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1102 LARRAMENDI, Arte de la Lengua Bascongada, 18mo. vel. 6s Salamanca, 1729 1103 - Arte de la Lengua Bascongada, 8vo. sd. 3s 6d San Sebastian, 1853 1104

- Grammaire de la Langue Basque, d'après celle du P. Manuel de Lar. ramendi, intitulée “El Impossible vencido,” par Blanc, 2s 6d Lyon, 1854

Still the only Grammar of the Basque Language as spoken in “ Spain." 1105 –

- DICCIONARIO Trilingue Castellano, BASCUENCE y Latin, NUEVA EDICION publicado por D. Pio de Zuazua, folio, hf. mor. uncut, £2. San Sebastian, 1854

The only Basque Dictionary ;-of great importance to the Linguist. Prefixed to the Dictionary is “ De las Perfecciones de el Bascuence.” 229 pp. The Gem in every Philological Library, being of the very utmost importance. Larramendi spent all his life in the composition of this grand work ; no other Basque Dictionary has been printed since ; the original sold formerly for upwards of £20.; 1843, Salva, 200 fr.

“ Cet ouvrage est un des plus importants pour les personnes qui se livrent à l'etude du basque, et nous dirons en toute assurance que c'est le plus difficile à rencontrer de tous ceux qui sortirent des presses espagnoles pendant le siècle dernier.”-Saiva. 1106 LÉCLUSE, Manuel de la langue Basque: Grammaire et Vocabulaires, 8vo. sd. rare, 10s

Toulouse, 1826 This is the only Grammar published of the Basque Dialect, as spoken in S. France, which differs from the Basque Language as spoken in Spain. 1107 LIZARRAGAC (Don Joaquin) Urteco igande guztietaraco platicac Edo Itzaldiac, 8vo. Basque Sermons, sewed, 7s 6d

Donostian, 1846 1108 MICHEL (Franc.) le Pays Basque, sa population, sa Langue, ses Moeurs, sa Littérature et sa Classique, 8vo. 548 pp. sd. 6s

1857 The most comprehensive volume ever published on the Basque Provinces ; its literary merit must not be measured by the low price affixed. Monsieur Francisque Michel, M. Inst. of France, had collected his materials for many years, and his book may be called a Basque Enryclopædia. 1109 OIHENART (A.) Proverbes Basques, suivis des Poésies Basques du même Auteur, Basque et français, 8vo, sd. rare, 16s

Bordeaux, 1847 Of the first edition of this curious collection of Basque Proverbs only one complete copy exists in the “ Bibliotheque Nationale ;' this, the second edition, is already out of print. 1110 SALABERRY, Vocabulaire de mots Basques et Bas-Navarrais, 12mo. 4s Bay. 1857 1111 SORREGUIETA, Semana Hispano-Bascongada, la unica de la Europa, y la mas

antigua del orbe, con dos Suplementos de otros Ciclos, y Etimologias Bascongadas.-Monumentos del Bascuence, ó Prosecucion de los precedentes del Astea, Eguná, Illá Urtea, y Demas, 2 vols. in 1, sm. 4to. half russia, very scarce, £2.

Pamplona, 1804 Collation: Semana Hispano-Bascongada, 150 pp.; Supplemento lo., Disertacion sobre el Urta, e Illa, Año, y Mes Bascongados, pp. 151-182 ; Supplemento, 20., Miscelanea de Etimologias Bascongadas, pp. 183-208 ; 2 folding tables ; Monumentos, 2a. parte, 134 pp.; a folding table • Analisis.'

Priced by Salva, 1829, the 2 supplements and · Monumentos,' £2. ; 1843, apparently without the · Monumentos,' 20 fr. He says of it : “ This work is one of the scarcest and most curious relating to the Biscayan language and antiquities." 1112 YZTUETA (D. J. Y. de) Guipuzcoaco provinciaren Condaira edo historia, 8vo. an

interesting History of the Basque Provinces, with 2 Vocabularies, one of Names and Places, the other of Words, sewed, 18s.

Donostian, 1847 The List of the Great Basque Families renders this volume curious to the Genealogist.

