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6820 Chaucer (Geoffrey). Workes, newlie printed, with divers

addicions, whiche were never in print before, with the Siege and Destruction of the Citee of Thebes by Jhon Lidgate (edited by John Stow), black letter. title within woodcut border, with the King in Council above and Grafton's Device below, genealogical titles, woodcuts and ornamental initials, plain margins of 2 leaves after title mended, some leaves written in by “Misteris Ann Byham,” whose signature is on back of title, oaken boards, stamped ornamental leather (rebacked), a fine, large and sound copy, Jhon

Kyngston for John Wight, 1561, folio (1210) Maggs, £15 iOS. 6821 Chaucer (Geoffrey). Works, now newly imprinted, edited by

F. S. Ellis, ornamented with pictures designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, numerous elaborate woodcut borders and fine initial letters, boards, uncut, presentation copy, with inscription on Ay-leaf, “To Kate Faulkner, from William Morris, July 7th, 1896," 1896, royal folio (1227)

Leighton, £72 6822 Chesterfield (Earl of). Letters to his Son, portrait by Vitalba,

2 vol., original boards, 1774, 4to. (539). Denham, £10 155. 6823 Cicero (M. T.) Orationes, illuminated in gold and colours,

vellum, editio princeps, Printed by Valdarfer, Venice, 1471, folio (544)

Quaritch, £10 6824 Colden (Cadwallader D.) Memoir, prepared at the request

of the Common Council of the City of New York at the Celebration of the completion of the New York Canals, 47 maps, portraits and plates, including views of towns and villages on the route, engravings of the various fire engine companies in the procession, medals and badges, etc., original embossed calf gilt, New York, printed by the Corporation, 1825, 4to. (1140)

Denham, £2 125. 6825 Cromwell. Proclamations by the Lord Protector Oliver

Cromwell for Prohibiting Horse-Races for Six Months, 1654-Declaration appointing a Council of State, 1653– Against Drunkenness, Profane Swearing, etc. (single sheets), folio (265)

Pickering, 42 25. 6826 Cupid (The). A Collection of Love Songs, in twelve parts,

suited to twelve different sorts of Lovers, plates, original calf, 1736, 8vo. (977)

Pickering, Eu 175. 6827 Cussans (J. E.) History of Hertfordshire, containing an

Account of the Descents of the various Manors, Pedigrees of Families, Antiquities, etc., LARGE PAPER, bound in 8 vol., numerous engravings, uncut, Hertford, 1870-81, folio (1249)

Cooke, £20 [This copy was illustrated with about 600 old and modern engravings, autograph letters, old parchment deeds (some with the seals), a great quantity of cuttings from newspapers and periodicals, extracts from various historical and topographical works, autograph memoranda, funeral sermons, pedigrees, advertisements of sales of land, old and most interesting transcripts of deeds, rubbings from brasses, monuments, church notices, etc.- Catalogue.]

6828 D'Avenant (Sir W.) Works. (Poems and Plays.) Consisting

of those which were formerly printed and those which he designed for the press, now published out of the original copies, first collected edition, portrait by Faithorne, morocco extra, g. e., 1673, folio (898)

W. Brown, £2 18s. 6829 De Foe (Daniel). The Memoirs of an English Officer, Who

serv'd in the Dutch War in 1672, to the Peace of Utrecht, in 1713. Containing Several Remarkable Transactions, both by Sea and Land, . . . . Together with a Description of many Cities, Towns, and Countries in which he resided ; their Manners and Customs, as well Religious as Civil . . with .. Observations on their Monasteries and Nunneries, more particularly of the famous one at Montserat. On the Bull-Feasts and other publick Diversions ; etc., LARGE PAPER, old morocco extra, g. e., first edition, 1728, 8vo. (82)

Sabin, £4 45. 6830 Defoe (1.) Novels and Miscellaneous Works, 20 vol.

(wanted Moll Flanders), half vellum, m. e., Oxford, 1840, etc., 8vo. (831)

Edwards, £2 25. 6831 Dennis (John). Letters upon Several Occasions, written by

and between Mr. Dryden, Mr. Wycherly, Mr. . Mr. Congreve and Mr. Dennis, with a New Translation, etc., annotated by Malone, 1696, half calf, 8vo. (1018)

Ripley, £12 6832 Dibdin (Rev. T. F.) The Bibliographical Decameron, or Ten

Days' pleasant Discourse upon Illuminated Manuscripts and Subjects connected with Early Engraving and Topography and Bibliography, 3 vol., plates and other illustrations, half morocco, g. t., uncut, 1817, 8vo. (803)

Ellis, £8 5s. 6833 Dickens (Charles). Nicholas Nickleby, first edition, illustra

tions by“ Phiz,” presentation copy with inscription, “Mrs. George Cattermole, from hers faithfully, Charles Dickens," also an autograph letter from Charles Dickens to Mrs. Cattermole inserted, morocco gilt, 1839, 8vo. (32)

Sabin, £25 ios. 6834 Dickens (Charles). Works, “Gadshill Edition,” 34 vol., with

Introductions, General Essay and Notes by Andrew Lang, and all the original illustrations, uncut, t.e.g., 1897, 8vo. (1036)

Hammond, £5 155. 6835 Dorat. Les Baisers, précédés du Mois de Mai, poëme, frontis

piece by Eisen, engraved by Ponce, plate by Eisen, engraved by De Longueil, vignettes, fleuron on the title, and culs-delampe by Eisen and Marillier, engraved by Aliamet, etc., morocco, doublé after a pattern by Derome by Belz-Niédrée, La Haye et Paris, 1770, 8vo. (85)

Quaritch, £25 [A copy on large Holland paper, with the title in red. One of the vignettes and 3 culs-de-lampe were tirage à part.

