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first edition, original cloth, uncut, Kegan Paul, 1881, 8vo. (467)

Pickering, £3 8s. 4568 Stevenson (R. L.) Treasure Island, first edition, original cloth,

uncut, Cassell, 1883, 8vo. (469) R. H. Thomas, £2 145. 4569 Stevenson (R. L.) New Arabian Nights, first edition, 2 vol.,

original cloth (name on title), uncut, Chatto and Windus, 1882—The same, a new edition, 1883, together 3 vol., 8vo. (471)

Bain, £6 155. 4570 Stevenson (R. L.) A Child's Garden of Verses, first edition, original cloth, uncut, t. e. g., Longmans, 1885, 8vo. (473)

Russell, £3 8s. 4571 Stevenson (R. L.) Prince Otto, a Romance, first edition,

Chatto, 1885—The Master of Ballantrae, first edition, Cassell, 1889—The Merry Men, etc., first edition, Chatto, 1887–The Suicide Club and the Rajah's Diamond, new edition, plates, ib., 1894, together 4 vol., 8vo. (474)

Edwards, £i ios. 4572 Stevenson (R. L.) Ticonderoga, first edition, 50 copies

printed, white boards, uncut, Printed for the author by R. and R. Clark, Edinburgh, 1887, small 4to. (478)

Edwards, £4 4573 Stevenson (R. L.) A Stevenson Medley (consisting of Re

prints of various scarce Pieces, including Facsimiles of the Davos Platz Productions, etc.), portrait and autograph facsimiles, 300 copies printed, half morocco, t. e. g., 1899, 8vo. (500)

Maggs, £ I 195. 4574 Strickland (Agnes). Lives of the Queens of England, new

edition, revised and greatly augmented, portraits, & vol.,

calf gilt, m. e., Colburn, 1851-2, 8vo. (505) Roche, £2 ios. 4575 Strickland (Agnes). Lives of the Queens of Scotland and

English Princesses, portraits, 8 vol., calf extra, g. e., Blackwood, 1852-9, 8vo. (506)

J. Douglas, £3 5s. 4576 Surtees (R. S.) Jorrocks's Jaunts and Jollities, first edition,

12 illustrations by “Phiz," original pictorial cloth, uncut, W. Spiers, 1838, 8vo. (507)

Sabin, £12 155. 4577 Surtees (R. S.) Jorrocks's Jaunts and Jollities, second edi.

tion, 15 coloured illustrations by H. Alken, pictorial cloth, g. e., R. Ackermann, 1843, 8vo. (509)

Sabin, £30 (A most unusual price for any copy of any edition of this

work.-ED.] 4578 Surtees (R. S.) Jorrocks's Jaunts and Jollities, third edition,

revised and enlarged, 16 coloured illustrations by H. Alken, calf extra, g. e., Routledge, 1869, royal 8vo. (510)

Robson, £4 45. 4579 Surtees (R. S.) Hawbuck Grange, or the Sporting Adven

tures of Thomas Scott, Esq., first edition, 8 illustrations by “Phiz,” cloth, Longmans, n. d. (1847), 8vo. (513)

Sotheran, £5 4580 Surtees (R. S.) Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour-Handley Cross

-Ask Mamma-and Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds, all first editions, with coloured plates and woodcuts by John Leech,

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4 vol., uniform half calf gilt, m. e., Bradbury and Evans, 1853-4-8-65, 8vo. (514)

Ellis, £10 4581 Surtees (R. S.) Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour, first edition,

coloured plates and woodcuts by John Leech, picture cloth, uncut, Bradbury and Evans, 1853, 8vo. (515)

Hornstein, £5 2s. 6d. 4582 Surtees (R. S.) Handley Cross, or Mr. Jorrocks's Hunt, first

edition, with coloured plates and woodcuts by John Leech, picture cloth, uncut, Bradbury and Evans, 1854, 8vo. (516)

Hornstein, £6 55. 4583 Surtees (R. S.) Ask Mamma, first edition, coloured plates

and woodcuts by John Leech, picture cloth, uncut, Bradbury and Evans, 1858, 8vo. (517)

Hornstein, £4 4584 Surtees (R. S.) Plain or Ringlets ? first edition, coloured

plates and woodcuts by John Leech, picture cloth, uncut,

Bradbury and Evans, 1860, 8vo. (518) Robson, 64 6s. 4585 Surtees (R. S.) Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds, first edition,

coloured illustrations and woodcuts by John Leech and H. K. Browne, picture cloth, uncut, Bradbury and Evans, 1865, 8vo. (520)

J. Bumpus, £4 45. 4586 Temple Library. Lamb's Essays, 2 vol.—Goldsmith's Poems

and Plays, and Citizen of the World, 4 vol.-Beddoes'
Poetical Works, 2 vol.-Dr. Johnson's Essays, 2 vol. -
Landor's Pericles and Aspasia, 2 vol.—and Poems of
Leigh Hunt, LARGE PAPER, only 100 copies printed for
England, India proof frontispieces, 14 vol., boards, uncut,
Dent, 1888-91, 8vo. (527)

Essex, ķi uis. 4587 Thackeray (W. M.) The Snob, a Literary and Scientific

Journal, not “ conducted by Members of the University," Nos. 1-11, complete, with the two general titles, dedication, preface and index, on various tinted papers, bound in i vol., panelled calf extra, Cambridge, W. H. Smith, 1829– The Gownsman, (commonly called) “The Snob,” a Literary and Scientific Journal, now conducted by Members of the University, 17 Nos. complete (138 pages), with general title, index, dedication and preface, panelled calf extra, t. e. g., uncut, ib., together 2 vol., 1829-30, 8vo. (529)

Sabin, £132 4588 Thackeray (W. M.) The Corsair, a Gazette of Literature,

Art, Dramatic Criticism, Fashion and Novelty, edited by N. P. Willis and T. 0. Porter, vol. i., complete in 52 numbers, March 16th, 1839 to March 7th, 1840 (all published), half morocco, New York, 1839-40, small folio (530)

Robson, £16 1os. [In this periodical first appeared eight letters by William Makepeace Thackeray, which were afterwards re-edited and published in the “Paris Sketch Book," 2 vol., London, 1840. These letters were, as Thackeray says himself, his “first appearance before an American public.” They were addressed to the editor of the “Corsair," and John Camden Hotten, when he reprinted them in London after Thackeray's death, under the title of “The Student's Quarter," substituted the name Bungay to conceal the name of the “foreign journal” whence he drew them. Besides the letters from Paris, there are other contributions by Thackeray, notably an amusing burlesque of Carlyle's style, entitled, “Thomas Carlyle, Esq., to Oliver Yorke, Esq., on the sinking of the Vengeur," which has not been reprinted in book form. For further information respecting this interesting publication, see Beer's Life of Nathaniel

Parker Willis, pp. 240-263.-Catalogue.] 4589 Thackeray (W. M.) The Paris Sketch Book, by Mr. Tit

marsh, first edition, with numerous designs by the Author on copper and wood, 2 vol., calf gilt, m. e., J. Macrone, 1840, 8vo. (531)

Tregaskis, £2 18s. 4590 Thackeray (W. M.) The Paris Sketch Book, by Mr. Tit

marsh, first edition, numerous designs by the Author on copper and wood, 2 vol., original cloth, uncut (soiled copy), J. Macrone, 1840, 8vo. (532)

Tregaskis, L3 4591 Thackeray (W. M.) Comic Tales and Sketches, edited and

illustrated by Mr. Michael Angelo Titmarsh, first edition, tinted plates by the Author, 2 vol., original cloth, uncut, H. Cunningham, 1841, 8vo. (533)

Tregaskis, £10 4592 Thackeray (W. M.) The Irish Sketch Book, by Mr. M. A.

