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SOPHOCLES—The Tragedies of Sophocles literally translated into English Prose, from the Greek Text of Brunck, with Notes, 2 vols. 8vo. boards, 15s.
ÆSCHYLUS—The Tragedies of Æschylus, literally translated into English Prose, from the Text of Bloomfield and Schutz, 8vo. boards, 10s. 6d.
ÆSCHYLI TRAGEDIÆ ex Editione Stanleüi Latine Redditæ et ad Editionem Græcam Schutzii accommodate, 8vo. boards, 7s.
EURIPIDES—The Hecuba, Orestes, Phoenician Virgins, and Medea of Euripides, literally translated into English Prose, from the Text of Porson, with Notes, 8vo. boards, 8s.
THE HYPOLYTUS and ALCESTIS of EURIPIDES, literally translated into English Prose, with Notes, 8vo. boards, 4s. 6d.
ARISTOPHANES, the Comedies of Plutus and the Frogs, literally translated into English Prose, with copious Notes, 8vo. boards, 8s.
THE RHETORIC of ARISTOTLE, literally translated from the Greek, with Notes, to which is added an Analysis of Aristotle's Rhetoric by Thos. Hobbes, of Malmsbury, with Notes, 8vo. 12s. boards.
TULLY'S THREE BOOKS of OFFICES, in English, with Notes, explaining the Method and Meaning of the Author, new edition, 12mo. boards, 8s.
THE HISTORY of HERODOTUS, translated from the Greek, by Isaac Littlebury, new edition, 8vo. boards, 14s.
WESSELINGII et VALCKENARII ANNOTATIONES ad HERODOTEM, illustravit Joh. Schweighæuseri, 2 vols. boards, 11. 10s.-Glasgue, 1818.
HERODOTUS, Latine, ex versione J. Schweighæuseri, 8vo. boards, 9s.
JOSEPHI OLIVETI Delectus Commentariorum in M.T. Ciceronis Opera Omnia, royal 4to. boards, 31. 10s.
** This volume comprises the whole of the Notes to Olivet's Cicero, and is intended as a Supplement to the Oxford Edition of Cicero, in ten volumes quarto, with which it is printed uniform.-A very few copies remain.
ANTONÍI RICCOBONI in decem libros Ethicorum Aristotelis ad Nicomachum Commentarii ; adhibita in obscurioribus locis Præclarissima doctrina summi Nostrorum temporum Philosophi Francisci Piccoliminei, ex ejus Universa Philosophia de Moribus, small 8vo. boards, 8s.
LETTERS, written by eminent men in the 17th and 18th Centuries, with T. Hearne's Journey to Reading, and to Whaddon Hall, and Aubrey's Lives of Eminent Men, published from originals in the Bodleian Library, 3 vols. new, boards, 12s.--published at 11.11s. 6d.—Oxf. 1814. T. and W. having bought the remaining copies of the above, are enabled to
offer it at the very low price mentioned.