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margins stained), calf, Augspurg, 1760, 4to. (562)

Ellis, £3 3s. 532 Ridinger (J. E.) Elephanten in verschiedenen Stellungen,

Hirsche, und andere wilde Thiere, 87 large plates, including engraved title (sold not subject to return), old calf, Augspurg, 1713, royal folio (563)

Quaritch, £13 533 Ridinger (J. E.) Lehrreiche Fabeln aus dem Reiche der

Thiere, erster Versuch (text in German, Latin and French), 16 plates, original impressions, old calf, Augspurg, 1744, folio (564)

Quaritch, £7 155. 534 Ridinger (J. E.) Turkischer Pferdesaufbüz, 28 plates of

horses, Augspurg, 1752---Nach dem Natur entworffene Vorstellungen, 22 plates, ib., 1750, in i vol., old calf, oblong folio (565)

Quaritch, £6 535 Ridinger (. E.) Horsemanship, 18 large plates-Hunting

Scenes, 6 large plates-Wild Deer, 4 plates-Wild Beasts,
Boar Hunting, etc., 10 plates, in i vol., old calf

, Augspurg, 1738, etc., imperial atlas folio (566)

Quaritch, £14 536 Robson (G. F.) Scenery of the Grampian Mountains, 41

large views, coloured from the original drawings, original boards, uncut, Longman, 1819, imperial folio (568)

W. Lindsay, £2 6s. 537 Rogers (Capt. Woodes). A Cruising Voyage Round the

World, begun in 1708 and finished in 1711, with an Account of Alexander Selkirk, etc., old calf, A. Bell and B. Lintot, 1712, 8vo. (570)

Pickering, £75. 538 Rösel (A. F.) Monatlich herausgegebene Insectenbelustigun

gen, engraved titles, portrait and nearly 300 coloured plates of insects, 4 vol., half morocco (sold with all faults), Nürnb., 1746, etc., small 4to. (572)

Ridler, £i 3s. 539 St. Agatha's Abbey in Richmond, Co. York. Original Ledger

Book belonging to the above Abbey, which was founded by Roald Constable, A.D. 1151, containing copies of all the Grants and Instruments relating to its Possessions, manuscript on vellum (336 leaves), written in an ancient legal hand, contemporary oaken boards, leather, Sæc. xiii. xiv., small 4to. (576)

Quaritch, £119 [An interesting and important Yorkshire Manuscript. In the middle of the book is sewn to a leaf a paper Memorandum as follows: “Memorandum quod in libro qm. vahitur nomina Villarum Abbatiæ S. Agathiae et abbatiae beatae Mariae invente sunt domini Villae suis domino de Hudiswell. Haec Scriptio apud London. Statuta et

Instrumenta Umfredum Siggeswig legistam."--Catalogue.] 540 Saxton (Chr.) All the Shires of England and Wales, with

Additions and Corrections by Philip Lea, engraved title, large coat of arms and 37 coloured maps, old calf, Ph. Lea, n. d., folio (582)

Tregaskis, £7 541 Scott (Sir W.) Border Antiquities of England and Scotland,

numerous plates, original impressions, 2 vol., morocco gilt, g. e. (vol. ii. cover loose), Longman, 1814, 4to. (587)

Ridler, £ 1 gs. 542 Scrope (Wm.) Art of Deer-Stalking, first edition, engravings

and lithographs after the Landseers and by the Author, original green cloth gilt, uncut, J. Murray, 1838, royal 8vo. (589)

Pickering, £5 25. 6d. 543 Seller (John). The Coasting Pilot: for the Coasts of England,

Flanders and Holland, frontispiece containing figures of Drake, Candish, etc., View of London before the Great Fire, etc., numerous charts, old calf, n. d., folio (591)

