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issues of the same edition. One of the latter on large paper sold at this same sale (Lot 562) for £7, cloth boards, uncut. On March 19th another copy of the late issue realised £12 15s. (Hodgson's). Three of the plates were defective. -ED.]

2665 Racinet (M. A.) Le Costume Historique, 500 plates (300 coloured), 6 vol., in 20 portfolios, small 4to., and the volume of text, sewed, Paris, 1888, 8vo. (86) Parsons, £8 10s. 2666 Richardson (S.) Sir Charles Grandison, first edition, 7 vol., calf, 1754, 8vo. (395) Pickering, £2 18s. 2667 Robins' Panoramic Representation of the Queen's Visit to the City on the Ninth of November, 1837, coloured, nearly 10 feet long, in cloth case, 8vo. (75) Maggs, £1 175. 2668 Romei (Count H.) The Courtiers' Academie, comprehending Seven Severall Dayes' Discourses, original vellum, Valentine Sims (1598), small 4to. (370) Pickering, £3 7s. 6d.

[Originally written in Italian by Romei, and now translated into English by J(ohn) K(eper).-ED.]

2669 Rossetti (D. G.) Ballads and Sonnets, LARGE AND THICK PAPER (one of 25 copies printed for subscribers only), boards, uncut, 1881, 8vo. (122) Wesley, 11 IOS. 2670 Rossetti (D. G.) Collected Works, edited by W. M. Rossetti, LARGE PAPER (one of 25 copies printed for subscribers only), 2 vol., in 4 parts, boards, uncut, 1886, 8vo. (123) Sotheran, £12 IOS. 2671 Rowlandson (T.) Goldsmith (O.) The Vicar of Wakefield, 24 coloured plates by Rowlandson, morocco extra, gilt top, uncut, Ackermann, 1817, royal 8vo. (449)

Hornstein, £9 105. 2672 Rowlandson (T.) World in Miniature, No. 2, 40 etchings, half bound, with the wrapper, Ackermann, 1816, 8vo. (450) Robson, £8 10s. 2673 Salzmann (C. G.) Elements of Morality, first edition, 50 plates by W. Blake, with list of plates to each vol., 3 vol., calf, 1791, 8vo. (404) Bumpus, £3 1OS. 2674 Sandford (Fr.) Coronation of James II. and his Queen, 30 folding engravings of the ceremonial, procession, rejoicings, regalia, etc., panel calf, rebacked, 1687, folio (235)

Walford, £4 1OS. 2675 Sams (W.) A Tour of Paris, illustrated with 21 coloured plates, accompanied with descriptive letterpress, half morocco gilt, gilt top, 1822, folio (539) Hill & Son, £9 2676 Seebohm (H.) A History of British Birds, with their Geographical Description and Classification, coloured plates, 4 vol., half morocco, gilt tops, with the wrappers bound in, R. H. Porter, 1883-95, 8vo. (145) Rolfe, £4 15s.

2677 Shelley (P. B.) Laon and Cythna, or the Revolution of the Golden City, first edition, half morocco, t. e. g., uncut, 1818, 8vo. (439) Dobell, £17 5s. The collation is as

[The edges were slightly stained. follows:-Title, blank leaf, preface (v.-xxii.), dedication (xxiii.-xxxii.), half title, and text, pages 1-270. There should

be a leaf containing an advertisement by C. and J. Ollier, who had just published Shelley's "Proposal for putting Reform to the Vote," and also a leaf of errata, both at the end.-ED.]

2678 Shelley (P. B.) The Masque of Anarchy, with Preface by Leigh Hunt, first edition, original cloth, Moxon, 1832, 8vo. (407) Robson, £3 2s. 6d. 2679 Shelley (P. B.) The History of a Six Weeks' Tour, first edition, original half binding, uncut, 1817, 8vo. (438) Maggs, £3 10s.

