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559 Casimire (Sarbievius) Odes, translated by G. Hils (with Latin Text),
frontispiece
12mo. 1646

Catalogue of Pictures now exhibiting in Pall Mall, 2 parts in 1, 4to. 1816
Catalogue of the Library of Dr. Kloss, 1835-Catalogue of Dr. Williams's
Library in Red Cross Street, 2 vol. 1841
8vo. (3)
Catalogue of the Preparations in the Museum of St. Thomas's Hospital,

3 vol.

1847-59

Batsford

Sotheran 574
Quantch 575

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Catalogue of Stowe Portraits and other Engravings, 2 parts, 1819; and)
other Catalogues
8vo. a parcel
Catalogue of Antient and Medieval Art exhibited at the Society of Arts,
half morocco
small 4to.

1850

Catechism with a Course of Catechising, frontispiece 16mo. 1664 Catechism of the Council of Trent, translated by Rev. J. Donovan, calf gilt Svo. Dublin, 1829 Quarteh 567 Catherwood (F.) Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas and Yucutan, maps and tinted lithographs, half morocco royal folio. 1844 very fine copy in green morocco super extra, leather linings, gilt marbled edges Svo. Trajecti ad Rhen. 1680 Rowsell 569 Catullus, translated by Hon. G. Lamb, 2 vol. in 1,

Nattali Band568 CATULLUS, TIBUULLUS ET PROPERTIUS CUM NOTIS VARIORUM,

calf gilt

Arthur

Toovey

foolscap 8vo. 1821 570 Catzii (J.) Emblemata: Silenus Alcibiadis sive Proteus, 3 parts, Amst. 1619-Maechden-Plicht, Middleburgh, 1618, fine plates of Emblems 4to. in one vol. 571 Causes célèbres et interessantes avec les Jugemens qui les ont décidées, 13 20 vol. old French red morocco, g. e. 12mo. Paris, 1739-50 Quarteh 572 Caveler (W.) Select Specimens of Gothic Architecture, LARGE PAPER, plates, half green morocco, uncut, top edge gilt

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royal 4to. 1837
Caveler (W.) Architectural Illustration of Warmington Church, North-
amptonshire, plates
folio. Oxford, 1850
Cavendish (G.) Life of Cardinal Wolsey, with Notes by S. W. Singer,
portraits and plates, calf extra

Svo. 1827

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CAXTON (W.) CHRONICLES OF ENGLOND,
black letter, EXCESSIVELY RARE, but deficient of several leaves (see MS. Go

collation prefixed) morocco extra, g. e. by F. Bedford, in the old style sm. folio. W. de Machlinia, n. d. circa 1480 Only one perfect copy is known, that at Althorp, and of imperfect ones only three.

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Mist White 576 CAXTON. HIGDEN (Ranulph, Monke of Chestre) POLYCRONICON /50

ENGLISHED BY JOHN DE TREVISA,

black letter, FIRST EDITION, quite complete, with the exception of 4 leaves
(a 2, 3, 4 and 8), which are so beautifully facsimiled as almost to defy
detection, brown morocco super extra, g. e. by F. Bedford, EXTREMELY
small folio. Fynysshed per Caxton, 1482

RARE

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577 CAXTON (W.) HERE BEGYNETH THE BOOKE OF FAYTTES OF ARMES
& OF CHYUALRYE (by Cristine of Pisa).

black letter, a very fine copy, quite complete, with the exception of the
two leaves of table, which however have been supplied in facsimile by
Harris, so beautifully executed as almost to defy detection, morocco
super extra, tooled in the old style, g. e. by J. Clarke, EXTREMELY
small folio. Per Caxton (1489)
578 CAXTON (W.) HERE BEGYNNETH THE BOOKE CALLYD THE MYRROUR
OF THE WORLDE (by Gautier de Metz),

RARE

black letter, woodcuts, QUITE COMPLETE; from Mr. Hurt's collection,
with his MS. account of his purchasing this copy for £93. 14s. 6d.,
having two autograph letters from W. Blades (the Caxton Biblio-
grapher), and facsimiles by him added, calf, EXTREMELY RARE
small folio. Caxton me fieri fecit, s. a. (1491)
The possession of a perfect Caxton is a luxury, few, even of the most
ardent of bibliophiles, can hope for, and the increasing desire to secure
such as occur for public libraries year after year decreases the chance
of success. This copy sold in Mr. Hurt's sale for £97. only.

