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61 PIKE, S. and S. HAYWARD Religious Cases of Conscience : Answered in an Evangelical Manner, at the Casuistical Lecture, in Little St. Helen's, Bishopsgate-Street. To which is now added, The Spiritual Companion, or the Professing Christian, tried at the Bar of God's Word:
David Niven, Glasgow, 1794, 
PIKE, S. and S. HAYWARD. Religious Cases of Conscience Answered in an Evangelical Manner, at the Casuistical Lecture, in Little St. Helen's, Bishopsgate-Street. To which is now added, The Spiritual Companion, or the Professing Christian, tried at the Bar of God's Word: being some pious thoughts offered in answer to several practical questions, first published in the Spiritual magazine. And some free thoughts on the character of the happy man. Glasgow : Printed by David Niven; for J. & A. Duncan, J. & M. Robertson, and J. & W. Shaw, M,DCC,XCIV. [1794]. Pp [1]-504. 8vo, full calf. Heavy wear to covers, lacking front free endpaper, much penned marks to endpapers and title page, browning to pages. As is. 50.00

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Spectacle de la Nature: or, Nature Display'd Being Discourses On such Particulars of Natural History As were thought most proper To Excite the Curiosity, and Form the Minds of Youth, PLUCHE, Noel Antoine] HUMPHRIES, Samuel, trans.
62 PLUCHE, Noel Antoine] HUMPHRIES, Samuel, trans. Spectacle de la Nature: or, Nature Display'd Being Discourses On such Particulars of Natural History As were thought most proper To Excite the Curiosity, and Form the Minds of Youth
J. Pemberton, R. Francklin, and C. Davis, London, 1735, 1735 
[PLUCHE, Noel Antoine]. Spectacle de la Nature: or, Nature Display'd. Being Discourses On such Particulars of Natural History As were thought most proper To Excite the Curiosity, and Form the Minds of Youth. Illustrated with Copper Plates. Translated from the Original French [by Samuel Humphries]. The Second Edition, Corrected. London : Printed for J. Pemberton, R. Francklin, and C. Davis, 1735. 8vo, pp. [1 leaf] (engraved frontispiece) + [i] - xvi, 1 - 192; 1 - 207, [13] (index), [4] (ads) + 21 plates (some folding) and all by Andrew Motte. Rebound in half black morocco with marbled boards.

Noël-Antoine Pluche (b. November 13, 1688, Rheims – d. November19, 1761. La Varenne-Saint-Maur), French priest and educator, most noted for this publication.

Some spotting (mostly marginal) throughout the text, p. 59 of first part has publisher's(?) marginal addition of five words; p. 111 of first part has inked publisher's correction to (an effacement of) two or three words of text, considerable soiling of t.p., p. 28 and plate facing p. 28, soiling and rubbing to p. 1 of first part, bottom margin of leaves of index and ads wormed over a small area.

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Caii Sallustii Crispi Quć Extant, SALLUSTII, Caii
63 SALLUSTII, Caii Caii Sallustii Crispi Quć Extant
Rivington, London, 1793, 
SALLUSTII, Caii. Caii Sallustii Crispi Quć Extant. Londini : Impensis F. & C. Rivington, & T. Longman, MDCCXCIII. [1793]. Pp (14),[1]-177,(1),(8,Index). 12mo, full calf, four raised bands to spine, no lettering. Gaius Sallustrus Crispus (86-34 BC) was a roman historian and contemporary of Caesar. Contents : Bellum Catilinarium; Bellum Jugurthinium; Fragmenta; Orationes dućad C. Cćarem; In M. Tullium Ciceronem Declamatio; In Sallustium Declamatio . Top of spine chipped, hinges cracked, wear and some stains to boards, contemporary owner's names and dates, light foxing, a few pencilled notes, else very good. 100.00

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64 SMOLLETT, T. Complete History of England, deduced from The Descent of Julius Caesar, to the Treaty of Aix la Chapelle, 1748. Containing the Transactions of One Thousand Eight Hundred and Three Years. Volume the First.
Printed for James Rivngton and James Fletcher, London, 1757, 
SMOLLETT, T. A Complete History of England, deduced from The Descent of Julius Caesar, to the Treaty of Aix la Chapelle, 1748. Containing the Transactions of One Thousand Eight Hundred and Three Years. Volume the First. London : Printed for James Rivngton and James Fletcher, at the Oxford-Theatre, in Pater-noster Row, MDCCLVII [1757]. Pp (8),[1]-677,(1),(1,erratum),(1), engraved frontispiece. 4to, full brown calf, gilt lettering to ribbed spine. Front board and frontispiece detached, covers very worn, rear outer hinge cracked, light to moderate foxing, else internally very good. Volume I only.As is. 100.00

