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Burmah and Ceylon, coloured plates, MS. notes, 3 vol., 1882-90, 8vo. (7) Quaritch, £3 15s. 1441 Moore (F.) Lepidoptera Indica (most of the plates in vol. i. and ii. coloured, the rest plain), cloth (new), 1890-1905, 4to. (65)
Collins, £11 [Another set, having all the plates plain, realised £7. -ED.] 1442 Moore (F.)
1444 Oates (E. W.)
New Indian Lepidopterous Insects in the Collection of W. S. Atkinson, coloured plates and duplicate set of plain plates, half morocco, 1879 (60) Janson, £1 Is. 1443 Morris (F. O.) British Moths, coloured plates, 4 vol., half morocco, 1861-70, 8vo. (111) Quaritch, £ 8s. Birds of British India, 4 vol., cloth, 1889-98, 8vo. (14) Weldon, £2 2s. 1445 Orchid Album (The), conducted by Warner, Williams and others, coloured plates, vol. i.-ix., cloth as new, 1882-91, 4to. (134) 1446 Shakespeare (W.) Songs and Sonnets, coloured plates by Gilbert, and cuts, cloth, 1862 (138) Janson, I IS.
1447 Stables (G.) Book of the Dog, coloured plates, cloth, 1881, 8vo. (102)
1448 Stephens (J. F.) Illustrations of British Entomology, Haustellata, 4 vol., and Supplement, coloured plates, 1828-34, 1846, 8vo. (23) Hermann, 1 5S.
1449 Strickland (H. E.) The Dodo and its Kindred, edited by Melville, plates, cloth, 1848 (153a) Wesley, 135. 1450 Swinhoe (C.) Eastern and Australian Lepidoptera Heterocera, coloured plates, 2 vol., cloth, 1892-1900, 8vo. (21) Quaritch, £ 17s. 6d. Ceylon, Physical, Historical and Topographical, 2 vol., cloth (presentation copy), 1859-60, 8vo. (45)
1451 Tennent (Sir J. E.)
1452 Tutt (J. W.) British Lepidoptera, vol. i. to v., cloth, 18991906, 8vo. (147) £2 12s. 6d. 1453 Tutt (J. W.) British Nocture and their Varieties, 4 vol., cloth, 1891-2, 8vo. (114)
£I 1454 Walker (F.) Lepidopterous Insects in the British MuseumHeterocera, 35 parts from the commencement, 1854-66, 8vo. (48) Janson, £4 10S. 1455 Watson (J. F.) Textile Manufactures and the Costumes of the People of India, photographic plates, half russia, 1866, 4to. (67) Thorp, 7s.
1456 Westwood (J. O.) Modern Classification of Insects, 2 vol.,
cloth, 1839-40, 8vo. (20)
1457 White (G.) Natural History of Selborne, 2 vol., cloth, 1877, 8vo. (157a)
15s. 1458 Wilson (O. S.) Larvæ of the British Lepidoptera and their Food Plants, coloured plates, whole morocco, 1880, 8vo. (109) Smith, £2 10s.
[NOVEMBER 20TH AND 21ST, 1907.]
SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE.
A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION, INCLUDING THE SCIENTIFIC LIBRARY OF THE LATE MR. MAXWELL TYLDEN MASTERS, EDITOR OF "THE GARDENER'S CHRONICLE"; AND FURTHER PORTION OF THE LIBRARY OF MR. JAMES HORNBY, LATE OF WIGAN.
(No. of Lots, 642; amount realised, £1,677 7s.)
(a) Mr. Hornby's Library (for the report of the previous Sale see BOOK-PRICES CURRENT, Vol. xiv., page 388.)
