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6562 Rowley (G. D.) Ornithological Miscellany, 3 vol., maps and coloured plates, half morocco, g. t., uncut, 1876-8, folio (559) Palmer, £2 18s. 6563 Shakespeare (W.) Dramatic Works, revised by G. Steevens, Boydell's edition, 9 vol., plates after Romney, Hamilton, Peters, Smirke, etc., morocco, gold borders on the sides, g. e., Bulmer, 1802, folio (863) Gordon, £14 5s.
[Another set in morocco, not so expensively bound as the above, realised £9 15s.--ED.]
6564 Shakespeare (W.) Plays and Poems, by Malone, 21 vol., best edition, portrait, calf gilt, 1821, 8vo. (579)
Edwards, £8 15s. 6565 Smith (John). A Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of the Most Eminent Dutch, Flemish and French Painters, parts iv., v., vi., viii. and Supplement, together 5 vol., portraits, etc., original cloth, uncut, 1833-42, 8vo. (416)
Quaritch, £37 10s. 6566 Stark (J.) and Robberds. Scenery of the Rivers of Norfolk, LARGE PAPER, India proof plates, unbound, Norwich, 1834, folio (232) Thorp, £2 16s. 6567 Sterne (L.) Works, with Life of the Author by himself, 4 vol., portrait and plates by Stothard, old calf, m.e., contents lettered, 1803, 8vo. (4) Sotheran, £2 10S. 6568 Summula Raimundi, Septem Sacramenta ecclesiastica ingeniose complectens, Commentariis ac succulentis glossis scientifici viri magistri Johannis Chappuis explanata atqz enucleato, gothic letter, printer's mark on title, and woodcut initial letters, oak boards covered with stamped leather, Paris., J. Petit, 1527, 8vo. (114) Leighton, £10
6569 Swift (Dean). The Swan Tripe-Club in Dublin, a Satyr in Verse, first edition, half calf, g. e., Dublin, 1706, 4to. (476)
Sabin, £3 6570 Swift (Dean). Gulliver's Travels, 2 vol., first edition, continuous pagination, portrait defective, and maps, old calf, 1726, 8vo. (430) Chadwick, £2 10s. 6571 Taunton (T. H.) Portraits of Celebrated Racehorses of the Past and Present Centuries, 4 vol., numerous engravings, with descriptive text, half bound, uncut, t. e. g., 1887-88, 4to. (807) F. Harvey, L4 15s. 6572 Testament (New) in Englishe after the Greeke Translation, black letter, title defective, cut round and inlaid, and a small corner off Aa I., and several leaves wanted, sold not subject to return, calf, Thos. Gaultier, pro I. C., 1550, 8vo. (376) Leighton, £3 12s.
6573 Thomson (James). The Seasons, engravings by Bartolozzi and Tomkins, from original pictures by W. Hamilton, R.A., russia gilt, g. e., 1797, folio (1021) Thorp, £6 10s. 6574 Thornton (Dr. R. J.) New Illustration of the Sexual System of Linnæus, portraits by Bartolozzi and coloured plates, including "Honouring the Bust of Linnæus," usually wanting, half russia, 1807, atlas folio (103) Thorp, £3 10s.
6575 Turner Gallery, with Memoir and Illustrated Text, by R. N.
Wornum, 60 engravings after J. M. W. Turner, half morocco, g. e., Virtue, n. d., folio (241) Rimell, £2 2s. 6576 Ulstadius (Phillipus). Cœlum Philosophorum, seu de Secretis Naturæ, curious woodcuts, Argent., 1528-Geberi Philosophiæ Alchimistæ libri tres, large woodcut on title and numerous quaint initial letters, ib., 1529, both a little stained and wormed, a curious specimen of English binding by John Reynes, known as Henry VIII. binding, with the arms of England, Tudor Rose and an escutcheon, with emblems of the Passion with monogram of the binder on each side of the cover, the leather somewhat loose, in 1 vol., folio (473) Maggs, £41 6577 Vegetius (Flavius). The Foure Bookes of, briefelye contayning a plaine forme and perfect knowledge of Martiall Policye, Feates of Chivalrie and whatsoever pertayneth to Warre, translated by John Sadler, black letter, woodcut title, stained, sewed, T. Marshe, 1572, 4to. (594)
Pickering, £4 16s. 6578 Voltaire. Works, translated, with Notes, Historical and Critical, by T. Smollett, T. Francklin, etc., 36 vol., portrait and plates, old calf, 1770, 8vo. (945)
[Presentation copy from David Garrick to Kitty Clive, with the following autograph inscription on the fly-leaf of vol. i., Feb. 11, 1772, Garrick to Clive, with Voltaire's Works :
"If that delight Voltaire can give,
A more luxurious feast, dear Clive,
I cannot give to thee !-D. G."-Catalogue.]