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65 TAPPAN, David character and best exercises of unregenerate sinners set in a scriptural light in a Discourse delivered by David Tappan, A.M., Pastor of the Third Church in Newbury. incomplete
Newbury-port:, 1782, 
TAPPAN, David. The character and best exercises of unregenerate sinners setin a scriptural light in a Discourse delivered by David Tappan, A.M., Past or of the Third Church in Newbury. Newbury-port: printed and sold by John Mycall, 1782. Published at the desire of many who heard it. Pp. (2), [3]-54,incomplete. 8vo, self-wraps. A discourse expressing the author's beliefs i n the importance of his faith, while still insisting "[...] he is far from charging all who think or express themselves differently from him on this subject..." Last ten leaves detached, edges rough, foxed, inscription inked to front, a few small notes in the margins, small pencilled notation to front, and, unfortunately, incomplete. 100.00

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66 VANBRUGH, John CIBBER, Colley CONGREVE, William Provok'd Husband / The Provok'd Wife / The Careless Husband; / Love for Love written by Sir John Vanvrugh and Mr. Cibber. Marked with the Variations in the Manager's Book, at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.
T. Lowndes / John Bell, London , 1776, 
VANBRUGH, John and Mr. CIBBER. The Provok'd Husband; or, A Journey to London. A Comedy, written by Sir John Vanvrugh and Mr. Cibber. Marked with the Variations in the Manager's Book, at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. London : Printed for T. Lowndes, No. 77 in Fleet-Street, M.DCC.LXXVI. [1776]. Pp [1]-105,(3,ads), frontis. - bound with - VANBRUGH, John. The Provok'd Wife. A Comedy, by Sir John Vanbrugh. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Regulated from the Prompt-Book, By Permission of the Managers, ByMr. Hopkins, Proprietor. Bell's Edition. London : Printed for John Bell, n ear Exeter-Exchange, in the Strand, and C. Etherington, at York, MDCCLXXVI [1776]. Pp [1]-83,(1). - bound with - CIBBER, Colley. The Careless Husband;A Comedy, As written by Colley Cibber, Esq; Distinguishing also the Variat ions of the Theatre, as performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, Regulated from the Prompt-Book, By Permission of the Managers, By Mr. Hopkins, Proprietor. Bell's Edition. London : Printed for John Bell, near Exeter-Exchange, in the Strand, and C. Etherington, at York, MDCCLXXVII [1777]. Pp [1]-83,(1). - bound with - CONGREVE, Mr. Love for Love, A Comedy, Written by Mr. Congreve. Distinguishing also the Variations of the Theatre, as performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, Regulated from the Prompt-Book, By Permission of the Managers, By Mr. Hopkins, Proprietor. Bell's Edition. London : Printed for John Bell, near Exeter-Exchange, in the Strand, and C. Etherington, at York, MDCCLXXVI [1776]. Pp [1]-96, frontis. 8vo, full brown calf, gilt to red and black morocco labels to spine. Front cover detached, theentire covers amateurishly overlaid with glued on blue wallpaper (?) with handwritten label to spine, some foxing, a poor, reading copy only. 90.00