CELTIC LITERATURE. 1113 BULLET, Memoires sur la Langue Celtique, avec un Dictionnaire Celtique ren

fermant tous les termes de cette langue, 3 vols. folio, £4. 4s Besancon, 1754 1114 CELTIC HEXAPLA : being the Song of Solomon in all the living Dialects of

the Gaelic and Cambrian Languages, 4to. title, contents, and 64 pp. printed on stout paper, uncut, 258

London, 1858 1115 - the same, 4to. half morocco, uncut, 32s 6d

1858 Only 250 copies were printed at the private expense of his Imperial Highness Prince Louis Lucien Bonaparte. This volume is of very great importance to all Philoloyists, as giving in one view a Polyglott of all the existing Celtic Dialects; the Breton and Vannetais were done by a Breton gentleman, who speaks the two dialects fainiliarly. The volume is composed as follows:

ENGLISH. ..Authorized version.
IRISH . . . . . Bishop Bedell, Dublin, 1830, 24mo.
GAELIC . . . . London, 1819, 8vo.
MANX . .London, 1819, 8vo.

FRENCH .... OSTERVALD, Paris, 1841, fol.
WELSH .... Oxford, 1852, fol.
BRETON . . . . M. Ch. TERRIEN, I V.

!} Versions executed expressly for this Hesapla. 1116 DAVIES' Celtic Researches, on the Origin, Traditions, and Languages of the

Ancient Britons; with Introductory Sketches on Primitive Society, royal 8vo. calf, 128 60

1804 1117

- Mythology and Rites of the British Druids, ascertained by national documents, with an appendix of ancient poems and extracts, and remarks on Ancient British coins, royal 8vo. hf. russia, 145

1809 1118

the above ‘Researches' and 'Mythology' together, 2 vols. royal 8vo. hf. bd. uncut, fine copies, 258

1804-9 “ Davies, of Olveston, whose Celtic Researches and Mythology of the Druids are full of that carious information which is preserved nowhere but in the Welsh Remaitis."

SoutheY, Qu. Rev. v. 59, p. 284 1119 JONES' (Rowland) Origin of Languages and Nations, hieroglyfically, etymolo

gically, and topografically defined, by an English, Celtic, Greek and Latin

English Lexicon, with a Celtic general Grammar, etc. 8vo. calf, 108 1764 1120 LA TOUR-D'AUVERGNE-CORRET, Origines Gauloises, ou Recherches sur la Langue,

l'Origine et les Antiquités des Celto-Bretons de l'Armorique, avec Glossaire polyglotte comparatif, 8vo. hf. calf, 38 6d

Hambourg, 1801 1121 LAUÝD'S (E.) Archæologia Britannica, giving some Account, additional to what

has hitherto been published, of the Languages, Histories, and Customs of the original Inhabitants of Great Britain ; from Collections and Observations in Travels through Wales, Cornwall, Bas-Bretagne, Ireland and Scotland. Vol. I.

containing Glossography, fol. fine tall copy in calf, scarce, £2. 2s Oxford, 1707

No more was ever published. It contains : 1. Comparative Etymology-11. Comparative Vocabulary of the Original Languages of Britain and Ireland-III. and IV. An Amoric Grammar and Vocabulary by Julian Manoir, Englished by M. Williams-y. Welsh Words omitted in Dr. Davies's Dictionary-VI. Cornish Grammar-VII. Antiquâ Britanniæ Lingua Scriptorum, quæ non impressa sunt, Catalogus VIII. A British Etymologicon, or the Welsh collated with the Greek and Latin, and some other European languages by D. Parry-IX. A brief Introduction to the Irish or ancient Scottish language-X. Focloir; an Irish-English Dictionary - XI. Catalogue of Irish MSS. 1122 LOGAN'S Scottish Gael, or Celtic Manners as preserved among the Highlanders

of Scotland, 2 vols. 8vo. woodcuts and coloured plates of Tartans, Bonnets, etc. cloth, 20s

1831 A learned work, being an historical and descriptive account of the Inhabitants, Antiquities, and National Peculiarities of Scotland, more particularly of the Northern or Gaëlic parts of the country, where the singular habits of the aboriginal Celts are most tenaciously retained. 1124 PINKERTON (Jno.) on the Origin and Progress of the Scythians and Goths,

map, with MS. remarks by Archdeacon Coxe, 1787– Vindication of the Celts, with observations on Pinkerton, (by Archdeacon Coxe), 1803, in 1 vol. 8vo. hf.

