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numerous plates, proofs on India paper after J. Stewart, by J. Swan, morocco extra, g. t., uncut, Glasgow, J. Swan, 1840, 4to. (467)

Ridler, £3 185. 6479 Lemery (N.) Traité Universel des Drogues Simples, old

French morocco extra, g. e., with the arms of Louis XIV.

on the sides, Paris, 1698, 4to. (468) Denham, £3 145. 6480 Lhoyd (H.) The History of Cambria, now called Wales, a

part of the most famous · Yland of Brytaine, written in the Brytish Language above two hundreth yeare past, translated by H. Lhoyd, continued by David Powell, black letter, engraved title, mottled calf extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, 1584, 4to. (470)

Quaritch, £4 1os. 6481 Lisle (J.) Play upon Words, 39 coloured plates, half morocco,

g.e., McLean, 1828, oblong 4to. (472) Hornstein, £5 1os. 6482 Manning (O.) and W. Bray. History and Antiquities of the

County of Surrey, with facsimile Copy of Domesday, upwards of 100 plates, portraits, views, maps, etc., LARGE PAPER, 3 vol., extra illustrated and extended to 6 vol. by the addition of about 600 views, portraits, maps, etc., some very scarce, and 5 original drawings, morocco extra, joints,

5 g. e., with arms on sides, by Hering, 1804-14, folio (522)

Bell, £105 6483 Markham (G.) Markham's Master-Piece, containing all

Knowledge belonging to the Smith, Farrier, or Horse Leech, touching the Curing of all Diseases in Horses, engraved title, re-margined, tree calf gilt, r. e., 1668, 4to. (476)

Sotheran, £2 25. [This book was first published in 1610, 4to., under the title of “Maister-peece, or what doth a Horse-man lacke.” The British Museum Library contain no earlier edition than that of 1636, and that too is the earliest issue cata

logued by Lowndes.-ED.] 6484 Massinger (P.) The Picture, a Trage Comedie, first edition, half morocco, 1630, 4to. (478)

Pickering, £2 25. 6485 Massinger (P.) The Renegado, a Tragæ Comedie, first edition, half russia, 1630, 4to. (479)

Pickering, £2 6486 Massinger (P.) The Fatall Dowry, a Tragedy, first edition, calf gilt (top margin of title repaired), 1632, 4to. (480)

Pickering, £2 25. 6487 Massinger (P.) A New Way to Pay Old Debts, a Comedie,

first edition, half morocco (one leaf slightly defective), 1633, 4to. (482)

Pickering, 24 8s. 6488 Massinger (P.) The Great Duke of Florence, a Comicall Historie, first edition, half morocco, 1636, 4to. (483)

Sotheran, £i ios. 6489 Massinger (P.) The Unnaturall Combat, a Tragedie, first

edition, half morocco, 1639, 4to. (485) Sotheran, £2 Tos. 6490 Mathew's (C.) The London Mathews, containing all the

Entertainments of the inimitable Charles Mathews, folding coloured plates, original boards, uncut, n. d., 8vo. (543)

Walford, Li 155. 6491 Mathews (C.) Comic Annual for 1832, n. d.-—Invitations, 1826—The Actor's Regalia, or Theatrical Budget, n. d. – The Home Circuit, n. d.—The Theatrical Album, n. d. The London Mathews, 1821—Theatrical Olio, n. d.—The Theatrical Album, n.d., and others, coloured folding frontispiece by G. Cruikshank, etc., in i vol., half morocco extra, g. t., v. y., 8vo. (545)

Pickering, £1 16s. 6492 [Mathias (T. J.)] The Pursuits of Literature, a Satirical Poem,

divided into 2 vol., and illustrated by the insertion of about 198 portraits, many in proof state, old morocco extra, g. e.,

Pickering, £9 55. 6493 May (1.) , , .

