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Catlin (George). — Continued. 1260 ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE MANNERS, CUSTOMS, AND CONDI

TION OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS. 360 colored engravings. London, 1866. 2 vols. 8vo, half morocco, gilt tops.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (166) $41.00 1261 THE SAME. 2 vols. 8vo, half morocco, gilt edges.

Bangs', Feb. 6, 1896. (114) $31.00 1262 ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE MANNERS, CUSTOMS AND CONDI

TION OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS. 360 colored engravings. London, 1876. 2 vols. royal Svo, cloth, uncut.

Libbie's, Oct. 17, 1895. (205) $10.00 1263 THE SAME. 2 vols. royal 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Libbie's, March 25, 1896. (214) $11.50 1264 THE SAME 2 vols. royal 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Bangs', June 17, 1896. (125) $8.50 1 265 NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN Portfolio. Hunting Scenes

and Amusements of the Rocky Mountains and Prairies of America; from drawings and notes of the author, made during eight years' travel amongst forty-eight of the wildest and most remote Tribes of Savages in North America. 31 colored plates. London, Geo. Catlin, n. d. Folio, in portfolio.

Bangs'. Feb. 6, 1896. (115) $6.25 1266 THE SAME, the plates colored (a few damaged), Folio, in portfolio.

Bangs', April 15, 1896. (84) $10.00 1267 THE SAME, the plates uncolored. Folio, half morocco. Bind

ing loose, no titlepage. Bangs', April 15, 1896. (85) $4.00 1268 NOTES OF EIGHT YEARS' TRAVEL AND RESIDENCE IN

EUROPE, with his North American Indian Collection. Illustrated. London, 1848. 2 vols. 8vo, half morocco, gilt tops.

Bangs', April 15, 1896. (86) $4.00 1269 Catullus. OPERA. Engraved title. Amsterdam, Guil. Jansso

nium, 1619. 16mo, blue morocco, borders of running vines and leaves, centre a monogram, surrounded with tooling of diamond pattern, back covered with leaves and pointelle, doublé of pink silk, gilt edges, by Lefebore.

Bangs', March 12, 1896. (282) $6.00 1270 Caulfield (J.). PORTRAITS, MEMOIRS, AND CHARACTERS OF RE

MARKABLE Persons from the Revolution in 1688 to the end of the Reign of George II. 157 portraits on copper. London, 1819–20. 4 vols. royal 8vo, half calf.

Bangs', Oct. 9, 1895. (124) $7.00 1271 Caulkins (Frances M.). HISTORY OF NEW LONDON, Conn., from

the first survey of the coast in 1612 to 1852. · New London, 1852. Svo, cloth.

Libbie's, Nov. 20, 1895. (991) $5.00 1272 THE SAME. 8vo, cloth.

Libbie's, May 20, 1896. (574) $5.50 HISTORY OF NEW LONDON, CONN., from 1612 to 1860. Second edition. New London, 1860. 8vo, cloth, slightly stained.

Bangs', May 19, 1896. (313) $5.12 1274 HISTORY OF NORWICH, Conn., from its settlement in 1660,

to January, 1845. Illustrations. Norwich, 1845. 12mo, cloth. With A. L. S. of the author inserted.

Libbie's, May 20, 1896. (621) $4.50 1275 History Of NORWICH, Conn., from its possession by the

Indians, to the year 1866. Portraits. Published by the author,

1273

1276 Cavanilles (Antonio J.). DESCRIPCION DE LAS PLANTAS. Ma

drid, 1802. Svo, sheep. Henkels', Dec. 10, 1895. (554) $3.25 1277 DESCRIPCION DE LAS PLANTAS. Madrid, 1827. 4to, half calf.

Henkels', Dec. 10, 1895. (180) $13.00 1278 Cavendish Society. PUBLICATIONS OF THE CAVENDISH SOCIETY,

comprising : Gmelin's Handbook of Chemistry, 8 vols. ; Bishof's Chemical and Physical Geology, 3 vols.; Lehmann's Physiological Chemistry, 3 vols., Chemical Reports and Memoirs; Life and Works of Cavendish. London, 1848-58. 16 vols. 8vo, cloth.

Bangs', Oct. 21, 1895. (207) $8.00 1279 Caverly (A. M.). AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF Troy, N. H., and

its Inhabitants, from the first settlement of the town in 1764 to 1855. Portraits and plate. Keene, 1859. 12mo, cloth.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (1547) $5.50 1280 [Caxton (William)]. THE DESTRUCTION OF Troy. In Three

Books. [By Raoul Le Fevre). The Eleventh Edition corrected. London, T. Passinger, 1684. The three parts complete in i vol. small 4to, levant morocco extra, gilt edges.

