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Daniel (Samuel). — Continued. 1701 — CERTAINE SMALL WORKES HERETOFORE DIVULGED. By

Samuel Daniel, one of the Groomes of the Queens Majestie's
Privie Chamber. Fourth collected edition. London, 1607.
Small 8vo, crushed levant morocco, gilt edges, by Bedford.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (236) $130.00 Said by Lowndes to be unique. 1702 — CERTAINE SMALL WORKS HERETOFORE DIVULGED. By

Samuel Daniell, one of the Groomes of the Queen's Majestie's most Honorable Privie Chamber. London, 1611. 12mo, old straight-grained morocco, tooled inside covers, gilt edges, Roger Payne style, by Rodwell, with ticket. With a portrait inserted.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (238) $42.00 Previous records : Sotheby's, 1894, morocco extra, £2-14-0;

Sotheby's, 1892, morocco extra, cut into at side, £2-12--0. 1703 — THE FIRST FowRE BOOKES OF THE CIVILE WARS between

the two Houses of Lancaster and Yorke. Second issue. Woodcut border around title having four figures in compart. ments, etc. London, 1595. Small 4to, crushed levant morocco extra, gilt edges, by Rivière.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (231) $50.00 1704 - The Civile WARS BETWEEN THE HOWSES OF LANCASTER

AND YORKE, corrected and continued. First complete edition.
Engraved title-page, containing portrait by Thomas Cockson.
London, S. Waitersonne, 1609. Small 4to, old straight-grained
morocco, gilt edges. A good copy.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (237) $57.00
Previous records : Sotheby's, 1891, calf extra, £7-0-0 ;

Sotheby's, 1888, morocco extra, £10-10-0. 1705

- MUSOPHILUS: containing a generall defence of Learning.
First edition. London, 1599. [Also] A Letter from Octavia to
Marcus Antonius. First edition. London, 1599. 2 pieces in
I vol. small 4to, calf. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (232) $22.00

A similar copy, perhaps this one, sold at Sotheby's in 1891 for

£1-4-0. 1706 - A PANEGYRIKE CONGRATULATORIE delivered to the King's

most excellent Majestie at Barleigh Harrington, in Rutlandshire ; also Certain Epistles, with a Defence of Ryme. First edition. London, Edward Blount, 1603. Small 8vo, crushed levant morocco, Jansen style, with doublé of green morocco, tooled, gilt edges. A fine copy. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (234) $55.00

Previous records : Sotheby's, 1892, morocco extra, title mended, £8-10-0; another, cut into at side, £4-10-0; Sotheby's, 1888, morocco extra, £10-15-0. -The WORKS OF SAMUEL DANIEL, newly augmented. Engraved border to title. London, S. Watterson, 1601. Small folio, russia, gilt edges. With the cancel slip, but having the title in facsimile.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (233) $88.00 A perfect copy described as large paper sold at Sotheby's in

1888 for £28-10-0. 1708 — THE WHOLE WORKS OF SAMUEL DANIEL IN POETRIE.

London, N. Okes, 1623. 4to, crushed levant morocco extra, rough gilt edges, by Rivière. Two stamps on title.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (239) $60.00 Previous records : Sotheby's, 1890, calf extra, £4-10-0; another, old calf, £3-10-0; another, morocco extra, £4-18-0;

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1709 Daniel (W.B.). RURAL Sports. With the Supplementary Volume. Engravings by John Scott, and portrait. London, so 3 vols. 4to, half calf. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (240) $12.75 1710 Daniell (E. R.). Pleading AND PRActice of the High Court of CHANCERY. Fifth American edition. By W. F. Cooper. Boston, 1879. 3 vols. 8vo, sheep. Libbie's, Sept. 25, 1895. (1146) $3.75 1711 Dante. LA Divina CoMMEDIA. Corretta, spiegata e difesa dal P. B. Lombard, nel 1791. Portrait by Testa and 3 plates. Roma, 1815–17. 4 vols. 4to, cloth uncut. Upwards of 3oo portraits and engravings on copper inserted. Bangs', Dec. 4, 1895. (457) ; 1712 — THE CoMEDY of DANTE ALIGHIERI. Part I., The Hell. Translated by W. M. Rossetti. London, 1865. 12mo, cloth. Bangs’, March 2, 1896. (262), $3.5o 1713 — THE Divine CoMedy. Translated by H. W. Longfellow. First edition. Boston, 1867. 3 vols. 8vo, cloth, gilt tops, uncut.

