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ABBOTSFORD CLUB BOOK.-ROMANCES of Rouland and Vernagus, and Otuel, edited from the Auchinleck MS. by J. Maidment, 4to. extra bds. 15s, 1836


Two highly curious Ancient English Romances, relating to Charlemagne and his Peers; of which Ellis has given a spirited and elegant analysis.


ABBOTSFORD CLUB BOOK.-Mind, Will, and Understanding, a Morality, from the Macro MSS. in the possession of Hudson Gurney, 4to. 5s 6d, 1837 ABBOTSFORD CLUB BOOK.-Arthour and Merlin, a Metrical Romance, from the Auchinleck MS. front. by Sharpe, thick 4to. cloth, £1. 10s, 1838


One of the most curious and extensive of the Romances connected with the Round Table.

ABBOTSFORD CLUB BOOK.-The Chartularies of Balmerino and Lindores, now first printed, engravings of Seals, &c. 4to. cloth, 16s, 1841 23 Edited with introduction, description of the Abbey, &c. by Turnbull. ABBOTSFORD CLUB BOOK.-Extracta e Variis Cronicis Scocie, from the ancient MS. in the Advocates' Library at Edinburgh, now first printed, 4to. cloth, 14s, 1842

24 "A very valuable and curious historical collection." ABBOTSFORD CLUB BOOK.-Memoirs of Sir Ewen Cameron of Lochiell, Chief of the Clan Cameron, with History of the Family and of the Neighbouring Clans, portrait, thick 4to. cloth, £1. 1s, 1842


This valuable work was edited by J. Macknight. ABBOTSFORD CLUB BOOK.-Gardyne's Garden of Grave and Godlie Flowers; Theatre of Scottish Kings, and Miscellaneous Poems by J. Lundie, 4to. cloth, £1. 4s.-Another copy, LARGE and FINE PAPER, 4to. hf. mor. gt. £2. 8s, 1845 26 Only 20 copies Privately Printed upon royal drawing paper as the above; Presentation copy to Dawson Turner with the editor's (W. K. Eyton) inscription, and the extra leaf of arms, &c. ABBOTSFORD CLUB BOOK.-The Buke of the Order of Knighthood, translated from the French by Sir Gilbert Hay, Knt. 4to. cl. 15s, 1847 27

This very curious specimen of the Early Literature of Scotland is now first printed from the MS. of the XIVth Century, in the library at Abbotsford, with long introductory Preface by B. Botfield. ABBOTSFORD CLUB BOOK.-A Penni worth of Witte, Florice and Blancheflour, and other Pieces of Ancient Poetry, 4to. cloth, £1. 1s, Edin. 1857 28

Only 100 copies printed; edited from the Auchinleck MS. by D. Laing. ABBOTSFORD CLUB BOOK.-SIRE DEGARRE, a Metrical Romance of the XIIIth Century, from the Auchinleck MS. with facsimile woodcuts from Wynkyn de Worde's unique edition, 4to. cloth, 148, 1849


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A metrical translation of Olivier de Marches "Chevar délibéré," and one of the most esteemed works in the stilian language: the production of this work was one the literary recreations of the Emperor Charles V. durg his cloister life.-See MS. note by S. W. Singer. DAIR'S (Sir R.) Mission to the Court of Vienna in 1806, with his Negotiations for the Peace of the Dardanelles in 1808-9, together 3 vols. 8vo. 49 cloth, 12s 6d (pub. £1. 16s), 1844-5

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ADAMS, BAIKIE and BARROW's Natural History
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A most instructive and interesting Description of the Families of the Animal and Vegetable Kingdoms, with Remarks on the practical Study of Geology and Meteorology, &c. ADAMSON'S MUSES WELCOME TO KING JAMES at his Majesties happie returne to his Olde and Native Kingdom of Scotland after 14 yeeres ab60 sence 1617, portrait, folio, cf. £3. 38, 1618

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The first, or Latin edition of this curious "Logicotheological Analysis of every several Book of the Holy Scripture," accompanied by Poems, was dedicated to Q. Elizabeth.


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