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Annals of Oriental Literature. Parts 2 and 3.
Antiquarian Society's Plates. Plates 15 to 26, including

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Binjham'a Antiquities. Vols. 1 and 9. 1822.
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Cleg? on the Manufacture of Gas.
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Edinburgh Review. Second Index to.

Eoxluh Translation of Grossi Marco Visconti.

Foie's Acts and Monuments. Vol. 1, 8vo. (Townsend arid Cattley.)

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Gray's Genera of Birds. Nos. 1 to 28,

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Neander's History of the Christian Religion. Translated

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Quesnel on the New Testament, in English. Vol. 1, Part 3,

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Roselen's Egypt.
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