Bangs', April 27, 1896. (83) $5.50 1281 THE DICTES AND SAYINGS OF THE PHILOSOPHERS. A facsi

mile reproduction of the first book printed in England by Caxton, 1477. With Preface by W. Blades. London, 1877. 4to,

stamped leatherette. Líbbie's, March 5, 1896. (268) $3.12 1282 THE GOLDEN LEGEND. Translated from the Legenda Aurea

of Jacobus de Voragine. Kelmscott Press, 1892.3 vols. 4to, vellum, uncut.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (515) $30.00 1283 THE SAME. 3 vols. 4to, vellum, uncut.

Libbie's, March 18, 1896. (255) $21.00 1284 THE SAME. 3 vols. 4to, vellum, uncut.

Bangs', May 8, 1896. (178) $30.75 1285 HISTORYE OF REYNARD THE FOXE. Translated from the

Dutch by William Caxton. Reprinted from the edition of 1481.
Kelmscott Press, 1893. 4to, vellum.

Libbie's, March 18, 1896. (256) $11.00 1286 THE SAME. 4to, vellum.

Bangs', May 8, 1896. (179) $12.00 1287 RECUYELL OF THE HISTORIES OF TROYE. Translated by

William Caxton. A new edition. Kelmscott Press, 1893. 2 vols. 4to, vellum.

Libbie's, March 18, 1896. (257) $26.00 1288 THE SAME. 2 vols. 4to, vellum.

Bangs', May 8, 1896. (180) $27.00 1289 Caylus (Count). RECUEIL D'ANTIQUITÉS ÉGYPTIENNES, ÉTRUS

QUES GRECQUES ET ROMAINES. Over 800 plates. Paris, 174267. 7 vols. small 4to, morocco. The first volume the second

edition, dated 1761. Bangs’, Nov. 25, 1895. (176) $17.50 1290 Cecil (William, Lord Burleigh). CATALOGUE OF AN AUCTION SALE

OF Books, held in Ave Mary Lane, London, Nov. 21 and following day, 1687. (Mainly the library of William Cecil, Lord Burleigh.] London, 1687. Small 4to, calf. Priced in ink, and with another catalogue, 1688, bound in.

Bangs', Sept. 24, 1895. (628) $6.75 1291 Century Dictionary (The). An Encyclopædic Lexicon of the Eng

lish Language. Prepared under the Superintendence of William D. Whitney. LARGE PAPER. New York, 1889. 24 parts, 4to,

Small paper.

Century Dictionary (The). — Continued. 1292 — THE SAME. Small paper. 6 vols. 4to, half morocco,

Bangs', Nov. 6, 1895. (273) $55.50 1293 THE SAME. Small paper. 5 vols. 4to, cloth.

Bangs', March 12, 1896. (59) $31.50 1294 THE SAME.

With the Century Dictionary of names, edited by E. B. Smith. Together 7 vols. 4to, cloth.

Libbie's, Jan. 29, 1896. (175) $45.50 1295 Cervantes. HISTORIA DEL FAMOSO CAVALLERO DON QUIXOTE DE

LA MANCHA. Con anotaciones y índices por el Rev. D. Juan
Bowle. London, 1781. 4 vols. in 3, 4to, calf.

Bangs', May 8, 1896. (154) $6.15 1296 DON QUIXOTE. Cuarta edicion. Corregida por la Real Aca

demia Española. Copper plates, after designs by Rivalles. [Also) Vida de Cervantes por M. F. de Navarette. Portrait. Madrid, 1819. Together 5 vols. 12mo, sheep.

Bangs', March 9, 1896. (60) $10.50 1297 L'INGÉNIEUX HIDALGO Don QUICHOTTE DE LA MANCHA.

Traduction de Louis Viardot. Numerous full-page illustrations by Gustave Doré. Paris, 1863. 2 vols. folio, cloth, broken.

Libbie's, Jan. 29, 1896. (277) $4.00 1298 THE SAME. 2 vols. folio, cloth, loose.

Libbie's, April 15, 1896. (248) $5.50 1299 Don QUIXOTE. Translated by T. Smollett. 28 plates by Hayman. London, 1755. 2 vols. 4to, calf.

