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5790 Pailthorpe (F. W.) Illustrations to the Pickwick Club, 24

plates, proofs on India paper, in wrappers as published,
1882, 8vo. (427)

Maggs, £1 4s. 5791 Pailthorpe (F. W.) Illustrations to Oliver Twist, 21 plates

coloured by the artist, 1885, 8vo. (428) Maggs, £ 1 8s. 5792 Pailthorpe (F. W.) Illustrations to Great Expectations, title and 20 plates, coloured by the artist, 1885, 8vo. (429)

Maggs, £1 6s. 5793 Pailthorpe (F. W.) Illustrations to Great Expectations, title

and 20 plates, on Japanese paper, one of 50 sets, in port-
folio, 1885 (430)

Hornstein, £i 18s. 5794 Pailthorpe (F. W.) Illustrations to Oliver Twist, 21 plates,

proofs on India paper, one of 50 sets, in portfolio, 1886
(431)

Hornstein, £i 18s. 5795 Sibson (T.) Illustrations to Master Humphrey's Clock, 70

plates, unbound, Tyas, 1842, 8vo. (448) Sotheran, £6 1os. 5796 Smith (A.) and A. B. Reach. The Man in the Moon, nume

rous illustrations by “Phiz,” Kenny Meadows, Hines, etc.,
5 vol., original cloth, n. d., 8vo. (450) Roche, £355.

(MAY 31ST, 1900.)

CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS.
A SERIES OF FIRST EDITIONS OF DICKENS'S WORKS, MOSTLY

IN PARTS.
(No. of Lots, 24; amount realised, £320.)

[A full description of each of the following will be found in Slater's

“Early Editions,” 1894.-Ed.]

5797 Dickens. The Village Coquettes, a Comic Opera, in Two

Acts, the Music by J. Hullah, first edition, unbound, 1836,
8vo. (289)

Booth, £5 5798 Dickens. Sketches by “Boz,” illustrative of Every-Day Life

and Every-Day People, illustrations by G. Cruikshank, in
the original parts, with all the wrappers and advertisements,
as fresh as when first issued, in half morocco case, with
Dickens's crest on the back, by Rivière, 1837-39, 8vo. (290)

Sabin, £56
[Contained the original Nickleby Proclamation by “Boz”
in part 5, with facsimile of his pseudonym “Boz," which
was not issued in the volume when published in cloth.-

Catalogue.]
5799 Dickens. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club,

illustrations by Seymour and “Phiz,” including the plates
by “Buss,” first edition, in the original parts, with all the

on

wrappers and advertisements as published, and as fresh as when issued, in two cases, half morocco, with Dickens's crest on the back, by Rivière, 1837, 8vo. (291) Nattali, £34

[This was a copy of the early issue, with the addresses in

Nos. 2, 3, 10 and 15.- Catalogue.] 5800 Dickens. Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi, edited by “Boz,”

portrait and illustrations by G. Cruikshank, first edition,

2 vol., original cloth, uncut, 1838, 8vo. (292) Booth, £3.155. 5801 Dickens. Serjeant Bell and his Raree Show, woodcuts, cloth, 1839, 8vo. (293)

Nattali, £3 5802 Dickens. Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, portrait

and illustrations by “Phiz," first edition, in the original parts, with all the advertisements and wrappers, in two half morocco cases, with Dickens's crest the back, by Rivière, 1839, 8vo. (294)

Myers, £3 7s. 6d. 5803 Dickens. Sketches of Young Couples, illustrations by “Phiz,"

first edition, original boards, in morocco case, 1840, 8vo. (295)

Booth, £i 5s. 5804 Dickens. Master Humphrey's Clock, illustrations by G.

Cattermole, 3 vol., in the original parts, with all the wrappers and advertisements, in two half morocco cases, with Dickens's crest on the back, by Rivière, 1840-41, 8vo. (296)

Booth, £2 ios. 5805 Dickens. Pic Nic Papers, by various Hands, edited by

Charles Dickens, illustrations by G. Cruikshank, “ Phiz,” etc., 3 vol., fine copy, original cloth, uncut, 1841, 8vo. (297)

Green, £4 55. 5806 Dickens. American Notes for General Circulation, 2 vol., first edition, fine copy, cloth, uncut, 1842, 8vo. (298)

Sabin, £29 [Presentation copy to the Countess of Blessington, with her bookplate and autograph inscription, “The Countess of

Blessington, from Charles Dickens." --Catalogue.] 5807 Dickens. Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit, illus

trations by “Phiz,” first edition, fine copy, in the original parts, with all the wrappers and advertisements, in two half morocco cases, with Dickens's crest on the back, by Rivière, 1844, 8vo. (299)