bound, 3s 6d 1125 PRICHARD'S EASTERN ORIGIN of the CELTIC NATIONS, proved by a

comparison of their Dialects with the Sanscrit, Greek, Latin, and Teutonic Languages, forming a Supplement to Researches into the Physical History of Mankind, by James Cowles Prichard, M.D., F.R.S., edited with many additions, and brought down to the present state of philological learning by R. G. LATHAM, M.A., F.R.S., 8vo. 408 pp (pub. at 16s) cloth, new, 12s

1857 Prichard's Eastern Origin of the Celtic Nations appeared, a slender 8vo. in 1831, and has been long out of print, so that copies have sold at more than double the publishing price. Mr. Quaritch desirous of conferring a boon upon Celtic amd philological students, induced the learned Dr. Latham to edit Prichard's work, and to add all the results of recent philological researches. Dr. Latham has done this. Dr. Prichard's text has been reprinted verbatim, Dr. Latham's ample additions being printed in smaller type at the end of each chapter.

Even proprietors of the first edition will do well to purchase Dr. Latham's edition, as this will render the first obsolete.

The critical investigation of the modern Celtic Languages was originated by our countryman, Dr. Prichard, 25 years ago ; his treatise on the subject, WITH THE ADDITION OF A LARGE STORE OF ILLUSTRATIVE NOTES, has recently been republished under the COMPETENT editorship of DR. LATHAM.- EDINBURGH Review, July, 1858, p. 174.

18, Tavistock Street, Bedford Square, W.C. 2nd July, 1857. Dear SIR, I am obliged to you for a copy of Dr. Prichard's Eastern Origin of the Celtic Nations, edited and enriched with notes by Dr. Latham. This immortal work was long out of print, and you have conferred a benefit on Science, especially on Ethnology, by publishing a new edition of it. Mr. Quaritch, Publisher, Leicester Square.

I am, yours, truly, R. CULL. SIR,-I am much obliged to you for sending me Prichard's Eastern Origin of the Celtic Nations by Dr. Latham. This new edition of Prichard's Celtic Nations, seems (as far as I have had time to look into it) a very great improvement upon the old one, and contains twice the quantity of matter. Langadwaladr, Anglesey, July 1, 1857.

Yours obediently, J. H. WILLIAMS. “Dr. Prichard's greater work is too well known for it to be necessary for us to do more than introduce the present new edition to the reader. But this volume is not merely a reprint; it contains a large amount of original matter. For instance, nearly a hundred pages are devoted by Dr. Latham to the Celtic nations of antiquity; and anotber long supplementary chapter discusses several questions collateral to the main one. We have been struck with the fact, that a topic treated with great depth of learning is yet made of intense interest to general readers."-Clerical Journal. 1126 TOLAND'S (John) Miscellaneous Works, with Life by Des Maizeaux, 2 vols. 8vo. old calf, rare, 12s

1726 Contains a Specimen of the Critical History of the Celtic Religion and Learning, with an Account of the Druids.—Vocabularium Armorico-Hibernicum.-Specimen of the Armorican language.—Catalogus vocum quarundam Armoricarum quas Hibernicas esse deprehendi.-De Jordano Bruno.-An Account of Jordano Bruno's celebrated Book.-Books ascribed to the Apostles. The Primitive Constitution of the Christian Church, with Account of the principal Controversies, &c. 1127 ZEUSS, Grammatica Celtica, e Monumentis Vetustis tam Hibernicæ Linguæ

quam Britannicæ Dialecti Cambricæ, Cornicæ, Armoricæ, nec non e Gallicæ priscæ reliquiis, 2 vols. 8vo. 1167 pp. new, 24s

Lipsiae, 1854 The most learned Celtic Polyglott hitherto published. It is really astonishing what immense stores of Philological research are treasured up in these two volumes. 1128 Breton. LEPELLETIER, Dictionnaire de Langue Bretonne, où l'on voit

son antiquité et son affinité avec les anciennes langues ; et l'étymologie de plusieurs mots des autres langues, folio, calf gilt, £2. 12s 6d

Paris, 1752 " An excellent Dictionary of the old Breton Language ; Lepelletier was one of the most learned Scholars in Celtic matters that Brittany has produced.” - H. L. Jones. 1129 LEGONIDEC, Grammaire Celto-Bretonne, 8vo. xvi and 316 pp. half russia, 68

