“Number Two, for 1850,
of John Miller’s Catalogue of Books,
old and new, on sale at 43. Chandos Street, Trafalgar Square.”
“Catalogue of curious
and rare Books, recently purchased, now
on sale by George Bumstead, 205. High Holborn.”
“Catalogue (No. 5.) of Books, Theological and Miscellaneous, and Catalogue (No. 6.) of Books, consisting chiefly of Foreign Literature and Theology, on sale by Andrew Clark, No. 4. City Road.”
“Cheap List of useful and curious Books relating to Ecclesiastical History, Councils, Ceremonies, the Puritans, &c., on sale by S. and I. Palmer, 24. Red Lion Street, Holborn.”
“A List of Books, chiefly
curious ones, now selling by Thomas
Kerslake, Bookseller, at No. 3. Park Street, Bristol.”
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BOOKS AND ODD VOLUMES
WANTED TO PURCHASE.
(IN CONTINUATION OF LISTS IN FORMER NOS.)
HIERONYMUS MAGIUS DE TINTINABILIS. 12mo. 1608 and 1664.
A. STOCKFLEET DE CAMPANARUM USU.
REIMANU’S DISSERTATIO DE CAMPANIS.
NICOL. EGGER’S DISSERTATIO DE ORIGINE ET
NOMINE CAMPANARUM. EJUSDEM
DISSERTATIO DE CAMPANARUM MATERIA ET FORMA.
PACICHELLI DE TINTINABULO NOTANO LUCUBRATIO.
WALLERI DISSERTATIO DE CAMPANIS ET PRAECIPUIS EARUM USIBUS.
HILCHER DE CAMPANIS TEMPLORUM.
ARNOLDUS DE CAMPANARUM USU. 12mo. 1665.
ROCCHA DE CAMPANIS COMMENTARIUS. 1612.
THIERS, TRAITE DES CLOCHES.
MITZLER DE CAMPANIS. ESCHENWECKER DE EO QUOD
IUSTUM EST CIRCA
PINGRE’S ACCOUNT OF HIS VOYAGE TO RODRIGUEZ, published (?) at Paris about 1762.
DUDLEY RYDER’s REPORT ON THE PETITION OF BERKELEY SEYMOUR, ESQ., CLAIMING THE BARONY OF SEYMOUR AND DUKEDOM OF SOMERSET. Published 1750, pp. 15. folio.
PRIVATE ACT, 12 WM 3., FOR THE SALE OF THE ESTATES
OF ARTHUR LACY,
ESQ., CO. SOMERSET.
BELL ON THE HAND. Bridgewater Treatises.
MADRAS JOURNAL OF LITERATURE AND SCIENCE. Vols
I. to IX. CATALOGUE OF
HARLEIAN MSS., Vol. IV. WOODS’S ATHENAE OXONIENSES (ed. Bliss.), Vol.
*** Letters, stating particulars and lowest price. carriage free, to be sent to MR. BELL, Publisher of “NOTES AND QUERIES,” 186. Fleet Street.
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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.
Among the many papers which we are unavoidably obliged to postpone are an original and inedited Letter by Horace Walpole, Mr. Singer’s Reply to C.W.G. on AElfric’s Colloquies, an interesting communication from Mr. Coles respecting Arabella Stuart, a paper by Mr. Rye on the Queen of Robert Bruce, and T.S.D.’s able article on Arabic Numerals.