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Worcester, many illustrations, and 7 additional old plates

inserted, uncut, 1897, 8vo. (139) B. F. Stevens, £195. 4972 [Fielding (Henry).] A Full Vindication of the Duchess

Dowager of Marlborough, first edition, uncut edges, 1742, 8vo. (141)

Sabin, £7 7s. 4973 Fielding (Henry). A True State of the Case of Bosavern

Penlez, who suffered on Account of the late Riot in the
Strand, first edition, half morocco, 1749, 8vo. (142)

Sabin, £ 1 6s. 4974 Flatman (Thomas). Heraclitus Ridens, complete set, Nos. I

to 82, morocco, g. t., with ex-libris of Charles Viscount

Bruce of Ampthill, 1681-2, folio (301) B. F. Stevens, £7 4975 Froude (J. A.) History of England from the fall of Wolsey

to the defeat of the Spanish Armada, 12 vol., n. d., 8vo. (146)

Jonas, £i is. 4976 Garrick (D.) The Lying Valet, as it is performed Gratis, at

The Theatre in Goodman's Fields, first edition, uncut edges, morocco extra, g. t., 1742, 8vo. (147)

B. F. Stevens, £8 8s. 4977 Garrick (D.) A Catalogue of the Library, Books of Prints,

etc. of David Garrick, Esq. which will be sold by Auction by Mr. Saunders, on April 23d, 1823, and 9 following days,

half morocco, uncut, 8vo. (148) B. F. Stevens, £3 ios. 4978 Gay (John). Rural Sports, a Poem, inscribed to Mr. Pope,

first edition, unbound, 1713, folio (298) Sabin, £5 155. 4979 Gay (John). The Wife of Bath, a Comedy, first edition, uncut, morocco, g. e., 1713, 4to. (278)

Sabin, £13 4980 Gay (John). Trivia, or the Art of Walking the Streets of London, LARGE AND THICK PAPER, calf, n. d., 8vo. (150)

Pickering, £3 Ios. [First edition, published by Bernard Lintott. Čut of the

Cross Keys on title.-ED.] 4981 Gay (John). The Beggars Opera, with “the musicke en

grav'd on copper-plates," first edition, 1728-Polly, an Opera, with the music, 1729, in i vol., half calf, 8vo. (151)

B. F. Stevens, £6 4982 Gay (John). Poems on Several Occasions, frontispieces, ex

libris of Roberts, Kinmell, 2 vol., 1737—Two Epistles, first edition, n. d.—Achilles in Petticoats, 1774, 8vo. (154)

B. F. Stevens, £2 4s. 4983 (Gildon (Charles).] A Comparison between the two Stages,

with an Examen of the Generous Conqueror, etc., fine copy, calf extra, 1702, 8vo. (152)

B. F. Stevens, £5 4984 (Gildon (Charles).] A New Rehearsal, or Bays the Younger,

half calf, uncut, 1714, 8vo. (153) B. F. Stevens, £2 18s. 4985 Godwin (William). Memoirs of the Author of a Vindication

of the Rights of Woman, first edition, portrait, original boards, 1798, 8vo. (155)

B. F. Stevens, £4 18s. 4986 (Godwin (William).] The Looking-Glass, a True History of

the Early Years of an Artist, by Theophilus Marclíffe, engravings, 1805, 8vo, (157) B. F. Stevens, £4 175. 6d.

This work was dictated to the author by the artist, William Mulready.Catalogue.]

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4987 Goethe (Wulfgang von). Faust, Ein Fragment, early edition,

morocco extra, g. e., Leipzig, 1790, 8vo. (158) Pearson, £3 6s.

