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graphs by Landseer, etc., first edition, calf gilt, John Murray, 1838, 8vo. (632)

Goode, £6 155. 2149 Smollett (T.) The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom, first edition, 2 vol., original calf, 1753, Svo. (665)

Quaritch, £3 6s. 2150 Smollett (T.) The History and Adventures of an Atom, first edition, 2 vol., original calf, 1769, 8vo. (666)

Quaritch, £2 75. 6d. 2151 South Sea Bubble. Set of 52 playing-cards, with illustrations,

satirising the South Sea Bubble by suggesting kindred speculations of an extraordinary character (some refer to American subjects as the " Pennsilvania Company," “Accadia," etc.

, others to “ Liverpool,”. “ Newcastle” and other places), arranged in a vol., original impressions, circa 1720, 8vo. (633)

Goode, £II IIS. 2152 Sterne (L.) A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy, first edition, 2 vol., original calf, 1768, 8vo. (667)

Quaritch, 64 2153 Sterne (L.). Works, edited by Browne, portrait, 4 vol., rox

burghe binding, t. e. g., 1873, 8vo. (87) Sotheran, £i 16s. 2154 Thackeray (W. M.). Virginians, with illustrations by the

author, in the original parts with all the covers and adver

tisements as issued, 1857-59, 8vo. (85) Sotheran, £2 8s. 2155 Warnery (Major-General). Remarks on Cavalry, translated

from the original, 25 coloured plates of military costume, including 6 representations of English Regiments, and 5 plates of diagrams of Cavalry Manæuvres, wanted a leaf of prefatory matter, original boards, uncut, London, J. Barfield, 1798, 4to. (841)

Bumpus, £5 5s. 2156 Warren (S.) Ten Thousand a Year, 3 vol., cloth, uncut, 1841, 8vo. (353)

Maggs, 12 6. 2157 Wellington. Dispatches, Supplementary Dispatches and

General Orders, edited by Gurwood, 23 vol., calf gilt, 18371863, 8vo. (360)

Sotheran, £3 ios. 2158 (Wordsworth and Coleridge.] Lyrical Ballads, with a few other Poems, first edition, calf, 1798, 8vo. (663)

Maggs, £3 3s. 2159 (Wyvill (Sir Chr.)] Certaine Serious Thoughts which at

severall times and upon sundry occasions have stollen themselves into verse (containing at page 13 a poem on America), engraved title by Marshall

, morocco, g.e., F. B. for G. Badger, 1647, 8vo. (72)

Pickering, £2 2s. [Two blank leaves appeared to be missing. Sold not subject to return.-ED.)



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2160 Alpine Journal (The). A Record of Mountain Adventure and

Scientific Observation, by Members of the Alpine Club, from the commencement in 1863 to November, 1901, and Index to vol. i.-xv., 20 vol. in half calf, and 8 parts as published, numerous maps and plates, 1863-1901, 8vo. (3)

Leighton, £29 1os. 2161 (Apperley (C. J., i.e. Nimrod).] Nimrod's Hunting Tours,

with Anecdotes of Sporting Men, and Notices of the principal Crack Riders, etc., first edition, uncut, original cloth, 1835, 8vo. (545)

Spencer, £4 75. 6d. [This book has greatly increased in value of late years. The "Hunting Tours” originally appeared in the form of a series of articles, entitled “Letters on Hunting,” in the columns of the Sporting Magazine, and were now reprinted for the first time with the omission of all extraneous matter not connected with fox hunting. Pp. xvi., 1-598. No illus

trations.-ED.) 2162 Bacon (Lord). Works, edited by Spedding, Ellis and Heath,

14 vol., portrait, 1857-74, 8vo. (13) Hatchard, £5. 1os. 2163 Bertolonius (A.) Flora Italica, sistens Plantas in Italia

sponte nascentes, etc., 12 vol., half calf, Bononiæ, 1833-62, 8vo. (24)

F. Cohen, £2 25. 2164 Boissier (E.) Flora Orientales sive enumeratio Plantarum in

Oriente a Graecia et Egypto, ad Indiae fines hucusque observatarum, with Supplement, 6 vol., uncut, Basilea, etc., 1867-88, 8vo. (27)

Quaritch, £4 175. 6d. 2165 Boswell (J.) Life of Dr. Samuel Johnson, 2 vol., first edition, portrait, old calf (one cover loose), 1791, 4to. (276)

Shepherd, £1 6s. 2166 British Association for the Advancement of Science. Reports from 1831-1898, 67 vol., illustrations, 1831-98, 8vo. (32)

Quaritch, £7 5. 2167 Buckle (H. T.) History of Civilization in England, 2 vol., 1858-61, 8vo. (34)

Shepherd, £1 6s. 2168 Butler (S.) Hudibras, with Life of the Author, 2 vol., 12 coloured plates by Clark, uncut, McLean, 1822, 8vo. (36)

Bain, £2 145. 2169 Cervantes (M.) Les Principales Aventures de l'admirable Don

Quichotte, 2 vol. in 1, plates by Coypel, morocco extra, gold borders on the sides, silk linings, g. e., La Haye, 1774, 8vo. (351)