- Catalogue.) 6836 Drollery. The Loves of Hero and Leander, a mock Poem,

with Marginall Notes, and other choice Pieces of Drollery, fine large copy, unbound, 1653, 8vo. (86) Pearson, £ó 6837 Dugdale (Sir W.) Monasticon Anglicanum, a History of the

Abbies and other Monasteries, Hospitals, Frieries, etc. in England and Wales, enlarged by Caley, Ellis and Bandinel, 8 vol., 250 engravings and woodcuts, half morocco, g. t., uncut, 1846, folio (914)

Roche, £12 6838 Dumas (Alex.) Une Visite de Noces, Comédie en un acte,

portrait by Legenisel, first edition, half morocco, uncut, Paris, 1872, 8vo. (947)

B. F. Stevens, £2 155. [The dedication copy printed on Holland paper, with (signed) autograph inscription from the author to Henri

Mirault, to whom the book is dedicated. -- Catalogue.] 6839 Dumas (Alex.) Une Visite de Noces, Comédie en un acte, original wrapper, uncut, Paris, 1884, 8vo. (949)

Pickering, £2 is. [One of the 25 examples printed on Whatman paper,

with (signed) autograph inscription from the author to Albert

Wolff.—Catalogue.] 6840 Dumas (Alex.) La Femme de Claude, Pièce avec Préface, first edition, original wrapper, uncut, Paris, 1873, 8vo. (951)

B. F. Stevens, £2 16s. [Special edition, limited to 31 copies, the present being one of the 25 printed on Holland paper with (signed) autograph inscription from the author to Ernest Doré. ---Cata

logue.] 6841 Dumas (Alex.) Les Idées de Mme. Aubray, Comedie en

quatre Actes, en prose, first edition, morocco extra, g. e., Paris, 1867, 8vo. (952)

B. F. Stevens, £3 55. [One of the few copies printed on China paper, with (signed) autograph inscription from the author to Ernest

Doré.--Catalogue.] 6842 Dumas (Alex.) L'Ami des Femmes, Comédie en cinq Actes,

en prose, first edition, morocco extra, watered silk linings, g. e., Paris, 1864, 8vo. (953)

Maggs, £2 25. (With (signed) autograph inscription from the author to

Mme. E. Doré.Catalogue.] 6843 Ellis (G.) Specimens of the Early English Poets, morocco,

inlaid with blue and red, 1790, 8vo. (87) Sharp, £3 145.

[This binding, executed at the end of the last century, was an exact pattern of one of Padeloup's masterpieces.

Catalogue.) 6844 Emaux (Les) de Pelitot du Musée Impérial du Louvre, 2 vol.,

LARGE PAPER, numerous oval portraits of celebrated personages of the time of Louis XIV., engraved by Ceroni, India proofs before the letters, morocco super extra, g. e., by Holloway, 1862, 4to. (209)

Parsons, £8 155. 6845 Evelyn (John) and S. Pepys. Memoirs, Diaries and Corres

pondence, edited by W. Bray and Lord Braybrooke, both works, 10 vol., extended to 11 vol. by the insertion of upwards of 650 portraits and illustrations, many scarce, mostly inlaid, morocco gilt, t. e. g., 1827-28, 8vo. (572)

Sotheran, 416 1os. 6846 Fergusson (James). Tree and Serpent Worship, or Illustrations of Mythology and Art in India in the First and Fourth Centuries after Christ, second edition, revised, 100 plates, half morocco, t. e. g., 1873, 4to. (224)

Sotheran, £6 6s. 6847 Fitzgerald (Edward). Agamemnon, a Tragedy taken from

Æschylus, with corrections in the author's autograph, only a small number privately printed, blue wrapper, uncut, no

printer's name or date, 8vo. (1008) B. F. Stevens, £18 6848 Fitzgerald (Edward). Rubaiyát of Omar Khayyam, the

Astronomer Poet of Persia, translated into English Verse, first edition, MS. correction of a letter on page 4 by the translator, original wrapper, uncut, B. Quaritch, 1859, small 4to. (1009)

B. F. Stevens, £35 6849 Flaubert (Gustave). Madame Bovary-Moeurs de Province,

first edition, 2 vol., with the original wrappers bound in cloth, uncut, with (signed) autograph inscription from the author, Paris, 1857, 8vo. (946)

Sabin, £2 6850 Froissart (Sir J.). Chronicles of England, France, Spain,

etc., translated by T. Johnes, bound in 3 vol., with Humphreys' facsimile illustrations, in gold and colours, added, vellum gilt, gilt gaufré edges (wanted printed title to vol. i., other printed titles had been altered), with all faults, W. Smith, 1842, 8vo. (571)

