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LE SAGE, Alain Réné. Histoire this celebrated romance, each in 4 vols. de Gil Blas de Santillane. Lond. were published in London in 1809, 12mo. 11.
The Bachelor of Salamanca, translated 1809. royal 8vo. 4 vols.
by Mr. Lockman. Lond. 1737, 12mo. 2 vols. An elegant edition, illustrated by 24 with cuts, 7s. engravings after pictures by Smirke.
Bachelor of Salamanca, translated by LARGE PAPER, in 4to. (These plates were
James Townsend. Lond. 1825, 12mo. 8s. used in the same year for Malkin's trans
Life and Adventures of Guzman d'Allation.) Hibbert, 4748, with proofs on in- farache, translated by John Brady. Lond. dia paper, morocco, 81. Harward, 1858, 1823, 12mo. 3 vols. 10s. 6d.
Adventures of Chevalier de Beauchesne. morocco, 41. 4s. Gil Blas corrigé. Par J. N. Osmond.
Lond. 1745, 2 vols. Willett, 2110, 16s. Lond. 1798, 12mo. 4 vols. 10s. 68.-1801, into English. Lond. 1708, 2 vols.-Lond.
The Devil upon Two Sticks, translated 12mo. 4 vols. 10s. 6d.—Abregé par De la 1729, 2 vols. cuts, 12mo.-Lond. 1759 (callVoye. Lond. 1838, 18mo. 4s.-Abregé pared the Devil upon Crutches), 12mo. 2 vols. Tarver. Lond. 12mo. 58.
plates, 10s. 6d.-Lond. 1780, 12mo. 2 vols. History of Gil Blas of Santillane. Lond. -Lond. 1841, royal 8vo. illustrated with 1737, 4 vols. with cuts. Willett, 2108, numerous wood engravings after Tony 11. 88.-Lond. Tonson, 1744, 12mo. 3 vols. Johannot, 128.-New edition, with the 9s.
same engravings. Lond. Bohn, 1860, post Gil Blas, translated by Tobias Smollett, 8vo. 5s. Lond. 1761, 12mo. 4 vols. with plates, 12s.
The History of Vanillo Gonzales, sur. A translation of great merit.The En- named the merry Bachelor. Lond. 1797, glish author is true to the sense, manner, 12mo. 2 vols. 10s. 6d. and spirit of the original, and is often ex LESCARBOT, Marc. La chasse aux tremely happy in the interchange of par: Anglois en l'Isle de Rez et au Siege tion. Lond. 1773, 12mo. with 33 cuts.- de la Rochelle. Paris, 1629. 8vo. Fifth edition, Lond. 1781, 12mo. 4 vols. A copy is in the British Museum. with cuts. – Sixth edition, Lond. 1792, Nova Francia. See ERONDELLE, P. 12mo. 4 vols. with 12 cuts, 128.-Seventh
or edition, Lond. 1797, 12mo. 4 vols. 106, 6d.
LESLÆUS, Anglice LESLEY -1802, 3 vols. 8vo. with plates by War- LESLIE. ren, 11. 11s. 6d. Sotheby's in 1824, mor. 21. 12s. 6d. LARGE PAPER, 31. 38.-3 vols.
LESLEO, Guglielmo Luigi. Vita 8vo. coloured plates. Lond. 18 .--Trans- di S. Margherita Regina di Scozia, lated by Smollett, Lond. 1836, royal 8vo. di G. Lesleo. Roma, 1675. 12mo. 2 vols. illustrated by Gigoux, 11. 12s.Smollett's Translation, edited by T. Ros with portrait.—Roma, 1718. Hibbert, 4645,
Roxburghe, 8727, 11.-Roma, 1691, 12mo. coe, Lond. 1835, ten etchings by G. Cruik
morocco, 11. 3. shank, 12s.- Lond. Willoughby, 1841, illustrated edition, 8vo. 12s. 6d.
LESLEY, George. Divine DiaThe Adventures of Gil Blas, translated logues, to which is added Joseph by Martin Smart. Lond. Sir R. Phillips, Revived. Lond. 1684. 8vo. 1807, 12mo. 4 vols. 100 plates, 11. 8s. In verse. Reed, 7091, 3s. Nassau, pt. LARGE PAPER, post 8vo. 21. 12s. 6d. i. 1977, russia, 11. 28.—1678, Bright, 11s.
The Adventures of Gil Blas, translated by P. Proctor. Lond. 1774, 8vo. 2 vols.
Henry, Bishop of Down and plates.
Connor. À Speech delivered at The Adventures of Gil Blas of Santil- the Visitation of Downe and Conlane, translated from the French of Le nor, held in Lisnegarvy, the 26th (Smollett's translation revised.) 'Lond: Sept. 1628, wherein is a full Confu1809, royal 8vo. 4 vols. An elegant editation of the Covenant, &c. Lond. tion, with 24 engravings after pictures 1639. 4to. by Smirke. Published at 61. 6s. PAPER, in 4to. Proofs on India paper, men Conjurationis Scotice, sive Oratio
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Scotorum, lib. x. Romæ, 1578. Spanish and Portuguese translations of 4to. with Map of Scotland, and 9
LESLEY, John-continued. Vita et Rebus gestis Mariæ Reginæ ScotoEngraved Genealogical plates with A Treatise touching the Right, Title heads, including those of Mary and Interest of Marye Queene of Scot
land, and Kyng James, her Graces Sonne, and her son James.
to the Succession of the Croune of EngHibbert, 4751, 8s. Towneley, pt. ii. 1113, land. And first, touching the Genealogie 13s. Nassau, pt. i. 2373, 18s. Bindley, or Pedegrue of suche Competitors, as prept. iii. 161, 11. 7s. White Knights, 2327, tend Title to the same Croune, (1584), 8vo. morocco, 11. 10s. Roxburghe, 8685, K4, in eights, with a genealogical table, 31. 13s. 60.--Heber, old mor. pt. i. 11. 11s. also portraits of Mary and James VI. Harward, July 1856, fine copy, vellum on back of title. Nassau, pt. i. 1976, wrapper.
