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HOW TO USE A LIBRARY. 

By JAMES DOUGLAS STEWART, 

Islingrton Public Libraries ; " Editor of tbe English Catalogue," etc. 

Practical Advice to Students and General Readeis, with Explanations of Library Catalogues, a 
Systematic Description of Guides to Books, and a Guide to Special Libraries, etc. 

F'cap 8vo., bound in Library style, cloth gilt, 2s. net. 

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ANCESTRAL TABLETS. 

A COLLECTION OF DIAGRAMS FOR PEDIGREES. 

By WILLIAM H. WHITMORE, A.M. 

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Telegraphic and Cable Address : 
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MAGGS BROS. 

(FORMERLY OF 109 STRAND) 

34 & 35 Conduit St., London, W. 

DEALERS IN FINE AND RARE 

Books, Prints and Autographs 

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A MAGNIFICENT SERIES OF FINELY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES 
REGULARLY ISSUED. 

ENGLISH AND FOREIGN LIBRARY 
AND PRIVATE WANTS RECEIVE 
— PROMPT ATTENTION 

LIBRARY AGENCIES COMMISSIONS EXECUTED 

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ITEMS OF RARITY AND INTEREST 
ALWAYS GLADLY PURCHASED. 



Some Recent Current Catalogues. 

-Books on Art and Allied Subjects. 

-Early English Literature (i6th to i8th Century) 

-Interesting and Valuable Books. 

-Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Bindings. 

-Drama and Music (Old Plays, etc.). 

-Early Printed and Illustrated Books, etc. 

-Autograph Letters and MSS, (Spring, 191 8). 

-Famous Illustrated Books of the XlXth Century : Sports and 

Pastimes, etc. 
-First Editions : Association Books, etc. 
-Autograph Letters and MSS. (Summer, 191 8). 
-Rare and Beautiful Books, MSS., etc. 
-Autograph Letters and MSS. (Autumn, 1918). 
-Engrav^ Portraits and Decorative Subjects, also Drawings and 

Etchings. 
-Books on Topography : Voyages and Travels, Natural History, etc. 
-Autograph Letters and MSS. (Christmas, 191 8). 

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ESTABLISHED OVER FIFTY YEARS. 



Book- Prices Current. 



BOOK-PRICES CURRENT 

ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT 
throughout, with cross references. 

Being a Record of the Prices at which Books have been 
sold at Auction, with the Titles and Descriptions of the 
Books in full, the Catalogue Numbers, the Names of the 
Purchasers, Special Notes on certain Books, and a very 
full Index. 

Demy 8vo. bound in buckram, and printed on good paper, with 
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©pinions of tbe press, 

" We acknowledge, with much pleasure, that ' Book-Prices Current ' is now 
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its asth year, and it is, we believe, the only purely bibliographical periodical 
in existence which has continued to appear for a quarter of a century 
re(;ularly, uninterruptedly, and with a promptitude which is a credit to those 
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imitators, both at home and abroad ; but the only effect of this rivalry has 
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the publication to such a position of universal esteem." — Publishers' Circular. 



Uniform with Book-Prices CURRENT, 

THE INDICES TO THE FIRST THIRTY 
VOLUMES OF BOOK-PRICES CURRENT. 

In Three Volumes, Demy 8vo. 

Constituting a Reference List of Subjects imd^ incidentally^ 

a Key to Anonymous and Pseudonymous Literature. 

Vol. I., 1 887- 1 896, One Guinea net. 
Vol. II., 1897-1906, Two Guineas net. 
Vol. III., 1907- 1916. In Preparation. 

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?«i*e from those who can understand the difficulties of the printers' task."— 
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Book- Prices Current: 



RECORD OF THE PRICES AT WHICH BOOKS 

HAVE BEEN SOLD AT AUCTION, 

FROM OCTOBER, 191 7, TO AUGUST, igijS, 

BEING THE SEASON 1917-1918, 

ARRANGED IN ONE ALPHABEi. 



VOL. XXXII 




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LONDON : 
ELLIOT STOCK, 7, PATERNOSTER ROW, E.C. 



1918 



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INDICES TO 

Book -Prices Current 

Volumes XXI. to XXX. 
For the Years 1907-1916. 

Volumes XL to XX. 
For the Years 1897-1906, 

AND 

Volumes I. to X. 
For the Years 1887-1896. 

FORMING KEYS TO THE THIRTY VOLUMES AND, 

INCIDENTALLY, TO ANONYMOUS, PSEUDONYMOUS, 

AND SUPPRESSED LITERATURE, WITH A SUPPLEMENT 

OF BIBLIOPHILES AND BIBLIOPOLES. 

Uniform with '• Book- Prices Current." Demy 8vo. 

The Clique says : — " In the course of testing a great number 
of references, to see whether we could discover any errors, we 
are glad to say that we can find none. This is high praise when 
the author says in his preface, *This Index contains about 
one hundred thousand entries, while the numerals 
employed, which closely approach a million, almost 
defy counting.* Among the great advantages of the Index 
may be mentioned the promptitude with which the reader may 
now find and compare the relative value of any book during the 
decade covered (bringing to a point the various copies sold), 
enabling him to ascertain whether its value has increased or 
dimished during the period. . . . The Second Index is so superior 
to the former one that the permanent value of * B.P.C.* 
•A a bibliographer's guide is increased fourfold. 
This index is one of the largest ever compiled, and it represents 
three years' work." 

The Library Association Record says : — *' These volume are 
Indispensable to every reference library, and add 

considerably to the reputation of English Bibliography." 

LONDON I ELLIOT STOCK. 7. Paternoster Row. EX. 



INTRODUCTION. 



The most important sale recorded in this volume is that 
of the further instahnent of the Huth Library (Q-S), which, 
as a reference to the Table of Contents will show, realised 
£30,118, thus making the total sum to date, £211,143. 
Large as this amount is, there is now little doubt that 
when the entire library is dispersed it will fail to come up 
in point of sheer value to the record established by the 
great Hoe Sale, held in New York during April and 
May, 191 1. The total amount realised for Robert Hoe's 
fine collection of books amounted to the colossal sum of 
$1,932,056, or, roughly, £386,411 of our money. It will 
not, of course, have been forgotten that in the Huth 
Library there were a number of costly Shakespearean 
folios and quartos which were sold privately, and, there- 
fore, do not appear in Sotheby's catalogue; but, even if 
they had done so, the Hoe total could hardly have been 
reached. 

When compared with these figures, the amounts real- 
ised by the sales of the other libraries reported in this 
volume seem small indeed, though some of them were of 
great importance, and in their way quite as interesting as 
the two larger collections of which I have spoken. The 
Table of Contents affords the necessary information in 
this respect, though attention must certainly be called to 
the libraries of Mr. C. Fairfax Murray, sold by Messrs. 
Christie, Manson and Woods on December 10-12, 1917, 



vi. Introduction. 



and March 18-21, 1918 ; the third and final portion of the 
hbrary of the late Mr. George Dunn, of Maidenhead, sold 
by Messrs. Sotheby on November 22-29 of the same year ; 
a selection from the hbrary of Mr. George W. Fitzwilham, 
April 29th to May 2, 1918 ; and a selected portion of the 
library of Lieut. Lord Vernon, R.N., June 10-12, 1918 — 
this last of quite exceptional importance. The sale of 
Mr. Dunn's library commenced in February, 1913, and 
realised from first to last as much as £32,390. The hbrary 
of the late Mr. A. M. Broadley, sold by Messrs. Hodgson 
at various dates from July 21, 1916, onward, is dealt with, 
so far as its final stages are concerned, in this present 
volume, and that was also most important by reason of 
the extraordinary number of extra illustrated books con- 
tained in it. Mr. Broadley was an extra illustrator, or 
*' Grangerizer," second to none, and extraordinarily suc- 
cessful in the pursuit of the necessary material. As a rule 
the " Grangerizer " confines his attention to extra illus- 
trating some particular book, as did Mr. Sutherland, of 
Gower Street, who illustrated the copy of Clarendon 
and Burnet, now in the Bodleian, at a cost of upwards 
of £12,000 ; or it may be that he will confine himself 
to two or three works, expending upon them the 
energy of many years. Mr. Broadley, however, extra 
illustrated a large number of books, keeping them going, 
as it were, at the same time, and finding in this way a 
haven for multitudes of portraits, views, holograph letters, 
manuscripts, and general miscellanea which go to the 
making of the perfect extra illustrated book, if, indeed, 
such a prodigy exists. 

Now that the war is virtually over, it is possible to say 
that, although it interfered very greatly in its early stages 
with the sale of books, as indeed with many other things 
that might be named, the period of depression soon passed 



Introduction. 



away, and it can be asserted with confidence that during 
the season that has drawn to its close the prices obtained 
lor books of a really important character ruled higher than 
they have ever done before in this country. Reference is 
made, of course, in general terms to books of a very de- 
sirable kind, and not necessarily to individual volumes, 
which may or may not maintain their value according to 
circumstances prevailing at the time. 

J. H. SLATER. 
Kingsion-on- Thames, 

Surrey, 

November, igi8. 



CONTENTS, 

Comprising a 

TABLE OF THE SALES BY AUCTION 
REPORTED IN THIS VOLUME. 



The Reference appended to each entry throughout the following 
pages is to the first day of the undermentioned sales : — 



1917. 
Oct. 23-26. 

Oct. 24-26. 
Nov. 5-21. 

Nov. 13-14. 

Nov. 19-20. 



Nov. 26. 

Nov. 28-29. 
Dec. 4-7. 

Dec. 6. 



Sotheby. 

Hodgson. 
Sotheby. 

Puttick. 



American 

Art 

Association. 



Miscellaneous. 
4s. 6d. 

Miscellaneous. 



Nov. 22-29. Sotheby. 



Christie. 

Hodgson. 
Sotheby. 

Hodgson. 



Amount realised, ;^3,i97 



Library of the late Mr. George Manville 
Fenn. Amount reaUsed, ;£3,549 12s. 6d. 



Amount realised, £^j(> 



Miscellaneous. 
15s. 6d. 

Miscellaneous. 



Third and final portion of the Library 
of the late Mr. George Dunn, of Maiden- 
head. Amount realised, ;^i 1,737 4s. 6d, 

The Property of the late Sir Hugh Lane 
and others. 

Miscellaneous. 

Miscellaneous. Amount reaUsed, ;^2,82a 
14s. od. 

The Library of the late Mr. R. W. Taylor, 
of Folkestone, and other Properties. 



Contents. 



IX. 



Christie. 



American 

Art 

Association. 

Hodgson. 



American 

Art 

Association. 

Sotheby. 



Hodgson. 



The first portion of the Library of Mr. C. 
Fairfax Murray. Amount reahsed, 
;{i8,979 6s. od. 

The Library of the late Mr. James 
Buchanan Brady, and other Properties. 

Fourth portion of the Library of the late 
Mr. A. M. Broadley. 



Miscellaneous. 



Selection from the Library of the late 
Rt. Hon. the Earl of Mexborough, and 
other Properties. Amount realised, 
;^3,7i2 8s. 6d. 

Miscellaneous. 



Sotheby. 

Puttick. 

American 

Art 

Association. 

Sotheby. 
Sotheby. 

Christie. 



American 

Art 

Association. 

American 

Art 

Association. 

Hodgson. 

American 

Art 

Association. 

Christie. 



Miscellaneous. 
5S. od. 



Amount realised, ;^ 1,2 15 
Amount realised, ^^962 



Miscellaneous 
3s. 6d. 

The Libraries of the late Mr 
Dick and Mr. W. B. Dick, 
realised, 18,918.25. 



Harris B. 
Amount 



Amount realised, ;^2,585 



Miscellaneous. 
14s. od. 

The third and final portion of the stock 
of the late Mr. Joseph Hornstein. Amount 
reahsed, ;^i 1,376 15s. 6d. 

The Indian and Oriental Library of Sir 
Richard Carnac Temple. 

The Libraries of the late Hon. T. G. 
Bergen and Van Brunt Bergen. Amount 
realised, $6,927.50. 

Miscellaneous. Amount realised, $17,332. 

Miscellaneous. 

The Library of Dr. Oscar Haywood. 
Amount realised, $5,992. 

The second portion of the Library of Mr. 
C. Fairfax Murray. Amount realised, 
;^I9,726. 



X. 



Contents. 



March 19-20. 
March 25-26. 

April 8-12. 
April 10. 

April II. 

April 22-25. 



April 29- 
May 2. 



May 13. 

May 14-16. 
May 23-24. 

June 3-5. 

June 10-12. 

June 17-20. 

June 26-27. 
July 1-9- 



Puttick. 
Sotheby. 

Sotheby. 



Miscellaneous. 
19s. 



Amount realised, ;^940 



The remaining portion of the Library of 
the late Mr. C. H. Shoppee, and other 
Properties. Amount realised, ;^i, 611 12s. 
6d. 

The Library of the late Mr. H. B. Wheat- 
ley. Amount realised, ;^5,i37 us. 

American ] The Library of the late Mr. Charles 
Art y Roberts, of Philadelphia. Amount real- 

Association, j ised, $7,924.50. 



American 

Art 

Association 

Christie. 



„) 

" I 

ion. j 



Books, etc. of Thos. Hutchinson, the last 
Royal Governor of Massachusetts. 
Amount realised, $4,614.50. 

Sale for the benefit of the British Red 
Cross Society and the Order of the Hos- 
pital of St. John of Jerusalem in England 
(" The Red Cross Sale "). 

Sotheby. A selection from the Library of Mr. 

George W. Fitzwilliam, of Milton Hall, 
Peterborough, and other Properties. 
Amount realised, ;^ii,736 los. 

Sotheby. Books and MSS. relating to Music and 

Musical Notation, the property of the 
late Mr. A. H. Littleton, of Lancaster 
Gate, W. 

Sotheby. Miscellaneous. 

Puttick. The Library of the late Dr. George Flux, 

and other Properties. Amount realised, 
;£763 OS. 6d. 

Sotheby. Books, Manuscripts and Autograph Let- 

ters from various sources. Amount real- 
ised, i'^All 8s. 6d. 

Sotheby. A selected portion of the Library of Lieut. 

Lord Vernon, R.N. (the Sudbury Hall 
Library). Amount realised, ;^20,20i los. 

Sotheby. The Library of the late Mr. F. G. Stephens, 

and other Properties. Amount realised, 
;^2,698 19s. 6d. 

Puttick. Miscellaneous. 

Sotheby. The Huth Library (seventh portion, Q to- 

S). Amount realised, ;^30,ii8 15s. 6d. 



July 17-19. Hodgson. Miscellaneous. 



Contents. 



XI. 



July 22-25. Sotheby. 

July 22. Christie. 

July 29-30. Sotheby, 

Aug. 7-8. Sotheby. 



The first portion of the Library of the 
late Mr. P. M. Pittar, and other Proper- 
ties. Amount reaHsed, ;^io,889 i6s. od. 

Sporting Books, the property of Mr. S. E. 
Kennedy, and Miscellaneous Books. 



Miscellaneous. 
1 6s. od. 

Miscellaneous. 
3s. od. 



Amount realised, ;^2.i88 



Amount realised, £^,2$^ 



The contractions used are few in number, and, generally speaking, 
familiar, though the following may be incidentally mentioned : — 



n.p, 



, or d. 


No place or date of publication, 


bds. 


Boards. 


m.e. 


Marbled edges. 


r.e. 


Red edges. 


w.a.f. 


With all faults. 


t.e.g. 


Top edges gilt. 


v.y. 


Various years. 



Autograph §rim dfurrent 

(Published Annually in September), 

BEING A COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL AND CHRONOLOGICAL 
RECORD OF AUTOGRAPH LETTERS, DOCUMENTS AND 
ALL CLASSES OF MANUSCRIPTS SOLD BY AUCTION IN 
LONDON, WITH THE DATE AND PLACE OF SALE, NAME 
OF PURCHASER AND PRICE OF EACH LOT. TOGETHER 
WITH A COMPREHENSIVE CROSS-REFERENCE INDEX. 