Quaritch, £6 2170 Coleridge (S. T.) Notes and Lectures upon Shakespeare and some of the old Poets and Dramatists, 2 vol., Pickering, 1849, 8vo. (43)

£1 13s. 2171 Combe (W.) Three Tours of Dr. Syntax, 3 vol., the numerous

coloured plates by T. Rowlandson accurately reduced from the originals, morocco gilt, g. e., R. Ackermann, 1823-28, 12mo. (587)

Sabin, £6 tos. 2172 Cooke (M. C.). Grevillea, a Monthly Record of Cryptogamic

Botany and its Literature, vol. i.-xxii., illustrations, the first 12 vol. in 6, half morocco, the remainder in parts (two wanted), 1872-93, 8vo. (45)

Quaritch, £3 8s. 2173 Cooke (M. C.) Illustrations of British Fungi, and Supple

ment, 8 vol., upwards of 700 coloured plates, half morocco, g.t., uncut, the supplement in parts, etc., 1881-91, 8vo. (47)

Stebbing, £23 2174 Cooke (M. C.) British Fresh-Water Algæ, exclusive of

Desmidiceæ and Diatomaceæ, 2 vol., 130 coloured plates, 1882-4, 8vo. (48)

Quaritch, £4 155. 2175 D. (W.) The Artificial Clock Maker, a Treatise of Watch and Clock Work, plates, old calf, 1700, 8vo. (444)

Quaritch, £1 1os. 2176 Darwin (C.) The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication, 2 vol., illustrations, 1868, 8vo. (55)

Donkin, £ 1 45. 2177 D'Avenant (Sir William). Gondibert, an Heroick Poem, first edition, large copy in morocco extra, g. e., 1651, 4to. (623)

Young, £3 3. 2178 D'Avenant (Sir William). Works, first edition, with a fine

impression of the portrait by Faithorne, large copy in

morocco extra, g. e., 1673, folio (624) Young, £4 155. 2179 Dawkins (W. B.) Cave Hunting, numerous illustrations, 1874, 8vo. (58)

Mason, £2 145. 2180 Desfontaines (R.) Flora Atlantica, sive Historia Plantarum, 2 vol., 261 plates, half bound, Paris, n. d., 4to. (284)

Wesley, £1 6s. 2181 Drayton (Michael). Poems, collected into one volume, with

sondry peeces inserted never before imprinted, the engraved and first printed title in facsimile, but a large and clean copy in morocco gilt, g. e., John Smethwick (1619), folio (627)

Dobell, £2 1os. 2182 Dufferin (Lord). Letters from High Latitudes, plates, etc., 1857, 8vo. (64)

Sotheran, £! 125. 2183 Dulcken (H. W.) Dalziel's Illustrated Arabian Nights' Enter

tainments, 2 vol., illustrations, 1865, 4to. (285) Bain, £ 1 8s. 2184 Evans (J.) The Ancient Stone Implements, Weapons and Ornaments of Great Britain, illustrations, 1872, 8vo. (66)

Shepherd, £1 45. 2185 Fielding (H.) Works, with Life by Murphy, 10 vol., best edition, portrait, calf

, 1821, 8vo.(70) J. Bumpus, £4 7s.6d. 2186 Forbes and Hanley. A History of British Mollusca and their

Shells, 4 vol., LARGE PAPER, 200 coloured and other plates,

calf gilt, m. e., Van Voorst, 1853, 8vo. (77) Hill, £ 5 7s. 6d. 2187 Freshwater (D. W.) The Exploration of the Caucasus, 2 vol.,

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plates and illustrations by Vittorio Sella, 1896, imperial 8vo. (78)

Edmunds, £2 16s. 2188 Froude (J. A.) History of England from the Fall of Wolsey

to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada, 12 vol., 1858-70, 8vo. (79)

Quaritch, £5 2189 Gaudin (J.) Flora Helvetica sive Historia stirpium hucusque

cognitarum in Helvetia, 7 vol., coloured plates, half morocco, m. e., Turici, 1828-33, 8vo. (82)

Wesley, £2 2190 Geographical Playing Cards. A complete Pack of 52 en

larged Copperplates, with engraved title and letterpress explanation, the court cards have heads of celebrities, etc. (Charles II., Elizabeth), coloured by hand, bound in contemporary calf, gilt back and gilt border to sides, Henry Brome at ye Gun in St. Paul's Churchyard, 1676 (558)

Tregaskis, £3 35. [It is doubtful if any bound sets were issued by publishers (see contemporary MS. note under price at back of title), and consequently this may be unique, having the engraved title. Not described in Lady Schreiber's book and not in the British Museum. The British Museum has a set wanting title (from the Duke of Sussex's library), evidently copied from this edition, with the spelling modernised and

descriptive matter printed from letterpress.--Catalogue.] 2191 Geological Society of London. The Quarterly Journal of,

from the commencement in 1845 to August, 1901, 57 vol., and Index to first 50 vol., 54 vol. half calf, g. t., the remainder in parts, numerous plates, 1845-1901, 8vo. (84)

