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7032 Beaumont (F.) and John Fletcher. Comedies and Tragedies,

never before printed, and now published by the Author's Originall Copie, first collected edition, fine impression of the portrait of Fletcher by Marshall, original calf, H. Robinson and H. Moseley, 1647, folio (1127)

Sabin, £1255. 7033 Biblia Sacra Latina, gothic letter, first edition, printed by Jenson,

in his smaller type, double columns, the initial letters illuminated in burnished gold and colours, the smaller ones rubricated (two last leaves defective, a few stained, not subject to return, otherwise a fine copy), old calf, re-backed,

Venetiis, N. Jenson, 1476, folio (819) Ridler, £3 45. 7034 Bibliographica. Papers on Books, their History and Art,

vol. i. io ii., illustrations of rare and beautiful bindings, and numerous facsimiles, etc., half morocco, uncut, t. e. g., 1895-97, 4to. (161)

Steele, £4 7035 Bonifacius VII. Papa. Liber sextus Decretalium cum apparatu

Johannis Andree, gothic later, the capitals illuminated and rubricated throughout, large clean copy, half bound, Argent., H Eggestein (1470), folio (790)

Leighton, £23s. 7036 Botticelli (S.). Drawings for Dante's Divina Commedia,

reduced facsimiles after the originals in the Royal Museum, Berlin, and in the Vatican Library, with Introduction by F. Lippmann, 1896, 4to. (920)

Cartwright, £2 7037 Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery. A Collection of Prints to

Illustrate Shakespeare, from Pictures of the Artists of
Great Britain, 100 large plates, including portraits of King
George III. and Queen Charlotte, 2 vol., half russia
(broken), J. and J. Boydell, 1803, imperial atlas folio (1431)

Holding, £15 7038 Brandt (S.) Ship of Fools, wherein is shewed the folly of all

States, with other Works adjoined unto, etc., black letter (title damaged and mounted, some leaves repaired and imperfect at the end, sold not subject to return), 118 curious

woodcuts, half calf, 1570, folio (795) Pickering, £4 18s. 7039 British Poets (Works of the). Collated with the Best Editions

by Thomas Park, Sharpe's edition, frontispieces, 44 vol., morocco, line tooled, g. e., 1805-8, 8vo. (1192)

Parsons, £7 75. 7040 Byron (Lord). Poetical Works, 6 vol., portrait, call extra, g. e., fine copy, 1855-56, 8vo. (287)

Bain, 63 6s. 7041 Charles I. Eikon Basiliké, the Pourtraicture of his Sacred

Maiestie in his Solitude and Sufferings, first edition, with the Prayers used by his Majesty, had the leaf of errata, frontispiece mended, contemporary morocco, g: e., with initials C. R., surmounted by a crown, on sides, issued by Charles II. at the Hague, Holland, for presents to his friends, 1648-49, 8vo. (877)

Ridler, £75s. 7042 Charpentier (T. de). Orthoptera Descripta et Depicta, 60

coloured plates, Lipsiae, 1841-45-Libellulinae Europaeae, 48 coloured plates, ib., 1840, both half calf, 4to. (744)

Toon, £455. 7043 Collection Spitzer, La, 6 vol., numerous plates, some in colours, half morocco, t. e. g., 1890-92, folio (1424)

Leighton, £38 7044 Collins (William). Persian Eclogues, written originally for

the Entertainment of the Ladies of Taurus, first edition
(half the word “Persian” on title in facsimile, also the word
“The” on page 3), morocco extra, g. e., 1742, 8vo. (996)

Dobell, £2 25. 7045 Cruikshank (G.) Life of Sir John Falstaff, illustrated by

George Cruikshank, with a biography by R. B. Brough,
first edition, original cloth, uncut, fine clean copy, Long-

mans, 1858, imperial 8vo. (1228) Karslake, £4 2s. 68. 7046 Cruikshank (G.) Points of Humour, first edition, both parts,

with all the plates and vignettes, proofs on India paper, the
vignettes apart from the text, and pasted in, in i vol., half
morocco, t. e. g., others uncut, C. Baldwyn, 1823-4, imperial
8vo. (1226)