Vol. I. comprising AUGUST, 1914 -JULY, 1916 inclusive. 
„ II. „ AUGUST, 1916 -JULY, 1917 

„ III. „ AUGUST, 1917-JULY, 1918 

Price 25s. per volume net. 

The Times : "The volume is full of interesting documents. . . . 
On every page of this carefully edited volume there is something to 
arrest the attention." 

Daily Telegraph: "Will undoubtedly supply a long-felt want, 
and should be welcomed alike by collectors and bibliographers." 

Publishers' Circular ( referring to Vol. I.): "Mr. Courville has 
done his work so well that we feel sure this volume is but the 
first of a long series of annual volumes." 

Morning Post : " Of the greatest value to historical workers." 

Glass;ow Herald: " Invaluable book of reference. . . . Wisely 
items valued as modestly as one shilling are also included." 

Pall Mall Gazette: " Should prove of immense service." 

Sphere: "... A most interesting book ... a multitude of good 
things" 

Etc., etc. 



Coins antr tj^^ir ©^atos. 

A publication based on the actual sale prices realised 
for Old Coins and Medals during 1917. 

Price 15s. net. 

The Connoisseur : "The compact and handily arranged little 
volume will prove a boon to numismatic collectors. It provides a 
reliable guide to the prices realised by coins, medals, and tokens. 
. . . Every item can be instantly referred to, and a number of the 
rarer pieces are illustrated. ..." 

Etc. 



E. H. COURVILLE. 62, Friern Park, London, N.12. 



BOOK-PRICES CURRENT 

VOLUME XXXII. 



(A. H.) Partheneia Sacra, or the . . . Garden of the Sacred 
Parthenes, front, and plates of emblems, mor. gt., g.e., 
by F. Bedford, John Cousturier, 1633, 8vo. (281), Dec. 17^ 
Sotheby Davis cS- Orioli, £^ 43. 

A. (T.) Religio Clerici, orig. cf., Printed for Henry Brome, 
1681, sm. 8vo. (1733), Nov. 22, Sotheby Dobell, £1 12s. 

Abbot (Geo.) Briefe Description of the Whole World (leaf 
p I torn), orig. sheep gt., 1635, sm. 8vo. (i), April 29, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £2 

Abbot (Geo.) Case of Impotency as debated in England . . 
between Robert Earl of Essex and Lady Frances Howard, 
2 vol., cf., 1 7 15 — Cases of Divorce for several Causes, 2 
ports, inserted, cf., r.e., 1723, together 3 vol., 8vo. (i), 
Nov. 5, Sotheby Crompton, £^ 

[Another copy of the first-named work, together with 
" Case of Impotency debated in the late famous Tryal at 
Paris," 1714, together 3 vol., 8vo., realised £2 12s. 6d,, 
old cf., same sale, Lot 2.] 

Abbott (H.) Antiquities of Rome, 24 col. aquatint plates, 
hf. roan, Baldwin, 18 18, folio (303), Dec. 19, Hodgson 

Tiranti, £1 8s, 

A'Beckett (G. A.) Comic History of England, the orig. 20 
(in 19) numbers, wrappers, 1846-47, 8vo. (126), Jan. 23, 
Puttick Shepherd, £'j 5s. 

r/4 15s , orig. cl., first ed., 1847-48, 2 vol., 8vo., same 
sale, Lot 451 ; ^5 2s. 6d., the Comic Histories of England 
and Rome, first eds., together 3 vol., 1847-48 and n.d., 
orig. cl., Feb. 25, Sotheby, Lot 2804.] 

A'Beckett (G. A.) Comic History of England and Comic 
History of Rome, col. plates and illustrations by J. 
Leech, 3 vol., linen bds., uncut, n.d., 8vo. (7), Nov. 5, 
Sotheby Phillips, £1 14s. 

A'Beckett (G. A.) Quizziology of the British Drama, first 
ed., front, by Leech and woodcuts, orig. cl., g.e.. Punch 
Office, 1846, 8vo. (3), Nov. 5, Sotheby Massey, £1 

Accoltis (Fr. de). Elegantissima et fecundissima [Lectura] in 
librum secundum decretaha scripta, lit. flOtft., red pen 
initials (wormed), BononicB, Ugo de Rugeriis, 1481 — 
Cambanis (Vitalis de). Tractatus Clausularum, lit. flotf). 
(some margins' stained and wormed), Venetiis, J. Herbort, 
1483, 2 vol. in I, modern oak bds., clasps, 1481-3, folio 
(1024), Oct. 23, Sotheby Pickard, ^3 los. 

XXXII. (i) I 



Acc] Book-Prices Current. 

Accoltis (Fr, de). Lectura in titulo de legatis primo, lit. gotl)- 
[Hain 55], Mediolani ad impensas dni Petri Antonii de 
Castellione, 1492, 29 Octobris — Commentaria super titulo 
de accusat. inquisit. et denunciat. in quinto libro Decreta- 
lium [Hain 46, Pellechet 30], Piscics, Laurentius et Fran- 
ciscus Cellis, i486, in i vol., old veil., folio (i), June 10, 
Sotheby Quaritch, ^12 los. 

Accursius (Mariangelus) . Osci et Volsci, Dialogus Ludis 
Romanis Actus, title and 10 leaves, cf. [? Rome, c. 1513], 
sm. 4to. (2), June 10, Sotheby Davis 6- Orioli, £2 2S. 

Achillinus (Alex.) De Chyromantiae Principiis et Physio- 
nomiae (cum Introductorio Bartholomei Coclitis), lit. 
flOtf)., double columns, 49 lines, full-page woodcut, painted 
ornamental initials (some leaves wormed), old cf. (re- 
backed), arms of the Herbert family, [colophon] Impressum 
Bononie per Joanez Antoniuz Platonidem Benedictoruz 
Civem Bononiensem, 1503, iv. Sept., sm. folio (1732), Nov. 
22, Sotheby Ellis, ^5 los. 

Ackermann (R.) Historical Sketch of Moscow, 12 col. plates, 
orig. bds. (rebacked), title and text bound up at end, 181 3, 
4to. (785), April 29, Sotheby Quaritch, £j los. 

Ackermann (R.) History of the Abbey Church of St. Peter's, 
Westminster [by W. Combe], col. plates after A. Pugin, 
etc., 2 vol. (a few leaves foxed), mor. ex., g.e. (rubbed), 
1812, 4to. (506), July 29, Sotheby Cartwright, £10 los. 

Ackermann (R.) History of the Abbey Church of St. Peter's, 
Westminster (by W. Combe), col. plates, large paper, 
2 vol., hf. russ. (cracking), 1812, 4to. (594), Nov. 13, 
Puttick Feather stone, £^ 

Ackermann (R.) History of the Colleges of Winchester, 
Eton and Westminster, with the Charter-House, the 
Schools of St. Paul's, Merchant Taylors, Harrow, Rugby 
and Christ's Hospital, 48 col. plates by Havell and others, 
after Westall and others, cl., 1816, thick imp. 4to. (856), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Bumpus, £^4 los. 

[;^4i, hf. mor., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 789; ;^35, mor. 
ex. (rubbed), July 29, Sotheby, Lot 503.] 

Ackermann (R.) History of the Colleges of Winchester, Eton 

and Westminster, etc., 48 col. plates, hf. mor., t.e.g., 

bound from the parts with the orig. wrappers, fme copy, 

1816. 4to. (2955), Feb. 25, Sotheby Maggs, £t,j 

[£■^0 IDS., mor. gt., g.e., Feb. 20, Sotheby, Lot 158.] 

Ackermann (R.) History of the University of Cambridge, 
large paper, port, of the Duke of Gloucester, col. plates 
and other illustrations, 2 vol., hf. mor. (rubbed), rough 
edges, L. Harrison and J. C. Leigh, 1815, imp. 4to. (788). 
April 29, Sotheby Batsford, ^27 

Ackermann (R.) History of the University of Cambridge, 
col. plates and ports., 2 vol., cf. gt., g.e., with two fore- 
edge pamtmgs, one of Sion House and the other of King's 
College, by Edwards of Halifax, illustration in catalogue, 
1815. roy. 4to. (284), Dec. 17, Sotheby Sotheran, £44 

(2) 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., iqiS. [act 

Ackermann (R.) History of the University of Cambridge, col. 

plates and ports., 2 vol., russ. gt. (slightly broken), 1815, 

4to. (610), June 17, Sotheby H. Davis, £1% 

[£\^ 15s., mor. ex., July 29, Sotheby, Lot 504; £i'j, 

russ., m.e., Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 618.] 

Ackermann (R.) History of the University of Oxford, large 
PAPER, col. plates, including ports, of the founders, 2 vol., 
18 1 4 — History of the University of Cambridge, large 
PAPER, col. plates, including ports, of the founders, 2 vol., 
181 5 — History of the Colleges of Winchester, Eton and 
Westminster, large paper, col. plates, 18 16, together 5 
vol., uniform russ. gt., g.e., line set, 1814-16, folio (2967), 
Feb. 25, Sotheby Jaschke, £116 

Ackermann (R.) History of the University of Oxford, col. 
plates, including the academical robes, 2 vol. (a few leaves 
discoloured), mor. ex., g.e., 1814, 4to. (505), July 29, 
Sotheby G. H. Brown, £1^ los. 

Ackermann (R.) History of the University of Oxford, col. 
plates, including the academical robes, but without the 
founders' ports., 2 vol., russ. gt. (repaired), 1814, 4to. 
(786), April 29, Sotheby Braun, £12 

[The series of 33 ports, of founders in col. aquatint, 
published for Ackermann' s History of Oxford, n.d., realised 
£j I OS., same sale. Lot 787.] 

Ackermann (R.) Microcosm of London, col. plates by Row- 
landson and Pugin (descriptive text by W. Combe), 3 
vol., mor. gt., g.e., n.d., roy. 4to. (271), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Maggs, £17 5s. 

Ackermann (R.) Microcosm of London, orig. ed., col. plates 

by Rowlandson and Pugin [descriptive text by W. 

Combe], 3 vol., cf. gt., g.e., 1808-10, roy. 4to. (410), 

Nov. 28, Hodgson Bumpus, £2.2, 

\j£^2, mor. ex., July 29, Sotheby, Lot 562.] 

Ackermann (R.) Microcosm of London, 104 col. plates, 3 vol., 
hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, fine copy, 1808-10, 
4to. (2953), Feb. 25, Sotheby Sawyer, 27 los. 

[^27, hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., by Pratt, 3 vol.', 4to., n.d. 
(1808), Dec. 17. Sotheby, Lot 283; ;^ii 5s., hf. mor., 
t.e.g., by Root & Son, 3 vol., 4to., 1809, Feb. 25, Sotheby, 
Lot 2954 ; £'25> russ., some plates foxed, July 22, Sotheby, 
Lot 504 ; ;^27, cf. gt., Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 619.] 

Ackermann (R.) Picturesque Tour of the English Lakes. 
See Fielding (T. H.) and Walton (J.) 

Ackermann (R.) Repository of Arts, Literature and Com- 
merce, col. plates, 89 vol. (various), 1809-28, 8vo. (2808), 
Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, £^i 

Ackermann (R.) Repository of Arts, Literature and Com- 
merce, First Series, Vol. v.-viii. ; Second Series, Vol. i., ii., 
iv., vii., x.-xiv. ; Third Series, Vol. i.-xii. ; together 25 
vol., col. pktes, hf. cf. (not uniform), 1811-28, 8vo. (i), 
Aug. 7, Sotheby Spencer, ^^33 

Act for Promoting and Propagating the Gospel of Jesus Chnst 

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in New England, blaclt letter, title and 6 pages numbered 
407-12, Commonwealth arms on title, cf. ex., g.e., fine 
copy. Printed for Edward Husband, 1649, folio (60), Dec. 
17, Sotheby H. Stevens, £11 

Actors by Gaslight, or " Boz " in the Boxes, Nos. 1-38, illus- 
trations of actors and actresses, with the humorous en- 
gravings in Nos. 1-12, hf. mor., uncut, 1838, 8vo. (796), 
April 8, Sotheby Quariich, £s 7s. 6d. 

Acts of Parliament. See Statutes 

Adair (Jas.) History of the American Indians, map, cf. gt., 
g.e., 1775, 4to. (3), June 10, Sotheby H. Stevens, £^ 15s. 

Adam (R. and J.) Works on Architecture (Decoration and 
Furniture), plates, orig. bds., {Reprint), Batsford, 1880, 
atlas folio (14), July 22, Sotheby Heffer, £1 4s. 

Adam (Victor) . Histoire du Napol6on et de la Grande Armee, 
wrapper-title (mounted) and 24 plates in col. lithograph, 
hf. mor., g.e., Paris, puhlie par Jeannin, n.d., folio (791), 
April 29, Sotheby Philpot, ;^ii 

[Addison (J.)] Songs in the New Opera call'd Rosamond, 
compos'd by Mr. Tho. Clayton, engraved plates with 
words and music, cf. gt. ex., g.e., by Riviere, n.d., folio 
(143), May 13, Sotheby Maggs, £2 los. 

Addison (J.) The Spectator, orig. daily issues from No. i, 
Thursday, March ist, 171 1 to No. 200, Friday, October 
19, 171 1 (except No. 149), in i vol., foHo; old cf. (rebacked), 
W. M. Thackeray's copy, with his little embossed book- 
stamp and several marginal notes in his hand, Sam> 
Buckley, 171 1 (2931), April 22, Christie, presented by Mr. 
C. J. Sawyer ;^30 

Addison (J.) Works, third ed., port, by Vertue, 4 vol., cf. 
(rebacked), J. and R. Tonson, 1741, 4to. (4), March 6, 
American Art Association $10 

Addison (J.) Works, Baskerville's ed., plates by Grignion, 
after Hayman, and port, by Miller, after Kneller, 4 vol., 
contemp. russ., g.e., fine copy, almost entirely free from 
stains, Birmingham, 1761, 4to. (858), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Maggs, £^ 3s. 
\£-^ I OS., with autograph signature of author on title, 
cf., Nov. 5, Sotheby, Lot 272 ; £2 los., cf. gt., April 29, 
Sotheby, Lot 2 ; £^, cf. gt., Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 396.] 

Adjuratio Immudorum Spirituum humana Corpora, etc., lit. 
flOtt). (8 leaves), cut of an abbot at a reading desk on title, 
s.a.L et n. — Martinus de Aries ; Tractate insignis et ex- 
quisitissimus de Superstitionibus contra maleficia, lit. 
gOt^., Explicit Parisius anno 151 7, xxi. Junii — Malleus 
maleficarum, lit. QOt^-, Jehan Marion's device on a sepa- 
rate leaf at end, [colophon] Impressus Lugduni per . . 
Joannem Marion anno 15 19, in i vol., old French cf. (re- 
backed), cr. 8vo. (1734), Nov. 22, Sotheby Dobell, £3 

Adrianus Carthusiensis. Liber de remediis utriusq»; Fortunae, 
lit. flOt^. [Hain *94, Proctor 275], (wormed, but clean and 
large), contemp. oak bds. and leather, with small stamps 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [aen 

(worn and repaired). Absque ulla nota, " Explicit liber de 
remediis utriusq^ fortune " [Argentinae, H. Eggestein, c. 
1470], sm. 4to. (1735), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £G 12s. 6d. 

Adventures of a Post Captain. See Thornton (A.) 