581 CAXTON (W.) SIX BOOKES OF METAMORPHOSES OF OVYDE, translated

out of Frensshe into Englysshe,

583

579 CAXTON. LYDGATE (J.) LYF OF OUR LADY (in verse), autograph of a
W. Herbert, portions of e viii and g vi in MS. sold therefore with all
faults, morocco extra, g. e. by F. Bedford,

VERY SCARCE

small folio. Enprynted by Wyllyam Caxton, n. d.

580 Caxton (W.) Ancient History of the Destruction of Troy, black letter, Quarteh fine copy in calf extra, g. e. by F. Bedford, small 4to. T. Crede, 1607

to.

black letter, woodcuts, olive morocco super extra, with elegant dentelle
borders in gold, bordered red morocco linings, joints, g. e. by Clarke
and Bedford
4to. 1819
Privately printed from the Pepysian Manuscript, as a present to the
Members of the Roxburghe Club, by G. Hibbert. This was his own
reserved copy, and has added by him four interesting autograph letters
from F. Douce (2), R. Heber and G. Neville. Crawford's copy sold
for £12.

Quantch

Fo.

*Presentation copy, with autograph note of Mr. Blades.
584 Caxton. Morale Prouerbes composed in French by Cristyne de Pisan
translated by the Earl River, and Reprinted from the original Edition
of Caxton A. D. 1478, with introductory Remarks by W. Blades,
facsimile of Caxton's edition, with the same in French and English in
Roman letter added at end, autograph letter of R. Thomson added, red
morocco extra, g. e.
folio. 1859

** Only 25 copies printed for presents.
585 Caylus (Comte de) Recueil d'Antiquités Egyptiennes, Etrusques, Gree-
ques et Romaines, avec le Supplement, 7 vol. plates,
French calf, g. e.
4to. Paris, 1761-67

Hayes

582 CAXTON (W.) THE GAME OF CHESSE,

black letter, woodcuts, admirably facsimiled by V. Figgins, calf
folio. 1855

extra

Caxton. The Gouernale of Helthe. Reprinted in facsimile by W. Blades, aritch

morocco

small 4to.

1858

to.

J. Bohn

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Quantch 587 CENT NOUVELLES NOUVELLES,

Maurice 586 Celse traduit par MM. Fouquier et F. S. Ratier, calf, g. e. 32mo. Paris,
1824-Meade (W.) Prescriptions, 32mo. 1835-Parmly (L. 8.) on
the Teeth, fcap. 8vo. 1818-Keill (J.) Anatomy of the Human Body,
24mo. 1723
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588 Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles, 2 vol. cuts by Romain de Hooge,
French calf, g. e.

591

Quantch 593 Ellis Mite 594 594 Quantch 595

595

black letter, woodcuts, fine copy in red morocco extra, gilt marbled edges,
by Niedrée
small 4to. Lyon, par O. Arnoullet, 1532
Excessively rare. This copy sold for £14. in E. V. Utterson's sale, and
for 465 francs in Prince d'Essling's.

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16mo. Cologne, 1736

589 CERVANTES SAAVEDRA (M. de) EL INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QUIXOTE 2710 DE LA MANCHA,

2710

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SECOND EDITION of the first part, exhibiting considerable alterations
from the original, and therefore to be considered the first of the pre-
sent Standard Text as finally improved by the author, fine copy, with
autographs of PEREZ, the celebrated Secretary of State, and of Charles
Nodier, calf extra, g. e. by Thouvenin, EXCESSIVELY RARE

small 4to. Madrid, Juan de la Cuesta, 1608
Colonel Stanley's copy sold for £12. 12s.

590 CERVANTES SAAVEDRA (M. de) EL INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QUIXOTE
DE LA MANCHA. Edicion, corregida por la Real Academia
Española (con Vida y Analysis), 4 vol.