Sabin, £ 5 ios. 7047 Cussans (J. E.) History of Hertfordshire, containing an

Account of the Descents of the various Manors, Pedigrees
of Families, Antiquities, etc., 3 vol., LARGE PAPER, one of
75 signed copies, numerous portraits, views and other
illustrations, some of which are coloured, half morocco,
g. e., 1870-81, folio (275)

Edwards, £4 28. 6d. 7048 Daniel (Rev. W. B.) Rural Sports, with Supplement, 4 vol.,

numerous plates by Scott, russia, emblematic tooling, m. e.,
1801-13, 8vo. (494)

Parsons, £2 11s. 7049 Defoe (D.) Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, LARGE

PAPER, fine proof plates after Stothard, 2 vol., calf gilt, g. e.,

by Clyde, Cadell, 1820, royal 8vo. (1146) Toovey, £2 12s. 7050 De la Guerinière. École de Cavalerie, contenant la Connois

sance, l'Instruction, et la Conservation du Cheval, large
folding and other engravings, mottled calf extra, g. e., by

Rivière and Son, 1733, folio (1120) Fontaine, £2 25. 7051 Dickens (C.) Great Expectations, first edition, 3 vol. (titles

written on), original blue cloth, Chapman and Hall, 1861,
8vo. (1272)

Lewine, £8 7052 Dickens (C.) David Copperfield, first edition, illustrations by

H. K. Browne, 1850— Dombey and Son, first edition, illus-
trations by H. K. Browne, 1848, uniform in half morocco,
m. e., 1848-50, 8vo. (962)

Lewine, £ 10 2s. 6d.
[Presentation copies to Dr. Wilson, who attended Mrs.
Dickens in her illness, with autograph letter from Charles
Dickens pasted inside the cover of the first vol. “My dear
Dr. Wilson, I send you the books we spoke of, pray accept
them, with most cordial thanks for all your kindness and
generosity, and for the great consideration and care with
which you treated Mrs. Dickens when she was ill,” etc.,
and the autograph of “Clara Constance Wilson ” in each

vol.Catalogue.] 7053 Dickens (C.) Oliver Twist, plates by George Cruikshank, 3

vol., first edition, half morocco, 1838, 8vo. (888) Sabin, £ 26

[Presentation copy, with the author's inscription on title

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of first vol., “J. P. Harley, Esquire, from his very truly, Charles Dickens,” and with Harley's bookplate in each vol.

--Catalogue.) 7054 Du Cange. Glossarium Mediæ et infimae Latinitatis cum

supplementis integris D. P. Carpenterii et Additamentis Adelungii et aliorum digessit G. A. L. Henschel, 7 vol., half

morocco, m. e., Paris, 1840-50, 4to. (735). Quaritch, £5 155. 7055 Dugdale (Sir W.) Monasticon Anglicanum, or the History

of the Ancient Abbies, Monasteries, Hospitals, etc. in England and Wales, with continuation by Stevens, 3 vol., portraits and numerous plates, calf, 1718-23, folio (777)

Bull, £2 16s. 7056 Early English Text Society Publications, 104 parts in 81 vol.,

half calf, contents lettered, r. e., and 3 parts unbound-also the Epinal Glossary, in folio, original boards, 1864-98, 8vo. (631)

George, £12 7057 Ecclesiologist (The), vol. i.-xxix., numerous illustrations, half calf, Cambridge, 1842-68, 8vo. (636)

Bull, £3 125. 7058 Essex Archæological Society. Transactions, vol. i.-v.--and

New Series, vol. i.-vi., in 10 vol.—and duplicates, vol. i. and ii., New Series, all half calf (except vol. v.-vi. in parts), numerous illustrations, Colchester, 1858-93, 8vo. (634)

Walford, £4 6s. 7059 Fielding (H.) History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, first

edition--History of Tom Jones in his Married State, 7 vol., panelled calf extra, 1749-50, 8vo. (893)

