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engraved title, and portrait by William Hole (5 preliminary leaves (1 blank) and pages 487], W. Stansby for John Smethwick, n. d. [1620), (other titles dated 1619) - The Battaile of Agincourt, etc., first edition (no frontispiece), (pages 218), W. Lee, 1627, in i vol., old calf, small folio (11)

Quaritch, £35 357 Dürer Society (The). [Reproductions of the Works of Albert

Dürer and other Contemporary Artists), with Introductory Notes by Campbell Dodgson, 76 plates mounted on boards, loose in 3 portfolios, 1898-9-1900, imperial folio (12)

Tregaskis, £5 1os. 358 Florio (John). Queen Anna's New World of Words, or Dic

tionary of the Italian and English Tongues, corrected and augmented, woodcut title, old calf, M. Bradwood, 1611, small folio (13)

Ellis, £5 359 Froissart (Sir John). Chronicles of England, France, Spain,

etc., translated by Bourchier, Lord Berners, with Memoir, 2 vol., Dutch vellum, Rivington, etc., 1812, 4to. (14)

Mason, £,2 125. 360 Horæ. Some Account of the Pembroke Hours, facsimiles, 50

copies privately printed, half morocco gilt, t. e. g., Ellis and White, 1880, 4to. (15)

Robson, £4 18s. 361 Horæ. The Hours of Albert of Brandenburg, a Description,

by F. S. Ellis, with a Notice of the Miniaturists of Bruges, by W. H. J. Weale, 9 facsimiles, 50 copies printed, half morocco gilt, t. e. g., Ellis and White, n. d., small 4to. (16)

Robson, £4 362 Huth Library. Catalogue of the Printed Books, MSS. Auto

graph Letters and Engravings collected by Henry Huth, with Collations and Bibliographical Descriptions (by F. S. Ellis and W. C. Hazlitt), 130 copies printed, photographs of Mr. Huth and MS. and printed memoranda inserted, 5 vol., roxburghe, uncut, Ellis and White, 1880, super imperial 8vo. (17)

Quaritch, 65 363 Keats (John). Endymion, a Poetic Romance, first edition,

morocco, elaborately gilt tooled in serpentine leafy scrolls, with devices of a heart and centre crescents, blue and gilt edges gauffred in hearts and daisies, inside borders, bound by T. Č. Cobden Sanderson, a fine speeimen, with letter of the binder relating to the volume, Taylor and Hessey, 1818, 8vo. (18)

Quaritch, £131 364 Ladies' Calling (The), in two Parts, by the Author of the

Whole Duty of Man, fifth impression, ruled in red, frontispiece, old English morocco, elaborately gilt tooled in crowns, roses, rosettes, leafy branches and cottage-roof panels (corner worn), g. e., name of Mrs. Anne Bacon in caligraphy, and Birth Register of John Williams Meaden in fly-leaves, At

the Theater in Oxford, 1677, 8vo. (19) Leighton, £3 Tos. 365 Lamb (Charles). Élia. Essays which have appeared under

that signature in the London Magazine, first edition, with autograph inscription on fly-leaf, “Mrs. J. Payne, with Elia's friendly remembrances," Taylor and Hessey, 1823—Elia, second series, a new edition, E. Moxon, 1835, in 1 vol., morocco extra, g. on m. e., 8vo. (20)

Quaritch, £77 366 Locker-Lampson (Frederick). The Rowfant Library. Cata

logue of the Printed Books, MSS. Autograph Letters, Drawings and Pictures, frontispiece by George Cruikshank, roxburghe, presentation copy to F. S. Ellis, with inscription on fly-leaf and autograph letter, Privately printed, 1886, imperial 8vo. (22)

Ellis, £8 155. 367 Marbecke (John). The Booke of Common Praier Noted. [on

A ii.] In this booke is conteyned so muche of the Order of Commo Prayer as is to be Song in Churches ; wherin are used only these ini Sortes of Notes, etc., black letter, red and black, with musical notes, title within ornamental woodcut border, ornamental and figured initials, device of the Sciences on reverse of last leaf, plain corners of two last leaves mended, otherwise a perfect and genuine copy, new morocco, by D. Cockerell, R. Grafton, 1550, small 4to. (23)

Sotheran, £202 (Excessively rare, no perfect copy having occurred for sale for a number of years. Its importance in connection with the English liturgy and plain song is well known. The author was organist to St. George's Chapel, Windsor, and the compiler of the first English Concordance to the Bible.

- Catalogue.] 368 [Morris (William).] The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine

for 1856, conducted by Members of the Two Universities, half morocco extra, t. e. g., Bell and Daldy, 1856, 8vo. (24)

Maggs, £11 ios. (Contains the earliest writings of William Morris, also contributions by Burne-Jones, D. G. Rossetti and other

Pre-Raphaelites.-Catalogue.] 369 Morris (William). Life and Death of Jason, first edition,

large hand-made paper, original boards, uncut, F. S. Ellis, 1869, royal 8vo. (25)

Ellis, £7 [“ Printed in the autumn of 1869 from the stereotyped plates. Only 25 copies were printed on this paper, H. B. F."