[Inserted was an autograph letter of the author's dated

Jena, May 7th, 1810.--Catalogue.] 4988 [Goldsmith (O.)] The Memoirs of a Protestant condemned

to the Galleys of France for his Religion, 2 vol., calf extra, 1758, 8vo. (159)

Denham, £5 4089 (Goldsmith (O.)) An Enquiry into the Present State of

Polite Learning in Europe, first edition, calf, 1759, 8vo. (160)

Denham, £2 4990 Goldsmith (O.) Essays, first edition, calf, 1765, 8vo. (162)

Denham, £1 4991 Goldsmith (O.) The Vicar of Wakefield, a Tale, supposed

to be written by himself, first edition, 2 vol., calf, hole in

page 5, Salisbury, B. Collins, 1766, 8vo. (163) Pearson, £49 4992 Goldsmith (0.) The Good Naturd Man, a Comedy, first

edition, wrapper, a small piece cut from the top of the halftitle, 1768, 8vo. (164)

Pickering, £4 55. 4993 Goldsmith (0.) The Good Natur'd Man, a Comedy, new edition, uncut, morocco extra, 1768, 8vo. (165)

Thomas, £1 12s. 4994 Goldsmith (O.) The Deserted Village, a Poem, morocco extra, g. e., 1770, 8vo. (166)

B. F. Stevens, £21 [The very rare small 8vo. edition, which is believed to have been printed before the quarto copy, which is usually described as the first edition. Copies have sold for £16 55., £25 and £22. The latter two were 'uncut copies.-Cata

logue.] 4995 Goldsmith (0.) The Deserted Village, a Poem, first edition,

1770—Retaliation, a Poem, fourth edition, 1774, in i vol., morocco extra, g. e., 4to. (279)

Quaritch, £15 5S. 4996 Goldsmith (O.) The Life of Thomas Parnell, D.D., first edition, morocco extra, g. e., 1770, 8vo. (167)

Pickering, £2 18s. 4997 Goldsmith (O.) She Stoops to Conquer, or the Mistakes of a Night, first edition, morocco extra, 1773, 8vo. (168)

Jonas, £12 125. 4998 Goldsmith (O.) The Vicar of Wakefield, fifth edition, 2 vol., calf, 1773, 8vo. (169)

Stanford, £i is. 4999 Goldsmith (O.) The Comic Romance of Monsieur Scarron,

translated by Oliver Goldsmith, first edition, 2 vol., calf extra, 1775, 8vo. (170)

Dobell, £i 155. 5000 Goldsmith (O.) The Life of Dr. Oliver Goldsmith, written

from personal knowledge, authentic papers, etc., uncut,

morocco extra, 1774, 8vo. (171) B. F. Stevens, £3 35. 5001 Gould (Robert). Poems, chiefly consisting of Satyrs and

Satyrical Epistles, half calf, 1689, 8vo. (172)

Píckering, £ius. 5002 Grant (Lieut.-Col. F.) Life of Samuel Johnson, LARGE PAPER,

uncut, the author's own copy, with various additions, MS. potes, etc., 1887, 8vo. (174)

Pearson, £ 1 195. 5003 Gray (Thomas). An Elegy Wrote in a Country Church Yard, second edition, half green morocco, g. e., 1751, 4to. (284)

Maggs, £2 45. 5004 Hell upon Earth, or the Town in an Uproar, calf, g. e., 1729, 8vo. (178)

B. F. Stevens, £l is. (A bitterly satirical and very curious picture of London

life in the early eighteenth century.- Catalogue.] 5005 Henry VIII. A Necessary Doctrine and erudicion for any

chrysten man, set furth by the kynges maiestye of Englande, black letter, top leaves slightly stained, otherwise a good copy, Imprinted at London in Fletestrete by Thomas Berthelet the xxix. daye of Maye, the yere of our lorde mdxliii., 8vo. (179)

Thomas, £3 155. 5006 Henry VIII. Assertio Septem Sacramentorum adversus

Martinum Lutherum, ædita ab invictissimo Angliæ et Franciæ rege, et Hyberniæ Henrico eius nominis octavo, first edition, title within fine woodcut border, by Holbein, with initials H. H. and ornamental initials, morocco extra, g. e., Lond. in ædibus Pynsonianis, 1521, 4to. (513)

Tregaskis, £29 [This is the copy that produced £21 5s. last year. See

BOOK-PRICES CURRENT, vol. xiii., No. 747.--Ed.] 5007 Hervey (John, Lord). Memoirs of the Reign of George the