Adventures of Doctor Comicus, or the Frohcs of Fortune (by 
W. Combe ?), first ed., col. plates, hf. mor., m.e., n.d. 
(718), Nov. 5, Sotheby Tregaskis, ^-^ 

Advertisement to the Jury-men of England touching Witches 
(a reply to Perkins's " Damned Art of Witchcraft ") 
(16 leaves), new hf. cf., ] . G. for R. Royston, 1653, sm. 
4to. (ii8<)), July 22, Sotheby ^^ff^'^>i'h los. 

iEgidius (de Columna). De Regimine Principum, libri tres, 
ed. princcps, lit. rom. [Hain *io7, l^roctor 1535], painted 
ornamental initials, fine copy, [colophon] . . . Anno a 
partu Virginis Salutifero. Millesimoquadringentesimosep- 
iiiagesinioterico. Vicesima septima mensis Junli, s.l. et n. 
[Augsburg, G. Zainer, 1473] —Bernardus (S. Abbas Clare- 
vallensis). Epistolae et Tractatus, ed. princeps, lit. flOtf)., 
a blank wanting [Hain *2870, Proctor 285], fine copy, 
Absque ulla nota [Argentinae, H. Eggestein, c. 1475], in i 
vol., old monastic bds. and hf. stamped pigskin, blue 
edges, folio (1736), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £i() 

i^neas Sylvius. [Contra Turcos.] " Pius Papa secundus elo- 
quentissimus qui obiit Anno m.cccc.lxiiii. i Anchona, 
dum praefisisci proposuerit contra thurchos. composuit," 
&c., lit. rom. [Hain 174, Proctor 3361], hf. bd.. Absque 
ulla nota [Roniae, Ulrich Han with Simon Nicholai Char- 
della, c. 1474], sm. 4to. (3777), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £j 

^neas Sylvius. De duobus amatibus, lit. rom., long lines, 28 
to a full page, 42 leaves, including a blank at beginning 
and end, without marks [not in Hain or Pellechet, an 
earlier variant of Proctor 3455I, painted initials, old cf., 
rough edges. Absque ulla nota [Rcnnae, printer of " Mer- 
curiales Ouaestiones," c. 1473], sm. 4to. (3775), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £j 5s. 

iEneas Sylvius. De duobus amantibus, roman letter, contemp. 
MS. notes, mor. ex., g.e., by Lenegre [Hain 218, Proctor 
7146], Absque ulla nota [Vicenza. Giovanni of Reno, second 
press, n.d.], 4to. (4), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £'j 

^neas Sylvius. Historia Bohemica, lib. V., lit. rom., blank 
at the beginning [? Hain 253, _? Proctor 3485], hf. bd., 
[colophon] . . Impressorib^ Mgris Johanne Nicolai Han- 
heymer de Oppenheim & Johanne Schurener de Bcpardia, 
Rome, Anno mcccclxxv. Die x. mesis Januarii . . 4to. 
(3770), Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £'j 

[Hain gives 71 leaves only ; this has 72 leaves of text, 
I blank, and probably should have a blank for last leaf. 
Hain also says that the colophon ends with the words 
" Memento mori," followed by a Caput Mortui, which 
are not in this copy.] 

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Mneas Sylvius. Historia Reruni ubique gestarum (Prima 
Pars), lit. rem. j'Hain *257, Proctor 4322], Venetiis, 
Johannes de Colonia et Jo. Manthen de Gherretzem, 1477 
— Merula (Geo.) De Antiquitate Vice Comitum, lit. 
rom. [Hain *ii095, Proctor 6074], Absque ulla notd 
[Mediolani, Guill. Le Signerre pro Minutiano, 14—], in i 
vol., sides of i6th century Netherlands oak bds. and 
leather, stamped centre panels, in 4 divisions, small 
separate stamps (rebacked and repaired), [from the 
library of Wm. Morris], folio (3772), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Edwards, £8 5s. 

.^neas Svlvius. [Somnium de Fortuna], Dialogus, ht. rom., 
54 leaves, the first an orig. blank [Hain *i93, Proctor 
3487], old bds., [colophon] Presens liber impressus est 
Roma per Magistrum Johannem Schurener de Bopardia, 
anno Jubilei . . m.cccc.lxxv. die xi. Mensis Septebris 
(1475), sm. folio (3778), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £8 15s. 

-^schylus. Tragedies, trans, by R. Potter, 2 vol., containing, 
the autograph signature of William Blake in each vol., 
bds., 1829, 8vo. (28), June 17, Sotheby Tregaskis, £\\ 

-<Eschylus. Tragoediae sex (Graced), XVIth cent. Lyonese 
mor. gt., g.e. (repaired), Venetiis in aedibus Aldi et Andreae 
Soceri, 1517, 8vo. (5), June 10, Sotheby Dobell, £'j 

yEschylus. Tragoediae Sex, Graece, ex recognitione Adr. 
Turnebi, ruled in red, woodcut initials and ornaments, 
contemp. French mor., centre gt. ornaments, g.e. (re- 
paired), from the Gennadius librar^^ Paris., ex off. Adr, 
Turnebi, 1552, 8vo. (1740), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Dobell, £2. 15s. 

iEsop. Appologi sine mythologi cum quibusdam carminum 
et fabularum additionibus Seb. Brant, fjotfjic letter, 44 
lines to a page (same type as Furter's edition), signatures, 
335 woodcuts, cf., blind tooled, Basle, Jac [Wolff] of 
PJorzheim, 1501, folio (13), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £88 
[The first ed., with the second part by Seb. Brant, the 
author of "The Ship of Fools." Collation: ab8, c6-o8 
(alternately), p-s6 (last blank), a-b8, cd6, e8-k6 (alter- 
nately), L4, m6 (last blank, missing) = 204 leaves, un- 
numbered.] 

iEsop. P'ables, with a Life of the Author, 112 plates by 
Blake, Stothard and others, 2 vol. in i, russ. (rubbed), 
Stockdale, 1793, 8vo. (342), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Campbell, £^ 4s. 

i'Esop. [Fabulae et] Vita e Greco latina per Rimuciu facta ad 
Antonium Card. Chrysogoni, \\i. got^. parva (blank for 
aj wanting), modern gt. Italian binding, rough edges 
[Hain 277, Proctor 5873], [colophon] Impressuz Mediolani 
ad ipesas Philippi Lavagniae Civis M ediolanensis 1480 die 
4. mesis Septeb, sm. 4to. (1742), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^ los. 

w^sop. [Fabulae et] Vita Esopi fabulatoris ciarissimi e greco- 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [aes 

latina per Rimicium facta, etc., semi-got^ic letter, signa- 
tures, woodcuts (coloured) and initials, mor. ex., g.e. (the 
Crawford and Butler copy), [s.n., Strassbiirg, H. Knob- 
lochtzer, c. 1481-2], sm. folio (9), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £iy 
[Copinger I. 325, Proctor 387. The full-length figure 
of .^sop without border and inlaid. Several leaves re- 
paired. Collation: a8-o6 (8 and 6 alternately), pq8 = 
114 leaves, i leaf (a8) missing. Illustration in cata- 
logue.] 

^5iSop. [Fabulae et] Vita Esopi fabulatoris clarissimi e greco 
latina per Rimicium facta, etc., gotf)ir letter, large wood- 
cut of ^sop, 194 other woodcuts and initials, mor. ex., 
g.e., by Lloyd [s.n., Augsburg, A. Sorg, c. i486], sm. folio 
(11), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £1^^ 

[Probably Sorg's only Latin edition. Hain *326, 
Proctor 1723. With MS. quotation, etc. on last blank 
leaf. One or two leaves repaired. Collation : a-p8, qio 
(last blank) = 130 leaves, unnumbered.) 

iEsop. Fabule z vita cum fabulis Auiani : Alfonsij : Pogij 
florentini : z aliorum, got^ic letter of two sizes, with signa- 
tures, 192 woodcuts, besides that of -^sop, occupying 
nearly the whole of title, mor. ex., g.e., Impresse Antwerpie 
per me Gerardum leeu . . . i486, folio (10), Dec. 10, Christie 

Tregaskis, £40 

[Probably the first L,atin edition (with date) printed 

in the Netherlands. Collation: a-g6, h8, a-i6=io4 

leaves, not numbered, last page blank, ai-6 and 16 are 

in facsimile.] 

iEsop. [Fabulae et] vita Esopi fabulatoris clarissimi e greco 
Latina per Rimicium facta, etc., QOtf)ic letter, i93 woodcuts, 
including large cut of .^sop, and initials, English cf. gt., 
red edges [s.n., Basle, Joh. de Amorbach or M. Furter, c. 
1490, folio (12), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, ;^I30 

[Apparently the first ed. printed in Switzerland. Hain 
♦327, ? Proctor 7629. Collation : a8-o6 (alternately), 
pq8= 114 leaves, not numbered ; £85, old English cf., one 
woodcut defective, March 18, Christie, Lot 859.] 

^sop. Fubulae et Vita, Latine et Italice per Accium Zucchi, 
gotl)tc letter, woodcuts, cf. gt., not subject to return 
(wanting 2 leaves and i imperfect, several leaves stained), 
Venetiis, Manfredus de Monteferato, 1493, sm. 4to. (3), 
March 18, Christie Quaritch, £14 los. 

iEsop. [Fabulae.] [Fables in German] a2 : Hye hept sich an 
das biich vnd leben das fabeltichers, etc., got^ic letter, 
front, of ^sop (in fac), over 150 woodcuts, ornamental 
initials (few painted red), wanting 19 leaves besides the 
first, hf. veil. (Hain *334), [s.n., Basle, M. Furter, c. 1495], 
sm. folio (14), Dec. 10, Christie Davis & Orioli, £1^ los. 

.<Esop. Fabulae, Gr. et Lat. (ex Interpretatione Rynucci 
Thettali, editae a Bono Accursio), lit. rom. [Hain 266, 
Proctor 7260], old veil., [colophon] Regit Impressum per 

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Dionysiimi bertochum, Anno Salutis mcccclxxxxvii. 
[1497], sm. 4to. (1744), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Davis & Orioli, £^ 13s. 

Msop. [Fabulae.j [Fables, in German.] Der teutsch Esopus, 
got^ic letter, woodcuts and initials, woodcut of ^sop under 
title within a border (repeated on verso without the bor- 
der), hf. bd., Augsburg, Hans Schoensperger, 1498, folio 
(15), Dec. 10. Christie Davis &> Orioli, £1^ los. 

[From William Monis's library (;^ii 5s.), and used by 
him in his " German Woodcuts." Hain 340. Collation : 
a-d8, e-p6, q8=io6 leaves. Six leaves missing (a7, b5 & 
6, h6, p4, q8), also corner of n6. The title repaired.] 

iEsop. Fabule, roman letter, large woodcut on title and 
woodcuts in text, mor. gt., g.e., by Lloyd, Absque ulla 
nota [Venezia, c. 1500], i2mo. (5), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £28 

JEsop. Fabulai , . . ab laurentio valla e greco in latinum ser- 
monem conuersae, got^ic letter, 20 long lines to a page, 
mor., lettered on side and back, ab6=i2 leaves, un- 
numbered, no headlines, Deventer [R. Pafraet], 1512, sm. 
4to. (8), Dec. 10, Christie Tregaskis, £^ 

iEsop. Fabulai, elegantissimis Iconibus veras animalium 
species ad viuum adumbrantes lo. Posthij Germershemij 
Tetrastichis illustratae, etc., Lat. and Ger., nearly 200 
woodcuts by Virgil Solis, italic and gotf)if letter, mor., g.e., 
A-z, ab8 = 204 leaves, Francoforti ad Moenum apud G. 
Cor. Sig. Feyrabend, etc., 1566, i2mo. (16), Dec. 10, 
Christie Edii-ards, £/\. 

iEsop. [Fabulae.l /Esopicarum Fabularum Delectus, Gr. et 
Lat., item Fabulae Hebraicse et Arabicae selectae e.K re- 
censione A. Alsop. large paper, front., old mor. gt., g.e., 
by Kalthoeber, with his ticket, Oxon., 1698, roy. 8vo. 
(287), Dec. 17, Sotheby Tregaskis, £1 

lEsop. [Fabulaj et Vita.] La Vita de Esopo Hystoriata — Fabule 
de Esopo Historiate, 2 vol. in i, woodcuts, old veil. 
{senz' alcima nota), 8vo. (417), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Trevor, £^ 

.^sop. Facecie Morales Lauretii Vallesis. alias Esopus Grecus 
per Laurentium translatus, gotfjif letter, rubricated, square 
woodcut on title, mor., g.e., with ex-libris Rev. W^ Sneyd 
[s.n., Deventer, Jac. de Breda, c. 1498], sm. 4to. (7), Dec. 10, 
Christie Tregaskis, £j los. 

[Copinger 112. Collation: a in 6, unnumbered. The 
Sneyd copy. £'i i8s. in 1903.] 

iEsop. Les Fables, avec celles de Auien et Alfonse, lettres 
batardes, title in red and black, woodcut of yEsop, cf. gt., 
Imprimees a Aniiers par Jehan le Graphier, pour Grogoire 
Boni, 1532, i2mo. (6), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £6 

iEsop. Les Fables. Auec celles de Auien : & Alfonce, gottjic 
letter, orig. cf. gt. and ties (repaired), (from the Huth col- 
lection. ;^2oo), Imprimees a Lyon a la Sphere cheux Gilles 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [age 

et Jacques Htiguetan freres, 1540, sm. 410. (7), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, ;^i8o 

JEsop. Les Fables, printed in lettres de civiUt6, mor., g.e., by 
Bauzonnet (from the Didot and Butler collections), 
Anvers, Jehan Bellere, 1561, i8mo. (8), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, ;{io 5s. 

JEsop. Moralizatus, cum bono comento, QOti)\c letter, 26-27 
lines to a full page, signatures, painted initials (some 
leaves wormed), mor. ex., g.e. [s.n., Cologne, Jo. Guldin- 
schaff, c. 1480J, sm. 4to. (i), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £j 15s. 
[Early edition, without cuts. Not in Hain (not 298) or 
Proctor. The type is probably Guldenschaff's No. i. 
Contemp. MS. notes. a-h8 (last blank) = 64 leaves, un- 
numbered.] 

.^Esop. Moralizatus, cum bono comento, got{)ic letter of two 
sizes, signatures, cf., Hain 309 (no collation), a8, b-f6 = 
38 leaves, unnumbered, Impressus anno salutis nostri 
[s.L, Cologne, H. QuentellJ, 1491, sm. 4to. (2), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, £5 5s. 

^sop. Moralizatus, QOtfjir letter of two sizes, initials painted, 
with signatures, a-e6, f8 (last blank), Impressus Dauan- 
tricB per me Richard urn pafroed. vicesimaquarta die mensis 
Decembris [c. 1495], sm. 4to. (3), Dec. 10, Christie 

'^'^aggs,£5 15s. 

iEsop. Moralisatus cum bono commento, roman letter, title 
in 4 lines of gothic, signatures, black pigskin (large copy, 
some leaves uncut) [s.n., Cologne, H. Quentell, c. 1498], 
sm. 4to. (5), Dec. 10, Christie Maggs, £^ los. 

[Hain *297, Proctor 1452. Collation: a-f6 = 36 leaves, 
numbered in roman (gothic) letters.] 

iEsop. Moralisatus cum bono cometo, roman letter, title in 
three lines of gothic, hf. bd. [s.n., ? Cologne : or ? S trass- 
burg, Martin Schott, c. 1498], sm. 4to. (6), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £5 13s. 

[Apparently undescribed, but very similar to Quentell's 

ed., c. 1498. The text consists of 58 fables in Latin verse, 

with commentary. Collation : a8, BC4, d8, E-G4, h8 = 44 

leaves, numbered.] 

iiisop. Moralisatus cu bono comento, QOt()ic letter, two sizes, 
signatures, mor. ex., g.e., Hain 318, collation : a8, b4, c8, 
d4, ef8 (last blank, missing),. Impressa Dauentrie per me 
Jac. de Breda, 1498, sm. 4to. (4), Dec. 10, Christie 

Davis &' Orioli, £6 

iEsop from Islington, wrappers. Printed in the year 1699, 
8vo. (433), Nov. 13, Puttick Rimell, £1 5s. 

