Page images
PDF
EPUB

Whitehaven, 1779-Specimens of Macaronic Poetry, 1831, 14 vol., 8vo. (1465)

Denham, £19 Ios. 168 Cabinet of Genius (The), 3 vol., frontispieces, and plates in

brown after Shelley, half calf, 1787, 4to. (1512) Thorp, £5 169 Clavell (J.). A Recantation of an ill-led Life, or a Discovery

of the Highway Law, with Instructions how to Know, Shunne and Apprehend a Thiefe, portrait (copy), text cut into, calf extra by F. Bedford, a rare poetical tract, with autograph of T. Park on title, 1634, 4to. (1106)

Ridler, £ 1 8s. 170 Coleridge (S. T.) The Friend, a Literary, Moral and Political

Weekly Paper, in the 28 original parts as issued, uncut,
Penrith, 1809-10, 8vo. (1247)

Denham, £9 155. 171 Crowe and Cavalcaselle. Raphael, his Life and Works, 2 vol.,

half morocco, uncut, t.e. g., 1882, 8vo. (229) Wesley, £1 8s. 172 Crowe and Cavalcaselle. Life and Times of Titian, with some

account of his Family, 2 vol., portrait and illustrations, half

morocco, uncut, t. e.g., 1881, 8vo. (230) Wesley, £1 IS. 173 Crowe and Cavalcaselle. The Early Flemish Painters, illus

trations, W. M. Thackeray's copy, with his monogram on title, presentation copy, "With the compliments of the authors,” uncut, 1857, 8vo. (527)

Richards, £3 55. 174 Cruikshank (George). Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, by W. H.

Ireland, 4 vol., numerous plates by George Cruikshank, coloured by hand, including a portrait of Napoleon and Madame Josephine (his first wife) and other portraits (pages 149-50 in vol. ii. missing, also vol. iv. wanted title, had duplicate title of vol. i. in its place), half calf gilt, J. Cumberland, 1828, 8vo. (677)

Edwards, £1 55. 175 Daniell (W.) Views of Scotland, 42 coloured plates, half bound, n. d., folio (669)

Spencer, £3 5s. 176 Dansey (J. C.) The English Crusaders, numerous illuminated plates in gold and colours, half calf, circa 1840, 4to. (355)

Thorp, £I 195. 177 Davenport (J.). Aphrodisiacs and Anti-Aphrodisiacs, Pri

vately printed, 1869-Curiositates Erotica Physiologiae, ib., 1875, 2 vol., illustrations, stamp on titles, roxburghe, 4to. (323)

Thorp, £i gs. 178 Decker (T.) Dramatic Works, 4 vol., LARGE PAPER, only 100

copies printed, J. Pearson, 1873, 8vo. (1017) Ridler, £i 125. 179 Dibdin (C.) Professional Life of, written by himself

, 4 vol., portrait and 60 small circular prints taken from the subjects of the Songs, invented and etched by Miss Dibdin, old tree calf gilt, 1803, 8vo. (3)

Roche, £i 18s. 180 Dickens (C.) A Tale of Two Cities, first edition, with illustrations by H. K. Browne, original cloth, 1859, 8vo. (244)

G. H. Brown, £ i 195. 181 Dickens (C.) A Tale of Two Cities, first edition, with frontis

piece and vignette title by H. K. Browne, presentation copy, with inscription on title, “Charles Dickens to Kate Macready, December, 1859," half morocco gilt, g.e., with all faults, 1859, 8vo. (710)

Redding, £25 ios.

[ocr errors]

156 Anderson (J.) Constitutions of the Antient Fraternity of Free

and Accepted Masons, new edition, revised by J. Noorthouck, frontispiece, calf rebacked, 1784, 4to. (324)

Ridler, £3 3s. 157 Bacon (Sir F.) The Twoo Bookes of the Proficience and

advancement of Learning, first edition, stained and title written on, 1605—Essays and Counsels, 1625—Remaines, 1648—Certaine Miscellany Works, 1629, in i vol., some leaves injured, sold not subject to return, old calf, 1605-48, 4to. (1109)

Richards, £25 158 Bacon (Francis, Lord). Essaies, newly written, some leaves

stained, original binding (broken), J. Haviland, 1625, 4to. (626)

