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1598 Bewick. Select Fables, with cuts designed and engraved by

T. and J. Bewick and others previous to the year 1784, with Memoir and descriptive Catalogue of the Works of Messrs. Bewick, largest size (imperial), mor, ex., t. e. 8., uncut, by Bedford, Newcastle, 1820, 8vo. (31)

Bowden, £17 1os. 1599 Bewick.

Goldsmith and Parnell's Poems, with full-page plates and vignettes by Thomas and J. Bewick, Bulmer's ed., ist ed. with these cuts, original bds., uncut as issued, 1795, 4to. (32)

Robson, £3 los. 1600 Bewick. Natural History of British Quadrupeds, Foreign

Quadrupeds, British Birds, Water Birds, Foreign Birds, Fishes, Reptiles, Serpents and Insects, with 247 engravings on wood by Thomas Bewick, the 7 parts complete, with the general title, i vol., cf. ex., gt. edge, by Bedford, with all the original covers preserved, Alnwick, W. Davison, 1809. (33)

Maggs, £1 12s. 1601 Bewick. Somervile (W.) The Chase: a Poem, with wood

cuts by Bewick, and printed in large type by Bulmer,

original bds., uncut, 1796, 4to. (34) Robson, É3 175. 6d. 1602 Bickham (G.) Collection of Bird's-Eye Views of the Several

Counties in England and Wales, exhibiting a pleasing landscape of each county, front. and 46 plates, cf. ex.,

panel sides, gt. edge, by Rivière, 1796, 4to. (35) Ellis, £3 5s. 1603 Blades (W.) Enemies of Books, with plates, 1st ed., uncut, -1880, 8vo. (36)

Molini, £i 16s. 1604 Boccaccio's Decameron, containing a Hundred Curious

Novels, portrait, cf., gt. edge, 1684, fol. (37) Ridler, £ 1 6s. 1605 Bon Ton Magazine (The New), or Telescope of the Times,

from May, 1818, to April, 1821, 36 numbers in 6 vol. complete, with 32 coloured plates, cf. ex., gt. edge, by Rivière,

plates complete as issued, 1818-21, 8vo. (38) Ellis, £ 10 ios. 1606 Boxiana, or Sketches of Ancient and Modern Pugilism, com

prising the only Original and Complete Lives of the Boxers, by Pierce Egan, illustrated with numerous portraits of celebrated pugilists, including 5 illustrations by G. Cruikshank, 5 vol., mor. ex., tooled backs, t. e. g., uncut, by Rivière, n. d., 8vo. (40)

Walford, £15. 1607 Boxing Athletic Exercise, or the Science of Boxing dis

played, an account of celebrated Boxers from the time of Broughton, 1742 to 1788, front., cf. gt., uncut, 1788, 8vo. (41)

Grego, £ius. 1608 Boyd (Zacharie). Last Battle of the Soul in Death, edited

with Life by G. Neil, portrait on India paper and facsimiles, 300 copies printed, uncut, Glasgow, 1831, 8vo. (42)

Bull, £i is. 1609 Brassey (Sir T.) The British Navy, its Strength, Resources,

and Administration, 5 vol., plates, plans and woodcuts, cl., 1882-3, 8vo. (45)

Jackson, £2 8s. 1610 Breviary (Roman). Reformed by order of the Holy Ecu.

menical Council of Trent, published by order of Pope St. Pius V, and Revised by Clement VIII and Urban VIII, translated by John, Marquess of Bute, 2 vol., cl., Blackwood, 1879, 8vo. (46)

Bull, £1 45.

1611 Bruce Family. Family Records of the Bruces, and the

Cumyns, with Historical Introduction and Appendix by

M. E. Cumming Bruce, cl., 1870, 4to. (49) Bull, £ 1 6s. 1612 Brummell (Beau). Life of George Brummell, Esq., com

monly called Beau Brummell, by Capt. Jesse, 2 vol., cl., 1844, 8vo. (50)

Pearson, £i 125. 1613 Bucaniers of America, a True Account of the most remark.

able Assaults committed of late years upon the Coasts of the West-Indies by English and French Bucaniers, written in Dutch by John Esquemeling, one of the Bucaniers, faithfully rendered into English, with the Second Volume, containing the Dangerous Voyage and Bold Attempts of Capt. B. Sharp, by B. Ringrose, the 4 parts complete in 2 vol. with portraits of the Bucaniers, maps and plates of battles, actions at sea, etc., tall copies in sprinkled cf. ex.,

gt. edge, by Bedford, 1684-5, 4to. (51) Bain, £18 ios. 1614 Bull Fights. Coleccion de las Principales Suertes de una

