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plates, 2 vol. in 1, russia gilt, g. e., from G. Daniel's library, Printed in the year 1758, 12mo. (685)

Bain, £5 5s. 3782 Rochester (Earl of). Works of the Earls of Rochester,

Roscommon and Dorset, the Dukes of Devonshire, Buckinghamshire, etc., with Memoirs, portrait and plates, 2 vol. in i, calf extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, Printed in the year 1777, small 8vo. (686)

Pickering, £2 145. 3783 Rogers (Samuel). Poems, portrait and illustrations by Turner

and Stothard, original drawing in water-colours and an autograph letter of the author inserted in vol. i., 2 vol., morocco gilt, g. e., Cadell and Moxon, 1834, 8vo. (687)

Tregaskis, £20 [A specially picked copy of the first and right edition for George Daniel, whose initials are on the binding, and a

note by him in fly-leaf of vol. i.--Catalogue.] 3784 Rogers (Samuel). Poems, portrait and vignette illustrations

by T. Stothard, 2 vol., calf extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, presentation copy to “Lady Rathbone from her friend, Samuel Rogers, 1852," P. Moxon, 1852, small 8vo. (688)

Denham, £4 3785 Ronsard (Pierre de). Les Euvres, redigées en Six Tomes

(avec les quatre premiers livres de la Franciade), bound in 5 vol., woodcut heads of the author, etc., engraved portrait by Cl. Mellan inserted in vol. i., original limp vellum gilt,

g.e., Paris, G. Buon, 1572-3, 12mo. (692) Quaritch, £7 3786 Rousseau (J. B.) Euvres diverses, plates by G. F. L.

Debrie, 5 vol., Amst., Fr. Changuion, 1729-Portefeuille de J. B. Rousseau, 2 vol., ib., M. M. Rey, 1751, together 7 vol., old French morocco, g. e., by Derome le Jeune, with his

ticket (Pixérecourt's copy), small 8vo. (695) Bain, £12 3787 Rousseau (J. J.) Julie, ou la Nouvelle Heloïse, first edition,

plates by Gravelot, 6 vol., morocco extra, g.e., by F. Bedford, Amst., M. M. Rey, 1761, small 8vo. (696)

Sotheran, £6 3788 Rousseau (J. J.) Émile ou de l'Éducation, LARGE PAPER, 9

plates by Delvaux, 4 vol., old French morocco, g.e., à

Londres (Paris, Cazin), 1781, 8vo. (697) Roberts, £24 3789 Rump Songs. Rump, or an exact Collection of the Choycest

Poems and Songs (edited by F. Head), first edition, both parts, both frontispieces, russia extra, g.e., by F. Bedford, H. Brome and H. Morse, 1662, small 8vo. (701)

Sabin, £11 155. 3790 Sarbievius (M. C.) Carmina, nova éditio, old French morocco, g. e. (Derome), Paris, J. Barbou, 1759, 12mo. (706)

Sabin, £9 Ios. 3791 Scarron (Paul). (Euvres, nouvelle édition, portrait and proof

frontispieces, by Folkema, 7 vol., morocco extra, uncut, t.e. g., by Müller, successor of Thouvenin, Amst., J. Wetstein, 1752, 12mo. (708)

Sotheran, ki jos. 3792 Scottish Pasquils, etc. (Three Books of), edited chiefly from

original MSS. by John Maidment and privately printed in a limited number, 2 parts (should be 3) in i vol., calf extra, m. e., by Clarke and Bedford, Edinburgh, 1827-8, small 8vo. (712)

Denham, £10 [An interesting copy, being presented by Sir Walter Scott to J. H. Markland in 1828. Inserted is a long and very interesting autograph letter of Sir Walter (2 pages 4to., signed “Walter Scott, Edinburgh, December, 1828”), relating to some of the pieces in the volume, and referring

to the sources of his “ Bride of Lammermoor.”—Catalogue. 3793 Scott (Sir Walter). Waverley Novels, 48 vol.-Prose Works,

