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lenger Gawler, Esq. for Criminal Conversation with Lady Valentia, 1799—The Trial of John Mc'Taggart, Esq. for Adultery with the Wife of Jesse Gregson, Esq., 1808, together 9 vol., half calf, 8vo. (664)

Pickering, £12 155. 6574 Valerian (J. P.) Commentaires Hieroglyphiques ou Images

des Choses. plus deux livres de Coelius Curio, mis en François par Gabriel Chappuys, woodcuts, 2 vol. in 1, original calf, gold tooled sides and back, g. e., with the Arms of James the VI. of Scotland on sides, à Lyon, 1576, folio (787)

Maggs, 46 6575 Vanbrugh (Sir J.) Plays, 2 vol., morocco extra, g. e., by Wright, 1719, 8vo. (669)

Sabin, £14 155. [With the autograph of Will. Shenstone, Nov. 28, 1731,

on the fly-leaf.Catalogue.] 6576 Voyage Pittoresque de Geneve à Milan par le Simplon,

numerous coloured plates, morocco extra, gilt borders, joints, g. e., 1811, folio (788)

Quaritch, £5 6577 Weïrotter (F. E.) Euvre, portrait and 215 plates, calf gilt, re-backed, à Paris chez Basan, n. d., folio (790)

Lewine, £3 18s. 6578 White (G. F.) Views in India, chiefly among the Himalaya

Mountains, with notes and descriptive illustrations, 30 plates, India proofs, 2 vol., morocco extra, g. e., 1837, folio (791)

Maggs, Zi 18s. 6579 White (H. K.) Clifton Grove, a Sketch in Verse, with other

Poems, first edition, morocco extra, g. t., uncut, by Rivière, the Author's autograph inserted, 1803, 8vo. (675)

Pickering, £2 25. 6580 Wilkinson (T.) Memoirs of his own Life, 4 vol., half morocco, g. t., York, 1790, 8vo. (677)

Walford, £2 125. 6581 Wilkinson (T.) The Wandering Patentee, or a History of

the Yorkshire Theatres from 1770 to the present time, 4 vol., half morocco, g. t., uncut, York, 1795, 8vo. (678)

Nattali, £365. 6582 Winstanley (W.) The Loyall Martyrology, or brief Cata

logues and Characters of the most Eminent Persons who suffered for their Conscience during the late times of Rebellion, frontispiece, folding plate and portraits, russia gilt, 1665, 8vo. (680)

Pickering, £4 6583 Wood (Anthony A.) Athena Oxoniensis, or an exact History

of all the Writers and Bishops who have had their education in the University of Oxford, to which are added the Fasti, or Annals of the said University, new edition by P. Bliss, LARGE PAPER, 25 copies printed, extra illustrated by the insertion of 127 portraits, chiefly proofs before letters, 5 vol., morocco extra, gold tooled sides and backs, joints, g.e., with the cancelled leaves in vol. ii. and iii., 1813, folio (792)

Walford, kui 6584 Yorke (J.) The Union of Honour, containing the Armes,

Matches and Issues of the Kings, Dukes, Marquesses and
Earles of England from the Conquest untill this present

Yeare 1640, engraved title and numerous coats of arms,

coloured, calf, r. e., 1640, folio (793) Pickering, £335. 6585 Zompini (G.) L'Asti che Vanno per Via nella Città di Venezia,

60 plates, coloured copy, only a limited number done, half morocco gilt, Venezia, 1785, folio (794) E. Parsons, £ i ios.

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[JUNE 25TH AND 26TH, 1900.]

SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE.

THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE MR. H. VIRTUE-TEBBS.

(No. of Lots, 507 ; amount realised, £ 1,468 25.)

6586 A kett (G. A.). The Comic History of Rome, coloured

plates and woodcuts by John Leech, first edition, original cloth, uncut, Bradbury and Evans, n. d., 8vo. (1)

Sotheran, £3 1os. 6587 Anderson (W.) The Pictorical Arts of Japan, with a brief

Historical Sketch of the Associated Arts and some Remarks upon the Pictorial Art of the Chinese and Koreans, numerous plates and woodcuts, half morocco, g. e., 1886, folio (212)

Maggs, £2 25. 6588 Appiano (A.) Tre Libri della Guerra Illirica, della Spagnuola,

etc., tradotti da L. Dolce, contemporary Florentine morocco, with the coat of arms and device of Pier Andrea Forzoni painted on the inside of the covers, Vinegia, 1559, 8vo. (3)

Purchase, £2 125. 6589 Arnold (Matthew). The Strayed Reveller and other Poems,

by A., first edition, morocco extra, g. t., uncut, Fellowes, 1849, 8vo. (7)

Tinkler, £2 ios. 6590 Arrianus. De Ascensu Alexandri (Gr.) cura Vict. Trincarelli

et cum praefat. J. B. Egnatii, first edition, morocco extra, g. e., by Capé, Venet. in aedibus B. Zanetti, 1535, 8vo. (12)

