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602 Bewick (T.). History of British Birds, the figures engraved

on wood by T. Bewick, imperial paper, 2 vol., half parchment, uncut, in cases, 1805, imperial 8vo. (159)

Craddock, £8 155. 603 Bewick (T.) A Descriptive and Critical Catalogue of Works,

illustrated by Thomas and John Bewick, with an Appendix of their Miscellaneous Engravings, Brief Sketches of their Lives, etc., portraits and woodcuts, and about 40 extra illustrations inserted, LARGE PAPER, uncut, J. G. Bell

, 1851, 4to. (160)

Craddock, £2 604 Boydell (J. and J.) History of the River Thames, 76 coloured

plates, 2 vol., morocco, g. t., uncut, fine copy, 1794, folio (208)

James, £16 55. 605 Burns (R.) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, portrait by

Beugo, second edition, old calf, good copy, Edinburgh, 1787, 8vo. (31)

A. Jackson, £4 4s. 606 Burns (R.) Works, with his Life, by Allan Cunningham, plates, 8 vol., original cloth, 1834, 8vo. (34)

Sotheran, £iios. 607 Butler (S.) Hudibras, a Poem, with Notes and Life, 12 coloured plates, 2 vol., old morocco, g. e., 1822, 8vo. (35)

Maggs, £1 195. 608 Cabinet of Genius, containing Frontispieces and Characters

adapted to the most Popular Poems, etc., with the Poems, etc. at large, plates after s. Shelley by Taylor and Nutter, in 2 vol., old marbled calf, m. e., Taylor, 1787, 4to. (161)

Ellis, £6 tos. 609 Chalon (J. J.) Twenty-four Subjects exhibiting the Costume

of Paris, 24 coloured plates, original boards, uncut, 1822, folio (210)

Sabin, £13 155. 610 Collinson (J.) History and Antiquities of the County of

Somerset, map and plates, 3 vol., half bound, uncut, Bath, 1791, 4to. (165)

W. Daniell, £5 611 [Combe (W.)] The English Dance of Death, 72 coloured

plates by Rowlandson, 2 vol., first edition, half gilt (wanted one leaf of Index in vol. i.), Ackermann, 1815-16, 8vo. (43)

Edwards, £5 12s. 6d. 612 [Combe (W.)] The Dance of Life, a Poem, by the Author of

Dr. Syntax, first edition, 26 coloured plates by Rowlandson, uncut, with the original paper label, Ackermann, 1817, 8vo. (44)

B. F. Stevens, £8 613 Defoe (D.) Life and Strange Surprising Adventures of Robin

son Crusoe of York, Mariner, plates after Stothard, 2 vol., calf extra, g. e., by Tout, Stockdale, 1790, 8vo. (54)

Robson, £2 18s. 614 Dickens (C.) Works, library edition, illustrations, 23 vol.,

original cloth, some vol. loose, not subject to return, Chapman and Hall, 1861-3, 8vo. (56)

Thorp, £3 18s. 615 Dryden (J.) Works, illustrated with Notes and Life of the

Author by Sir Walter Scott, portrait, second edition, 18 vol., original boards, uncut, 1821, 8vo. (59)

Bain, £8

616 Fairbairn (J.) Book of Crests, 229 plates, half morocco, g. t., 1892, 2 vol., 4to. (173)

J. Bumpus, £2 16s. 617 Faulkner (T.) Historical and Topographical Account of

Fulham, including the Hamlet of Hammersmith, map, plates and woodcuts, LARGE PAPER, extra illustrated by the insertion of about 80 views, portraits, maps, original drawings, etc., half morocco, g. t., 1813, 8vo. (67)

Tregaskis, £4 5s. 618 Faulkner (T.) Historical and Topographical Description of

Chelsea and its Environs, numerous plates, 2 vol., extra illustrated and extended to 4 vol. by the insertion of about 550 rare, portraits, views, original drawings, maps, etc., neatly inlaid where necessary, special title-pages, morocco extra, g. t., by Cobden-Sanderson, the Doves Bindery, 1895, Chelsea, 1829, 8vo. (68)

Tregaskis, £40 619 Faulkner (T.) Historical and Topographical Description of

Chelsea and its Environs, portraits and views, a few extra ones inserted, 2 vol., loose, sold not subject to return, Chelsea, 1829, 8vo. (69)

Edwards, £i ios. 620 Faulkner (T.) History and Antiquities of the Parish of

Hammersmith, plates, LARGE PAPER, extra illustrated by the addition of numerous views, portraits, drawings, cuttings, etc., half morocco, g. t., uncut, 1839, royal 8vo. (70)

Bain, £5 55. 621 Faulkner (T.) History and Antiquities of Brentford, Ealing

and Chiswick, interspersed with Biographical Notices, illustrations, LARGE PAPER, original boards, uncut, 1845, royal 8vo. (71)

Braun, £1 6s. 622 Faulkner (T.) History and Antiquities of Kensington, inter

spersed with Biographical Anecdotes of Royal and Distinguished Personages, etc., map, plates, pedigrees, etc., extra illustrated by the addition of about 200 portraits and views, autograph letters, manuscript matter, cuttings, printed documents, etc., all neatly mounted or inlaid where necessary, and bound in 3 vol., half morocco, g. t., uncut, 1820, 4to. (174)

