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Mariæ Virginis,” on vellum (206 leaves, 4/2 by 34 inches), Sac. X7'., £104 (Leighton, Lot 741)—“Horæ Beatæ Marie Virginis," on vellum (189 leaves, 734 by 5/4 inches), Sæc. XV., £460 (Ramsay, Lot 750)—“Horæ Beatæ Mariæ Virginis,” on vellum (57 leaves, 13 by 8 14 inches), Sæc. xv., £245 (Quaritch, Lot 752). The last four MSS. belonged to the late Mr. W. Jerdone Braikenridge.ED.)


7759 Vecellio (Cesare). De gli Habiti Antichi et Moderni, first

edition, woodcuts from designs by Titian, morocco, g. e., Venet., 1590, 8vo. (1)

Hill, £4 7760 Jests. St. James's Repartee, or the Witticisms of Fashion,

Taste and the Bon Ton, frontispiece of St. James's Jesters, calf extra, by Rivière, London, 1793, 8vo. (3)

Sotheran, £1 35. 7761 Spouter's Companion, or Theatrical Remembrancer, portrait of Garrick, morocco, g. e., London, circa 1770, 8vo. (4)

Shepherd, 155 7762 Almanack. Rider's British Merlin, contemporary morocco,

tooled all over, fold-over flap and catch clasp, 2 pockets inside, R. Nutt, 1729, 12mo. (9)

Leighton, £3 7763 Annals of Sporting and Fancy Gazette, January to June, 1828, being vol. xiii., plates, the final volume, con

containing the excessively rare “ June” part with the title, which is so frequently wanting, calf, m. e., 1828, 8vo. (10)

Quaritch, £16 ros. 7764 Bayly (Lewes). The Practice of Pietie, engraved title, con

temporary vellum, inlaid, Delf, by Abraham Jacobs for the

Good of Great Britaine, n. d., 12mo. (u) Crofton, 195 7765 America. Godwyn (Morgan). The Negro's and Indian's Advocate, half morocco, g. e., London, 1683, small 8vo. (12)

Sotheran, £3 155. 7766 America. Zeisberger (David). Essay of a Delaware-Indian

and English Spelling Book, for the use of the Schools of the Christian Indians on Muskingum River, boards, Philadelphia, 1776, small 8vo. (13)

Leon, £7 jos. 7767 Biblia Sacra, engraved title, contemporary morocco extra,

g.e. (Samuel Mearne), the name “Ed. Barnard” stamped

on one side, E. Tyler, 1661, 8vo. (14) Pickering, £3 195. 7768 Bible (Holy), engraved title with view of London (the fore

edge of title and some leaves shaved), contemporary morocco extra, tooled all over, inlaying of black, silver and gold, the original owner's name, “Robert Lamport, 1672," displayed in gold (Samuel Mearne), J. Field, one of His

Highness's Printers, 1658, 12mo. (15) Pickering, £5 155. 7769 Wilson (Harriette). Memoirs, engravings, bound in two vol.,

half calf, London, Stockdale, n. d., 8vo. (17) Doyle, £2 125. 7770 Cavendish (George). Life of Cardinal Wolsey, 2 vol., LARGE PAPER, extra illustrated, russia, g.e., 1825, royal 8vo. (23)

Sotheran, £4 25. 6d.


7771 Pitavel (M. Guyot de) Bibliothèque des Gens de Cour, 5 vol., morocco extra, uncut, Amst., 1726, 8vo. (24)

Sotheran, to 2 25. 7772 Romans dez Douze Pairs de France, printed on vellum paper, 12 vol., morocco extra, Paris, 1848, 8vo. (25)

Quaritch, £5 55. 7773 Crébillon (C. P. J. de). Euvres, 14 vol., calf extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, Londres (Paris), 1777, 8vo. (29)

B. F. Stevens, £3 125. 7774 Horace. Works, with Life by Milman, engravings, morocco extra, g. e., 1849, 8vo. (30)

Sotheran, 42 4s. 7775 Bourne (Vincent). Carmina comitialia Cantabrigiensia, first edition, no covers, Londini, J. Redmayne, 1721, 8vo. (31)

