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PROCTOR, Col. George, of the Royal Military College, Sandhurst.

| Britain, from the Descent of the Saxons, to the Deposition of Richard

II. See (EXCYCLOPEDIA Metropolitana, rol. 11, 12). 9 Crusades. See (ENCYCLOPÆDIA Metropolitana, vol. 11). 3 Feudal System (The). See (ENCYCLOPEDIA Metropolitana, vol. 11, 12). 4 History of the Crusades: their Rise, Progress, and Results. By Major Proctor. With over 150 Illustrations.

Philadelphia, 1854. 8' (6.1 X3.7). 3 Middle Ages (The), from the Fall of the Roman Empire of the West, to

End of Eighth Century. See (ENCYCLOPEDIA Metropolitana, vol. 11).

Joint Author. See MITCHELL, C. C. Fortification.
PZOPERTITS, Sextus Aurelius, a Roman elegiac poet ; d. about 15 B.C.

6 Elegiæ. See CATULLUS, C. V. Catulli, etc. Opera. Catullus etc.
7 Elegiarum Libri IV. cum Commentario perpetuo P. Burmanni secundi,
opus Burmanni morte interruptum L. Santenius absolvit.

Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1780. 4° (6.8X5.3), pp. 990+:
NOTE. - Imperfect, waniing title-page.
PROSPER, St., of Aquitaine, a disciple of St. Augustine ; d. about 463.
i Opera cmnia. Coloniæ Agrippinæ, 1609? 8°(5X2.6), m. r., pp. 903+.

Note.- Imperfect, wanting title page. PROTESTANT DISSENTER's (The) Magazine: consisting of Biographical Memoirs ; i Ecclesiastical History; Sacred Criticism ; Doctrinal and Practical Di

vinity, &c. &c. ... Vol. 1-6. ... Embellished with Heads and other Engravings. ..

London, 1794–99. 8°(6.7X3.6). PROTESTANT System (The): containing Discourses on the principal Doctrines 10 of Natural and Revealed Religion. Compiled from the Works of ...

Protestant Dissenters, viz. Abernethy, Amory, Barker, Benson, Bulkeley, Chandler, &c. &c. To which are added, Four Discourses ... Vol.

London, 1758. 8°(5.4X3.5). PROTESTANT-EPISCOPAL Church in the United States. Journals of the General 11 Conventions of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of

America, from A. D. 1785 to A. D. 1853, inclusive. ... With illustrative historical Notes and Appendices, by Rev. F. L. Hawks, and Rev. W. S. Perry. Vol. 1.

Philadelphia, 1861. 8° (6.1X3.6). 12 Reception of the Delegates from the Society for the Propagation of the

Gospel in Foreign Parts, by the Board of Missions of the Protestant
Episcopal Church in the United States of America, and Speeches at the

Missionary Meetings,Oct.6th, 7th and 10th. New-York, 1853. 89, pp. 37. PROTESTANT-EPISCOPAL Historical Society. Collections of the Protestant Epis13 copal Historical Society, for the year 1851. [Vol.1. For 1852–53.] Vol. 2. 2 vols. [Portraits.]

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Oxen for Tillage in competition with Horses. Selected from his Com

munications, with Notes, by J. T. Dillon. London, 1796. 8°, pp. 67. PEOTD, Robert, a Quaker teacher in Phila.; b. in Yorkshire, Eng., 1728. d. 1813. 15 History (The) of Pennsylvania, in North America, from the original In

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Philadelphia, 1797, '98. 8° (6.6X3.2).

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PRout, William, M.D., F.R.S., a Scottish physician & chemist; 6. 1786. d. 1830.

1 Chemistry Meteorology and the Function of Digestion considered with reference to Natural Theology *** Meteorological Map.]

London, 1834. 8° (6X3.5), pp. 570. Note.- Ilalf-title, “ Bridgewater T'reatises ... Treatise VIII. ... 21 ed.” PROVERBES 2 Dramatiques. Tom. 1-8.

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4 Brevia Parliamientaria rediviva. Conteining several Catalogues of the

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6 Droit (Le) de la Nature et des Gens, ou Systeme General des Principes

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8 Discourse on Revealed Religion ; delivered in University in Cambridge,

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9 Pugin and Le Keux's Specimens of the Architectural Antiquities of Normandy. [80 Plates.)

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1 Traité de Géodésie, ou Exposition des Méthodes trigonométriques et

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5 Effects to be expected from the East India Bill, upon the Constitution

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8 View (A) of Congregationalism, its Principles and Doctrines; the Tes

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15 Course (A) of English Reading ... with Anecdotes of Men of Genius.

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9 Synodicon in Gallia Reformata : or, The Acts, Decisions, Decrees and

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