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PICCOLPASSI (Cipriano). I tre libri dell' Arte del Vasajo nei quali si tratta non solo la pratica, ma brevemente tutti i secreti di essa cosa, che persino al di d'oggi è stata sempre tenuta ascosta; col Supplemento. 4° Roma, 1857.

PICTET (Adolphe). Les Origines Indo-Européennes, ou les Aryas Primitifs, Essai de Paléontologie Linguistique. vols. 8° Paris, 1859. +PIGAFETTA (Antonio). Primo Viaggio intorno al Globo Terracqueo, ossia ragguaglio della Navigazione alle Indie Orientali per la via d'Occidente fatta da lui negli anni 1519-1522. Corredato da Carlo Amoretti. 4° Milano, 1800.

POEMS. Political Poems and Songs relating to English History, composed during the period from the accession of Edward III. to that of Richard III.; edited by Thomas Wright. — vols. 8° London, 1859.

Political Economy. Miscellaneous Tracts.-see Overstone, Tracts, vol. 4. +PORTEUS (Beilby), Bishop of London. Lectures on the Gospel of Saint Matthew, delivered in the Parish Church of St. James, Westminster, 1798-1801. 2 vols. 8° London, 1813.

Sanscrit Vocabulary, English and Sanscrit. 8°

†PRINSEP (E. A.). London, 1847.

Proverbs. Polyglot of Foreign Proverbs, comprising French, Italian, German, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, and Danish, with English translations by H. G. Bohn. 12° London, 1857.

+PUSEY (E. B.). [Sermons, and Letter to Dr. Jelf in the Articles treated on in Tracts for the Times, No. 90.] 8° London, 1840-41.

RAFFAELLE d'Urbino. Raphael d'Urbin, et son père Giovanni Santi, par J. D. Passavant; Edition Française, refaite et considérablement augmentée par l'auteur, et annotée par Paul Lacroix. 2 vols. 8° Paris, 1860.

RAINE (James).-see Hodgson (John).

+RAM COMUL SEN.-Dictionary in English and Bengalee, translated from Todd's edition of Johnson's English Dictionary. 2 vols. Serampore, 1834.

+RAMSAY (A. C.).

The Old Glaciers of Switzerland and North Wales. 12° London, 1860. RANKE (Leopold). Englische Geschichte, vornehmlich im sechszehnten und siebzehnten Jahrhundert. vols. 8° Berlin, 1859. RAWLINSON (George). Historical Evidences of the truth of the Scripture Records stated anew, with especial reference to the doubts and discoveries of modern times. (Bampton Lecture, 1859). 8° London, 1859.

+RELIGION. History of Religion, particularly of the Principal Denominations of Christians, by an Impartial Hand. Vols. 1, 2, 3. 8° London, 1764.

RENAN (Ernest). Essais de Morale et de Critique. 8° Paris, 1859. REVILLIOD (Gustave).-see Fromment (Gustave).

ROBERTS (George). The Social History of the people of the Southern Counties of England in past centuries, illustrated in regard to their Habits, Civil Progress, &c. 8° London, 1856.

+ROBERTSON (E. P.). Dictionary, English and Gujarāti.


12° Bombay,

+ROBINSON (T. R.). Places of 5,345 Stars, observed from 1828 to 1854, at the Armagh Observatory. 8° Dublin, 1859.

+ROEBUCK (Thomas).

Boorhani Quatiu: a Dictionary of the Persian Language, explained in Persian. 4° London, 1818. ROGERS (Henry Darwin). The Geology of Pennsylvania: a Government Survey, with a general view of the Geology of the United States, Essays on the Coal Formation and its Fossils, and a description of the Coal Fields of North America and Great Britain. 3 vols. 4° and Atlas of Plates. Edinburgh, 1858.

+ROLLESTON (Christopher). Statistical Register of New South Wales, from 1849 to 1858, compiled from official returns in the RegistrarGeneral's Office. fol. Sydney, 1859.

ROME. Instituto de Correspondenza Archeologica.-see Transactions (Italy).

ROSE (George). Diaries and Correspondence; containing original Letters of the most distinguished Statesmen of his day; edited by the Rev. Leveson Vernon Harcourt. 2 vols. 8° London, 1860. ROSSE (J. Willoughby). Index of Dates, comprehending the principal facts in the Chronology and History of the World, from the earliest to the present time; being a complete index to Blair's Chronological Tables. 12° London, 1859. ROTA (Giambattista).—see Colonna.

ROTHES (John Earl of).

