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six books complete, good copy, but rather short, 2 vol., morocco extra, inside dentelles, by De Coverly, William Ponsonbie, 1596, small 4to. (2028) Edwards, £9 105. 4406 Spenser (Edmund). The Faerie Queene, H. L. for M. Lownes, 1609-12-The Shepheards Calendar-Prothalamion -Daphnaida-Complaints-Tears of the Muses - Muiopotmos, etc., ib., 1611, first collected edition of the works, wanted general title, woodcuts, etc., morocco extra, inside dentelles, g. e., by F. Bedford, small folio (2029)

Sotheran, £10 IOS.

4407 Sprigge (Joshua). Anglia Rediviva. England's Recovery, being the History of the Army under Sir Thomas Fairfax, Captain-General, frontispiece of Fairfax arms, equestrian portrait of Fairfax by Marshall, folding plate of the Battle of Naseby, and a printed title of the actions of the army, signature of C. Warton on title, russia, line tooled, g.e., R. W. for John Partridge, 1647, small folio (2033) Pickering, £6 4408 [Sterne (L.)] A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy by Mr. Yorick, first edition, 2 vol., morocco extra, inside dentelles, g. e., by Rivière, Becket and De Hondt, 1768, small 8vo. (2047) Pickering, £6 17s. 6d. 4409 Stow (John). A Summarie of Englyshe Chronicles conteynyng the True accompt of Yeres wherein every Kyng of this Realme began their Reigne, etc., black letter. the first edition with a certain date, calendar in red and black, morocco extra, g. e., by L. Broca (backs crushed), with some uncut edges, T. Marshe, 1565, 12mo. (2057)

Pickering, £5 5s. 4410 Surtees (Robert) and the Rev. James Raine. History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham, and of North Durham, portraits, views, plates of antiquities, pedigrees, etc., 5 vol., russia gilt, g. e., Nichols, 1816-40, 52, folio (2074) Maggs, £14 4411 Swift (Dean). Travels into several Remote Nations of the World, in Four Parts, by Lemuel Gulliver, first issue of first edition, separate pagination, portrait (with lettering) and maps, 2 vol., morocco extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, Benj. Motte, 1726, 8vo. (2075) B. F. Stevens, £30 4412 Symonds (J. A.) Renaissance in Italy-Age of the DespotsRevival of Learning-the Fine Arts—and Italian Literature, portrait, 5 vol., morocco, plain, inside gilt borders, g.e., Smith, Elder and Co., 1880-81, 8vo. (2081)

Edwards, £6 15s.

4413 Tasso (T.) La Gierusalemme Liberata, con le Figure di Bernardo Castello e le Annotationi di Scipio Gentili e di G. Guastavini, engraved title and full-paged plates, morocco super extra, g. e., a fine exhibition binding by Chatelin, in morocco case, Geneva, G. Bartoli, 1590, small folio (2089) Young, £6 10s. 4414 Terentius, cum Directorio, Glossa interlineali, Commentariis Donati, Guidoni, Ascensii, lit. rom., ruled in red, rubricated

in red and blue, numerous German xylographic woodcuts,
morocco gilt, g. e. (C. Smith), Argent., Jo. Grüninger, 1496,
small folio (2109)
Bain, £12

una cum anno

[The first edition of Terence with these woodcuts; the big theatre cut before the text coloured by hand.—Catalogue.] 4415 Testamentum Novum Græcum et Latinum, diligenter ab Erasmo recognitum et emendatum tationibus, editio prima, Holbein borders and ornaments, portrait and ex-libris of Bilibald Pirckheimer by Albert Dürer, original impressions, but wormed, mounted and mended, inserted, leaves of text wormed, MS. notes in margins, but a large copy, with the stamp of the Royal Society of the Howard gift, morocco super extra, g.e., by F. Bedford, Basil., Jo. Froben, 1516, folio (2124)

Maggs, £25 10s. 4416 Testament. The New Testament in Englishe, black letter and roman, title in MS. facsimile, a few headlines shaved, morocco, with antique gilt ornaments, g.e., by Rivière, Excusum Londini in officina Thomæ Gaultier pro J. C., 1550, small 4to. (2140) Bain, £6 10s.