Corrida des Toros Grabada por Luis Fernandez Noseret, 13 plates of Bull Fights, hf. rus., n. d., 8vo. (52)

£2 195. 1615 Burney. Musical Travels through England, by Joel Collier

(J. L. Bicknell), mor., gt. edge, a satire upon Dr. Burney,

and bought up and burnt, 1785, 8vo. (55) Robson, £1 145. 1616 Burns (R.) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, 2nd ed.,

considerably enlarged, with portrait, 2 vol., presentation copy from the Author “to Mrs. Riddell, of Woodley Park, Un gage d'Amitié le plus sincère—The Author," Edinb., 1793, 8vo. (56)

Bain, £83. 1617 Burns (R.) Works (Poetry and Prose), edited by Wm. Scott

Douglas, 6 vol. with 31 plates on India paper, and each plate being in duplicate, proofs on India paper before the letters, printed upon large imperial Whatman paper, cl.,

uncut, as issued, Edinb., 1877-9, 8vo. (57) Sotheran, £3 5s. 1618 Burns (R.) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, portrait

after Nasmyth, mor. ex., gt. edge, by Rivière, tall copy with rough 11., 1st Edinburgh ed., and 2nd ed. of the book, ib., 1787, 8vo. (58)

Stevens, £7. 1619 Burton (J. H.) The Book Hunter, etc., ist ed. on LARGE

PAPER, 25 copies printed, mor. antique, tooled in blind and

gold, by Rivière, Blackwood, 1862, 4to. (60) Ellis, £6 1os. 1620 Burton (J. H.) The Book Hunter, etc., new ed., with

Memoir and Index, full length etched portrait, vignettes, etc., cl., as issued, 1882, 8vo. (61)

Roe, £1 75. 1621 Butler (S.) Hudibras in Three Parts, written in the Time of

the late Wars, edited, with Preface, by Z. Grey, 2 vol., portrait by Vertue, and plates by Hogarth, mor., gt. back and sides, gt. edge, best edition, Camb. and Lond., 1744, 8vo. (62)

Pearson, £2 ios. 1622 Byron (Lord). Waltz : an Apostrophic Hymn by Horace

Hornem, Esq., ist ed., mor. ex., gt. edge, by Bedford,

printed by T. Gosnell, 1813, 4to. (63) Harvey £50. 1623 (Byron (Lord)]. Poems on Various Occasions, Virginibus

Puerisque, Canto, ist ed., mor. ex., gt. back, gt. edge, by
Bedford, pp. I and 144, Newark, printed by S. and ).
Ridge, 1807, 8vo. (64)

F. Sabin, £:46.

(65)

1624 Byron (Lord). Hours of Idleness, a series of Poems, original

and translated, mor. ex., t. e. g., uncut, by Bedford, ist ed., Newark, printed and sold by S. and J. Ridge, 1807, 8vo.

Holden, £7 155 1625 Byron (Lord). Hours of Idleness, a series of Poems, original

and translated, ist. ed., mor. ex., tooled back and sides, leather joints, doublé, by Rivière, Newark, printed and sold

by S. and J. Ridge, 1807, 8vo. (66) Robson, £6 6s. 1626 Byron (Lord). Don Juan, Cantos i and 2, 4to.—Cantos 3 to

16, 8vo., all ist eds., cf. ex., gt. edge, uniform, by Bedford, T. Davidson, 1819-21 ; John Hunt, 1823-24, 8vo. (67)

Ellis, £ 5 1os. 1627 Byron (Lord). Fugitive Pieces, a facsimile reprint of the

suppressed edition of 1806, 100 copies privately printed by Whittingham, uncut as issued, 1886, 8vo. (68) Ellis, £2 IS.