1459 A'Beckett (G. A.) Comic Histories of Rome and England, first editions, (plates cut into), 3 vol., uniform calf gilt, n. d. and 1847-48, 8vo. (1) Pickering, £3 3s. 1460 A'Beckett (G. A.) Comic History of England, first edition, 2 vol., cloth gilt, "Punch" Office, 1847-48, 8vo. (2)
Hatchard, £4 1461 Æsop's Fables, by Rev. Thomas James, first edition, 100 illustrations by John Tenniel, original cloth, uncut, J. Murray, 1848-The Golden Fairy Book, illustrations by H. R. Millar, cloth gilt, Hutchinson, n. d.—The Book of Sindibad, by W. A. Clouston, uncut, Privately printed, 1884, together 3 vol., 8vo. (4) Maggs, £2 4s.
1462 Badminton Library. Cricket, Athletics and Football, Fencing, Boxing and Wrestling, LARGE PAPER, 3 vol., 1888-9-Big Game Shooting, and Driving, small paper, 3 vol., 1889-94, half bound, 8vo. (7) Wilkinson, £2
1463 Barham (Rev. R. H.) Ingoldsby Legends, first editions, portrait and illustrations by George calf gilt, m. e., 1840-42-47, 8vo. (8)
Cruikshank, 3 vol.,
1464 Blackmore (R. D.) Lorna Doone, first morocco gilt, 1869, 8vo. (12) 1465 Boccaccio (G.) Decameron, by John Payne, 3 vol., white vellum gilt, uncut, Villon Society, 1886, square 8vo. (15) Quaritch, £3 16s. 1466 Carroll (Lewis). Sylvie and Bruno, and Sylvie and Bruno Concluded, first editions, illustrations by Harry Furniss, 2 vol., original cloth gilt, g. e., Macmillan, 1889-93-The Hunting of the Snark, first edition, 9 illustrations by H. Holiday, original picture cloth, ib., 1876, together 3 vol., 8vo. (26) Quaritch, 1 8s. 1467 Chronicles of the Bastille, first series, third edition, plates by R. Cruikshank, half calf gilt, Newby, 1847—Second Series (wanted title), n. d. (28) Spencer, £195. 1468 Cruikshank (G.) Comic Alphabet, 24 plates, panoramic form, original issue, picture boards, Myddleton Terrace,
1836-The same, coloured, later edition, original boards, ib., 1837, 8vo. (36) Hornstein, £3 6s. 1469 Cruikshank (G.) Barker (H.) Land and Sea Tales, 2 vol., half morocco, E. Wilson, 1836-Tough Yarns by the Old Sailor, original cloth, ib., 1835-Adventures of Sir Frizzle Pumpkin, etc., original cloth, Blackwood, 1836, together 4 vol., 8vo. (37) Pickering, 1 75. 1470 Cruikshank (G.) My Sketch Book, vol i. (with a new title), 25 plates, original issue, Published, etc. by G. Cruikshank, 23, Myddleton Terrace, 1834, oblong 4to. (38) A. Massey, 5s. 1471 Cruikshank (G.) Gore (Mrs.) The Inundation-The Snow Storm-New Year's Day, illustrations by G. Cruikshank, original issues, 3 vol., cloth gilt, Fisher, n. d., 8vo. (45)
Hornstein, 175. 1472 Cruikshank (G.) Peter Schlemihl, first edition, with the duplicated c, plates by G. Cruickshank (sic), calf extra, g. e., Whittaker, 1824, 8vo. (50) Bloomfield, £ 4s. 1473 Cruikshank (G.) Tales of Irish Life, designs by G. Čruikshank, 2 vol., half calf, J. Robins, 1824, 8vo. (53)