IBARRA'S SPLENDID EDITION, portrait, map and beautiful engravings,
illustrated with several additional plates, after Coypel, Cochin, &c.
by Picart, Schley, &c. blue morocco extra, g. e. by H. Walther
4to. Madrid, 1780
Cervantes Saavedra (M. de) History of Don Quixote, translated by
Thomas Shelton, 2 vol. engraved title to vol. I, and printed title to
vol. II only, calf extra, g. e.
small 4to. 1612-20
592 Cervantes Saavedra (M. de) History of Don Quixote, with the Continu-
ation by A. Fernandes de Avellaneda, Englished by T. Shelton and
Captain J. Stevens, 3 vol. plates, scarce
8vo. 1700-5
Cervantes Saavedra (M. de) Don Quixote translated by several Hands
and publish'd by P. Motteux, 2 vol. plates, calf, g. e. 12mo. 1712.
Cervantes Saavedra (M. de) Don Quixote translated by several Hands
and publish'd by P. Motteaux, 4 vol. plates, old gilt calf, 12mo. 1725
Cervantes Saavedra (M. de) Novelas Exemplares,

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fine copy in red morocco, g. e. by Capé, a very scarce edition, unknown to 45° Brunet small 8vo. Pamplona, 1615 596 Cervantes Saavedra (M. de) Novelas Exemplares, 2 vol. plates 8vo. Madrid, 1783 597 Cervantes Saavedra (M. de) Viage al Parnaso, Numancia y El Trato de Argel, plates Svo. Madrid, 1784

598 Cervantes Saavedra (Miguel de) Vida de por D. Martin Fernandez de
Navarrete, portrait, facsimile and genealogies, calf, g. e.

crown 8vo. Madrid, 1819
599 CHALLONER (BP. R.) MEMOIRS OF MISSIONARY PRIESTS, 2 vol. in 1, 2
ILLUSTRATED with numerous scarce portraits, russia, g. e. 8vo. 1741-42

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"A copy of this Book sold at Leigh and Sotheby's some years since
for the sum of £5."-MS. Note.

54601 CHAMBERS (John) COLLECTIONS FOR A BIOGRAPHY OF ENGLISH Mitchell

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600 Chamberlayn (J.) Manner of making of Coffee, Tea and Chocolate, very Bumstead

scarce

16mo. 1685

602

6603

604

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ARCHITECTS,

4to.

AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT, with a letter (holograph) from the author
to John Britton, and a printed Memoir of D. A. Alexander by R.
Suter, with autograph letter from the author added
Chambers (R.) Illustrations of the Author of Waverley,
calf gilt

12mo. Edinb. 1825

Chambers (R.) Ancient Sea Margins, with illustrations

Arthur

Sotheran

8vo. Edinb. 1848

Chambers (Sir W.) Treatise on the decorative Part of Civil Architecture, Mitchell
with Notes by J. Gwilt, 2 vol. portrait and plates,
half morocco, uncut

imperial 8vo. 1825

Jo.

605 Chambers (Sir W.) Life, by T. Hardwick, portrait,
green morocco extra, broad borders of gold, g. e. from Mr. Eyton's Col-
lection
imperial 8vo. 1825

614

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*Only 25 copies printed for presents.

606 Chambre (D.) Histoire abregée de tous les Roys de France, Angleterre Quarteh

et Escosse, Paris, 1579-Recerche des Singularitez concernant
l'Escosse, ib. 1579-Discours de la legitime Succession des Femmes,
ib. 1579, morocco extra, g. e.
small 8vo. in one vol.

607 [Chamisso] Peter Schlemihl from the German of Lamotte Fouqué (a
mistake as it was written by Chamisso), plates by G. Cruikshank,
calf extra
12mo. 1824
608 Champollion le Jeune (M.) L'Egypte sous les Pharaons, 2 vol. map,
calf gilt
Svo. Paris, 1814"
609 Champollion le Jeune (M.) Lettres au Duc de Blacas d'Aulps, plates,
half calf gilt
Paris, 1824-26
610 Champollion le Jeune (M.) Précis du Système Hiéroglyphique des
anciens Egyptiens, 2 vol. in 1, plates, calf extra, 8vo. Paris, 1828
Champollion le Jeune (M.) Lettres écrites d'Egypte et de Nubie, plates,
Paris, 1833-Sharpe (S.) Chronology and Geography of Ancient
Egypt, plates, 1849, half calf gilt
8vo. in one vol.
612 Champollion le Jeune (M.) Grammaire Egyptienne, Paris, 1836—
Dictionnaire Egyptien en Ecriture hiéroglyphique, ib. 1841,
half morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, by J. Mackenzie folio. 2 vol.
613 Champollion-Figeac (M.) Egypte Ancienne, numerous plates,

