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r (William). — Continued. 1629 — PoEticAL Works. Portrait (spotted). London, William Pickering, 1853. 2 vols. 8vo, morocco, gilt edges. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (221) $5.oo 1630 — Works, LARGE PAPER, comprising: Poems, [edited by J. Newton], 8 engravings on copper, proof impressions, by Neagle, Warren, etc., after #. ão (one foxed), 2 vols., 1807; The Iliadard Odyssey of Homer, translated into English blank verse by William Cowper, second edition, 4 vols., 1802. London, v. d. Together 6 vols. royal 8vo, russia extra. Bangs', Oct. 9, 1895. (178) $6.75 1631 — WoRKs, comprising his Poems, Correspondence, and Translation. . With a Life of the author by Robert Southey. Portrait and frontispieces. London, 1836. 15 vols. foolscap 8vo, cloth, uncut. Libbie's, Jan. 29, 1896. (238) $4.5o 1632 Cox (Sir George W.). THE MYTHology of the ARYAN NAtions. London, 1870. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth. Bangs', Jan. 30, 1896. (150) $4.25 1633 Coxe (Daniel). Description of the ENGlish Province of CARolana, by the Spaniards called Florida and the French La Louisiane, as also of the great and famous river Mechacebe or Missisipi, the Five vast navigable lakes of Fresh water and the Parts Adjacent. London, 1722. Small 8vo, half morocco. Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (386) $7.oo 1634 Coxe (Peter). The Social DAY : a Poem. Engraved portrait and 32 steel engravings. London, 1823. Royal 8vo, levant morocco, gilt tops, uncut. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (222) $9.oo 1635 Crabbe o PoeticAL Works. Portrait and engravings. London, 1823. 8 vols. foolscap 8vo, straight-grained morocco extra, gilt edges. Bangs', Oct. 7, 1895. (139) $4.oo 1636 – THE SAME. 8 vols. foolscap 8vo, half morocco, gilt tops. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (223) $5.20 1637 Cranmer (Archbishop T.). ANswer UNto A CRAFTIE AND sophistiCALL CAvillation, devised by Bp. Gardiner against the Sacrament, 2 full-page woodcuts of The Burning of Cranmer and the Plucking Him Downe from the Stage. London, J. Daye, 1580. Small 4to, half sprinkled calf. Title mounted and some leaves stained. Bangs', Oct. 7, 1895. (141) $5.5o 1638 Crashaw (Richard). Steps to THE TEMPLE: Sacred Poems, with other Delights of the Muses. First edition. London, printed by T. W. for Humphrey Moseley, and are to be sold at his shop at the Princes Armes in St. Paul's Churchyard, 1646. 12mo, calf. Bangs', Feb. 3, 1896. (208) $30.oo Previous records: Bangs’, 1895, original calf, $55.oo; Sotheby's, 1892, 4.9—15–0. No other record of sales since 1887 in “Book-Prices Current.” 1639 Creighton (M.). A History of the PAPAcy during the Period of the Reformation. Boston, 1882–87. 4 vols. 8vo, cloth. Bangs', Dec. 10, 1895. (142) $6.50 1640 Criminal Recorder (The); or, Biographical Sketches of Notorious Public Characters, including Murderers, Traitors, Pirates, Defrauders, Highwaymen, Pickpockets, and others who have suf. fered for criminal offences, etc. Numerous portraits and engravings. London, 1804–11. 4 vols. 18mo, half calf.