Maggs, £4 155. 5808 Dickens. Oliver Twist, or the Parish Boy's Progress, illus

trations by G. Cruikshank, first octavo edition, fine copy, in the original parts, as fresh as when first issued, with all the

wrappers and advertisements, 1846, 8vo. (300) Sabin, £23 5809 Dickens. Dombey and Son, illustrations by “Phiz,” first

edition, very fine copy, in the original parts, with all the wrappers and advertisements, in two half morocco cases, with Dickens's crest, by Rivière, 1848, 8vo. (302)

Davidson, £1 14s. 5810 Dickens. Personal History of David Copperfield, illustra

tions by “ Phiz,” first edition, in the original parts, with all the wrappers and advertisements, in two half morocco cases, with Dickens's crest on the back, by Rivière, 1850, 8vo. (303)

Myers, £3155. 5811 Dickens. Little Dorrit, illustrations by “Phiz,” first edition,

in the original parts, with all the wrappers and advertisements, in two half morocco cases, with Dickens's crest on

the back, by Rivière, 1857, 8vo. (306) Sabin, £1 8s. 5812 Dickens. A Tale of Two Cities, illustrations by “Phiz," first

edition, fine copy, in the original parts, with all the wrappers and advertisements, in half morocco case, with Dickens's crest on the back, by Rivière, 1859, 8vo. (307)

Nattali, £8 8s. 5813 Dickens. The Battle of London Life, or “ Boz” and his

Secretary, by Morna, 6 illustrations by George Sala, original boards, with a design on the cover, presentation

copy from the author, 1849, 8vo. (312) Maggs, £2 25. 5814 Dickens. Life, by John Forster, 3 vol. in 9, 1872-74-Letters,

edited by his Sister-in-Law and his Eldest Daughter, 3 vol. in 9, 1880-5, together 18 vol., extensively illustrated with 1,055 extra illustrations, of which 860 are India proofs, and proofs of portraits, views, etc., and 198 prints of views, facsimiles, autographs, etc., also playbills, pamphlets, etc., morocco extra, uncut, top edge gilt, with Charles Dickens's crest on the back and sides, by Rivière, 8vo. (313)

Sotheran, £90

5815 Davis (Charles). Description of the Works of Art forming

the Collection of Alfred de Rothschild, with 194 photographs, 2 vol., Privately printed, morocco extra, with borders of gold, gilt edges, 1884, 4to. (116)

C. Davis, £37 16s.

[JUNE IST, 1900.]

H. H. HODGSON E CO.

A SELECTION FROM AN OLD COUNTRY LIBRARY.

(No. of Lots, 296; amount realised, £391 9s. 6d.)

5816 Æsop's Fables, paraphrased in Verse by John Ogilby, first

edition, engraved title and 80 proof plates after Hollar, etc. (portrait missing), T. Warren, 1651, small 4to. (464)

Quaritch, £7 5817 Bandello. Novelle, portrait, 9 vol., old morocco, gilt edges, Londra, 1791-3, 8vo. (360)

Quaritch, £3 5818 Beaumont and Fletcher. Fifty Comedies and Tragedies,

portrait of Fletcher by Marshall (binding faulty), 1679, folio (622)

Edwards, £2 55: 5819 Camden (W.) Britannia, with additions by Gough and Nichols, plates, 4 vol., russia, 1806, folio (617)

Harding, £2 45. 5820 Cartwright (W.) Comedies, Tragi-Comedies, with other

Poems, portrait by Lombard, first edition, old calf, H.
Moseley, 1651, 8vo. (476)

Dobell, £2 7s. [The three cancelled leaves making pages 301-6 are

generally missing.-ED.] 5821 Clifford (Sir T.) Topographical Description of the Parish

of Tixall, portraits, 2 vol., 1813-17, 4to. — Collectanea Cliffordiana, 1817, 8vo. (589)

J. Rimell, £5 5822 Crashaw (R.) Steps to the Temple, frontispiece, 1648

Visions, or Hel's Kingdome, 1640–Wither (G.) Speculum
Speculativum, 1660, 8vo. (482)

Tinkler, £5 155. 5823 Crowe and Cavalcaselle. History of Painting in Italy, from

the Second to the Sixteenth Century—and Painting in North Italy, from the Fourteenth to the Sixteenth Century,

illustrations, 5 vol., uncut, 1864-71, 8vo. (421) Bain, £20 5824 Danes. Orthoepia, or Art of Right Speaking, small 4to.,

1640-A Short Introduction of Grammar, woodcut title, black letter, 1642, together 2 vol., 8vo. and 4to. (532)

Pickering, £4.55. 5825 Denham (Sir J.) Poems and Translations, with the Sophy,

first edition, 1668—Howard. British Princess, first edition, 1669—Rapinus of Gardens, by Evelyn, 1673, 8vo. (479)

Pickering, £2 10s. 5826 Denham (Sir J.) Poems, first edition, 1668—- Randolph (T.)

