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[Pp. xiv. 391, with 20 full-page illustrations by the author.
-ED.] 3330 Historic, Military and Naval Anecdotes of Incidents in the Last War, coloured plates, half morocco, 1819, 4to. (263)
Maggs, £8 ios. 3331 Honter (loannes). Rudimentorum Cosmographicorum libri
III., numerous woodcut maps, including one of America, morocco extra, Antverpiæ, apud Isannem Richardum, 1560, 8vo. (468)
S. Low, £2 6s. 3332 Hubbard (Wm.) The present State of New England, large
copy, with the original woodcut, “Wine Hills," maps remargined and mounted, title and license leaf, repaired, morocco extra, 1677, 4to. (484)
H. Stevens, £38 3333 Humphreys (H. N.) History of the Art of Printing, facsimiles, cloth, 1867, folio (158)
Quaritch, L2 ios. 3334 Ireland. List of the Claims as they are entered with the
Trustees of Chichester House on College Green, Dublin, with the slip Memorandum on back of title, morocco super extra, gilt edges, by F. Bedford, Dublin, printed by ). Ray, 1701, folio (564)
Leighton, 26 155. 3335 Jackson (Lady). French Court and Society, Reign of Louis XVI., 2 vol., first edition, cloth, 1881, 8vo. (415)
Bumpus, £3 175. 6d. 3336 James II. History of the Coronation of James II. and his Consort Queen Mary, copperplates, calf, 1687, folio (106)
. Baines, £5 1os. 3337 James (Captain Thomas). The Strange and Dangerous
Voyage in his intended discovery of the North-West Passage into the South Sea, map in facsimile, calf extra, John
Legutt for John Partridge, 1633, 4to. (485) J. Grant, £5 55. 3338 Lescarbot (Marc). Histoire de la Nouvelle-France contenant
les navigations decouvertes et habitations faites par les François en Indes Occidentales et Nouvelle France, third and best edition, four folding maps, morocco extra, by Chambolle-Duru, Paris, Adrian Perier, 1618, 8vo. (472)
H. Stevens, £9 155. [Contains also “Les Muses de la Nouvelle France."
Catalogue.) 3339 Lucian, made English from the Originall by Joseph Mayne,
translated by Fr. Hicks, 2 vol. in i, first edition, the dedication copy to William, Marquesse of Newcastle, morocco extra, gold ornamental tooling on sides, gilt edges, 1664, folio (563)
Maggs, £2 128. 6d. 3340 Mather (Cotton). India Christiana. A Discourse delivered
unto the Commissioners for the propagation of the Gospel among the American Indians, clean copy, in the original sheepskin binding, Boston, B. Green, 1721, 8vo. (470)
Quaritch, 24 75. 6d. (One of the rarest of Mather's works, especially so in this fine condition. The page of "Corrigenda," usually wanting, is pasted inside the end board. Pages 52-55 contain “The
Sum of Christianity taught unto the Indians," printed in the Indian language, with translation.-Catalogue.] 3341 Mather (Cotton). Late Memorable Providences relating to Witchcraft and Possessions, morocco extra, Thomas Parkhurst, 1691, 8vo. (471) Maggs, £6 12s. 6d. 3342 Mather (Cotton). Magnalia Christi Americana, or the Ecclesiastical History of New England, map, fine copy, half morocco extra, but without the leaf of Parkhurst's books at the end, Thomas Parkhurst, 1702, folio (493)
J. Grant, £6 15s.
3343 Messingham (Tho.) Florilegium Insulæ Sanctorum seu Vita et Acta Sanctorum Hiberniæ, with portraits of St. Columb, St. Patrick and St. Brigit, old morocco extra, gilt edges, Paris, 1624, folio (568) Ridler, £3 10s. 3344 Morris (Rev. F. O.) A History of British Birds, 6 vol., numerous coloured plates, half morocco gilt, 1870, 8vo. (94) G. H. Brown, £4 7s. 6d. 3345 Motley (J. L.) United Netherlands, 4 vol., first edition, cloth, 1860, 8vo. (414) Edwards, £3 3346 News and Intelligence (The), 1663-65, in 2 vol., calf, small 4to. (150) Quaritch, £16 5s. 3347 Pater (W.) Marius the Epicurean, 2 vol., first edition, cloth, uncut, 1885, 8vo. (411) Lent, £ 12s. 6d. 3348 Pater (W.) Works, comprising Imaginary Portraits-Appreciations--Marius the Epicurean-Studies of the Renaissance, first editions, 5 vol., cloth, uncut, v. y., 8vo. (413) Lent, £8 2s. 6d. 3349 Philpot (John, Martyr). Examinations of the Martyr of Christ, John Philpot, Archdeacon of Winchester, in the tyme of his sore imprisonments, etc., large copy, calf gilt, 1556, folio (510) Johnson, L1 17s. 6d. 3350 Plutarchus. Opuscula (Græcè) Ex-Quæ vocantur Parallela, together 3 vol., morocco super extra, with rich gold borders, silk and vellum fly-leaves, gilt edges, by Bozerian, Renouard's copy, Venet., Áldus, 1509-19, 4to. (541)
Leighton, 14 5s.