Agenda parochialium ecclesiarum, lit. gotl)., 163 leaves (only), 
long lines, 19 or 20 to a full page, large capitals supplied 
by hand, Teutonic musical notation (wanting 5 leaves, 
first leaf defective, 6 leaves defective and mended, text 
on d 8 rubbed, a few wormholes), mor. ex., g.e., by Zaehns- 
dorf [Copinger III., p. 311, No. 3266b, " 170 leaves"], 

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[colophon] Anno a partu virginis Millesimo quadrin- 
gentesimo octuagesimo octavo, quarto idus Maij finitmn est 
. . Michaelis Wenssler et Jacohi de Kitchen . . . (1488), folio 
(144), May 13, Sotheby Quaritch, -£22 

Agricola (M.) Musica instrumentalis deudsch ynn welcher 
begriften, etc., first ed., lit. gotf)., woodcuts of musical 
instruments, etc., veil., Gedruckt zu Wittemherg durch 
Georgen Rhaw, 1529, 8vo. (i), May 13, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £1-^ 

Aikin (Lucy). Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth, 
port., 2 vol., 1826 — Memoirs of the Court of King James 
the First, port., 2 vol., 1823 — Memoirs of the Court of 
King Charles I,, port., 1833, together 6 vol., uniform mor., 
g.e., by J. Mackenzie, extra illustrated by the addition of 
engraved ports., including proofs on India paper, 8vo. (4), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Sawyer, £^ 5s. 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Flitch of Bacon, first ed., illustrations by 
John Gilbert (title, preface and contents have lower 
margins cut), mor. gt., t.e.g., by Root and Son, 1854, 8vo. 
(293), Aug. 7, Sotheby Denton, £1 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Guy Fawkes, first ed., illustrations by G. 
Cruikshank, 3 vol., attached to Vol. i. is an A.L.s. (one 
page) from the author to Charles Hervey and a MS. of 
6 lines in the autograph of the writer, mor., t.e.g., uncut 
(original covers bound in), 1841, 8vo. (292), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Maggs, £8 5s. 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Guy Fawkes. 28 illustrations by Geo. 
Cruikshank and front., orig. yellow bds., Routledge, 1857, 
roy. 8vo. (181), Dec. 17, Sotheby Last, £1 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Lancashire Witches, first illustrated ed., 
illustrated by John Gilbert, orig. picture cl., gt. uncut, 
clean copy, G. Routledge, 1854, 8vo. (641), May 14, 
Sotheby Lowe, £1 i8s. 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Leaguer of Lathom, orig. holograph MS., 
called in the manuscript " Siege of Manchester " (a few 
leaves missing), mor., 1876, 4to. (1954), April 22, Christie, 
presented by Messrs. Bernard Quaritch, Ltd. ;^2o 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Miser's Daughter, first ed., 20 plates 
(inclusive of fronts.) by G. Cruikshank, 3 vol., hf. mor., 
g.t., 1842, 8vo. (2813), Feb. 25, Sotheby Silvester, £4 5s. 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Miser's Daughter, first demy 8vo. ed., 20 
illustrations by G. Cruikshank (and a port, of the author, 
after Maclise), mor. gt., t.e.g., uncut, by Riviere, London, 
Parry and Co., 1848, roy. 8vo. (3), Dec. 3, American Art 
Association $12.50 

Ainsworth (\V. H.) Ovingdean Grange, first ed., illustrations 
by Hablot K. Browne, name on page 3, orig. cl., uncut 
(stains on cover), i860, 8vo. (676), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

. . Winter, £1 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Rookwood, first illustrated ed., port., 
engraved title and 11 illustrations by G. Cruikshank 
(10) 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [air 

(margins of plates browned, a few leaves stained), orig. 
cl. (loose), 1836, Svo. (679), Aug. 7, Sotheby Spencer, £2 

Ainsworth (W. H.) The Spendthrift, first ed., front, and 7 
illustrations by " Phiz," orig. cl. (rebacked). 1857, 8vo. 
(680), Aug. 7, Sotheby Spencer, 8s. 

Ainsworth (W. H.) The Star Chamber, first illustrated ed., 
illustrations by " Phiz " (a few leaves stained), yellow 
pictorial bds. (repaired), Routledge, 1857, 8vo. (681), Aug. 
7, Sotheby Spencer, 12s. 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Tower of London, first ed., plates by G. 
Cruikshank, orig. cl., uncut, 1840, Svo. (99), Dec. 6, 
Hodgson Shepherd, £^ 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Tower of London, in the orig. 13 parts in 

12, 40 etchings and 58 woodcuts by G. Cruikshank, in 

the orig. wrappers, uncut, fine set, 1840, 8vo. (281 1), Feb. 

25, Sotheby Bumpus, £\2 5s. 

[/3 I OS., some wrappers repaired, same sale, Lot 2812.] 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Tower of London, first ed., 40 etchings by 
Geo. Cruikshank, with a duphcate set col. by hand and 58 
woodcuts, mor. ex., uncut, t.e.g., fine copy, R. Bentley, 
1840, roy. 8vo. (639), May 14, Sotheby Bumpus, £<) 15s. 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Windsor Castle, first demy Svo. ed., in 
the orig. 11 parts, 18 plates by G. Cruikshank and T. 
Johannot and 87 woodcuts by W. A. Delamotte, orig. 
wrappers, some repaired, 1843, Svo. (28 14), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Bumpus, £^ 15s. 

[;^8 los., in parts, Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 301.] 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Windsor Castle, first illustrated ed., illus- 
trated by Geo, Cruikshank and Tony Johannot, woodcuts 
by Delamotte, with port., mor. ex., uncut, t.e.g., orig. 
wrappers bound in, H. Colburn, 1844, roy. Svo. (640), 
May 14, Sotheby Parr, £g 

Ainsworth (W. H.) [Windsor Castle.] A Series of Eighteen 
Etchings by Tony Johannot and George Cruikshank to 
illustrate " Windsor Castle," India proofs before letters, 
mounted, specially printed title and list of plates, mor. 
plain, silk doublures, uncut, t.e.g. [1842-3], roy. folio 
(898), May 14, Sotheby . Rimell, £4 4s. 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Works, Library ed., illustrations by H. 
K. Browne, G. Cruikshank, etc., 16 vol., hf. roan, t.e.g., 
Routledge, n.d., Svo. (57S), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Roig, £2 I2S. 6d. 
[;^3 i6s., hf. mor., July 29, Sotheby, Lot 198.] 

Ainsworth (W. H.) Works, Windsor ed., plates by G. Cruik- 
shank and others, 20 vol., cl., t.e.g., Gibbings, 1901-2, 
i2mo. (86), Dec. 19. Hodgson £1 los. 

Airy (O.) Charles H., No. 4 of 1,250 copies on fine paper, 
plates and vignettes, port, front, in colours, mor. ex., g.e., 
by R. de Coverly, Goupil & Co., 1901, 4to. (515), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby - "^ G. H. Brown, £^ 

[£2 los., ports, (one col.) on Japanese veil., with dup- 
licate set of plates, 2 vol., paper covers, in case, same sale, 
Lot 625.] (ijj 



ake] Book-Prices Current. 

A'Kempis (Thos.) Imitatio Christi, gotl^ic letter, 22 lines to a 
page, painted initials in red, mor. ex., g.e., by Hardy, 
Per Johannem Zeiner, Ulm. Anno [14187, i2mo. {236), 
Dec. 10, Christie Ottaritch, ;^io 

[Hain *9093, Proctor 2546. Collation: Prel. 7+1 
blank+clxxxiJH- 2 blanks (one missing) = 192 leaves, 
without signatures.] 

A'Kempis (Thos.) Imitatio Christi, gotl^ic letter, mor. ex., g.e. 
[s.n., Magdeburg, Moritz Brandis, c. 1498], sm. 4to. (237), 
Dec. 10, Christie Stanjord, £12 

[Early ed., perhaps the first with the additional pieces 
following the De Meditatione Cordis. Hain *9o8i. Col- 
lation : 4 prel., a-o8 = 116 leaves.] 

A'Kempis (Thos.) [Imitatio Christi.] The folowing of Christ, 
trans, out of Latin into Englishe (by Rich. Whitforde), 
first ed. of the first complete English translation, blacit 
letter (title in fac), orig. limp veil., with rough edges, 
Printed . . . in Paules Churche Yarde at the signe of the 
holye ghost, by John Cawood, 1556, sm. Svo. (1031), July 
22, Sotheby Bailey, £20 

A'Kempis (Thos.) Imitatio Christi libri quattuor, engraved 
title, mor. ex., ornament in the style of Le Gascon, inside 
borders of gt. dentelles, g.e., by Cape, Lugduni apud J oh. 
et Dan. Elzevirios, n.d. \c. 1653], i2mo. (307), June 10, 
Sotheby G. D. Smith, £25 

A'Kempis (Thos.) [Imitatio Christi.] Le livre tressalutaire de 
limitacion de nostre seigneur, et du parfaict contenement 
de ce miserable mode, etc., lettres batardes, woodcut on 
title and on reverse, also another at end, mor. ex., g.e., by 
Cocheu (the Luzarches copy), Imprime a Paris par Jehan 
Trepperel, s.d., sm. 4to. (370), March 18, Christie 

iMaggs, ;^i8 

Alabaster (Wm.) Roxana : Tragcedia, first ed., engraved title 
by Gaywood, one of the compartments containing the 
first known illustration of an English play scene and 
stage, orig. limp veil., Londini, excudebat Gulielmus Jones, 
1632, cr. Svo. (1032). July 22, Sotheby Maggs, ;^io 

Alamanni (Luigi). Gyrone il corteso, italic letter, cf. ex. 
(repaired), executed for Diane of Poitiers, the sides only 
being of the orig. binding, Stampato in Parigi da Rinaldo 
Calderio cS- Claudio suo jigliuolo, 1548, sm. 4to. (9), March 
18, Christie Tregaskis, £1^ 

Alamanni (Luigi). La coltivatione di Lvigi Alamanni al 
christianissimo re Francesco primo, italic letter, mor. ex., 
raised design on sides, g.e., Parigi da R. Stefano, 1546, 
sm. 4to. (10), March 18, Christie Tregaskis, £g 

[With the Epistle " k Madama la Dalphina," the 
Privilege of Francis I., and the Errata on verso of folio 
154] 

Alamanni (Luigi). La Coltivatione . . . al Christianissimo Re 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., iqi8, [alb 

Francesco Primo, In Firenza, appresso Bernardi Giunti, 
1549, 8vo. (133), April 8, Sotheby Tregaskis, £^<\ 

[XVI. century English cf., gt. line scroll centre orna- 
ments, enclosing the initials W. B., g.e. Porbably bound 
by Thos. Berthelet. Illustration of binding in catalogue.] 

Alamanni (Luigi). Opere Toscane, al Christ, rd Francesco 
primo, first complete ed., old mor., g.e., Sebast. Gryphins 
excudebat, Lugd., 1532, 8vo. (289), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £1 is. 

Alanus de InsuUs. Distinctiones Dictionum Theologicalium, 
ed. princeps, lit. flotl). (wanting a blank for leaf 46), [Hain 
♦391, Proctor 343, Pellechet 245], rubricated, painted 
initials, hf. bd.. Absque ulla nota [C. W., Civis Argentinen- 
sis, 14 — ], large folio (1747), Nov. 22, Sotheby Qiiaritch, £6- 

Albertanus. Causidicus opus de loquedi ac tacendi modo, 
etc., QOtf)ic letter, double columns, 45 lines to a page, 
woodcut initials, veil, (from the Dunn collection, £2, in 
191 4), Impressum Cunei pu Magistrum Viotu de dulcis 
Anno 1507 die 4 Decembris, sm. folio (11), March 18, 
Christie Tregaskis, £^ 

[Folios 58-9 wanting, but folios 45-6 duplicated. Colla- 
tion : Prel. 3 + 62 numbered leaves.] 

Alberti (L. B.) Ecatonphyla, this title on leaf otherwise 
blank, small cut on a 2 (a-f 4), mor. gt., g.e., by Lloyd 
(slightly wormed), Stampata in Venetia per Bernardino de 
Cremona, 1491, del mese di marzo, i2mo. (13), March 18,. 
Christie Quaritch, ;^io 5s. 

[Alberti (L. B.)] Hecatompie, tournee de vulgaire itaUen en 
lagaige fracoys, mor. ex., tooled in the manner of Clovis 
Eve, g.e., by Trautz-Bauzonnet, s.l.s.t., 1536, i2mo. (14), 
March 18, Christie Quaritch, £2^ los. 

Alberti (L. B.) L'Architettura, lit. ital., contemp. Venetian 
mor. gt. under cover, with the initials B. B. in a shield 
(the initials of Comte Bonifacio Bevilacqua, to whom the 
work is dedicated), stamp of " Hazard de I'lnstitut " on 
title, g.e., a genuine Grolieresque binding, in good con- 
dition, Vinegia, V. Vaugris, 1546, 8vo. (555), Feb. 20. 
Sotheby Edwards, £5 17s. 6d. 

Alberti (L. B.) L'Architecture et Art de bien bastir, first 
French trans., woodcuts, ruled in red, bound by Hague, 
of Brussels, in imitation of the bindings executed for 
Henry II. of France and Diane de Poitiers, silver clasp, 
in case, A Paris, par Jaques Keruer, 1553, sm. folio (12), 
March 18, Christie Tregaskis, £1^ 

Albertinis (Franc.) Opusculum De Mirabilibus Novae et 
Veteris Vrbis Romae, roman letter, 27 lines to a page, full- 
page woodcuts of Virgin and Child and SS. Peter and Paul, 
printer's device on last page, collation : 4 prel., A4, bc8, 
D4-N8 (alternately), o, p, Q4, r8, hf. mor., Basle, Th. Wolff, 
15 19, sm. 4*0. (17), Dec. 10, Christie Dobell, £5 5s. 

Albert us Magnus. Compendium Theologicae Veritatis, libri 
v., lit. QOtt). [Hain ^439, Proctor 4214], rubricated, sides 

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alb] Book-Prices Current. 

of a contemp. English binding of oak bds. and leather, 
with small stamps (rebacked fcf.), large copy, [colophon] 
Impressum Venetiis p magrm. Xpoforu Arnoldu alamanu 
1476, die 5 Aprilis, sm. 4to. (1751), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £4 

Albertus Magnus. De Abundantia Exemplorum, ed. princeps, 
lit. gott). [Hain *484, Proctor 2527], rubricated, painted 
initials, hf. bd., Absque ulla nota [Ulmae, Ginther Zainer, 
c. 1480], sm. folio (1748), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Davis &> Orioli, £5 los. 

Albertus Magnus. De Adhaerendo Vero Deo, 40 leaves, 
roman letter, ornamental pen initials, modern cf . antique, 
Absque ulla nota [Ulm, Johann Zanier, c. 1474], folio 
(455), April 29, Sotheby Masters, £^ 15s. 

Albertus Magnus. De Secretis Mulierum, lit. QOt^. [Hain *563, 
Proctor 4419, Pellechet 368], mor. gt., g.e., by J. Faulkner, 
old woodcuts, etc. pasted in covers (Inglis copy), [at end] 
" Explicit liber Alberti Magni de Secretis Mulierum, 1478. 
Vicessimaquarta die mensis Junii.," s.l. et n. [Venetiis, 
Adam de Roth well], sm. 4 to. (1752), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £S los. 

Albertus Magnus. De Secretis Mulieru, gotfjic letter, ab 8, 
c-e 6, 36 lines, woodcut border and woodcut on title 
(repeated on verso), mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd (few leaves, 
including title, repaired). Absque ulla nota [Lyon, s.d.], 
sm. 4to. (15), March 18, Christie Ellis, £6 los. 

Albertus Magnus. " Liber aggregationis seu liber Secretorum 
alFti magni de Virtutibus herbarum lapidum et animaliura 
quorundaz," etc., lit. QOtf)., long lines, 27 to a full page, 44 
leaves, including an orig. blank for a-j, signs, a-f [not in 
Hain, Proctor or Pellechet, a variant or separate ed. of 
Proctor 5743], cf., rough edges. Absque ulla nota [Ferrara, 
Severinus of Ferrara, c. 1476-7, types 2, 3], sm. 4to. (1750), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £j 5s. 