Young, £2 6591 Ascham (R.) The Scholemaster, black letter, first edition, half

morocco, last leaf with publisher's imprint cut round and

mounted, John Daye, 1570, 4to. (154). Bell, £4 45. 6592 Augustine (St.) The Citie of God, with the learned Com

ments of lo. Lod. Vides, Englished by J. H., original calf, with the arms of James I. on sides, title defective, 1610, folio (215)

Maggs, £3 35. 6593 Bacon (F.) Essays or Counsels Civil and Moral and Wisdom

of the Ancients, edited by B. Montagu, morocco_extra, doublé, exhibited at the Burlington Fine Arts Club Exhibition of Bookbindings, vellum fly-leaves, g. e., Pickering, n. d., 8vo. (15)

Maggs, £3 175. 6d. 6594 Beza. Maister Beza's Household Prayers for the Consolation and Perfection of a Christian Life, calf, sides inlaid, exhibited at the Burlington Fine Arts Club Exhibition of Bookbinding, gilt gauffred edges, 1607, 8vo. (19)

Hazlitt, £10 6595 Bible. The Bible, that is the Holy Scriptures conteined in

the Old and New Testament, translated according to the
Ebrew and Greeke (Genevan or Breeches 1608—The
Whole Booke of Psalmes collected into English Meetre by
Sternhold, Hopkins and others, in i vol., calf

, sides covered with gold tooling, with the arms of King James I. in centre, gilt gauffred edges, rebacked, exhibited at the Burlington Exhibition of Bookbinding, R. Barker, 1608, 4to. (158)

Young, £6 ios. 6596 Bible. The Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament and

the New, newly translated out of the Original Tongues, engraved title, Cambridge, 1663—The Book of Common Prayer, etc., ib., 1666, in i vol., old English morocco, sides covered with gold tooling, “Cottage Roof” pattern, g. e., corners repaired, rebacked, exhibited at the Burlington Exhibition of Bookbindings, 1663-6, 4to. (159)

Pickering, £3 tos. 6597 Blake (W.). Illustrations of the Book of Job, 21 plates, India

proofs, original boards, uncut, 1826, folio (225) Bain, £12 6598 Boccaccio (G.) Il Decamerone, portrait inserted, divided

into 2 vol., with MS. title-page for vol. ii., French calf gilt, r. e., In Amsterdamo à la Sphère, 1665, 8vo. (23) Maggs, £2

[This copy formerly belonged to Madame de Pompadour, and bore her arms on the sides. It also belonged to President Crozat, and had “Ex Bibliotheca D. Crozat"

written on the back of the title-page.-Catalogue.] 6599 Book of Common Prayer, according to the Use of the Church

of England, from Edward VI. (1549) to Victoria (1844), printed in red and black, 7 vol., vellum, uncut, Pickering, 1844, folio (226)

Bull, £8 15s. 6600 Bouchot (H.) Les Reliures d’Art à la Bibliothèque Nationale,

80 plates of bindings, Japanese paper (100 copies printed), morocco extra, g. t., uncut, by Zaehnsdorf, 1888, imperial 8vo. (164)

Sotheran, £3 6601 Bridges (R.) Prometheus the Firegiver, 100 copies privately

printed, author's autograph on Ay-leaf, half vellum, uncut,

Oxford, Daniel Press, 1883, 4to. (165) Maggs, £,2 8s. 6602 Bridges (R.) The Growth of Love, half vellum, uncut, 100

copies privately printed, Oxford, Daniel Press, 1890, 4to. (166)

Tregaskis, £1 75. 6603 Browning (R.) Bells and Pomegranates, 8 parts complete in I vol., original cloth, uncut, Moxon, 1841-6, 8vo. (34)

Hornstein, £4 175. 6d.

Burlington Fine Arts Club Publications.

6604 Illustrated Catalogue of Specimens of Persian Art, 32 plates,

and 3 additional plates, mostly mounted on thin cardboard,

1885–Wallis (H.) Notes on some Early Lustre Vases, illustrations, Quaritch, 1885, in i vol., half morocco extra, g. e., folio (228)

Harding, £6 6605 Illustrated Catalogue of Specimens of Persian Art, 32 plates, printed on thin paper, half bound, 1885, folio (229)

Pentland, £4 ios. 6606 Exhibition of Miniature Portraits. Illustrated Catalogue, 37

plates, original cloth, 1889, folio (230) Sotheran, £29 1os. 6607 Exhibition of Bookbindings. Illustrated Catalogue, 114 fac

similes of bindings, with 3 additional plates inserted, pigskin extra, gilt lines on sides, gilt backs, joints, g. e., the original cloth cover forming an outer case, 1891, folio (231)

Bain, £12 6608 Exhibition of Pictures of the Masters of the Netherlandish

and Allied Schools of XV. and Early XVI. Centuries, 29

plates, original cloth, 1892, folio (232) Maggs, £3 5s. 6609 Illustrated Catalogue of a Collection of European Enamels

from the earliest date to the end of the XVII. Century, 72

plates, original cloth, 1892, folio (233) Sabin, £9 5s. 6610 Illustrated Catalogue of Pictures by Masters of the Milanese

and Allied Schools of Lombardy, 27 plates, original cloth, 1899, folio (235)