1641 Critic (The) and Good Literature. January to June, 1884, and January, 1886, to June . (except January to June 1887). New York, 1884–93. Together 15 vols. 4to, cloth. Bangs’, Sept. 30, 1895. (933) $12.co 1642 Cromek (R. H.). SELECT Scottish SoNos. With Critical Observations and biographical notices by Robert Burns. INDIA PAPER. Vignettes. London, Cadell, 1810. 2 vols. in 1, crown 8vo, half morocco, gilt tops, uncut. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (224) $4.50 1643 Cromwell (Oliver). MEMoirs of the PRotector, Oliver Cromwell, and of his Sons, illustrated from Original Letters and other Family Papers. 6 portraits on copper (foxed). London, 1822. 2 vols. 8vo, calf. Bangs', Jan. 30, 1896. (157) $4.oo 1644 Crosby (Sylvester S.). EARLY Coins of AMERICA. Plates. Boston, 1875, 4to, half morocco, uncut. Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (392) $5.5o 1645 Cross (J. W.). LIFE of GeoRGE Eliot, as related in her Letters and Journals. 3 portraits. Edinburgh, 1885. 3 vols. crown 8vo, half morocco extra, gilt tops, uncut, by De Čovéo. Bangs’, May 25, 1896. (298) $6.oo 1646 Croston (J.). County FAMILIEs of LANCAshire AND CHESHIRE. Portrait and illustrations on wood. Manchester, 1887. 8vo, cloth. Bangs', Dec. 4, 1895. (225) $3.13 1647 Crowe (J. A.) and Cavalcaselle (G. B.). A History of PAINTING IN ITALY. 3 vols. London, 1864. [Also] A History of Painting in North Italy, 2 vols. London, 1871. Illustrations. Together 5 vols. 8vo, half calf, marbled edges. Bangs', Dec. 10, 1895. (145) $62.50 1648 — Works, comprising: Early Flemish Painters, their Lives and Works, Second edition, 1872; History of Painting in North Italy, Fourteenth to Sixteenth Century, 2 vols., 1871; New History of Painting in Italy, Second to Sixteenth Century, 3 vols., 186466; Raphael, his Life and Works, 2 vols., 1882–85; Titian, his Life and Times, 2 vols., 1877. London, John Murray, 1864–85. Together io vols. 8vo, polished calf extra, gilt edges. Bangs', Feb. 6, #. (154 a) $170.oo 1649 Cruikshank. THE CoMic ALMANAck, complete, from the beginning in 1835 to 1853. First editions. Numerous engravings, some colored, by George Cruikshank. London, 1835–53. 19 parts in 6 vols. crown 8vo, half morocco extra, gilt tops, with original covers bound in. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (226) $52.5o 1650 — THE SAME. 19 vols. in 9 vols. crown 8vo, half levant morocco extra, gilt tops, uncut, by Tout. With the original covers bound in

six volumes of the set. Libbie's, March 25, 1896. (271) $60.75 1651 — The CoMic ALMANAck, 1835 to 1853. With numerous illustrations. London, J. C. Hotten, n.d. 2 vols, crown 8vo, old calf. Bangs', April 15, 1896. (114) $5.oo 1652 — SUNDAY IN LoNDoN. Illustrated in 14 cuts, by George Cruikshank, and a few words by a friend of his. With a copy of Sir Andrew Agnew's bill. First edition. London, 1833. Small 8vo, calf, gilt top, uncut. Libbie's, Jan. 2, 1896. (331) $6.oo GeoRGE CRuikshank's TABLE Book. Edited by G. A. A'Becket. First edition. 12 full-page steel engravings and numerous woodcuts. London, Punch Office, 1845. Royal 8vo,

1653

Cruikshank. — Continued.

1654 – THE SAME. Royal 8vo, o calf extra, gilt edges, by Tout. Libbie's, March 25, 1896. (273) $22.50 1655 — THE UNIversal SoNGSTER: A Museum of Mirth. First

edition. London, 1828. 3 vols. 8vo, half calf, yellow edges. Henkels', March 7, 1896. o $6.oo 1656 Cruikshankiana, being a Collection of the most celebrated works of George Cruikshank. London, Reeves & Turner, n. d. Folio, boards. Bangs’, April 15, 1896. (112) $4.5o 1657 Cuitt (George). WANDERINGs AND PENCILLINGs AMongst RUINs of THE OLDEN TIME. 73 etchings. London, n.d. Royal folio, half morocco extra, gilt edges. Henkels', April 21, 1896. (232) $7.oo 1658 Cuming (F.). Sketches of A Tour to THE WESTERN Country, • through the States of Ohio and Kentucky. A voyage down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, and a trip through the Mississippi territory and part ow. Florida. Commenced at Philadelphia in the Winter of 1807 and concluded in 1809. Pittsburgh, 1810. 12mo, sheep. Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (395) $3.50 1659 – THE SAME, 12mo, calf. Bangs', Dec. 9, 1895. (72) $3.75 1660 Cundall Joseph. ON Bookbindings, Ancient AND MoDERN. Plates. London, 1881. 4to, bevelled cloth, gilt top. Bangs', March 11, 1896. (91) $3.oo 1661 Cunningham (Peter). THE Story of NEll Gwyn, and the sayings of Charles the Second. First edition. ... London, 1852. 1 vol. in 2, crown 8vo, levant morocco extra, gilt tops, doublé, by Pratt. Upwards of 150 fine plates inserted. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (430) $165.oo

1662 THE SAME. Crown 8vo, cloth. Bangs', Feb. 3, 1896. (216) $5.50 1663 — THE same. Crown 8vo, morocco extra. Libbie's, March 18, 1896. (25) $4.5o 1664 — The same. Crown 8vo, cloth. Bangs’, March 30, 1896. (109) $5.25 1665 — THE same. Crown 8vo, morocco.

