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1246 Grantham (Sir Thomas) The Prisoner against the Prelate: or a
Dialogue between the Common Goal and Cathedral of Lincoln Mitchell (in Verse), no frontispiece, calf extra small 8vo. n. d. (1650)
1249 Gray (T.) Works, with Life by Rev. J. Mitford, 4 vol. portrait,
Gray (Mrs. H.) Tour to the Sepulchres of Etruria in 1839, numerous Bunstead's illustrations, calf gilt
crown 8vo. 1840
Gray (T.) Poems, with Life by Rev. J. Mitford, portraits,
1250 Gray (T.) Correspondence with Rev. N. Nicholls, and other Pieces Walfor
hitherto unpublished, edited by Rev. J. Mitford,
green morocco, g. e.
foolscap 8vo. 1843 Gray (T.) Catalogue of the Antiquities, Houses, Parks, &c. in England and Wales, interleaved
Greek Tragic Theatre, containing Eschylus by Potter, Sophocles by
foolscap 8vo. n. d. E. Parsons
black letter, woodcut on title, fine copy in green morocco, g. e. very small 4to. John Wolfe, 1592 1255 GREENE (R.) HISTORIE OF ORLANDO FURIOSO, one of the twelve Peeres of France as it was played before the Queenes Maiestie, Ellis & White title mended,
RARE (see Mr. Halliwell's autograph note), half
1256 GREENE (R.) GREENES NEVER TOO LATE,
black letter, slightly cut in headline, else fine copy, in green morocco,
1258 Greene's Groats Work of Wit bought with a Million of Repentaunce.
half morocco, uncut
crown 8vo. 1870.
(1200 @Thalf calf
1261 Gresset (J. B. L.) Œuvres, 2 vol.
Sage Quaritch Do.
VELLUM PAPER, portrait and unlettered proof plates, blue morocco.
Svo. Paris, 1811
Westell Sotheran, 1263 1264
attali & Bond
1262 Greswell (W. P.) Annals of Parisian Typography, LARGE PAPER,
Grey Head for a Green Pair of Shoulders, or Young Clergyman's
royal Svo. 1815
Svo. Lugduni, 1536
black letter, full-length portrait of Eirekur Ravde the Discoverer of 4 7 6 Greenland and woodcut of Walrus, small 4to. Skalhollte, 1688
Quarteh 1266 Grillandus (P.) de Hereticis et Sortilegiis, &c.
red morocco, g. e. by Derome
1267 Gronlandia edur Grænlandz Saga,
*** Excessively rare. Not in the British Museum and unknown to
Bumstead 1268 Grosart (A. B.) Lord Bacon not the Author of The Christian Paradoxes being a Reprint of "Memorials of Godliness and Christianity by Herbert Palmer," with Introduction, Memoir and Notes, photographic portrait of Palmer, half morocco, uncut, Svo. 1865 *** Printed for private circulation only.
Walford 1269 Grose (F.) Guide to Health, Beauty, Riches and Honour, with nu
merous additional printed advertisements (several very curious),
Do. 1270 Grose (F.) Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, old calf gilt,
scarce, 8vo. 1785-Provincial Glossary and Proverbs, 8vo. 1790 (2)
Grotius (H.) on the Truth of Christianity and Supplement of M. Le
Clerc, with Annotations, &c. by S. Madan, calf gilt 8vo. 1814
E. Parsons Maurice 1276 1277 1278
1281 Guizot (M.) Histoire de la Révolution d'Angleterre depuis l'Avène-
SIXTH DAY'S SALE.
Gutch (J.) Collectanea curiosa, 2 vol.
1291 Gutzlaff (C.) Sketch of Chinese History, 2 vol. portrait, half morocco
Gunpowder-Treason. Another copy, plate added,
T. Barlow, plates bash
1679—Bagshaw (H.) A. R. Imit
in one vol.
small 4to. 1673
Gunter (E.) Works, plates
Gurney (T.) Brachygraphy, Second Edition, engraved throughout
12mo. n. d. (1752) bash.
8vo. Oxford, 1781 Quaritch
10 b 1297 Gwynn (J.) London and Westminster improved, portrait and plans, with MS. additions and plan, by John Gwynn, and 3 autograph letters to Sir W. Tite added
Guyot (A.) Earth and Man, woodcuts
Gwilt (J.) Notitia Architectonica Italiana, plates, 1818-Rickman (T.)
8vo. in one vol..
Gwilt (J.) Account of St. Paul's Cathedral, plates, privately printed, Mitchell'
1829 A. R. Fin
lis & White 1298 Habington (W.) Castara, both parts,
Bumstead 1299 1300
Cash 1303 1304 Quariteh
Runell 1302 Haghe (L.) Sketches: Belgium and Germany, tinted lithographs, half
*North's copy sold for £1. 18s., and the Gordonstoun for £1. 17s.