Tregaskis, £i i8s. 7776 Drayton (Michael). England's Heroicall Epistles, original vellum, Printed by I. R. for N. L., 1600, small 8vo. (32)

B. F. Stevens, £50 7777 Eliot (George). Romola, first edition, presentation copy

“ To Mr. F. W. Burton, with kind regards from George Eliot,” 3 vol., original green cloth, uncut, 1863, 8vo. (33)

Sabin, £19 1os. 7778 America. Freneau (Philip). The Poems of Philip Freneau,

original sheepskin, Philadelphia, Francis Bailey, 1786, 8vo. (34)

Stopford, Liis. 7779 America. Lescarbot (Marc). Histoire de la Nouvelle

France-Les Muses de la Nouvelle France, together in 1 vol., 3 folding maps, morocco extra, Paris, Jean Milot, 1609, 8vo. (35)

Stopford, £19 Tos. 7780 Haym (N. F.) Il Vespasiano. Drama. The Copy used at

the King's Theatre, Haymarket, by George the First, arms of George I. and initials G. R. on each side, contemporary morocco, g. e., Printed by Tho. Wood, in Little Britain, 1724, 8vo. (37)

Stopford, £2 ios. 7781 Herbert (George). The Temple, Cambridge, R. Daniel, 1641

-Harvey (C.) The Synagogue, or The Shadow of the
Temple, first edition, J. L. for Phil. Stephens, 1640, 2 vol.

in 1, contemporary morocco extra, 8vo. (38) Quaritch, £7 7782 Hoyle (E.) A Short Treatise on the Game of Whist, Printed for W. Webb, 1742 (Price Sixpence), 8vo. (39)

Leighton, £i jos. [Discloses the same date as the accepted first edition in the Bodleian, and, like it, believed to be unique. —

Catalogue.] 7783 Hunt (Leigh). The Months, first edition, author's presenta

To John Hunt from his affectionate brother Leigh,” calf extra, uncut, by Bedford, 1821, 8vo. (40)

Dobell, 65 7784 Lamb (Charles). Elia, first edition, original boards, uncut,

with portion of label on back and rare half-title, London, 1823, 8vo. (41)

B. F. Stevens, £9 155. 7785 Wordsworth (William). Lyrical Ballads, first edition, calf, London, 1798, 8vo. (45)

B. F. Stevens, £4 8s.


tion copy,


7786 Stewart (James). Plococasmus, plates of coiffures, half inorocco, London, 1782, 8vo. (49)

Selden, £! is. 7787 America. Almon's Political Register, Nos. i. to xxi., May,

1767 to December, 1768, caricature and other plates, including a folding plate of Kew, and “The Colonies Reduced” and its companion, by Benjamin Franklin, 3 vol., covers loose (i missing), 8vo. (51)

Tregaskis, £4 155. 7788 Jonson (Ben). Q. Horatius Flaccus, his Art of Poetry, first

edition, frontispiece containing bust (wanted blank for Ai, but had the two other titles and the blank before the title of the Masque of the Gypsies), calf extra by Bedford, J. Okes for John Benson, 1640, 8vo. (59)

Dobell, £4 7789 [Mennis (Sir James) and Smith (James).] Musarum Deliciae,

second edition (some margins wormed), morocco extra, g. e., J. G. for Henry Herringman, 1656, 8vo. (60)

Dobell, £4 45. 7790 Horse Racing. Anecdotes of the Origin and History of

Horse Racing from the Earliest Times, mezzotint frontispiece after F. C. Turner, calf, g. e., T. Gosden, 1825, 8vo. (63)

Leighton, 62 7791 Meredith (George). The Amazing Marriage [fourth edition),

paper covers, uncut, Westminster, A. Constable and Co., 1896, 8vo. (68)