Titmarsh, first edition, numerous illustrations on wood by the Author, 2 vol., original cloth, uncut, Chapman and Hall, 1843, 8vo. (534)

Tregaskis, £35s. 4593 Thackeray (W. M.) Mrs. Perkins's Ball, etc., first edition,

illustrations by the Author, plain, picture boards, Chapman and Hall, 1847—The same, second edition (coloured by

hand), picture boards, ib., 1847, 8vo. (537) Robson, £2 8s. 4594 Thackeray (W. M.) Mrs. Perkins's Ball, etc., first edition,

illustrations by the Author (coloured by hand), picture boards (back missing), Chapman and Hall, 1847, 8vo. (538)

Robson, £2 125. 4595 Thackeray (W. M.) The Book of Snobs, first edition, illus

trations by the Author, in the original illustrated wrapper (wanted leaf of advertisements before half title), Punch Office, 1848, 8vo. (540)

Robson, £3 3s. 4596 Thackeray (W. M.) Vanity Fair, first edition, with illustra

tions on steel and wood by the Author, original cloth, uncut, Bradbury and Evans, 1848, 8vo. (541)

Tregaskis, £12 5s. 4597 Thackeray (W. M.) Vanity Fair-Pendennis- The New

comes—and The Virginians, original editions, illustrations by the Author and R. Doyle, 7 vol., uniform flowered cloth, uncut, 1848-9-54-58, 8vo. (542)

Newton, £10 4598 Thackeray (W. M.) History of Samuel Titmarsh and the

Great Hoggarty Diamond, first edition, illustrated by the
Author, original picture boards (back wanted), uncut,
Bradbury and Evans, 1849, 8vo. (543)

Spencer, 43 4599 Thackeray (W. M.) The Kickleburys on the Rhine, first and

second editions, illustrations by the Author, first edition coloured, second edition plain, pictorial boards (backs missing), Smith, Elder and Co., 1850-1, 8vo. (545)

Maggs, £1 195. 4600 Thackeray (W. M.) History of Henry Esmond, Esq., written

by himself, first edition, 3 vol., original cloth, uncut, with

labels, Smith, Elder and Co., 1852, 8vo. (549) Newton, £4 45. 4601 Thackeray (W. M.) English Humourists of the Eighteenth

Century, first edition, original cloth, uncut, Smith, Elder and Co., 1853, 8vo. (550)

Quaritch, £ius. 4602 Thackeray (W. M.) The Rose and the Ring, first edition,

illustrated by the Author, original picture boards (back missing), Smith, Elder and Co., 1855, 8vo. (551)

Spencer, £2 ios. 4603 Thackeray (W. M.) Lovel the Widower, first edition, with

illustrations, cloth gilt, uncut, Smith, Elder and Co., 1861, 8vo. (555)

Tregaskis, £1 TIS. 4604 Thackeray (W. M.). Adventures of Philip on his Way

through the World, first edition, 3 vol., original cloth,

uncut, Smith, Elder and Co., 1862, 8vo. (556) Essex, £ 1 125. 4605 Thackeray (W. M.) Roundabout Papers, reprinted from the

Cornhill Magazine, illustrated, first edition, original cloth, uncut, Smith, Elder and Co., 1863, 8vo. (557)

Quaritch, £i IIS. 4606 Thackeray (W. M.) The Orphan of Pimlico, and other

Sketches, Fragments and Drawings, with some Notes by A. I. Thackeray, original edition, with a double set of plates, one coloured by hand, 20 copies so taken, scarce in this state, half morocco gilt, t. e. g., uncut, Smith, Elder and Co., 1876, 4to. (561)

J. Bumpus, £15 1os. 4607 Thackeray (W. M.) Works, edition de luxe, with all the

original illustrations on India paper, limited to 1,000 copies, 24 vol., boards, uncut, Smith, Elder and Co., 1878, imperial 8vo. (564)

