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pages 14 and 15 relating to the Coronation of Richard III. in the autograph of the author. The wrapper bears the words, “Reply to the Observations of the Rev. Dr. Milles.
Printed Strawberry Hill, only six copies.”—Catalogue.] 4492 Copies of Seven Original Letters from King Edward VI. to
Barnaby Fitz-Patrick, original wrapper, uncut, Strawberry-
(Two hundred copies were printed. The advertisement
was written by Walpole.—Catalogue.] 4493 Miscellaneous Antiquities; or, a Collection of Curious Papers,
either re-published from scarce Tracts, or now first printed from original MSS. Nos. I and 2, original wrappers, uncut, Strawberry-Hill, printed by Thomas Kirgate, 1772, small 4to. (143)
Robson, £2 175. 6d. [Five hundred copies were printed, only two numbers
being issued.-Catalogue.] 4494 A Description of the Villa of Horace Walpole, at Strawberry
Hill, near Twickenham, with an Inventory of the Furniture, Pictures, Curiosities, etc., vignette title, original wrapper, uncut, Strawberry-Hill, printed by Thomas Kirgate, 1774, small 4to. (146)
Shepherd, [2 12s. 6d. [One hundred copies were printed. Another copy on LARGE PAPER, with the appendix (1786), vignette title, original boards, uncut, realised £8 175. 6d. Only six copies
so printed.-ED.) 4495 Craven (Lady). The Sleep-Walker, a Comedy in Two Acts,
translated from the French [of Count de Pont de Veyle), in March, 1778, original wrapper, unopened edges, Strawberry-Hill, printed by T. Kirgate, 1778, 8vo. (148)
Dobell, £19 55. [Seventy-five copies were printed to oblige the authoress. Walpole, who wrote a verse “To Lady Craven on her Translation ” (printed on the back of the title), calls this one of the rarest of the Strawberry Hill Editions. On the cover of the above copy is written, “ But few of these, Kergate," and in another handwriting, “Sleep-Walker, by Ly. Craven.”
-Catalogue.] 4496 Walpole (8.) A Letter to the Editor of the Miscellanies of
Thomas Chatterton, original wrapper, unopened edges,
Denham, £4 175. 6d. [The editorship of the volume referred to, which was published in 1778, and the preface of which contained aspersions against Walpole in respect of his behaviour to Chatterton, is generaily attributed to John Broughton.
Catalogue.) 4497 Miller (Charles). To the Lady Horatia Waldegrave, on the
Death of the Duke of Ancaster, 3pp., 150 copies printed, dated at end A.D. 1779, 4to. (150)
Tregaskis, 62 25. 4498 Jones (Sir William). The Muse Recalled, an Ode, occa
sioned by the Nuptials of Lord Viscount Althorp and Miss Lavinia Bingham, March 6, 1781, by William Jones, Esq.,
London, printed for William Bathoe in the Strand, 1766 (159)
Tregaskis, £2 55. [Originally published anonymously as a translation, for reasons which the author set forth in a preface to the second edition, in which he admitted his authorship. No separate edition of this romance was printed at Strawberry
Hill.-Catalogue.] 4506 Walpole (H.) Notes to the Portraits at Woburn Abbey, by H. W., 1791, 16pp. (London), 1800, 4to. (160)
Denham, £2 8s. 4507 Walpole (H.) Reminiscences written in 1788, for the amuse
ment of Miss Mary and Miss Agnes Berry, original marbled wrapper, uncut, London, printed by Richard Taylor & Co., Shoe Lane, Fleet Street, 1805, imperial 4to. (161)
Denham, £10 175. 6d. (Twenty-five copies of this edition of these Reminiscences of the Courts of George I. and II. were privately printed at the expense of Lord Frederick Campbell, Horace Walpole's executor. A few pages are slightly foxed.—Catalogue. See post No. 4517.-ED.)
Strawberry Hill Detached Pieces, Leaflets, etc. 4508 To the Printing-Press at Strawberry-Hill, seven verses of four
lines, 2pp. (slightly torn), (162) Tregaskis, £3 7s. 6d.
(Lowndes says, “By Mr. Bentley (printed by Muntz,
August 25, 1757]."—Catalogue.] 4509 Verses to Lady Townshend
The Press Speaks :
Denham, £8 ios. [These verses, as in the case of several of the following, were composed and printed on the occasion of a visit to Strawberry Hill as related in a letter from Walpole to
Montagu, August 25, 1757.- Catalogue.] 4510 Verses to Lady Rochford, 4 lines (164) Denham, £3 35.
[Printed on the same occasion as the above.-Catalogue.] 4511 Verses to Lady Craven, “Genius, howe'er sublime, pathetic, free,” etc., 8 lines (165)
Tregaskis, £7 ios. [On the back was written, “On Lady Craven, by Mr.
H. W.”—Catalogue.] 4512 Verses, “For Madame de Boufflers," 6 lines, and “For Madame Dusson,” 6 lines, on i sheet (166)
Denham, £5 7s. 6d. [Printed on the occasion of a visit of La Comtesse de Boufflers and Madame de Dusson to the Press in May,
1763.- Catalogue.] 4513 Verses to Madame du Chatelet, Madame de Damas, Learning
English, Madame de Villegagnon, on the seizure of her
his Jar--anns serai o'r Vrigoe n 1 erter D Montagu latest turi min.:. Tiere s ICWI
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Trans. 4333 Tirze Tickets of Unissica - see Sozwiery- I dared
figist 32 and 26 and Sectember 13 reach syred * For Vaccie." 220 endorsed vită che sares of Cact Kein," - Coi Sate' and Lact Parmi: aso a card of ar ssion in VS. v red sea of Lord Otores Coa:-ofArms, Cated on back. "Vednesday, 19.250 1301??!
Denim. + IS. . 4334 Prosperity to Hongktoo. 5 verses—and Hocgroo Hire
Haning. 8 verses, steet balats 12"
Hougbecn. in Vortcit was the taziy seat of the Walpoles. These pieces are given in Lowndes as being printed at Straxberry Hil, bet eo centca is made of as fact in the Batsh Museum Catalogue. wich says (Loccon?
1728?). -Catalogue.] 4535 The Norfolk Garland, or The Death of Revaard the For folio sheet London, 1728) 194
Denham, 22 ios. [This song was apparently printed in the same type as the foregoing.- Catalogue.]