1475 Dickens (Charles).
Pickering, 155. 1474 Cruikshank (G.) The Comic Almanack, 1835 to '48, in 4 vol., calf gilt, r. e., 1849, 1851 and 1853, as originally published, plates and woodcuts, original issues, together 7 vol., 8vo. (54) Dobell, £2 16s. Sketches by "Boz," both series, original edition, 3 vol., calf extra, by F. Bedford, J. Macrone, 1836, 8vo. (61) Sotheran, 715s. 1476 Dickens (Charles). Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, first edition, "Tony Veller" on sign of frontispiece, original cloth, uncut, Chapman and Hall, 1837, 8vo. (62) Hornstein, £5 15s. 1477 Dickens (Charles). The Strange Gentleman, frontispiece by Pailthorpe, coloured, and plate by G. Cruikshank inserted, half morocco extra, by Tout, wrappers bound in (reprint), Chapman and Hall, 1837 (64) Walford, 135. 1478 Dickens (Charles). Sketches of Young Ladies, Chapman and Hall, 1837-Sketches of Young Gentlemen, ib., n.d.— Sketches of Young Couples, ib., 1840, 18 illustrations by Phiz," original piciture boards, together 3 vol., 8vo. (65) Hornstein, £2 195. 1479 Dickens (Charles). Oliver Twist, by "Boz," first edition, 3 vol., half boards, uncut (used), R. Bentley, 1838, 8vo. (67) Pickering, 16s. 1480 Dickens (Charles). Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens," 3 vol., half calf, R. Bentley, 1838, 8vo. (68) Andrews, 135. 1481 Dickens (Charles). Oliver Twist, 1st demy 8vo. edition, 24 illustrations, cloth, uncut, Bradbury, 1846, 8vo. (69)
Hornstein, £2 25. 1482 Dickens (Charles). The Pic Nic Papers, first edition, illustrated by H. K. Browne, etc., 3 vol., original cloth, H. Colburn, 1841, 8vo. (70) Sotheran, £3 35.
1483 Dickens (Charles). American Notes, first edition, 2 vol., original cloth, uncut, Chapman and Hall, 1842, 8vo. (71) Walford, 1 2S. 1484 Dickens (Charles). Christmas Books. Christmas Carol, stave one (late issue), 1843-The Chimes, 1845-Cricket on the Hearth, 1846-Battle of Life, 1846-The Haunted Man, 1848, illustrations by Leech, etc., together 5 vol., original red cloth gilt, g. e., 12mo. (72) J. Bumpus, £3 7s. 6d. 1485 Dickens (Charles). The Uncommercial Traveller, first edition, original cloth, uncut, Chapman and Hall, 1861, 8vo. (77) Spencer, £2 6s. 1486 Dickens (Charles). The Battle of London Life, by "Morna" (G. A. Sala), 6 designs on stone by George Sala, calf extra by Rivière, t. e. g., G. Peirce, 1849, 8vo. (80) Maggs, £1 12s. 1487 Dumas (Alexander). The Three Musketeers, translated by William Robson, édition de luxe, 250 illustrations, 775 copies printed, 2 vol., half morocco, uncut, t. e. g., Routledge, 1894, 4to. (82)
Hill, 18s. 1488 Duruy (V.) History of Rome and the Roman People, edited by J. P. Mahaffy, illustrations, 6 vol., Kegan Paul, 1883-6, 4to. (83) E. Parsons, £3 1489 Egan (Pierce). The Life of an Actor, first edition, 27 coloured plates by T. Lane and woodcuts by Thompson (wanted 2 plates), half calf, C. S. Arnold, 1825, royal 8vo. (84)
Hornstein, £ 9s. 1490 Evelina, or Female Life in London, 7 coloured engravings (title split), half calf, Jones and Co., 1822, 8vo. (87) Hornstein, £5 12s. 6d. 1491 Felix. On the Bat, first edition, coloured and other plates and woodcuts, original green cloth, Bailey Bros., 1845, small 4to. (89) J. Bumpus, £1 7s. The "Bab" Ballads-Much Sound and Little Sense, and More "Bab" Ballads, first edition, illustrations by the author, I vol. (only), original cloth, g. e., G. Routledge, n. d., 8vo. (92) Hornstein, £275.
