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4620 Dibdin (T. F.) Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, plates, portraits, facsimiles, etc., LARGE PAPER (100 copies printed), 3 vol., russia extra, joints, g. e., by Hering, from the Perkins' library, 1821, super imperial 8vo. (204) W. Brown, £28 4621 Dibdin (T. F.) Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in the Northern Counties of England and in Scotland, plates, India proofs, LARGE PAPER, 2 vol. in 3, morocco extra, g. e., by Clarke and Bedford, 1838, imperial 8vo. (206) Sotheran, £49

[This copy, which formerly belonged to Mr. Eyton, was illustrated with 6 additional plates, 42 extra proofs of some of the plates, with 13 duplicates, proofs on India paper, 12 other engravings in three different states, 36 vignettes in duplicate, worked separately, and 10 in three different states. On some Dr. Dibdin had made some pencil notes respecting their rarity, etc.-Catalogue.]

4622 Donne (John). Letters to Several Persons of Honour, portrait by Lombart, first edition, original calf, R. Marriot, 1651, 4to. (211) Sabin, £16 5s. 4623 Drake (F.) Eboracum, or the History and Antiquities of the City of York, plates of views, antiquities, etc., LARGE PAPER, russia extra, gilt sides, full gilt back, joints, g. e., 1736, folio (213) Young, £6 2s. 6d. 4624 Dugdale (Sir W.) The Antiquities of Warwickshire Illustrated, second edition, revised, by W. Thomas, portrait and plates of views, monuments, coats-of-arms, maps, etc., by Hollar and Beighton, 2 vol., LARGE AND THICK PAPER, old morocco, g. e., from the Merly Library, 1730, folio (219) Young, £24

4626 Esquemling (John) and B. Ringrose.

4625 Elwes (H. J.) Monograph of the genus Lilium, map, photograph, and 48 coloured plates by W. H. Fitch, 7 parts complete in portfolio, 1880, 250 copies printed for subscribers, folio (225) J. Bumpus, £6 Bucaniers of America, portraits, plates and maps, 4 parts in 1 vol., morocco extra, g. e., by Rivière, a small hole in page 83 of the first part, 1684-85, 4to. (228) Sabin, £31 10S. 4627 Ferrarius (I. B.) Hesperides sive de Malorum Aureorum Cultura et Usu, libri quatuor, numerous plates, coloured by a contemporary hand, old English morocco, with the arms of the Earl Somers in centre, g. e., from the Merly Library, Romæ sumptibus Hermanni Scheus, 1646, folio (234)

Parsons, £55s. 4628 [Ferrier (Miss).] The Inheritance, by the Author of Marriage, first edition, 3 vol., original boards, uncut, fine copy, Blackwood, 1824, 8vo. (238) Sabin, £9 4629 Flatman (Thomas). Poems and Songs, first edition, original sheep, fine copy, Benjamin Took, 1674, 8vo. (246) Sabin, £12

[A portrait by White is sometimes found in this edition, but is believed to have been issued for a later one. This copy was in its original binding as published, and clearly

never had a portrait. It possesses the signature A as a flyleaf preceding title.--Catalogue.] 4630 Fletcher (P.) The Purple Island, or the Isle of Man, together with Piscatorie Eclogs and other Poeticall Miscellanies, first edition, with the final leaf so often wanting, Printed by the Printers to the Universitie of Cambridge, 1633-Fletcher (Giles). Christ's Victorie and Triumph in Heaven and Earth, over and after Death, second edition, Cambridge, F. Green, 1632-Fletcher (P.) Locustæ vel Pietas Jesuitica, Latin and English, first edition, T. and J. Bucke, 1627, in i vol., original calf, fine copies, 4to. (247) Sabin, £52 4631 Fouilloux (Jacques du). La Venerie (Poëme), full-page woodcut on reverse of title of the author presenting his book to Charles IX., numerous woodcuts in the text and musical notes, morocco extra, studded with fleurs-de-lis, emblematical tooling at angles and in panels on back, inside gilt borders, g.e., by Lortic frères, A Poitiers par les Marnefz et Bouchetz frères, 1568, 4to. (253) Quaritch, £32

