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A Collection of Fourteen rare Astrological Almanacks for the year 1678.
Bound in I vol., thick 12mo, full contemporary red morocco gilt.
Besides the Almanacks issued under the names of Lilly, Partridge, Andrews, Gadbury,
A Yea and Nay Almanack for the people called by the men of the World Quakers, with curious Verses, and the Quaker Catechism at the end.
A Collection of Twelve curious and rare Astrological Almanacks for the year 1682.
Bound in 1 vol., small 8vo, contemporary red morocco gilt, g. e. (worn). London, 1682. £2 2s Contains Almanacks by Lilly, Coley, Saunders, Andrews, Streete, Woodward, Tanner, and others.
A Collection of Twelve Astrological Almanacks for the year 1711. Bound in 1 vol., small Svo, contemporary red morocco, g. e. London, 1711.
£1 5s *** From the library of Viscount Wolseley, Field-Marshal of England, with his bookplate. Contains The Ladies Diary" (engraved portrait of Queen Anne), "Great Britain's Diary "; Tanner's "Angelus Britannicus," Coley's Merlinus Angelicus Junior," Moore's Vox Stellarum," etc.
A Collection of 13 Astrological Almanacks for the year 1723. Bound in 1 vol., small 8vo, contemporary red morocco gilt, g. e. (back broken). London, 1723.
*From the Library of Viscount Wolseley, Field-Marshal of England, with his elaborate bookplate.
Contains Coley's Merlinus Anglicus Junior," Moore's "Vox Stellarum," Partridge's Merlinus Liberatus," Pearse's "Celestial Diary," Saunder's Appolo Angelicus." "Great Britain's Diary," etc.
A Collection of Twelve Astrological Almanacks, in very fine condition, for the year 1765.
Bound in 1 vol., small 8vo, contemporary full red morocco gilt, g. e.
Contains The Ladies' Diary," from the Stars," "Vox Stellarum,"
The Gentleman's Diary," "Remarkable News
A Collection of Twelve Astrological Almanacks, in fine condition, for the year 1766.
Bound in 1 vol., small 8vo, contemporary full red morocco gilt, g. e., with the Royal Monogram in the angles and on the back. London, 1766.
£1 5s Contains"Parker's Ephemeris," Partridge's Merlinus Liberatus,' "Moore's Vox Stellarum," "Saunders's English Apollo," Season's Speculum Anni," "Remark→ able News from the Stars," "The Ladies Diary, or, Woman's Almanack," etc.
The Centleman's and Citizen's Almanack, Compiled by Samuel Watson, Bookseller, For the Year of our Lord, 1788. Being LeapYear, And the Twenty-eighth year of K. George III.
Fine specimen of contemporary Irish binding, crimson morocco with a diamond shaped centre panel of white leather on both upper and lower cover, the whole adorned with gold tooling of floral sprays introducing the shamrock, dots, circular lines, stars, etc., gilt edges.
Small 8vo. Dublin, 1788.
The Gentleman's and Citizen's Almanack, compiled by Samuel Watson, Bookseller, for the year 1783.
(By John Exshaw, Book
The English Registry, for the year 1783.
Small Svo. Bound together in contemporary Irish binding of full red morocco, gilt tooling on back, floral border round sides, and the Royal Arms of England in the centre of each cover, g. e.
London Almanac for the year 1769.
Illustrated with folding view of Westminster Bridge.
An unusual specimen of binding of the second half of the 18th century; silk, upon which is most exquisitely painted in rich colours (undoubtedly by a native Japanese artist) the figure of a Jap seated at the foot of a tree (on front cover), and a Japanese lady standing (on back cover), preserved in its original shagreen case.
64mo (actual size, 2% by 1 inches).
Rider's British Merlin, for the year of our Lord God 1758. Being the Second after Bissextile or Leap-Year. Adorn'd with many delightful and useful Verities, fitting all Capacities in the Islands of Great Britain's Monarchy. With Notes of Husbandry, Fairs, Marts, High Roads, and Tables for many necessary Uses.
12mo, full red morocco, sides elaborately gilt tooled with designs of birds, thistles, and other ornamentations, gilt back, g. e.
Rider's British Merlin, for the year of our Lord God 1788. Being the Bissextile, or Leap-Year. Adorned with many delightful and useful Verities fitting all Capacities in the Islands of Great Britain's Monarchy. With Notes of Husbandry, Fairs, Marts, &c.
12mo, full red morocco, gilt borders on sides, gilt edges.
The Royal Kalendar; or, Complete and Correct Annual Register for England, Scotland, Ireland and America, for the Year 1768.
12mo, contemporary binding of crimson morocco, sides completely covered with gold tooling of the cottage roof pattern, composed of flower sprays, stars, dots, circles, birds, and insects, gilt edges.
46 AMADIS OF CAUL. The Fifth Book of the most pleasant and delectable History of Amadis de Gaule.
Containing the first part of the most strange, valiant and worthy
Small 4to, bound by Bedford in full crimson morocco extra, g. e.
47 AMES (Richard). Islington Wells; or the Threepenny Academy; a poem. FIRST EDITION. Small 4to, half red morocco, edges uncut. London, 1691.
Very rare, and one of the earliest books on the famous Islington Wells.