1492 Gilbert (W. S.)
1493 Gronow (Captain R. H.) Recollections, the four series complete, 4 vol., original cloth, Smith, Elder and Co., 1862-66, 8vo. (94) Sotheron, £3 16s. 1494 Hamerton (P. G.) Etchings and Etchers, third edition, roxburghe, uncut, Macmillan, 1880, 4to. (67)
Quaritch, £3 14s. 1495 Harraden (R.) Views, and Costumes of the Various Orders in the University of Cambridge, frontispiece, map, 22 brown views and 15 coloured plates of costumes, old calf gilt, 1803, 8vo. (99) Maggs, £4 10s. 1496 Hughes (Thomas). Tom Brown's School Days, first edition, with the suppressed preface (8 leaves), original cloth, uncut, Cambridge, Macmillan, 1857, 8vo. (107) Quaritch, £6 5s. 1497 Hughes (Thomas). The Scouring of the White Horse, illustrated by R. Doyle, original cloth gilt, g. e., Cambridge, Macmillan, 1859, square 8vo. (108) Quaritch, 35.
1498 Hughes (Thomas). Tom Brown at Oxford, first edition, 3 vol., original blue cloth, uncut, Cambridge, Macmillan, 1861, 8vo. (109) Quaritch, £4 12s. 1499 Jefferies (Richard). The Amateur Poacher, 1879-Wild Life in a Southern Country, 1879-Hodge and his Masters, 2 vol., 1880, and other first editions, all in the original cloth, together 15 vol., 8vo. (113) Lord Coventry, £4 14s. 1500 Jerrold (D.) Cakes and Ale, first edition, frontispieces and vignettes by G. Cruikshank, 2 vol., original blue cloth, uncut, How and Parsons, 1842, 8vo. (116) Pickering, £2 5s. 1501 Kipling (Rudyard). Writings in Prose and Verse, with the Departmental Ditties, édition de luxe, portrait, 24 vol., uncut, Macmillan and Thacker, 1897-1905, 8vo. (122) Sotheran, £11 IOS. 1502 Lamb (Charles). Essays of Elia, first series, first edition, calf extra, g. e., by Bedford (3 leaves of advertisements bound at end), Taylor and Hessey, 1823, 8vo. (124)
Bloomfield, £1 6s.
1503 Le Sage (A. R.) Gil Blas, 15 coloured engravings, 3 vol., half calf gilt, m. e., 1819, 8vo. (130) Young, £2 18s. 1504 Lytton (Sir E. B., first Lord). Falkland, first edition, calf extra, t. e. g., uncut, by Tout, H. Colburn, 1827, 8vo. (131) Shepherd, 5s. 1505 Matrimonial Ladder, or Such Things Are, drawn by M. E., Esq., engraved by G. Hunt, coloured folding panorama of 20 plates, half bound, Hailstone ex-libris, McLean, 1825, 8vo. (136) Myers, £145. 1506 New Academy of Complements, Erected for Ladies, frontispiece, half bound, J. Churchill, 1713, 8vo. (141)
Tregaskis, £125. 1507 Pailthorpe (F. W.) Illustrations to the Pickwick Club, 24 plates, duplicate set, on India paper and coloured, half morocco, t. e. g., by Zaehnsdorf, Robson and Karslake, 1882, super imperial 8vo. (145) Rimell, £1 135.
1508 Pailthorpe (F. W.) A Series of Etchings to Dickens's "Great Expectations," 21 plates, coloured set (50 copies so issued), Robson and Karslake, 1885, super imperial 8vo. (146)
1509 Panorama of the Funeral of the
by Henry Alken and G. A. Sala,
Hornstein, £1 178. Duke of Wellington, coloured, 67 feet long in Hornstein, £2 108.
1510 Pelham (Camden). Chronicles of Crime, original edition, 52 plates, by H. K. Browne, 2 vol., original brown cloth, T. Tegg, 1841, 8vo. (149) J. Bumpus, £1 185. 1511 Pepys (Samuel). Diary and Correspondence, fifth edition, portraits, 4 vol., original cloth, uncut, H. Colburn, 1854, 8vo. (150) Walford, 15s. 1512 Race-Horses. Portraits of Winning Horses of the Derby, Oaks and St. Ledger from 1842 to 1849, drawn and engraved by Charles Hunt, 22 small coloured plates, morocco, Rock Brothers, Walbrook, 1849, 8vo. Sabin, £7 55.