Paris, 1807 1130

Grammaire Celto-Bretonne, 1838; Essai sur la Philologie Slave et sur l'Influence politique et religieuse qui l'a dirigée par M. D. S****k, plate of

Slavic Alphabets, 1846, 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. hf. bound, 68 6d Paris, 1838-46 1131

- - Dictionnaire Celto-Breton, ou Breton Français, avec des observations preliminaires, et un tableau des Celticismes, 8vo. xxiii pp. and 460 pp. double columns, hf. russia, 12

Angoulème, 1821 1132

Dictionnaire Breton-Français et Français-Breton, avec la Grammaire Celto-Bretonne ; enrichi d'Additions et des mots Gallois et Gaëls correspondants au Breton, par Hersart de la Villemarqué, 3 vols. in 2, 4to. sd. uncut, 32s

Saint Brieuc, 1847-50 An excellent Dictionary, indispensable to every Celtic student, and offered at a moderate price. 1133 VILLEMARQUÉ (Hersart de la) Barzaz-Breiz, Chants Populaires de la Bretagne,

avec une traduction française, des Arguments, des Notes et les Mélodies originales, quatrième edition augmentée, 2 vols. 12mo. 970 pp. text, and 56 pp. music, fine copy in green morocco, gilt edges, 18s

Paris, 1846 1134 Cornish-English Vocabulary, a curious MS., 108 pp. treble columns, sm. 4to

hf. bd. from the library of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Hamilton Smith of Ply

mouth, can be inspected at my establishment. 1135 NORRIS. THE ANCIENT CORNISH DRAMA, edited and translated by Mr. Edwin Norris, R.A.S. 2 vols. 8vo. new, 21s

1859 She work consists of three old mystery or miracle plays, of which the original is given on the left hand page, and a translation on the right. The first is on the Creation, wherein Adam, amongst other animals, named the Conger. The second play is on the Passion of our Lord, and the third on the Resurrection. Following these are notes, a grammar of the language, also, printed separately, a vocabulary, a list of names of places mentioned, etc. 1136 Gaelic. ARMSTRONG'S Gaelic Dictionary: Gaelic-English and English. Gaelic, with a Grammar, 4to. (pub. at £3. 138 6d) bds. 20s

1825 1137 DICTIONARIUM SCOTO-CELTICUM, a Dictionary of the Gaelic Language, compiled

by the Highland Society, 2 vols. 4to. (pub. at £7. 78) cloth, £2. Edinb. 1828 1138 Ossian. The Poems of Ossian, Orrann, Ulin, and other Bards, collected (and translated) by H. and J. M‘Callum, 8vo. bds. 78 6d

Montrose, 1816

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1139 OSSIAN'S POEMs in the Original Gaelic, with a literal translation into Latin by

Macfarlane, a dissertation by Sir John Sinclair, a translation from the Italian of the Abbe Cesarotti's Controversy with Notes, &c. by J. M. Arthur, published under the sanction of the HIGHLAND SOCIETY of London, 3 vols. 8vo. plates, £2. 108

1807 1139*_-_- the same, LARGE PAPER, royal 8vo. £3. 38

1807 1140 MACKENZIE, Report of the Committee of the Highland Society of Scotland on

the Poems of OSSIAN; Appendix, with specimens of the Poems in Gaelic and English; Account of Gaelic MSS.; 8vo. 3 facsimiles, with a page in MS. on

the subject by Lt. Col. Chas. Hamilton Smith, half calf, 78 6d Edinb. 1805 1141 Irish. CATECHISM; or Christian Doctrine (Donlevy's) in English and Irish, the latter printed in the Irish character, 8vo. calf, 6s .


