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example of Padeloup's work, done between 1741 and 1745. -Catalogue. Another copy, in morocco extra, realised 13 5s. (Lot 953).—ED.]

5220 Rabelais. Gargantua and Pantagruel, translated by Urquhart and Motteux, with an Introduction by C. Whibley, one of 18 copies printed on Japanese vellum paper, 3 vol., parchment, uncut, Tudor translations, 1900, 8vo. (856) Dobell, £6 5221 Ramsay (Allan). Poems, first edition, portraits, 2 vol., old calf, in morocco case, Edinburgh, 1821-28, 8vo. (859)

Denham, £8 [Presentation copy, with author's autograph inscription, and bookplates and autograph of Robert Lumsdaine, of Innergelly. Catalogue.]

5222 Rawstorne (L.) Gamonia, or the Art of Preserving Game, 15 coloured engravings by J. T. Rawlins, morocco, g. e., R. Ackermann, 1837, 8vo. (863) Sabin, £8 10s. 5223 Recueil des Meilleurs Contes en Vers (par La Fontaine, Voltaire, Vergier, Senecé, Perrault, Grécourt, Piron, Autreau, etc.), illustrated with plates by Duplessis Bertaux, 4 vol.-Voltaire, La Pucelle d'Orleans, poëme en vingt-un chants, portrait, frontispiece and vignettes as in the previous work, 2 vol. in 1-Le Fond du Sac, ou restant des babioles De M. X*** (Felix Nogaret), frontispiece and vignette plates, 2 vol. in 1, together 8 vol. in 6, morocco super extra, by Cuzin, Londres (Paris, Cazin), 1778-80, 8vo. (864)

Tree, £13 10s. 5224 Randolph (Thomas). Aristippus or the Jovial Philosopher, Demonstrativelie Proving that Quartes, Pintes and Pottles are sometimes necessary Authours in the Scholer's Library, with the Conceited Pedlar, T. Harper for J. Marriot, etc., 1630-The Jealous Lovers, a Comedie presented at Cambridge by the Students of Trinity College, Printers to the University of Cambridge, 1632—The Muses Looking-Glasse, Oxford, L. Lichfield for Fr. Bowman, 1638, first editions, in 1 vol., half bound, small 4to. (957) Hazlitt, £7 2s. 6d. 5225 Richardson (Samuel). Clarissa, or the History of a Young Lady, comprehending the most important concerns of Private Life, first edition, 7 vol., original calf, 1748, 8vo. (867) Berry, £5 5s. 5226 Rigaud (J.) Recueil Choisi des plus belles Vues des Palais, Chateaux, etc. de Paris, 108 (should be 129) plates, original impressions, Paris, circa 1725-Boydell's Various River Views of London, 30 plates, original impressions, 1753, etc., in 1 vol., old calf, oblong folio (1050) Bihn, £20 5227 Rogers (Samuel). Italy, a Poem, first edition, illustrations after Turner and Stothard, proof impressions (those on pp. 88-91 reversed), original boards, uncut, very clean, Cadell, 1830, presentation copy from the author, with his autograph inscription on the fly-leaf, "To J. H. Wiffen, from his friend Samuel Rogers" (873)-Poems, first edition, illustrations after Turner and Stothard, proof impressions,

original boards, uncut, with the original paper label, very clean, ib., 1834, presentation copy from the author, with his autograph inscription on fly-leaf, "To J. H. Wiffen, Esq., from his very sincere friend the Author," together 2 vol., 1830-34, 8vo. (874) Pickering, £15 5228 Rossetti (D. G.) Original Autograph Manuscript, in verse, of "Henry the Lepper," a Swabian Miracle Rhyme, a very legibly written manuscript of 67 leaves, bound in morocco, g. e., by Rivière and Son (circa 1846-7), 4to. (965)

Denham, £56 5229 Scarron (Paul). Le Roman Comique, 16 plates in folio by Dumont and Pater, engraved by Audran, morocco, g. t., uncut, Paris, 1727-39, folio (973) Stone, £10 5s. 5230 Scott (Sir W.) Waverley Novels, complete set of the first editions, half morocco extra, g.e., by Rivière and Son, Edinburgh, 1814-32, 8vo. (893) Denham, £85

5231 Shakespeare. The Works of Mr. William Shakespear, in 6 vol., adorned with cuts, revised and corrected, with an Account of the Life and Writings of the Author by N. Rowe, morocco extra, g. e., Tonson and Curll, 1709-10 (895) Connor, £50

[The first illustrated edition of Shakespeare. A complete copy (such as the above), which should contain a poetical frontispiece to each volume and an engraving to every play, is excessively rare. The Stratford bust was first engraved for this edition. Accompanying the above copy is vol. vii., published in 1710, containing " Venus and Adonis," Gildon's "Life of Shakespeare," etc.-Catalogue.]