12mo. 1769 2
1301 Hafiz Ahmed Hassan's Pilgrimage to the Caaba and Charing Cross,
8vo. 1835 HAKLUYT (R.) PRINCIPAL NAVIGATIONS, VOYAGES, TRAFFIQUES, AND DISCOVERIES OF THE ENGLISH NATION, made by Sea or 2015 Overland, 3 vol. black letter, with the rare suppressed Voyage de Cadiz, russia folio. 1599-1600 1305 Hale (T.) Account of several new Inventions, with the Proceedings relating to Mill'd-Lead, 2 vol. in 1, calf extra 12mo. 1691 HALFPENNY (J.) GOTHIC ORNAMENTS IN YORK CATHEDRAL AND FRAGMENTA VETUSTA, or Remains of Ancient Buildings in York, 2 vol. plates, russia, g. e. royal 4to. York, 1795-1807 HALL (Arthur) QUARELL WITH MELCHISEDECH MALLERIE. Letter sent by F. A. touchyng the proceedings in a priuate 26 quarell and vnkindnesse betweene Arthur Hall and Melchisedech Mallerie, Gentlemen, to his very friende L. B. being in Italie. With an admonition to the Father of F. A. to him being a Burgesse of the Parliament, for his better behauiour therein, black letter, fine copy, but six leaves admirably facsimiled by Harris, red morocco, g. e. EXCESSIVELY RARE, and the only copy that has occurred for sale by auction small 4to. (H. Bynneman, 1576) One of the rarest volumes in English Literature, all the copies having been destroyed by the order of Parliament, with the exception of fourteen which had been previously distributed. A long account of this memorable quarell is given in the Journal of the House of Commons, from which it appears that Arthur Hall, the first translator of Homer into English, and at the time Member for Grantham, was the Author of this work, which was declared to be derogatory to the Speaker and other Members, charging them personally with drunkenness. For publishing it he was expelled the House, committed to the Tower for six months, and fined 500 marks. Independently of its great rarity it possesses the greatest interest as illustrating the manners and customs of the young men of Family in the Reign of Q. Elizabeth. It is also full of curious gossip respecting the then Taverns and Ale Houses, especially in the neighbourhood of St. Paul's and Lothbury. It mentions as popular literature the Romances of Bevis of Hampton, Knight of the Swan, Four Sons of Amon, Amadis, Orlando Furioso, Esplan
dian, Valentine and Orson, Olgarden the Dane, &c. Many portions
1308 Hall (Bishop Joseph) Virgidemiarum Sixe Bookes. First three Bookes
of Tooth-lesse Satyrs, 1602-The three last Bookes of Byting Satyre, Quarter 1599, red morocco, g. e. by Clarke and Bedford 16mo. in one vol. 1309 Hall (Sir J.) Essay on the Origin, History and Principles of Gothic Architecture, LARGE PAPER, proof plates, half morocco, uncut, top edges gilt
royal 4to. 1813
1310 Hall (P.) Picturesque Memorials of Salisbury, plates
1312 Halliwell (J. O.) Catalogue of his Chap-Books, Garlands and Popular
(2) Ellis White
** Printed for private circulation only.
1315 Halliwell (J. O.) The Theatre Plats of three old English Dramas
8vo. 1855 Walford
(Battle of Alcasar, Frederick and Basilea, and Dead Man's Fortune) Pickering
suspended in the Fortune Theatre, facsimiles, half morocco, uncut
royal folio. 1860
***Printed for private circulation only.
1316 Halliwell (J. O.) Notes of Family Excursions in North Wales, AR. Smite
privately printed, 2 copies
square royal 12mo.
1317 Halliwell (J. O.) Rambles in Western Cornwall by the Footsteps of
1318 Halliwell (J. O.) List of Old-Book Rarities in his Library,
square royal 12mo. 1861 Molini
square royal 16mo. 1862
Penny Merriments and Histories printed at Glasgow 1695-98, Haz lett |
only 25 copies printed, half morocco, uncut
1319 Halliwell (J. O.) Account of a singular and unique Collection of early
small 4to. 1864
1321 Halliwell (J. O.) Nominal Index to his descriptive Calendar of the
half morocco, uncut, top edge gilt
Only 25 copies printed, of which 15 were subsequently destroyed.
1322 Halliwell (J. O.) List of Works illustrative of Shakespeare, Stratford, Pickering
the Drama, printed by him for private circulation
crown 8vo. 1867