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Making the Best of It (in Hopes and Fears for Art), 33 pages (given to the Trade Guild of Learning at the Society of Arts)- The Prospects of Architecture in Civilization (a Lecture at the London Institution), 38 pages-Westminster Abbey [a Lecture to the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings), 12 pages, 1893, with printed pamphlet

- Preface to Arts and Crafts, July, 1893, signed William Morris, all the author's original autograph MSS., in foolscap, bound in 1 vol., Kelmscott vellum, small folio (1096)

Burton, £160 (€) Essex Press Publications. 3065 Keats (J.) Eve of St. Agnes, coloured frontispiece by R.

Savage and capitals, 125 copies printed and all on vellum, uncut, 1900, 8vo. (1131)

Bain, £3 155. 3066 Gray (T.) An Elegy written in a Country Churchyard,

coloured frontispiece by George Thomson and capitals, 125 copies printed and all on vellum, uncut, 1900, 8vo. (1132)

Maggs, £3 3067 Whitman (W.) President Lincoln's Funeral Hymn, coloured

frontispiece and capitals by C. R. Ashbee, 125 copies printed and all on vellum, uncut, 1900, 8vo. (1133)

Denham, £2 17s.6d. 3068 Castilis (Baldessar). The Courtyer, divided into foure bookes

very necessary and profitable for Yonge Gentilmen and Gentilwomen abiding in Court, Palaice or Place, done into Englyshe by Thomas Hoby, edited from the Editio Princeps by Janet E. Ashbee, woodcut capitals, limp vellum, uncut,

200 copies printed, 1900, 4to. (1134) Baiп, {2 12ѕ. 3069 Ashbee (C. R.) An Endeavour towards the Teaching of John

Ruskin and William Morris, being a brief Account of the Work, the Aims and the Principles of the Guild of Handicraft in East London, woodcut and capitals by G. Thomson, vellum, uncut, only 350 copies printed, 1901, 4to. (1135)

Dobell, £i is. 3070 Erasmus. The Praise of Folie. Moriæ Encomium, a Booke

made in Latin by that great Clerke Erasmus Roterdame, Englished by Sir Thomas Chaloner, Knight, anno 1549, edited by Janet E. Ashbee, illustrations by W. Strang, engraved by Bernard Sleigh, ornamental vellum binding, uncut, only 250 copies printed, 1901, small folio (1136)

Walter, £2 125. 3071 Penn (W.) Some Fruits of Solitude in reflections and maxims

relating to the Conduct of Human Life, woodcut by T. Sturge Moore, and capitals, vellum, uncut, only 250 copies

printed, 1901, small 4to. (1137) Shepherd, £r 195. 3072 Woolman (J.) Journal of Travels in the Service of the

Gospel, frontispiece by R. Savage, vellum, uncut, only 250 copies printed, 1901, small 4to. (1138)

Walter, 42 (5) Vale Press Publications. 3073 The Dial, an occasional publication, edited by C. S. Ricketts and C. H. Shannon, numerous illustrations, 5 parts, part i, original cloth as issued, the remainder in the original

wrappers, uncut, 1889-97, 4to. (1139) Matthews, £6 155. 3074 Blake (W.) The Book of Thel. Songs of Innocence and

Songs of Experience, woodcut borders and initial letters, original boards, unopened leaves, 210 copies printed, 1897 (1140)

Edwa £ius. 3075 Field (M.) Fair Rosamund, borders, initial letters in red,

original boards, unopened leaves, 210 copies printed, 1897 (1141)

Matthews, 175. 3076 Vaughan (H.) Sacred Poems, being a Selection, frontispiece,

border and initial letters, original boards, unopened leaves,

210 copies printed, 1897 (1142) Matthews, £i 25 3077 Keats (J.) Poems, edited by C. J. Holmes, borders and

initial letters, 2 vol., buckram, unopened leaves, 217 copies printed, 1898 (1143)

Matthews, £3 155 3078 Blake (W.) Poetical Sketches, woodcut borders and initial letters, original boards, unopened leaves, 1899 (1144)

Matthews, £1 is. 3079 Rossetti (D. G.) Hand and Soul, borders and initial letters,

original boards, unopened leaves, 1899 (1145) Matthews, £i 3080 Guérin (M. de). The Centaur, the Bacchante, translated

from the French by T. S. Moore, illustrations, buckram, unopened leaves, only 150 copies printed, 1899 (1146)

Matthews, £1 is. 3081 Shakespeare (W.) Sonnets, seen through the press by T. S.