Albertus Magnus, Liber de laudibus gloriosissime dei Gene- 
tricis Marie semper Virginis, lit. flOtf). magna, wanting the 
first blank [Hain *462, Proctor 7465, Pellechet 297], 
capitals painted, contemp. German (Basle ?) oak bds. and 
pigskin, with stamped panels, clasps, in fair condition 
(" ad Bibliotecam flr. Minorum Pedeponti "), from Wm. 
Morris's library. Absque ulla nota [Basileae, Michael 
Wenzler, c. 1475], folio (1749), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £1 1 

Albertus Magnus. Opus de Animalibus, lit. gotf)., initials 
painted, orig. oak bds. and stamped cf. (rebacked), clean 
copy, from the library of the Duke of Sussex [Hain 546, 
Proctor 6895], [colophon] Impressum Mantue per Paulum 
Jnhdnis de Bittschbach . . . 1479, folio (6), June 10, Sotheby 

Maggs, £12 I OS. 

Albertus Magnus : Paradisus Animae. [Begins] " Incipit 
tractatus de Vtutibz editus a magno Alberto szm alios 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [alb 

votus Paradisus Anime," lit. 0Ot^. parva [Hain *476, 
Proctor 1 128, Pellechet 308], Absque ulla vota [Coloniae, 
Joh. Solidi ? 14 — ] — Jacobus de Clusa : Sermones Do- 
minicales, lit. flCtt)., rough edges [Hain *9333, Proctor 
2324], Absque ulla nota [Spirae, printer of" Gesta Christi," 
14 — ], in I vol., contemp. monastic oak bds., back rope 
joints, folio (1753), Nov. 22, Sotheby £6 5s. 

Albertus Magnus. Sermones de Sanctis et de Tempore, lit. 
flOt^. [Hain (incorrect) *474, Proctor 1733, Pellechet 305], 
rubricated, ornamental initials, contemp. German oak 
bds. stamped in large leafy ornaments with small stamps, 
10 metal bosses and clasp catches, back mended, large 
copy, [colophon] Sermones de tempore Alberti magni ^ 
Johannem Wienner Auguste impressi . . s.a. [14 — ], thick 
folio (1755), Nov. 22, Sotheby Qitaritch, £j los. 

Albertus Magnus. Sermones notabiles de tempore et de 
Sanctis, \\t. flutt). [Hain ? 469, Pellechet 307], rubricated, 
painted capitals, contemp. Netherlands oak bds. and 
leather, with small stamps and legends " Jhesus " and 
" Maria " in line compartments, clasps (worn, damaged 
and rebacked), from Wm. Morris's library (;^3 lis.). 
Absque ulla nota [Coloniae, U. Zel (1475)], folio (1756), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £g 5s. 

Albertus Magnus. [Sumina de Eucharistiae Sacramento] . . . 
small gotljic letter, outline woodcut hf. border to page i, 
initials, hf. russ. gt., Ulmae, Jo Zeiner, 1474, folio (18), 
Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, ;^io 

[Hain *456 gives 7 plus 175 folios. This copy has 7 
plus 176, as it contains the rare cancel leaf (printed on 
one side only) to verso of folio lx. Proctor 2503.] 

Albertus (Trottus). De Horis Canonicis [Hain 592, Proctor 
3562] — Johannes Andrea. De Sponsalibus et Matrimoniis 
[Hain 1072] — Epistola Bernhardi Silvestris sup Guber- 
natioe rei failiaris (4 leaves, 27 lines), [not in Hain or 
Proctor], three pieces in lit 0Ot()., long lines, without 
marks, all printed in type I. iDy Guldinbeck, at Rome, 
without date, the first and third with " &," the second 
without " &," in i vol, new veil.. Absque ulla nota, sm. 
4to. (1759), Nov. 22, Sotheby Stanford, £6 

Album de ReUures artistiques & historiques . . . par le biblio- 
phile Julien, 4 parts, col. plates on India paper, wrappers, 
Paris, 1869-72, folio (512), July 29, Sotheby Quaritch, £\ 

Albumasar. De Magnis Conjunctionibus, small gotf)ic letter, 
woodcuts and initials, mor., g.e. (few early leaves re- 
paired), Augsburg, E. Ratdolt, 1489, sm. 4to. (20), Dec. 
10, Christie Sotheran, £11 los. 

[First ed. Hain-Copinger *6n, Proctor 1882, Pel- 
lechet 414. Collation: a-n8, 06, p8 = ii8 leaves. £^ 
15s., modern mor. gt., Nov. 22, Sotheby, Lot 1760.] 

Albumasar. Infroductio in Astronomiam, Venetiis, 1506 — 
Albumasar de magnis oiunctionibus, ib., 15 15 — Albumasar 

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alb] Book-Prices Current. 

Flores Astrologie, ib., s.a., in i vol., lit. 90tl)., astrological 
woodcuts, mor. gt., g.e., sm. 4to. (458), April 29, Sotheby 

Masters, £^ 

Albumasar. Introductorium in Astronomia5, small got()ic 
letter, woodcuts and initials, mor., g.e., Augsburg, E. 
Ratdolt, 1489, sm. 4to. (19), Dec. 10, Christie 

Maggs, ;^io I OS. 
[First ed. Hain-Copinger *6i2. Collation : a-h8, i6 
= 70 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Alcedo (Ant. de). Geographical and Historical Dictionary of 
America and the West Indies, with additions by G. A. 
Thompson, 5 vol. (with Atlas), the maps partly col., old 
hf. russ. (cracked), 181 2-16, 4to. and atlas folio (5), April 
29, Sotheby H. Stevens, £4 15s. 

Alciatus (And.) Emblemata, printed within ornamental 
borders, 450 cuts of emblems, mor., stamped blind, g.e., 
fine copy, Lugd., G. Rovillius, 1551, 8vo. (293), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Maggs, £1 los. 

Alciatus (And.) Les Emblemes, printed within woodcut 
borders, 165 woodcuts, attributed to Le petit Bernard, 
cf. gt., g.e., A Lyon, chez Guill. Roville, 1549, 8vo. (292), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Quaritch, £6 

Alciatus (And.) Los Emblemas, traduci dos en rhimas 
Espafiolas por Bern. Daza Pinciano, woodcuts and wood- 
cut borders, cf., r.e., Lyon, Mathia Bonhome, 1549, 8vo. 
(16), March 18, Christie Dobell, £3 

Aldrich (T. B.) Judith of Bethulis, a Tragedy, second ed., 

front., cl., uncut, Boston, 1905, i2mo. (10), March 6, 

American Art Association $17.50 

[Autograph presentation copy from the author, with 

inscription and autograph corrections.] 

Aldrich (T. B.) Works, Ponkapog ed., ports., photogravures 
and hand-col. fronts., 10 vol., with the additional vol. of 
the author's life, three-quarter mor. gt., Boston, Houghton, 
Mifflin & Co., 1907-1908, sm. 8vo. (12), March 6, American 
Art Association $65 

Aleman (M.) Primera Parte de Guzman de Alfarache, orig. 
veil., with ties, Madrid, en casa del Licenciado Varez de 
Castro, 1600, sm. 8vo. (447), May 14, Sotheby 

Ouaritch, £6 los. 

Alexander ab Alexandro. GeniaUum Dierum^Libri Sex (title 
written on), Paris. Veneunt apitd Jo. Roigny excud. in 
aedibus C. Guillard, 1539, sm. folio (9), April 8, Sotheby 

Maggs, ^32 

[XVI. century French mor. gt., geometrical scrolls in 

blue and red, with involved C's, D in a monogram, fieurs- 

de-Hs, etc., bound for Diane de Poitiers, somewhat worn 

and the colouring faded ; back repaired.] 

Alexander Anglicus. Destructorium Vitiorum. (a2) Tabula 

compendiosa s'm alphabeti ordinem operis presentis 

destructoriu viciorum intitulati, QOt^ic letter, on ei is a 

col. woodcut border, the initial on this leaf also coloured, 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [ale 

text rubricated, hf. russ., Cdln, H. Quentell, 1480, folio 
(21), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £15 10s. 

[Second ed. Hain 649, Proctor 1242. Collation: a-x, 
a8, b-dio, 1£-v8, x-z6, abcd8 = 36o leaves, not numbered 
(first and last 2 blanks missing).] 

Alexander (Callus). Alexandri prime et secunde partis 
[Grammaticae], lit. QOti^., long lines, 32 to a lull page, 68 
leaves, with signs, (the last leaf containing the colophon 
and device cut down and mounted), [unmentioned by 
bibliographers], paper covers, [colophon] . , nuper Lyptzk 
anno grade 1493 impssoriim qiiltadecia mesis Junii finis 
[s.n. impressoris Martin Landsberg], sm. 4to. (1764), Nov. 
22, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 

Alexander (Callus). De Villa Dei. Doctrinale. [Begins on 
2, a j being blank] " (S)cribere clericulus puro doctrinale 
novelis . . . Ego magister Alexander paro scribere doctri- 
nale," etc., lit. QOtt). (two types), long lines, 43 to a full 
page, 92 leaves, with signs., with orig. blank for a j [an 
unrecorded ed.] (first and last leaf scribbled on), modern 
cf. antique, [colophon] Doctrinale istud compendiose com- 
mentatum stiidioseqj emendation per pnidentes opifices 
Leonardum Pachel & Uldericum Scinzcenceller ex gente 
theutonica patriasq^ ingelstat diligenter impressum est 
Mediolani anno dni m.cccc.lxxx. quarto nonas octobres 
(1480), sm. 4to. (1762), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £iy 

Alexander (Callus). De Villa Dei Doctrinale, lit. flOtE)., long 
lines, 37 to a full page, 38 leaves, with signs., the last 
blank, painted capitals (wormed), old English mor. gt. 
(xviiith century) (Pembroke copy, ;^2o los. in 1914), 
Mediolani Antonius Zarotiis, Parmensis impressit Opera (S- 
impendio Johannis legnani Anno domini mcccclxxx. prinio 
dio VIII. Augusti, sm. folio (1033), July 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £24 
[An apparently unrecorded ed. Not in Hain, Copinger, 
Brunet, Proctor or Pellechet. No copy in B.M. or Bod- 
leian.] 

Alexander (Callus). Medulla aurea de Arte Grammatica 
quattuor Partium Alexandri [Partes I. -II.], lit. flOtfj. 
magna et parva, old Cerman bds., Impressa in alma 
Universitate Colon. ^ me Johannem Koelhoff, anno 1501, 
sm. 4to. (1766), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £s 

[Only three books are known to have been printed by 
Jo. Koelhoff the younger, and the above contains two 
parts only. Each has a colophon and device.] 

Alexander Magnus. Das biich der geschicht des grossen al- 
lexanders, got^ic letter, woodcut of Alexander on back of 
title, 27 woodcuts in the text, cf. with bhnd lines (title 
mended and text stained), Getrucket vnd vollendet in der 
loblichen stat^Strassburg von Marten Schotten, 1488, foUo 
(22), Dec. io7 Christie Tregask is, £77 

[The earhest Cerman ed. printed at Strassburg. Hain 

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ale] Book-Prices Current. 

*79i, Proctor 399. Collation : a8, b-n6, 08, pq6, rS (last 
blank) = 108 leaves ; three only are numbered. Illustra- 
tion in catalogue.] 

Alexander Magnus. Historia Alexadri magni, got()ic letter, 
double columns, 43 lines, modern mor. [Hain *78o, Proc- 
tor 619], (from the Dunn collection, £^ in 1914), Impressa 
Argentine i^Sg finita in die sete Gertrudis Vginis, s.n., sm. 
folio (17), March 18, Christie Maggs, £^ los. 

Alexander Magnus : Historia Alexandri magni, lit. flotl)., 64 
leaves (stain on title and a few margins stained) [Hain 
781, Proctor 7376], old cf. (repaired), with clasp catches, 
[colophon] Historia Alexandri magni finet feliciter 16 Nov. 
{no place), 1490, 4to. (36), July 29, Sotheby 

Barnard, £^ los. 

Alexander (J. E.) Transatlantic Sketches, first ed., plates, 
2 vol., hf. mor., 1833, 8vo. (348), Jan. 23, Puttick 

Ogden, £1 IS. 

Alexander (Sir W., Earl of Stirling). The Monarchicke Trage- 
dies, Croesus, Darius, The Alexandraean, Julius Caesar, cf. 
(title and some leaves mended), 1604, 4to. (274), Nov. 5, 
Sotheb^^ Tregaskis, £2^ 

[Though the catalogue gives the date 1604, this must 
be an error for 1607, as the edition of 1604 contains but 
two of the plays, viz., Craesus and Darius. £17 los., title 
defective and some leaves mended, Feb. 20, Sotheby, Lot 

323-] 

Alexander (W.) Picturesque Representations of the Dress 
and Manners of the Austrians, 50 col. engravings — The 
Dress and Manners of the Russians, 64 col. engravings, 
together 2 vol., mor., uniform, n.d., 4to. (331), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Sawyer, £2 14s. 

Alexander (W.) Picturesque Representations of the Dress 
and Manners of the Chinese, 50 col. engravings, bds., 
1814, folio (470), July 29, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £1 6s. 

Alfieri (Vittorio). Tragedie, port., 6 vol., Firenze, 1824 — 
Vita, scritta da esso, 2 vol. in i, ib., 1822, together 7 vol., 
cf. ex., g.e., 8vo. (6), April 29, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £1 i6s. 

Alfonso de Cuenca. Tratado llamado menor da lio de Medicina, 
got^ic letter, woodcut, with border on title, 47 lines to a 
page, ornamental initials, cf. ex., Emprimio . . . Seuilla por 
Jacobo Cronberger, 151 1, sm. folio (18), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, ;^22 los. 

Alfred the Great (King). Whole Works, with Preliminary 
Essays, col. front, and facs., 2 vol., 185S, roy. 8vo. (16), 
Jan. 22, Sotheby Harding, £1 

Aliaco (Pet. de). Cocordatia Astronomic cii theologia Cocor- 
datia astronomic cu hystorica narratione, flot^ic letter, 
full-page woodcut, diagrams and col. printer's device, old 
hf. ct., Augsburg, E. Ratdolt, 1490, sm. 4to. (23), Dec. 10, 
Christie H. Stevens, ;^i6 los. 

[First ed. Hain *834, Proctor 1884. Collation : a-g8 
= 56 leaves, unnumbered.] 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [alk 

Alison (Sir A.) History of Europe from the commencement 
of the French Revolution to the Accession of Louis Napo- 
leon, ports., 22 vol. and Index, together 23 vol., cf. ex., 
m.e., fine set, 1858-9, 8vo. (524), July 29, Sotheby 

^^^. ib 7S- 6d. 
[" All the Year Round " Christmas numbers. See 
Dickens (C.).J 

Aiken (H.) A Cockney's Shooting Season in Suffolk, col. 
plates, mor. ex., t.e.g., fine copy, 1822, folio (2973), Feb. 
25, Sotheby Sotheran, ^itt 

1^9 5''-. o"g- c^' same sale, Lot 2974.] 

Aiken (H.) A Few Ideas, 5 parts in i vol., 36 col. plates, No. 
30 has a word missing from inscription, hf. cf., with 4 
(onlv) orig. covers bound in (one defective), McLean, 
1823-30, folio (2975) Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, £-^2 

Aiken (H.) Humorous Specimens of Riding, etc. (with Master 
George and Seven Ages of Man), 43 col. plates, hf. cf., 
T. McLean, 182 1-4, oblong 4to. (2970), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Sotheran, £2,0 

Aiken (H.) Illustrations for Landscape Scenery, 24 col. 
plates, hf. mor., t.e.g., orig. paper label inserted, 182 1, 
4to. (2958), Feb. 25, Sotheby Jaschke, £12^ los. 

Aiken (H.) Illustrations to Popular Songs, 43 col. plates, 
containing several hundred humorous sketches, hf. mor., 
t.e.g., McLean, 1823, oblong foUo (299), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Bumpiis, £2, 15s. 