[This "Tour" was originally published by Thomas Hookham, ut supra, and, like the majority of Shelley's writings, proved a commercial failure. Twelve years later the remainder was bought by John Brooks, who re-issued the work with a fresh title-page. This re-issue of 1829 is very much scarcer and of considerably greater value than copies of the original edition.-ED.]

2680 Siebold et Hoffmann. Bibliotheca Japonica (100 copies printed), Books 1 to 3, boards, Lugd. Bat., 1833-41, royal 4to. (551) Quaritch, £2 5s. 2681 Speed (J.) A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World, W. Humble, 1646—and England, Wales and Scotland Described, G. Humble, 1627, numerous maps, in 1 vol., original calf, oblong 12mo. (368) Pickering, £2 25. 2682 Swift (J.) The Beast's Confession to the Priest, sewed, T. Cooper, 1738, 8vo. (402)

Maggs, £2 16s. 2683 Symonds (Dr. J. A.) Verses, edited by his Son, first edition, cloth, Privately printed, 1871, 8vo. (413) Maggs, £1 13s. 2684 Temminck (C. J.) Verhandelingen over de Naturlijke Geschiedenis der Nederlandsche Overzeesche Bezittingen (Dutch East Indies), Ethnology, Zoology and Botany, upwards of 255 litho. and other plates, many coloured, 3 vol., half morocco, Leiden, 1839-44, folio (571)

Quaritch, £9 10s. 2685 Tennyson (Lord). In Memoriam, first edition (earliest issue, with advertisement, dated February, 1850), original cloth, uncut, E. Moxon, 1850, 8vo. (421) Denham, £5 2s. 6d. 2686 The Houghton Gallery. A Set of Prints engraved after the most capital Paintings in the Collection of the Empress of Russia, lately in the Possession of the Earl of Orford, at Houghton in Norfolk, portraits of the Empress Catherine and Sir Robert Walpole, vignettes on titles, plans, etc. and 130 engravings (some mezzotints), 2 vol., old morocco (rubbed), the lower margins of a few plates in vol. 2 dampstained, J. Boydell, 1788, atlas folio (238) Roche, £18 5s. 2687 Thackeray (W. M.) The Nation, for May 13th, 1843, containing a Poem and a Woodcut by Thackeray, Dublin, 1843, 8vo. (409) Denham, L1 IOS. 2688 The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine for 1856, conducted by Members of the Two Universities, the 12 numbers, sewed, London, Bell and Daldy, Fleet Street, 1856 (121)

Maggs, £20

[The above copy of this literary periodical, containing contributions by D. G. Rossetti, William Morris, E. BurneJones and others, was in the original green wrappers, with the advertisements, as issued.-Catalogue.]

2689 Thomson (J.) Alfred, a Masque, morocco extra, gilt edges, 1740, 8vo. (512) Denham, £3 IOS. [This Masque was performed before the Prince and Princess of Wales at Clifden on August 1st, 1740.

It is

noticeable as containing the original rendering of "Rule, Britannia," composed for it and then sung for the first time. -ED.]

2690 Vaughan (H.) Works in Prose and Verse, edited by Grosart, illustrations (106 copies, Printed for private circulation), 4 vol., morocco extra, tooled inner borders, gilt edges, by Rivière, 1871, 8vo. (43) Maggs, £4 7s. 6d. 2691 Virgil. The Bucoliks of Publius Virgilius Maro, newly translated into English Verse, by A. F(leming), black letter (top corner of each page cut and wormed), 1589, 8vo. (367)

Pickering, £3 2s. 6d. 2692 Wilkinson (R.) Londina Illustrata, numerous illustrations and plans, 2 vol., half morocco, gilt top (1825), 4to. (194)

D. Reeves, £5 2693 Yule (Colonel H.) The Book of Ser Marco Polo, maps and plates, 2 vol., cloth, 1871, 8vo. (56) Sotheran, £3 7s. 6d. On March 19th, 20th and 21st, Messrs. Hodgson also disposed of a Miscellaneous Collection of Books. The following are