Batsford, 216 2192 Gilbert (L.) and Churchill (G. C.). The Dolomite Mountains,

excursions through Tyrol, Carinthia, Carniola and Friuli in 1861-3, map, coloured plates and illustrations, original cloth, 1864, 8vo. (86)

Bain, ki 8s. 2193 Gilchrist (A.) Life of William Blake, 2 vol., portrait and

numerous plates, calf gilt, m.e., 1863, 8vo. (87) Denham, £1 2194 Girdlestone (Rev. A. G.) The High Alps without Guides,

being a Narrative of Adventures in Switzerland, frontispiece and maps, 1870, 8vo. (88)

Shepherd, £1 6s. 2195 Greville (R. K.) Scottish Cryptogamic Flora, 6 vol., numerous

coloured plates, half morocco gilt, g. e., Edinburgh, 1823-8, royal 8vo. (92)

F. Cohen, £4 8s. 2196 Horatius. Works, with Life by Rev. H. H. Milman, printed

within borders, coloured plates and other illustrations, calf extra, gold borders on the sides, g. e., Murray, 1849, 8vo. (106)

Mason, £1 145. 2197 Killigrew (Thomas). Comedies and Tragedies, first edition,

the portrait in facsimile, and titles somewhat soiled and

mended, morocco gilt, g. e., 1664, folio (628) Thorp, £2 5s. 2198 Kinglake (A. W.) The Invasion of the Crimea, 8 vol., maps, 1863-87, 8vo. (122)

Maggs, £3 16s. 2199 Ledebour (Dr. C. F.à). Flora Rossica sive enumeratio Plan

tarum 'in totius Imperii Rossici, 4 vol., map, half morocco, m. e., Stuttgartia, 1842-53, 8vo. (129) Lanser, £ı 75. 2200 Le Pautre (P.) Les Plans, Coupes, Profils et Elévations de

la Chapelle du Chasteau Royal de Versailles, about 50 plates, some double, with autograph of Joseph Paston on Ay-leaf, old calf, Paris, D. Mortaine (1715), folio (531)

Maggs, £4 ios. 2201 Le Sage (A. R.) Histoire de Gil Blas, 4 vol., LARGE PAPER

(demy 8vo.), portrait, and proof plates before the letters, half calf, uncut, Paris, l'an iv.-ix. (1796-1801), 8vo. (381)

Quaritch, Es 2202 Léveillé (J. H.) Iconographie des Champignons de Paulet, portrait and 204 coloured plates, Paris, 1855, folio (332)

Wesley, £2 155. 2203 Loudon (J. C.) Arboretum et Fruticetum Britannicum, or the

Trees and Shrubs of Britain, 8 vol., numerous illustrations, 1844, 8vo. (137)

Bain, £2 18s. 2204 Moggridge (J. T.) Contributions to the Flora of Mentone

and to the Winter Flora of the Riviera, etc., coloured plates, 1874, royal 8vo. (152)

J. Bumpus, £2 18s. 2205 Montaigne (Michael, Lord of). Essays, second edition, done

into English by John Florio, with the scarce portrait of Florio, the titles to the first book and last leaf of the work in facsimile, the titles to the second and third books genuine, a sound and clean copy, calf gilt, g. e., 1613, folio (625)

Dobell, £2 16s. 2206 Moore (A. W.) The Alps in 1864, a Private Journal, illustra

tions, Privately printed, 1867, 8vo. (154) Bain, £10 1os. 2207 Moore (T.) Nature-Printed British Ferns, 2 vol., 114 plates, 1863

£! 45. 2208 Morgan (A. de). A Budget of Paradoxes, 1872, 8vo. (156)

Quaritch, £2 nos. 2209 Mostyn (John Armstrong). An actual Survey of the Great

Post Roads between London and Edinburgh, frontispiece, vignette of post-chaise on title, letterpress, and 44 copperplates within ornamental borders, engraved by Pyle, Page, Harrison, Luffman, Jerry, Prockter, Lodge, Conder, Bayly, Barber and Lizars, in the original half binding, 1776, 8vo. (563)

Sotheran, £3 [Bishop Percy's Road-book, with his autograph on flyleaf, and many entries in his handwriting. In front a list of inns used by the Duke of Northumberland, and at end pedigrees of the Percy family. Apparently Percy held the vicarage of Easton Maudit, concurrently with the Deanery of Carlisle, and took a great deal of trouble, by working out various routes, to discover the “nearest possible ways" between the two places, eventually reducing the distance from 260 to 246 miles. There are several other routes on loose sheets, with remarks characteristic of the difficulties of travelling at this period, and mentioning the necessity for

guides on certain roads.- Catalogue.) 2210 Napier (W. E. P.) History of the War in the Peninsula and

in the South of France from 1807-14, 6 vol., maps, etc., calf gilt, m. e., 1832-40, 8vo. (160)

Sotheran, £2 18s.

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