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Jackson (Lady Charlotte). - Continued.

THE COURT OF THE TUILERIES. Portraits. London, 1883. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Bangs’, Feb. 27, 1896. (474) $4.50 THE SAME. 2 vols. Svo, cloth, uncut.

Bangs’, May 18, 1896. (59) $7:25 3491

THE FIRST OF THE BOURBONS, 1589 to 1595. Portraits. London, 1890. 2 vols. Svo, cloth, uncut.

Bangs', Feb. 27, 1896. (473) $8.00 3492 THE SAME. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Bangs', May 18, 1896. (62) $6.50 3493

FRENCH COURT AND SOCIETY IN THE REIGN OF Louis XVI. and the First Empire. London, 1881. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Bangs', May 18, 1896. (63) $6.50 3494 THE LAST OF THE VALOis. London, 1888. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth,

Bangs', May 18, 1896. (64) $6.50 3495 THE SAME. 2 vols. Svo, cloth, uncut.

Bangs', May 18, 1896. (66) $3.00 OLD Paris : its Court and Literary Salons. London, 1878.

2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Bangs', May 18, 1896. (65) $29.00 3497

THE OLD REGIME: Courts, Salons and Theatres. London, 1880. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Bangs', May 18, 1896. (61) $8.50 Works, comprising: Old Paris, its Court and Literary Salons, 2 vols., 1878; The Old Régime, Court, Salons and Theatres, 2 vols., 1880; French Court and Society Reign of Louis XVI. and First Empire, 2 vols., 1881; Court of the Tuileries from the Restoration to the Flight of Louis Philippe, 2 vols. 1883; The Court of France in the 16th Century, 1514-59, 2 vols., 1886. Together 10 vols. 8vo, polished calf extra, gilt tops.

Bangs', Feb. 6, 1896. (365) $88.75 3499 Jackson (Francis). History OF THE EARLY SETTLEMENT OF

NEWTON, Mass. From 1639 to 1800. With a genealogical register of its inhabitants prior to 1800. Boston, 1854. 12mo, cloth.

Libbie's, May 20, 1896. (596) $12.25 3500 Jackson (T. G.). DALMATIA, THE QUARNERO AND ISTRIA. Map and 46 plates. Oxford, 1887. 3 vols. 8vo, half vellum, uncut.

Bangs', Feb. 6, 1896. (366) $7.88 3501 (Jacob (John J.)]. A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF THE

LATE CAPT. MICHAEL CRESAP. Cumberland, Md., 1826. 12mo, boards.

Bangs', Feb. 3, 1896. (476) $11.50 Previous records : Menzies' sale, calf extra, $16.50 ; Field's

sale, $15.00. 3502 Jacobi (Charles T.). SOME NOTES ON BOOKS AND PRINTING: a

Guide to Authors and others. London, 1892. Post Svo, boards, uncut.

Bangs', May 18, 1896. (236) $4.25 3503 Jacquemart (A.). HISTORY OF THE CERAMIC ART Translated by

Mrs. Bury Palliser. Etchings, woodcuts, marks, and monograms.
London, 1873. Imperial Svo, gilt edges.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (489) $6.50 3504 HISTORY OF THE CERAMIC ART. Translated by Mrs. Bury

Palliser. Etchings, woodcuts, marks, and monograms. New
York, 1877. Imperial Svo, cloth, gilt edges.

Libbie's, Oct. 17, 1895. (590) $8.00 3505 HISTORY OF FURNITURE. Translated by Mrs. Bury Palliser. Numerous illustrations. London, 1878. Imperial 8vo, cloth.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (490) $4.00 3506 Jaggard (E. A.). HAND-BOOK OF THE LAW OF Torts. St. Paul, 1895. 2 vols. 8vo, sheep.

3508

3507 James (G. P. R.). THE COMMISSIONER; or, Travels and Adven

tures of a Gentleman. First edition. 28 illustrations by “Phiz." Dublin, 1846. 8vo, polished calf extra, gilt top, the original cloth-cover preserved, by Rivière.

Bangs', June 1, 1896. (173) $6.50 LIFE AND TIMES OF Louis XIV. 12 portraits. London, 1838. 4 vols. 8vo, half calf, gilt tops, uncut, by Larkins.

Bangs', Jan. 30, 1896. (361) $11.00 3509 THE SAME. 4 vols. 8vo.

Libbie's, March 18, 1896. (66) $6.50 3510 WORKS, comprising: Charlemagne; Richard Cæur de Lion,

4 vols.; Louis XIV., 4 vols.; Henry IV., 3 vols.; Edward the Black Prince, 2 vols. Portraits. London, 1836, etc. Together

14 vols. 8vo, calf extra. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (491) $36.75 3511 James I. THE WORKS OF the Most High and Mighty Prince

James. Engraved title and portrait. London, 1616. Folio, old calf, broken. Close trimmed at top.

