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6146 Johnson (Dr. Samuel). Works, “Oxford English Classics.” 9 vol., portrait, calf gilt, m.e., Oxford, 1825, 8vo. (268)

Bain, £3 ss 6147 Journal of the Statistical Society of London, vol. i. to xxiv.

and General Index to the first 15 vol., half calf (vol. XX. xxi. and xxii. not quite uniform), vol. xxx., Xxxi., xxxiv. and xlvii. complete in parts, and 39 parts (odd)- Jubilee volume,

1885 (unbound), 1839-91, 8vo. (271) Walford, (14 58 6148 Lecky (W. E. H.) History of England in the Eighteenth

Century, third edition, revised, 6 vol., calf gilt, m. e., 1883-87. 8vo. (284)

J. Bumpus, 44 5s. 6149 Lucretius de Rerum Natura, libri sex, 2 vol., printed upoc

vellum, plates after F. van Mieris, morocco, full gilt backs silk linings, g. e., by Derome, Lut. Par., A. Coustelier, 1744 8vo. (296)

Bain, [17 6150 Macaulay (Lord). History of England, from the Accession of James II., 5 vol., calf gilt, m. e., 1849-61, 8vo. (299)

J. Bumpus, LUIS 6151 Marat (J. P.) L'Ami du Peuple. Journal politique et im

partial (No. 1 to 685), bound in 14 vol. (the first number inlaid), 12 Septembre, 1789–21 Septembre, 1793– The same [No. 110-161), Mars 25-Mai 20, 1790, in 1 vol. Journal de la République Française [No. I to 244), 1792-95 bound in 5 vol., half morocco gilt, uniform, together 20 vol. 8vo. (305)

Quaritch, [zu 6152 Marlowe (Christopher). Works, edited, with Notes and Life.

by Alex. Dyce, 3 vol., calf gilt, m. e., Pickering, 1850, 8vo. (308)

Maggs, (2 16s 6153 Marot (Clement). (Euvres, 6 vol. in the original calf, with

the arms of Madame de Pompadour on the sides, r. e., L Haye, 1731, 8vo. (309)

Quaritch, {6154 Mecure de France, January to August, 1747, contemporan

morocco, g. e., with the arms of Marie Leczinska on sides and fleurs-de-lis on the backs, in 9 vol., 8vo. (315)

Quaritch, 121 6155 Muratorus (L. A.) Rerum Italicarum Scriptores, ab añno

500 ad annum 1500, cum Notis, Indice, etc., 25 vol. in 28.

vellum, uncut, Mediol., 1723-51, folio (479) Bull, £15 is 6156 Napoleon. Correspondance de Napoléon I., publiée par

ordre de l'Empereur Napoléon III., 32 vol., half calf gilt 1858-70, 8vo. (335)

Edwards, 43 155. 6157 Ovid. Les Métamorphoses d'Ovide, en Latin et en Francois

de la Traduction de M. l'Abbé Banier ... avec des Explications Historiques, 4 vol., frontispiece, plates and vigneties morocco extra, g. e., by Doll of Paris, Paris, chez le Cler. 1767, 68, 69, 70, 4to. (441)

Quaritch, 1.300 [Unique copy, containing engraved title by Choffard. with a portrait of Ovid, in three states ; proof, proof before all letters, and the etchings, "encadrement " to dedication in three states; the complete series of 140 plates, designed by Boucher and others, with four exceptions, in two or more states, proofs before all letters, proofs, and the etchins

The following are only in one state (proof): Du Cahos, Les Sæurs de Phaëton, Thésée, Vénus et Adonis sur un gazon (several of the proofs and etchings inlaid); vignettes designed and engraved by Choffard and Monnet. Proofs of eleven of the vignettes “tirages à part” (inlaid) bound up at the end of vol. iv.-Jupiter amoureux d'Io, in three states, proof, proof before all letters, and the etching, the two latter “découvertes”; Calisto, in two states, proof and the etching, the latter “découverte”; Diane au Bain, in two states, proof and the etching, the latter “découverte"; Persée délivre Andromède, in two states, proof before all letters and the etching, the latter “découverte”; Céphale et l'Aurore, in three states, proofs and the etchings, the first proof “découverte”; Glaucus et Scylla, proof and the etching, and a reversed plate, proof before all letters.