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Du Droict et Tiltre de la seren. PrinGough (British Topography, vol. ii. p. 83) cesse Marie, &c. al a Succession du Royrefers to Lesley's map as of great rarity aume d'Angleterre. Rouen, 1587, 8vo. The original map, a large folding sheet, with a genealogical table. Gordonstoun, published separately, is indeed very rare, 1434, 21. 6s. Bright, 17. 158. G. Chalmers, but the edition of his work, 1578, with thé 14s. map, such as the two copies we mention,
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table. Grant, 1587, 8vo. G. Chalmers, 1l. A Defence of the Honour of Marie, Elizabetham Angliæ Reginam. Paris,
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Austriæ &c. de fausto ac felici ejus Aded abroad, and is much rarer than the
Germaniæ. Per R. in Christo P. Joan. following.
Leslæum Episcopum Roffensem, Scotum. A Treatise concerning the Defence of Brvxellæ, apud Rutgerum Velpium, 1596. the Honour of Marie Queene of Scotlande, G. Chalmers, 10s. Reprinted in the first and Dowager of France. With a De volume of Anderson's Collections, relating claration as wel of her Right, Title, and to Mary Queen of Scots. A translation Interest, to the Succession of the Croune of the life of Bishop Lesley will also be of England, as that the Regiment of found in the third volume of Anderson's Women is conformable to the Lawe of Collections. God and Nature, Made by Morgan Phi LESLEY'S HISTORY OF SCOTLAND, from lippes Bachelar of Diuinitie, An: 1570. 1436 to 1561, and LESLEY's Diary, are 8vo. Liege, by Walter Morbers, 1571, printed by the Bannatyne Club. See Ap8vo. Lloyd, 51. 15s. 6d. White Knights, pendix. 91. 15s. This work (immediately sup The Case of the Bishop of Ross, Resi. pressed), written by John Lesley, Bishop dent of the Queen of Scots; who was of Ross, originally printed in 1569, is in seized and committed to the Tower by part reprinted, compared with that of Queen Elizabeth, for traiterous Practices, 1569, in the first volume of Anderson's and endeavouring to raise a Rebellion Collections relating to Mary Q. of Scots. against her. folio, pp. 4. Reprinted in the
De Titulo et Jure Mariæ Scotorum Re- second volume of the Harleian Miscellany. ginæ, quo Regni Angliæ Successionem sibi There are several MSS. of this faithful iuste vindicat, Libellus. Item : De illus- adherent to the unfortunate Mary extant trium Fæminarum in Republica adminis- in some of the public libraries; and sevetranda Auctoritate libellus. Rhemis, ral letters in the possession of Dr. George 1580, 4to. with a genealogical table. A Mackenzie, who wrote his life. copy is in the British Museum. Gordonstoun, 1432, 11. 1s. Bindley, pt, ii, 162, Lesliana explicata,
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Sexus Cognominis Leslie, una cum LESLIE, Sir John. Elements of Affinibus, &c. Græcii, 1692. folio. Geometry, geometrical Analysis, 10s. 6d.
and plane Trigonometry. This ought to contain a large folding Notices of this
eminent professor's work table. Crawfurd, in his Peerage of Scotland, will be found in the Edinb. Rev. xx. 79styles this work · a mass of confused un- 100, and in the Quarterly Review, iv. 25chronological stuff.' Prefixed is a portrait 42.-1809, 8v0.--1811. FINE PAPER.-1817, of Count Leslie, one of the Emperor Leo- 8vo.-1822, 8vo. pold's generals, to whom the volume is An experimental Inquiry into the Nadedicated.
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1804, 8vo. pp.570, with 9 plates. Formerly LESLIE, Charles. Theological worth 21. 2s., now much less. A work, Works. Lond. 1721. folio. 2 vols. according to the Quarterly Review, con21. 2s.
taining some very interesting results, According to Mr. Horne, 'A clergyman's together with sundry disquisitions on library should not be without this author's topics not very immediately connected
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Geometry of curve Lines. Edinb. 1813, suasions unto the Church of England,
The Philosophy of Arithmetic; exthan any man ever did.' Dr, Johnson observed, “Leslie was a reasoner, and a
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Tracts, Historical and Philosophical, Truth of Christianity demonstrated. relative to the important discussion which Lond. Bohn, 1848, 6d.
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8vo. 2 vols. Contents given in each vo1704, &c. folio, 4 vols. 158. Published at
lume. first once, and afterwards twice a week, for a period of seven years: written in The Tracts published in this collected the form of dialogue, and entirely confined state were printed between the 15th of to the state of public affairs.--Second edi. May 1805, and 23d of May 1806. The intiou, 1750, 12mo. 6 vols. with portrait of terest in the discussion was very great. Leslie, 15s. See King, Abp.
The volumes contain 13 pieces, written Divine Right of Tithes. Lond. Darling, Stewart, Dr. Inglis, Dr. Thomas Brown,
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