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Libbie's, June 25, 1896. (241) $4.5o 1716 D'Arbly (Madame). DIARY AND LETTERs. Portraits and facsimiles. London, Colburn, 1842. 7 vols. post 8vo, cloth, uncut. Henkels’, March 7, 1896. (59) $10.5o

1717 — DIARY AND LETTERs. Portraits. London, 1892. 4 vols. 8vo, cloth. Henkels', Feb. 20, 1896. (63) $3.40 1718 — DiARY AND LETTERs. Edited by her Niece, Charlotte Bar

rett. Portrait. London, 1893. 4 vols. 8vo, cloth. Henkels', Oct. 16, 1895. (153) $3.20 1719 — THE SAME. 4 vols. 8vo, cloth. Henkels', Nov. 21, 1895. (248) $3.20 1720 Darby (William). GeoGRAPHICAL Description of THE STATE of Louisian A. With Account of the Manners and Character of the Inhabitants. Philadelphia, 1816. Small 8vo, half morocco, gilt tops. Bangs’, May 19, 1896. (547) $3.75 1721 — GeoGRAPHICAL DEscRIPTION of THE STATE of LouisianA, the Southern State of Mississippi and Territory of Alabama. 3 maps. New York, 1817. 8vo, half calf. Bangs', Oct. 7, 1895. (12) $3.00 1722 Darlington (William), FLORACEstrica. An Attempt to Enumerate and Describe the Flowering and Filicoid Plants of Chester County, Pa. Map. West-Chester, 1837. 12mo, sheep. Henkels', Dec. 10, 1895. (277) $3.50 1723 — MEMORIALs of John BARTRAM AND HUMPHREY MARshALL. With Notices of their Botanical Contemporaries. Illustrations. Philadelphia, 1849. 8vo, cloth. With 13 photographs of the Bartram and Marshall residences, etc., laid in. Henkels', Dec. 10, 1895. (150) $3.25 1724 Dart (John). WestMonasterium; or, the History and Antiquities of the Abbey Church of St. Peter's, Westminster. Copper plates. London, 1742. 2 vols., in 1, folio, morocco, gilt edges. Libbie's, Feb. 11, 1896. (244) $6.50 1725 Dartien (F. de). ETUDE sur L’Architecture LoMBARDE, et sur les origines de l'Architecture Romano-Byzantine. Ioo plates. Paris, 1865–78. Together 2 vols. 4to, paper, and folio, in portfolio. Libbie's, April 15, 1896. (223) $8.oo 8

1726 Dartmouth (The). Vols. I to 5 (Nos. 5 and 6 of Vol. 1 missing). Hanover, 1839-44. 5 vols. 8vo, in parts, uncut. Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (418) $6.25 1727 Daryl (Philippe). LE YAcHt: Histoire de la Navigation maritime de plaisance. JAPAN PAPER. Plates and vignettes, and an original water-color by G. Bourgain. Paris, [1892]. Folio, sewed. Only 1o copies issued with the water-color. Bangs', Nov. 29, 1895. (138) $7.25 1728 Daschkaw (Princess). MEMoirs; written by Herself. With Letters of the Empress, etc. Translated by Mrs. W. Bradford. Portraits and facsimiles. London, 1840. 2 vols. 8vo, half calf. Bangs’, May 25, 1896. (275) $5.25 1729 D'Aubigné (J. H. M.). Works, comprising: History of the Great Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, London, 1828, 5 vols.; History of the Reformation in the time of Calvin, London, 1863, 5 vols. Together Io vols. 8vo, half calf. Bangs', Nov. 25, 1895. (250) $11.25 1730 Daudet (Alphonse). FROMoNT JEUNE Et Risler AINé. Paris, 1883. 2 vols. crown 8vo, paper. Bangs', Nov. 25, 1895. (251) $6.50 1731 Daunce (E.). A BRIEF Discourse of the SPANish STATE. With a Dialogue intituled Philobasilis. London, Richard Field, 1590. Small 4to, morocco, gilt edges. Title soiled. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (241) $16.oo 1732 D'Avenant (William). THE PLAtonick Lovers: a Tragaecomedy:. . Presented at the Private House in the Black-Fryers. First edition. London, 1636. Small 4to, sprinkled calf, by Tout. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (242) $9.5o