Quaritch, 410 55. 159 Behn (Mrs. A.) Plays, Histories and Novels, with Life and

Memoir, 6 vol., LARGE PAPER, portraits and plates, J. Pearson, 1871, 8vo. (799)

Hitchman, £2 16s. 160 Bewick (T.) Poems of Goldsmith and Parnell, cuts by Bewick, first issue, half morocco gilt, g. e., 1795, 4to. (304)

Walford, Er 6s. 161 Boord (A.) The Breviarie of Health, 2 vol. in 1, black letter,

half calf, T. East, 1575, 4to. (1097). Pickering, £2 8s. 162 Brassey (Sir Thomas). The British Navy: its Strength,

Resources and Administration, 5 vol., illustrations, 1882-3, 8vo. (87)

Edwards, £1 163 British Essayists (The), with Prefaces, historical and bio

graphical, by A. Chalmers, 30 vol., portraits, half bound, Boston, 1856, 8vo. (260)

Ridler, £1_75. 164 British Essayists (The), edited, with Prefaces, by James Fer

guson, vol. i. to xliv. (should be 45 vol.), morocco gilt, g. e., 1819, 8vo. (64)

Edwards, £4 165 British Musical Miscellany, or the Delightfull Grove, a Col

lection of English and Scotch Songs, with Music, frontis

pieces, 6 vol. in 3, calf, circa 1730, 4to. (297) Ridler, £2 25. 166 Byble (The), that is to say all the Holy Scripture truly

and purely translated into English, and nowe lately with greate industry and diligence recognized, black letter, with all the woodcut titles, the first being in facsimile, last leaf of text mended and half supplied in MS. facsimile, leaf of table and colophon in facsimile, also wanted two leaves of calendar, otherwise good copy, oaken boards, metal bosses, Day and Seres, 1549, folio (765)

Bull, £5 75. 6d. (Matthew's version, produced under the editorship of Edmund Becke, by whom the dedication was written, as well as many notes, which are to be found in no other edition of the Bible.' This Bible has five title pages, and is illustrated with woodcuts that begin each Gospel, each

being a figure of the Evangelist with his emblem.-Ed.] 167 Byron (Lord). Letter to **** ****** (John Murray)

on Bowles Strictures on Pope, first edition, 1821—and others on the same subject, in i vol., calf-Sheridan (R. B.) An Ode to Scandal, 1819– Don Juan, Canto III., first edition, uncut, 1821 – Clark (E.) Miscellaneous Poems, uncut,

[ocr errors]

Whitehaven, 1779-Specimens of Macaronic Poetry, 1831, 14 vol., 8vo. (1465)

Denham, £19 Ios. 168 Cabinet of Genius (The), 3 vol., frontispieces, and plates in

brown after Shelley, half calf, 1787, 4to. (1512) Thorp, £5 169 Clavell (J.) A Recantation of an ill-led Life, or a Discovery

of the Highway Law, with Instructions how to Know, Shunne and Apprehend a Thiefe, portrait (copy), text cut into, calf extra by F. Bedford, a rare poetical tract, with autograph of T. Park on title, 1634, 4to. (1106)

Ridler, £1 8s. 170 Coleridge (S. T.) The Friend, a Literary, Moral and Political

Weekly Paper, in the 28 original parts as issued, uncut,
Penrith, 1809-10, 8vo. (1247)

Denham, £9 155. 171 Crowe and Cavalcaselle. Raphael, his Life and Works, 2 vol.,

half morocco, uncut, t. e. g., 1882, 8vo. (229) Wesley, £ 1 8s. 172 Crowe and Cavalcaselle. Life and Times of Titian, with some

account of his Family, 2 vol., portrait and illustrations, half

morocco, uncut, t. e. g., 1881, 8vo. (230) Wesley, £I TIS. 173 Crowe and Cavalcaselle. The Early Flemish Painters, illus

trations, W. M. Thackeray's copy, with his monogram on title, presentation copy, “With the compliments of the authors,” uncut, 1857, 8vo. (527)

Richards, £3 5s. 174 Cruikshank (George). Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, by W. H.