Second, edited by J. W. Croker, 2 vol., portraits and

facsimiles, original cloth, 1848, 8vo. (181) Ellis, £i 75. 5008 Hogarth (William). A Catalogue of the Pictures, Sculptures,

Prints, etc. exhibited by the Society of Artists of Great Britain, in Spring Garden, Charing Cross, 2 engravings, brilliant impressions, half morocco, 4to. (517)

B. F. Stevens, £ 5 5s. 5009 Horn Book, black letter, oak covered in leather, with St. George

and the Dragon in silver on back, in box of half morocco, cloth sides, temp. James I. (?), (185)

Jonas, £30 (A good specimen of an early Horn Book. The small alphabet had no ļ, but two r’s. The large one had no v. The woodcut initial is a crowned rose. Fully described and illustrated in Tuer's “History of the Horn-Book,”

vol. ii., p. 139.- Catalogue.] 5010 Howitt (William). The Northern Heights of London, numerous illustrations, original cloth, uncut, 1869, 8vo. (186)

Ellis, £ 1 6s. 5011 Hudleston (Richard, O.S.B.) A Short and Plain Way to the

Faith and Church, with King Charles the Second his Papers found in his Closet and a Brief Account of what occurred on his Death-Bed, old English morocco, gilt and tooled, a good specimen of late Jacobite binding, Permissu

superiorum, 1688, 8vo. (187) B. F. Stevens, £4 12s. 5012 Huth (Henry). Inedited Poetical Miscellanies, 1584-1700,

selected from MSS. in private hands, with a few explanatory and illustrative Notes, 50 copies privately printed, 1870, 8vo. (189)

Maggs, £2 6s. 5013 Johnson (Samuel). Miscellaneous Observations on the

Tragedy of Macbeth, with Remarks on Sir T. H.'s Edition of Shakespear, and Proposals for a New Edition, first

edition, half calf, 1745, 8vo. (196) B. F. Stevens, £i is. 5014 Johnson (Samuel). An Account of the Life of Mr. Richard

Savage, Son of the Earle Rivers, first edition, half calf, 1744--Another copy, second edition, calf, 1748, 2 vol., 8vo. (197)

Robson, £2 25. 5015 Johnson (Samuel). Irene, a Tragedy, first edition, tree calf extra, 1749, 8vo. (198)

Thomas, £ 1 16s. 5016 Johnson (Samuel). Irene, a Tragedy, first edition, fine uncut copy, rare in this state, morocco extra, 1749, 8vo. (199)

B. F. Stevens, £10 5017 Johnson (Samuel). The Prince of Abissinia, a Tale, first edition, fine copy, 2 vol. in 1, tree calf, g. e., 1759, 8vo. (200)

Quaritch, £3 5018 Johnsoniana. A Letter to Dr. Samuel Johnson on his Journey

to the Western Isles, by Andrew Henderson, n. d.-Remarks on a Voyage to the Hebrides, in a Letter to Samuel Johnson, 1775, two scarce pamphlets, calf extra, bound by Leighton, 8vo. (205)

B. F. Stevens, £2 18s. 5019 Johnsoniana. A Catalogue of the valuable Collection of

Books of the late learned Samuel Johnson, which will be sold by Auction by Mr. Christie, on Wednesday, Feb. 16, 1785, and three following days, half morocco, 1785, 8vo. (207)

Pearson, £25 1os. 5020 Johnsoniana. Dialogue between Dr. Johnson and Mrs.

Knowles, portrait of Mrs. Knowles inserted, 1799-Johnson and Garrick (not published], 1816, two very rare

pamphlets, calf extra, 8vo. (212) B. F. Stevens, £2 45. 5021 Johnsoniana. The Principal Corrections and Additions to

the First Edition of Mr. Boswell's Life of Dr. Johnson, half morocco, g. t., uncut, 1793, 4to. (244) Pearson, £3 75.

