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5309 Shakespeare (W.) Poems. Venus and Adonis, 1593-Rape of Lucrece, 1894-Sonnets, 1609-Lover's Complaint, edited by F. S. Ellis, woodcut borders and initial letters, vellum, 1893 (1304) Bain, £145s. 5310 Savonarola (F. H.) Epistola de Contemptu Mundi, woodcut on title and woodcut border, uncut, 1894, small 4to. (1224) J. Bumpus, £8 10s.
Essex House Press
5311 Shelley (P. B.) Adonais, printed under the care of C. R. Ashbee, coloured frontispiece of the grave of John Keats and initial letters, one of 50 copies only, all on vellum, bound in vellum, with stamped rose on side, 1900, 8vo. (1308) Quaritch, £27
5312 Rust (M.) The Queen of the Fishes, printed on Japanese vellum paper, numerous woodcuts (some coloured), borders, etc., vellum gilt, 1894, 8vo. (1315) Edwards, £8 5s. 5313 Sidney (Sir Philip). Sonnets, the text carefully prepared from the earliest editions by John Gray, ornamental borders, etc. by C. S. Ricketts, one of 10 copies printed upon vellum, morocco super extra, 1898, 8vo. (1333) Bain, £12 55.
5314 Rowlandson (Thomas). History of the Westminster Election, folding frontispiece and numerous folding plates by Rowlandson, morocco extra, t. e. g., 8 of the original unpublished drawings by Thomas Rowlandson inserted, 1784, 4to. (966) Lightfoot, £12 105. 5315 Rowlandson (Thomas). Sixteen Coloured Views in Cornwall, with Figures and Cattle, original boards, with label on the side, 1812, oblong 4to. (967) Selby, £9 [Very scarce. Mr. Grego, in his Rowlandson, the caricaturist, reproduced 14 of these plates, but did not know of the existence of the other two-Everdingen and a Coast Scene, Nos. 7 and 13 in this volume.-Catalogue.] 5316 Scotland. Forbes (John). Cantus, Songs and Fancies, with severall of the choicest Italian Songs and New English Ayres, most pleasant and delightful for all Humours, old russia, Aberdeen, 1682, 4to. (974) Lemon, £10 5s.
[The rarity of this volume was well known to collectors of the eighteenth century, but it acquired an increased value from Bindley's discovery, which had escaped the researches of Dr. Burney, Hawkins and every other writer upon music. This work contains the original of the popular air of "God save the King." It is entitled, "Here's a health unto his Majesty... the author, John Savile."-Catalogue.]
[NOTE. This collection is of importance to the student of Shakespeare's plays, the late Mr. Halliwell-Phillipps having reproduced various engravings from copies of all of them for the purpose of illustrating his folio edition of Shakespeare (16 volumes, 1853-65,
see post). We append to each book the titles of Shakespeare's plays which they illustrate. With the exception of Braithwaite's "Honest Ghost," all are perfect.-Catalogue.]
5317 Ammon (Jost). Omnium Illiberalium Mechanicarum aut Sedentariarum artium genera continens . . Accesserunt etiam Venustissimæ Imagines omnes omnium artificum negociationes ad vivum Lectori representantes, etc., woodcuts illustrative of different metiers by Jost Amman, morocco extra, g.e., Francofurti ad Moenum, 1568, 4to. (980) Hyde, £6 155. ["Twelfth Night." "Measure for Measure."] 5318 [Brathwaite (R.)] The Honest Ghost, or a Voice from the Vault, with two frontispieces, first edition (some leaves in facsimile), morocco extra, g. e., R. Hodgkinsonne, 1658, 4to. (982)
["Measure for Measure."]
5319 Brant (Sebastian). The Ship of Fooles, wherein is shewed the folly of all States, with divers other Workes adjoyned unto the same, very profitable and fruitfull for all men, translated out of Latin into English by Alexander Barclay, Priest, black letter, 118 woodcuts, morocco, John Cawood, 1570, folio (983) Jackson, £30
"Macbeth." "The Two Gentlemen of Verona."] 5320 Bulwer (John). A View of the People of the Whole-World, or a Short Survey of their Politics, Dispositions, Naturall Deportments, Complexions, Ancient and Moderne Customes, Manners, Habits and Fashions, a Worke everywhere adorned with Philosopicall, Morall and Historicall Observations on the Occasions of their Mutations and Changes throughout all Ages, frontispiece and portrait, woodcuts, original calf, 1654, 4to. (985) Dawson, £8
[The second part is entitled “The Pedigree of the English Gallant." "The Two Gentlemen of Verona." "Measure for Measure." Hamlet."] 5321 Caroso (Fabritio). Il Ballarino, diviso in due Trattati; nel primo de quali si dimostra la diversita de i nomi, che si danno à gli otti, e movimenti, che intervengono ne i Balli; e con molte Regale si dechiara con quali creanze, & in che modo debbano farsi, nel secondo s' insegnano diverse sorti di Balli; e Balletti si all'uso d'Italia, come à quello di Francia e Spagna, portrait, plates of dancing scenes, calf, Venetia, 1581, 4to. (986) Pearson, £8 ["Twelfth Night." Perfect copies of this treatise of dancing are extremely rare.] 5322 Duc de Brabant. La Joyeuse et Magnifique Entrée de Monseigneur Françoys fils de France et frere Unicque du Roy, par la grace de Dieu, Duc de Brabant, d'Anjou, Alençon, Berri, etc. en satres-renommée ville d'Anvers, 2 portraits of the Duc de Brabant, engraved title and 21 double-page engravings of the pageant by A. de Bruyn, original vellum, Anvers, 1582, folio (989) Mason, £25
["Troilus and Cressida."]