2694 Burlington Fine Arts Club. Illustrated Catalogue of Bookbindings, frontispiece and 113 coloured facsimile plates, buckram, 1891, atlas 4to. (267) Quaritch, £11 2695 Burlington Fine Arts Club. European Enamels from the earliest date to the end of the Seventeenth Century, folding frontispiece in gold and colours and 71 plates, buckram, 1897, atlas 4to. (268) Quaritch, £6 10s. 2696 Burlington Fine Arts Club. Steel and Iron Work, European, 70 plates, buckram, 1900, atlas 4to. (269) Parsons, £5 10s. 2697 Boydell. Shakespeare Prints, 96 plates from paintings by Northcote, Smirke, Westall, Fuseli, Reynolds, Stothard, etc. (should be 100, a few stained and torn), 2 vol. in 1, 1803, atlas folio (967) J. Rimell, £9 12s. 6d. 2698 Forcellini. Totius Latinitatis Lexicon, cura et studio Vincentius De Vit, 6 vol., sewed, Prati, 1858-75, 4to. (903) Lorentz, £2 35. 2699 Lea (Isaac). Observations on the Genus Unio, plates (some coloured), vol. I to 10, and Description of some New Fossil Shells, and a Synopsis of the Family of Naiades, in 4 vol., half calf, Philadelphia, 1832, 4to. (278) Sotheran, £2 8s. 2700 Millais (J. G.) A Breath from the Veldt, illustrations, 1895, imperial 4to. (600) Bumpus, £6 2s. 6d. 2701 Perelle. Les Places, Portes et Maisons de Paris, Veues de

Chantilly, Veues de Rome, etc., 6 titles and 280 views and plans, old calf, Paris, chez Mariette et Langlois, oblong 4to. (257) J. Rimell, £8 15s. 2702 Turner (D.) Fuci, or Coloured Figures and Descriptions of the Plants referred by Botanists to the Genus Fucus, 258 coloured plates, 4 vol., half morocco, gilt tops, 1808-19, 4to. (277) Hermann, £3 155.

[MARCH 12TH, 13TH AND 14TH, 1902.]



(No. of Lots, 800; amount realised, £557 12s.)

2703 Abbott (H.) Antiquities of Rome, aquatint plates, half bound, 1820, atlas folio (788)

Bartham, £1 3s.

2704 Abstracts of Somersetshire Wills, 6 vol., half bound, uncut, Privately printed, 1887, folio (548)

Crisp, £3 Hornstein, £6

2705 Ainsworth (W. H.) Life and Adventures of Mervyn Clitheroe, complete in parts, 1858, 8vo. (75)

2706 Balzac (H. de). Euvres Complétes, 20 vol., illustrations, half morocco, 1853-55, 8vo. (143)

2707 Beaumont and Fletcher. Works, 10 vol., calf,

Quaritch, £3 1750, 8vo. (94) Hill, £110s.

2708 Boswell (James). Life of Johnson, 10 vol., portraits and frontispieces, cloth, 1833, 8vo. (217)

Sotheran, £I IS.

2709 Cabinet of Genius (The), in 3 vol., plates in brown, calf, 1787, 4to. (285) Sotheran, £4 2s. 6d. 2710 Claude. Liber Veritatis, with Descriptions, 2 vol., plates, boards, Boydell, 1777-1819, royal folio (789)

2711 Claude.

Bartham, £2 155.

Liber Veritatis, a series of 200 aquatint plates in brown, arranged in a volume, with letterpress description and portrait, a few extra engravings inserted, 1777-1819, folio (777) Denning, £3 6s.