Sotheran, £13 4608 Tour of Doctor Prosody in Search of the Antique and Pic

turesque, first edition, 20 humorous coloured plates by C. Williams, morocco extra, g. e., M. Iley, 1821, royal 8vo. (580)

Pickering, £3 ios. 4609 Train (The). A First-Class Magazine (edited by Edmund

Yates), with illustrations by Ch. Bennett, William McConnell, etc., 5 vol., cloth, Groombridge, 1856-58, 8vo. (581)

7. Bumpus, Li ios. 4610 Tristram (W. Outram). Coaching Days and Coaching Ways,

édition de luxe, illustrations by Herbert Railton and Hugh Thomson, picture cloth gilt, uncut, Macmillan, 1888, 4to. (582)

J. Bumpus, £i ios. 4611 Trollope (T. A.) History of the Commonwealth of Florence,

4 vol., Chapman and Hall, 1865, 8vo. (584) Hill, £i 16s. 4612 Turner's Annual Tour. Wanderings by the Loire and the

Seine, by Leitch Ritchie, 61 engravings from drawings by
J. M. W. Turner, 3 vol., morocco, g. e., 1833-5, 8vo. (585)

Hill, £i 125. 4613 Villon (François). Poems, now first done into English Verse, in the Original Forms, with Biographical and Critical Introduction by John Payne, LARGE PAPER (No. 40), boards, uncut, Privately printed for the Villon Society, 1892, super imperial 8vo. (588)

Sotheran, £1 8s. 4614 Villon Society. Alaeddin and the Enchanted Lamp- Zein ul

Asnam and the King of the Jinns, two Stories done into
English from the recently discovered Arabic Text by John
Payne, gilt ornamental boards, uncut, Privately printed,
1889, 8vo. (589)

Izaacs, £1 12s. 4615 Whistler (J. McNeil). The Gentle Art of Making Enemies,

original edition, LARGE PAPER, 150 copies printed for England, boards, uncut, Heinemann, 1890, small 4to. (597)

Rimell, £ 1 195. 4616 Wilson (Harriette). Memoirs, coloured portraits, etc., 3 vol.

in 1, 1825-Another edition, 4 vol. (imperfect), Stockdale, 1825, together 5 vol., 8vo. (602)

Walford, £2 ios.

[APRIL 25TH, 1900.]

SOTHEBY, WILKINSON E HODGE.
THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE MR. J. T. BARBER.
(No. of Lots, 287; amount realised, £1,196 4s. 6d.)

4617 Ariosto. Orlando Furioso, Baskerville's edition, portrait and

plates after en, early impressions, 4 vol., old morocco, ornamental gilt backs, line sides, g. e. (Roger Payne), Birmingham, for P. Molini, 1773, royal 8vo. (2)

A. Jackson, £,4 45. (Contains portrait of Ariosto by Ficquet after Eisen, and 46 plates by Bartolozzi, Choffard, Helman and others. In some copies many of the plates are proofs before letters. Those by Bartolozzi are rarely, if ever, met with in proof state. A hundred copies were printed on large paper, but

the impressions of the plates in these are weak.-ED.) 4618 Andrews (H.) The Botanist's Repository for New and Rare Plants, 664 coloured plates, 10 vol., old calf

, 1797-1815, 4to. (142)

Quaritch, £10 155. 4619 Baillon (H.) Natural History of Plants, translated by M. M.

Hartog, etc., many hundred woodcuts, 8 vol., cloth gilt,

uncut, L. Reeve, 1871-88, imperial 8vo. (9) W. Paul, £2 4s. 4620 Bartolozzi and his Works, by A. W. Tuer, numerous illustrations, 2 vol., vellum, uncut, t. e. g., 1881, 4to. (144)

Sotheran, £2 145. 4621 Bateman (James). Orchidaceæ of Mexico and Guatemala,

40 large coloured plates, woodcut vignettes by George Cruikshank (125 copies printed), half morocco gilt, 1843, elephant folio (221)

Sotheran, £

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