5323 Frederick Henrick (Prince van Orange). Begraeffinisse van syne Hoogheyt Frederick Henrick, by der Gratien Gods Prince van Orange, Grave van Nassau, Catzenellebagen, Vianden, Diets, etc. . . . Capitaen Generael, end Admirael der Vereenigh de Nederlanden, plates representing the funeral procession of this prince, original vellum, Amsterdam, 1651, folio (992) Fox, £10 ["Coriolanus."] 5324 Gheyn (Jacques de).
Maniement d'Armes d'Arquebuses, Mousquetz et Piques, en Conformité de l'Ordre de Monseigneur le Prince Maurice Prince d'Orange, Comte de Nassau, etc., engraved title and plates by Gheyn, vellum, Amsterdam, 1608, folio (994) Fox, £8 5s. ["Romeo and Juliet."]
Banks, £11 5s.
5325 Holme (R.) The Academy of Armory according to our Modern Language, engravings, old calf, 1701, folio (996) ["Measure for Measure." "Much Ado about Nothing." "The Taming of the Shrew." "The Winter's Tale." You Like It."]
5326 Hortus Sanitatis. Quatuor libris hæc quæ sub sequitur complectens, de Animalibus et Reptilibus, de Avibus et Volatilibus, de Piscibus et Natatilibus, de Gemmis et in vivis terræ nascentibus. . . title within woodcut border, woodcuts, original vellum, Argentorati, 1536, folio (997)
Lulworth, £10 5s.
["Much Ado about Nothing." "All's Well that Ends Well." "King Henry IV." "Antony and Cleopatra."] 5327 Küchler (Bathazar). Repræsentatio der Furstlichen Ausezug und Ritterspil soben des Durchleuchtigen Hochgebornen Fursten und herren Herrn Johann Friderichen Hertzogen zu Württenberg und Teck Graven zu Mumppelgart Herrn zu handenheim F. Benlager gehalten worden, engraved title and plates, boards, Stuttgart, 1609, folio (998)
Sefton, £10 ["Othello." "Pericles, Prince of Tyre." "All's Well that Ends Well." "Twelfth Night." "The Winter's Tale." "Troilus and Cressida."]
5328 Milan. Mediolanum Metropolis Insubrum Vulgo Milano, urbis potentiæ et dignitaris eximiæ, que ob præstante loci commoditate, Imperator Romanorium sedes, etc., large view of Milan, half morocco (1580), folio (1002)
["Two Gentlemen of Verona."]
Hayley, £8 10S.
5329 Muntz Buch (New). Darinnen allerley gross unnd kleine Sitberne und Guldene Sorten und wichtiger ursach willen also furgestellt werden, etc., engravings of coins, München, 1597 —Ēm Dialogus oder Besprach Zwischen dem Belt und der Armut sehr kurtweilig zulesen, ib., 1596, in 1 vol., old vellum, 1596-7, folio (1004) Pearson, £8
["The Merchant of Venice."]
5330 Negri (Cesare). Nuove Inventioni di Balli Opera Vaghissima,
Divisa in Tre Trattati, portrait of the author by Desa Palavitino, and numerous plates of dancing, original calf, Milano, 1604, folio (1005) Maine, £21
["All's Well that Ends Well." "Twelfth Night."] 5331 Orbis Sensualium Pictus, Hoc est, omnium fundamentalium in mundo rerum, & in vitâ actionum, Pictura & Nomenclatura, editor auctor & emendator, cum Titulorum juxta atqz Vocabulorum Indice, printed in Latin and German, woodcuts, original calf, Norimbergæ, 1664 (1007) Mason, £8 ["As You Like It."]