The Old Couple, a Comedy, first edition, half morocco, g. t., 1658, 4to. (486) B. F. Stevens, £9 95. 6494 Meyrick (S.) A Critical Inquiry into Ancient Armour as it

existed in Europe, but particularly in England, from the Norman Conquest to the Reign of King Charles II., coloured plates and illuminated capitals, original issue, 3 vol., LARGE

PAPER, calf extra, m. e., 1824, folio (523) Rimell, £4 155: 6495 Mill (H.) A Night's Search, discovering the Nature and

Condition of Night-Walkers, with their Associates, digested into a Poem, engraved title, table in MS., R. Bishop for Laurence Blaiklock, 1640—The Second Part of the Night Search, discovering the Condition of the Various Fowles of Night, engraved title, wanted leaf, “The Mind of the Frontispiece," and some leaves cut into, H. Shepheard and W. Ley, 1646, 2 vol., sprinkled calf extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, 1640-6, 8vo. (549)

Pickering, £5 6496 Milton (J.) Animadversions upon the Remonstrants Defence

against Smectymnus, headlines cut into, 1641-A Modest Confutation of the Scurrilous Libell entitled Animadversions upon the Remonstrants Defense, 1642, both first editions, unbound, 4to. (489)

Maggs, £4 18s. 6497 Milton (John). Paradise Lost, a Poem in Ten Books, first edition, eight title pages, unbound, 1669, 4to. (685)

Robson, £7 55. 6498 Milton (J.) The History of Britain, that part especially now

called England, from the first traditional beginning, continu'd to the Norman Conquest, portrait by Faithorne, first edition, calf extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, 1670, 4to. (686)

Bell, £5 5s. 6499 Milton (J.). Poetical Works, edited by Sir E. Brydges, por

trait, and plates by J. M. W. Turner, 6 vol., original cloth,

uncut, Macrone, 1835, 8vo. (550) J. Bumpus, £i ios. 6500 Molière (J. P. de). Works, a new translation, portrait, 6 vol., mottled calf extra, m. e., Berwick, 1771, 8vo. (551)

Maggs, £1 16. 6501 Montesquieu (Baron de). (Euvres complètes, avec des notes

d'Helvétius sur l'Esprit des Lois, 12 vol., LARGE VELLUM PAPER, old morocco, g. e., Didot, 1795, 8vo. (552)

Lewine, £1 6s. 6502 Montholon (Count). History of the Captivity of Napoleon at

St. Helena, portraits, 4 vol., original cloth, uncut, Colburn, 1846-7, 8vo. (554)

Edwards, £i uis. 6503 Moore (J. C.) The Life of Lieutenant-General Sir John

Moore, K.B., 2 vol., morocco extra, gilt sides, inside borders, joints, silk linings, g. e., with the Royal Arms on sides, 1833, 8vo. (555)

Maggs, £1 155. [Presentation copy from the Author to the Duke of Cam

bridge, with autograph inscription.- Catalogue.) 6504 Moryson (Fynes). An Itinerary, containing his Ten Yeeres

Travell through the 12 Dominions of Germany, Switzerland, France, England, Scotland, Ireland, etc., woodcuts, calf extra, gilt back and sides, g. e., by F. Bedford, with the leaf facing title, often wanting, fine copy, 1617, folio (525)

Bell, £4 16s. 6505 Motley (J. L.) The Rise of the Dutch Republic, 3 vol., original cloth, uncut, 1856, 8vo. (558)

Quaritch, £4 6506 Muse of New-Market, or Mirth and Drollery, being three

Farces, acted before the King and Court at New-MarketThe Merry Milkmaid of Islington- Love Lost in the Dark - The Politick Whore, morocco extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, 1680, 4to. (695)

B. F. Stevens, £6 6507 Musée Français, ou Collection complète des Tableaux, Statues

et Bas-Reliefs, qui composent la Collection Nationale, avec l'explication des Sujets, etc., publiée par Robillard-Peronville et Laurent, 343 plates, proofs before letters, 4 vol., morocco extra, joints, g. e., from the Leaton Knolls Collection, 1803-9, folio (526)

Robson, £30 (This

copy was formerly in the possession of the celebrated Prince Talleyrand. It was purchased at his sale by Mr. A. P. Lloyd for the sum of £162 155., who had the book handsomely bound. For account of this copy see Dibdin's

Bibliographical Decameron," vol. iii., page 137.Cata

logue.] 6508 Newe Booke of Copies, containing divers sortes of sundry

hands, as the English and French Secretarie and Bastard Secretarie, Italian, Roman, Chancery and Court-hands, woodcut title and illustrations, mottled calf extra, g. e., by Rivière, 1591, oblong 8vo. (561)