Only three copies of the original are extant. 1628 Byron (Lord). Poetical Works, with plates after Turner,

engraved by Finden, 10 vol., cf. gt., Murray, 1866, 8vo. (69)

Rimell, £2 8s. 1629 Cardan (H. Medici Mediolanensis). Metoposcopia, libris

tredecim et Octingentis faciei Humanæ Eiconibus Complexa, with 796 figures of male and female heads, mor. ex., gt. back and sides, gt. edge, hy Bedford, Lutetiæ Parisiorum, 1658, fol. (72)

Robson, £2 18s. 1630 Cardonnel (Adam de). Picturesque Antiquities of Scotland,

the 4 parts complete, 100 plates quarto size, printed on one side only, early impressions, map inserted, hf. cf., 1788-93, 4to. (73)

Maggs, £1 45. 1631 Carlaverock (Nicolas N. H.) The Siege of Carlaverock in

28 Edward I, A.D. 1300, with the arms of the earls, barons, and knights who were present, with a History of the Castle, etc., arms emblazoned, some plates inserted, hf. mor., marbled edge, 1828, 4to. (74)

Bull, £2 8s. 1632 Cash (Martin). Adventures, containing a Faithful Account

of his Exploits while a Bushranger under Arms in Tasmania in company with Kavanagh and Jones in 1843, edited by J. L. Burke, mor. ex., gt. back, gt. edge, by Bedford, Hobart Town, 1870, 8vo. (75)

Bain, £4 7s. 6d. 1633 Catalogue of the Classic Contents of Strawberry Hill, col

lected by Horace Walpole, sold in 1842–Catalogue of Rare Prints, Illustrated Works, and Engraved Portraits, collected by Horace Walpole, sold in 1842, the 2 Sale Catalogues

with printed prices, cf., gt. edge, 4to. (90) Howell, £1. 1634 Catalogue of the Syston Park Library, sold Dec. 1884, ruled,

with prices and names, hf. mor., uncut (91) 1635 Cervantes. History of the Ingenious Gentleman Don

Quixote of La Mancha, translated from the Spanish by P. A. Motteux, 4 vol., with 37 full-paged etched plates by A. Lalauze, LARGEST PAPER, printed upon Whatman paper, imp. size, proofs of the plates upon India paper before the letters, and each plate in duplicate, 50 copies printed, cl., uncut as issued, Edinb., 1879, 8vo. (95) Roe, £2 18s.

£1 55.

1636 Chalmers (Geo.) Caledonia, or an Account, Historical and

Topographic, of North Britain, from the most Ancient to the Present Times, with a Dictionary of Places, Chorographical and Philological, map and plates, LARGE PAPER, a few copies printed, rus. ex., tooled back and sides, t. e. g., uncut, 3 vol., 1807-24, 4to. (96)

Hopkins, 29 155. 1637 Charles I. The Oglio of Traytors, Including the Illegal

Tryall of his late Majesty, with Catalogue of their Names that sat as Judges, with the proceedings against Col. J. Pen

ruddock, etc., mor. ex., gt. edge, 1660 (98) Graves, £ 1 155. 1638 Chisney (Samuel, of Newmarket). Genius Genuine, a fine

part in Riding a Race known only to the Author, a Guide
to Train Horses for Running, with account of the Prince's.
Horse Escape, mor., t. e. g., uncut, by Rivière, 1804, 8vo.
(100)

Ellis, £375. 6d. 1639 Cobbold (Rev. R.) History of Margaret Catchpole, a Suf

folk Girl, with 8 illustrations designed by the author, 3 vol., ist ed., tree cf. ex., gt. edge, by Rivière, 1845, 8vo. (104)

Sotheran, £2 16s. 1640 Cockfighting. Cocking and its Votaries, by S. A. T., pri

vately printed, cf., t. e. g., n. d., 8vo. (106) Bain, £4 25. 6à. 1641 Cockfighting Directions for Breeding Game Cocks, with

Methods of Treating them, and Instructions for Choice of a Cock and Hens for Breeding, etc., front of a cockfight, mor. ex., t. e. g., uncut, by Bedford, 1780, 8vo. (107)

Howell, £ 20 175. 6d. 1642 Cockfighting. The_Royal Pastime of Cockfighting, or the

Art of Breeding, Feeding, Fighting, and Curing Cocks of the Game, by R. H., front. of a cockfight, mor., emblem

atically tooled, gt. edge, 1709, 8vo. (108) Bain, ku 5s. 1643 Collier . Payne). Bibliographical and Critical Account of

the Rarest Books in the English Language, alphabetically arranged, with an Index, 2 vol., a small number of copies

printed, hf. rox., uncut, 1865, 8vo. (112) Bain, £i 18s. 1644 Cook (Capt.) Catalogue of the different Specimens of

Cloth collected during the three Voyages of Capt. Cook 10 the Southern Hemisphere, with a particular Account of the Manufacture in the Islands of the South Seas, 1787, 4to. (113)

Holden, £ 5 12s. 6d. 1645 Crimean War. The Seat of War in the East, by William

Simpson, the 2 series in i vol., 81 large lithographic plates, hf. mor., gt. edge, Colnaghi, 1855-56, 8vo. (115)

Maggs, £1 35. 1646 Croker (T. Crofton). Walk from London to Fulham, edited

by T. F. Dillon Croker, etc., Illustrated by F. W. Fairholt,

cf. ex., gt. edge, by Bedford, 1860, 8vo. (116) Bumpus, £1. 1647 Cruikshank. Ainsworth (W. Harrison), Rookwood, a

Romance, with illustrations by George Cruikshank and portrait by Maclise, mor. ex., full gt. back, t. e. g., uncut,

by Bedford, J. Macrone, 1836, 8vo. (118) Robson, £7 75. 1648 Cruikshank. Ainsworth (W. Harrison), Jack Sheppard, a

romance, ist ed., with 27 illustrations by George Cruik. shank and a portrait, 3 vol., mor. ex., full gt. backs, t e. g., uncut, by Bedford, Bentley, 1839, 8vo. (119) Ellis, £11.

1649 Cruikshank. Ainsworth (W. Harrison), The Tower of

London, an Historical Romance, ist ed., with 40 full-page and 58 woodcut engravings by George Cruikshank, hf. cf., 1840, 8vo. (120)

Smith, £2 ios. 1650 Cruikshank. Illustrations to the Tower of London, 40 full

page plates by G. Cruikshank printed upon LARGE PAPER, proofs upon India paper before the letters, a few sets taken off in this state, the last plate (placed first) being signed by the artist as first proof, bd. in mor. ex. by Rivière, fol. (121)

Harvey, £49. 1651 Cruikshank. Ainsworth (W. Harrison), Guy Fawkes, or the

Gunpowder Treason, an Historical Romance, ist ed., with 22 illustrations by George Cruikshank, 3 vol., original cl., uncut, 1841, 8vo. (122)

Bain, £21 5s. 1652 Cruikshank. Ainsworth (W. Harrison), Miser's Daughter,

a Tale, ist ed., with 20 illustrations by George Cruikshank 3 vol., presentation copy to “Mrs. George Cruikshank with the author's very kind regards,” also George Cruikshank's autograph in each volume, original cl., uncut, 1842, 8vo. (123)

Pearson, £42. 1653 Cruikshank. Illustrations to the Miser's Daughter, 20 full

page plates by G. Cruikshank, taken off on LARGE PAPER, India proofs before the letters (the first two with the letters), the earliest state, a few copies issued, bd. in mor. ex., t. e. g., uncut, 1842, fol. (124)

Harvey, £23 ios. 1654 Cruikshank. Ainsworth (W. Harrison), Windsor Castle, an

Historical Romance, ist ed., with plates by George Cruikshank, 3 vol., original cl., uncut, 1843, 8vo. (125)

Pearson, £9. 1655 Cruikshank. Illustrations to Windsor Castle, 14. full-page

plates by G. Cruikshank, proofs on India paper before the letters were engraved on the plates, earliest state on LARGE PAPER, a few copies issued, mor. ex., st. edge, by Rivière, fol. (126)

Harvey, £23. 1656 Cruikshank. Ainsworth (W. Harrison), Saint James's, or the

Court of Queen Anne, an Historical Romance, ist ed., with illustrations by George Cruikshank, 3 vol., cf. ex.,

t. e. g., uncut, 1844, 8vo. (127) Walford, £4 ios. 6d. 1657 Cruikshank. Anstey (C.), New Bath Guide, or Memoirs of

the B-- N- R- D- Family in a Series of Poetical Epistles, ist ed., with plates by G. Cruikshank, cf. ex., gt. edge, by Bedford, with Cruikshank's plates, 1830, 8vo. (128)

Slater, £4 4s. 1658 Cruikshank. Bacchus and the Tee-Totallers, by Rumfusticus

Bibulus, Esq., with six coloured illustrations by R. Cruikshank, tree cf. ex., gt. edge, by Bedford, 1841, 4to. (129)

Holborn, 42 18s. 1659 Cruikshank. The Bachelor's Own Book, being the Progress

of Mr. Lambkin, Gent., in the Pursuit of Pleasure and Amusement, and also in Search of Health and Happiness, designed, etched, and published by George Cruikshank, 24 designs on 12 plates, cf. ex., t. e. g., uncut, by Bedford, with the original cover bound up, 1884, oblong 12mo. (130)

Harvey, L4

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