Leighton, £ ! 175. [Published about 1670. The elaborately engraved title page contains a view of London. The portraits include those of Sir Walter Raleigh, Captain Smith, Sir John Willoughby, Captain Davies and others, as also the two above named. The maps are very interesting, and show the “Coast of England from the South Foreland to Orfordness," “Yarmouth to Cocket Island,” “The East Coast of Scotland," “The River Humber," The Isles of Silly,” etc. Good copies of this book in the original calf cost £6 or £7 at the booksellers. The sum realised in this instance was very

moderate.-ED.) 544 Shakespeare (William). Comedies, Histories and Tragedies,

published according to the True Original Copies, the second impression, portrait by M. Droeshout on title, a complete copy, measuring 1398 by 9 in., a small hole in the title and 4 of the preliminary leaves, title misplaced in binding, and somewhat stained throughout, original calf, signature of “Hen. Byng” on last leaf, T. Cotes for J. Smethwick, etc., 1632, folio (592)

Pickering, £101 545 Shakespeare (Wm.) The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of

Denmark, as now acted at the Duke of York's Theatre, A. Clark for J. Martin and H. Herringman, 1676—The Tragedy of that famous Roman Oratour, M. T. Cicero, R. Cotes for John Sweeting, 1651—Behn (Mrs. A.) Abdelazer, or the Moor's Revenge, first edition, 1677—Shadwell (T.) The Libertine, first edition, 1676—and four other Plays of the same period, in i vol., old calf, small 4to. (593)

Pickering, £4 175. 6d. 546 Sharp (Capt. Barth.) Voyages and Adventures in the South

Sea, Capt. Van Horn with his Buccaniers surprising La Vera Cruz, etc., published by P. A., original calf, 1684, 8vo. (595)

Pickering, £2 2s. 547 Shaw (Rev. S.) History and Antiquities of Staffordshire,

map, views, pedigrees, etc., 2 vol., half russia, m. e., J. Nichols, 1798-1801, folio (596)

Walford, £13 [The work was never completed. Vol. 2 comprises the

first part only, no more having been published.-ED. 548 Sowerby (Jas.) Coloured Figures of English Fungi, or Mush

rooms, 400 coloured plates (wanted supplement containing plates 401-40), 3 vol., half bound, uncut, 1797-1803, small folio (606)

Quaritch, £5 55. 549 Sowerby (Jas.) English Botany, vol. vii., viii., xi., xii., xiii.,

xvi., xxx., xxxi., xxxii., xxxiji. and xxxvi., and General Index,

coloured plates, together 12 vol., calf (sold with all faults), 1798-1814, 8vo. (607)

Wheldon, £5 ios. 550 Sporting Magazine (The) and the New Sporting Magazine,

numerous plates, 17 vol., various between Nov., 1835 and Dec., 1846, half morocco, 1835-46, 8vo. (611)

£7 155. 551 Sporting Review (The). A Monthly Chronicle of the Turf,

&c., edited by Craven, portraits and illustrations by John Leech and others, vol. i.-viii., half calf, 1839-42, 8vo. (612)

£3 155. 552 Tanner (Bp. Thos.) Notitia Monastica, published by John

Tanner, A.M., portrait, 1744, 8vo. (621) Ridler, £ i 45. 553 Teniers (David) Theatrum Pictorium, 230 plates, and portrait

of Teniers at the end of the vol. (the latter mounted), old

calf, Antw., J. Peeters, 1684, folio (623) Ellis, £3 ios. 554 Thoroton (Rob.) History of Nottinghamshire, republished

with Large Additions by John Throsby, portrait, views and other engravings, 3 vol., half russia, uncut, White, 1797, 4to. (628)

Quaritch, £7 555 Tomlinson (Kellom, Dancing-Master). The Art of Dancing

explained by Reading and Figures, 37 plates of Dancing Positions and Figures, old calf, Printed for the Author, 1735, 4to. (631)

Quaritch, £5 5s. 556 Topsel (Edw.) History of Four-footed Beasts and Serpents,

Collected out of Cour-Gesner and others, with the Theater of Insects, by T. Muffet, numerous woodcuts, old calf, 1658, folio (632)