Ireland, 4 vol., numerous plates by George Cruikshank, coloured by hand, including a portrait of Napoleon and Madame Josephine (his first wife) and other portraits (pages 149-50 in vol. ii. missing, also vol. iv. wanted title, had duplicate title of vol. i. in its place), half calf gilt, J. Cumberland, 1828, 8vo. (677)

Edwards, £11 55. 175 Daniell (W.) Views of Scotland, 42 coloured plates, half bound, n. d., folio (669)

Spencer, £3 5s. 176 Dansey (J. C.). The English Crusaders, numerous illuminated plates in gold and colours, half calf, circa 1840, 4to. (355)

Thorp, EI 195. 177 Davenport (J.). Aphrodisiacs and Anti-Aphrodisiacs, Pri

vately printed, 1869-Curiositates Erotica Physiologiae, ib., 1875, 2 vol., illustrations, stamp on titles, roxburghe, 4to. (323)

Thorp, ki gs. 178 Decker (T.) Dramatic Works, 4 vol., LARGE PAPER, only 100

copies printed, J. Pearson, 1873, 8vo. (1017) Ridler, £i 125. 179 Dibdin (C.) Professional Life of, written by himself, 4 vol.,

portrait and 60 small circular prints taken from the subjects of the Songs, invented and etched by Miss Dibdin, old tree calf gilt, 1803, 8vo. (3)

Roche, £i 18s. 180 Dickens (C.) A Tale of Two Cities, first edition, with illustrations by H. K. Browne, original cloth, 1859, 8vo. (244)

G. H. Brown, £ 1 198. 181 Dickens (C.) A Tale of Two Cities, first edition, with frontis

piece and vignette title by H. K. Browne, presentation copy, with inscription on title, “ Charles Dickens to Kate Macready, December, 1859,” half morocco gilt, g.e., with all faults, 1859, 8vo. (710)

Redding, £25 ios.

[ocr errors]

182 Doran (Dr.) Their Majesties' Servants. Annals of the
English Stage, 2 vol., portraits, 1864, 8vo. (922)

Sotheran, £i jos.
183 Dorat (C. J.) La Déclamation Théâtrale, Poëme Didactique

en quatre Chants, LARGE PAPER, engraved frontispiece and
plates after Eisen, by De Ghendt, half morocco extra, g. t.,
uncut, Paris, 1771, 8vo. (178)

Ridler, ki jos.
184 Doyle (Richard). The Foreign Tour of Messrs. Brown, Jones

and Robinson, numerous illustrations, original cloth, g. e.,
1855, oblong 4to. (281)

Thorp, £i gs.
185 Dryden (J.) Works, with Notes by Sir W. Scott, revised by

Ġ. Saintsbury, 18 vol., LARGE PAPER, 100 copies printed,
portrait

, Edinburgh, 1882-93, 8vo. (1468) Edwards, £2 11s.
186 Dutton Family. Historical and Genealogical Memoirs of the

Dutton Family, of Sherborne, in Gloucestershire, with an
Introduction by Lord Sherborne, portraits and facsimiles,
vellum, uncut, t.e. g., one of 25 copies, Privately printed,
1899, 4to. (370)

B. George, £5 5s.
187 Edgeworth (Maria). Tales and Novels, 18 vol., frontispieces

and vignettes, morocco, g.e., 1832, 8vo. (57) Rimell, £i 175. 188 Egan (P.) Life of an Actor, coloured plates by Lane, binding broken, 1825, 8vo. (925)

B. George, £2 195.
189 Eisenberg (Baron d'). L'Art de Monter à Cheval, ou De-

scription du Manége Moderne, 59 plates of horsemanship
by Picart, uncut, La Haye, 1737, oblong folio (1161)

Karslake, £1
190 English Poets. Works of the, with Prefaces, Biographical

and Critical, by Samuel Johnson, and a Poetical Index, 75
vol., portraits, old calf, 1790, 8vo. (100)

Terry, £2
[Another set in old calf (broken) sold at this same sale

(Lot 17) for £ 1 35.- ED.]
191 Evelyn (John). Publick Employment and an Active Life

prefer'd to Solitude, and all its Appanages, first edition, in
the original calf, 1667, 8vo. (1)

Maggs, £1 135.
(Written in answer to an essay by Sir George Mackenzie,
entitled, “A moral Essay, preferring Solitude to public