4632 Fouilloux (Jacques du). La Venerie, woodcuts and musical notes, original vellum, with uncut leaves, A Paris en la Boutique de PAngelier, 1624, 4to. (254) Hazlitt, £6 5s. 4633 Franco (Giacomo). Habiti d'Huomeni et Donne Venetiane -La Citta de Venetia, con l'Origine e Governo di Duella, estrate dall' Opere di G. N. Doglioni, engraved title and 43 plates, russia extra, g. e., by Clarke and Bedford, Venetia, 1614, small folio (255) Cotton, £11 4634 Galinard. Architecture des Jardins, engraved title and 68 plates, unbound, Paris, n. d., folio (256) Meuleneer, £5.5s. 4535 Gedde (W.) Booke of Sundry Draughtes, principally serving for Glasiers and not impertinent for Plasterers and Gardiners, woodcut titles and 11 illustrations, morocco, g.e., 1615, small 4to. (259) Maggs, £6 4636 Gibbon (E.) Mémoires Littéraires de la Grande Bretagne pour l'an 1767 et 1768, 2 vol., calf extra, g. t., uncut, Roger Payne style, by F. Bedford, Londres, 1768-69 (260)

4637 Giffard (G.)

Quaritch, £22 A Dialogue concerning Witches and Witchcrafts, vellum, London, printed by R. F. and F. K., 1603, 4to. (261) Pickering, £4 4s. 4638 [Glasse (Mrs.)] The Art of Cookery made Plain and Easy, by a Lady, first edition, morocco, janséniste, inside gilt borders, g. e., by Lortic frères, London, for the author, 1747, folio (263) Robson, £32

4639 Goldsmith (O.) An Enquiry into the present State of Polite Learning in Europe, first edition, original boards, uncut, London, R. and J. Dodsley, 1759 (265)

B. F. Stevens, £17 10s. [The chapter xii., "Of the Stage," in this volume gave great offence to David Garrick.-Catalogue.]

4640 Goldsmith (O.) The Citizen of the World, or Letters from a

Chinese Philosopher residing in London to his Friends in the East, first edition, 2 vol., original boards, uncut, London,

printed for the Author, and sold by J. Newbery, etc., 1762,
8vo. (267)
B. F. Stevens, £106
[Copies in boards are very rarely met with, hence the
high price. See next entry, which relates to a copy issued
in the usual calf.-ED.]

4641 Goldsmith (O.) The Citizen of the World, another copy, first edition, 2 vol., original calf, London, printed for the Author, and sold by J. Newbery, etc., 1762, 8vo. (268) Cockerell, £9 4642 Goldsmith (O.) Life of Richard Nash, Esq., late Master of the Ceremonies at Bath, extracted principally from his Original Papers, portrait, second edition, original boards, uncut, J. Newbery, 1762, 8vo. (269) Denham, £6 4643 [Goldsmith (O.)] The Art of Poetry on a New Plan, frontispiece, first edition, 2 vol., calf extra, g. t., uncut, by F. Bedford, J. Newbery, 1762, 8vo. (270) B. F. Stevens, £20 4644 Goldsmith (O.) The Vicar of Wakefield, a Tale supposed to be written by himself, first edition, 2 vol., original calf, with the ex-libris of Wadham Wyndham, Salisbury, printed by B. Collins for F. Newbery, 1766, 8vo. (271) Denham, £134 [Record price to date. A copy sold in December last for Li26. See ante No. 1515.-ED.]

4645 Goldsmith (O.) Life of Henry St. John, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke, first edition, original wrappers, uncut, T. B. F. Stevens, £62

Davies, 1770, 8vo. (275)

[Very rare in this state.-ED.]