---Note by H. B. Forman on fly-leaf.] 370 Morris (William). Love is Enough, or the Freeing of Phara

mond, a Morality, first edition, LARGE PAPER (25 copies printed), every page surrounded by a border of original designs, in colours, of leafy branches and natural flowers connected with the subject of the text, morocco, covered with elaborate gilt foreate ornaments, inside borders, edges uncut, by T. J. Cobden Sanderson, a very fine specimen of his art binding, with his bill (20 guineas) inserted, in cloth case, Ellis and White, 1873, royal 8vo. (26)

Ellis, £177 371 Morris (William). Three Northern Love Stories, and other

Tales, translated from the Icelandic by Eiríkr Magnússon and William Morris, first edition, large hand-made paper, limited issue, original boards, uncut, Ellis and White, 1875, royal 8vo. (27)

Maggs, £um 155. 372 Morris (William). The Æneids of Virgil, done into English Verse, first edition, large hand-made paper, 2 vol., original boards, uncut, Ellis and White, 1876, royal 8vo. (28)

Maggs, £12 155. 373 Morris (William). Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall

of the Niblungs, first edition, large hand-made paper, limited issue, original boards, uncut, Ellis and White, 1877, royal 8vo. (29)

Maggs, £12 125. 374 Morris (William). The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the

Fall of the Niblungs, fourth edition, LARGE PAPER, presentation copy “to F. S. Ellis from William Morris, June 29, 1887," red morocco, covered with elaborate floreate ornaments, inside dentelles, joints, g. e., by Cobden Sanderson, 1889, with his binding bill (£21) inserted, in cloth case,

Reeves and Turner, 1887, small 4to. (30) Quaritch, 4111 375 Morris (William). A Dream of John Ball, and a King's

Lesson (reprinted from the “Commonweal”), frontispiece by E. Burne-Jones, LARGE PAPER, presentation copy to “F. S. Ellis, March 27th, 1889,"olive morocco covered with elaborate gilt leafy branches and other ornaments, joints, g.e., by Cobden Sanderson, 1889 (£19 195.), in cloth case, Reeves and Turner, 1888, small 4to. (31) Quaritch, £99

K'elmscott Press Publications.

[Nearly all these books were the earliest copies from the Press, or, as they are styled in the Catalogue, “picked copies of the first issues."-ED.] 376 Morris (William). The Story of the Glittering Plain, or the

Land of Living Men, woodcut border and ornamental initials (200 copies printed), vellum, uncut, Hammersmith, printed

by William Morris, April 4, 1891, 8vo. (32) Cockerell, £22 377 Morris (William). The Story of the Glittering Plain, printed

upon vellum (one of 6 copies), woodcut border and ornamental initials, presentation copy "to Frederick S. Ellis from William Morris, June 13th, 1891,” vellum gilt, uncut, ib., April 4, 1891, 8vo. (33)

Newall, £114 378 Morris (William). Poems by the Way, red and black, with

woodcut border and ornamental initials, printed upon vellum
(one of 13 copies), presentation copy to Frederick S. Ellis
from William Morris, December 17th, 1891,” vellum, uncut,

ib., September 24, 1891, small 4to. (34) Quaritch, £60 379 Blunt (W. S.) Love-Lyrics and Songs of Proteus, with the

Love-Sonnets of Proteus, now reprinted in their full text, etc., red and black, ornamental border and initials, the latter in red, 300 copies printed, vellum, uncut, ib., January 26, 1892, small 4to. (35)

Ř. Hall, £u 380 Ruskin (John). The Nature of Gothic, a Chapter of the

Stones of Venice, woodcut border and ornamental initials, 500 copies printed, vellum, uncut, ib., February 15, 1892, small 4to. (36)

Downing, £.4 12s. 6d. 381 Morris (William). The Defence of Guenevere, black and red,

£5

ornamental border and initials, printed upon vellum (one of 10 copies), vellum, uncut, ib., April 2, 1892, small 4to. (37)

Tregaskis, £40 382 Morris (William). A Dream of John Ball and a King's

Lesson, red and black, full-page woodcut by E. Burne-
Jones, ornamental borders and initials, 300 copies printed,

vellum, uncut, ib., May 13, 1892, small 4to. (38) Shepherd, £4 383 Golden Legend (The), translated by William Caxton, re-edited

by F. S. Ellis, 2 full-page woodcuts by E. Burne-Jones, ornamental borders and initials, 500 copies printed, 3 vol., half buckram, uncut, ib., September 12, 1892, large 4to. (39)

Downing, £10 155. 384 Recuyell (The) of the Histories of Troye, translated by William

Caxton, reprinted from the first edition, corrected for the Press by H. H. Sparling, black and red, 300 copies printed, woodcut borders and ornamental initials, 2 vol., vellum, uncut, ib., October 14, 1892 (40)

J. Bumpus, £8 55. 385 Recuyell of the Histories of Troye by Caxton, printed upon

vellum (5 copies so printed), 2 vol., vellum, uncut, ib., 1892 (41)