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67 VERTOT, Abbot de, [Rene Aubert]. OZELL, John. History of the Revolutions That happened in the Government of the Roman Republic. Fourth Edition, in two volumes.
J. and J. Knapton, D. Midwinter and A. Ward, J. Pemberton, W. Innys, J. Osborn and T. Longman, London, 1732, 
VERTOT, Abbot de, [Rene Aubert]. The History of the Revolutions That happened in the Government of the Roman Republic. Written in French by the Abbot de Vertot, of the Royal Academy of Inscriptions, &c. THE FOURTH EDITION. English'd by Mr. [John] Ozell from the Original newly reprinted in Paris, with Amendments and Additions by the Author himself, in almost every Page: Besides not a few essential Alterations and Corrections in This Fourth Editionmore than in any of the preceeding ones, either French or Dutch. To which is prefixed, A Translation of a Memorial sent from London by the late Earl Stanhope to the Abbot de Vertot at Paris; containing divers Questions relating to the Constitution of the Roman Senate. With the Abbot's Answer. London : J. and J. Knapton, D. Midwinter and A. Ward, J. Pemberton, W. Innys, J.Osborn and T. Longman, R. Robinson, E. Symon., MDCCXXXII. FOURTH EDITION. IN TWO VOLUMES. I: Pp. (20),[i]-xxii,[1]-425,(3) of ads,(2), frontispiece, + 1 folding map; II: Pp. (6),[1]-408,(2), frontispiece. 8vo, full panelled calf, five raised bands to spines, gilt lettered maroon leather title blockto spine of volume one (similar label missing from second volume), all edg es red specked. Rene-Aubert de Vertot, b. November 25, 1655, Normandy; d. June 15, 1735, Paris. Spine label of second volume missing, some nicking to spine label of volume one, light cracking to outer hinges (though binding is still quite sturdy, previous owner's armorial bookplate inside front boards, a few instances of sparse foxing, else a very good, clean, tidy set. 500.00

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Roman Father : A Tragedy Marked with the Variations in the Manager's Book, at the Theatre-Royal, in DruryLane, WHITEHEAD, W.
68 WHITEHEAD, W. Roman Father : A Tragedy Marked with the Variations in the Manager's Book, at the Theatre-Royal, in DruryLane
London, 1777, 
WHITEHEAD, W. The Roman Father : A Tragedy. Marked with the Variations in the Manager's Book, at the Theatre-Royal, in DruryLane. London : Printed forR.Dodsley; T.Lowndes; T.Caslon; W.Nicoll; and S.Bladen, 1777. Pp (4),[5]-5 8,(2) adv. 12mo, modern plain wraps. NICOL, III:315, NCBEL 860, not in Stratman. This play was first performed in 1749 and is based on Corneille's Horace. It remained a successful repertory play for many years. Mr.Whitehead (1715-1785) was made Poet Laureate in 1757. Lacking frontispiece, else vg. 60.00

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Athenian Letters or, the Epistolary Correspondence of an Agent of the King of Persia, residing at Athens during the Peloponnesian War. . A New Edition, to which is prefixed a Geographical Index. In Two Volumes. Illustrated with Engravings, and a Map, YORKE, Philip, Earl of Hardwicke)
69 YORKE, Philip, Earl of Hardwicke) Athenian Letters or, the Epistolary Correspondence of an Agent of the King of Persia, residing at Athens during the Peloponnesian War. . A New Edition, to which is prefixed a Geographical Index. In Two Volumes. Illustrated with Engravings, and a Map
Cadell and Davies, London, 1798, 
(YORKE, Philip, Earl of Hardwicke). Athenian Letters: or, the Epistolary Correspondence of an Agent of the King of Persia, residing at Athens during the Peloponnesian War. A New Edition, to which is prefixed a Geographical Index. In Two Volumes. Illustrated with Engravings, and a Map of Ancient Greece. London : Printed for T. Cadell Jun. and W. Davies in the Strand, 1798. 4to, Pp (4), [i] - lxii, (2), [1] - 436, (4), + engraved frontispiece (portrait of Philip Earl of Hardwicke), large folding cloth-backed map of Greece, and 7 engraved plates. Vol 2: Pp (4), [i] - xv, (1), [1] - 466, (4), + 5 engraved plates. Bound in exquisite full tree calf with gilt décor and lettering on spine, gilt dentelles and edges to boards, and black and wine coloured morocco labels on spine. "The Authors of these Letters were a Society of Friends, who were contemporaries at the University of Cambridge, about the years 1739 and 1740; all their names (except that of the Writer of this Preface) were an ornament to the place. The world was unfortunately deprived of the talents, virtues, and services of one of them, when they were mostwanted, both by his own Profession and by the Public: not above two or thr ee of the set are now living ; they lament the loss of their colleagues, and cultivate the remembrance of their former friendly connection. The learned, into whose hands these Letters may fall, will best judge how correctly the manners of antiquity are kept up, and how truly the history of those times is represented in them." Binding of volume I repaired, light wear to edges, lacking the engraved frontispiece for Vol.II (portrait of Charles Yorke), some foxing to plates and map, slight scattered foxing elsewhere, marginal tear to leaf 413/414 of Vol. 1. An attractive set. 1,350.00

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