Spencer, £8 8s. [The author's own copy, interleaved throughout and containing numerous corrections and emendations in blue pencil. A wrapper for a new edition of “ Lord Ormont,”

with the signature of Meredith inserted.—Catalogue.] 7792 Pope (Alexander). Several Copies of Verses on Occasion of

Mr. Gulliver's Travels, first edition, with half-title, first issue before the additional poem was added, unbound, Benj. Motte, 1727, 8vo. (89)

B. F. Stevens, £3 4s. 7793 Pope (Alexander). Several Copies of Verses on Occasion of

Mr. Gulliver's Travels, first edition, with half-title, second issue, having the additional poem, unbound, Benj. Motte, 1727, 8vo. (90)

B. F. Stevens, £3 3s. 7794 America.

Lutheri Catechismus ofwersatt pa AmericanVirginiske Spraket, frontispiece and map (cut into), original calf, with arms of Charles XI. of Sweden, Stockholm, 1696, 8vo. (92)

Reid, £12 [A translation of Luther's Catechism into the language of the Delaware Indians of New Jersey (not Virginia, as

stated on the title).--Catalogue.] 7795 Quarles (Francis). Emblems, first edition, plates by W.

Marshall and others, the earliest issue before the Latin verses by Benlowes were introduced at end, original black morocco, Printed by G. M. and sold by John Marriot's shope, 1635, 8vo. (93)

Pickering, 434 7796 Shelley (P. B.) The Shelley Papers.

The Shelley Papers. Memoir of Percy Bysshe Shelley by T. Medwin, first edition, Medwin's own copy, with numerous poems, etc. added in his handwriting, calf, 1833, 12mo. (94)

B. F. Stevens, £8

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7797 Sheridan (R. B.) The School for Scandal, calf, Dublin, printed in the year 1781, 8vo. (95)

Parr, 175. 7798 Thomson (James) and Mallet (David). Alfred, a Masque,

first edition, old marbled paper covers, A. Millar, 1740, 8vo. (97)

Quaritch, 44 45. 7799 Vaughan (Henry, Silurist). Silex Scintillans, first edition,

engraved title (marginal note on page 21 shaved as usual), original sheep, J. W. for H. Blunden, 1650, 8vo. (98)

Quaritch, £30 [The first issue, before the alterations were made in the

poem of “ Isaac's Marriage.”--Catalogue.] 7800 Huth (H.) Fugitive Tracts, both series, 2 vol., morocco, uncut, Printed for private circulation, 1875, 8vo: (101)

Tregaskis, 44 25. 6d. 7801 Vaughan (Henry). Olor Iscanus, first edition, frontispiece

by R. Vaughan, with leaf opposite, and the Errata leaf, original sheep, T. W. for Humphrey Moseley, 1651, Svo. (120)

Quaritch, 417 7802 Walpole (Horace). The Mistakes, or The Happy Resent

ment, first edition, unbound, Printed by S. Richardson (Strawberry Hill ?), 1758, 8vo. (121) Pickering, £3

[See Lowndes, Appendix, page 237.-ED.] 7803 America. Ward Nathaniel). The Simple Cobler of

Aggawam (last leaf defective), morocco, g. e., London,

Stephen Bowtell, 1647, small 4to. (125) Maggs, £4 25. 6d. 7804 America. Creuxius (Franciscus). Historiae Canadensis, seu

Novae-Franciae, vellum, folding map of Canada, 1660, and plates, large plate of the murders of the Jesuit Missionaries mounted and defective, Paris, Cramoisy, 1664, 410. (127)

Maggs, £14 55. 7805 America. Williams (Edward). Virginia richly valued,

second edition, with addition of The Discovery of Silkworms, woodcut illustrations (7 leaves cut into, 6 mended), morocco extra, T. H. for John Stephenson, 1650, 4to. (132)

Sailer, £12 155. 7806 America. Martyr, Oviedo and Xerez. Libro Primo della

Historia de l'Indie Occidentali - Libro Secondo-- Libro Ultimo, original impression of the map, Isola Spagnuola (cut into) and facsimile of the “Carta universale della terra firma,” the 3 parts in i vol., morocco extra by Cuzin, Vinegin, 1534, 4to. (133)