5232 Shakespeare. L'Ambleto Opere, da rappresentarii nel Reggio Teatro d'Haymarket, Dedicata a Sua Eccelenza il Signor Henrico Conte di Portland, etc., unbound (a few headlines cut into), Jacob Tonson at Shakespear's Head, 1712 (899)

Maberley, £21

[In English and Italian. An apparently undescribed issue. The first translation into Italian of any of Shakespeare's Plays. The earliest Italian translation of Hamlet in the British Museum is that of 1814.-Catalogue.]

5233 Shakespeare. Essayes written in French by Michael Lord of Montaigne, done into English, according to the last French edition, by John Florio, portrait of Florio by Hole, a large copy, in its original calf binding (re-backed), Bradwood, 1613, folio (1065) Banks, £12

[The second edition in English, and far rarer than that of 1603. It was an important book in Shakespeare's library -vide "The Tempest."-Catalogue.]

5234 Shakespeare (William). Comedies, Histories and Tragedies, published according to the true originall copies, first folio edition, all the preliminary leaves, and several leaves in the volume either in facsimile or very much washed, margins of many leaves mended, a short copy (12% by 7% inches), but the body of the book sound and in fair state, sold not

subject to return, morocco extra, g.e., W. Jaggard, Ed. Blount, J. Smithweeke and W. Apsley, 1623, folio (1059) Tregaskis, £88

5235 Shakespeare (William). Comedies, Histories and Tragedies, the second folio edition, had only 2 of the preliminary leaves, viz., "The names of the Actors" and "a Catalogue," both of which were mended and wanted all after p. 400 in Cymbeline, but the body of the book is sound, and measures 121⁄2 by 8 inches, sold not subject to return, old calf, 1632, folio (1060) Tregaskis, £11 5S. 5236 Shakespeare. Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories and Tragedies, published according to the true originall copies, the second impression, portrait by Droeshout, wanted the verses by Ben Jonson, and is imperfect at end (terminating at page 418), some leaves stained and many soiled, in the original rough state, sold not subject to to return, Tho. Cotes for Robert Allot, 1632, folio (1061)

Groome, £35

[On June 5th, 1902, another copy of the second folio was sold by Mr. Thomas Wright, at the Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, for £340. It had the Allot title-page and the verses by Ben Jonson, and was generally in sound condition.--ED.] 5237 Shakespeare traduit de l'Anglois. Dédié au Roi, 20 vol., LARGE PAPER, old French calf gilt, g. e., Paris, 1776-1782, 4to. (1158) Banks, L31 [The first translation into French. No copy on either large or small paper is in the British Museum catalogue of Shakespeariana. Translated by Letourneur, Catuelan and


5238 Shakespeare. Florio's Second Frutes, to be gathered of Twelve Trees, of divers but delightsome tastes to the tongues of Italians and Englishmen, to which is annexed his Gardine of Recreation, yielding six thousand Italian Proverbs, first edition, calf gilt, London, printed for Thomas Woodcock, 1591, 4to. (1159) Berry, £21

[Contained the sonnet, "Phaeton to his friend Florio," now attributed to Shakespeare.—ED.]

5239 Shakespeare Gallery, Boydell's edition, 100 large plates, including the Seven Ages, after Westall, Reynolds, Stothard, etc., 2 vol. in I, calf, enclosed in portfolio, 1803, atlas folio (1063) Welby, £20 5240 Shelley. A Collection of Eleven Autograph Letters, etc. of P. B. Shelley, written between 1810 and 1820, and addressed to Miss Curran, Hogg, Ollier, Stockdale and Peacock, upon Literary Matters, his Books, etc., with an important Autograph Letter of Horace Smith in reference to Shelley and Godwin, preserved in a morocco case, 1810-20 (900) Denham, £161 [The catalogue gives transcripts from each of these letters.-ED.]

5241 [Shelley (P. B.)] St. Irvyne, or The Rosicrucian, a Romance,

by a Gentleman of the University of Oxford, morocco extra,

t.e.g., uncut (wanted the half title), London, 1811, 12mo. (912) Dobell, £13 5242 Shelley (P. B.) The Cenci, a Tragedy in five Acts, first edition, uncut, bound by Zaehnsdorf in morocco, t. e. g., with gilt and inlaid tooling, and a doublé of morocco, enclosed in a morocco case, Italy, printed for C. and J. Ollier, Vere Street, Bond Street, London, 1819, 8vo. (913) Denham, £40 [Published in boards at 4s. 6d. No half-title precedes title page. ED.] 5243 Shelley (P. B.) Adonais, an Elegy on the Death of John Keats, first edition, 4to. cut to an 8vo. size, bound in calf extra, by Rivière, Pisa, 1821, 8vo. (915) Maggs, £9 158. 5244 Skelton (John). Here after foloweth a litel boke called Colyn Cloute, compyled by mayster Skelton, poete Laureate, black letter, title and 29 leaves, a large and sound copy, in calf, London, Rycharde Kele dwellyng in the poultry at the long shop under saynt Myldredes chyrche, n. d., 8vo. (918) Quaritch, £72

5245 Sketchley (W.) The Cocker, containing every Information to the Breeders and Amateurs of that noble Bird the Game Cock, frontispiece, half bound russia, emblematic tooling on the back, by Gosden, his own copy, with his bookplate, Burton-on-Trent, 1814, 8vo. (919) Hatchard, £6 10s. 5246 Smith (William). The History of the Province of New York from the first discovery to the Year 1732, first edition, temporary binding, no folding plate, London, T. Wilcox, 1757, 4to. (188) Edwards, £29 15s.