1733 THE WITTs : a Comedie. Presented at the Private-House in Blacke Fryers. First edition. London, 1836. Small 4to, sprinkled calf, gilt edges, by Tout. A fine copy, containing leaf with imprimatur. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (243) $10.oo 1734 – Works, consisting of those formerly printed and those which

he designed for the Press. Now published out of the Author's Original Copies. First edition. Portrait by Faithorne. London, 1672–73. Folio, panelled calf extra, gilt edges. Bangs', Dec. o 1895. (166) $7.oo 1735 — THE SAME. Folio, old calf. - Bangs’, March 2, 1896. (264) $10.20 1736 [Davenport (John)]. ANother Essay for INvestigation of THE TRUTH. In Answer to Two Questions concerning 1, The Subject of Baptism; 2, The Consociation of Churches. Cambridge, printed by Samuel Green and Marmaduke Johnson, 1663. Small 4to, levant morocco extra, richly gilt back, side and inside borders, by Bedford. Two portraits inserted, and “John Cotton his booke given him by his Brother, Mr. Increase Mather,” at the foot of the title. Bangs', Feb. 20, 1896. (122) $76.oo From the Brinley collection, where it sold for $70.o.o. Another copy, with the title in facsimile, sold in the second part of the Brinley sale for $77.50, and another, perfect but stained, in the fifth part for $25.00. 1737 – THE CHRISTIAN's DAILY WAlke IN Holy SecuRITIE AND PEACE. [With Epistle to the Reader by John Davenport.] [London, 1627.]. Post 8vo, old calf. Title-page and first leaf torn and imperfect.

Davenport (John). — Continued. 1738 — THE Power of CongregationAL CHURCHEs Asserted, and Vindicated in answer to a Treatise of Mr. J. Paget, Intituled The Defence of Church Government, etc. London, 1672. Small 8vo, old calf. Soiled. Bangs’, March 16, 1896. (604) $6.oo 1739 — THE SAINT’s ANchoR-Hold IN ALL Storms AND TEMPests. London, 1661. Post 8vo, old calf. Stained. Bangs', Feb. 20, 1896. (121) $7.50 1740 Davenport (John). APHRodisiacs AND ANT1-APHRodisiacs; Three Essayes on the Powers of Reproduction. Illustrations. London, privately printed, 1869. Small 4to, half morocco, rubbed. Bangs', Nov. 25, 1895. (255) $4.50 The same. Small 4to, roxburghe binding. Bangs', Dec. 16, 1895. (168) $4.5o 1742 — CuriositATEs ERoticæ Physiologiae : or, Tabooed Su jects freely treated in Six Essays. London, privately printed, 1875. Small 4to, half calf. Henkels', Oct. 16, 1895. (156) $6.25 1743 — THE SAME. Small 4to, roxburghe binding. Bangs', Dec. 16, 1895. (167) $5.oo 1744 D'Avesnes (Prisse). LA DEcoRAtion ARABE, Décours muraux, plafonds, mosaïques, dallages, boiseries, vitraux, toffes, tapis, relieures, faïences, ornements divers, etc. 11o colored plates. Paris, 1885. Folio, half morocco. Libbie's, April 15, 1896. (227) $10.oo 1745 David (F.A.). ANTIQUITÉs ETRUsques, GREcoues Et Romaines, ou les Beaux Vases Etrusques, etc. 365 plates on copper, mostly colored. Paris, 1787. 5 vols. in 3, 4to, half russia, edges entirely uncut. Bangs’, March 30, 1896. (119) $10.5o 1746 — Histoire, D'ANGLETERRE REPRESENTÉE PAR FIGUREs. Avec un Précis Historique par Le Tourneux et Guyot. Engraved titles and 111 copper plates by David after Le Jeune and Monet. Paris, 1784–1800. 3 vols. 4to, calf, gilt edges. Bangs', j. 15, 1896. (124) $7.12 1747 Davidson (H. M.). FourtEEN Months in SouthERN PRIsoNs. Map. Milwaukee, 1865. 8vo, cloth. Bangs’, May 13, 1896. (328) $4.oo 1748 Davies (John). Nosce Teipsum. This oracle expounded in two Elegies: 1, Of Humane Knowledge; 2. Of the Soule of Man, and the immortalitie thereof. Newly corrected and amended. London, Richard Field, 1602. Small 4to, levant morocco extra, gilt edges, by Stikeman. Mark Pattison's copy, with his stamp on title. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (244) $29.oo 1749 Davila Padilla (Fray Augustin). Historia DE LA FUNDAcion Y DISCURso DE LA PROUINCIA DE SANTIAGo DE MEXICO. Madrid, 1596. Folio, vellum. Wanting pages o to 550. Libbie's, March 18, 1896. (270) $5.oo 1750 Davillier (Ch.), L'Espagne. 3. engravings on wood by Gustave Doré. Paris, 1874. 4to, half morocco, gilt edges. Libbie's, June 10, 1896. (288) $5.oo 1751 Davis (Jefferson). THE Rise AND FAll of the CoNFEDERATE got Steel portraits. New York, 1881. 2 vols. royal vo, cloth.