5332 Paulus Jovius. The worthy Tracte of Paulus Jovius, containing a discourse of rare inventions both militarie and amorous called Imprese, whereunto is added a preface, etc. by Samuel Daniel, late Student in Oxenforde, first edition, calf, 1585, 4to. (1008) Stone, £9 ["Hamlet."]
5333 Reisch (Georgius). Margarita Philosophica, philosophiæ rationalis et moralis principia dialogice duodecim libris complectens, woodcut title and printer's large device on reverse of last leaf, woodcuts in the text, slips of diagrams and musical notes, 2 vol., original boards, Chalchographatum primiciali hac pressura Friburgi per Johannem Schottum Argent., anno gratiæ 1503, 4to. (1010) Pearson, £9 5334 The Shepheards Kalendar, newly augmented and corrected, wood-engravings, black letter, in the original calf, Printed by Robert Ibbitson, 1656, folio (1013) ["A Midsummer Night's Dream." sure."]
5335 Turbervile (George). The Book of Falconrie, or Hawking, now newly revised, corrected and augmented, black letter. woodcuts, dedication (3 leaves) to the Earl of Warwick from the original edition inserted, 51 extra plates inserted, consisting of illustrations by F. Barlow, coloured figures of falcons and eggs by Lewin, and engravings by Howitt, etc., morocco extra, g.e., by C. Lewis, T. Purfoot, 1611, 4to. . (1014) Wood, £16
Berry, £14 "Measure for Mea
["Much Ado about Nothing."]
5336 Valerius (Adrian). Neder-landtsche Gedenck-Clanck. Kortelick openbarende de voornaemste geschiedenissen van de seventhien Nederlandsche Provintien, 't sedert den aenvang der Inlandsche beroerten ende troublen, tot den Jare 1625, plates, Tot Haerlem, 1626, 4to. (1015) Dodd, £10
["King Henry the Fifth."]
5337 Vecellio (Cæsare). Habiti Antichi et Moderni di diverse parti del Mondo, illustrated with wood engravings of costumes, trades, etc. after the designs of Titian, each page being surrounded by a woodcut border, morocco, Venetia, I. Sessa, 1598, 4to. (1016) Pearson, £9 9s.
["The Tempest." "Othello."]
5338 Shakespeare (W.) Works, the Text formed from a New Collation of the early editions, to which are added the Original Novels on which the Plays are founded, etc. by
J. O. Halliwell, portraits, views, facsimiles, etc. and woodcuts by F. W. Fairholt, 16 vol., original half binding, uncut, 1853-65, folio (1019) Mason, £65 [One hundred and fifty copies were printed for subscribers, each of which contain Mr. Halliwell's signed guarantee. Five very interesting letters in reference to this edition of Shakespeare were inserted.—Catalogue.]
[JUNE 4TH AND 5TH, 1902.]
PUTTICK & SIMPSON.
THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE MR. HENRY SQUIRE, AND OTHER PROPERTIES.
(No. of Lots, 620; amount realised, £595 1s.)
5339 Alken (Henry). Involuntary Thoughts, a series of 8 original coloured plates by H. Alken, morocco, McLean, 1824, oblong 4to. (575) Cartwright, £3 10s. 5340 America. Miscellanies, vol. 1 (all published) contains Speech to the Western Indians, Lake Mitchigan, Red River, Letter from a Mohock War Chief, Words selected from the Ottawa and Chippawa Languages, etc., half calf, Dumfries, 1813, 4to. (541) H. Stevens, I IIS.
5341 Angelo (D.) School of Fencing, and Explanation of the Attitudes and Positions, 47 plates, with descriptions in French and English, half bound, 1765, oblong folio (574) Cartwright, £2 4s. 5342 Angelo (H.) Fencing Positions, original edition, 47 plates, with proposals for printing and subscriber's name in MS. (imperfect, w. a. f.), 1763, folio (602) Scotti, £1 8s. 5343 Arcussia (C. D.) La Fauconnerie divisee en dix parties contenues à la page sixième, plates, calf gilt, by Zaehnsdorf, Rouen, 1644, small 4to. (521) Harting, £3 155. 5344 Atkinson (J.) State of Agriculture and Grazing in New South Wales, coloured plates, half calf, 1826, 8vo. (356)
J. Grant, £1 16s. 5345 Bickham (G., jun.) A Curious Antique Collection of Bird'seye Views of the Counties of England and Wales, calf gilt, 1796, 4to. (253) Spencer, £3 5346 Billings (R. W.) Baronial and Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Scotland, complete in 60 parts, plates, n. d., 4to. (220)
Maggs, £2 5347 Boke of the Revelacion of Sanct Jhon the Devine, done into Englyshe by William Tyndale (one of 54 copies), vellum, Ashdene Press, 1901, small 4to. (52) Elliott, £2 5348 Combe (W.) Tour of Dr. Syntax in Search of the Picturesque,