[This interesting copy was the author's own, as will be seen by the long note on the fly-leaf, dated from the Manor of Livington, 6th December, 1777.—Catalogue.]

5247 Stage-Plays.

A Shorte Treatise against Stage-Playes (London), old calf, Printed in the yeere of our Lord 1625, 4to. (1163) Carliss, £15 105.

[Only three copies appear to be known. The other two are in the British Museum and the Advocates' Library.— Catalogue.]

5248 Sterne (L.) Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, with the autograph of the author in vol. v., vii. and ix., first edition, 9 vol., 1760-7-Sentimental Journey through France and Italy, first edition, 2 vol., 1768, together 11 vol., morocco extra, g. e., 1760-8, 8vo. (1071) Proctor, £20

5249 Stevenson (Robert Louis). The Pentland Rising, original green wrappers, Edinburgh, 1866, 8vo. (1075)

J. Bumpus, £7 10s. 5250 Stevenson (Robert Louis). New Arabian Nights, first edition, 2 vol., original cloth, 1882, 8vo. (1079) J. Bumpus, £12 55. [A second edition appeared the same year in I vol., crown 8vo.-ED.]

5251 Stevenson (Robert Louis). An Object of Pity, or the Man Haggard, a Romance-with the Reply, Objects of Pity,

first editions, 2 vol., original parchment wrappers, 1892, 8vo. (1081) J. Bumpus, £22 10s. [Only a few copies privately issued by Lady Jersey, at Sydney, during the summer of 1892. The "Object of Pity" has a name written on title, and the " Reply" has interesting MS. corrections by Bazett Haggard.—Catalogue.] 5252 Stevenson (Robert Louis). Original Manuscript (in form of a letter) upon "American Rights and Wrongs," one page folio, signed in full “Robert Louis Stevenson, Sherrydon, Bournemouth" (1086) Maggs, £12 5s.

[In the course of this interesting "paper," Mr. Stevenson testifies his appreciation of his fair treatment by a wellknown firm of American publishers.-Catalogue.]

5253 Surtees (R. S.) Complete Set of the Sporting Novels, comprising Mr. Spong's Sporting Tour, 1852-3-Handley Cross, or Mr. Jorrocks' Hunt, 1853-54-Ask Mamma, or the Richest Commoner in England, 1857-58-Plain or Ringlets, 1859-60-Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds, 1864-65, all first editions complete in the original parts, with all the wrappers, advertisements, etc., and all the coloured illustrations by Leech, 1852-60, 8vo. (1088) J. Bumpus, £40 5254 Swift (Dean). Travels into several Remote Nations of the World, in 4 parts, by Lemuel Gulliver, brilliant impressions of the portrait of Swift and of the maps, 2 vol., first edition, calf extra, y. e., 1726 (1089) Denham, £21

[A very fine copy of the genuine first issue, with the double pagination. It contained all five title-pages, three of which were often cancelled by the binders.-Catalogue.] 5255 Swift (Dean). A Tale of a Tub. to which is added an Account of a Battel between the Antient and Modern Books in St. James's Library, first edition, with the leaf of announcements facing title, often wanting, calf super extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, 1704, 8vo. (762) Denham, £9 5256 [Tabourot (Jean).] Orchesographie et Traicte enforme de Dialogue, Par Thoinot Arbeau demeurant a Lengres, woodcuts and musical notation, old French morocco, gilt leaves, Lengres, Jehan des Preyz, 1589, 4to. (469) Lemon, £15

[The earliest French book relative to dancing. Daniel Demoustier's (celebrated painter of the time of Henri III.) copy, with his autograph signature on the title-page. Douce gives an account of the volume in his "Illustrations of Shakespeare," page 579.-Catalogue.]

5257 Tasso (Torquato). Godfrey of Bulloigne, or the Recoverie of Hierusalem. An Heroicall poem written in Italian by Seig. Torquato Tasso, and translated into English by R. C., Esquire, and now the first part containing five Cantos, imprinted in both languages, morocco extra, g. e., Imprinted by John Windet, 1594, 4to. (1167) Wood, LIO 5s.

[The earliest work of the poet Richard Carew, reprinted by the Rev. A. B. Grosart in 1881.—Catalogue.]

5258 Tennyson (Alfred Lord). Poems by Two Brothers, a LARGE

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