28 vol.-Poetical Works, 12 vol.-Lockhart's Life, 10 vol. --and Waverley Anecdotes, 2 vol., together 100 vol., numerous illustrations, calf extra, g. e., uniform set, Edinburgh, 1829-39, post 8vo. (714)

Quaritch, 1.70 3794 Scott (Sir Walter). Waverley Novels, Abbotsford edition, 12

vol., morocco extra, inside dentelles, g. e., by Bedford, some original covers bound in, 1842-7, imperial 8vo. (715)

Maggs, £37 3795 Scrope (William). The Art of Deer-Stalking, first edition,

engravings and lithographs after the Landseers and the author, morocco super extra, g.e., by F. Bedford, presentation copy to Sir E. Landseer from the author, with autograph letter, J. Murray, 1838, imperial 8vo. (717)

Pickering, £20 3796 Scrope (William). Days and Nights of Salmon Fishing in

the Tweed, first edition, illustrations after Wilkie, Landseer, etc., morocco, with gilt emblems, g. e., J. Murray, 1843, imperial 8vo. (718)

Pickering, £16 3797 Seven Wise Masters. The History of Prince Erastus, son to

the Emperor Dioclesian, and those famous Philosophers called the Seven Wise Masters of Rome, written originally in Italian, then into French, and now translated into English by F. K(irkman), copperplates in compartments, calf extra, g.e., by F. Bedford, Anne Johnson for Fr. Kirkman, 1674, small 8vo. (720)

Roberts, £15 ios. 3798 Shadwell (Thomas). Dramatick Works, portrait, 4 vol.,

sprinkled calf extra, y. e., contents lettered, by F. Bedford,

Knapton and Tonson, 1920, small 8vo. (722) Maggs, £3 3799 Shaftesbury (Anthony, Earl of). Characteristicks of Men,

Manners, Opinions, Times, fifth edition, Baskerville's edition, portrait and decorations by S. Gribelin, 3 vol., old English morocco, g. e., Birmingham, 1773, imperial 8vo. (724)

"Sabin, £7 3800 Shakespeares (Mr. William) Comedies, Histories and Tra

gedies. Published according to the true originall copies, the first folio edition, leaf of verses much washed, as well as the title containing the portrait (the latter very much so), and is by no means of a satisfactory character, the 3 next preliminaries are neatly repaired in the plain margins, a small portion of the text erased on G 2, corners of 3 leaves split and neatly repaired, one or two rust holes and stains, otherwise perfect and a good copy, measuring close on 13 by 8% inches, but sold not subject to return, morocco super extra, back and sides covered with rich gilt ornaments in the antique Lyonnese style, vellum fly-leaves and joints, g. e., by F. Bedford, in morocco slip case, Printed by Isaac Jaggard and E. Blount : (at ends at the charges of W. Jaggard, Ed. Blount, J. Smethwicke and W. Aspley, 1623, folio (725)

Pickering, £1,050 3801 Shakespeare (William). Mr. William Shakespeares Come

dies, Histories and Tragedies. Published according to the true originall copies, the second impression, a perfect, genuine and sound copy throughout, measuring 132 by 1134 inches, containing Droeshout's portrait, with Jonson's verses opposite, morocco extra, with gilt Harleian frame ornaments, inside dentelles, g. e., by Clarke and Bedford, Jolley's copy, T. Cotes for Robert Allot, 1632, folio (726)

Quaritch, £350 3802 Shakespeare (William). Mr. William Shakespeares Come: dies, Histories and Tragedies. Published according to the

true original copies, the third impression, and unto this impression is added Seven Playes never before printed in folio, title containing portrait by Droeshout, with Ben Jonson's verses opposite,“ Printed for Philip Chetwinde, 1663"; and printed title before the doubtful Plays, “Printed for P. C., 1664," plain margins of the portrait title neatly repaired, otherwise a genuine, perfect and excellent copy, with the two titles, which very rarely occur, measuring 13%8 by 11/2 inches, morocco super extra, inside dentelles, g.e.,

by F. Bedford, 1663-4, folio (727). Quaritch, 2755 3803 Shakespeare (William). Mr. William Shakespeares Come