Moore, border and initial letter, etc., buckram, unopened leaves, 1899 (1147)

Edwards, £i 175. 3082 Shakespeare (W..) Works, seen through the press by T. S.

Moore, decorated by Charles Ricketts, 21 vol., original

cloth, unopened leaves, 1900 (1148) Matthews, £15 155. 3083 Cellini (Benvenuto). Life, translated from the Italian by J. A.

Symonds, seen through the press by C. J. Holmes, and decorated by C. S. Ricketts, 2 vol., uncut, 1900, small folio (1149)

Matthews, £3 6s. 3084 Tennyson (Alfred Lord). Lyric Poems, seen through the

press by C. J. Holmes, woodcut border and initials by C. S. Ricketts, buckram, uncut, 1900 (1150)— In Memoriam, seen through the press by C. J. Holmes, woodcut border and initials by C. S. Ricketts, buckram, uncut, 1900 (1151)

Mathews, £,2 145. 3085 Flaubert (G.) La Légende de Saint Julien l'Hospitalier, woodcut and border, one of 226 copies, uncut, 1900 (1152)

Mathews, 155; 3086 Rubaiyát (The) of Omar Khayyám, translated by Edward

Fitzgerald, woodcut frontispiece and border, etc. by C. S.
Ricketts, uncut, 1901 (1153)

Quaritch, £2 16s. 3087 Villon. , Autres Poésies de Maistre François Villon et de

son École, woodcut, coloured border, and initials, uncut, one of 226 copies, 1901 (1154)

Mathews, £1 ios. 3088 Field (Michael). The Race of Leaves, a Play, ornamental woodcut border, initial and scroll-work, uncut, 1901 (1155)

A. Smith, £1

3089 Flaubert (G.) Une Caur Simple, woodcut and borders by L. Pissarro, uncut, one of 226 copies, 1901 (1156)

Mathews, 135. 3090 Flaubert (G.) Hérodias, woodcut and borders by L. Pissarro,

uncut, one of 226 copies, 1901 (1157) Mathews, 155. 3091 Verhaeren (Emile). Les Petits Vieux, Japanese vellum paper,

one of 230 copies, coloured frontispiece and ornamental initial letters, designed by L. Pissarro, uncut, 1901, oblong (1158)

Mathews, 18s. 3092 Amorum Cupidinis et Psyches, e Lucii Apulei Metamor

phoseon Libris, Textum recensuit C. J. Holmes, woodcuts and borders by C. S. Ricketts, uncut, 1901, small folio (1159)

Edwards, £i nis. 3093 Arnold (Matthew). Empedocles on Etna, uncut, 1896 (1160)

Dobell, 125. 3094 Drayton (M.) Nimphidia and the Muses Elizium, uncut and unopened edges, 1896 (1161)

Crawshaw, 135. 3095 Field (Michael). Fair Rosamund, original issue, uncut and opened edges, 1897, 8vo. (1162)

Crawshaw, 135. 3096 Chatterton (T.) The Rowley Poem, 2 vol., original issue, uncut and unopened edges, 1898, 8vo. (1163)

Crawshaw, £! 5s. 3097 Sidney (Sir Philip). Sonnets, uncut and unopened edges, 1898 (1164)

Èdwards, 155. 3098 Tennyson. In Memoriam-and Lyric Poems, 2 vol., buckram, uncut and unopened edges, 1900 (1165)