Bangs’, May 18, 1896. (22) $5.25 1666 Cupid (The).. A Collection of Love Songs. Plates. London, 1736. 12mo, original calf. Bangs', Feb. 3, 1896. (217) $5.50 1667 — THE CUPID. A Collection of Love Songs. Derby, 1891. Small 8vo, morocco extra, uncut. Bangs', Feb. 3, 1896. (218) $5.13 1668 Cupid's Garland set round with Gilded Roses, containing many pleasant Songs and Sonnets, newly written. Cut of wreath and children on title. London, 1674. 12mo, calf, gilt edges. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (380) $100,oo Probably unique. George Daniel's copy, with his autograph. Sold in the Utterson sale in 1852 for £5, and in the Daniel sale in 1864 for £9. 1669 Cupples (George). Scotch DEER-Hounds AND THEIR MAsters. With a Biographical Sketch of the Author by J. Hutchinson Sterling. Portrait and 3 plates. London, 1894. Small 4to, cloth. 156 printed. Libbie's, March 18, 1896. (209) $4.oo 1670 Curio (The). An illustrated Magazine, devoted to Rare Books, Book-Plates, Heraldry, etc. Vol. 1 (all published). New York, 1887–88. 4to, half morocco.

1671 [Currie (William)]. A SERMon preached IN RADNor Church, Thursday, the 7th of January, 1747. Being the Day appointed by the President and Council of the Province of Pennsylvania, to be observed as a General Fast. By a Presbyter of the Church of England. Philadelphia, Benjamin Franklin and David Hall, 1748. 8vo, uncut. Somewhat water-stained, and upper corner of titlepage slightly defective. Henkels', Oct. 29, 1895. (408) $12.oo

1672 A TREAtise oN THE LAwful NEss of DEFENSIVE WAR. In two Parts. Philadelphia, B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1748. 8vo. A fine clean copy. Henkels', Oct. 29, 1895. (397) $12.oo

1673 Curtis (B. R.). UNITED STATEs Circuit Court Reports. First Circuit, 1851 to 1856. Boston, 1854–57. 2 vols. 8vo, sheep. Libbie's, Sept. 25, 1895. (1145) $3.50

1674 Curtis (G.T.). Life of DANIEL WebstER. Portraits. New York, 1870. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth. Libbie's, March 5, 1896. (1325) $4.5o

1675 Curtis (George William). ORAtions AND ADDREsses. Edited by Charles Eliot Norton. New York, 1894. 3 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Libbie's, Oct. 17, 1895. (274) $3.75 1676– THE SAME. 3 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Bangs’, May 7, 1896. (187) $4.88 — WASHINGTON IRVING. See Grolier Club. 1677 Curtis (Samuel). Curtis' BotANicAL MAGAzine, .# the plants of the Royal Gardens at Kew and other botanical establish

ments in Great Britain. From January, 1867, to February, 1872. Numerous colored plates. London, 1867–72. 62 parts, 8vo,

paper, uncut. Libbie's, Jan. 29, 1896. (250) $4.34 1678 Curtius (Ernst). History of GREEcE. New York, 1871. 5 vols. 12mo, cloth. Libbie's, June 25, 1896. (236) $5.62

1679 Curzon (George N.). Persia AND THE PERSIAN Question. Illus. trated. London, 1892. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth. Bangs', Nov. 6, 1895. (328) $4.oo

1680 Cushing (William). ANoNYMs: a Dictionary of Revealed Author

ship. Cambridge, 1891. 4 vols. 8vo, paper, uncut.
Bangs', Feb. 27, 1896. (60) $6.50

1681 — INITIALs AND PseudoNYMs. First and second series. New York, 1885–88. 2 vols. 8vo, half morocco, marbled edges. Bangs', Feb. 6, 1896. (163) $7.oo