Poems, 1668— Mountague. The Shephearde's Paradise, 1659- Monmouth (Earl). Romulus and Tarquin, 1648 (480)

Pickering, £4 125. 6d. 5827 Economic Journal (The), edited by Edgeworth and Higgs,

from the commencement, March, 1891 to 1900 inclusive (forming 10 vol.), in Nos., with the remaining 3 Nos. for the current year as issued, 8vo. (432)

Herbert, £6 5828 Eden (R.) Voyages—The Decades of the Newe Worlde, or

West India, woodcuts, with map by Beller and the rare duplicate leaf I. iii., ii., but wanted title and was slightly cut down, black letter, London, G. Powell, 1555, 8vo. (493)

Quaritch, £7 125. 6d. 5829 Forde (J.) Virtus Rediviva, containing the Theatre of Wits,

Love's Labrinth, etc., in i vol., 1660-1-and Butler's Ghost,

or Hudibras, part 4, 1682, 8vo. (485) Dobell, £3 155. 5830 Frampton (J.) Joyfull Newes out of the New-Found Worlde,

black letter, title within border and woodcuts, vellum, Lon

don, E. Allde, 1598, small 4to. (491) Edwards, £4 155. 5831 Grammont (Comte de). Memoires, par Hamilton, 73 por

traits, old morocco extra, gilt edges, Londres, 1793, 4to. (588)

Thorp, £3 8s. 5832 Grose (F.) Antiquities of England and Wales, Scotland,

Ireland, and Ancient Armour, numerous plates, 14 vol., russia, 1781-1801, 4to. (592)

Maggs, £4 155. 5833 Kosewitz (W. F. Von). Eccentric Tales, 20 coloured plates

by George Cruikshank from sketches by A. Crowquill, original boards, uncut, 1827, 8vo. (452) A. Jackson, £4 5834 Langham (W.) The Garden of Health, black letter, slightly wormed, London, printed for T. Harper, 1633, 8vo. (513)

Sotheran, £2 8s. 5835 [Lloyd.] The Legend of Captaine Jones, folding frontispiece by Marshall, 2 parts in i vol., 1671-70, 8vo. (478)

Maggs, £3 155. 5836 Markham (G.) A Way to get Wealth, woodcuts, N. Okes for J. Harrison, 1631, 4to. (516)

Quaritch, £3 35. 5837 Month (The). A Magazine and Review, from 1864 to Octo

ber, 1890 (wanted January, 1886), first 49 vol. half calf, remainder sewed, 8vo. (542)

Baker, £5 7s. 6d. 5838 New Zealand Newspapers. Wellington Independent, Southern

Cross and New Zealander, etc., 3 parcels of vol. and Nos., 1850-60, folio (614)

Edwards, £8 75. 6d. 5839 Old Plays. Shirley (J.) The Lady of Pleasure, 1637—Duks

Mistress, 1638—Maide's Revenge, 1639–- The Ball, 1639—
Love's Crueltie, 1640— Humorous Courtier, 1640– The
Constant Maid, 1640-and one other, first editions (some
headlines cut into), in i vol., small 4to., old calf, (471)

Tinkler, £11 55. 5840 Old Plays. Shirley (J.) The Greatfull Servant, 1637-Mar

lowe and Chapman. Hero and Leander, 1637- Massinger. The Bondman, 1638, etc., in i vol., small 4to. (472)

Dobell, £u los. 5841 Old Plays. D'Avenant (W.) The Platonick Lovers, 1636

Marmion. A Fine Companion, 1633–Mead. Combat of
Love and Friendship, 1654, first editions—and 4 others, in
I vol., small 4to. (473)

Dobell, £7 155. 5842 Suckling (J.) Last Remains, portrait by Marshall (portion of

one leaf torn away), 1659, 8vo. (477) Tinkler, £3 175. 6d. 5843 Tennyson (A.) In Memoriam, first edition, original cloth, uncut, Moxon, 1850, 8vo. (455)

Tinkler, £3 3s. 5844 Tracts. The History of Frier Rush, 20 pages, curious wood

cuts, black letter, Moses Bell, 1649-A Great and Bloody Fight at Sea, 1652–Fairfax (Sir T.) The King's Cabinet Opened, 1645-and 7 others, in i vol., old calf, small 4to. (495)

Pickering, £47 5845 Tracts.

Martin Marprelate. An Epistle to the Terrible Priestes of the Convocation House, black letter [1588]— Martin Marprelate. Hay any Worke for Cooper, n. d., etc., in i vol., 8vo. (537)

Sotheran, £4 155. 5846 Young (A.) Travels in France, 1787-9, maps, second edition, 2 vol., boards, 1794, 4to. (600)

Bain, £ 2

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