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6369 Barclay (J.) Argenis, editio novissima, cum clave, engraved title, old calf, in leather case, Elzevir, 1630, 8vo. (12)

Bell, £4 6s. [Alexander Pope's copy, with his autograph, “E' Libris

Alexandri Popei," on the fly-leaf.--- Catalogue.] 6370 Bacon (F.) Of the Advancement and Proficiencie of Learn

ing, or the Partitions of Sciences, Nine Books, interpreted by Gilbert Wats, portrait, old English morocco, g. e., 1640, fólio (216)

Quaritch, £3155. 6371 Bacon (F.) The Twoo Bookes of Francis Bacon, of the

Proficience and Advancement of Learning, divine and humane, first edition, morocco extra, g. e., by Rivière, 1605, 4to. (149)

Quaritch, £ 10 55. 6372 Bible. The Holy Bible, containing the Books of the Old and

New Testaments—The Book of Common Prayer and
Administration of the Sacraments, plates by Hollar, Lom-
bart, etc., morocco extra, g. e., clasps, dedication copy to
Charles II., with royal arms on the sides, Cambridge, J.
Field, 1660, folio (218A)

Maggs, £3 125. 6d. 6373 Black Book of Taymouth, with other Papers from Breadal

bane Charter Room (edited by Cosmo Innes), plates and 9 portraits, coloured and heightened with gold, original cloth, uncut, printed for private circulation, Edinburgh, 1855, 4to. (157)

Maggs, £5 7s. 6d. 6374 Blake (W.) Young (E.) The Complaint and the Consola

tion, or Night Thoughts, illustrations by W. Blake, morocco extra, g. t., uncut, by Rivière, with the scarce leaf, “Explana

tion of the Engravings," 1797, folio (219) Sabin, £10 ios. 6375 [Boileau Despréaux (N.)] Euvres Diverses du Sieur D ***

avec le Traité du Sublime ou du Merveilleux dans le Discours, 2 vol., morocco extra, g. e., by Thibaron, Paris, D. Thiery, 1694 (19)

Bell, £9 55. [Presentation copy from the author, with autograph inscription on the fly-leaf: “Pour Monsieur L'Abbé Bignon de la part de son très humble et obéissant Serviteur, Des

préaux."---Catalogue.) 6376 Boissart (R.) Mascarades royales recuilles et mises en taille

douce, 24 plates, mounted, polished Levant morocco, g. e., by Rivière, 1597, 4to. (159)

Quaritch, £3 1os. 6377 Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacra

ments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, woodcut title, black letter, Norton and Bill, 1618Psalmorum omnium juxta Hebraicam, veritatem paraphrastica interpretatio authore Joanne Campensi, acess. Athanasius ad Marcellinum in librum Psalmorum Campnione interprete, gothic letter, printed in red and black, last leaf wormed, Parisiis, F. Regnault, 1534 - VAATHPION (Psalterium græcum cura Justini Decadyi), printed in red and black, Venet., Aldus, Manutius absque anni nota sed circa 1498 . . in i vol., old calf, with the arms of Sir Robert Naunton on the sides, 4to. (154) Tregaskis, £20 Ios.

[In addition to the arms of Sir Robert Naunton, the book also contained his signature, as well as some Latin verses, “In librum Psalmorum,” signed Robertus Nauntonius. The Greek Psalter in this volume was of the first issue, as the first line of signature i, which was accidentally omitted in the printing, had been filled in in manuscript. –

Catalogue.] 6378 Booke of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacra

ments and other parts of the Divine Service, for the use of the Church of Scotland (Laud's Service Book), Edinburgh, R. Young, 1637—The Psalter or Psalmes of David according to the last Translation in King Jamies his Time, ib., 1636, black letter, LARGE PAPER, original stamped calf, gilt ornaments on sides, g. e., fine copy, with the rare cancelled leaf Hh 3 of the Psalms, and the Catchword“ Certaine," 1637-36, folio (220A)

Ellis, £13 6379 Bourne (W.) A Booke called the Treasure for traveilers

devided into five bookes or partes, contaynyng very necessary matters for all sortes of Travailers, eyther by Sea or by Lande, black letter, woodcuts, 5 parts in i vol., calf extra, m. e., by Rivière, corner of leaf of Errata repaired, touching the text, 1578, 4to. (161).

