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plates, original impressions, vellum, s. I. ou d. [1637), oblong folio (548)

Cotton, £2 18s. 5726 Marston (John). The Malcontent, augmented by Marston,

with the Additions played by the Kings Maiesties Servants, written by John Webster (dedication in Latin to Ben Jonson), signature of “Kathrene Throckmorton" on reverse of title, unbound, headline cut into (af), V. S. for William Apsley in Paules Churchyard, 1604, small 4to. (550)

Pickering, £18 1os. 5727 Marston (John). What you Will, first edition (headlines cut

into), G. Eld for T. Thorpe, 1607—The Insatiate Countess, a Tragedie, acted at White-Fryers, J. N. for H. Perrie,

1631, both unbound, small 4to. (551) Pickering, £6 1os. 5728 Martial. Epigrammata, nova editio, ex Museo P. Scriverii

cum animadversionibus, 3 vol., old English morocco, g. e.,

Lugd. Bat., Jo. Maire, 1618-19, 12mo. (552). Quaritch, £3 5729 Martial. His Epigrams translated, with Sundry Poems and

Fancies, by R. Fletcher, first edition, portrait of Martial by
Vaughan (small hole in it), original calf, T. Mabb for W.
Sheares, 1656, small 8vo. (553)

Sabin, £10 5730 Mary Queen of Scots. Collections relating to the History of,

containing a great number of Original Pieces never before printed, etc., revised and published by James Anderson, LARGE PAPER (oval head by Vertue pasted on fly-leaf of vol. i.), 4 vol., old calf gilt, r. e., Edinburgh and London, J. Mosman, etc., 1727-8, 4to. (558)

J. Bunpus, 46 5731 Massinger (Philip). The Picture, á Tragecomedie, as it was

often presented with good allowance at the Globe and Black-friers Play-houses by the Kings Maiesties Servants, first edition, unbound (wanted Aj, a blank), J. N. for Thomas Walkley, 1639, small 4to. (563)

Pickering, £3 ios. 5732 Massinger (Philip). The Maid of Honour, as it hath beene

often presented with good allowance at the Phænix in Drurie-Lane, by the Queenes Majesties Servants, first edition, unbound, J. B. for R. Allot, 1632, small 4to. (564)

Jackson, £18 5733 Massinger (Philip). The Emperour of the East, a Tragæ

Comoedie, as it hath bene divers times acted at the Blackfriers and Globe Playhouses by the Kings Maiesties Servants, first edition, unbound, T. Harper for J. Waterson, 1632, small 4to. (565)

Pickering, £4 2s. 6d. 5734 Massinger (Philip) and N. Field. The Fatall Dowry, a

Tragedy, as often acted at the Private House in Blackefryers by his Majesties Servants, written by P. M. and N. F., first edition, unbound, J. Norton for F. Constable, 1632, small 4to. (566)

Sabin, £14 5s. 5735 Massinger (Philip). A New Way to pay Old Debts, a

Comædiæ, as often acted at the Phönix in Drury-Lane by the Queenes Maiesties Servants, first edition, unbound,

E. P. for H. Seyle, 1633, small 4to. (567) Sabin, £20 5736 Massinger (Philip). The Great Duke of Florence, a Comicall

Historie, as often presented with good allowance by her

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Maties Servantes at the Phænix in Drurie Lane, first edition (A) and 4, blanks, wanting), unbound, J. Marriot, 1636, small 4to. (568)

Maggs, £3 7s. 5737 Massinger (Philip). The Unnaturall Combat, a Tragedie, as

it was presented by the Kings Majesties Servants at the Globe, first edition, unbound, E. G. for John Waterson, 1639, small 4to. (569)

A. Jackson, £19 5738 Massinger (Philip), Thomas Middleton and William Rowley.

The Excellent Comedy called The Old Law, or a New Way to Please you, with a Perfect Catalogue of Playes, unbound,

E. Archer, 1656, small 4to. (570) Pickering, 419 Tos. 5739 Mayne (Jasper). The Amorous Warre, a Tragi-Comady,

first edition (lower margins uncut), Printed in the yeare 1648 -Two Plaies, The City Match and the Amorous Warre, both long since written, both unbound, Oxford, H. Hall for R. Davis, 1658, small 4to. (577)

A. Jackson, 131 5740 Médailles sur les Principaux Evenements du Règne de Louis

Le Grand, avec des Explications Historiques (avec la préface), frontispiece, folding plate of portraits of Louis XIV., 286 plates of medals taken on one side only, and Table, all printed within ornamental borders, old French morocco, with the Royal French arms, g. on m. e., Paris, Impr. Roy., 1702, folio (580)