2712 Combe (W.) Tour of Dr. Syntax through London, coloured title and 19 plates by Williams, 1820, 8vo. (53) Sabin, £3 2713 Costume. Picturesque Representations of the Dress and Manners of the English, numerous coloured plates, half bound, uncut, J. Goodwin, n. d., 8vo. (591) Maggs, £I IS. 2714 Daniel (T.) Oriental Scenery, Antiquities of India, Indian Views, 4 vol., coloured plates (sold not subject to return), v. y., folio (550)

2715 D'Arblay (Madame). Diary and Letters, 7

1842, 8vo. (76)

Otani, £8 10s. vol., half morocco, Shepherd, £ 2s. by Phiz," with

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2716 Dickens (C.) Nicholas Nickleby, plates extra series of plates by Onwhyn, etc., half calf, 1839, 8vo.


Karslake, £2 2s.

2717 Dickens (C.)

Pickwick Papers, first edition, plates by Seymour and "Phiz," with the Buss plates, 1837, 8vo. (371) Spencer, £3 12s. 6d. 2718 Egan (Pierce). Boxiana, 5 vol., portraits, original boards, uncut (some backs wanted), 1824, 8vo. (74)

Hornstein, £12 155.

2719 Evelyn (J.) Memoirs, edited by Bray, 5 vol., portrait, boards, uncut, 1827, 8vo. (47) A. Jackson, £2 6s. 2720 Farmer (J. S.) Merry Songs and Ballads, 5 vol., boards, uncut, Privately printed, 1897, 8vo. (68) Sotheran, £2 25. 2721 Fielding (Henry). History of Tom Jones, 6 vol., first edition, calf, 1749, 8vo. (448) J. Baker, £2 10S. 2722 Forlong (J. G.) Rivers of Life, 2 vol., and atlas of plates, cloth, 1883, 4to. (279) Quaritch, £3 15s. 2723 French Revolution. Collection des Mémoires relatifs à la Révolution Française, 58 vol., half calf gilt, v. y., 8vo. (26) Quaritch, £4 4s. 2724 Guercino. Eighty-two Prints from the originals, engraved by Bartolozzi, 2 vol., plates, Boydell, n. d., folio (794)

Bartham, £8 10S. 2725 Hazlitt (W. C.) Shakespeare's Library, 6 vol., 1875, 8vo. (252) A. Jackson, £2 12s. 2726 Heures a lusaige de Bourges toutes au long sans riens requerir, gothic letter, with ornamental borders (including the Dance of Death), which, together with 10 full-page woodcuts, are illuminated in gold and colours, russia, Imprimees à Paris. Pour Guillaume godar demourāt a Paris au bout du pont au change, 1562, 8vo. (612)

Thorp, £4 7s. 6d. 2727 Holy Bible, 2 vol., illustrated by Doré, morocco, g. e., n. d., 4to. (541) Thorp, £1 2s. 2728 Howitt (W.) Northern Heights of London, cloth, 1869, 8vo. (72) G. H. Brown, £1 6s. [Original edition, published by Longmans. The volume contains numerous woodcut views in the districts of Highgate, Hampstead and neighbourhood.-ED.]

2729 Japanese Native Magazine. Kok Kwa, 9 vol. and 23 parts, many coloured plates, folio (763)

Isaacs, £7 15s. 53, most interesting 1660-61, small 4to. Richardson, £10

2730 Kingdome's Intelligencer (The), Nos. 1 to details of contemporary events, calf, (540) 2731 Lawrence (Sir Thomas). Engravings from the Choicest Works of, mezzotints, half morocco, g. e., Graves and Co., n. d., folio (543) Pollard, £62 2732 Memoirs of the Empress Josephine-Courts of Louis XIV. and XV.-Royal Family of France-Court of St. Cloud— Memoirs of Madame de Montpesan and Margaret de Valois (by Madame Ducrest), together II vol. (limited number printed), Nichols, 1894-5, 8vo. (366) C. Jackson, £2 45 2733 Metz (C. M.) Imitations of Ancient and Modern Drawings from the Restoration of the Arts in Italy, with ex-libris, 1798, folio (792) Bartham, £1 155.



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