4646 Goldsmith (O.) Life of Thomas Parnell, D.D., Archdeacon of Clogher, compiled from Original Papers and Memoirs, first edition, unbound, 1770, 8vo. (276) Pickering, £5 10s. 4647 Goldsmith (O.) An Enquiry into the present State of Polite Learning in Europe, the second edition, revised and corrected, original boards, with the paper label, uncut, J. Dodsley, 1774, 8vo. (277) B. F. Stevens, £6

4648 Goldsmith (O.) The Comic Romance of Monsieur Scarron, translated by Oliver Goldsmith, first edition, 2 vol., original boards, uncut, very rare in this state, London, W. Griffin, 1775, 8vo. (278) B. F. Stevens, £100 4649 Goldsmith (O.) The Haunch of Venison, a Poetical Epistle to Lord Clare, by the late Dr. Goldsmith, with a head of the author drawn by Henry Bunbury, Esq. and etched by Bretherton, first edition, 1776-Another copy, a new edition, without the portrait and half title, 1776, in 1 vol., calf extra, y. e., by Pratt, 8vo. (279) Denham, £20

4650 Goldsmith (O.) Poems and Plays, to which is prefixed the Life of the Author, vignette on title, old calf gilt, y.e., Dublin, 1777, 8vo. (280) Denham, £14 4651 Grelot (M.) Relation Nouvelle d'un Voyage de Constantinople, plates, morocco extra, by Roger Payne, the Beckford copy, à Paris en la Boutique de Pierre Rocolet, 1681, 8vo. (288) Denham, £11 4652 Hamilton (A.) Memoirs du Comte de Grammont, nouvelle édition, augmentée d'un Discours preliminaire mêlé de Prose et de Vers, etc., original calf, Paris, 1746, 8vo. (291)

Denham, £53

[Horace Walpole's copy, with his ex-libris, numerous MS. notes and an Index of Remarkable Persons in his autograph. From Strawberry Hill.-Catalogue.]

4653 Hamilton (Sir W.) Collection of Etruscan, Greek and Roman Antiquities, descriptive text (English and French) by D'Hancarville, coloured and other plates, 4 vol., old French morocco, g. e. (Derome), Naples, 1766-67, folio (292)

Young, £7 4654 Havard (H.) Histoire de la Faience de Delft, 25 plates and illustrations, facsimiles, marks, etc. in the text, by L. Flameng et C. Goutzwiller, 2 vol., original wrappers, uncut, Plon, 1878, super imperial 8vo. (297) J. Bumpus, £5 2s. 6d.

[One of fifty copies on grand papier de Hollande, with the plates in three states. Catalogue.]

4655 Hayley (W.) The Life of George Romney, Esq., portraits and plates, scored russia gilt, m. e., 1809, 4to. (298)

J. Bumpus, £7 15s. 4656 Herrick (Robert). Hesperides, or the Works both Human and Divine (including his Noble Numbers), portrait by Marshall, first edition, with the rare leaf of errata, morocco extra, gilt sides, full gilt back, g. e. (by Charles Lewis), London, printed for John Williams and Francis Englefield, 1648, 8vo. (308) Pickering, £75

4657 Heylyn (Peter). A Full Relation of two Journeys, the one into the Main Land of France, the other into some of the adjacent Islands, russia extra, joints, g. on m. e., by Kalthoeber, Mr. Beckford's copy, with some notes in his autograph on the fly-leaf, 1656, 4to. (309) W. Brown, £9 15s. [A small oval drawing in water-colours of a lake with an island in the centre and some dwellings painted on the flyleaf.--Catalogue.]

4658 Holbein (Hans). The Images of the Old Testament, lately expressed, 98 woodcuts, unbound, Printed at Lyons by John Frellon, 1549, small 4to. (315) Cockerell, £16 10s.

[This edition, with an English text, contained six more woodcuts than in the Latin version. Four of these are ovals on one leaf at the end.--Catalogue.]