Bangs', March 2, 1896. (531) $5.75 3512 Jameson (Mrs. Anna). BEAUTIES OF THE COURT OF CHARLES II.

21 steel portraits. London, 1838. 2 vols. in 1, imperial 8vo, tree calf, gilt edges.

Bangs', Sept. 24, 1895. (295) $5.75 3513 THE SAME. 2 vols. in 1, imperial 8vo, tree calf, gilt edges.

Libbie's, Feb. 11, 1896. (492) $5.00 3514 LEGENDS OF THE MONASTIC ORDERs as represented in the

Fine Arts. First edition. London, 1850. Square Svo, cloth, uncut.

Libbie's, June 10, 1896. (511) $6.12 3515 Works, comprising : Sacred and Legendary Art, 2 vols.;

Legends of the Monastic Orders; Legends of the Madonna;
History of our Lord as Exemplified in Works of Art, 2 vols.
Plates on steel and woodcuts." London, 1863–65. Together 6
vols. 8vo, levant morocco extra, gilt edges.

Bangs', Oct. 9, 1895. (380) $42.00
THE SAME. 6 vols. 8vo, morocco extra, gilt edges.

Bangs', Feb. 6, 1896. (368) $36.00 3517 THE SAME. 6 vols. Svo, tree calf, marbled edges.

Bangs', April 15, 1896. (255) $27.00 WORKS, comprising: Sacred and Legendary Art, 2 vols. ; Legends of the Monastic Orders; Legends of the Madonna ; The History of our Lord, 2 vols. Steel plates and woodcuts. London, 1879-81. Together 6 vols. Svo, tree calf extra, by Rivière.

Bangs', Dec. 10, 1895. (319) $20.75 3519 Jamieson (John). ETYMOLOGICAL DICTIONARY OF THE SCOTTISH

LANGUAGE. New edition, edited by J. Longmuir and David
Donaldson. Paisley, 1879-82. . 4 vols. imperial 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Libbie's, May 20, 1896. (388) $12.00 3520 Jamieson (R.). POPULAR BALLADS AND Songs, from Tradition

and MSS., with Translations of Ancient Danish Ballads, etc., and Glossary. London, 1806. 2 vols. 8vo, calf.

Bangs', March 13, 1896. (224) $4.00 3521 Janson (C. W.). STRANGER IN AMERICA, containing Observations

on the Genius, Manners, and Customs of the People of the United States. 12 plates. London, 1807. 4to, sheep.

Bangs', Jan. 23, 1896. (295) $4.05 3522 Jardine (Sir William). NATURALIST'S LIBRARY. 1,200 colored

plates and portraits. Edinburgh, 1843, etc. 40 vols. Izmo,

cloth, gilt tops, uncut. Bangs', Feb. 6, 1896. (372) $24.15 3523

THE SAME 40 vols. Izmo, half levant morocco extra, gilt

3516

3518

3524 Jarman (Thomas). TREATISE ON Wills. Fifth American from

the fourth English edition. By M. M. Bigelow. Boston, 1881.

2 vols. Svo, sheep. Libbie's, Sept. 25, 1895. (1193) $3.50 3525 THE SAME 2 vols. 8vo, sheep:

Bangs', April 30, 1896. (420) $4.10 3526 Jay (John). Tracts, comprising: Correspondence between John

Jay and Henry B. Dawson; Correspondence between James A.
Hamilton and Henry B. Dawson, concerning the Federalist, and
the first, second, third and fourth editions of Mr. Jay's Second
Letter. New York, 1864. Together 5 vols. 8vo, half morocco.

Bangs', Nov. II, 1895. (144) $11.25 3527 Jeancon (J. A.). PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY, PATHOLOGY, AND

PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS. 100 full-page illustrations. Cincinnati, 1888. Atlas folio, half morocco, marbled edges.

Henkels', Nov. 21, 1895. (202) $4.00 3528 Jefferson (Thomas). A MANUAL OF PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE. First edition. Washington, 1801. 12mo, calf.

Bangs', Feb. 3, 1896. (477) $4.75 3529 NOTES ON THE STATE OF VIRGINIA : written in the year

1781, somewhat corrected and enlarged in the winter of 1782, for the use of a Foreigner of distinction, in answer to certain queries proposed by him. First edition. (Paris], 1782. 8vo, morocco extra, gilt edges. With portrait and autograph letter of Thomas Jefferson inserted. Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (818) $45.00

Previous records : Ives' sale, mottled calf, with autograph note cautioning the recipient against letting the book become public, $70.00; Barlow's sale, half calf, with same autograph note, $55.00; Brinley's sale (Ives' copy) $38.00; Murphy's sale, calf, with simple presentation inscription, $30.00; Menzies' sale, morocco

extra, without autograph inscription, $47.00. 3530

NOTES ON THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. Boston, 1829. 12mo, sheep.