Quaritch, £5 25. 6d. 557 Urchard (or Urquhart) (Sir Thos., Translator of Rabelais)

Epigrams Divine and Moral (second edition), frontispiece containing a portrait of the Author surrounded by the Muses, unsigned, brilliant impression (but had a small hole in it), W. Leake, 1646—Hill (Thos.) The Profitable Art of Gardening now the thirde time set forth, with the marvellous Government of Bees and the Yearely Conjectures for Husbandmen, etc., black letter, woodcuts (title defective), H. Bynnemann, 1574–Scot (Reynolde). A Perfite Platforme of a Hoppe Garden, now newly corrected and augmented, black letter, woodcuts, H. Denham, 1576– Blount (T.) The Art of Making Devises, etc., second edition, plates (first title slightly defective), 1650, and another Pamphlet, in i vol., old calf, small 4to. (639)

Pickering, £20 Ios. 558 Veitia Linage (D. J. de). The Spanish Rule of Trade to the

West Indies, made English by Capt. J. Stevens, old calf, S.
Crouch, 1702, 8vo. (642)

Pickering, £i 195. 559 Voyages and Discoveries to the South and North (An

Account of), by Sir John Narborough, Capt. J. Tasman, Capt. John Wood, and Fr. Marten, maps and plates, old calf, S. Smith, 1694, 8vo. (704)

Pickering, £2 8s. 560 Voyages and Discoveries in South America, by C. D'Acugna,

M. Acarete and Grillet and Bechamel, maps, old calf, I.
Buckley, 1698, 8vo. (705)

Pickering, £i is. 561 Wafer (Lionel). A New Voyage and Description of the

Isthmus of America (Darien), second edition, map and plates, old calf, J. Knapton, 1704, 8vo. (707)

Pickering, £1 6s. 562 Walpole (Horace). Catalogue of Royal and Noble Authors of

England, Scotland and Ireland, enlarged and continued by
Thos. Park, numerous portraits, 5 vol., morocco gilt, g. e.,
J. Scott, 1806, 8vo. (711)

Ellis, £3 563 Walton (Isaac). Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir H. Wotton, R.

Hooker, and Geo. Herbert, first edition, portraits (that of
Wotton wanting), some leaves stained, original calf, T.
Newcomb for R. Marriot, 1670, 8vo. (712) Sabin, £27

[Presentation Copy, with inscription on fly-leaf: “Ffor my Lord Aston, Iz: Wa :” below which is the following note : "Izake Walton gift to mee June ye 14, 1671, wh. I ffor his memory off mee acknowledge a great kindnesse, Walter Aston." There were also a few MS. corrections in

Walton's hand. ---Catalogue.] 564 Whitaker (T. D.) History and Antiquities of the Deanery of

Craven, Co. York, first edition, portrait, views in aquatinta, pedigrees, etc., half bound, uncut (cover broken), Nichols, 1805, royal 4to. (720)

Ellis, £i 9s. 565 Whitaker (T. D.) History of Richmondshire, Co. York, por

traits, views by J. M. W. Turner, woodcuts, pedigrees, etc., 2 vol., half russia, t. e. g., Longman, 1822-3, folio (721)

Edwards, £2 6s. 566 Wren (C.) Parentalia, or Memoirs of the Family of the Wrens,

chiefly of Sir Christopher, now published by his Grandson,
mezzo and other portraits, etc., old calf, T. Osborn, 1750,
folio (729)

Maggs, £2 16s.
[Contains 14 portraits. The memoirs comprise those of
Sir Christopher Wren, Mathew, Bishop of Ely, Christopher,
Dean of Windsor, etc., and others.-ED.]

[Nov. 13TH AND 14TH, 1899.)

SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE. THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE MR. JOHN KERMACK, W.S.,

OF EDINBURGH.