Catalogue.] 6158 Petitot et Monmerqué (M. M.) Collection des Mémoires

relatifs à l'Histoire de France, depuis le Règne de PhilippeAuguste, jusqu'à la Paix de Paris, conclue en 1763, both series, together 130 vol., half calf gilt, m. e., uniform, 1819-20, 8vo. (342)

Bain, £18 6159 Planché (J. R.) Cyclopaedia of Costume, or Dictionary of

Dress, 2 vol., plates in gold and colours, and numerous illustrations in the text, morocco extra, inside borders, joints, g. e., 1876, 4to. (446)

Edwards, £7 2s. 6d. 6160 Plutarchus. Vitæ Parallelæ, a diversis Interpretibus Latinæ

factæ, 2 vol. in 1, large initial letter on the first leaf illuminated in gold and colours, and numerous capitals painted in red and blue, a large copy, old oak boards, covered with stamped leather, Venet., N. Jenson, 1478, folio (484)

Maggs, £10 6161 Rabelais (François). Oeuvres, 2 vol., russia, 8. e. (Hollande, Elzevir), 1666, 8vo. (354)

Bain, £i 16s. 6162 Rawlinson (Professor G.) The Sixth Great Oriental Monarchy, map and illustrations, uncut, 1873, 8vo. (358)

Bickers, £ 5 ios. 6163 Saint-Simon. Mémoires complets et authentiques, sur le

Siècle de Louis XIV. et la Régence, 21 vol., half calf gilt, m. e., 1829-30, 8vo. (365)

Lady Hope, £3 155. 6164 Shakspeare (W.) Plays, with the corrections and illustra

tions of various Commentators, and Notes by Dr. S. Johnson and George Steevens, fourth edition, revised and augmented (by Isaac Reed), 15 vol., portrait, illustrated by the insertion of 181 character and other portraits, chiefly after Stothard and Smirke, views, etc., morocco extra, g. e., 1793, 8vo. (369)

Sotheran, £19 ios. 6165 Shakspeare (W.) Dramatic Works, revised by George

Steevens, “ Boydell's Fine Edition,” 9 vol., with the series of engravings after Stothard, Westall, Smirke, etc., stamped russia, with the Harborough arms on sides, gilt gaufré edges, Bulmer, 1802, folio (491)

Maggs, £9 5s.

6166 Smollett (T.) Works, edited by Moore and Browne, 8 vol.

portrait, calf gilt, m. e., 1872, 8vo. (380) Maggs, £5 155. 6167 Stafford (Thomas). Pacata Hibernia. Ireland appeased and

reduced, or a Historie of the late Warres of Ireland, portrait of Queen Elizabeth, and of the Earl of Totnes, and maps, including the rare one of Munster, morocco super extra

g.e., by F. Bedford, 1633, folio (495) Bain, £1 165. 6168 Strype (John). Works, with General Index, 21 vol. in 27. calf gilt, r. e., uniform, Oxford, 1822-8, 8vo. (389)

Bull, £3 155. 6169 Stubbs (W.) The Constitutional History of England, in its

Origin and Development, 3 vol., library edition, tree-caif extra, m. e., by Rivière and Son, 1880, 8vo. (390)

Quaritch, £2 158. 6170 Surtees Society's Publications, vol. xiv. to lxxxvi., original cloth, 1842-1889, 8vo. (391).