Denham, L3 7060 Froude (J. A.) The English in Ireland in the Eighteenth Century, 3 vol., tree calf gilt, m. e., 1872, 8vo. (303)

J. Bumpus, £1 16s. 7061 Froude (J. A.) History of England, from the Fall of Wolsey

to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada, 12 vol., half calf gilt, m. e., 1872, 8vo. (308)

Quaritch, £2 125. 7062 Gardiner (S. R.) Oliver Cromwell, edition de luxe, on

Japanese paper, with an extra set of the photogravure

plates, limited issue, uncut, 1899, 4to. (188) Thorp, 42 155. 7063 Gregorius IX. Nova Compilatio Decretalium, cum Glossa,

gothic letter, the initial letters rubricated, with a few MS. notes, fine copy, old stamped white monastic binding, r. e.,

Venetiis, N. Jenson, 1479, folio (821) Leighton, £t los. 7064 Griffin (G.) The Microcosm, 2 vol., half calf, uncut, Windsor, 1790, 8vo. (894)

Denham, 2 (William Wordsworth's copy, with his autograph signa

ture in each volume.-Catalogue.] 7065 Guillim (John). Display of Heraldry, sixth edition, with large

Additions, with a Treatise of Honour by J. Logan, etc., numerous coats-of-arms, full-length costumed figures, etc., all carefully coloured, half russia, 1724, folio (1319)

Ireland, £13 7066 Haden (Francis Seymour). Études à l'Eau Forte, notice et

descriptions par Philippe Burty, 25 large etchings, besides numerous vignettes, all on India paper, in portfolio, Paris, 1866, folio (385)

Fawcett, £42

7067 Haines (Rev. H.) A Manual of Monumental Brasses, 2 vol., illustrations, 1861, 8vo. (475) Thorp, £2 10s. 7068 Hasted (E.) History of the County of Kent, 12 vol., second edition, maps and plates, half calf, Canterbury, 1797-1801, 8vo. (557) Thorp, £5 7069 Hume and Smollett. History of England, 13 vol., “Oxford English Classics," with the series of portraits by Worthington, calf gilt, m. e., Oxford, 1826-27, 8vo. (282)

Quaritch, £2 125. 7070 Kipling (Rudyard). Echoes, by Two Writers, in the original wrapper, slightly torn, with inscription on fly-leaf," D. C. J. J., d. d. R. K. Aug. 22nd, 1884," and a pencil note by him on each poem (a word only) explaining its nature, Lahore, the "Civil and Military Gazette" Press (1884), 8vo. (924) Denham, £8 5s.

7071 Kipling (Rudyard). Schoolboy Lyrics (printed for private circulation only), in the original light brown wrapper, a little soiled in places, name written on title "Ram Singh," Lahore, printed at the “Civil and Military Gazette" Press, 1881, 8vo. (931) Shepherd, £3 5s.

7072 Kipling (Rudyard).

United Services Proprietary College, Westward Ho, North Devon, School Lists, from April, 1878, to July, 1882, covering the whole period of Kipling's Schooldays, in the original covers, together 13 numbers, 8vo. (227) Denham, Li 7073 Kipling (Rudyard). The United Services College Chronicle, Nos. 1-58, from July 11, 1878, to December 17, 1894 (the last leaf of No. 1 defective), 1878-94, small 4to. (228)

Denham, £5 7s. 6d. 7074 Kipling (Rudyard). Writings in Prose and Verse, edition de luxe, 19 vol., portrait, uncut, 1897-1900, 8vo. (1350)

Spencer, £6 155. 7075 Lecky (W. E. H.) A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, 8 vol., uncut, 1888-90, 8vo. (278) Quaritch, £4 5s. 7076 Lecky (W. E. H.) History of European Morals, from Augustus to Charlemagne, 2 vol., original cloth, uncut, 1869, 8vo. (283) Bain, £2 25. 7077 London and Middlesex Archæological Society Transactions, vol. i.-vi.—Evening Meeting, 1870-4, 1 vol.-New Series, vol. i., part 1—and Series ii., vol. i., part 2, 1860-96, 8vo. (638) Edwards, £2 11s. 7078 [Loveling (M.)] Latin and English Poems, calf, 1741, 8vo. (896) Bain, £4 18s.