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Molini

half calf gilt

8vo. Paris, 1843

Channing's Remarks on Miiton, 1826, with Lives published by the Bunstead

Society of Useful Knowledge in the volume, half calf extra 8vo.
G15 Chap Books printed at Newcastle. History of Stoney Bowes-History Pecke
of Tynemouth-Huntsman's Songster-Irish Songster; and 30
others
12mo. in one vol.

Pickering

Freshfield

Molini

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Fo.

So.

Quantch

Mumstead

616 Chappell (W.) Collection of National English Airs, with music,
half morocco, uncut, top edge gilt

Mitchell

royal 4to. 1840 617 Charles 1. The Kings Cabinet opened: or certain Packets of Secret Letters and Papers written with the King's own Hand, and taken in his Cabinet at Nasby-Field, portrait, calf gilt, small 4to. 1645 618 CHARLES I. Reliquiæ Sacræ Carolina or Works of that great Monarch and glorious Martyr Charles I, with the rare portrait by G. Lid, morocco extra, joints, g. e. 12mo. Hague, S. Browne, 1650 G.R. Smith 619 Charles I. Histoire du Procez de Charles Stuart avec la Declaration

des deux Maisons du Parlement, calf

24mo. 1650

Arthur

620 Charles II. Eikon Basilike or the true Pourtraiture of Charles II (1630-1660), by R. F. 3 parts in 1, slightly cut in headlines, frontispiece containing 4 portraits, russia, g. e. small 8vo. 1660 621 Charles II. Eikon Basilike Deutera, with his Reasons for turning Roman Catholick; published by King James, port. small 8vo. 1694 Arthur 622 Charles II. Account of his Preservation after the Battle of Worcester, and Letters (edited by Sir D. Dalrymple), tree-marbled calf extra, g. e.

8vo. 1766

Charles II. Account of his Preservation after the Battle of Worcester,

portraits and views

8vo. 1803

Charles II. Account of his Preservation after the Battle of Worcester 2

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(edited by Sir D. Dalrymple) ILLUSTRATED with portraits and views,
calf extra, g. e. by C. Smith
Svo. 1803

Mitchell 623 Hattalion 24

George
Jabin

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625 Charleton (R.) on Bath Waters, Bath, 1754-Berkeley (Bp. G.) Siris
(on Tar Water), 1744-Randolph (G.) on Bristol Water, Oxford,
1745-Thomson (J.) Sophonisba, 1744-Agis, 1758, Svo. in 1 vol.

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626 CHATTERTON (T.) POEMS,

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ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT IN HIS AUTOGRAPH, consisting of 17 leaves
in a parchment cover
oblong 12mo.
Chatterton's Manuscripts are of the greatest rarity as most of them
are deposited in the British Muscum. This is evidently the identical
volume mentioned by Southey as having been communicated to him
by Thomas Hill.

627 Chatterton (T.) Poems supposed to have been written by T. Rowley
and others in the XVth Century, with Glossary by T. Tyrwhitt
8vo. 1777

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Quaritch 628 CHAUCER (Geffrey) BOKE OF THE TALES OF CANTERBURIE, black
letter, woodcuts, EXTREMELY RARE, but having the first two and last
leaf in facsimile by Harris and wanting only 12 leaves (a iii, vi, vii
and viii; Ii, ii, vii and viii; and Ki, ii, iii and iv in Parson's Tale),
morocco super extra, joints, watered silk linings, gilt gaufré edge, the
side stamped with blind tooling in the antique style,
PYNSON'S FIRST EDITION, and supposed to be the first book from his
small folio. R. Pynson, n. d. (circa 1493)

Press

*** The only perfect copy known is that at Althorp. This copy (Stevens's)
sold for £51 in 1857, since which time Pynson's Reprint of 1526
sold for £185 in the Savile sale.

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