[This copy sold in Renouard's sale for 600 francs; Sykes' copy for £32 10s.; Dr. Heath's copy for £50.- Catalogue.] 3351 Sarate (Aug.) The Strange and Delectable History of the Discoverie and Conquest of Peru, translated by T. Nicholas, black letter, two titles and numerous woodcuts in the text, morocco, headlines and some woodcuts cut into, Richard Johnes, 1581, 4to. (487) H. Stevens, £7 15s. 3352 Scott (Sir Walter). Guy Mannering, 3 vol., first edition, original boards, uncut, Edinburgh, 1815, 8vo. (257)
[Another copy, also in the original boards, but with one leaf damaged, realised £70 at Sotheby's on January 29th, 1901. See BOOK-PRICES CURRENT, vol. xv., No. 2668.— ED.]
3353 Smith (Captaine John). The generall Historie of Virginia, New England and the Summer Isles, large and perfect
copy of the text with the first state of the engraved title, portrait of the Duchess of Richmond, by Passe, from the counterfeit plate and portrait of Matoaka from the Richardson plate, the 4 maps wanted, morocco extra, by Zaehnsdorf, 1. D. and I. H. for Michael Sparkes, 1624, folio (494)
Pickering, £10 1os. 3354 Smith (Samuel). The History of the Colony of Nova
Cæsaria or New Jersey, morocco extra, Burlington in New
David Hall in Philadelphia, 1765, 8vo. (474) Quaritch, L:6 3355 Smith (William). The History of the Province of New York,
half morocco extra, the view of Oswego in facsimile,
Thomas Wilcox, 1757, 4to. (488) H. Stevens, £5 ios. 3356 Stevenson (R. L.) Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes,
first edition, cloth, 1879, 8vo. (416) W. T. Spencer, £! 1os. 3357 Stevenson (R. L.) Virginibus Puerisque, first edition, cloth, 1881, 8vo. (417)
Col. Roberts, £,2 6s. 3358 Thorowgood (Thomas). Jewes in America, or probabilities
that the Americans are of that Race, large copy, with some rough leaves, some cut into at the bottom, calf, W. H. for Tho. Slater, 1650, 4to. (489)
J. Grant, 63 3359 Waller (Edmund). Poems, etc., written by Mr. Ed. Waller
of Beckonsfield, Esquire. All the Lyrick Poems in this Book were set by Mr. Henry Lawes, printed and published according to order, one of the copies which has Ġ 7 and 8, and sheet H, containing The Speeches, plain margin of title and tops of one or two leaves mended, otherwise good copy, morocco extra, gilt edges, by Rivière, Printed by T. W. for Humphrey Mosley, 1645 (256) Barnes, £10 155.
[According to Lowndes and other bibliographers, this is the first authorised published edition, and it is also considered so by Locker-Lampson in describing the copy in the Rowfant collection. The Advertisement to the Reader” specially makes mention that “there is lately obtruded to the world an adulterate copy, surreptitiously and illegally imprinted, to the derogation of the Author and the abuse of the Buyer. But in this Booke they appeare in their pure
originals.”—Catalogue.] 3360 Wilkinson (R.) Londina Illustrata, 2 vol., plates, half morocco, 1819, imperial 4to. (128)
Hill, £3 155. 3361 Wilson (A.) American Ornithology, 9 vol., coloured plates, half bound, Philadelphia, 1808-14, 4to. (264)
G. H. Brown, £8 3362 Wood (William). New Englands Prospect. A true, lively
and experimentall description of that part of America commonly called New England, title mended and defective, map and last leaf in facsimile, morocco extra, Tho. Cotes for John Bellamie, 1635, 4to. (491) H. Stevens, £4 155.
[MARCH 26TH AND 27TH, 1902.]
SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE.
A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF BOOKS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES.
(No. of Lots, 398; amount realised, £512 2s. 6d.)
3364 Ashmole (Elias).
3363 Alken (H.) "Notions," Sporting Subjects, 35 in number, all coloured, with good margins, mounted in an album, oblong folio (393) Rimell, £6 Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum, containing severall Poeticall Pieces of our Famous English Philosophers, plates, including that at page 117, original calf, 1652, 4to. (70) Mason, £4 3365 Baker (G.) History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton, 2 vol., plates and pedigrees, half calf, 1822-30, folio (384) Quaritch, £7 3366 Bancroft (H. H.) The Native Races of the Pacific States of North America, 5 vol., numerous maps, etc., New York, 1875-6, 8vo. (23) Gower, £2 Prices at which 1886 to 1897, II Halewood, £8 8s.
