BOOKS printed for DANIEL BROWNE, at
the Black Swan without Temple-Bar and
JOHN WHISTON and Ben. WHITE, at
Mr. Boyle's Head in Fleet-Street.
LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE. Being a curi.
Ous Collection of some very remarkable In-
cidents, which happened to Persons of the first
Quality in France. Interspersed with entertaining
and surprizing Observations made by them on se-
'veral Passages in History, both Antient and Mo.
dern. Written in French for the Entertainment
of the King, and dedicated to him by Madam
De Gomez. The sixth Edition, in four neat
Pocket Volumes, adorned with Copper-Plates.
II. A new Translation of the Works of Monf.
de la BRUYERE. Containing the Characters or
Manners of the present Age: The Moral Cha-
racters of Theophraftus, from the Greek, with a
Prefatory Discourse concerning that Author, and
other Pieces. To which is added, The Manner
of living with great Men. By Nicholas Rowe, Esq;
in Two Vols. Price 6 s.
III. The CHINESE SPY. Being a Series
of Letters between a Chinese Traveller at Paris,
and his Countrymen in China, Muscovy, Perfia,
and Japan. Wherein the Government, Customs,
Religion, and Learning of those several Nations
are described, and compared with the Europeans.
With a Preface by the Author of the Jewish Spy.
Price 2 s. 6d.
IV. The History of ORACLES.
Difertations. Wherein are proved, 1. That the
Oracles'were not given out by Dæmons, but were
invented and supported by the Craft of the Pagan
Priests. 2. That the Oracles did not cease at the
Coming of Jesus Chrift; but fubfifted four Hun.
dred Years after it, till the intire Abolition of
Paganism. By M. De Fontenelle, Member of the
Royal Academies at Paris. In one peat Pocket
Yolume. Price bound 2 s. 6 d.