(No. of Lots, 497 ; amount realised, £1,399 9s.)

567 Adams (W. H. D.) The White King, or Charles the First,

and the Men and Women, Life and Manners, etc. of England in the first half of the 17th Century, 2 vol., illustrated by the insertion of about 160 portraits, and a few views, morocco extra, uncut, t. e. g., by Riviere and Son, 1889, 8vo. (2)

Thorp, £7 55. 568 Almack (E.) A Bibliography of the King's Book ; or Eikon Basiliké, facsimiles of binding, etc., LARGE PAPER, one of

150 copies, uncut, 1896, 4to. (138) Stanford, ki jos. 569 Andersen (Hans C.) Stories and Fairy Tales, translated by

Dr. Sommer, 2 vol., LARGE PAPER, one of 300 copies, with 100 pictures by A. J. Gaskin, uncut, 1893, 4to. (140)

Lewine, £ 1 2s. 570 Armstrong (R. B.) History of Liddesdale, Eskdale, Ewesdale,

Wauchopedale, and the Debateable Land, part i., from the 12th Century to 1530, LARGE PAPER, one of 150 copies, illuminated arms, and other illustrations, uncut, Edinburgh, 1883, 4to. (141)

Young, £i jos. 571 Armstrong (W.) Gainsborough and his place in English Art,

with 62 photogravures and 10 lithographic facsimiles in colours, uncut, t. e. g., 1898, imperial 4to. (220)

Leighton, £55s. 572 Bainbridge (Geo. C.) The Fly-Fisher's Guide, first edition,

coloured frontispiece and coloured plates of flies, title ruled, autograph letter of the author inserted, stamped morocco, g. e., Liverpool, 1816, 8vo. (12)

Pickering, £ius. [Twelve copies of this edition were printed in 4to. at £2 2s., with the plates accurately coloured. The second edition appeared in 1828, the third in 1834, and the fourth

in 1840.-ED.) 573 Basile (G B.) í Pentamerone, or the Tale of Tales, translated

by Sir R. Burton, 2 vol., 165 copies printed, uncut, 1893, 8vo. (14)

Denham, £i 75. 574 Beaumont (Ed. de). La Barbe Bleue, et la Belle au Bois

Dormant, 41 illustrations, chiefly in delicate colours, in facsimile of the original drawings, and printed with the text, morocco extra, uncut, t. e. g.,

Riviere and Son, 1887, 4to. (148)

Maggs, £3 18s. 575 Beaumont (Ed. de). Cinderella and the Two Gifts, 33 illus

trations, in various delicate colours, reproduced in facsimile, and printed with the text, morocco extra, uncut, t. e. g., by Riviere and Son, 1887, 4to. (149)

Maggs, £3 185. 576 Beckford (Peter). Thoughts on Hunting, fourth edition,

plates, morocco super extra, uncut, t. e. g., by Tout, 1802, 4to. (150)

Dobell, £2 ios. [The first edition appeared in 1781, small 4to., with the frontispiece by Bartolozzi, representing Diana preparing for the chase. The first illustrated edition is the third, 1796, 8vo. It contains 20 plates. Beckford's “ Thoughts on Hunting” forms one of the “Library of Sport" series, published by

Methuen and Co., 1899, 8vo., at ios. 6d.-Ed.] 577 Bellamy (George Anne). Memoirs, with all her Intrigues,

Genuine Anecdotes of all her Public and Private Connections, by a Gentleman of Covent-Garden Theatre, morocco extra, g. e., 1785, 8vo. (16)

Sotheran, £2 2s. 578 Berquin (A.) Idylles, 2 vol. in 1, engraved plates after Maril

lier, by de Ghendt, Delaunay, etc., morocco extra, g. e., by Chambolle-Duru, Paris, 1775-96, 8vo. (18) Sotheran, £? ios,

[Complete in 2 vol., 12mo., 1775, with frontispiece designed

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