Bangs', Feb. 20, 1896. (209) $3.38 3531 NOTES ON VIRGINIA. Richmond, 1853. Svo, cloth.

Bangs', Feb. 3, 1896. (478) $3.00 3532 WRITINGS. Edited by H. A. Washington. Portrait. Washington, 1853. 9 vols. 8vo, cloth.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (821) $12.60 3533 THE SAME. 9 vols. 8vo, half calf, broken.

Henkels', Feb. 20, 1896. (124) $11.70 3534 Jefferson County. History OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, N. Y., from

1797 to 1878. With illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. Portraits. Philadelphia, 1878.

4to, half morocco. Libbie's, March 25, 1896. (649) $4.50 3535 Jeffreys (T.). THE AMERICAN ATLAS, or a Geographical Descrip

tion of the whole Continent of America. 29 folding colored maps. London, 1775. Imperial folio, half calf.

Bangs', May 25, 1896. (49) $16.50 DESCRIPTION OF THE SPANISH ISLANDS and Settlements of the Coast of the West Indies. 32 folding maps and plans. London, 1762. 4to, half calf.

Bangs', March 30, 1896. (262) $6.00 3537 Jenner (Edward). AN INQUIRY INTO THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS

OF THE VARIOLÆ VACCINÆ, a Disease discovered in some of the
Western Counties of England, particularly Gloucestershire, and
known by the name of the Cow Pox. 2 plates. London, 1798.
Small 4to, boards, broken.

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3538 Jennings (David). AN ABRIDGMENT OF THE LIFE OF THE LATE

REVEREND AND LEARNED COTTON MATHER of Boston in New
England. London, 1744. izmo, no covers.

Libbie's, Nov. 20, 1895. (867) $5.50 3539 Jerdan (W.) NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY OF ILLUSTRIOUS

AND EMINENT PERSONS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. 184
portraits. London, 1830–34. 5 vols. imperial 8vo, calf.

Bangs', Jan. 30, 1896. (602) $10.62
3540
THE SAME. 5 vols. imperial 8vo, half morocco, gilt edges.

Bangs', March 13, 1896. (329) $11.00 3541 THE SAME. 5 vols. imperial Svo, calf.

Bangs', March 13, 1896. (226) $11.88 3542 THE SAME. 5 vols. imperial 8vo, calf.

Bangs', April 27, 1896. (394) $7.50 3543 Jerman (John). AMERICAN ALMANACK, for the Year of Christian

Account, 1754. Philadelphia, B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1753.

16mo, sewed, uncut. Henkels', Jan. 23, 1896. (247) $5.50 3544 Jerrold (Douglas). Works. London, 1851-54. 8 vols. 12mo, half calf extra, marbled edges.

Bangs', Nov. 6, 1895. (568) $8.40 3545 WORKS. London, n. d. 5 vols. Svo, half levant morocco extra, gilt tops, uncut.

Libbie's, March 25, 1896. (652) 10.00 3546 Jesse (George R.). RESEARCHES INTO THE HISTORY OF THE BRITISH Dog. Engravings. London, 1866. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth.

Bangs', Feb. 6, 1896. (375) $5.00 3547 Jesse (John Heneage). LITERARY AND HISTORICAL MEMORIALS

OF LONDON. With the Second Series, London and its Celebri-
ties. First editions. London, 1847-50. Together 4 vols. 8vo.

Henkels', April 21, 1896. (762) $9.20
LONDON, ITS CELEBRATED CHARACTERS AND REMARKABLE
PLACES. Frontispieces. London, 1871. 3 vols. 8vo, calf extra,
gilt edges.

Libbie's, Oct. 17, 1895. (606) $9.00 3549 MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE AND REIGN OF GEORGE III. Lon

don, 1867: 3 vols. 8vo, half morocco, gilt tops, uncut, by Man-
sell, foxed.

Bangs', Oct. 9, 1895. (385) $6.75 3550 MEMOIRS OF THE PRETENDERS AND THEIR ADHERENTS. Portraits and map. London, 1845., 2 vols. Svo, half calf.