Aiken (H.) Indispensable Accomplishments, 4 col. plates, 
orig. wrappers, E. Orme, 1824, oblong folio (3479), Feb. 
25, Sotheby Edwards, £8 5s. 

Aiken (H.) Melange of Humour, from Designs of the most 
eminant Artists (Henry Aiken and M. Egerton), 30 col. 
plates (two wanting), mor. ex,, t.e.g., T. McLean, n.d., 
(772), April 29, Sotheby Edwards, £8 5s. 

Aiken (H.) National Sports of Great Britain, text in English 
and French, col. plates by I. Clark, after H. Aiken, mor. 
gt., g.e., 1 82 1, folio (1170), Oct. 23, SxDtheby Bumpus, £95 

Aiken (H.) National Sports of Great Britain, 49 col. plates 
(wanting " Staghounds " plate), col. title mounted, Eng- 
lish printed title wanting, hf. sheep (back damaged), 
not subject to return, 1823, folio (2972), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Edwards, £17 los. 

Aiken (H.) National Sports of Great Britain, 50 col. en- 
gravings, with descriptions, mor. gt., g.e., by Riviere, 
T. M'Lean, 1825, roy. 8vo. (2816), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Bumpus, £^8 
[£2^, hf. cf., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 999.] 

Aiken (H.) Notions, 36 col. plates (no title), hf. mor., t.e.g., 
fine copy, 1832, foho (2976), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Edwards, £ig los. 

[Aiken (H.)] Qualified Horses and Unqualified Riders, by 
Ben Tallyho, engraved title and 7 plates — Discoveries, 
no title, 7 plates — Some do and some do not, title and 7 

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plates — Some will and some will not, title, 7 pages text 
and 7 plates, together 28 plates, all col., hf. mor., 1 815-21, 
folio (2968), Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, £^j 

Aiken (H.) Roadster's Album, title-page in col. and a series 
of 16 col. plates, orig. brown cl. gt., uncut, with adver- 
tisements at the end, London, Messrs. Fores, Jan. 2nd, 
1845, folio (517), Dec. 3, American Art Association $180 

Aiken (H.) Scraps from the Sketch-Book of Henry Aiken, 
42 col. plates, mor. ex., by Root, 1821, 4to. (2959), Feb. 
25, Sotheby Jaschke, ^16 los. 

Aiken (H.) Specimens of Riding near London, 16 col. plates, 
orig. hf. roan, McLean, 1823, oblong 4to. (525), April 29, 
Sotheby £12 

Aiken (H.) Sporting Notions, wrapper and 35 (should be 36) 
col. plates, hf. mor., t.e.g., McLean, 1832, folio (2977),. 
Feb. 25, Sotheby F. Sahin, £jo 

Aiken (H.) Sporting Scraps, 20 col. plates engraved by J. 
Harris after Aiken (no title), mor. ex., g.e., by Larkins, 
fine copy, R. Ackermann, 1861, oblong 4to. (2960), Feb, 
25, Sotheby Jaschke, £11 

Aiken (H.) Sporting Sketches, engraved title and 36 plates 
(not col.), hf. mor., g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, bookplate of T. 
Gosden, 181 7, oblong folio (2969), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Shepherd, £^ 7s. 6d. 

Aiken (H.) Symptoms of Being Amused, engraved col. title 
and 41 col. plates, orig. hf. roan, McLean, 1822, oblong 
4to. (524), April 29, Sotheby £G 

Alley (W.) Poore Man's Librarie, port, of the author at end, 
hlack letter, 2 vol. in i, orig. cf. (rebacked, few worm- 
holes), John Day, 1571, folio (662), Nov. 13, Puttick 

Nicol, £1 

Allibone (S. A.) Dictionary of English Literature, with the 
Supplement, 5 vol., orig. cl., 1902-8, imp. 8vo. (256), 
Dec. 19, Hodgson Edwards, £2 los. 

Allingham (Wm.) Day and Night Songs, first ed., inscribed 
" March 9th/54, Frederic Stephens from his P. R. Brother 
John Everett Millais," also with autograph of the author^ 
orig. bds. (loose), 1854, 8vo. (4), June 17, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £1 is. 

Allingham (Wm.) Flower Pieces and other Poems, first ed.,. 
two designs by D. G. Rossetti, autograph presentation 
copy, orig. bds., 1888, 8vo. (10), June 17, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £2 

Allingham (Wm.) Poems, first ed. (withdrawn and most 
copies destroyed), inscribed on title, " From W. Alling- 
ham," orig. cl., uncut, 1850, 8vo. (3), June 17. Sotheby 

Maggs, £1 I2S. 

[AJlingham (Wm.)] Rambles by Patricius Walker, presenta- 
tion copy from the author, orig. cl., uncut, 1873, 8vo. (8), 
June 17, Sotheby Tregaskis, £1 is. 

Allingham (Wm.) The Music Master and two series of Day 
and Night Songs, first ed., woodcuts, autograph presenta- 
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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [alt 

tion copy, orig. cl., 1855 — Peace and War, an Ode, a 
pamphlet, 16 pp., including wrappers, inscribed on front 
cover, " To Frederic G. Stephens, with friendly regards of 
W. A., March, '54 "= 1854, together 2 vol , 8vo. (5), June 
17, Sotheby * Tregaskis, £2 8s. 

Almack (Ed.) Fine Old Bindings, with other miscellanea in 
Edward Almack's Library, fac. plates of binding and other 
plates, orig. cl., 19 13, folio (5), July 22, Sotheby 

Parsons, £2 2S. 

Almanac de Gotha, 1789, 1790, 1797, 1798, 1803, 1813, 1818- 
1836, 1838-19 1 3, and a dupHcate for 1820 (wanting title) ,^ 
ports., together loi vol., orig. bds. and cl. (a few frayed), 
8vo. (3), Aug. 7, Sotheby Jaschhe,£() 5s. 

Almanach de Gotha, from iSoo to 19 14 (wanting 181 4), the 
first 43 vol. in orig. bds., with slip cases (except four, one 
of which wants a cover, and one vol. stained), the re- 
mainder in cl., as issued, port., view^s and other engravings, 
a few col., 114 vol.. 1800-1914, 24mo. (577), Dec. 12,. 
Hodgson ;^42 

Almansore. Libro tertio de lo Almansore chiamato Cibaldone, 
6 leaves, roman letter, double columns, no separate title, 
18 small cuts in the text of saints, mor. ex.. g.e.. by 
Bauzonnet-Trautz. [colophon] Stdpato p Mro Zdo da trio T 
uenesia, n.d. [c. 1500]. 4to. (8). June 10, Sotheby 

Qiiaritch, £^ 5s. 

Alonso de Cartajena (Obispo de Burgos). Libro Ilamado 
Doctrinal de los Cavalleros, second ed., a-o 8, p-r 6, got^ic 
letter, cut on title, ornamental woodcut initials [Hain 
6313, not the same as Proctor 9589], old cf., Fue imprenso 
. . . en Burgos por Juan de Burgos, seys de mayo, 1497, sm. 
folio (19), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £/\g 

Alphabetum Sacerdotum, got^ic letter, 25 lines to a page, 
signatures, woodcut on title and another on verso of the 
Annunciation, collation: a8, 64=12 leaves, mor. ex., 
g.e., by Lloyd, hnpressum Traiecti p'me lohdne Bernardi 
[c. 1505], i2mo. (24), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £5 los. 

Alphonsus de Spina. Fortalicium Fidei, lit. QOtt). parva 
[Hain *874, Proctor 8575], painted initials, old bds., r.e., 
s.l. etn., [colophon] Anno incarnatois dntce m.cccclxxxvii. 
die XXII. mensis Mali [Lugduni, Guillaume Balsarin], sm. 
folio (1772), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £15, 

[Altdorfer (Albr.)] Alberti Dureri Noriberg. Icones Sacrae. 
In historiam Salutis humanae per Redemptorem nostrum 
lesum Christum Dei & Mariae filium instauratae, a-K4, 
L2 = 42 leaves, the recto of each leaf blank, save border, 
roman and italic letter, title with architectural border, 38 
woodcuts, on verso of each leaf, signed with monogram 
AA, MS. Latin quotations on one or two leaves, mor., 
g.e., by " Thompson St. Lazare 106 " (ex-libris Didot), 
[Hamburg, G. L. Froben], 1604, sm. 4 to. (25), Dec. 10, 
Christie "^ Quaritch, £7 los. 

Alticotio (Nic.) Comedia Nuouamente, intitulata Pomona, 

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cut on title, few leaves repaired (a-h 4), mor. ex., g.e., by 
Lloyd, Sidpald l Siena : p. M. di. B. F. Ad instdtia di. m. 
Gioudni di. A. L., 1524, i2mo. (20), March 18, Christie 

Davis &> Orioli, £6 

Alunno (Fr.) Delia Fabrica del Mondo Libri X., itaUc letter 
(slightly wormed), contemp. mor., arms of Henri III. of 
France and Poland, surrounded by his monogram, re- 
peated four times, palm-leaf sprays with a cherub in 
centre (damaged), Venetia, nella Stamparia al segno della 
Luna, 1575, folio (71), June 10, Sotheby Tregaskis, ;^io los. 

Alvares da Costa (Jo.) Carolus tertius Austriacus Rex His- 
paniarum Assertus ; Opus Juridicum, contemp. Italian 
cf. gt., m.e., in fine state, Amst., P. Mortier, 1705, folio 
(1027), July 22, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 

Alvarotis (Jac. de). Opus super Feudis, ed. princeps, lit. 
rom., 372 leaves, with signs. [Hain *886, Proctor 5677], 
modern mor gt , g.e., by Riviere, Impressum Venetiis 
Anno Domini, 1477, die decimo Julii s.n. impr., large 
folio (137), June 3, Sotheby B. F. Stevens,-£^^ 

Amadis of Gaul. El noveno libro de Amadis de Gaula, 2 parts, 
lit. flOttj., title in red and black, with equestrian port, 
above, contemp. cf. (rebacked), from the Heber library 
(2 leaves torn), Seuilla en las casas de Jud croberger, 1542, 
folio (453), May 14, Sotheby Maggs, £j 

Amadis of Gaul. Esplandian. Las sergas del virtuoso caual- 
lero espladian hijo de amadis de gaula (Fifth Book), lit. 
QOti)., woodcut of Esplandian mounted above title, mor. 
gt , g.e., last leaf mounted, from the Heber library, 
[colophon] Fue impresso el presente libro por Jacobo de 
junta y Antonio de Salamanca acabose primero dia de 
Setiembre, 1525, folio (451), May 14, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £22. los. 

Amadis of Gaul. Esplandian. Le Prodezze di Splandian, che 
seguono i quatro libri di Amadis di Gaula suo Padre, 
tradotte dalla Spagnuola nella nostra lingua, italic letter, 
orig. limp veil,, Venetia, appvesso P. Gironimo Giglio, 
1559. 8vo. (457), May 14, Sotheby Quaritch, £1 los. 

Amadis of Gaul. Florisando. El sexto libro del muy effor9ado 
y grande rey amadis de gaula, !it. QOt\)., double columns, 
large woodcut of arms above title, mor. ex., doublures, 
richly tooled and gt. to an old Venetian pattern, g e., by 
Marius Michel, from the library of Baron Seilliere, with his 
arms, [colophon] Acabose esta obra del principe florisando 
a XV. dias del mes^ Abril . . . 1510 en la muy noble . . cibdad 
de Salamdca. Impressa en casa de Jud de porras cum 
privilegio . . . folio (449), May 14, Sotheby Quaritch, £^i 

Amadis of Gaul. Florisando. El Sexto libro de Amadis. El 
qual trata delos grandes y hazanosos sechos dl muy 
valiete y effor9ado cauallero Florisando principe de 
Cataria su sobrino, lit. flOtt)., title in red and black, wood- 
cut initials, old hf. mor., from the library of Richard 
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Heber (a few leaves wormed), Seuilla en casa de Juan 
varela de Salamanca, 1526, folio (450), May 14, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ;^ii 

Amadis of Gaul. Florisel de Niquea. La Primera Parte de la 
quarta de la Chronica de el excellentissimo Principe Don 
Florisel de Niquea, roman letter, woodcut initials, contemp. 
Spanish cf. (hole in title mended). En Salamanca, por 
Andrea de Portonaris, 1551, folio (452), May 14, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^ 
[First ed. of the continuation of the Eleventh Book of 
the Amadis.] 

Amadis of Gaul. Florisel de Niquea. Le Neufiesme (-Dixiesme 
Livre d'Amadis de Gaule, 2 parts in i vol., roman letter, 
long lines, woodcuts, old cf. (rebacked), Paris, 1553-5, 
folio (460), May 14, Sotheby Lardanchet, £j 

Amadis of Gaul. I quattro libri di Amadis di Gaula . . . 
Tradotti pur hora di lingua Spagnuola riella nostra buona 
Italiana, italic letter, orig. limp veil., Venetia, per Michele 
Tramezzino, 1558, 8yo. (455), May 14, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £/\ 5s. 

Amadis of Gaul. Le Premier (-quatorzieme) Livre d'Amadis 
de Gaule, 14 books in 11 vol., small roman letter, wood- 
cuts (a few headlines cut into, title to Book xi. wanting, 
title and first leaf of Book xiv. defective), contemp. 
French mor. gt., g.e., not subject to return, Books i.-iv., 
Anvers, Chr. Plantin, 1561 — v.-xiii., ib., par Guillaume 
Silvins, 1572 — xiv., ib., chez Jean Waesberghe, 1574, sm. 
4to. (461), May 14, Sotheby Edwards, ^11 5s. 

Amadis of Gaul. Los quatro libros de Amadis d'gaula, 4 parts, 
roman letter, long lines, titles in red got^ic letter, with large 
woodcut, numerous woodcuts, cf., antique, g.e. (small 
hole in one leaf), Venecia por Maestro Juan Ant. de Sabia 
impressor de libros, a las espesas de M. Jud Batista Ped- 
razano et copano . . . . 1533, folio (21), March 18, Christie 

Tregaskis, £2% 
[;^2i, mor., g.e.. May 14, Sotheby, Lot 454.] 

Amadis of Gaul (mis en abrege par Mile, de Lubert), avec 
figures, plates, 4 vol., contemp. cf. gt., r.e., arms of Louis 
Fran9ois, Due de Richelieu, Amsterdam, J. F. Jolly, 1750, 
sm. 8vo. (463), May 14, Sotheby Tregaskis, £j 

Ambrosius de Spira. Quadrigesimale de Floribus Sapientie, 
lit. flOtl). [Hain *9i9, Proctor 4412], MS. notes in margins 
(a few wormholes), new mor., rough edges, [colophon] . . . 
^Magrm Vendelinuz de Spira, Alamanu in Urbe Venetiary. 
litter is eneis inipssii . . . Anno dni Millesimoquadrin- 
gentesimoseptuagesimosexto die 18. mesis decembris (1476), 
thick folio (1773), Nov. 22, Sotheby Tregaskis, £8 

Ambrosius de Spira. Quadrigesimale de Floribus Sapientiae 
(emendata per R. D. Marcum Venetum), (it. got^. parva, 
[Hain *92i, -"Proctor 4806, Pellechet 601], contemp. 
German oak bds., with stamped floreate ornaments in 
compartments, 10 engraved brass bosses and clasps, in 

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fine condition (from the Buxheim Monastery), [colophon] 
Impressus Venetiis p Gabriele Grassis de Papia Anno . . 
1485. XI. Aprilis {with device in red), thick sm. ^to. (1774), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quay itch, £11 

Ambrosius Episc. Mediol. (Sanctus). De Officiis [cum AHi] 
OpuscuUs], lit. rom. [Hain *9io, Proctor 5874, Pelleches 
593], old English mor. gt., g.e. (some leaves stained, but 
large and sound), from the Sunderland library, [colophont 
on reverse of fol. 98] Impressus Mediolani ^ Christofo'^ 
{sic) Valdarfer Ratisponensem m.cccclxxiiii. die vii. 
Januarii (1474), sm. 4to. (1775), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £26 
[First ed. with a date and the first book printed by 
Valdarter at Milan.] 