Hazlitt, £ 13 ios. 6509 Niel (P. G. J.) Portraits des Personnages Français les plus

illustres du XVIe. Siècle, 48 plates, reproduced in facsimile of the original drawings, first issue, 2 vol., citron morocco

extra, g: e., Paris, Lenoir, 1848, folio (527) Sotheran, £6 6510 Oldisworth (A.) Arms of the Twelve Principal Companies of

the City of London, engraved title and 12 plates, by Savage, after Barlow, original vellum, William III.'s copy

with his arms on the sides, 1701, folio (528) Bell, £4 4s. 6511 [Orford (George, Earl of).] Hasty Moments, morocco extra,

g.e., by F. Bedford, Norwich, 1791, 4to. (697) Sabin, £7 155.

[Only 25 copies printed, and it is said that most of them were destroyed by order of the Hon. Mrs. Damer.

Catalogue.] 6512 Pergolesi (M. A.) Original Designs of Vases, Figures,

Medallions and other Ornaments, 54 plates only, no titlepage, old calf, 1777-85, folio (530)

Nattali, £7

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6524 Rea (J.) Flora, seu de Florum Cultura, or a complete Flor

lege, furnished with all requisites belonging to a Florist, plates, old calf, g. e., with the Aylesford ex-libris, 1676, folio (757)

Ellis, £1 12s. 6525 Ridinger (J. E.) Entwurf einiger Thiere, 72 plates only, no title or text, half bound (1738-40), folio (758)

Lewine, £2 16s. 6526 Roberts (David). Views in the Holy Land, Syria, Egypt,

( Nubia, etc., with Historical Descriptions by the Rev. Dr. Croly, plates and vignettes mounted and coloured in imitation of the original drawings, 3 vol., morocco extra, joints, g. e., 1842-9, folio (759)

Quaritch, 28 ios. 6527 Roberts (David). Egypt and Nubia, with Historical De

scriptions by W. Brockedon, plates and vignettes mounted and coloured in imitation of the original drawings, 3 vol., morocco extra, joints, g. e., 1846-9, folio (760)

Quaritch, £10 ios. 6528 Roberts (David). Life, compiled from his Journals and

other sources by James Ballantine, etchings and facsimiles of pen and ink sketches, extra illustrated, and extended to 4 vol. by the addition of about 170 proof engravings after his works, engraved by Adlard, Armytage, etc., 33 portraits of his friends and contemporaries, in proof states, and 17 autograph letters from Macready, W. Farren, Edmund Kean and others, mounted where necessary and bound in 4 vol., morocco super extra, g. e., by Rivière, with specially printed title pages, 1866, folio (761)

Jackson, 421 6529 Rowlandson (T.) Political and Humorous Works, comprising

upwards of 900 illustrations, caricatures, book illustrations, views, etc., mostly coloured, and fine impressions, and many in various states, also an original pencil portrait of Rowlandson, by Bannister, an autograph letter, signed, addressed to his “Friend Angelo," and 7 original drawings in water colours and sepia, all mounted on grey paper, and bound in 14 vol., half morocco extra, g. e., by Rivière, specially printed title pages, with vignette by George Cruikshank, folio (767)

Maggs, £200 6530 Rowlandson (T.) Twelfth Night Characters, 24 illustrations,

enclosed in a morocco case, n. d., 8vo. (604) Sabin, £7 6531 Ruskin (J.) The Stones of Venice, illustrations drawn by the

author, first edition, 3 vol., original cloth, g. t., 1851-3, imperial 8vo. (605)

J. Bumpus, £10 55. 6532 Ruskin (J.) Examples of the Architecture of Venice selected

and drawn to measurement from the Edifices, 15 plates, morocco extra, joints, g. t., uncut, original wrappers preserved, 1851, folio (768)

Robson, 110 6533 Schreiber (Lady Charlotte). Playing Cards of Various Ages

and Countries, upwards of 400 plates, 3 vol., half morocco, g. t., Murray, 1892, folio (769)

Rimell, £2 25. 6534 Scott (Sir W.) Poetical Works, plates after J. M. W. Turner, 12 vol., original cloth, uncut, Cadell, 1833-4, 8vo. (607)

Ellis, £i ros.

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