6579 Whitaker (T. D.) History of Richmondshire in the North Riding of the County of York, 2 vol. in 12 parts, as published, LARGE PAPER, proof plates on India paper, pedigrees, etc., 1823, folio (97) Rimell, £15
The following were sold by Hodgson & Co. at a sale commencing July 15th, 1902. The books as a whole were of a miscellaneous character, and as the majority of the better class works have already been reported in this volume of BoOK-PRICES CURRENT, it has not been thought necessary to refer to them again. 6580 De Loutherbourg (P. J.) Romantic and Picturesque Scenery of England and Wales, 18 coloured views by Pickett and Clark, with Descriptive Text in English and French, half calf, R. Bowyer, 1805, royal folio (904)
6581 Dictionary of National Biography, edited by Leslie Stephen and Sidney Lee, the first 59 vol. (A to Wat), cloth, 1885-99, 8vo. (394) £33 10S. 6582 Fénélon (F.) Les Aventures de Télémaque, title frontispiece, 72 engravings after Monnet by Tilliard, and ornamented tail-pieces, with the series of 24 plates after Moitte, handcoloured, vellum paper, 2 vol., contemporary morocco extra,
gilt edges, Paris, de L'Imprimerie de Monsieur, 1785, royal 4to. (869)
6583 Florio (John). Essayes of Montaigne (The Tudor Translation), 3 vol., buckram, uncut, 1893 £II 10s. 6584 Folk Lore Society's Publications, from 1878 to 1901, a complete set (with the exception of No. 20, The Handbook of Folklore), 47 vol., cloth, uncut (1 vol. in numbers, with cloth case, and I sewed), 8vo. (595) £23 6585 Franklin (B.) The Way to Wealth, or Poor Richard Improved, portrait, LARGE PAPER, printed on vellum (only 6 copies so issued), morocco, gilt edges, Paris, 1795, 8vo. (844) £25 6586 Vallance (Aymer). The Art of William Morris. A Record, with Reproductions in colours from designs by William Morris, facsimiles of the Kelmscott Type, portrait and many other illustrations, and a Bibliography by Temple Scott (limited to 220 copies), buckram, uncut, Chiswick Press, 1897, folio (600) £10 55. 6587 Whitman (A.) Masters of Mezzotint, 60 illustrations, LARGE PAPER (only 50 copies so printed), half vellum, gilt top, uncut, 1898, 4to. (599)
[JULY 16TH, 1902.]
PUTTICK & SIMPSON.
A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION, INCLUDING SOME PRESENTATION COPIES OF LAMB'S WORKS SOLD BY DIRECTION OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE NORTHAMPTON PUBLIC LIBRARY.
(No. of Lots, 343; amount realised, £930 Is. 6d.)
Les Nouvelles et Antiques merueilles, plus un traicté des douze Cesars, half calf (some leaves wormed), Paris, 1554, 12mo. (3) Stephen, £1 IOS. ["Le Livre des Nouvelles Isles" is on the discoveries of Columbus, and the preface contains a reference to "Americ Vespuce."-Catalogue.]
6589 America. Narrative of the Transactions of the Fleet under the command of Lord Howe, Sir Henry Clinton, Earl Cornwallis, calf, with ex-libris of Adam Smith, 1783, 8vo. (4) Edwards, £2 17s. 6d. 6590 Aristoteles. De Animalibus lib. ix. interprete Theod. Gazæ, printed capitals, editio princeps, russia (some leaves wormed), Impress Venet. per Johannem de Colonia, 1476, folio (226) Quaritch, £7
6591 Arnold (M.) The Strayed Reveller and other Poems, first
edition, cloth, 1849, 12mo. (6)
6592 Blagrave (John, of Reading). The Mathematical Jewel, shew
ing the making and most excellent use of a singular Instrument so called, woodcut illustrations by the author, original limp vellum, W. Venge, dwelling in Fleete Lane, over against the Maidenhead, 1585, folio (235) Wesley, £6 6593 Boccaccio. The tragedies gathered by Jhon Bochas of all such Princes as fell from theyr estates throughe the mutability of Fortune, translated by John Lidgate, Monke of Burye, black letter, woodcut title, russia (some headlines cut into), John Wayland, n. d., folio (237) Leighton, £5 6594 Brooke (Fulk Grevill, Lord). Remains, being Poems of Monarchy and Religion, old calf, 1670, 8vo. (15)
Leighton, 1 17s. 6d. 6595 Carr (J.) The Stranger in France, a Tour from Devonshire to Paris, special copy, with the 12 aquatint plates coloured, half calf, 1803, 4to. (167) Maggs, £2 25. 6596 Cocker (E.) Arithmetick, Perused and Published by John Hawkins, portrait, calf, 1688, 12mo. (25)
Sotheran, 1 12s. 6d. [With autograph inscription on the back of portrait, "John Clare's Book, 1811."-Catalogue.]