[James Boswell's copy, with his autograph, “James Boswell, London, 1786, a present from my much valued friend, Edmund Malone, Esq."; and also in Malone's autograph, "Given by E. Malone to James Boswell, March 3rd, 1787." -Catalogue.]

7079 Lysons. Magna Britannia, being a Topographical Account of several Counties of Great Britain, 6 vol., maps and plates, uncut, 1806-22, 4to. (738) Rimell, £2 45. 7080 Manning and Bray. History and Antiquities of the County


of Surrey, with the Appendix, 3 vol., portrait, maps, plates and pedigrees (the first few leaves of vol. iii. water-stained),

half russia gilt, uncut, 1804-14, folio (779) Thorp, £16 7081 Masson (F.) Stapeliae Novae, or a collection of several New

Species of that Genus discovered in the interior parts of
Africa, 41 coloured plates, half calf, 1796, folio (771)

Toon, £5 55. 7082 Maxwell (W. H.) Hector O'Halloran and his Man Mark

Antony O'Toole, illustrated by Dick Kitcat and John Leech, first edition, 13 parts, with all the original pictorial wrappers intact, uncut, enclosed in a half morocco gilt slip

case, R. Bentley, etc., n. d., 8vo. (1144) Hornstein, £3 7083 Milton (John). Paradise Regain'd, a Poem, in iv. Books, to

which is added Samson Agonistes, first edition, with the leaf preceding title and the leaf of errata, lower margin of title slightly shaved, original calf, J. M. for John Starkey, 1671, 8vo. (880)

Pickering, £11 155. 7084 Missale Romanum, Clem. VIII. et Urbani VIII. auctoritate

recognitum, in massive silver binding of repoussé work, the back consisting of four rosettes in compartments, side borders of elaborate ornaments of vases of flowers and grape vines with bunches of grapes, in centre of the upper cover full-length figures of the Infant Jesus between Mary and Joseph walking in the starry sky, with the Holy Spirit above, and on the other the Holy Trinity in the heavens, with the earthly globe between, Venet., 1749, 4to. (1037)

Parsons, £6 5s. [A remarkable and elaborate specimen of silver repoussé binding, executed in Sicily by Sicilian artists. In each centre are stamped the initials (S. F., 822), (D. S.), and a

crowned shield of arms. --Catalogue.] 7085 Morant (P.) History and Antiquities of the County of Essex,

2 vol., maps and numerous plates, and a quantity of additional plates, MS. notes, pedigrees, etc. inserted (the plate of Audley House inlaid, sold not subject to return), half calf, 1768, folio (774)

Edwards, £5 7086 Nagler (Dr. G. K.) Neues Allgemeines Künstler-Lexicon,

oder Nachrichten von dem Leben und Werken der Maler, Kupfersticher, Zeichner, etc., 22 vol., half calf, München, 1835-52, 8vo. (322)

Lehman, £18 ios. 7087 Nolhac (Ú. de). Marie Antoinette, the Dauphine-Marie

Antoinette, the Queen, from the French of Pierre de Nolhac, 2 vol., numerous photogravure plates, uncut, Goupil and Co., n. d., 4to. (179)

E. Parsons, £6 55. 7088 Oxford and Cambridge Magazine for 1856, conducted by

Members of the two Universities, morocco extra, g. e., 1856, 8vo. (890)

W. Ward, 47 7089 Paléographie Musicale, Nos. 9-44, facsimiles of ancient musical MSS. in phototypy, Paris et Leipz., 1891-99, folio (249)

£4.45. 7090 Plain Song and Mediæval Music Society (Publications of the).

Graduale Sarisburiensis, 2 parts--the Sarum Gradual

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