W. Daniell, £ 14 5s. 623 Fielding (H.) Works, edited by George Saintsbury, illustra

tions by Herbert Railton and S. J. Wheeler, 12 vol., one of 150 copies on LARGE PAPER, uncut, 1893, 8vo. (72)

Bruton, £2 16s. 624 Fielding (T. H.) and J. Walton. Picturesque Tour of the

English Lakes, 48 coloured plates, half morocco, Ackermann, 1821, 4to. (175)

Ellis, £5 7s. 6d. 625 Granger (J.) Biographical History of England from Egbert

the Great to the Revolution, 310 portraits, 6 vol., LARGE PAPER, original boards, uncut, 1824, royal 8vo.. (73)

Maggs, £3 18. 626 Goldsmith (0.) The Vicar of Wakefield, a tale supposed to be written by himself

, second edition, 2 vol., original calf, F. Newberry, 1766, 8vo. (75)

Maggs, £2 16s. 627 Harding (E. and S.) Biographical Mirror, or Connoisseurs Repertory, 50 portraits, first series, old marbled calf, 1795, 4to. (179)

Daniell, £2 9s. 628 Hassell (J.). Tour of the Grand Junction, with Historical and

Topographical Descriptions, coloured plates, morocco, g. e., 1819, 8vo. (79)

H. Cooper, ki gs. 629 Horæ Diurnæ, Hyemalis partis et Estivalis Diocesis Pata

vensis, printed in red and black, with rubricated capitals, original pig-skin, stamped, with two Biblical subjects on the sides, clasps, Venet., P. Liechenstein, 1521, 8vo. (84)

Karslake, £2 12s. 630 Horsfield (T. W.) History, Antiquities and Topography of

the County of Sussex, plates and woodcuts, with the addition of a map of the County, and 12 plates from Daniel's Voyage round Great Britain, 2 vol., half morocco, Lewes, 1835, 4to. (181)

Sotheran, £5 25. 6d. 631 Jameson (Mrs.) The History of Our Lord, as exemplified in

Works of Art, continued and completed by Lady Eastlake, illustrations, 2 vol., first edition, original cloth, 1864, 8vo. (89)

Ellis, £2 6s. 632 Kelmscott Press. The Poems of William Shakespeare,

printed after the original copies, edited by F. S. Ellis, woodcut borders and initials, vellum, uncut, 1893, small 4to. (92)

Shepherd, £13 5s. 633 Lafontaine (J. de). Contes et Nouvelles en Vers, portrait, and

83 plates by Eisen, vignettes, etc., 2 vol., uncut, in drop case, 1777, 8vo. (95)

Shepherd, £1 195. 634 Lamb (C.) Works, 3' vol., Moxon, 1838—Poetical Works,

Bohn, 1841-Specimens of English Dramatic Poets, plates, 2 vol., Moxon, 1835–Tales from Shakspeare, illustrations,

1838, together 7 vol., uncut, 1835-41, 8vo. (98) Ellis, £2 8s. 635 Lambard (w.) A Perambulation of Kent, conteining the

description, Hystorie and Customes of that Shyre, first edition, woodcut map, black letter, calf, R. Newberie, 1576, small 4to. (99)

Edwards, £4 636 Thackeray (W. M.) Vanity Fair, a Novel without a Hero,

illustrations on steel and wood by the author, first edition, half calf, 1848—The Four Georges, the English Humourists of the Eighteenth Century, portraits, uncut, 1869, 8vo. (106)

Hornstein, £2 637 Molière (J. B. P. de). Euvres avec des remarques Gram

maticales des Avertissemens et des Observations sur chaque pièce par M. Bret, plates by Moreau, 6 vol., old French calf gilt, Paris, 1788, 8vo. (108)

Ellis, £2 4s. 638 Nuremberg Chronicle (The), half bound, woodcuts, Nurnberg, 1493, folio (212)

Sotheran, £11 639 Philipott (J.) Villare Cantianum, or Kent Surveyed and

Illustrated, to which is added an Historical Catalogue of the High Sheriffs of Kent, folding map by Hollar, and illustrations, first edition, original calf, 1659, folio (217)

Walford, £1 155. 640 Philipott (T.) Poems by T. Philipott, Master of Arts (some

times) of Clare Hall in Cambridge, first edition, morocco extra, g. e., London, by R. A. for H. Shepheard and W. Ley, 1646, 8vo. (120)

Dobell, £2 125. 641 Philpot (J.) The Trew Report of the Dysputacyon, had and

begonne in the Convocation holden at London among the Clargye there assembled the XVIII. Daye of Octobre, 1554, black letter. Basil., A. Edmonds, n. d.—The Examinacion of the Constaunt Martir of Christ, John Philpot, Archediacon of Winchestre, black letter (without marks, circa 1557), in I vol., old calf, 8vo. (119)

Maggs, £3 5s. 642 Reusner (N.) Icones sive Imagines Virorum Literis Illustrium

cura B. Iobino, 100 woodcut portraits, and woodcut borders, morocco extra, gilt panelled sides, g. e., by Rivière, Argent., 1587, 8vo. (122)

Edwards, £3 3s. 643 Scott (Sir W.) Waverley Novels, plates and woodcuts, 48

vol., original cloth, with the paper labels, A. and C. Black, 1859-60, 8vo. (125)

Maggs, ķ4 185. 644 Shakespeare Illustrated by an Assemblage of Portraits and

Views, with Biographical Anecdotes, to which are added Portraits of the Actors, Editors, etc., 148 portraits and views, 2 vol., old morocco, g. e., 1793, 8vo. (126)

Richards, £5.5s. 645 Somersetshire Archæological and Natural History Society.