Ellis, £7 155. 6380 Brathwait (R.) The English Gentleman, containing sundry

excellent Rules or exquisite Observations, tending to Direction of every Gentleman of selected ranke and qualitie, with Three Choice Characters of Marriage at end, engraved title, first edition, morocco extra, panelled sides, g. e., by F. Bedford, 1630, 4to. (162)

Sabin, £9 125. 6381 Brathwait (R.) The English Gentleman, containing sundry

excellent Rules or exquisite Observations, tending to Direction of every Gentleman of selected ranke and qualitie, first edition, frontispiece by Vaughan, original vellum, 1630, 4to. (163)

Robson, £9 9s. 6382 Brathwait (R.) The English Gentlewoman drawne out to

the full body, first edition, frontispiece by Marshall, original vellum, 1631, 4to. (164)

Sabin, £12 6383 Buchanan (G.) Rerum Scoticarum Historia, editio princeps,

morocco extra, panelled sides, gilt back, g.e., by F. Bedford, Edinburgh, apud A. Arbuthnotum, 1582, folio (225)

Pickering, £3 6384 Bunn (A.) The Stage both before and behind the Curtain

Old and New England, the Various Criticisms of these
Works and about 39 Autograph Letters addressed to the
Author, all inlaid or mounted, and bound in 2 vol., morocco
extra, 1840-53, 8vo. (34)

Sotheran, £3 12s. 6385 Byron (Lord). Hours of Idleness, a Series of Poems, original

and translated, first edition, LARGE PAPER, morocco extra, g. t., uncut, by F. Bedford, Newark, 1807, 8vo. (37)

Pickering, £16 6386 (Byron (Lord).] Historical Illustrations of the Fourth Canto

of Childe Harold, containing Dissertations on the Ruins of Rome and an Essay on Italian Literature, by J. C. Hobhouse, extra illustrated by the insertion of about 60 portraits and views, morocco extra, g. e., by Rivière, Murray, 1818, 8vo. (38)

Sotheran, (2 16s. 6387 Byron (Lord). Letters and Journals of Lord Byron, with

notices of his Life by Thomas Moore, 44 plates and vignettes, 3 vol., extra illustrated, and extended to 6 vol. by the addition of about 250 portraits and views, many in proof state, special title pages (originals cancelled), morocco extra, g. e., by

Rivière, Murray, 1833, 8vo. (42) Hatchards, £15 1OS. 6388 Byron (Lord). Poetical Works, portrait, 8 vol., extra illus

trated, and extended to 16 vol. by the insertion of about 800 portraits and views, many in proof state, special title pages, morocco extra, g. e., by Rivière, Murray, 1839, 8vo. (43)

A. Webster, 457 6389 Catch that Catch Can, or the Musical Companion, containing

Catches and Rounds for three and four Voyces, to which is now added a second Book containing Dialogues, Glees, Ayres and Ballads, etc., some for two, three and foure Voyces, 2 parts in i vol., russia, m. e., MS. music at beginning and end, a few headlines slightly cut into, London,

Playford, 1667, oblong 8vo. (48) Pickering, £7 155. 6390 Causes of the Decay of Christian Piety, by the Author of the

Whole Duty of Man, old English morocco, gold tooled

sides and back, g. e., 1672, 8vo. (49) Pickering, £2 155. 6391 Chants et Chansons Populaires de la France, numerous

illustrations, after Meissonier, Daubigny, Staal, etc., 3 vol., original cloth, g. e., Garnier, 1848, royal 8vo. (55)