Ambrosius, Episc. Mediol. (Sanctus). Hexameron, \\i. gotf)., 
flourished capitals in red, clean copy, mor. gt., g.e., by 
Clarke and Bedford [Hain 903, Proctor 1595, Pellechet 
586], [colophon] Per Johannem Schussler imperialis urbis 
Aug. [Augsburg], 1472, folio (1006), July 22, Sotheby 

Maggs, £\2 I OS. 

America. American Mihtary Pocket Atlas, being an approved 
Collection of Correct Maps, both general and particular, of 
the British Colonies, etc., 6 large folding copperplate maps, 
new hf, mor., London, Printed for R. Sayer and J. Bennet, 
1776, 8vo. (67), Dec. 12, American Art Association $14 
[Orig. ed. of the " Holster Atlas," so called from the 
fact that it was made for the use of the mounted British 
officers for the campaign in America.] 

America. American Revolution. The Treaty, its Merits and 
Demerits Fairly Duscussed {sic) and Displayed, pp. 141, 
hf. roan, uncut, n.p., n.d. [probably Boston, 1795], 8vo. 
(92), Dec. 12, American Art Association $35° 

America. Claim of the American Loyalists Reviewed and 
Maintained, unbd., 1788, 8vo. (352), Jan. 23, Puttick 

Mackenzie, £2 5s. 

America. Collection of all the Laws of the Province of Penn- 
sylvania, now in Force, published by Order of the As- 
sembiy, old cf., Philadelphia, B. Franklin, 1742 (184), 
July 22, Christie ^11 ms. 

America. Declaration of the State of the Colonic and Affaires 
in Virginia with the names of the Aduenturors, and 
Summes aduentured in that Action. By His Majesties 
Counseil for Virginia, 22 lunij, 1620, 11 pages, woodcut 
of the Great Seal of James L on title, and on verso of last 
leaf woodcut of the seal of the Council for Virginia, Printed 
by T. S., 1620 — A Note of the Shipping, Men and Proui- 
sions sent to Virginia by the Treasurer and Company in 
the Yeere 1619, 16 pages — The Names of the Adventurers, 
with their severall sums adventured, paid to Sir Thomas 
Smith, Knight, 30 pages and blank leaf — Names of the 
Adventurers, with the sums paid by Order to Sir Baptist 
Hicks, Knight, 4 pages — Orders and Constitutions, partly 

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collected out of his Majesties Letters Patents, etc., by 
the Treasuror, Counseil and Companie of Virginia. Anno 
1619 and 1620. 39 pages (last leaf mended), in i vol., 
mor. ex., g.e., by Riviere, 1620, 4to. (41), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Heber, £^0 

America. History of the British Dominions in North America, 
from the first Discovery of that vast Continent by Sebastian 
Cabot in 1497 to . . 1763, 2 vol. in i, map and a large 
folding col. map, entitled " Carte des Possessions Angloises 
et Fran9oises du Continent de I'Amerique Septentrionale 
1755" inserted, cf. gt., 1773, 4to. {422), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Lennard, ;^i i 

America. History of the Origin, Rise and Progress of the 
War in America between Great Britain and her Colonies, 
3 vol. in I, contemp. hf. cf., London printed, Boston re- 
printed, 1780 (44), Nov. 19, American Art Association $80 
[The very rare Boston ed., of which perhaps not over 
four perfect copies are extant. The present copy wanted 
the last two leaves, and some leaves were stained and 
frayed.] 

America. Impartial History of the War in America, folding 
map of North America, linen-mounted (cleaned and de- 
fective), full-length ports., new cf. ex., g.e., by Rividre, 
1780, 8vo. (23), Dec. 17, Sotheby Trotter, £j 

America. Lettre du Roi a M. I'Amiral, Concernant le Juge- 
ment des Prises faites par les Corsaires que les Etats-Unis 
d'Amerique arment dans les Ports de France, Du 10 Aoiit 
1780, 4 pages, last two blank, edges uncut, [colophon] A 
Paris, chez P. G. Simon, Imprimeur du Parlement . . . 
1780, 4to. (43), Nov. 19, American Art Association I52.50 

America. Proposals for uniting the English Colonies on the 
Continent of America, unbd., Printed for J. Wilkie, 1757, 
8vo. (14), Dec. 17, Sotheby Crane, £2 los. 

America. [Tracts.] Seabury-Wilkins' Tracts (" Westchester 
Farmer ") : Journal of the Proceedings of the Congress, 
held at Philadelphia, Sept. 5, 1774, orig. ed. (wanting two 
leaves at end), with the earliest device of the Colonies, 
twelve hands grasping a column based on Magna Charta, 
on title, Phil., 1774 — Free Thoughts on the Proceedings 
of the Continental Congress, Sept. 5, 1774, by a Farmer, 
Printed in the year 1774 — The Congress Canvassed, or an 
Examination into the Conduct of the Delegates, by A. W. 
Farmer, Printed m the year 1774 — [Hamilton (Alex.)] A 
Full Vindication of the Measures of the Congress from the 
Calumnies of their Enemies, New York, 1774 — View of the 
Controversy between Gt. Britain and her Colonies, by A. 
W. Farmer, ib., 1774— [Hamilton (Alex.)] The Farmer 
Refuted, ib., 1775— [Cooper (Dr. Myles).] A Friendly 
Address to all reasonable Americans, America, 1774, to- 
gether in I vol.,-orig. hf. cf. (522), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

H. Stevens, £15 
[According to Winsor (Vol. vi., p. 104). this appears to 

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be a complete set of the pamphlets attributed to Samuel 
Seabury and Isaac Wilkins, with the rejoinders of the 
youthful Alex. Hamilton.] 

America. True and perfect Relation of a great and horrid 
conspiracie Discovered by a Jew in Turkic, against the 
English With The Names, of the Conspirators, &c. . . . 
Published at the request of many Godly Christian People, 
by John Headley, 4 leaves, cf., by Riviere, Printed for E. 
E,, 1646, sm. 4to. (207), Dec. 6, Hodgson ^3 7s. 

America. See also Maps 

American Book-Prices Current, ed. by L. S. Livingston, Vol. 
ii. to XX. inclusive, together 19 vol., orig. cl., t.e.g.. New 
York, 1896-1914, 8vo. (276), March 5, American Art 
Association $42.50 

American Book-Prices Current, ed. by L. S. Livingston, Vol. 
viii. to xiv., together 7 vol.. New York, 1902-8, 8vo. (2817), 
Feb. 25, Sotheby Stevens, £4. 5s. 

American Ethnological Society. Transactions, Vol. i.-iii., Part 
i. (all published), 3 vol., hf. mor. gt., m.e.. New York, 
1845-48-53, 8vo. (648), May 14, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 

Ames (Nat.) Astronomical Diary, or Almanack, for 1735 to 
1738 inclusive, 1741, 1745 to 1749 inclusive, 1751, 1753 
to 1760 inclusive, and 1762 to 1772 inclusive, together 30 
vol., new cl., Boston, i735-[i77i], i2mo. (520), March 6, 
American Art Association $100 

Amman (Jost). Charta Lusoria, Tetrastichis illustrata per 
lanum Heinricum Scroterum de Gustrou, etc., roman and 
0Otf)ic letter, with 52 woodcuts of playing-cards, with Latin 
and German verses, and 2 other woodcuts, modern mor. 
ex., doublures, g.e., by S. David (in case), Noribergae, 
cxcud. Leonhardus Heuslerus, 1588, sm. 4to. (30), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, £^0 

[First ed. Collation: a, a( :), b-p, all in 4 = 64 leaves, 
unnumbered.] 

Amman (Jost), Cleri to tins Romanae Ecclesiae subiecti, etc., 
first ed., 100 woodcuts, italic letter, a6, b-z, a-e4 = iio 
leaves, unnumbered, cf., Francoforti Ad Moenum, ex Off. 
Martini Lechleri, m.d.xxcv., sm. 4to. (28), Dec. 10, 
Christie Tregaskis, £6 

Amman (Jost). Eygentliche Beschreibung Aller Stande auff 
Erden, got^ic letter, port, and 114 woodcuts, orig. cf., 
Franckfurt am Meyn, hey Georg Raben, in verlegung Sig. 
Feyerabents, 1568, sm. 4to. (26), Dec. 10, Christie 

Edwards, £1^ los. 
[First ed., with the German verses by the shoemaker 
poet, Hans Sachs. Collation : 4 prel., b-z, ag4, last blank 
= 120 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Amman (Jost). Gynaeceum, sive Theatrum mulierum, editio 
prima, italic letter, 122 woodcut figures of women, a-z, 
a-g4 = i20 leaves, unnumbered, mor. ex., Grolieresque 
tooling, by fratelli Binda di Radice, Francoforti Ad 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [anb 

Moeniim, Impensis Sig. Feyrabendij , 1586, sm. 410. (29), 
Dec. 10, Christie Edwards, £11 

[Amman (Jost).] Habitus Praecipuorum Populorum, Tam 
Virorum Quam foeminarum Singulari artedepicti, 219 full- 
page costume figures, mor., g.e., Niirmberg, bey Hans 
Weigel, 1577, folio (27), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, l^^ 

[First ed. The Ashburnham copy : 4 prel., A-z, Aa-zz, 
Aaa-iii4^224 leaves, title backed.] 

Amman (Jost). Kunstbiichlin, darinnen neben Fiirbildung 
vieler geistlicher vnnd weltlicher, holies vnd niderstands 
Personen, etc., 293 full-page woodcuts without text, 4 
prel., A-003 (one transposed by binder), mor. gt., marbled 
edges, by Duru, Franckfurt am Mayn durch Romaniim 
Beatum in verlegung Jo. Feyrabends, 1599. sm. 4to. (31), 
Dec. 10, Christie Tregaskis, ^19 

Ammonius Hermeus. Commentaria in Librum Peri Her- 
menias : Margentini Archiepiscopi Mitylenensis in eundem 
Enarratio, Graece, ed. Aldina, contemp. Venetian mor., 
line tooled, gt. gauflred edges, Venetiis, Aldus (no colo- 
phon) (1503), sm. folio (1777), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £g los. 
[£4, Venetian oak bds. (rebacked), June 10, Sotheby, 
Lot 10.] 

Amsinck (P.) Tunbridge Wells and its Neighbourhood, etch- 
ings by L. Byrne, after drawings by Amsinck, with his- 
torical descriptions, old hf. russ., extra illustrated with 
124 plates, mostly ports., inlaid to size is Sir R. Twysden's 
Account of Anne BuUen, 1810, roy. 4to. (862), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby " Spencer, £8 5s. 

Anacreon. Carmina (Graecd), thick paper, 3 proof plates 
inserted, mor. ex., g.e., Argentorati, apud J. G. Treuttel, 
1786, 8vo. (11), June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £2 5s. 

Anacreon. Odae. Ab Henrico Stephano luce & Latinitate 
nunc primum donatae, Gr. et Lat., ed. prima, Lutet. ap. 
H. Stephanum, 1554 — Guillonius (Renatus). Gnomon (Seu 
dc Syllabarum Graecarum Quantitate), Paris., Chr. 
Wechel, 1548, in i vol., cf. gt., g.e., by Thouvenin (Didot 
copy), sm. 4to. (1779), Nov. 22, Sotheby Pickering, ;^io 

Anacreon. Odes, trans, by Thos. Moore, first ed., 25 plates 
after Sir R. Ker Porter, printed in col. (head of Anacreon 
plain), an engraving after Cuming by Nugent inserted, 
mor. plain, uncut, J. Stockdale, 1800, 4to. (829), May 14, 
Sotheby Bumpus, £^ 5s. 

Anacreon, Sappho, Bion and Moschus. Recueil de Composi- 
tions dessin6es par Girodet et gravies par Chatillon, 94 
plates, orig. impressions, 2 vol., mor. plain, gt. lettering, 
uncut, by Riviere, Paris, chez Chaillon-Potrelle, 1825-9, 
roy. 4to. (828), May 14, Sotheby Bumpus, £g 5s. 

Anburey (Thos.) Hindoostan Scenery, engraved title and 12 
col. views, F. ^ukes, 1799 — Home (R.) Description of 
Seringapatam, no title, i page of descriptive letterpress 
and 6 col. views, R, Bowyer, 1796 — ^Tomb of the Emperor 

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Akbar, 2 pages letterpress descriptions in English and 
French and 2 plates, no title, 1786, in i vol., hf. mor., 
not subject to return, oblong folio (528), April 29. Sotheby 

Edwards, £11 los. 

Ancestor (The), a Quarterly Review of County and Family 
History, etc., plates, 12 vol., bds., with two Indexes, 1-8, 
1902-5, 8vo. (302), Dec. 12, Hodgson Gregory, £1 12s. 

[£1 6s., same state, Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 64.] 

[Anderson (A.)] Deduction of the Origin of Commerce, front, 
after Stothard and maps, 4 vol., old cf., 1787-9, 4to. (284), 
Dec. 19, Hodgson David, £1 3s. 

Anderson (J.) Genealogical History of the House of Yvery, 
genealogical tables, views and mezzo, ports, by Faber, 2 
vol., contemp. cf. gt., green edges, 1742, roy. 8vo. (671), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Halliday, £^ 15s. 

[This copy has the cancelled leaf, wrongly paged 29, 
in Vol. i., the Epitome, which is sometimes absent, and 
extra ports, of Sir John and Lady Helena Ra\vdon, It 
wants the table at p. 249 of Vol. i., the plate of the Perceval 
tomb at p. 406 of the same vol., the port, of Lady C. 
Perceval (Vol. ii., p. 151), and pp. 453-60 of the second 
vol. not in duplicate, which was the case in some copies.] 

Anderson (Dr. P.) The Colde Spring of Kinghorne Craig, his 
admirable and New Tryed Properties (17 leaves), cut on 
reverse of title, new mor., g.e. (a few headlines shaved, 
lower edges rough), Edinh., printed by Thomas Finlason, 
Printer to the King's Most excellent Majestie, 161 8, sm. 4to. 
(1034), July 22, Sotheby Ouaritch, £S 

Andrea (Joh.) Questiones Mercuriales super regulis juris, 
lit. flOt&-, painted capitals, old engraved ex-libris of 
" Bibliot. P. P. Carm. Discal. Sane. M. Teresa Venet." 
pasted on first leaf [Hain *i058. Proctor 4416], veil., 
[colophon] Questiones Mercuriales sup regulis juris Jo. 
An. impresse Venetiis per Magistrum Adam de Rothvil, 
Anno dni. m.cccc.lxxvii. quarto nonas Julii finiut feliciter, 
sm. folio (1793), Nov. 22, Sotheby Masters, £i\ 

Andreas (J. B.) Tractatus super arboribus consanguinitatis, 
OOt^ic letter, 3 woodcut trees of consanguinity, col., 
painted initials, 10 leaves, unnumbered [Hain *io38], cf., 
Nurnberg, Fr. Creussner, 1488, folio (32), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £4 15s. 

Andreas de Escobar. Modus cofitendi [Pellechet 684], painted 
and illuminated initials, hf. bd., from Dr. Klossz's library, 
Absque ulla nota [Romae, Udalricus Gallus {Hahn), c. 
1474], sm. 4to. (1795), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £8 15s. 

Andreas de Escobar. Modus Confitendi, whole-page woodcut 
on first leaf, flot^ir letter, 12 leaves, 23 lines to a page, 
bds. [c. 1490I. i2mo. (244), Dec. 6, Hodgson Quaritch, £7 

Andreini (G. B.) L'Adamo, Sacra Representatione, first ed., 

40 engravings by Cesare Bassani (wanting the port, of 

Andreini), mor. ex., " au pointille " ornaments, fleurons, 

etc., all gt., inscription in an oval tablet in centre, " Ex 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [ang 

Musaeo Charles Nodier," g.e., Milano, ad instanza di 
Geronimo Bordoni libraro, 1613, 4to. (12), June 10, Sotheby 

Dobell, £^ 5s. 

