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Three Bookes of Occult Phi· losophy, translated by J. F. Lond. 1651. 4to. ·with portrait. FonthiU, 407, 10•. Sotheby's in April, 1822, 1L4a. 6d. Inglu, No. Oil, (4 books, 1651 -65) 13s. - Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy, translated by Robert Tur­ ner. London, 1665. 4to. 5s. Another Thi& book is spurious. sion appeared in 1783. Svo. 4s. \'er- Antrim, by the Rev. Jobn Dubourdieu, - Treatise of Nobility, and Dublin, 1812 Svo. 2 vols. Armagh, by Sir Cht\rlca Coote, B11rt. the Excellency of Woman-kind.

8vo. Edlnb. 1798. 1802 Roxburghsbire, by Liie Rev. D. Ure, 4to. 1794 Stirlingsbire, by R. Belsrbc1, •1to. by Graham, 8\'o. Sutherland, by J. Henderson, Svo. irk, by Thomas Jobn1ton, 4to. I 794 Twttddale, by Thomu Johnston, 4to. 1794 Orkney Islands, by Jobu Shirrefl', Svo. Edinb. (nford), Gent. Lond. by Henry \Vykes, 1569. 4to. 9s. Blaelt Letter. Reprinted 157:!. An ex· rellent artkle on this work will be found in the Retrosptt1ive Review, vol. , 181206. Ao RIPfA , H enry Cornelius. The Vanity of Arts and Sciences.

Et Lat. , ex Recensione A. Alsop. Oxonii, 1698. 8vo. 4s. to 5s. \Varton says this is a valuable and es­ teemed edition, not sufficiently kno'""· In the preface Alsop took the eide of Boyle against Bentley. R. _i. mor. l6s. Dr�ry, 39, mor. 19s. Williams, 22, n1orocco, 11. 91. , pt. i. 19. mor. by Roger Payne, tl. 1 3s. Stan· ley, 437. mor. by Roger Payne, 21. 18s. :... Fabularun1 lEsopicarum Collectio quotquot Grrece reperi­ untur. Accedit interpretatio Latina. Oxon. 1718. 8vo. - Novm Editionis Tragrediarum The text of this edition, edited by J obn lEscbyli Specimen, curar1te Anto­ Hudson, under tl1e name of Marianus is said to be incorrect, hut Ute uotcs ore •alua­ nio Askew.

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