Quaritch, £2 6s. 6392 Chaucer (G.) The Workes of our Ancient and Learned

English Poet, Geffrey Chaucer, newly printed, black letter, frontispiece and woodcut title, calf antique, r. e., A. Islip, 1602, folio (236)

Bell, 4.4 6393 Coleridge (S. T.) The Fall of Robespierre, an Historic

Drama, first edition, mottled calf extra, g. t., uncut, by
Rivière, Cambridge, 1794, 8vo. (64)

B. F. Stevens, £4 175. 6d. 6394 [Coleridge (S. T.)] Lyrical Ballads, with a few other Poems,

morocco extra, panelled sides, gilt backs, g. e., by Rivière,

London, I. and A. Arch, 1798, 8vo. (66) Pickering, £3 ios. 6395 (Combe (W.)] The Dance of Life, a Poem, first edition, plates by Rowlandson, half morocco, 1817, 8vo. (75)

Maggs, £4 45. 6396 Confession of the Four High-Way-Men, as it was written by

One of them and allowed by the Rest the 14th of this
Instant April (being the Day before their appointed

Execution), etc., calf gilt, 1674, 4to. (181) Sotheran, £,2 6397 Cowper (W.) The Power of Grace Illustrated in Six Letters

from a Minister of the Reformed Church to John Newton, translated from the Original Latin by W. Cowper, panelled calf extra, 1792, 8vo. (82)

Maggs, £355. [On the title-page was written in Cowper's autograph,

“Mr. Editor's own book.”—Catalogue.] 6398 Crawshaw (W.) The Italian Convert, Newes from Italy of a

folio paper

Second Moses, or the Life of Gallacius Caracciolus the Noble Marquess of Vico, put into English and now published, plates, morocco extra, panelled sides, gilt back,

g. e., by F. Bedford, 1655, 8vo. (84) B. F. Stevens, £7 ios. 6399 Cruikshank (G.). Omnibus. The Series of Etchings, comprising portrait and 21 plates, India proofs, printed on

- The Series of Woodcuts, 80 illustrations, India proofs, from the original engravings on wood, the woodcut title signed by the artist, printed on folio paper, 2 vol., morocco extra, full gilt backs, inside borders, g. t., by F. Bedford, 1842, folio (246)

Hornstein, £14 6400 Cruikshank (G.) Illustrations to Bentley's Miscellany, 21

plates, proofs before the inscriptions, with the artist's name only, 1837-8, 8vo. (110)

Karslake, £3 45. [A complete set consists of 26 plates.-ED.) 6401 Cruikshank (G.) Illustrations to “Land Sharks and Sea

Gulls,” 6 plates undivided, proofs before the inscriptions, with the artist's name only, 1838, 8vo. (111)

Karslake, £ 1 18s. 6402 Cruikshank (G.) Illustrations to “Peter Schlemihl," 8 plates, proofs on India paper, with the artist's name only, 8vo. (113)

Karslake, £2 6403 Daly (A.) Peg Woffington, a tribute to the Actress and the

Woman, 16 plates, original cloth, uncut, one of a special edition of 25 copies, Printed for the author, 1888, folio (247)

Maggs, £3 155. 6404 Daniel (W. B.) Rural Sports, with Supplement, plates,

4 vol., LARGE PAPER, half russia gilt, uncut, 1805-13, 4to. (195)

Nattali, £3 155. 6405 [Defoe (D.)] A Tour thro' the whole Island of Great Britain,

divided into Circuits or Journies, maps and plan, first edition, 3 vol., morocco extra, gilt borders on sides, full gilt backs, g. e., by Rivière, 1724-5-7, 8vo. (125)

B. F. Stevens, £15 6406 [Defoe (D.)] The Military Memoirs of Captain George

Carleton, from the Dutch War, 1672, to the Peace of Utrecht, 1713, morocco extra, gilt borders on sides, full gilt backs, g. e., by Rivière, 1728, 8vo. (126)