[Inserted was "A Postscript to Dr. Goldsmith's Retaliation,” an Epitaph on Dr., Johnson, read at Pembroke College, Oxford, June, 1896, by Austin Dobson, privately

printed, 4to.- Catalogue.] 5022 Jonson (Ben). The Alchemist, title mounted, first edition, bound by Zaehnsdorf in morocco extra, g. e., 1612, 4to.

B. F. Stevens, £22 5023 Killigrew (Anne). Poems, mezzotint portrait of the authoress,

engraved by J. Smith, after Beckett, original calf, 1686, 4to. (529)

B. F. Stevens, £17 ios. [The still rarer engraving by A. Blooteling from the

same picture was inserted.—ED.) 5024 Lacrymæ Musarum. The Tears of the Muses, Exprest in

Elegies upon the death of the most hopefull Henry Lord Hastings, curious frontispiece, mottled calf extra, g. e., 1650, 8vo. (306)

B. F. Stevens, £25 1os. (Contains Dryden's earliest verses, written while he was

still at Westminster School.- Catalogue.] 5025 (Lamb (Charles).] Elia, Essays which have appeared under


that signature in the London Magazine, first edition, original boards, uncut, 1823, 8vo. (308)

Pearson, £8 155. 5026 Lang (Andrew). The Library, illustrations, LARGE PAPER,

cloth, uncut, presentation copy from Austin Dobson tó Colonel Grant, with autograph inscription, 1883, 8vo. (309)

Tregaskis, £3 3s. 5027 Latimer (Hugh, Bishop of Worcester). The Sermon made to

the clergie, in the Convocation, the 28 yere of Henry the VIII., nowe translated out of latyne into englyshe, black leter, T. Berthelet, 1537-A notable Sermon preached in ye Shroude at paules church in London xviii. day of January, 1548, woodcut title within borders, with emblematic reverse, black letter, John Day and William Seres, n. d.-The fyrste Sermon preached before the Kynge's Maiestie – The second, with 5 others, black letter, J. Day and W. Seres, n. d.

5 -A Sermon preached at Stamford, black letter, John Day (1550]— A moste faithfull Sermon preacht before the Kynges most excellent Maiestie, black letter, John Day, n. d., in i vol., calf antique, red edges, blind tooling, 8vo. (311)

Tregaskis, £ 10 ios. [A curious collection, the first pamphlet being very rare. A similar collection, without the first-named Sermon, realised £25 in the Ashburnham sale.- Catalogue. See

BOOK-PRICES CURRENT, vol. xii., No. 388.-ED.] 5028 Law (Ernest). The History of Hampton Court Palace (vol.

i., second edition], numerous illustrations, 3 vol., 1888-91, 8vo. (313)

Roche, £ 1 3s. 5029 Locker (F.) Lyra Elegantiarum, edited by Frederick Locker, first edition, morocco extra, uncut, 1867, 8vo. (316)

Pickering, £ 5 7s. 6d. 5030 Locker (F.) Lyra Elegantiarum, Revised Edition, portrait, 1891, 8vo. (320)

Maggs, £2 6s. [A presentation copy to Colonel Grant, with an auto

graph inscription.- Catalogue.] 5031 Locker (F.). Poems (not published), coloured frontispiece

, by Cruikshank, with his autograph signature underneath, morocco extra, t. e. g., 1868, 8vo. (317) Tregaskis, £13

[Of this book one hundred and twenty copies were printed. The present contained not only the coloured frontispiece mentioned above, but another plate, “ Building Castles in the Air," which also had Cruikshank's autograph, a portrait of the author, a long note by him relating to the bibliography of the book, and one of his bookplates.-Catalogue.

See Slater's “Early Editions,” 1894, p. 183.—ED.] 5032 Locker (F.) Patchwork, first edition, LARGE PAPER, original

cloth, uncut, a presentation copy, with autograph inscription, 1879, 8vo. (318)

Tregaskis, £7 155. 5033 Locker-Lampson. Catalogue of the Printed Books, Manu

scripts, Autograph Letters, Drawings and Pictures collected by Frederick Locker-Lampson, frontispiece by G. Cruikshank, one of 50 copies printed for presentation, half morocco, uncut, with an autograph inscription and a letter

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