Harding, £15 155 6171 Swift (Dean). Works, containing Additional Letters, I racis

and Poems, not hitherto published, edited, with Notes and a Life of the Author, by Sir Walter Scott, second and best edition, 19 vol., portrait, sprinkled calf, Edinburgh, 1824. 8vo. (392)

Quaritch, £1: 6172 Tytler (P. F.) History of Scotland, 7 vol., calf gilt, m.e. Edinburgh, 1845, 8vo. (404)

Johnstone, {2 4s. 6173 Voltaire. 'Oeuvres complètes, nouvelle édition, précédée de

la Vie de Voltaire par Condorcet, 50 vol., portrait, half calf gilt, m. e., 1883, 8vo. (411)

Edwards, 44 45. 6174 Walpole (Horace). Letters, including many now first pub

lished (1735-1797), 6 vol., 1846— Letters to Sir Horace Mann (concluding series), [1760-1786], 4 vol., 1843, portraits, calf gilt, m. e., together 10 vol., 8vo. (412)

Young, £2 18s.

(JUNE 18TH, 19TH AND 20TH, 1902.]


(No. of Lots, 785; amount realised, about £2,300.)

6175 Adams (F.O.) History of Japan, illustrations, 2 vol., morocco extra, uncut, 1874, 8vo. (1)

Parsons, £1 38. • 6176 American Broadsides, issued in New York, between the Years

1769 and 1775. Answer to Citizen's Address to the Public by Plebeian-Meeting of the People of Boston, to prevent the unlading of English Tea-Meeting of the Citizens of New York — General Lee's Resignation - Proclamations against the Supply of Arms-Addresses to the Inhabitants of New York-Advertisement of C. O. Bruff of Swords for

Gentlemen who are forming themselves into Companies in Defence of their Liberties –Testimony of the People called Quakers, etc., in all 50 Broadsides, loosely inserted in a vol. with blank leaves, old morocco, with a companion vol. in similar binding, folio (223)

Sabin, £150 6177 Ancient Metrical Tales, edited by C. H. Hartshorne, thick

paper (12 copies printed), with the “Demaundes Joyous,"

morocco extra, by Hayday, 1829, 8vo. (6) Maggs, £i 145. 6178 Apuleius. Metamorphosis, or Golden Ass, and Philosophical

Works, translated by Taylor, with the suppressed passages,

half morocco, uncut, 1822, 8vo. (10) Hollings, £i 16s. 6179 Arabian Nights. The Book of the Thousand and One

Nights, done into English Prose and Verse by J. Payne, 9 vol., Printed for the Villon Society, 1882, 8vo. (11)

Sotheran, £8 6180 Arthur of Little Britain. History of that Valiant Knight

Arthur of Little Britain (edited by E. V. Utterson), plates in outline, with a duplicate set illuminated in gold and colours by J. Harris, LARGE PAPER (25 copies printed), morocco extra, uncut, top edge gilt, 1814, 4to. (143)

Sabin, £11 1os. [A similar copy realised £8 jos. Lot 144.-ED.) 6181 Arthur (King). The Byrth, Lyf and Actes of King Arthur

and his Knyghtes of the Rounde Table, their mervyllous Enquestes and Adventures, etc., with Introduction and Notes, by R. Southey, 2 vol., LARGE PAPER, half morocco

extra, uncut, by Bedford, 1817, 8vo. (145) Maggs, £2 2s. 6182 Ascham (Roger). Toxophilus, Abell Jeffes, 1589—Report

and Discourse of the Affaires and State of Germany and the Emperor Charles his Court, John Daye (1552)— The Schoolemaster, A. Jeffs, 1589, 3 vol. in 1, black letter, fine copies, morocco extra, by Zaehnsdorf, the Osterley Park copy, 8vo. (146)

Quaritch, £8 ios. 6183 Ascham (Roger). The Scholemaster, black letter. morocco, gilt edges, J. Daye, 1571, 8vo. (147)

Quaritch, £8 6184 Ashmole (Elias). Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum, plates.

by Vaughan and Cross, and woodcuts (portrait inserted),

morocco extra, gilt edges, 1652, 8vo. (148) Bain, £5 155. 6185 Bacon (Lord). Essaies. His Religious Meditations, Places

of Perswasion and Diswasion, sixth edition, morocco extra, gilt edges, John Jaggard, 1613, 8vo. (16)

Tregaskis, £14 1os. 6186 Bale (J.) The First two Partes of the Actes or unchast.