Libbie's, Jan. 2, 1896. (650) $3.00 3551 WORKS, comprising : Memoirs of the Court of England,

first edition, 3 vols., 1843; George Selwyn and his Contempora-
ries, first edition, 4 vols., 1843-44; Pretenders and their Adher-
ents, second edition, 2 vols., 1846; Reign of the Stuarts, second
edition, 4 vols., 1846; Historical Memorials of London, first edi-
tion, 2 vols., 1847; London and its Celebrities, first edition, 2 vols.,
1850; Memoirs of Richard III., first edition, 1862; Reign of
George III., first edition, 3 vols., 1867; Memoirs of Celebrated
Etonians, first edition, 2 vols., 1875. Numerous portraits. Lon-
don, 1843-75. Together 23 vols. 8vo, polished calf extra, gilt
tops, uncut.

Libbie's, March 25, 1896. (656) $230.00 3552 WORKS. Portraits. London, 1843, etc. 23 vols. Svo, tree

calf, gilt edges. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (494) $149.50 3553 Jesse (Captain William). Life of BEAU BRUMMELL. Portrait and plates. London, 1844. 2 vols. Svo, cloth.

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3548

3554 Jesuits. LE JOURNAL DES JÉSUITES publié d'après le manuscrit

original conservé aux archives du Séminaire de Québec par MM. les Abbés Laverdière et Casgrain. Quebec, 1871. 4to,

half sheep, broken. Bangs', Nov. II, 1895. (251) $9.50 3555 — RELATION DE CE QUI S'EST PASSÉ AUX MISSIONS DES PÈRES

DE LA COMPAGNIE DE IÉSVS, en années 1661 & 1662. Paris,
Cramoisy, 1663. Small 8vo, vellum.

Bangs', March 2, 1896. (537) $68.00 3556 — RELATION DE LA RIVIÈRE DES AMAZONES. Map. Paris, 1682. 4 vols. in 2, small 8vo, levant morocco extra, by Rivière.

Bangs', March 12, 1896. (12) $9.50 3557 — RELATIONS DES JÉSUITES, contenant ce qui s'est passé de

plus remarquable dans les Missions des Pères de la Compagnie de Jésus dans la Nouvelle France, 1611 à 1672. Quebec, 1858. 3 vols. imperial 8vo, paper, uncut.

Bangs', May 19, 1896. (513) $15.30 3558 Jewett (I. A.). MEMORIAL OF SAMUEL APPLETON, OF IPSWICH,

Mass. With genealogical notices of some of his descendants.
Boston, 1850.8vo, half morocco.

Libbie's, May 20, 1896. (27) $3.25 3559 Jewett (J. P.). HISTORY OF BARNSTEAD, N. H., from its first set

tlement in 1727 to 1872. Edited by R. B. Caverly. Portraits and illustrations. Lowell, 1872. Svo, cloth. Lacking a portrait.

Libbie's, June 25, 1896. (71) $3.00 3560 Jewett (Llewellynn). THE Ceramic ART OF GREAT BRITAIN.

Nearly 2,000 illustrations. London, 1878. 2 vols. royal 8vo, half calf, gilt tops.

Bangs', April 15, 1896. (259) $8.75 3561 — THE SAME. 2 vols, royal 8vo, cloth, uncut.

"Libbie's, Oct. 17, 1895. (608) $6.00 3562 Joblin (Maurice). CLEVELAND, PAST AND PRESENT : its Repre

sentative Men. With a History of the City. Photographic views and portraits. Cleveland, 1869. Svo, half roan.

Bangs', April 1, 1896. (243) $3.50 3563 John Bull, [a Weekly Periodical]. 1820 to 1853. London, 1820–53. 33 vols. in 25, folio, half calf. Lacking No. I and perhaps others.

Libbie's, April 15, 1896. (455) $7.50 3564 Johnson (Edward). WONDER-WORKING PROVIDENCE OF Sion's

SAVIOUR IN NEW ENGLAND, 1654. With an Historical Introduction and Index by William F. Poole. Andover, 1867. Small 4to, half morocco, gilt tops, uncut. 250 printed.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (829) $7.25 3565 Johnson (Sir John). ORDERLY BOOK OF, during the Oriskany

Campaign, 1776 and 1777. Annotated by William L. Stone, etc. Albany, 1882. Small 4to, half morocco. With ii portraits inserted.

Libbie's, Oct. 17, 1895. (610) $4.75 3566 — THE SAME. Small 4to, paper, uncut.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (836) $3.25 3567 Johnson (Joseph). TRADITIONS AND REMINISCENCES, chiefly of

the American Revolution in the South. Maps. Charleston, 1851. Svo, cloth.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (832) $10.50 3568 Johnson (Mrs.). NARRATIVE OF THE CAPTIVITY OF MRS. JOHN

SON, containing an account of her sufferings during four years with the Indians and French. Walpole, N. H., 1796. 16mo, sheep.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (834) $5.00 3569 Johnson (Dr. Samuel). LIVES OF THE MOST EMINENT ENGLISH

POETS. With Notes, etc., by Peter Cunningham. London,

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