1682 THE same. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth. Bangs', March 11, 1896. (95) $4.5o

1683 Cutler (Daniel B.). History of JAFFREy, N. H. from the date of the Masonian Charter to the present time, 1749 to 1880. With a genealogical register of the {j families. Portraits and illustrations. Concord, 1881. Royal 8vo, cloth, uncut. Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (812) $3.12

1684 Cutler (Fanny T.). My Conscience. Fanny Timble Cutler's Journal of a Residence in America, whilst Performing a Profitable Theatrical Engagement, beating the Nonsensical Fanny Kemble Journal all Hollow !!! Frontispiece. Philadelphia, Published to purchase for the authoress a wedding gown, being about to honor Pierce Cutler, Esq., with her i. in wedlock, n.d. 12mo, in the original wrapper, uncut. Two portraits and

1685 Cutler (J.). Topographical DEscRIPTION of THE STATE of OHIo, Indiana Territory and Louisiana. To which is added an interesting Journal of Mr. Chas. La Raye, while a captive with the Sioux nation on the waters of the Missouri River. Boston, 1812. 12mo, sheep. 5 plates and a portrait inserted. Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (399) $7.oo 1686 Cyclopaedia of Music and Musicians. Edited by John Denison Champlin, Jr., and William F. Apthorp. More than 10oo illustrations. New York, 1889–91. 3 vols. imperial 8vo, cloth. Libbie's, March 18, 1896. (246) $45.oo 1687 — THE SAME. 3 vols. imperial 8vo, cloth. Bangs’, May 8, 1896. (168) $38.25 1688 Cyclopaedia of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Illustrations. ew York, 1887. 12 vols. 8vo, cloth. Libbie's, Feb. 11, 1896. (651) $6.60 1689 Cyclopaedia of Painters and Painting. Edited by John Denison Champlin, Jr., and Charles C. Perkins. More than 2000 illustrations. New York, 1887. 4 vols. imperial 8vo, half morocco. Bangs’, March 12, 1896. (51) $19.oo

1690 — THE same. 4 vols. imperial 8vo, half morocco. Libbie's, March 18, 1896. (247) $19.oo 1691 — THE SAME. 4 vols. imperial 8vo, half morocco.

Bangs’, May 8, 1896. (169), $15.oo 1692 D'Agincourt (S.) History of Art by its Monuments, from its Decline in the IVth Century to its Restoration in the XVIth. Translated by Owen Jones. 328 plates. London, 1847. 3 vols. in 1, folio, boards. Bangs', Nov. 29, 1895. (136) $5.oo 1693 Dalton (John). History of IRELAND, from the earliest period, to the year 1245. Illustrations. Dublin, 1845. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Libbie's, March 5, 1896. (333) $5.oo 1694 Daly (Augustin). WoffingtoN, a Tribute to the Actress and the Woman. LARGE PAPER (150 printed). 16 photogravure portraits. New York, printed for the author, 1888. 4to, cloth, uncut. Libbie's, Oct. 17, 1895. (280) $7.oo 1695 Dalyell (Sir John). Powers of the CREAtoR displayed IN THE CREATION. Portrait and numerous colored plates. London, 1858. 3 vols. 4to, half morocco. Libbie's, Feb. 11, 1896. (240) $4.87 1696 [Dana (R. H.)]. - THE IDLE MAN. Nos. 1 to 4. First editions. New York, 1821–22. 4 parts in 1 vol. 8vo, half bound. Bangs', Feb. 3, 1896. (276) $3.13 1697 Dane (Nathan). GENERAL ABRIDGEMENT AND Digest of AMERICAN LAw. With occasional notes and references. Boston, 1823. 8 vols. 8vo, sheep. Libbie's, Jan. 29, 1896. (1148) $5.60 1698 Daniel (George). CATALOGUE of the Library of. London, 1864. 8vo, cloth. With the prices and names of buyers in ink. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. § $3.00 1699 — THE SAME. 8vo, half calf. With the prices and names of buyers in ink. Bangs’, March 12, 1896. (43) $4.oo 17oo Daniel (Samuel). CERTAINE SMALL PoEMEs LATELY PRINTED. With the Tragedie of Philotas. Third collected edition. London, G. Eld, 1605. Small 8vo, morocco, gilt edges. Copies of “A Panegyrike Congratulatorie” 1603, and “A Defence of Rhyme". 1603, being the second editions of both pieces, bound up at end. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (235). $26.oo Previous records: Sotheby's, 1890, morocco extra, 49-15—o;

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