6597 Coleridge (S. T.) Poems, second edition, to which are now added Poems by Charles Lamb and Charles Lloyd, half bound, uncut, 1797, 8vo. (27) Maggs, £7 15s. 6598 Combe (W.) Three Tours of Dr. Syntax, 3 vol., " Miniature Edition," coloured plates, half calf, Ackermann, 1823, 12m0. (28) Sotheran, £2 10s. 6599 Crowquill (Alfred). Guide to the Watering Places, 8 humorous coloured plates by Crowquill and 9 views, first edition, illustrated wrappers, n. d., 8vo. (32) Sabin, £1 17s. 6d. 6600 Darwin (C.) Descent of Man, 2 vol., presentation copy from the author, cloth, 1871, 8vo. (34) Maggs, 1 195. 6601 Dürer Society (The), with introductory Notes by Campbell Dodgson, etchings, 4 portfolios, 1898-1901, imperial folio (255) Maggs, £6 15s. 6602 Egan (Pierce). Life in London, or the Day and Night Scenes of Jerry Hawthorn and his Friend Corinthian Tom, coloured plates by Cruikshank, original illustrated boards, uncut, 1822, 8vo. (40) S. M. French, £15 6603 Esquemeling (John). Bucaniers of America, 4 parts in 2 volumes, portraits and plates, morocco extra, g. e., 1684-85, 4to. (152) Cogswell, £15 10s. [The second volume containing the fourth part is much scarcer than the first. It deals with Ringrose's "Voyage of Captain Bartholomew Sharp."-ED.]
6604 Fitzgerald (E). Six Dramas of Calderon, freely translated by Edward Fitzgerald, first edition, cloth, uncut, W. Pickering, 1853, 8vo. (46) Robson, £8 5s. 6605 Hakluyt (Richard). The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation, 3 vol. in 2, morocco extra, 1599-1600, folio (271) Sabin, £34 6606 Handel's "Messiah." Full Score in three volumes, the
original calf binding (back repaired), in the writing e Handel's pupil and amanuensis, J. Christopher Smith (1712 1795). These volumes are one of the four full scores knowT to have been written by him. One of the copies is in the Hamburg Public Library (formerly in Mr. Schoelchers possession), another belonged to the late Mr. H. E Leonard, and another, the "Dublin" score, is at S Michael's College, Tenbury, formerly the property of Sir F Gore Ouseley, 1712-1795, folio (343) Goldschmidt.
[This copy is believed to have been used by Handel various performances, as is shown by the pencil-notes : the fly-leaf of each volume; and, judging by the autograph signatures inside the covers, it appears that it was at ce time in the possession of Dr. William Hayes (1707-1777 Catalogue.]
6607 Haywood (Eliza). Works, consisting of Novels, Poems an Plays, 4 vol., calf, 1724, 8vo. (54) Dobell, £2 158 6608 Herbarius (Germanicé), printed in bold gothic type, with many woodcuts (coloured by hand), old oak boards (some leaves in MS., sold not subject to return), Augspurg, 1485, fol (274) 6609 Hissey (J. J.) Drive through England, illustrated by the author, cloth, 1885, 8vo. (58) F. Edwards, £3 25.5.
6610 Johnson (C.) Chrysal, or Adventures of a Guinea, 12 coloured plates, 3 vol., boards, uncut, 1822, 12mo. (65)
Maggs, £285 6611 Jonson (Ben). Workes, portrait by Vaughan and engraved title, old calf, 1640, folio (280)
Dobell, £475. hc
6612 Keats (John). Poems, first edition, half calf, C. and J. Oller, 1817, 12mo. (68) Robson,
[With autograph inscription on the fly-leaf, "John Clare. Helpstone, 1820."-Catalogue.]
6613 Keats (John). Endymion, a Poetic Romance, first edition. half calf, Taylor and Hessey, 1818, 8vo. (69) Sotheran, £14 [With autograph inscription on the half-title, "John Clare. Helpstone, 1821."-Catalogue.]
6614 Keats (John). Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes ard other Poems, first edition, half calf, Taylor and Hessey, 1820, 12mo. (70) Dobell, £1355.
[With autograph inscription on the fly-leaf, "John Clare. Helpstone, 1820."-Catalogue.]
6615 Lamb (Charles). Prince Dorus, or Flattery put out of Countenance, a Poetical Version of an Ancient Tale, illus trated with a series of 9 coloured engravings, first edition, original covers, M. J. Godwin, 1811, 12mo. (75) Sabin, £bz 6616 Lamb (Charles). Works, 2 vol., first edition, original boards, uncut, C. and J. Ollier, 1818, 8vo. (76) Dobell,
[With inscription on the half title of vol. I in the authors handwriting, "For Mr. Clare, with C. Lamb's kindes: remembrance."-Catalogue.]
6617 Lamb (Charles). Elia. Essays which have appeared unde: