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4308 Taylor (H.) Old Halls in Lancashire and Cheshire, plates, 1884, 4to. (301)

Rimell, £1 25. 4309 Thackeray (W. M.) Works, illustrations, 22 vol., calf gilt, 1868, 8vo. (282)

£9 195. 6d. 4310 Waring (J. B.) Stone Monuments, Tumuli and Ornament of

Remote Ages, plates, 1870, folio (312) Wynn, £1 8s.

(B) Another Property. 4311 Bible, that is the Holy Scripture of the Olde and New Testa

ment, faithfully and truly translated out of Douche and Latyn into Englishe (by Myles Coverdale), woodcut titles, map and numerous woodcuts, mostly by Hans Beham, and ornamental initials, morocco extra, with joints blind-tooled, gilt edges, by Clarke, from the Library of Sir William Tite (sold not subject to return), Printed in the yeare of our Lord 1535, and synished the fourth daye of October Antwerp, Jacob Van Meteren), (236A)

Pearson, £ 300 [The first edition of the Bible in English : excessively rare in any condition, and of which no perfect copy is known. This copy had the following defects :— Title ; first two leaves of the Dedication to Henry VIII., the contents of Genesis, folio ii., map and last three leaves, in facsimile ; the margins of 17 leaves mended, and in some cases a few letters at the side of the page restored in facsimile.--Catalogue. The Ashburnham copy (see BookPRICES CURRENT, vol. xi., No. 4475) is one of the best known, though it ranks but third in quality. The Osterley

and Leicester copies are, on the whole, superior.—ED.] 4312 Gilbert (W. S.) The Original Drawings for the Illustrations

to Songs of a Savoyard, 94 humorous pen-and-ink sketches, the Illustrations to each Opera mounted separately on cardboard (235)

£35 4313 Horæ Beatæ Mariæ Virginis cum Calendario. A Manuscript

of the 15th Century, on vellum, 117 leaves (8 by 5/2 inches), by a French Artist, with floriated borders on every page, richly illuminated in gold and colours, and ornamented with 17 fine miniatures. At the commencement of the volume were two coats-of-arms of the original owner of the

Manuscript, bound in red velvet, 4to. (234) Read, £490 4314 Nash (Dr. Treadway). History of Worcestershire, with the

Supplement, plates, 2 vol., 1781-99-Index and Memoir of the Author, by J. Amphleti, 1895, together 3 vol., half calf, uncut, 1781-1895, folio (236)

Hunt, £9 195. 6d.

(y) Other Properties.

4315 Ackermann (R.) History of the University of Cambridge,

coloured plates, with the extra set of the portraits of the Founders, 2 vol., half morocco, uncut, 1815, 4to. (92)

Parsons, 15 25. 6d. 4316 Adventures of a Post Captain, by a Naval Officer, 24 coloured plates by Williams, half morocco, n. d., 8vo. (1)

Parsons, £3 125. 6d. 4317 Alciati Emblemata, woodcuts, morocco, gilt edges (title

stained), Lugd., 1551, 8vo. (2*). Tregaskis, £i is. 4318 Beaumont and Fletcher. Coinedies and Tragedies, portrait (mounted), 1679, folio (150)

Edwards, foi is. 4319 Beauvalet (P. N.) Fragmens d’Ornements dans le Style

Antique, plates, 2 vol., half calf, uncut, Paris, 1820, folio (151)

Cubitt, ki jos. 4320 Biblia Sacra Germanica, ex recognitione Martini Lutheri

, woodcuts by Lucas Cranach and others, 2 vol., original pigskin binding, with clasps (one vol. rebacked), Wittemberg, 1540-41, folio (152)

Tinkler, 412 4321 Blaeu (J.) Atlas. Geographia, quid est Cosmographia Bla

viana, with hundreds of maps and views (coloured), vol. I to 9, fine copy, vellum, tooled sides, gilt edges, Amst., 1662-65, folio (156)

Graham, £7 7s. 4322 Boccaccio (G.) Novels and Tales, portrait, old calf, 1684, folio (158)

Tregaskis, £ 1 2s. 4323 Book of Sports, English and Foreign, plates after Cooper,

Alken, etc., half calf, 2 vol., 1842-3, 4to. (99) Norman, ki 4324 Boswell (J.) Life of Dr. Johnson, edited by J. W. Croker, plates, lo vol., 1835, 8vo. (12)

Sotheran, £1 3s. 4325 Boydell (J.) History of the River Thames, coloured plates,

2 vol. in 1, half calf, 1794, folio (159) Simpson, £7 155. 4326 Burton (R.) Anatomy of Melancholy, 1622, folio (162)

Tregaskis, £1 5s. 4327 Chippendale (T.) The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker's

Director, 161 plates, calf, 1754, folio (165) Burton, £18 4328 Charles I. Englisches Memorial, portraits of Charles I.,

Strafford, Laud, Fairfax, Cromwell, and plate of the Execu

tion of Charles I., Amst., 1649, 4to. (103) Burton, £ 5 1os. 4329 Cipriani (G. B.) Sketches and Drawings, engraved by R. Earlom, 1789, folio (166)

Burton, £6 4330 Craik (G. L.) The Romance of the Peerage, 4 vol., 1848, 8vo. (18)

Ellis, £I 125. 4331 Cruikshank (G.) Comic Almanacks, 1835-53, humorous illus

trations, 2 vol., calf gilt, n. d., 8vo. (19) Bailey, £1 145. 4332 Combe (W.) Dr. Syntax’s Tours in Search of the Picturesque

and in Search of Consolation, humorous coloured plates by Rowlandson, 2 vol., original edition, calf, 1820, 8vo. (20)

Bailey, £3 5s. 4333 Curtis (H.) Beauties of the Rose, coloured plates, 2 vol. in 1, half morocco, 1856, 4to. (108)

Sotheran, £2 4334 Dibdin (T. F.) Bibliomania, russia extra, 1811, 8vo. (22)

Rose, £ 1 198. 4335 Dufour (P.) Histoire de la Prostitution, plates, 6 vol., Paris, 1837, 8vo. (25)

Patrick, £i 125. 4336 Dugdale (Sir W.) Monasticon Anglicanum, plates by Hollar and King, 3 vol., old calf, with clasps, 1682-61-73, folio (171)

Duke, £4 4337 Dugdale (Sir W.) Antiquities of Warwickshire, plates by

Hollar, illustrated with 76 additional plates, morocco extra, gilt edges, 1656, folio (172)

Duke, £12 4338 Dugdale (Sir W.) History of St. Paul's Cathedral, plates by Hollar, 1658, folio (173)

Duke, £1 155. 4339 Genest (J.) Account of the English Stage from 1660 to 1830, 10 vol., 1832, 8vo. (30)

Tregaskis, £7 158. 4340 Hardyng (John). Chronicle, from the Begynning of Eng

lande unto the Reigne of Edward IV., with a Continuacion,

black letter. old calf, R. Grafton, 1643, 4to. (118) Pickering, £5 4341 Heath. Picturesque Annual, 4 vol., plates, 1832-34-Land

scape Annual, plates, 3 vol., 1830-32, together 7 vol., morocco, gilt edges, 8vo. (34)

Cliffe, L1 125 4342 Holbein (Hans). Portraits of the Court of Henry VIII., with

Memoirs by E. Lodge, published by J. Chamberlaine, engravings by Bartolozzi, Cooper, etc., with the portraits of Holbein and his wife and the miniatures of the Dukes of Suffolk, original impressions on tinted paper, mounted, russia extra, gilt edges (binding broken), 1792, folio (184)

Agnew, £20 4343 Ireland (S.)

Views on the Thames, Medway, Avon and Wye, 5 vol.- Tour in Holland and France, 2 vol., together 7 vol., aquatint plates, half russia, 1792, etc., 8vo. (36)

Hallam, £2 2s. 4344 Ireland (S.) Shakespeare Forgeries, Miscellaneous Papers and Documents (188)

James, £ 1 16s. 4345 Jameson (Mrs.) Beauties of the Court of Charles II., portraits after Sir P. Lely, 2 vol., 1838, 8vo. (39)

Edwards, £ 1 ios. 4346 La Fontaine (J.) Contes et Nouvelles en Vers, plates by Eisen, 2 vol., French calf, Amsterdam, 1764, 8vo. (41)

Hon. F. G. Wynn, £4.4s. 4347 La Fontaine (J.) Tales and Novels in Verse, 123 plates after Eisen, Lancret, Boucher, Pater, etc., 2 vol., 1896, 8vo. (42)

Muirhead, £2 155. 4348 Lawrence (J.) The Pleasure of Gardening and Fruit-Garden Kalendar, plates, 3 vol., 1717-Evelyn (C.) Lady's Recrea

tion, or Art of Gardening, 1719, 4 vol. in 1, 8vo. (42*)

Sotheran, £2 4349 Lawrence (Sir Thomas). Works, 51 mezzotint engravings by Cousins, Turner, etc., half morocco, gilt edges, folio (190)

£13 4350 London Magazine, from 1732 to 1785, portraits and plates, 57 vol., half calf, 1732-85, 8vo. (43)

Edwards, £3 16s. 4351 Marryat (J.) History of Pottery and Porcelain, coloured

plates and woodcuts, 1850, 8vo. (46) Smith, £1 25. 4352 Masson (F.) Joséphine, Impératrice et Reine, portraits and

plates, Japanese paper (150 copies printed), with a dupli

cate set of plates, Paris, 1899, 4to. (127) Davidson, 26 4353 Morris (F. 0.) History of British Birds, coloured plates, vol.

1 to 5, first edition, 1851-56, 8vo. (51) Sotheran, £1 ios. 4354 Napoleon. Abell (Mrs.) Recollections of Napoleon at St.

Helena, illustrated with 27 portraits, morocco extra, uncut, top edge gilt, with Napoleon's arms on the sides, 1844, 8vo. (52)

Bailey, £8 4355 Napoleon. Barnes. Tour in St. Helena, coloured portrait

of Napoleon at St. Helena, 1817 — Secret Memoirs of Napoleon, 2 vol., 1815, 8vo. (53)

Bailey, £4 Ios. 4356 Napoleon. Ardeche. History of Napoleon, illustrations by

Vernet, 2 vol. in 1, 1841— Labedoyere (Count). Memoirs of Napoleon, portraits and plates, coloured, 2 vol., 1827– Le Normand. Mémoires de l’Impératrice Joséphine, 2

vol., Paris, 1820, together 6 vol. in 5, 8vo. (54) Bailey, £ 1 4357 Napoleon. Collin de Plancy. Dictionnaire Féodal, calf

gilt, Napoleon's copy, from his library at St. Helena, Paris, 1819, 8vo. (55)

James, £3 ios. 4358 Napoleon. Constant. Memoirs of Napoleon's Private Life, 4 vol., 1896, 8vo. (56)

James, £1 4359 Napoleon. D’Abrantes (Duchess). Memoirs of Napoleon, portraits, 2 vol., 1836, 8vo. (57)

James, £1 4360 Napoleon. Description of the Panorama of Elba, 1815Manuscrit venu de St. Helène, 1817, 2 vol., 8vo. (58)

Hunter, £2 4361 Napoléon. Lacroix (P.) Directoire, Consulat et Empire, 10

coloured plates and 410 illustrations, half morocco, gilt edges, Paris, 1884, 8vo. (61)

Hatchards, £2 2s. 4362 Napoleon Museum, collected and described by J. Sainsbury, plates and facsimiles, half morocco, Paris, 1822, 4to. (131)

Pickering, £1 18s. 4363 Napoleon. Lyttelton (W. H.) Account of Napoleon coming

on board the “Bellerophon,” with Notes on his Conversa

tions, 52 copies privately printed, 1836, 8vo. (62). James, £9 4364 Napoleon. Masson (F.) Napoleon and the Fair Sex, por

traits, 1894-Masson (F.) Napoleon at Home, illustrations by Myrbach, 2 vol., 1894-New Letters of Napoleon, translated by Lady M. Loyd, 1898, together 4 vol., 8vo. (63)

James, £1 5s. 4365 Nicholson (P.) Practical Cabinet Maker, plates, some coloured, 1830, 4to. (132)

Tregaskis, £1 9s. 4366 Ovide. Métamorphoses en Figures, 141 engravings after

Eisen, Moreau, Boucher, Gravelot, etc., brilliant impressions, morocco extra, gilt edges, by Chambolle-Duru, Paris, 1767, 4to. (134)

Agnew, £14 4367 Real Life in London, coloured plates by Rowlandson, Alken,

Dighton, Heath, etc., 2 vol., first edition, calf gilt, 1821, 8vo. (67)

Rimell, £5 5s. 4368 Reynolds (Sir Joshua). Works, second series, 200 engrav

ings, proofs, 4 vol., half morocco extra, git edges, 1865, folio (205)

Agnew, £40 4369 Ricraft (J.) Survey of England's Champions and Truth's

faithful Patriots, 21 portraits, morocco extra, with gold borders, gilt edges, by Zaehnsdorf, 1647, 8vo. (68)

Maggs, £u [This copy had an additional title, with the name of



Leycester, and four leaves of continuation at the end.

Catalogue.] 4370 Rogers (S.) Italy and Poems, plates after Turner and Stothard, 2 vol., half morocco, uncut, 1830-34, 8vo. (70)

Coles, £4 55. 4371 Ruskin (J.) Seven Lamps of Architecture, illustrations by the Author, first edition, cloth, uncut, 1849, 8vo. (72)

Jackson, £3 25. 6d. 4372 Ruskin (J.) Modern Painters, plates and woodcuts from

drawings by the Author, 5 vol. ; vol. 1, fifth edition ; vol. 2, fourth edition ; vol. 3, 4 and 5, first editions ; cloth, uncut, 1851-56-60, 8vo. (73)

Jackson, £15 1os. 4373 Ruskin (J.) Stones of Venice, illustrations by the Author,

3 vol. ; vol. I, second edition ; vol. 2 and 3, first edition ;

cloth, uncut, 1858-53, 8vo. (74) Rimell, £7 125. 6d. 4374 Saint-Pierre. Paul et Virginie, papier vélin, portrait, and 6

plates after Moreau, Prudhon, Gérard, Isabey, Lafitte, etc., in four states (proofs, proofs before letters, etchings, and in colours), morocco extra, gilt edges, by Chambolle-Duru, Paris, Didot, 1806, 4to. (138)

Quaritch, L20 (A memorandum on the fly-leaf, in the handwriting of l'Abbé Richard, almoner of the convent where Mademoiselle Virginie St. Pierre was educated, states that this book was presented to him by her, June 12, 1819, four days

before her marriage.- Catalogue.) 4375 Scott (Sir Walter). Works, with Life by Lockhart, portraits

and plates after Turner, 5 vol., 8vo. (76) Davis, £3 4376 Scott (Sir Walter). Waverley Novels, plates and woodcuts, 12 vol., Abbotsford edition, cloth, uncut, 1842, 8vo. (77)

Davis, £6 4377 Shakespeare (Mr. William). Comedies, Histories and Trage

dies, published according to the true Original Copies, first edition (the title, verses, seven preliminary and two last leaves supplied from the reprint, and a small portion of the corners of five leaves supplied by MS.), morocco extra, gilt edges, Printed by Isaac Jaggard and Edward Blount, 1623, folio (210)

Tregaskis, £170 [It may be mentioned that on the 29th March last, at the sale of Mr. Daly's library at New York, a copy of the first folio brought $5,400, or about £1,080. This, was stated at the time to be the highest amount hitherto realised for any copy of this scarce book-an obvious error, for in July, 1899, £1,700 was obtained for an annotated copy consigned from abroad. (See BOOK-PRICES CURRENT, vol. xiii., No. 6733.) Only about half-a-dozen perfect copies of the first folio are known to exist, all the others being manifestly incomplete, or else having been repaired or made perfect by additions from other copies. The first appearance at auction of a first folio Shakespeare took place in May, 1687, when a small collection of books belonging to the Coventry family was sold at a dwelling-house in the Haymarket. The price realised on

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