Maggs, £5 5741 Meriton (Thomas). Love and War, a Tragedy, first edition,

Printed for C. Webb, 1658–-The Wandring Lover, a Tragy
Comedie, first edition, T. L. for T. C. and W. Burden, 1658
- May (Thomas). The Heire, a Comedie, as acted by the
Company of Revels, 1620, A. Matthewes for T. Jones, 1633

- The Old Couple, a Comedy, J. Cottrel for S. Speed, 1658,

four pieces, all unbound, small 4to. (584) Pickering, [23 5742 Merry Devill of Edmonton (The), as it hath beene sundry

times acted by his Maiesties Servants at the Globe, on the banke-side, unbound, with the blank leaf forming Aj written on, otherwise a very fine and clean copy, H. Ballard for Arthur Johnson dwelling at the signe of the Whitehorse in Paules Church Yard over against the great North doore of Paules, 1608, small 4to. (585) A. Jackson, £300

[The first edition of a play which has been attributed to Shakespeare. The Perkins copy sold for £14. See Book

PRICES CURRENT, vol. iii., No. 6520.---ED.] 5743 Middleton (Thomas). Your fine Gallants, as it hath been

often in Action at the Blackfriers, first edition, unbound, good copy, Imprinted for Richard Bonian dwelling at the Signe of the Spread Eagle over against St. Paules Church, n. d. (1607), small 4to. (591)

Sabin, £100 [At the Roxburghe sale in 1812 a good copy realised

ti 6s.—ED.] 5744 Middleton (Thomas). Michaelmas Terme, newly corrected

(imprint defective), R. H. for R. Meighen, 1630—The
Phænix (title defective), (1630) - A Mad World my Vasters,
J. S. for Jas. Becket, 1640– The Mayor of Quinborough, H.
Herringman, 1661- The Spanish Gipsie, by Middleton and

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subject to return), old calf, W. Dight, Shoe Lane, 1615, small 4to. (365)

Quaritch, {2 ios. 5670 Gower (John). Confessio Amantis, English illuminated

Manuscript on vellum (213 leaves, 17% by 12% inches), written in old English black letter, rubrics in Latin, in double columns of 46 lines, with 99 finely painted and illuminated miniatures of subjects connected with the text, including the signs of the Zodiac and 14 landscapes connected with positions of the principal stars (the miniatures apart from the Zodiac signs and the starry landscapes measure 3/4 by 358 inches), the MS. had originally 108 miniatures, but 10 have been cut out and one is loose, many hundred large and small illuminated ornamental initials with marginal decorations, and pen ornaments and capitals (first leaf defective), old russia, xiv. Cent., large folio (378)

Quaritch, £1,550 [A very interesting Codex of Gower's “Confessio Amantis." The miniatures are very valuable for the costume and armour and domestic habits of the period. A rubric folio iii. reads, “Anno domini millesimo CCCmo novagesimo quia tūc erat ecclia divisa,” indicating the MS. was written after that date. There is a table of

contents at end occupying 6 leaves.- Catalogue.] 5671 [Green (Robert).) The Historie of Orlando Furioso, one of

the Twelve Peeres of France, as it was playd before the Queenes Majestie (second edition) (containing A-H in 4's, H 4 blank), unbound, S. Stafford for C. Burley, 1599, small 4to. (382)

Cotton, £39 5672 Gribelin (Samuel). A New Book of Ornaments useful to all

Artists, 12 plates, including title, original impressions, bound in front is a slip containing an original drawing of an ornamental coat-of-arms, having on the reverse an autograph letter of thanks of the designer, S. Gribelin, old English morocco, ornamental gilt panel sides, excudit 1704, oblong 4to. (384)

Quaritch, £41 5673 Grisoni (Federico). Ordini di Cavalcare et modi di conoscere

le nature de' Cavalli emendari e vitii loro, et ammaestrargli per l'uso della guerra et commodita degli huomini, contemporary Italian calf, the sides covered with gilt and coloured intersected Grolieresque scrolls, edges gilt and gauffred in ornaments, well preserved, Venet., V. Valgrisi, 1551, small 8vo. (385)

Pickering, £20 5674 Guazzo (Stefano). The Civile Conversation, written first in

Italian, divided into four Bookes, the first three translated out of French by G. Pettie ... the fourth translated out of Italian into English by Barth. Young, black letter, T. East, 1586—Castilio (Castiglione) (Count B.) The Courtier, divided into foure Bookes, translated into English by Tho. Hobby, black letter. T. Creede, 1603, in 1 vol., half russia, y.e., small 4to. (387)

Edwards, 49 5675 Guevara (L. Velez de). El Diablo Cojuelo ; Novela de la

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