Shepherd, £i ios. 3099 Field (Michael). The Race of Leaves, uncut and unopened edges, 1901 (1166)

Crawshaw, 145. 3100 Apuleius (Lucius). De Cupidinis et Psyches Amoribus, edited

by C. J. Holmes, border and 5 woodcut illustrations, uncut and unopened edges, 1901, imperial 8vo. (1167)

Crawshaw, £1 4s. 3101 Verhaeren (Emile). Les Petits Vieux, coloured frontispiece, printed on pure Roman vellum, uncut, 1901 (1168)

Parker, 16s. 3102 Fifty Songs by Thomas Campion, chosen by John Gray,

woodcut border and initial letters by C. S. Ricketts, uncut, 1896 (1170)

Crawshaw, £12 3103 The Poems and Songs of Sir John Suckling, edited by John

Gray, woodcut border and initial letters by C. S. Ricketts, uncut, 1896 (1171)

Quaritch, £13 3104 Rossetti (D. G.) The Blessed Damozel, limited to 210 copies, uncut, 1898, 8vo. (1173)

S. C. Brown, £ i 6s. 3105 Symonds (J. A.) Life of Cellini, 2 vol., small folio, uncut, 1900 (1176)

J. Bumpus, £3 3s. (n) Other Properties. 3106 Ackermann (R.) History of the Abbey Church of St. Peter's,

Westminster, 2 vol., coloured engravings by Pugin, Mackenzie, etc., russia gilt, g. e., 1812, 4to. (645)

J. Bumpus, £5 175. 6d.

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3107 Ackermann (R.) History of the University of Oxford, 2 vol.,

coloured engravings by Pugin, Nash, etc., including the interiors and costumes, russia gilt, g. e., 1814, 4to. (646)

J. Bumpus, £13 3108 Ackermann (R.) History of the University of Cambridge, 2

vol., coloured engravings by Pugin, Nash, etc., including the interiors and costumes, russia gilt, g. e., 1815, 4to. (647)

Roche, £13 3109 Ackermann (R.) History of the Colleges of Winchester,

Eton and Westminster, with the Charter-House, the
Schools of St. Paul's, etc. and the Free School of Christ's
Hospital, with 48 coloured engravings by Pugin and others,
russia gilt, g.e., 1816, 4to. (648)

Roche, £17 ios. [The above four lots were exceptionally large and fine

copies, and were uniformly bound. - Catalogue.] 3110 Alken (H.) Analysis of the Hunting Field ... a Souvenir

of the Season, 1845-6, first edition, numerous coloured plates by H. Alken and woodcuts, original cloth, g. e., R. Ackermann, 1846 (254)

Hornstein, Łu 55. 3111 Alken (H.) The Grand Leicestershire Steeple Chase, March

12, 1829, a series of 8 large coloured plates from the original paintings, engraved by C. Bentley, with an Account of this Race by “Nimrod” (C. J. Apperley), copied from the Sporting Magazine of April, 1829 (no title), half bound, R.

Ackermann, 1830, oblong folio (687) Hornstein, £36 3112 Annals of Sporting and Fancy Gazette, vol. i. to xiii. (all pub

lished), numerous coloured plates by Alken and other illustrations (vol. i. to iv. wanted titles and a few leaves, vol. xii. and xiij. wanted the plates), half bound (sold not subject to return), 1822-28, 8vo. (255)

Dixon, £21 3113 Apperley (C. J.) Hunting Reminiscences. Memoirs of

Masters of Hounds, Notices of Crack Riders, etc., first edition, illustrated by Wildrake, Henderson and Alken, original cloth, uncut, R. Ackermann, 1843, 8vo. (258)

Hornstein, £8 [Published at 16s., demy 8vo. There are 32 uncoloured

full-page plates and maps.-ED.) 3114 Badminton Library, a complete set of 28 vol., LARGE PAPER, in the original half roan binding, 1885-96, 4to. (651-674)