A Relation of Proceedings concerning the Affairs of the Kirk of Scotland, from August, 1637, to July, 1638. (Bannatyne Club). 4° Edinburgh, 1830.

+[ROTHSCHILD (Baroness Lionel de).] Addresses to Young Children, originally delivered in the Girls' Free School, Bell-lane. 12° London, 1859.

[†SCARTH (John).] Twelve Years in China; the People, the Rebels, and the Mandarins. 12° London, 1860.

SCHIRMER (H. E.).—see Munch.

SCHLEIDEN (J. M.). Principles of Scientific Botany; or Botany as an

Inductive Science; translated by Edwin Lankester. 8° London, 1849. SCONE. Liber Ecclesie de Scon. Munumenta Vetustiora Monasterii Sancte Trinitatis et Sancti Michaelis de Scon. (Bannatyne Club). 4° Edinburgi, 1843.

+SCORESBY (W.) Journal of a Voyage to Australia and round the World for Magnetical Research, edited by Archibald Smith. London, 1859.

SCOTLAND. Collection of Ancient Scottish Prophecies, in alliterative verse, reprinted from Waldegrave's edition, 1603. (Bannatyne Club). 4° Edinburgh, 1833.

Acts and Proceedings of the General Assemblies of the Kirk of Scotland from the year 1560, collected from the most authentic MSS. (Bannatyne Club). 3 vols. 4° Edinburgh, 1839-45.

Vol. 1. 1560-1577.

2. 1578-1592.
3. 1593-1618.

SCOTLAND. Documentary History. See Abbotsford, Bannatyne, Maitland,

and Spalding Club Lists.

SCOTT (Sir Walter).-see Sinclair.
SEBER (W.).-see Homerus.

+SHADWELL (Charles F. A.). Lunar Observations. 8° SHADWELL (Lancelot).—see Bible. +SHAFTESBURY (Anthony first Earl of). Memoirs, Letters, and Speeches, of Anthony Ashley Cooper, Lord Chancellor, with other papers illustrating his Life; edited by William Dougal Christie. 8° London, 1859.

Tables for facilitating the reduction of
London, 1860.

+SHAKESPEAR (John). Grammar of the Hindustani Language; to which is added a short Grammar of the Dakhani. 4° London, 1843. SHAKESPEARE (William). Hamlet, 1603, and Hamlet, 1604; being exact reprints of the first and second editions from the originals in the possession of his Grace the Duke of Devonshire, with a bibliographical preface by Samuel Timmins. 8° London, 1860.

+ A Critical Examination of the Text of Shakespeare, with remarks on his Language and that of his contemporaries, together with notes on his Plays and Poems, by William Sidney Walker, [edited by W. N. Lettsom]. 3 vols. 12° London, 1860.


Shakespeare's Versification and its apparent irregularities explained by examples from early and late English Writers, by William Sidney Walker, [edited by W. N. Lettsom]. 12° London, 1854.

see Collier..

SIEBOLD (Carl T. von).-see JOURNALS (Zeitschrift).

+SINCLAIR (John, Master of). Memoirs of the insurrection in Scotland in 1715, with notes by Sir Walter Scott. 4° Edinburgh, 1858. SMITH (Archibald).—see Scoresby.

SMITH (Charles Roach). Illustrations of Roman London. 4° London, 1859.

+SMITH (Thomas). Recollections of the British Institution for promoting the Fine Arts in the United Kingdom, and biographical notices of the Artists who have received premiums, 1805-1859. 8° London, 1860.

+SMITH (Toulmin). The Parish; its Powers and Obligations at Law as regards the welfare of every neighbourhood, and in relation to the State, its Officers, and Committees, and the responsibility of every Parishioner. 12° London, 1857.

+SMITH (William). Dictionary of the Bible; comprising its Antiquities, Biography, Geography, aud Natural History. - vols. 8° London,


+SMYTH (W. H.). The Cycle of Celestial Objects continued at the Hartwell Observatory to 1859; with a notice of recent discoveries including details from the Edes Hartwellianæ. 4° London, 1860 +SOLIS (Antonio de). History of the Conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards, translated by Thomas Townsend. fol. London, 1724.

SOPHOCLES (E. A.). History of the Greek Alphabet and pronunciation. 12° Cambridge, 1854.


Aberdeen. Extracts from the Council Register.
Fasti Aberdonenses.

of the Thanes

Gordon (Patrick). Diary, 1635-1699.

SPENCER (Herbert). Social Statics; or, the conditions essential to Human Happiness specified, and the first of them developed. 8° London, 1857.