Shepherd, £61 386 Morris (William). News from Nowhere, or an Epoch of Rest,

first edition, in black and red, full-page woodcut by C. M. Gere, border and ornamental initials, 300 copies printed,

vellum, uncut, ib., November 22, 1892, small 4to. (42) 387 Morris (William). News from Nowhere, first edition, printed

upon vellum, one of 10 copies, presentation copy“ to Frederick S. Ellis from William Morris, April 7th, 1893,” vellum, uncut, ib., 1892, small 4to. (43)

Denham, £39 388 Reynard the Foxe (Historye of), translated from the Dutch by

William Caxton, reprinted from the edition of 1487, corrected by H. H. Sparling, black and red, 300 copies printed, woodcut borders and ornamental initials, vellum, uncut, ib., December 15, 1892, small folio (44)

£5 25. 6d. 389 Reynard the Foxe, printed upon vellum, one of 10 copies,

presentation copy “to Frederick S. Ellis from Williani Morris, January 31st, 1893," vellum, uncut, ib., 1892 (45)

Downing, £44 390 Shakespeare (William). Poems, printed after the original

copies, edited by F. S. Ellis, black and red, woodcut borders and initials, 500 printed, vellum, uncut, ib., January 17, 1893, small 4to. (46)

Denham, £13 155. 391 Shakespeare (William). Poems, printed upon vellum, one of

10 copies, presentation copy "to Frederick S. Ellis from William Morris, February 25, 1893," vellum, uncut, ib., 1893, small 4to. (47)

Quaritch, 691 392 Order of Chivalry (The), and The Ordination of Knighthood,

edited by F. S. Ellis, black and red, full-page woodcut by Sir E. Burne-Jones, borders and initials, 225 copies printed, vellum, uncut, ib., November 10, 1892—February 24, 1893, small 4to. (48)

Downing, £ 5 5s. 393 Order of Chivalry, etc. (The), printed upon vellum, one of 10

copies, presentation copy "to Frederick S. Ellis from William Morris, April 15th, 1893,” vellum, uncut, ib., 1892-3 (49)

£41 394 Wolsey (Cardinal). Life, by George Cavendish, transcribed

after the autograph MS. by F. S. Ellis, woodcut border and initials, 250 copies printed, vellum, uncut, ib., December 25, 1892, small 4to. (50)

Shepherd, £4 175. 6d. 395 Wolsey (Cardinal). Life, by Cavendish, printed upon vellum, one of 6 copies, vellum, uncut, ib., December 25, 1892 (51)

J. Bumpus, £,44 396 Godfrey of Boloyne and the Conquest of Jherusalem (The

History of), done after the first edition, corrected by H. H.
Sparling, red and black, woodcut borders and initials,
printed upon vellum, one of 6 copies, vellum, uncut, ib.,
April 27, 1893, small folio (52)

Quaritch, £56 397 More (Sir Thomas). Utopia, revised by F. S. Ellis, red and

black, ornamental borders and initials, 300 copies printed, vellum, uncut, ib., August 4, 1893, small 4to. (53)

Ř. Hall, £8 5s. 398 More (Sir Thomas). Utopia, printed upon vellum, one of 10 copies, vellum, uncut, ib., 1893 (54)

Quaritch, £51 399 Tennyson (A. Lord). Maud, a Monodrama, 500 copies

printed, in black and red, woodcut borders and initials, vellum, uncut, ib., August 4, 1893, small 4to. (55)

G. Reid, £3 155. 400 Sidonia the Sorceress, by William Meinhold, translated by

Lady Wilde, 300 copies printed, in black and red, woodcut borders and initials, vellum, uncut (the original announcement of the work loosely inserted), ib., September 15, 1893, small folio (56)

J. Bumpus, £u 401 Sidonia the Sorceress, by William Meinhold, printed upon vellum, one of 10 copies, vellum, uncut, ib., 1893 (57)

Maggs, £48 402 Morris (William). Gothic Architecture, a Lecture for the Arts

and Crafts Exhibition Society, ornamental initials, boards, uncut, ib., 1893, 12mo. (58)

Buckley, £1 jos. 403 Morris (William). Gothic Architecture, printed upon vellum,

boards, uncut, ib., 1893, 12mo. (59) Buckley, £9 ios. 404 Rossetti (Dante G.) Ballads and Poems--Sonnets and

Lyrics, 2 vol., 310 copies of each printed in black and red, with ornamental borders and initials, vellum, uncut, ib., October 14, 1893-February 20, 1894, small 4to. (60)

Shepherd, £14 15S. 405 King Florus and the Fair Jehane, 350 copies printed, in black

and red, with woodcut borders and initials, boards, uncut,

ib., December 16, 1893, 12mo. (61) Ř. Hall, £6 155. 406 King Florus and the Fair Jehane, printed upon vellum, one of

12 copies, boards, uncut, presentation copy “ to Frederick S. Ellis from William Morris, January 8th, 1894,” ib., 1893 (62)

Quaritch, £38 407 Morris (William). The Story of the Glittering Plain, or the

Land of Living Men, 250 copies, printed in black and red,

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