Maggs, £ 5 175. 6d. 6851 Gainsborough (Thomas R. A.) Engravings from his Works,

125 portraits and fancy subjects, by J. Scott, G. H. Every, G. Sanders, etc., India proofs, half morocco, H. Graves, n. d., folio (7)

Parsons, £8 175. 6d. 6852 Gay (John). The Captives, a Tragedy, first edition, calf extra, gilt leaves, by Rivière, 1724, 8vo. (160)

Hunter, 14s. 6d. 6853 Gillray. The Works of James Gillray, the Caricaturist, edited

by T. Wright, numerous illustrations, further illustrated by the insertion of 53 large coloured caricature portraits and illustrations by Ĝillray, morocco super extra, t. e. g., by

Kauffman, Chatto, n. d., 4to. (599) Edwards, £2 9s. 6854 Goldsmith (O.) The Vicar of Wakefield, first edition, 2 vol.,

original calf (one cover broken), Salisbury, B. Collins for J. Newbery, 1766, 8vo. (1179)

Sabin, £77 6855 Goldsmith (O.) The Beauties of English Poesy, selected by

Oliver Goldsmith, 2 vol., first edition, old calf, 1767, 8vo. (91)

Shepherd, £ 1 6s. (With preface by Goldsmith, and introductory criticisms to each piece. The compiler himself says that of all his compilations his selection of English Poesy “showed most

the art of progression.”—Catalogue.] 6856 Goldsmith (O.) The Citizen of the World, or Letters from a

Chinese Philosopher residing in London to his friends in the East, first edition, 2 vol., morocco extra, g. e., 1762, 8vo. (161)

Hunter, £3 ios. 6857 Goldsmith (O.) Life of Richard Nash, of Bath, Esq., fine

portrait, first edition, fine uncut copy, morocco extra, t. e. g., by Rivière, 1762, 8vo. (162)

Pearson, £8 6858 Goldsmith (0.) History of England in a Series of Letters

from a Nobleman to his Son, first edition, 2 .vol., fine copy, contemporary morocco extra, gilt leaves, with the arms on sides of the Earl of Harrington, 1764, 8vo. (163)

Hunter, £ 1 18s. 6859 Goldsmith (O.) She Stoops to Conquer, or The Mistakes of

a Night, a Comedy, as it is Acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, first edition, with the very rare half title, morocco, g. e., 1773, 8vo. (164)

Pearson, £12 125. 6860 Goldsmith (O.) An Enquiry into the Present State of Polite

Learning in Europe, first edition, fine copy, original calf, 1759, 8vo. (165)

Pearson, 3 6861 Goldsmith (0.) The Good Natur'd Man, a Comedy as per

formed at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, first edition, calf extra, g. e., 1768, 8vo. (166)

Hunter, 16s. 6862 Gould (John). A Century of Birds from the Himalaya Moun

tains, with the Text, 80 large coloured plates, half russia, 1831, folio (236)

Sotheran, £5 125. 6863 Gould (John). Monograph of the Ramphastidae, or Family

of Toucans, large coloured plates, with Descriptive Text, half morrcco, 1834, folio (237)

Maggs, £3 185 6864 Grammont, Memoirs of, by Count A. Hamilton, with Notes

and Illustrations, fine impressions of the 76 portraits, morocco extra, t. e. g., uncut, Harding, n. d., 4to. (517)

Robson, £4 6865 Gribelin (S.) Six Pictures of Paolo Veronese, J. Tintoretto,

old Palma, Julio Romano and A. Schivone, engraved from the Originals at Windsor and Kensington, old morocco, entirely covered with gold tooling, g. e., from the library of Mrs. Mary Nicol, 1712, folio (546)

Pearson, 49 [This copy sold in the Beckford Sale, 1882, for £13 10s.

- Catalogue.] 6866 H. B. (J. Doyle). Political Sketches, etc., a Series of Political

Portraits, forming an Illustrated Record of the most important and interesting Events which have taken place in this country from the year 1829 to March 19, 1851, a perfect set in 9 vol., 917 plates, half morocco, g. e.--Descriptive Key

to plates i to 600, 8vo., 1841, folio (665) E. G. Allen, £6 55. 6867 Henri II. Institutionum Civilium ab Justiniano Caesare

Editarum Libri III., ad illustriss. principem Navarae reginam per Eguinarium Baronem Juriscons, ruled in red, original calf

, Pictavis (Poitiers) ex officina Eng. Marnesii, 1555, 4to. (532)

Pearson, £19 (This example of the library of Henri II. formed part of the library of Baron Double, who describes it in his

“Cabinet d'un Curieux.”—ED.) 6868 Heures à lusage de Rome, printed on vellum, with many full

page woodcuts and elaborate woodcut borders to every page, old half calf, Imprimées a Paris le cinquiesme jour i Apuril lan mil cinq cens et trois (1503), par Jehan Pychore et Remy de Laistre, royal 8vo. (486) Leighton, £un [One of the rarest and most interesting of the early

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