Bangs', Oct. 7, 1895. (106) $4.75 1300 DON QUIXOTE. Translated by Mary Smirke. 74 engravings

from pictures painted by Robert Smirke, R. A. London, 1818. 4 vols. Svo, half morocco, uncut.

Bangs', Oct. 7, 1895. (105) $10.00 1 301 Don Quixote. Translated by Jarvis. 24 humourous plates, colored by hand. London, 1819. 4 vols. 8vo, boards.

Bangs',' Oct. 7, 1895. (103) $6.50 1302 THE SAME. 4 vols. 8vo, boards.

Bangs', Dec. 16, 1895. (106) $13.00 1303 Don QUIXOTE. Translated by Mary Smirke. Engravings

from pictures painted by Robert Smirke, India paper impressions (somewhat foxed). London, 1828. 4 vols. 4to, morocco.

Bangs', March 2, 1895. (212) $26.00 1304

Don QUIXOTE. Translated by P. A. Motteux. LARGE PAPER. Portrait and 36 etchings by Lalauze, proofs on India paper. Edinburgh, 1879.. 4 vols. imperial 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (168) $9.50 1305 Don QUIXOTE. Done into English, with Notes, Original

and Selected, and a new Life of the Author, by H. Edward Watts. London, 1887-89. 5 vols. small 4to, boards, uncut.

Bangs', Dec. 10, 1895. (114) $12.50 1306 THE SAME. 5 vols. small 4to, boards, uncut.

Libbie's, March 18, 1896. (189) $10.00 1307 THE SAME. 5 vols. small 4to, boards, uncut.

Bangs', May 8, 1896. (127) $6.88 1308

Don QUIXOTE. Translated by P. A. Motteux. Portrait and 36 etchings by Lalauze. London, 1892. 4 vols. royal Svo, half

1309 Chaboulon (M. Fleury de). MEMOIRS OF THE PRIVATE LIFE,

RETURN AND REIGN OF NAPOLEON in 1815. London, 1820. 2 vols. Svo, half calf, gilt tops, uncut.

Libbie's, Oct. 17, 1895. (210) $5.50 1310 THE SAME. 2 vols. 8vo, half calf, gilt tops, uncut.

Libbie's, March 5, 1896. (269) $4.00 1311 THE SAME. 2 vols. 8vo, half calf, yellow edges.

Bangs', June 15, 1896. (352) $4.50 1312 Chaffers (William). THE COLLECTOR'S HAND-BOOK OF MARKS

AND MONOGRAMS ON POTTERY AND PORCELAIN. With nearly 30,000 marks. Second edition. London, 1875. 12mo, cloth.

Bangs', March 25, 1896. (192) $3.00 1313 — HALL MARKS ON GOLD AND SILVERPLATE, and a His

tory of l'Orfèvrerie Française. Sixth edition. London, 1883.

Royal 8vo, cloth, uncut. Bangs', Feb. 6, 1896. (122) $6.00 1314 THE KERAMIC GALLERY. Several hundred illustrations of

examples of Pottery and Porcelain. London, 1872. 2 vols. Svo, tree calf.

Bangs', March 25, 1896. (191) $12.00 1315 — MARKS AND MONOGRAMS ON POTTERY AND PORCELAIN of

the Renaissance and Modern Periods. With historical notices of each manufactory, etc. Fourth edition. 3,000 potters' marks and other illustrations. London, 1874. Royal Svo, polished calf extra, gilt edges.

Bangs', Feb. 6, 1896. (123) $13.50 1316 Chalkhill (John). THEALMA AND CLEARCHUS; a Pastoral History

in smooth and easy verse. First edition. London, 1683. 8vo, levant morocco extra, gilt edges, by Rivière.

Bangs’, Nov. 18, 1895. (169) $51.00 Previous records : Sotheby's 1894, original calf, £4-15-0; Sotheby's 1892, calf extra, £7-2-6; Sotheby's 1891, morocco extra, £7-7-0; Sotheby's 1890, morocco extra, £ 5-12-6; Sotheby's, 1890,

morocco extra, £9-15-0. 1317 Chalkley (Thomas). A COLLECTION OF THE WORKS OF. Philadelphia, B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1749. Svo, sheep.

Henkels', Oct. 29, 1895. (372) $6.00 1318 THE SAME. 8vo, half russia, red edges.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (589) $6.25 1319 THE SAME. 8vo, half morocco.

