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Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street, London. 1. The Sixth Portion of the History and Antiquities of the COUNTY of LEICESTER, containing the Hundred of GUTHLAXTON.

By JOHN NICHOLS, Esq. F. S. A. Lond. Edins. & Perth.
The SECOND EDITION. Embellished with LXIX Plates,

Price 51. 58.; or on Royal Paper, Price 6l. 6s.
** Of this Volume only 150 Copies are printed, of which 100 are
wanted to complete the Setts already in the hands of the Publick;'
and FIFTY COPIES are all that are printed on the chance of a
separate Sale; as this and every preceding Portion, describing a
separate Hundred, may be considered in some degree a complete
and independent Work. The concluding Portion (the Hundred
of SPARKENHOE) is so far advanced in the Press, that it may
certainly be expected very early in the Summer of 1811; and wiú
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Work, or is inclined to sell the Volumes already published, may receive for them A LIBERAL ADVANCE ON THE ORIGINAL Price,

provided they are returned undamaged. II. THE GENUINE WORKS of WILLIAM HOGARTH, illustrated with Biographical Anecdotes, and a Chronological Commentary, By JOHN NICHOLS, Esq. F.S. A. Lond. EDINB. & PERTH;

and the late GEORGE STEEVENS, Esq. F. R. S. and F.S.A. A new Edition, in Two Volumes, demy 4to. Price lol. 101. boards;

or on Royal paper, with proof impressions, price 211. boards,

*** The Works of the inimitable HOGARTH have not only been sought for with avidity in his native country, but have been admired by every civilized nation in the world. Since his death, various Editions of his Works have, from time to time, been offered to the Publick, But, without attempting to depreciate any of the former Editions, it is presumed that the present Work will, from its elegance and cheapness, stand unrivalled.


be proper, however, to add, that these Volumes contain one HUNDRED AND SIXTY Plates, many of which

are not in any other Collection of HOGARTH's Works. III. THE WORKS of the Rev. JONATHAN SWIFT, D. D. Dean of St.

Patrick's, Dublin. Arranged by THOMAS SHERIDAN, A. M. with Notes, Historical and Critical. A new Edition, corrrcted and revised by JOHN NICHOLS, F.S.A. LOND. EDINB. & Perth. In 19 vols. 8vo. price 9l. boards.

*** A small neat Edition, in 24 vols. Royal 18mo. price 41. 45. IV. LETTERS on VARIOUS SUBJECTS, Literary, Political, and Ec

clesiastical, to and from WILLIAM NICOLSON, D.D. successively Bishop of Carlisle and of Derry, and Archbishop of Cashel; including the Correspondence of several eminent Prelates, from 1683 to 1726-7, inclusive. Faithfully printed from the Originals, and illustrated with Literary and Historical Anecdotes, by JOHN NICHOLS, F.S.A.

Lond. EDINB. & Perth. In Two Volumes 8vo. price 16s. boards. V. THE EPISTOLARY CORRESPONDENCE of Sir RICHARD

STEELE; including his Familiar Letters to his wife and Daughters. To which are prefixed, Fragments of Three Plays ; Two of them undoubtedly Steele's, the Third supposed to be Addison's. Faithfuliy printed from the Originals; and illustrated with Literary and Historical Anecdotes, by JOHN NICHOLS, F. S. A. Lond. Edine. & PERTH, In Two Volumes 8vo. with a Portrait, price 16s. boards.

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