Employment."--Catalogue.]
192 Forlong (Major-General J. G. R.) Rivers of Life, 2 vol. and
atlas, maps, illustrations, etc., 1883, 4to. (326)

Quaritch, £3 155.
193 Froissart (Sir John). Chronicles of England, France, Spain,

etc., translated by Lord Berners, edited with a Memoir,
copious Index, etc. by E. V. Utterson, 2 vol., a nearly uncut

copy in half morocco, 1812, 4to. (373) Quaritch, £2 25.
194 Froude (J. A.) The English in Ireland in the Eighteenth

Century, 3 vol., 1872-4, 8vo. (923) Sotheran, £2 45: 195 Froude (J. A.) Short Studies on Great Subjects, 4 vol. (second series, unbound, imperfect at end), 1867-83, 8vo. (924)

Hornstein, £6 196 Fry (Francis). Bibliographical Description of the Editions of

the New Testament, Tyndale’s Version in English, illustrated with 73 plates, etc., 1878, 4to. (357) Sotheran, £i 2s.

1

197 Gerhardus (Archiep.) De Vita et Honestate Clericorum, ex

Concilio Maguntinum, lit. semi-goth., red and black, in long lines, 32 to a full page, without marks, at the end the woodcut mark of Jo. Faber, Public Notary in the diocese of Maintz, covers of a contemporary parchment MS. well preserved, Absque ulla nota (Sæc. xv.), small folio (302)

Magg's, £7 198 Gessner (Salomon). Euvres (traduction en français par

Huber, Meister et Brutté de Loirelle), 3 vol., plates and vignettes after Le Barbier, engraved by Halbou, Baquoy, Delignon, de Longueil, etc., in calf gilt, g.e., Paris (1786-93], 4to. (314)

Quaritch, 25 199 Gibbon (E.) History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman

Empire, with Notes by Milman and Guizot, edited by Dr. Smith, 8 vol., portrait and maps, half bound, Murray, 1854-55, 8vo. (561)

Bumpus, £1 16s. 200 Gould (R. F.) History of Freemasonry, 3 vol., portraits, half

morocco, g. e., Edinburgh, n. d., 4to. (320) Ridler, £i is. 201 Gregorius IX. Decretales Epistole supremi artodoxa

principis Gregorii Noni' multis mendis a Joanne Thierry interprete, lit. goth.. printed in black and red, large woodcut and numerous initial letters, vellum, r. e., Paris, J. Petit, 1529, 4to. (608)

Stanford, £r 6s. 202 Grenier (F.) Victoires et Conquêtes. Recueil des principaux

Evenements de l'Histoire de nos Combats, 98 large lithographic plates (no general title), half bound, t. e. g., 1818, etc., folio (377)

Thorp, £3 3. 203 Greville Memoirs. Journal of the Reigns of George IV. and William IV., edited by H. Reeves, 3 vol., 1874, 8vo. (49)

Maggs, £3 204 Grindlay (Captain R. M.) Scenery, Costumes and Architec

ture, chiefly on the Western side of India, 18 coloured plates, half bound, Ackermann, 1826, folio (1187)

Scotti, £i ios. 205 Golding (C.) The Coinage of Suffolk, 70 illustrations, vellum, g. t., Privately printed, 1868, 4to. (325)

Ridler, £1 206 Gronow (Captain). The Reminiscences and Recollections of, 2 vol., illustrations by Grego, 1889, 8vo. (1405)

Bumpus, £i 145. 207 Grose (F.) Antiquities of England and Wales, 4 vol., first

edition, numerous illustrations, calf, S. Hooper, 1773-76, 4to. (26)

Ridler, ki 7s. 208 Hallam (Henry). Constitutional History of England, 3 vol.,

1854— Introduction to the Literature of Europe, 3 vol., 1854

-State of Europe during the Middle Ages, 3 vol., 1856, calf gilt, m. e., by Hayday and Mansell (uniform), together 9 vol., 8vo. (61)

Edwards, £3 35. 209 Herrera (A. de). Description des Indes Occidentales, qu'on

appelle aujourdhuy le Nouveau Monde, charts and views, fine copy in calf gilt, g. e., Amst., 1622, folio (396)

Maggs, £1 7s. 210 Hervey (John Lord). Memoirs of the Reign of George II., 3

« PreviousContinue »