Gilpin, 65 155. 7807 America. Las Casas (B. de). Narratio Regionum Indi

carum per Hispanos quosdam devastatarum verissima, etc., first edition with De Bry's plates, engraved title (very slightly cut into and mended) and numerous other plates of cruelties practised on the Indians, engraved by Theodor de Bry, old Spanish calf (rebacked), Francofurti, Sumptibus

Theodori de Bry, 1598, 4to. (138) Sotheran, £2 ios. 7808 America. Las Casas (B. de). Narratio Regionum Indicarum, second edition with De Bry's plates, engraved

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title (mended and restored), plates by Theodor de Bry, stamped pigskin, Oppenheimii, 1614, 4to. (139)

Edwarıls, £i 195. 7809 Recueil des Scènes familières et de Société de Paris, par

J. S- Pigal, etc., Nos. i.-11., 16 coloured lithographs,

original wrappers, Paris, 1833, 4to. (161) Quaritch, £7 55. 7810 Gainsborough (Thomas). Studies of figures, executed in

lithography by R. Lane, Nos. i.-ii. (all published), 24 plates, original wrappers, J. Dickenson, 1825, 4to. (162)

Sabin, £4 155. 7811 Gay (John). The Wife of Bath, first edition, with the half

title, in wrapper, B. Lintott, 1713, 410. (166) Pickering, £6 7812 Cicero. M. Tullii Ciceronis ad Titū Acticû Catho Maior.

Alias de Senectute Incipit, lit. goth., inscription at end in red, “ deo gracias 1475" (Hain 5306), modern limp vellum, Absque ulla nota (Coloniae, U. Zel, circa 1467), small 4to. (169)

Tregaskis, 42 18s. 7813 Biblia Sacra Latina, editio Vulgata, cum Prologis S. Hiero

nymi, lit. goth.. 7 unnumbered and ccccLxi. numbered leaves, double columns, 51 lines, without signatures, old vellum, embossed metal corners and clasp piece, arms of Oliver de Lorncourt Marquis de Leuville painted on front cover, Nuremburg, Ant. Coburger, 1478, folio (173)

Sotheran, £8 5s. [The Family Bible of the Olivers. At the head of the first

page is the following inscription, “ This Holye Booke was gyven to me by my most Reverend Unkell and father in God John Oliver Clerke on ye anniversarie of my fiftyeth Byrthdaie, 18 Sept., 1479. J. 0.” On the blank page following the preliminary matter is a list of the members of the Oliver family living from 1471 to 1487. Bound in at the end are numerous historical letters and

documents of family interest.- Catalogue.] 7814 Barclay (Sir William, Governor of Virginia). The Lost Lady,

A Tragy Comedy, first edition, only two other copies known, calf, Imprinted at London by Jo. Okes for John Colby, 1638, folio (174)

B. F. Stevens, £40 7815 Crawford (F. Marion). The Doll's Ghost, the original auto

graph manuscript, 8 leaves, folio (180) Quaritch, A1 18. 7816 Harte (Bret). Uncle Jim and Uncle Bidy, the original auto

graph manuscript, 24 leaves, folio (181) Maggs, £7 25. 6d. 7817 Gissing (George). A Honeymoon, the original autograph

manuscript, 7 leaves, folio (182) Quaritch, £i 18s. 7818 Coleridge. The Annual Anthology, edited by Robert

Southey, first edition, 2 vol. (vol. i. wanted pages 17-18, 79-82, 253-4, vol. ii., pages 37-40), original calf, m. e., enclosed in morocco cases, Bristol, 1799-1800, small 8vo. (184)

Maggs, £15 [Presentation copy, with Southey's autograph inscription, “S. T. Coleridge from Robert Southey," and with several alterations in Coleridge's autograph of his own poems in vol. ii., together with his notes.- Catalogue.]

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