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

Quaritch, £5 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 ios. 2207 Moore (T.) Nature-Printed British Ferns, 2 vol., 114 plates, 1863

£l 4s. 2208 Morgan (A. de). A Budget of Paradoxes, 1872, 8vo. (156)

Quaritch, £2 ios. 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, 43 [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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2:12. I: A Lap.dary, or the History of Precious stones,

sheep (andra, 1947, 4t0 (011 M.:(81. 2 145. 2:13 Oura Irki Otontonaphy, or a Treatise on the compara.

t.or Ankevery of the ireth, a vol, numerous plates, hali mo.

TEXTOK !, unut, 1840) $, ros al 803 16 S. thoran, Li 12. 2:13 1.******apho al Somety The Publications, 61 vol.,

numerous codurrd and other plates, 16 vol, half morosco, ***,'en', letrard, x 1 , 2 tol in half cloth, the remainder in jutts med not sunnect to return, 184* 47. 4to

1 (n. [17 16. ::14 12' DD R The Grasses of Britain and Scotland, 3 sol, perus piatrs, al t. half russia, the others in cloth,

pour l'images for the I)«covery of the North. West Hasir, svol in i, mains and numerous plates, half murin me. 1*21* 410

athmin, { } 186. Tuuan Seulp or, their lives, Works and imes, vol, numerous putes, 184, 40.

thenin, (2 144 Mare of Ireland, with a geographi al de. tugesun of the Kingdom, engraved meie vith n border, esperard plates, original calf, Printed for and

le to wins, 1*:*, *10
W. Penuh 0,1 loemes Florar Germaniae

srl Terrarum actu enorum ergo Vect-ac c* &uur. Sol 1 Ir?, upwards of 2,020) corvured piales, the drye 31 vel in 14 half mornin, contents lettered, lung re una nuer in parts as issued. Topik: tta,

Irrier. ; tos. Boten of Dovery for exploring Hattın s Hay ! lagen varrh of a North West PAS b ** L. 10. mar and numerous plates, halt monument,

der.*, 28. 1 Mamern Mainters, $ vol, vol 1, fourth edition,

Verwe, and so first ed.rson, numerous foarte putih, 1841, 80 )!

Qurul. A. {14 121 d. 1 sen I am of Architecture, first ev!». plates, h, 1 H MI) 1972

Sargantall, 43 Ses of Iraure, yvol, numerous p'atrs, of xnal :11 0

14-1911. A, 410 poglera, Ipers to the Workn.en and ****ers of Great Hintain, from lanuary, 181 to 128. ut meru, Kland Index, in lases, 12:15*,

L3 WP Brolen Furra su Genera Musurum nom manirrahim illustrata, 6 vol. 6.30 pairs, THUEX, (tw.trots lettered, K !, un ut, Stullarni,

Bado, 11s jos Dans and Nights of Sa'mun shry in the post rc!: on, comed piates, and liustrat ont,

h, 1941. royal fra 211, 47 od.

2226 Seemann (B.) The Journal of Botany, British and Foreign,

vol. i.- xxxix., numerous coloured and other plates, etc., half morocco (the last vol. in parts to date), 1863-1901, 8vo. (215)

Quaritch, £14 55. 2227 Shakespeare (W.) Julius Cæsar, a Tragedy, as it is now

acted at the Theatre Royal, the second 4to. edition, a clean copy, but two or three headlines shaved, morocco gilt, g. e., 1684, 4to. (620)

Crockford, £3 35. 2228 Shakespeare (W.) Dramatic Works, facsimile of the first edition by Staunton, half morocco, 1866, folio (340)

Young, £4 ios. 2229 Shakespeare (W.) Works, edited by Clark and Glover, 9 vol., 1863-6, 8vo. (220)

Walford, £2 16s. 2230 Smollett (T.) Works, edited by Dr. Browne, 8 vol., portrait, 1872, 8vo. (226)

Sotheran, £4 45. 2231 Sowerby (Jas.) British Botany, or Coloured Figures of British

Plants, edited by J. T. B. Syme, vol. i.-xii., 1863-86— Supplements, vol. i.-iv., 1831-49--and parts 77-82, 1863-5, coloured plates, 15 vol. half morocco, g. t., I vol. cloth, and 6 parts, 1863, etc., 8vo. (229)

Wesley, 433 2232 Taunton (T. H.) Portraits of Celebrated Race-horses, com

mencing in 1702 and ending in 1870, with their respective pedigrees and performances in full, illustrated with upwards of 400 plates, 4 vol., half morocco, t. e. g., 1887, 4to. (572)

Quaritch, 63 18s. 2233 Tracts. The Negotiations of Thomas Woolsey, the great

Cardinall of England, composed by his Gentleman-t'sher (George Cavendish), portrait, first edition, 1641-A Decla. ration of the Practices and Treasons attempted and committed by Robert, late Earle of Essex and his Complices against her Majestie, with the blank leaf Aj in front of title, 1601 – Gunpowder Plot, a true and perfect relation of the whole proceedings against the late most barbarous Traitors, Garnet a Jesuite and his Confederates, title supplied in MS. and first two leaves torn, 1606, in i vol., old calf, 4to. (573)

Pickering, £5 2234 Vanbrugh (Sir John). The Relapse, or Virtue in Danger, a

Comedy, first edition, some leaves stained, half calf, m. e., 1697, 4to. (621)

Young, £1 25: 2235 Walton (E.) The Camel, its Anatomy, Proportions and Paces, numerous plates, 1865, imperial folio (342)

Hill, £175. 2236 Willkomm (M.) Illustrationes Flora Hispaniæ, parts i.-XX.,

numerous coloured plates, with 8vo. Supplement, Stuttgart, 1881-93, folio (346)

Iesley, £4 155. 2237 Wills (A.) “The Eagle's Nest” in the Valley of Sixt, a

Summer Home among the Alps, with Excursions among the great Glaciers, 2 maps and 12 tinted plates, original gilt cloth, 1860, 8vo. (256)

Leighton, £6 2238 Whymper (E.) Scrambles amongst the Alps in 1860-69,

maps and illustrations, 1871, 8vo. (264) Maggs, £1 6s. 2239 Wilson (W.) The Post-chaise Companion, or Traveller's

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Directory through Ireland, engraved title, frontispiece,
plates and map, first edition, uncut, original boards, with
label at back, 1786, 8vo. (565)
Maggs, £110s:

[Presentation copy from the author to Bishop Percy, with the original letter stating the plates are "first impressions on Columbine French paper." Contained an entry in the Bishop's autograph inside front cover.-Catalogue.]



(No. of Lots, 1341; amount realised, about £800.)

2240 Alken (H.) Shakespeare's Seven Ages of Man, 7 coloured
plates by H. Alken, with one page of text, sewed (no
wrapper), 1824, oblong 4to. (627) Spencer, £3 12s. 6d.
2241 Alken and Sala. The Funeral Procession of Arthur Duke of
Wellington, a coloured Panorama, 65 feet long, in cloth
portfolio, n. d. (548)
Myers, £6 5s.
2242 Apperley (C. J.) Nimrod's Northern Tour, cloth, uncut, W.
Spiers, 1838, 8vo. (216)
Hornstein, £3 17s. 6d.
2243 Blaeu (D. J.) Noveau Théâtre d'Italie, numerous folding
plates, plans, etc., 4 vol., Haga Comitum, 1724, imperial
folio (665)
Batsford, £2 IIS.
2244 Bowyer (R.) Illustrated Record of Important Events, 1812-15,
19 coloured and 3 other plates, in 2 parts, boards, uncut,
1815, folio (649)-The Campaign of Waterloo, 4 coloured
and 3 other plates, boards, uncut, 1816, folio (650)— His-
torical Narrative of Momentous Events, 1816-23, 3 coloured
and 5 other plates, boards, uncut, 1823, royal folio (651)

£4 155.
2245 Browning (R.) Paracelsus, first edition, original boards, with
label, E. Wilson, 1835, 8vo. (1046) Dobell, £6 7s. 6d.
2246 Carlyle (T.) Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship, first edition,
3 vol., uncut, 1824-and Sartor Resartus, first collected
edition, Fraser, 1834, 8vo. (956)
Maggs, £9 15s.
2247 Chetham Society. Publications, vol. I to 113, with Index to
the first 30 vol., and new series, vol. I to 4, 118 vol., cloth,
1844-85, small 4to. (278)
Dean, £9 12s. 6d.
2248 Dickens (C.) Tale of Two Cities, plates by "Phiz," cloth,
uncut, 1859, 8vo. (466)
Spencer, £2 10s.
2249 Dickens (C.) Works, illustrated library edition, 28 vol. (a
sheet loose in one volume), cloth, 1874-6, 8vo. (578)
G. H. Brown, £7
2250 Doyley (C.) The European in India, edited by Williamson

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