Proceedings, vol. xviii., xix., xxi., xxx., xxxiii. to xliii., numerous illustrations, 10 vol. half morocco, remainder unbound, 1872-97, 8vo. (130)

Thorp, £2 ios. 646 Sporting Magazine, or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions

of the Turf, etc., vol. 1., ii., iii., v., viii., xii., xv., xvi., xvii., together 9 vol., plates, half calf, 1792-1801, 8vo. (131)

Luard, £5 155. 647 Tattersall (G.) Pictorial Gallery of English Race Horses, 90

plates after Cooper, Herring, Alken, etc., original cloth, uncut, Bohn, 1850, royal 8vo. (139)

Ellis, £2 18s. 648 Tennyson (A.) In Memoriam, first edition, original cloth, uncut, Moxon, 1850, 8vo. (140)

Wise, £4 175. 6d. 649 Tristram (W.0.) Coaching Days and Coaching Ways, illus

trations by Herbert Railton and Hugh Thomson, uncut, 1888, 4to. (199)

Sotheran, £1 3s. 650 Tuer (A. W.) Bartolozzi and his Works, a Biographical and

Descriptive Account of the Life and Career of Francesco
Bartolozzi, plates, 2 vol., vellum, uncut, n. d., 4to. (201)

Rimell, £2 145. 651 Walpole (H.) Anecdotes of Painting in Italy, with some

Account of the principal Artists, etc. collected by the late Mr. George Vertue-Catalogue of Engravers who have been born or resided in England, 6 vol., portraits, old calf,

Strawberry Hill, 1762-63, 4to. (202) Dobell, £4 55. 652 Woodburn (S.) Gallery of Rare Portraits, 200 portraits, 2 vol., old morocco, g. e., 1816, 4to. (204)

Hill, £4

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AND OTHER PROPERTIES. (No. of Lots, 548; amount realised, a number of autograph letters

included, £481 12s. 6d.)

653 Addison (J.) Cato, a Tragedy, first edition (unbound), uncut, 1713, 4to. (500)

Denham, £2 654 Booker (John). The Dutch Fortune-Teller, discovering

Thirty-six several Questions which Old and Young, Married
Men and Women, Batchelors and Maids delight to be
Resolved of, woodcut on title, and 10 pages of tables, calf
extra, Aldermary Church-Yard, n. d., about 1690, folio (270)

Dobell, £I 155. 655 Brewer (J. S.) The Reign of Henry VIII., 2 vol., cloth, 1884, 8vo. (392)

Edwards, £2 145. 656 British Novelists, edited by Barbauld, 50 vol., calf, 1820, 8vo. (438)

Edwards, £4 125. 657 Chaucer (G.) The Workes of our Antient and Learned

English Poet, newly printed with additions, calf (broken),
A. Islip, 1598, folio (284)

Rimell, £2 45. 658 Choderlos de Laclos (A. F.) Les Liasons Dangereuses, 2 vol., plates, boards, uncut, Londres, 1796, 8vo. (109)

Rosedale, £r 145. 659 Christian's Defence (The), old English morocco, the sides

tooled and gilt to a “Cottage Roof” design, a good specimen of binding, 1675, 8vo. (118)

Pickering, £2 4s. 660 Cookery. Les Delices de la Campagne, Suitte du Jardinier

François, ou est enseigné a preparer pour l'usage de la vie tout ce qui croist sur la Terre et dans les Eaux, plates, original vellum, à Paris, 1656, 12mo. (452)

Cogswell, £1 145. 661 Edwards (G.) Natural History of Uncommon Birds and of

some Rare and Undescribed Animals, 7 vol. in 4, coloured frontispiece and plates, russia gilt, g. e., 1743-64, 4to. (503)

Cogswell, £2 145. 662 Fielding (H.). History of Tom Jones, 3 vol., coloured plates

by Rowlandson, cloth, 1792, 8vo. (85) Maggs, £3 ios. 663 Gardiner (S. R.) History of England from 1603 to 1616, 2 vol., cloth, 1863, 8vo. (420)

Sotherun, £17 664 Gardiner (S. R.) Prince Charles and the Spanish Marriage, 2 vol., cloth, 1869, 8vo. (418)

Neild, £2 16s. 665 Hennepin (L.) A New Discovery of a Vast Country in

America, frontispiece and plates (wanted maps), w. a. f., with bookplate of “John Farrington of London. Merchant," 1698, 8vo. (132)

Edwards, £i jos.

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