1741

Ezekiel & Bernheim's, March 23, 1896. (13) $3.20 1752 Davis (Paris M.). AN AUTHENtic History of the LATE WAR BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND GREAT BRITAIN. With a full account of every battle by sea and land. 5 curious woodcuts.

New York, 1836. 12mo, sheep.

1753 Davis (W. H.). History of Bucks County, PENNsylvania, from the Discovery to the present time. Illustrations. Doylestown, 1876. 8vo, sewed. Bangs', Nov. 11, o; o §§ 1754 Davison (F.). DAvison's PoeticAl RHApsody. dited by A. H. Bullen. LARGE PAPER (250 printed). London, 1890–91. 2 vols. 8vo, half leather, uncut. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (115) $4.50

1755 The same. Small paper. 2 vols. post 8vo, cloth, uncut. Bangs', June 11, 1896. (IIo) $4.00 1756 Davy (Sir Humphrey). Collected Works. Edited by John

Davy. Portraits. London, 1839. 9 vols. 8vo, half calf.

Libbie's, May 20, 1896. (183) $6.75 1757 Dawson (H. B.). Assault on Stony Point by GENERAL AN- THoNY WAYNE, July 16, 1779. With a map, sacsimiles and illustrative notes. Morrisania, 1863. Royal 8vo, half morocco, gilt top, uncut. 250 printed. With A. L. S. of H. B. Dawson

inserted. Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (426) $3.oo 1758 — THE SAME. Royal 8vo, uncut.

Bangs', April 6, 1896. (190) $5.50

1759 — BATTLEs of the UNITED STATES BY SEA AND LAND. Em

bracing those of the Revolutionary and Indian Wars, War of 1812 and the Mexican War. Numerous steel engravings from original paintings by Alonzo Chappel. New York, 1858. 2 vols. 4to, h morocco, gilt edges. With A. L. S. of the author inserted. Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (424) $4.00 1760 — THE SAME. 2 vols. in 5, 4to, cloth. Libbie's, March 5, 1896. (340) $5.oo 1761 The same. 2 vols. 4to, half morocco. Libbie's, May 20, 1896. (184) $3.oo 1762 — THE PARK AND its Vicinity, in the City of New York. Morrisania, 1867. Royal 8vo, half morocco uncut. Bangs', Nov. 6, 1895 (751) $3.12 1763 — Westchester County, New York, during the American Revolution. Portrait and map. Morrisania, 1886. Royal 8vo, paper, uncut. Bangs', Nov. 11, 1895. (115) $5.00 1764 Dawson (Moses). AN Historical NARRATIVE of the Civil AND MILITARY SERVICEs of Major-General William H. Harrison and a Vindication of his Character and Conduct as a Statesman, a Citizen and a Soldier. Cincinnati, 1824. 8vo, boards, uncut. Henkels', Oct. 29, 1895. (263) $4.00 1765 — THE SAME. 8vo, old calf. Presentation copy with autograph of William H. Harrison. Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (675) $3.25 1766 Day (Francis). Fishes of INDIA, being a natural History of the Fishes known to inhabit the Seas and Fresh Waters of India, Burma, and Ceylon. With Supplement and Index. 198 plates and many woodcuts. London, 1878–88. 2 vols. imperial 4to, roxburghe binding. Libbie's, March 18, 1896. (283) $6.oo 1767 The same. 2 vols. imperial 4to, roxburghe binding. Bangs’, May 8, 1896. (201) $6.50 1768 Day (John.). HUMoUR Out of BREAth. A Comedie, divers times latelie acted by the Children of the King Revells. First edition. London, 1608. Small 4to, calf, crest on sides. Title soiled. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (246) $27.5o

1769 — THE ILE of GULLs, as it hath been often acted by the Children of the revels. London, W. Sheares, 1633. Small 4to, calf. Close trimmed. Bangs', April 15, 1896. (127) $5.50

1770 Day (Sherman). Historical Collections of the STATE of PENNsylvania. 165 engravings. Philadelphia, [1843]. 8vo,

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