Maggs, £33 [On January 16th last a similar set realised £50 at Foster's. The volumes mentioned above were catalogued separately, but sold in one lot for the sum named, which is hardly more than would have been obtained a few years ago for “Hunting” alone. All the books belonging to this

series have recently declined very greatly in value.-ED.] 3115 Basan (Fr.) Cabinet Choiseul ou Recueil d'estampes gravées

d'après les Tableaux du Cabinet de M. le Duc de Choiseul, par les soins du Sieur Basan, engraved title by Choffard, dedication, portrait of the Duc de Choiseul, description of the paintings on 12 pages and 128 plates, brilliant proof impressions before the letters, engraved by Baquoy, Binet

Delvaux, Massard, Ponce, etc., mounted (encadrées) to range in size with the Cabinet de Poullain, which was printed on a larger paper, with the addition of another portrait of the Duc de Choiseul, and at the end 11 extra plates (said to be unpublished) from the Cabinets de Mons. le Duc de Praslin et du Viscomte de Choiseul. This copy also contains, in manuscript, the prices at which the paintings were sold, contemporary French morocco janseniste, gilt on m. e., with the ex-libris of M. Blondel, Maître des Requêtes, inside cover, Paris, 1771, 4to. (918)-Cabinet Poullain ou Collection de cent-vingt estampes, gravées d'après les Tableaux et Dessins qui composoient le Cabinet de M. Poullain, exécutés sous la direction du Sieur Fr. Basan, graveur . : . le sieur Moitte, peintre, proof impressions before letters of the 120 plates by Alix, Beitaux, Dambrun, Halbou, de Longueil, Macret, etc., contemporary French morocco janseniste, gilt on m. e., binding slightly rubbed on the upper side, with the ex-libris of M. Blondel, Maître des Requêtes, inside cover, Paris, chez

Basan et Poignant, 1781, 4to. (919) J. Bumpus, £22; 3116 Bible (The Holie), by Taverner, black letter. old boards, sold

not subject to return, Imprynted at London by John Daye and William Seres, rvii. day of August, 1549 (1539?), folio (318)

Ellis, £13 [Collation : Title (torn) within a border of 14 woodcuts, on reverse of title an Almanack for xxix. Yeares. Kalendar, i leaf (I wanted). To the Reader, a Table, etc., 14 leaves. The Bokes of Moses, folios i.-lxxxvi., title of the Seconde Part within 6 woodcuts. Joshua to Job, folio i. (reverse of title) to cxiii. (two unnumbered pages between xlviii. and xlix.), title of the Thyrd Part within 6 woodcuts. Reverse of title, woodcut and Psalms to Malachi, folios ii.-cxlv. Title of Apocrypha within 6 woodcuts. Reverse of title, To the Reader and text begins folios ii.-lxxvi. Title, the Newe Testament within 6 woodcuts (torn), William Tyndale unto the Christian Reader, 3 pages. Newe Testament, folios iii.-cxxii., including the Table, 3 pages (numbering

omits folio lxxxv.).- Catalogue.] 3117 Bible (The Holie), by Thomas Matthewe, black letter, wanted title-page, calf (sold not subject to return), 1549, folio (315)

Bull, Lun 15. [A reprint in 1549 of the Bible of 1537, printed by

Wylliam Hill and Thomas Reynolds.--- Catalogue.] 318 Bible (The Holie), by Cranmer, black letter. stained by wet, old calf (sold not subject to return), 1539, folio (316)

Sotheran, £29 105. (Collation : Woodcut title, 1 leaf (missing Calendar, 2 leaves ; a Descripcyon of the Kings of Juda, i leaf; an Exhortacyon, etc., 2 leaves). Genesis to Deuteronomie, folios 1-84. Second Parte of the Bible, woodcut title, 1 leaf, folios ii. to 123 and i leaf blank. Thirde Parte of the Bible, woodcut title, i leaf, folios i to 127 and 130-134. Bokes

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