Sabin, £4 6407 Dee (Dr. John). A True and Faithful Relation of what

passed for many years between Dr. John Dee and some Spirits, tending (had it succeeded) to a general Alteration of most States and Kingdomes in the World, etc., with a Preface by M. Casaubon, portraits and folding plate, mottled calf extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, 1659, folio (491)

Hazlitt, £3 155. 6408 Dickens (C.) Oliver Twist, or the Parish Boy's Progress,

third edition, with an introduction by the author, plates by George Cruikshank, 3 vol., morocco extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, 1841, 8vo. (129)

Pickering, £22 ios. [Presentation copy, with inscription on title page of vol. i. : “Frederick Salmon, Esquire, from Charles Dickens. Twenty Fifth October, 1841.”—Catalogue.]

6409 Dickens (C.) Our Mutual Friend, illustrated by Marcus

Stone, first edition, 2 vol., morocco extra, g. t., uncut, speci

men wrappers preserved, 1865, 8vo. (250) Ellis, £? 6410 Dickens (C.) The Lamplighter, a Farce, now first printed

from a manuscript in the Forster Collection at the South Kensington Museum, morocco extra, g. t., original wrappers preserved, by Rivière, 250 copies printed, 1879, 8vo. (252)

Craddock, [2 25. 6411 Dickens (C.) Dombey and Son, illustrations by H. K.

Browne, first edition, complete in the original parts, 1848, 8vo. (133)

Ellis, 65 6412 Dickens (C.) The Personal History of David Copperfield,

illustrations by H. K. Browne, morocco extra, g. t., uncut, with an original wrapper preserved, by Rivière, 1850, 8vo. (135)

Bell, £3 6413 Dickens (C.) Bleak House, illustrations by H. K. Browne,

first edition, morocco extra, g. t., uncut, specimen wrappers

preserved, by Rivière, 1853, 8vo. (136) Ellis, £3 175. 6d. 6414 Dickens (C.) Bleak House, illustrations by H. K. Browne, first edition, original cloth, uncut, 1853, 8vo. (137)

Ellis, £3 Ios. 6415 Dryden (J.) The Conquest of Granada, in 2 parts, first edition,

1672-Secret Love, or the Maiden Queen, 1669—The Rival Ladies, 1669—The Wild Gallant, a Comedy, first edition, 1669–Sr. Martin Mar-all, or the Feigned Innocence, first edition, 1668—An Evening's Love, or the Mock Astrologer, first edition, 1671—The Tempest, or the Enchanted Island, first edition, 1670–Of Dramatick Poesie, an Essay, first edition, 1668, and others, in i vol., old calf, v. y., 4to. (202)

Pickering, £20 55. 6416 Dryden (J.) An Evening's Love, 1671—The Mistaken Hus

band, 1675--The Kind Keeper, or Mr. Limberham, 1680– The Spanish Fryar, 1681, first editions, and others, in i vol., old calf, v. y., 4to. (203)

Pickering, £,2 155. 6417 Dryden (J.) Threnodin Augustalis, a Funeral Pindarique

Poem sacred to the happy memory of King Charles II., first edition, marbled calf extra, g. e., 1685, 4to. (204)

Maggs, £ 1 75. 6418 Dufresny (C. R.) Oeuvres Choisies, 3 vol., printed on vellụm,

original binding, Didot, 1810-12, 8vo. (265) Ridler, £2 8s. 6419 Ellacombe (H. T.) The Church Bells of Gloucester, to which

is added a Budget of Bell matters of General Interest, plates and woodcuts, calf extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, E.reter, 1881, 4to. (419)

Ridler, £1 8s. 6420 Era Almanack. Portraits and facsimiles from 1868 to 1897,

bound in 8 vol., half morocco extra, g.e., by Rivière, 1868-97, 8vo. (271)

Sotheran, £3 6421 [Falconer (W.)] The Shipwreck, a Poem in three Cantos, by

a Sailor, map and plate, first edition, mottled calf extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, Printed for the Author, 1762, 4to. (420)

Denham, £2 145. 6422 Faulkner (T.) Historical and Topographical Description of

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