3368 Bowlker (R.) The Art of Angling Improved, interleaved with curious advertisement on folding leaf addressed "To all Lovers of Angling," old calf, Worcester, M. Olivers, n. d. (circa 1758), 8vo. (16) Mason, £2
3367 Book-Prices Current. A Record of the Books have been sold by Auction from vol., 1888-97, 8vo. (304)
3369 Boydell (J. and J.) History of the Principal Rivers of Great Britain (River Thames), 2 vol., maps and coloured plates after Farington by Stadler, inorocco, gold borders on sides (rubbed), g.e., 1794-6, folio (363) Rimell, £11 3370 Cruikshank (G.) The Comic Almanacks from 1835 to 1853, complete 19 vol., numerous plates and illustrations by G. Cruikshank, in the original covers, uncut, each one enclosed in a half morocco portfolio, lettered up the back, with silk ties, 1835-53, 8vo. (300) Waring, £11 155. 3371 Dugdale (W.) Origines Juridiciales, or Historical Memorials of the English Courts of Justice, etc., portraits by Hollar, etc., plates, and some additional inserted, old calf, 1671, folio (394) Walford, £1 IIS. 3372 Egan (P.) Life in London, or The Day and Night Scenes of Jerry Hawthorn and Corinthian Tom, 36 coloured plates by I. R. and G. C. and plates of music, uncut, Sherwood, 1822, 8vo. (301) Waring, £7 3373 Gilbert (W.) The Anglers Delight, woodcuts, margins of title and last leaf repaired, morocco, uncut, W. Birch, 1676, 8vo. (15) Sotheran, £7 3374 Goldsmith and Parnell's Poems, first edition, wood engravings
by T. Bewick, morocco extra, gold borders on the sides, g. e., Bulmer, 1795, 4to. (331)
Stevens, £4 125. 3375 Illustrated Record of Important Events in the Annals of
Europe during the years 1812-1815– The Campaign of Waterloo, 1816, in i vol., numerous coloured plates, etc., covers loose, 1815-16, folio (396)
Mason, £1 145. 3376 Isocratis Orationes Græce, curante Demetrio Chalcondyla,
first edition (wanted A 1, probably blank), wormhole through a few leaves at end and a few leaves stained, calf, Mediolani, per H. Germanum et Sebastianum de Pontremulo, 1493, folio (228)
Quaritch, £5 5s. 3377 Johnson (Dr. Samuel). Marmor Norfolciense, or an Essay
on an Ancient Prophetical Inscription, in Monkish Rhyme, lately discovered near Lynn in Norfolk, by Probus Britannicus, first edition, clean copy, with half title, uncut, sewed, J. Brett, 1739, 8vo. (11)
Mason, £2 155. 3378 Kelmscott Press. Morris (W.) The Earthly Paradise, 8
. vol., woodcut borders and initial letters, vellum, uncut, in
board cases as issued, 1896-7, 8vo. (34) R. Ward, £,20 3379 La Fontaine (J. de). Les Amours de Psyché et de Cupidon,
coloured plates by Schall, half calf, uncut, Paris, Didot, 1791, folio (71)
Sabin, £4 4s. 3380 Looking Glass, or Caricature Annual, vol. i.-vi., some vol.
loose in binding, sold not subject to return, half morocco, McLean, 1830-5, folio (76)
Powell, £2 6s. 3381 Parkinson (J.) Paradisi in Sole, Paradisus Terrestris. A
Garden of all sorts of Pleasant Flowers, which our English ayre will permitt to be noursed up, etc., engraved woodcut title, and numerous woodcuts the full size of the page, last two leaves defective, otherwise fine copy in old calf, 1629, folio (362)
Quaritch, 427 3382 Ruskin (J.) Modern Painters, new edition, 5 vol., illustrations, original cloth, uncut, 1873, 8vo. (4)
Sotheran, £6 125. 6d. 3383 Ruskin (J.) The Stones of Venice, new edition, 3 vol.,
numerous plates and illustrations, original cloth, uncut, 1874, 8vo. (5)
Forrester, £3 5$. 3384 S. (J.) The Complete Fisher, or True Art of Angling, wood
cut frontispiece and woodcuts of fish, portion of title wanted, sold not subject to return, J. Fisher, 1740, 8vo. (17)
Bumpus, £1 18s. 3385 Shakespeare (W. Works, pictorial edition, edited by C. Knight, 8 vol., half morocco, g. t., n. d., 8vo. (7)
Sotheran, £2 75. 6d. 3386 Sherborne (Baron). Historical and Genealogical Memoirs of
the Dutton Family, of Sherborne, in Gloucestershire, portraits, facsimiles, etc., 25 copies privately printed, 1899, 4to. (324)
Morgan, 65 3387 Shoberl (F.) Picturesque Tour from Geneva to Milan by
way of the Simplon, 36 coloured plates, uncut, Ackermann, 1820, dto. (345)
Mauleneere, ki jos.