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1847-53 CONTENTS : LEABHAR NA G-Ceart, or, the Book of Rights; a Treatise on the Rights and Privileges of the Ancient Kings of Ireland, now for the first time edited, with Translation and Notes, by JOHN O'DONOVAN, LL.D., M.R.I.A. Prefixed to this volume are the following historical and critical dissertations by the Editor :--1. On the various Manuscripts of the Book of Rights. II. On the Saltair Chaisil, or Psalter of Cashel. III. On the will of Cathaeir Mor, and other pieces introduced into Leabhar na g-Ceart. IV. On the references to Tomar as King or Prince of the Danes of Dublin. V. On the Tract prefixed to the Book of Rights, entitled “The Restrictions and Prerogatives of the Kings of Eire. VI. On the Division of the Year among the ancient Irish. VII. On the Chariots and Roads of the ancient Irish. VIII. On Chess among the ancient Irish (with engravings). IX. On the Irish Text and Translation. The large paper copy contains full-length portraits of Archbishop Ussher, Luke Wadding, and Roderick O'Flaherty. Sells £1.

CAMBRENSIS EVERSUS, &c. 3 vols. sells £4.
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the County of Cork.
A Historical Poem on the Battle of Dun (Downpatrick), A.D. 1260.
Sir Richard Bingham's Account of his Proceedings in Connaught, in the reign of Elizabeth.
A Narrative of Sir Henry Docwra's Services in Ulster, written A.D. 1614; together with
other original Documents and Letters illustrative of Irish History. Edited by John

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Cath MUIGHE LENA : The Battle of Magh Lena; an ancient historic Tale, edited by EUGENE

CURRY, Esq., M.R.I.A., from original MSS. sells £1. 1143 GAELIC Society's Publications: Observations on the Gaelic Language ; O'Flana

gan's Advice to a Prince and Deirdri, Irish and English, etc. in 1 vol. 8vo. half bound, 58

Dublin, 1808 1144 DOCTRINA Christiana, in Irish : An Teagasg Chrissoaiche, 12mo. leaf, with wood

cuts of the Crucifixion and Assumption, half russia, rare, 78 6d Romae, 1707 1145 HARDIMAN's Irish Minstrelsy, or Bardic Remains of Ireland, in Irish, with Eng. lish poetical translations, 2 vols. 8vo. £2.

1831 1146 IRISH ARCHÆOLOGICAL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS, in 14 vols. 4to. cloth, £7. 10s.

1841-55 CONTENTS : Tracts relating to Ireland, 2 vols. ; Battle of Magh Rath ; Irish version of Nennii Historia Britonum ; Tribes and Customs of Hy-Fiachrach ; 'Clyn and Dowling's Annals of Ireland ; Obits and Martyrologies of Christ's Church, Dublin ; Tribes and Customs of Hy many; Grace's Annals of Ireland ; Register of All Hallows, Dublin ; Miscellany; O'Flaherty's West Connaught; Petty's History of the Down Survey ; O'Kelly's Destruction of Cyprus.

The most complete copy yet offered by me for sale. 1147 MAC CUIRTIN, English-Irish Dictionary and Irish Grammar, 4to. 30s Par.1732

This is the only extensive English-Irish Dictionary published. 1148 MOLLOY, Grammatica latino-hibernica,18mo. clean copy, cf. neat, 12s Romæ, 1677 1149 O'CONNOR's Chronicles of Eri; being the History of the Gaal Sciot Iber, or the

Irish People; translated from the original Manuscripts in the Phenician dialect of the Scythian language, 2 vols. roy. 8vo. portrait, plate, facsimile, and 5 maps, bds. uncut, 12s

1722 Containing “ A Demonstration of the original Seat, Nations, and Tribes of the Scythian race," « Radices of words of the ancient Scythian language,” and various etymological discussions."


1150 O'DONOVAN's Grammar of the Irish Language, 8vo. cloth, 14s

1845 1151 O'REILLY, Sanas Gaoidhilge Sagsbhearla : Irish-English Dictionary, with the

Supplement and a compendious Irish Grammar, 4to. cf. neat, £2. Dublin, 1817 1152 VALLANCEY's Grammar of the Iberno-Celtic or Irish Language, 2nd edition, with an Essay on the Celtic language, 8vo. calf, 78 6d

ib. 1781 ] 153 WOOD (Thos.) on the Primitive Inhabitants of Ireland, 303 pp. map, 1821–Val

lancey on the Antiquity of the Irish language, 115 pp. 1822-in 1 vol. 8vo. half

bound, 58 1154 Manks. CREGEEN (Archibald) Dictionary of the Manks Language, with

the corresponding words or explanations in English, interspersed with many Gaelic Proverbs, 8vo. 10s