£4

6611 Burney (R.) King Charles the Second His Most Sacred

Majestie presented to the Right Honourable Houses of
Parliament as the Strength, Honour and Peace of the
Nations, etc., old morocco, with royal arms on sides, no
portrait (1660), 4to. (167)

Tregaskis, £i 18s. 6612 Byron (Lord). Poetical Works, portrait, 6 vol., morocco extra, g. e., by Holloway, Murray, 1855, 8vo. (42)

Sotheran, £4 6613 Carroll (Lewis). Through the Looking-Glass, and what Alice

found there, illustrations by John Tenniel, first edition,

original cloth, g.e., 1872, 8vo. (45) Sotheran, £2 6s. 6614 Cole (A. C.) Studies in Microscopical Science, coloured and

other plates, 3 vol., half morocco, g. t., uncut, 1883-6, 8vo. (51)

Sotheran, £2 45. 6615 Coleridge (Hartley). Poems, first edition, vol. i., all published, morocco extra, g. t., uncut, Leeds, 1833, 8vo. (52)

Sabin, £6 155. (A presentation copy, with an inscription in Hartley Coleridge's handwriting to his father (S. T. Coleridge) on the fly-leaf, “To S. Ť. Coleridge, wishing the present more worthy of the receiver and more accordant with his some time hopes of the giver. HARTLEY COLERIDGE.”

Catalogue.] 6616 Coleridge (S. T.) Poems on Various Subjects, first edition, morocco extra, g. t., uncut, 1796, 8vo. (54)

Pickering, £6 125. 6d. 6617 Coleridge (S. T.) Poetical Works, 3 vol., morocco extra, g.e.,

by F. Bedford, Pickering, 1840, 8vo. (57) Maggs, 42 XIV.

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6618 Columna (Fr. de). Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, ubi humana

omnia non nisi somnium esse docet, numerous woodcuts from designs attributed to Giovanno Bellini (the Priapus unmutilated), first edition, morocco, gilt gauffred edges, the margins of some leaves repaired, a few wormholes, Venet., Aldus, 1499, folio (242)

Tinkler, 422 6619 Cowper (W.) Poems, 2 vo old red morocco, gold tooled

sides and backs, g. e., with paintings on the fore edges, by Edwards, of Halifax, exhibited at the Burlington Fine Arts Club Exhibition of Bookbindings, 1810, 8vo. (59)

Maggs, £6 6s. 6620 Crane (W.) Of the Decorative Illustration of Books, Old

and New, numerous illustrations, Japanese vellum, 130

copies printed, uncut, 1896, 8vo. (62) Sotheran, £2 25. 6621 Curtius (Dr. E.) History of Greece, translated by A. W.

Ward, 5 vol., uncut, 1868, 8vo. (65) Dower, £8 55. 6622 Dickens (C.) Christmas Books. A Christmas Carol in Prose,

1843—The Chimes, a Goblin Story, 1845—The Battle of Life, a Love Story, 1846—— The Cricket on the Hearth, 1846 -The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain, 1848, illustrations by Leech, Tenniel, Maclise, etc., 5 vol., first editions, morocco extra, g. e., 8vo. (74)

W. Flower, £5 ios. 6623 Doyle (F. H.) The Return of the Guards, and other Poems,

vellum extra, illuminated design on cover, g. t., uncut, 1883, 8vo. (80)

Maggs, £2 5s. 6624 Duruy (V.) History of Rome and the Roman People from

its Origin to the Establishment of the Christian Empire, maps, coloured plates and woodcuts, 6 vol., half morocco

extra, g. e., 1883-6, imperial 8vo. (181) Edwards, £7 25. 6d. 6625 Elyot (Sir T.) The Boke named the Gouernor, edited from

the first edition of 1531, by H. H. S. Croft, portraits, 2 vol., morocco extra, blind tooled centre-piece on sides, g. t., uncut, by Ramage, 1880, 4to. (182)

Young, £2 8s. 6626 Froissart (Sir J.) Chronicles of England, France, Spain,

Portugal, Scotland, Brittany, Flanders and the adjoining
Countries, translated by John Bourchier, Lord Berners, 2
vol., morocco extra, g. e., by R. Rivière, exhibited at the
Burlington Exhibition of Bindings, 1812, 4to. (183)

Sotheran, £10 55. 6627 Gerarde (John). The Herball, or General Historie of Plantes,

engraved title (backed) and numerous woodcuts, original

calf re-backed, Norton, 1597, folio (253) Pearson, £10 155. 6628 Germ (The). Art and Poetry, being Thoughts towards

Nature, etchings by Holman Hunt, Collinson, W. H. Deverell, etc., parts 1 to 4 (all published), in 1 vol., half bound, with the original wrappers, 1850, 8vo. (94)

Denham, £27 [An interesting autograph letter from G. S. F. Tupper,

who financed the publication, inserted. —Catalogue.] 6629 Giotto. Arena Chapel, Padua, a Series of Wood Engravings

from the Frescoes, illustrating the Lives of the Virgin and Our Saviour, accompanied by an explanatory Notice by

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