Examples of the English Votaries, black letter, morocco extra, gilt edges, by Bedford, A. Vele, 1551, 8vo. (20)

Tregaskis, £4 45. 5187 Baron (R.) Apologie for Paris for rejecting Juno and Pallas,

and presenting of Ates Golden Ball to Venus, morocco extra, gilt edges, by Rivière, 1649, 8vo. (23)

Tregaskis, £ 5 75. 6d. 6188 Beaumont and Fletcher. Wit without Money, a Comedie,

first edition, calf gilt, 1639, 4to. (159) Sabin, £6 155.

6189 Behn (Mrs.) Poems, with a Voyage to the Island of Love,

morocco, gilt edges, 1684, 8vo. (30) Bumpus, £5 1os. 6190 Berkley (Sir William). The Lost Lady, with some old MS. corrections, morocco extra, gilt edges, 1639, folio (226)

Hazlitt, £13 (Sir W. Berkley was governor of Virginia in 1666. He made a collection of the laws of that province, and wrote its

history.- Catalogue.] 6191 Bewick. Select Fables, woodcuts by T. and J. Bewick,

LARGE PAPER, morocco extra, uncut, top edge gilt, Newcastle, 1820, 8vo. (34)

Spencer, £3 6192 Bibliotheca Curiosa. A Collection of curious Tracts, etc.,

edited by E. Goldsmid, 64 vol., LARGE PAPER (75 copies printed), (36)

Young, £4 55. 6193 Boccaccio. Decameron, translated by Dubois, bound in 2

vol., and illustrated with 4 portraits, 188 plates and 34 vignettes, after Gravelot, Cochin, Eisen and Stothard, morocco extra, uncut, top edge gilt, 1820, 8vo. (41)

Sotheran, £10 6194 Bodenham (J.) Wits Theater of the Little World, morocco extra, gilt edges, 1599, 8vo. (42)

Sotheran, £6 6195 Booke of Common Prayer, R. Barker and J. Bill, 1620

Psalmes in Meeter, by T. Sternhold, J. Hopkins and others, with Music, Printed for Companie of Stationers, 1621, 2 vol. in 1, black letter, contemporary English morocco, with the device of James I. (the crowned Rose) stamped in gold on sides, 4to. (166)

Maggs, £6 6196 Booke of Christian Prayers, collected out of the Auncient

Writers, black letter, with woodcut borders (including Dance of Death), with portrait of Queen Elizabeth praying on the reverse of the title, morocco extra, by Rivière, John Daye, 1578, 4to. (167)

Maggs, £14 6197 Borrow (George). Works. Bible in Spain, 3 vol., 1848—

Zincali, an Account of the Gipsies of Spain, 2 vol., 1841
Lavengro, 3 vol., 1851–Romany Rye, 2 vol., 1857—Wild
Wales, 3 vol., 1862, together 13 vol., calf extra, 8vo. (46)

Bain, £13 6198 Borrow (George). Romantic Ballads, translated from the

Danish, first edition, half calf, uncut, Norwich, 1826– Wyn (Elis). The Sleeping Bard, translated from the Welsh by G. Borrow, uncut, 1860—The Turkish Jester, translated by G. Borrow (150 copies printed), Ipswich, 1884, together 3 vol., 8vo. (47)

Edwards, £6 6199 Braithwaite (R.) Barnabees Journal under the Names of

Mirtilus and Faustulus shadowed, frontispiece by W. Marshall, first edition, morocco extra, gilt edges, n. d., 8vo. (48)

Leighton, £8 1os. 6200 Braithwaite (R.) Essaies upon the Five Senses, second

edition, engraved title by Marshall, morocco extra, with

gold borders, gilt edges, 1635, 8vo. (49) Bain, £6 1os. 6201 Brandt (S.) Stultifera Navis, numerous woodcuts, first edition,

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