4659 Holland (H.) Herwologia Anglica, 65 portraits, including Henry, Prince of Wales, tilting, morocco, gilt sides, with a centre ornament au pointillé, and floral ornaments at angles, full gilt back, g. e., Impensis Crispini Passaei Calcographii et Jansonii Bibliop. Arnhem., s. a. (1620), folio (316)

Hazlitt, £30 10S.

4660 Holmes (R. R.) Specimens of Royal Fine and Historical Bookbinding selected from the Royal Library, Windsor Castle, 152 plates printed in facsimile by W. Griggs, original cloth, 1893, super imperial 4to. (317) Ellis, £4 10s.

⚫4661 Horatius. Poemata in quibus multa correcta sunt et institutiones suis locis positæ commentariorum quodammodo uice fuguntur, second Aldine edition, old morocco gilt, g. e., with the Aldine anchor on sides (63% inches), Venet., Aldus, 1509 (323) B. F. Stevens, £8

4662 Horsley (John). Britannia Romana, or the Roman Antiquities of Britain in three Books, 100 plates, interleaved throughout, with manuscript notes by Sir R. Colt Hoare, bound in 4 vol., russia extra, from the Stourhead Library, 1732, folio (324) Sotheran, £6 15s. 4663 Howard (John). The State of the Prisons in England and Wales, 21 plates and folding table, vellum extra, inlaid, gilt borders on sides, full gilt back, g. e., with a finely-painted drawing in sepia on the obverse side of the interior of a dungeon, with a chained prisoner and two figures, and on the reverse side an allegorical female figure of Charity, Warrington, 1784, 4to. (326) Tregaskis, £15 5s. [The following inscription is written on the back of the title-page: "This copy of John Howard's work upon the state of the prisons was given me by my friend, Sir George Leeds, Bart., as the author's own private copy, Augustus Frederick, Kensington Palace, June the 7th, 1819.”— Catalogue.]

4664 Hunting. An Essay on Hunting, by a Country Squire, first edition, gilt geometrical design on sides, emblematic tooling, g. e., by Gosden, 1733, 8vo. (329) Sabin, £9 12s. 6d.

[A reprint was published by Smeaton in 1820, a few copies being printed on large and thick paper.-ED.]

4665 Hutchinson (W.) The History of the County of Cumberland and some places adjacent, maps and numerous plates of views, antiquities, etc., 2 vol., russia extra, y. e., 1794, royal 4to. (330) Walford, £4 45. 4666 Jobson (Richard). The Golden Trade, or a Discovery of the River Gambia, and the Golden Trade of the Æthiopians, morocco extra, g. e., the Beckford copy, London, printed by Nicholas Okes, 1623, 4to. (335) W. Brown, 10 4667 Johnson (Samuel). Irene, a tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, first edition, morocco extra, g. t., uncut, by Bedford (wanted half title), R. Dodsley, 1749 (337) Pearson, £10

[Inserted was a slip with an inscription, "Presented to me in an affectionate manner by the great and good Saml. Johnson, LL.D., 29th. Dec., 1772."-Catalogue.]

4668 Johnson (Samuel). The Rambler, first edition, complete set of the original numbers, with title pages, bound in 2 vol., mottled calf extra, full gilt backs, g. t., uncut, 1750-52, folio (338) Pickering, £29 4669 Johnson (Samuel). Miscellanies in Prose and Verse, by Anna Williams, morocco extra, g. e., by Rivière, T. Davies, 1766, . 4to. (339) W. Brown, £20 10s. [This copy contained some contributions, including the preface by Dr. Johnson, also MS. notes by Mrs. Piozzi, who had supplied the names of some of the contributors. Inserted was a note from her, when Mrs. Thrale, to Doctor Johnson, commencing: "Will you permit me to do a rude thing and slip to bed? I am sadly exhausted by driving to Town, rising before my usual time and fretting all the day

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