+STACK (George). A Dictionary, Sindhi and English. 8° Bombay, 1855.

+STACKHOUSE (Thomas). A New History of the Bible from the beginning of the World to the establishment of Christianity. 2 vols. fol. London, 1742.

STATE PAPERS (Calendar of). Domestic Series, 1628-1629, Reign of Charles I.; edited by John Bruce. 8° London, 1859.

Ireland during the Reigns of Henry VIII., Edward VI., Mary, and Elizabeth, 1509-1573, edited by Hans Claude Hamilton, F.S.A. 8° London, 1860.

STEIN (Friedrich). Der Organismus der Infusionsthiere nach eigenen Forschungen in systematischer Reihenfolge bearbeitet. vols. fol.

Leipzig, 1859.

+STRANGE (Sir Thomas). Hindu Law; principally with reference to such portions of it as concern the administration of Justice in the King's Courts in India. 2 vols. 8° London, 1830.

Strauss (D. F.).—see Hutten (Ulrich von).

STRICKLAND (Agnes). Lives of the Queens of Scotland, and English Princesses connected with the regal succession of Great Britain. 8 vols. 8° Edinburgh, 1859.

SYMONDS (Richard). Diary of the Marches of the Royal Army during the Great Civil War, now first published from the original MS. in the British Museum; edited by Charles Edward Long, M.A. (Camden Society, vol. 74). 4° London, 1859.

+TAYLOR (George L.). The Stones of Etruria and Marbles of Ancient Rome; or, remarks on ancient Roman and Etruscan Architecture and Remains, the result of recent studies on the spot. 4° London, 1859.

TAYLOR (Isaac). History of the Transmission of Ancient Books to modern times, together with the process of historical proof. 12° London, 1859.

see Josephus (Flavins).

TCHIHATCHEFF (Pierre de). Voyage Scientifique dans l'Altaï Oriental et les parties adjacentes de la frontière de Chine, fait par ordre de S.M. l'Empereur de Russie. Paris, 1845.

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TEMMINCK (C. J.).—see Transactions.

TENNENT (Sir James Emerson). Ceylon; an Account of the Island, physical, historical, and topographical; with notices of its Natural History, Antiquities, and productions. 2 vols. 8° London, 1860.

TEULET (A.)-see Mary, Queen of Scots.
+THOMSON (William). An Outline of the
a Treatise on pure
and applied Logic.
THORNTON (Edward).

Gazetteer of the Countries adjacent to India on the North West, including Sinde, Afghanistan, Beloochistan, the Punjab, and the neighbouring States. 2 vols. 8° London, 1844. +THORNTON (Robert John). New Illustration of the Sexual System of Carolus von Linnæus. fol. London, 1807. TIMMINS (Samuel).—see Shakespeare (Hamlet). TOLSTOY (George).-see Gogol (Nicholas).

TOWNSEND (Thomas).—see Solis.

necessary Laws of Thought; 12° London, 1860.



+Mémoires de la Société d'Emulation d'Abbeville, 1834-1857. 7 vols. 8° Abbeville, 1835-1857.


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+Verhandelingen van het Bataviaasch Genootschap der Konsten en Wetenschappen. vols. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 18, 20, 21, 2 pts. 8° vols. 22, 23, 24, 25. 4°

+Bijdragen tot de Taal-Land-en Volkenkunde van Neerlandsch Indie. vols. 3 and 4. New series, vols. 1, 2, 3, part 1. 8° Amsterdam, 1855-60.


+Royal Society of Northern Antiquaries. Works presented, 1855-1857. 8° Copenhagen, 1860.


+Transactions of the Philosophical Institute of Victoria. 8° 1858. vols. 3-. Melbourne, 1859.


+Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings, 1855-1858, selected from the Records. 8° Boston, 1859.

+Massachusetts Society for promoting Agriculture. New series.
vols. ―.
8° Boston, 1858.

+TRAVERS (Benjamin). Further Observations in several parts of Surgery, with an original Memoir of the nature and treatment of some unusual forms of Eye Disease, by the late Benjamin Travers. 8° London, 1860.

TRENCH (Richard Chenevix). Exposition of the Sermon on the Mount, drawn from the writings of St. Augustine; with Observations and an introductory Essay on his merits as an interpreter of Holy Scripture. 12° London, 1851.

A Select Glossary of English Words, used formerly in senses different from their present. 12° London, 1859.

On some deficiencies in our English Dictionaries. 8° London,

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