[Tyndal's version, supposed to have been edited by Sir John Cheke. The recto of a 2 is occupied by "J. C. unto the Christen reders."- Catalogue.]

4417 Tewrdannckh. Die Geürlicheiten und eins teils der Geschichten des löblichen und hochberümhten Helds und Ritters Tewrdannckhs, lit. goth.. large woodcuts by Hans Schauffelein, morocco, g.e., by F. Bedford, Augspurg, Hans Schönsperger, 1519, folio (2144) Maggs, 16 IOS.

[The second edition of Theurdanck is extremely rare. The verso of title has an extract from the Privilege not found in the first edition.-Catalogue.]

4418 Theocritus. Ecloga Genus Theocriti et de Inventione Bucolicorum-Catonis Sententiæ-Sententiæ septem Sapientum-De Invidia--Theognidis Sententiæ-Hesiodi Theogonia-Scutum Herculis, etc., Græcè, woodcut ornaments, first edition of most of the writers included, before the alteration of some pp., old French morocco, g. e., by Simier, vellum fly-leaves (Syston Park and Sir M. M. Sykes' copy), Venet., Aldus, 1495, small folio (2152) Pickering, £11 15s. 4419 Theuriet (André). Sous Bois, Impressions d'un Forestier, papier d'Hollande, 50 copies printed (No. 25), with 102 original water-colour drawings (Aquarelles) in the text by E. Chabod, signed, full half morocco extra, t. e. g., uncut, Paris, E. Charpentier, 1878, crown 8vo. (2159) Maxim, £8 1OS.

4420 Thomas A'Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury (S.) Vita et Processus Sancti Thome Cantuariensis Martyris super libertate Ecclesiastica, cum Petri Bertrandi Libello de Jurisdictione Ecclesiastica, lit. goth., printer's device (emblem of Trinity) on reverse of last leaf, morocco gilt,


g.e., by Faulkner (ex Bibliotheca Colbertina), Paris, Jo. Philippus Alemannus, 1495, small 4to. (2160) £8 4421 Thomas Aquinas (S.) Super Primo libro Sententiarum, cum textum singulis distinctionibus anteposito, lit. goth., double columns of 62 lines, with signatures, illuminated initial and blank shield of arms on first page, rubricated, capitals in blue and red (some leaves wormed), morocco extra, inside dentelles, g.e., by R. De Coverly, Venet., Antonius de Strata, 1486, folio (2161) Ellis, £101

[Printed upon vellum; extremely rare, if not unique. A copy sold in 1870 for £300; may have been this one, since newly bound. Hain does not record this edition. A

contemporary MS. slip denotes it as originally belonging to the Monastery of St. Leonard at Venice.-Catalogue.] 4422 Thomas Aquinas (S.) Secunda Secundæ, editio princeps with a date, lit. goth. parva, double columns, 59 lines, without marks, rubricated, capitals painted in blue and red, old French morocco, g. e., by Bozerian le Jeune (Syston Park), Hoc Opus Alma in Urbe Moguntina industrie est consummatum est per Petrum Schoyffer de Gernsheim, A.D. 1467, vi. Marcii, folio (2162) £III 4423 Thomas Aquinas (S.) Quæstiones Secundi libri Secundi Partis Theologiæ, lít. goth., double columns, 59 lines, without marks, rubricated (Hain *1455), illuminated initial and coat-of-arms on first page, oaken boards, modern calf, with blind stamped ornaments, Absque ulla nota [Eichstadt, Reyser], folio (2164) Maggs, £85s. 4424 Thucydides Georgius Gemistus - Herodian-Scholia in Thucydidem, Omnia Græcè, editio princeps et Aldina, plain corner of title mended, russia gilt, joints, g. e., Venet., in domo Aldi, 1502, small folio (2168) Stechert, £6

4425 Trials. Celebrated Trials and Remarkable Cases of Criminal Jurisprudence from the earliest Records to 1825, portraits and plates, numerous MS. notes in margins, 6 vol., calf, Knight and Lacey, 1825, small 8vo. (2185) Maxim, £3 4426 Tunstall (Cuthbertus, Episc. Dunelm.) De Arte Supputandi libri quattuor Cutheberti Tonstalli, prima editio, roman letter, title within Holbein ornamental border, with Mutius and Porsenna below, with initials "H. H.," morocco, full gilt ornamental back, broad and rich ornamental panels, inside borders, joints, g. e., by Zaehnsdorf, In ædibus Richardi Pynsoni, anno 1522, pridie idus Octobris, small 4to. (2191) Quaritch, £37 10s.