dies, Histories and Tragedies. Published according to the true originall copies, unto which is added Seven Plays never before printed in folio, the fourth edition, original portrait by Droeshout, with Jonson's verses, backed and slightly mended, the fourth preliminary leaf after the title re-margined, small rust holes in one or two leaves, inner plain margin of last leaf neatly repaired, otherwise a fine, large, perfect and genuine copy, measuring 142 by 992 inches, morocco super extra, inside dentelles, g.e., by F. Bedford, Printed for H. Herringman, E. Brewster and R. Bentley, 1685, folio (728)

Hopkins, £118 3804 Shakespeare (William). Comedies, Histories and Tragedies,

Staunton's facsimile reprint of the First Folio, morocco super extra, antique style, g.e., by F. Bedford, Day and

Son, 1866, folio (1623), (730) Tregaskis, £10 125. 6d. 3805 Shakespeare (William). Comedies, Histories and Tragedies,

published from the original quartos and folios, with an Introduction and Notes, by Edward Capell, io vol., morocco extra, t.e.g., by F. Bedford, crown 8vo., J. and R. Tonson (1767)-Capell's Notes and Various Readings, LARGE PAPER, portrait, 3 vol., half morocco gilt, t. e.g., uncut, 4to.,

H. Hughes for the Author (1768), (731) Roberts, £15 3806 Shakespeare (William). Plays and Poems, with the Correc

tions and Illustrations of various Commentators, Life,

History of the Stage, etc., by E. Malone,' portrait and plates, 21 vol., russia super extra, g.e., by F. Bedford,

Rivington and others, 1821, 8vo. (732) Bain, £24 ios. 3807 Shakespeare (William). Works, the text revised by the Rev.

Alex. Dyce, portrait, 6 vol., calf extra, g.e., by F. Bedford,
E. Moxon, 1857, 8vo. (734)

W. H. White, £5 5s. 3808 Shakespeare. Chalmers (George). An Apology for the

Believers in the Shakespeare Papers, which were exhibited in Norfolk Street, W. H. Ireland's copy, illustrated with 25 portraits, half bound, T. Egerton, 1797, 8vo. (737)

Roberts, £12 55. 3809 (Shelley (Percy Bysshe).] Zastrozzi, a Romance, by P. B. S.,

first edition, with the half title, calf extra, inside dentelles, t. e. g., others uncut, by F. Bedford, G. Wilkie and J. Robinson, 1810, small 8vo. (738)

Sabin, £150 (Published in 12mo, boards, at 5s. ; half title, title, and

pp. 252.-ED.) 3810 Shelley (Percy Bysshe). Queen Mab, a Philosophical Poem,

with Notes, the extremely rare first edition, with title and imprint, and dedication to Harriet *****, intact, calf extra, inside dentelles, g.e., by F. Bedford, Printed by P. B. Shelley, No. 23, Chapel Street, Grosvenor Square, 1813, small 8vo. (739)

Denham, £60 3811 Shelley (Percy Bysshe). Alastor, or the Spirit of Solitude,

and other Poems, first edition, calf extra, inside dentelles, t.e. g., other edges uncut, by F. Bedford, Baldwin, etc., 1816, small 8vo. (740)

Dobeli, £38 3812 Shelley (Percy Bysshe). Laon and Cythna, or the Revolution

of the Golden City, a Vision of the Nineteenth Century, in the Stanza of Spenser, first edition, calf extra, inside dentelles, t. e. g., other edges uncut, Sherwood, Neely and Jones, 1818, 8vo. (742)

Dobell, £30 3813 Shelley (Percy Bysshe). The Revolt of Islam, a Poem, in

twelve Cantos, first edition, calf extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, C. and J. Ollier, 1818, 8vo. (743)

Dobell, £5 15s. 3814 Shelley (Percy Bysshe). The Cenci, a Tragedy, in five Acts,

first edition, calf extra, inside dentelles, g. e., by F. Bedford, presentation copy, with inscription on title, “Horace Smith, Esq., from the Author,” but not by Shelley, Italy, printed for C. and J. Ollier, 1819, 8vo. (744)