Douglas, printed for the Author, 1835 The first Manks Grammar and Dictionary ever published. The author was a poor stone-cutter in the Isle of Man, and never had any other education than that afforded by a penny school. The work is the labour of twenty years, and, melancholy to state has not remunerated the author. 1155 KELLY'S (Rev. John) Practical Grammar of the antient Gaelc; or, the Lan

guage of the Isle of Mann, usually called Manks, 4to. Dedication and 75 pp.

bds. very rare, 36s 1156 Welsh. DAFYDD AB GWILYM, Barddoniaeth (Poems in Welsh); with a sketch

of his life and writings, and account of men and places mentioned in his works, by W. Owen, thick 12mo. calf, 10s

London, 1789 1156*DAVIES (John, D.D.) Antiquae Linguae Britannicae, nunc communiter dictae

Cambro-Britannicae, å suis Cymraecae vel Cambricae, ab aliis Wallicae, Rudi.

menta, 12mo. vellum, original edition, very rare, 259 Lond. Joh. Bill, 1621

Collation : Title ; Dedication to Dr. Richd. Parr; Preface, 23 pp. ; Rescriptum E. Prisei ; Grammar, 223 pp.; Authorum Nomina, Poetae Britannici citati, 4 leaves.

This copy has a page neatly written in an old hand “A comparison of ye Pronunciation of ye letters in Welsh to ye Greek and Hebrew letters, by Edward Kyffin ;" also the following auto graphs, 'Liber Guli Cranmer Audo. Lloyd, 1696 ;' Liber Audoeni Lloyd ex dono Gul. Cranme anno Dni 1696, April ;' Henry Salesbury M.A. of Denbigh printed his Grammar 1593. Mr. Wm. Rowlands lent it me anno 1699.' 1157 DAVIES (J.) Antiquae Linguæ Britannicæ, nunc vulgò dictæ Cambro Britan.

nicæ, et Linguæ Latinæ, Dictionarium duplex; accesserunt Adagia Britannica, small folio, no title, poor copy, hf. bound, 258

Lond. 1632 A most elaborate and excellent work.”—Nicolson. “ This is a Dictionary of Modern Welsh, the Ancient Welsh was in many instances obscure to Davies."-Murray. 1158 DAVIES' (Robt.) Welsh Grammar, with the Rules of Welsh Poetry, 12mo. bds. 58

Chester, 1808 1159 DOSPATH EDEYRN Dafod Aur: or the Ancient Welsh Grammar, which was com.

piled in the thirteenth century by Edeyrn the Golden Tongued, by command, and at the desire of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, Prince of Wales; Rhys Vychan, Lord of Dynevor and Ystrad Towy; and Morgan Vychan, Lord Paramount of Morganwg; and which received the sanction of a national jury. To which is added Y Pum Llyer Kerddwriaeth; or the Rules of Welsh Poetry, originally compiled by Dafydd Ddu Athraw, in the fourteenth, and subsequently enlarged by Simwnt Vychan, in the sixteenth century : with an English Translation, and copious Notes, by the Rev. John Williams Ab Ithel, M.A. 8vo. cloth, 16s

Llandovery, Welsh MSS. Soc., 1856 The Editorial Notes, in a smaller type, are incorporated in the Text of Edeyrn, with the view of supplying deficiencies, and rendering the work complete as a practical Grammar of the Cymraeg from the 6th century to the present day. 1160 EVANS (E.) 'Specimens of the Poetry of the Antient Welsh Bards, Welsh and English, with Notes, 4to. bds. uncut, 12s

1764 1161 GUÉST (Lady) THE MABINOGION, or Ancient Romances of Wales, from the

Llyfr Coch o Hergest, and other Ancient Welsh Manuscripts with an English Translation and Notes, by Lady Charlotte Guest, 3 vols. roy. 8vo. with facsimiles of MSS., vignettes, &c. £4. 10s

Llandovery, 1849 The first part is out of print. This is a work abounding with interesting singularities, and must be placed most justly amongst the curiosities of literature.Hereford Journal. A most splendid and magnificent work. The notes are exceedingly rich and meritorious, to the infinite credit of Lady Charlotte Guest, whose liberality in this grand undertaking can only be measured by the talent and spirit with which it is conducted."- Monthly Review.

“ The notes are learned in the best sense. The energy of the Translator has been rightly

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