Libbie's, March 5, 1896. (443) $5.25 1320 Chalmers (Alexander). GENERAL BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY,

containing an Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of the most Eminent Persons in every Nation. London,

1812. 32 vols. 8vo, half calf. Bangs', Oct. 16, 1895. (63) $9.60 1321 THE SAME. 32 vols. 8vo, calf.

Libbie's, Apr. 15, 1896. (152) $3.20 1322 Chalmers (George). AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF THE

REVOLT OF THE AMERICAN COLONIES; being a Comprehensive
View of its origin, derived from the State Papers contained in the
Public Offices of Great Britain. Boston, 1845. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth.

Henkels', Oct. 29, 1895. (187) $3.60 1323 THE SAME. 2 vols. 8vo, half morocco.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (302) $4.25 1324 'THE SAME. 2 vols. 8vo, sheep.

morocco.

1325 Chambers (Robert). BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF EMINENT

SCOTSMEN. With Supplement by Rev. T. Thomson. Numerous steel portraits. Glasgow, 1855. 5 vols. royal Svo, half calf.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (170) $6.50 1326 Chambers. CHAMBERS' ENCYCLOPÆDIA. A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge. Illustrated. London, 1874. ` 10 vols. royal Svo, half

Bangs', Nov. 6, 1895. (274) $5.50 1327

CHAMBERS' ENCYCLOPÆDIA. London, 1879. 10 vols. royal 8vo, cloth.

Libbie's, Oct. 17, 1895. (214) $4.00 1328

CHAMBERS' ENCYCLOPÆDIA. Edinburgh and Philadelphia, 1888-92. 10 vols, royal 8vo, cloth.

Bangs', March 25, 1896. (194) $13.00 1329 THE SAME. 10 vols, royal 8vo, cloth.

Libbie's, Jan. 29, 1896. (184) $12.50 1330 Chandler (Alfred). ILLUSTRATIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF THE

PLANTS which compose the Natural Order Camelliæ and of the
Varieties of Camellia Japonica, cultivated in the gardens of Great
Britain. Descriptions by W. B. Booth. 40 plates, colored by
hand. London, 1831. 4to, polished calf, gilt edges.

Bangs,' Feb. 6, 1896. (125) $4.50 1331 Chandler (Peleg W.). AMERICAN CRIMINAL TRIALS. Boston, 1841-44. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth, uncut,

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (304) $5.00 1332 THE SAME. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth.

Bangs', Dec. 4, 1895. (28) $3.25 1333 Channing (William Ellery). POEMs. First edition. Boston, 1843.

12mo, boards, uncut. Presentation copy from R. W. Emerson,

with autograph inscription. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (171) $3.00 1334 Chap Books. A COLLECTION OF CHAP BOOKS, comprising : Life

and Adventures of Colonel Jack, by himself; Wonderful Life and Adventures of Three-Fingered Jack; Life and Depredations of David Hogart; Life of Daniel Dancer, who died in a Sack; The Remarkable Life of Dr. Faustus, German Astrologer and Enchanter; Life, etc., of Commodore Paul Jones; Life and Death of Jonathan Wild; Life and Unparalleled Voyages and Adventures of Ambrose Gwinett, the Lame Beggar; The Hibernian Jester; Wonderful Life of Wolfe, the Notorious Robber and Murderer; Robin Hood's Garland, a Complete History of his Clever and Merry Exploits. Some with colored frontispiece. Together in vols. 12mo, half morocco, gilt tops. Fine copies.

Bangs', Nov. 25, 1895. (179) $8.60 1335 Chapin (W. 0.). MASTERS AND MASTERPIECES OF ENGRAVING.

60 engravings and heliogravures. New York, 1894. Imperial 8vo,

roan, gilt top, uncut. Libbie's, Oct. 17, 1895. (217) $4.50 1336 — THE SAME. 4to, sheets. With 100 portraits, etc., laid in

ready for binding, Bangs', March 12, 1896. (74) $16.00 1337 Chapman (F. W.). THE BUCKINGHAM FAMILY; or, the Descend

ants of Thomas Buckingham, one of the first settlers of Milford, Conn. Portraits and plate. Hartford, 1872. 8vo, cloth.

Libbie's, May 20, 1896. (97) $3.00 1338 THE BULKELEY FAMILY; or, the Descendants of Peter

Bulkeley, who settled at Concord, Mass., in 1636. Portraits and plates. Hartford, 1875. Svo, cloth.

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