Dobell, £39 3815 Shelley (Percy Bysshe). Rosalind and Helen, a Modern

Eclogue, with other Poems, first edition, with half title containing advertisements on reverse, calf extra, inside dentelles, g.e., by F. Bedford, C. and J. Ollier, 1819, 8vo. (745)

Dobell, £5 ros. 3816 Shelley (Percy Bysshe). Prometheus Unbound, a Lyrical

Drama, in four Acts, with other Poems, first edition, presentation copy, with inscription on title, “H. Smith, Esq., from the Author,” calf extra, inside dentelles, g. e., by F. Bedford, C. and J. Ollier, 1820, 8vo. (746)

Dobell, £20 55. 3817 Shelley (Percy Bysshe). Adonais, an Elegy on the Death of

John Keats, the extremely rare original edition, only a few

copies struck off in the cheapest manner, morocco, plain, g.e., by Rivière, presentation copy, with author's inscription on fly-leaf, “With the Compts. of the Author to Sir Chas. Hyde, Bart.," Pisa, with the types of Didot, 1821, 4to. (747)

Denham, £270 3818 (Shelley (Percy Bysshe).] Epipsychidion, Verses addressed

to the Noble and Unfortunate Lady Emilia V- now imprisoned in the Convent of first edition, with half title, calf extra, inside dentelles, g. e., by F. Bedford, C. and J. Ollier, 1821, 8vo. (748)

Maggs, £27 jos. 3819 Shelley (Percy Bysshe). Hellas, a Lyrical Drama, the

extremely rare first separate edition (dedicated to Prince Mavrocordato), calf extra, inside dentelles, t.e. g., others uncut, by F. Bedford, C. and J. Ollier, 1822, 8vo. (749)

Maggs, £9 5S. 3820 (Shelley (Percy Bysshe).] St. Irvyre, or the Rosicrucian, a

Romance, by a Gentleman of the University of Oxford, calf extra, t. e. g., other edges uncut, by F. Bedford, J. J. Stockdale, 1822, small 8vo. (750)

Dobell, £13 jos. [One of the “remainder” copies of the first edition of

1811.-ED. 3821 Shelley (Percy Bysshe). Posthumous Poems, first edition,

calf extra, inside dentelles, g. e., by F. Bedford, J. and H. L. Hunt, 1824, 8vo. (751)

Dobell, £5 12s. 6d. 3822 Shelley (Percy Bysshe). The Masque of Anarchy, a Poem,

now first published, with a Preface by Leigh Hunt, calf extra, t. e. g., others uncut, by F. Bedford, E. Moxon, 1832, small 8vo. (752)

Maggs, [2 125. 3823 Shelley (Percy Bysshe). Life, by T. Jefferson Hogg, portrait,

vol. i.-ii. (all published), calf extra, t. e. g., uncut, E. Moxon, 1858, 8vo. (753)

Bain, £3 5s. 3824 (Shenstone (William).] Poems upon Various Occasions.

Written for the entertainment of the Author, and printed for the Amusement of a few friends, prejudic'd in his favour, old English morocco gilt, g.e. (Harleian), Oxford, printed by Leon Lichfield, near East-gate, 1737, 12mo. (756)

Quaritch, £71
(Shenstone's first publication (which he endeavoured to
suppress), privately printed for a few Oxford friends only.
Four of the Ay-leaves are occupied by an original un-
published (?) autograph poem, consisting of 82 lines in
Popeian stanzas, addressed “To the Revd. John Ratcliff,
Master of Pembroke College, Oxon.," beginning :
“Unmoved by Splendour and not fond of Shew,

To Specious Learning's Vain pretence a Foe," ...
and ending :
“The Banks with Pride Confess her fertile Pow'r

And Strew her Verdant Sides with many a grateful Flower.
Pembroke College, Oxon., May 29, 1739.—Will. Shen-

stone.”Catalogue.] 3825 Shirley (James). Dramatic Works and Poems, now first

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