[A very fine copy of the first edition of the first book on arithmetic published in England.-Catalogue.] 4427 Turner (J. M. W.) Picturesque Views in England and Wales, with Descriptive and Historical Illustrations by H. E. Lloyd, original edition, LARGE PAPER, lettered proofs, 2 vol., tree marbled calf extra, inside dentelles, g. e., by Mansell, Longman, 1838, royal 4to. (2192) J. Bumpus, £7 4428 Turner (J. M. W.) Picturesque Views in England and Wales, with Descriptive and Historic Illustrations by



extra, g.e., Absque ulla nota [Argent., the "R" printer, circa 1468-70], (2219) Leighton, £12 10s. 4437 Vetusta Monumenta, vol. i.-vi., plates, including the Bayeux tapestry, in 3 vol.; vol. i.-iv., half bound, uncut; vol. v.-vi., morocco extra, g.e., by Hayday, 1747-1842, imperial folio (2230) Ridler, £6 10S. 4438 Vincent (Aug., Rouge-Croix). A Discours of Errours in the first edition of the Catalogue of Nobility published by Raphe Brooke Yorke Herald, 1619, with a Continuance of the Successions, etc. to 1622, LARGE PAPER, numerous coats-of-arms painted heraldically, dedication copy to King James I., old morocco, line tooled, with corner gilt ornaments and the King's arms in centre, g. e., in fair preservation, W. Jaggard, 1622, folio (2234) Sotheran, £5 15s. 4439 Vincentius Bellovacensis. Speculum Historiale, lit. goth., double columns, 52 lines, without marks, rubricated, first page of each vol. having illuminated ornamental initial, another initial with a decorated margin, and 27 other illuminated initials, blue and red painted capitals, contemporary MS. list of contents at end of each vol., 3 vol., contemporary binding, oaken boards, leather, with stamped ornamental panellings, clasps, in fine condition [Monastery of St. Afre, Augsburg, by A. Sorg ?], 1474, s. 1., folio (2235) Quaritch, £18 10s. 4440 Viret (Peter). De Origine, Continuatione, autoritate atque præstantia Ministerii Verbi Dei et Sacramentorum, et de Controveriis ea de re in Christiano Orbe, hoc præsertim seculo excitatis, etc., old calf, plain, Queen Elizabeth's copy, with the royal arms of England between the initials "E. R.," and the following quotation in large capitals stamped in gold on sides:

"Syncerus et genuinus Verbi Dei
Intellectus Hominem ad ipsius
Dei Ecclesiam et recte docendam
Et bene regendam aptum et

Idoneum facit,"

repaired [Paris], Oliva Rob. Stephani,

1554, folio (2236) Ridler, £15 10s. 4441 Virgilius. Opera, cura et studio S. A. Philippe, thick paper, plates by Cochin and ornamental vignettes, 3 vol., old French morocco, g. e. (Derome), Lut. Par., J. Barbou, 1754, small 8vo. (2247) Leighton, £5 5s. 4442 Voltaire. Théâtre, papier vélin, portrait and plates after Moreau, 9 vol.―et La Henriade, papier vélin, together 10 vol., French morocco, full gilt ornamental backs, broad and rich ornamental borders, arms in centres, doublure of blue watered silk with gilt ornaments, joints, g. e., by P. Purgold, Paris, Renouard et Nicolle, et Didot, 1809-14, 8vo. (2258) Maggs, £75s.

4443 [Voragine (Jacobus de) Legenda Aurea in Deutsch]. Passionel, het Winter Stuck. Dat men heet die Gulden legende Hier beghit tsomer Stuc Vande Passiōle in

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