Andrelinus (P. F.) BuccoUica Fausli. Laiirea serta gerens, 
etc., lit. roiii., long lines, 48 leaves, cut of the professor and 
scholars on title, modern mor. gt., rough edges [Parisiis 
per Joannem Antonium Venetum impressus impensis 
Joannis de Prato, 1501], sm. 4to. (1796), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ;^3 

Andrelinus (P. F.) Epistolae Proverbiales et Morales, roman 
letter, 32-34 lines to a page, title with large device of 
Thierry Martens, neat contemp. MS. notes in margins, a6, 
bc4=i4 leaves, unnumbered, roan, a few leaves uncut 
[Louvain], T. Martens, 1516, sm. 4to. (33), Dec. 10, 
Christie Myers, £1 los. 

Androuet du Cerceau (Jac.) Le Premier (et le second) volume 
des vastiments de France, folding and other plates, A 
Paris, 1576-1607 — Livre d'Architecture, plates, Paris, 
Jean Berjon, 161 1 — Livre d'Architecture, plates, Paris, 
1 61 5 — Livre des Edifices Antiques Romains, plates, 1584, 
together in 2 vol., cf. gt., r.e., arms of G. Du Puy du Fou, 
Baron de Combronde, folio (22), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £60 

Androuet du Cerceau (Jac.) Livre d'Architecture, contenant 
les plans et dessaings de cinquante bastimens tous dif- 
ferens, etc., 50 plates, A Paris [Wechel], s.d. — [Second 
livre] d'Architecture, contenant plusieiurs, Et diuerses 
ordonances de Cheminees, etc., 58 plates (? should be 68), 
Paris, Wechel, 1561, together 2 vol., hf. veil, (stained 
copy), not subject to return, from the Marquis d'Adda 
collection, sm. folio (23), March 18, Christie 

Parsons, £() los. 

Anecdotes on the Origin and Antiquity of Horse-Racing, 
front., hf. cf., 1825, 8vo. (51), Nov. 5, Sotheby Edwards, £1 

Angas (G. F.) New Zealanders illustrated, col. title and 60 
col. plates, hf. mor. (rubbed), 1847, foho (256), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Edwards, £12 5s. 

Angas (G. F.) South Australia Illustrated, 60 col. plates, hf. 
mor., 1847, folio (154), Nov. 26, Christie Sahin, £8 5s. 

Angelo (H.) Angelo's Pic Nic or Table Talk, front, in col. by 
G. Cruikshank, hf. mor. gt., uncut, t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, 
enclosed is an autograph letter of Henry Angelo and 
receipt of H. & W. Angelo, 1834, 8vo. (310), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Edwards, £1 5s. 

Angelo (H.) Hungarian and Highland Broad Sword, 24 col. 
plates by Rowlandson, including title (one torn and 
mended), hf. mor., g.t., 1799, oblong folio (3726), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby " Ellis, £14 

Angelo (H.) Reminiscences, limited ed., plates, some col., 
A L.s. and col.^port. of John Wilkes, with a few carica- 
tures, etc. inserted, 2 vol., orig. cl., 1904, imp. 8vo. (9), 
Dec. 12, Hodgson Gregory, £^ 6s. 

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Angelo (H.) Treatise on the Utility and Advantages of 
Fencing, 47 plates by I. Gwyn and Ryland and 6 etchings 
by Rowlandson, wrappers, 1817, oblong folio (18), April 
29, Sotheby Edwards, £1 i6s. 

Angelus (Joh.) Astrolabium planu in tabulis Ascendens, 
small gottlic letter, woodcuts (col.) and initials, orig. oak 
bds. and leather, stamped, in case, Augsburg, E. Ratdolt, 
1488, 4to. (34), Dec. 10, Christie H. Stevens, ^24 

[First ed. Hain *iioo. Proctor 1876. Collation: 4 
prel., a-e8, f-S4, t-y8, zi2, a-c8, D12 (last 2 blank) = 176 
leaves. A few leaves mended. £8 5s., hf. russ., Nov. 22, 
Sotheby, Lot 1797.] 

Angioli (Nicola degli). Rime Amorose, large paper, old 
veil, gt., small stamp on title, Bologna, appresso Gio. 
Rossi, 1563, 8vo. (13), June 10, Sotheby 

Davis (sy Orioli, £$ 5s. 

Angling. Fishery Book of the River Witham, 2 vol., manu- 
script ; Vol. i. commences with a preface and a col. map 
of the river, on 13 leaves, with vignette, title and index, 
followed by 25 orig. sketches in water-colours, also 9 
engraved ports, and views ; Vol. ii. contains minutes of 
the Annual Fishery on the River Witham, with col. title, 
preface and vignette, and 151 pages of the annual pro- 
ceedings, contemp. cf, loose covers, 1784-96, 8vo. (8), July 
22, Sotheby ;^30 

Anglo-Saxon Review, ed. by Lady Randolph Churchill, port, 
and other illustrations, 10 vol., sheep gt. in imitation of 
old bindings, g.t., 1899-1901, 4to. (516), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Sot her an, £^ los. 

Angus (W.) Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, engraved title 
and plates, old mor. gt., g.e., 1787, oblong 4to. (9), July 22, 
Sotheby Welby, £\ 8s. 

Anianus. Compotus Metricus cum Commento, lettres batardes, 
long lines, 28 to a full page, a-f 8 = 49 leaves, woodcut 
diagrams, mor. ex., by Ridge of Grantham, from the 
Syston Park and Butler collections. Absque ulla nota 
[15 — ], sm. 4to. (24), March 18, Christie Sotheran, ;^io los. 

Animucia (J.) Missarum Liber Primus, musical notation on 
a staff of five lines, 12 to a full page, large woodcut with 
papal keys and tiara, within border of musical instru- 
ments, etc. (defective), numerous ornamental initials (a 
few leaves damaged by wormholes), mor. gt., with orna- 
ments and tiara, g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, Romce, apud Herredes 
Valerij et^Aloysij Doricorum frairum Brixiensium, 1567, 
folio (145), May 13, Sotheby Terry, £ij 

Anna (St.) [Legende von Sant Anna.] Title : Dys5 ist eyn 
seltzeme vn giite legede von sant Annan vnd von jrem 
gantze geslecht welche sant Anna gebore hatt die miitter 
gottes die jugfrowe Maria, got^ic letter, in 2 parts, with 
separate titles, woodcuts, mor, ex., g.e., by Lloyd, Getruckt 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [ans 

vff Griineck [Strassburg, B. Kistler], 1501, sm. 410. (391), 
Dec. 10, Christie Edwards, £j los. 

[First German ed. Collation : A8-H4 (8 and 4 alter- 
nately), 16, A4, b6 = 64 leaves.) 

Annales du Mus6e et de r;6cole moderne des Beaux- Arts, 
redig6 par C. P. Landon, plates in outline, 21 vol., French 
mor. gt., with the Imperial eagle in centre of covers and 
in panels on backs, g.e., 1815, 8vo. (10), July 22, Sotheby 

^J^ggs,£^ 4s. 

Annals of Sporting, by Caleb Quizem, Esq., first ed., numerous 
col. plates by Woodward, Rowlandson and Bunbury, 
orig. bds. (back repaired), in case, 1809, 8vo. (1137), Dec. 
17, Sotheby Spencer, £6 

Annals of Sporting and Fancy Gazette, complete set of 13 vol., 
including the rare number for June, 1828, col. plates, 
woodcuts, etc., mor. gt., t.e.g., other edges uncut, by 
Riviere, fine set, 1822-8, 8vo. {2818), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Robson, ;^I20 
[A number of volumes in 5 parcels realised £52 at the 
same sale. Lot 2819.] 

Annals of Sporting and Fancy Gazette, ports., col. and plain 
plates after S. Aiken and others, including 2 coloured 
etchings by G. Cruikshank, woodcuts, Vol. iii.-xii. (wanting 
Vol. iv. and vii.), (wanting 2 leaves in Vol. xii.), hf. cf., 
1823-7, 8vo. (1322), Oct. 23, Sotheby Spencer, £\2. 

Annius (Jo.) Commentaria super opera diversorum auc- 
torum, roman and QOtt}ic letter, large woodcut on verso of 
M I, modern bds., clasps, monastic style [Hain-Copinger 
1 130, Proctor 3888], Rome in Campo Flore, 1498, impressa 
per Eucharum Silber alias Franck, folio (14), June 10, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £'j 5s. 

Annual Register, commencing with Vol. ii., 1759, including 
two Index vol., 1758-92 and 1758-1819, the majority of 
the set in old cf., a few vol. in cl., together 137 vol., 1759- 
1891, 8vo. (11), July 22, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 5s. 

Anselme (P.) et Du Courny (M.) Histoire Genealogique et 
Chronologique de la Maison Royale de France, front, by 
Cochin, woodcuts of arms, a few MS. notes in pencil, 9 
vol., cf., r.e., Paris, 1726-33, folio (64), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £1^ 

Anselmus Archiep. Cant. " Anshelmi Cantuario:/ Archip- 
sulis Clarissimi in librum cur deus homo incipit feliciter," 
lit. QOt^. magna [Hain *ii37, Proctor 349, Pellechet 800], 
painted initials, new veil., large copy, Absque ulla nota 
[Argentinae, Geo. Husner, 14 — ], sm. folio (1798), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £j los. 

Anselmus Archiep. Cant. Opuscula, QOtf)tC letter, hand-painted 
initials, hf. russ. [Basel, c. 1497], 8vo. (146), June 26, 
Puttick London Library, i6s. 

Anson (Geo.) Vcrj^age round the World, compiled by Richd. 

Walter, maps and plates, cf. gt., g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, 

Printed jor the Author, 1749, 4to. (312), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

(31) Maggs,£i I2S. 



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Anspach (Eliz., Margravine of). The Beautiful Lady Craven: 
the Original Memoirs of Elizabeth Baroness Craven, 
afterwards Margravine of Anspach (i 750-1828), ed. by 
A. M. Broadley and Lewis Melville, large paper, illus- 
trations, extra illustrated with ports, and views, etc., 
mounted throughout, 2 vol., hf. mor. ex., t.e.g., 1914, 
8vo. (6), Dec. 12, Hodgson Myers, £6 los. 

Anthologia Epigrammatum Graecorum, Graece, cura J. Las- 
caris, old English mor. gt., g.e., from the library of John, 
third Earl of Roxburghe, with his arms [Hain 1145, 
Proctor 6406], [colophon] Impressum FlorenticB, per 
Laurentium Francisci de Alopa Venetum III. idus Augusti 
(11 August), 1494, 4to. (19), April 29, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^1 
[Editio princeps. Wanted the 7 leaves of the Latin 
epistle of Lascaris.] 

Anthony (King of Portugal). Explanation of the True and 
LawfuU Right and Tytle of the moste excelent Prince, 
Anthonie, the first of that name. King of Portugall, con- 
cerning his warres againste Phillip, King of Castile (30 
leaves, the first blank, with folded pedigree), ruled in red, 
old veil. (Huth copy, ;^8 in 1911), ^^ Ley den, in the printing 
house of Christopher Plantyn, 1585 (1035), July 22, Sotheby 

Pickering, £8 5s. 

Antichita di Ercolano (da O. A. Bajardi), engraved titles, 
plates and vignettes, 9 vol., Napoli, 1755-92 — Hercu- 
lanensium voluminum. quae supersunt, Tomus I., II., 
plates, 2 vol., ib., 1 703-1809 — Dissertationes isagogicse ad 
Herculanensium voluminum Explantionem, Parsprima, 
map and plates, ib., 1797, together 12 vol., uniform russ. 
gt., g.e., by J. Clarke, arms of Earl Fitzwilliam, roy. folio 
and folio (154), April 29, Sotheby Parsons, £g 

Antichristus. De Antichristi Revelatione questio. [Begins 
on fol. i^] " Seques questio determinata e in quodlibeto 
Studii Erfordensis Anno 1.4.8.6. post Bartholomei Ad 
petitione multo2/ ta religiosoj; q5 Seculariu otra triplice 
erorez," lit. QOtf). [Hain *ii54, Proctor 3 113 ?], Absque 
ulla nota — " Tractatus sive CoUatio Synodalis de Statutis 
Ecclesiarum," lit. QOtl^. [Hain *io35i], ib., both works 
printed in the same type by the printer of " BoUanus," 
an unknown printer of Erfurt, in i vol., rubricated 
throughout, new veil. [14 — ], sm. 4to. (1799), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 5s. 

Antiphonarium. [Begins] " Sabbato ante primam Dominicam. 
Adventus dni. Ad vesperas super psalmos Antiphonam." 
[In finem] " Gratia sit Christo qui fecit : non michi Petro. 
qui librum scripsi dictus logiusque notavi. Urbe Placen- 
tina natus de nomine digna. Columbe monachus Jh'u 
pronomine notus. Sunt bis sexenti nonaginto quinque sit 
anni," manuscript on veil. (273 leaves, i6| by ii|in.), 
QOt^ir letter, in red and black, with musical notes, large 
painted ornamental initial A on reverse of first leaf (7 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [api 

by 6in.), 14 others, slightly smaller, all with marginal 
decorations, and many still smaller, without marginal 
decorations (38 in all), painted and pen-letters, oak bds. 
and leather, from Wm. Morris's library (^18 5s. in 1898), 
[PlacenticB, 1295], large folio (1801), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^% 
[An addition is made on fol. 269, headed " In annuncia- 
tione d'nica 1462," and signed " Frater Johannes Was- 
serpoliz de Hylaria."] 

Antiquary (The), illustrations. Vol. i. to Vol. xxx., hf. cf., 
uniform, 1880-94, 4to. (328), July 29, Sotheby 

Halliday, £1 8s. 

Antoninus, Archiep. Florent. (S.) Confessionale volgare in- 
titolato Medicina dell' Anima, 95 leaves, roman letter, 
modern oak bds. and hf. russ., monastic style [Hain 
1231], Without printer's name. Bononie impressum anna 
1475, sm. 4to. (19), June 10, Sotheby Edwards, ;^io los. 

Antoninus Archiep. Florent (S.) Summula Confessionis utilis- 
sima, Ut. rom. parva [Hain *ii76, Proctor 4224J, title 
within a woodcut decorative scroll border, with two 
amorini below (painted), (some leaves stained), hf. bd., 
[colophon] . . MCCCC.LXxiiii. Nicolao Truno Duce Vene- 
tiaritm regnante imprrssum [sic) fuit hoc opus faiiciter 
[Venetiis, per Bartholomeum da Cremona], sm. folio (1803), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £1^ los. 

Antoninus, Archiep. Florent. (S.) Tractata volgare intitolato 
Defecerunt, roman letter, woodcut below title, three 
woodcut devices on last page, modern oak bds. hf. russ., 
monastic style [Hain-Copinger 12 11, Proctor 6370], [colo- 
phon] Impressa in firenze per Ser Lorenzo Morgiani <S» 
Giovanni di maganza, adi xxii. di Febraio, i496[-97], sm. 
4to. (20), June 10, Sotheby Davis & Orioli, £4 los. 

Antoninus Archiep. Florent (S.) Tractatus de instructione 
seu directione Simplicium Confessorum [item ; Sermo Jo. 
Chrisostomi de Penitentia], ed. prima, Ut. QOtf). [Hain 
♦1162, Proctor 820, Pellechet 817], rubricated, painted 
initials, bds. and leather back, rough edges, large copy, 
from Dr. Klossz's library. Absque ulla nota [Coloniae, U. 
Zel, c. 1469], sm. 4to. (1802), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £\i los. 

Antoninus (Marcus Aurelius). De Vita sua libri XII., Gr. et 

Lat., accessit Marini Proclus, Lugd. sumpt. Fr. de la 

Bottiere, 1626, 8vo. (60), April 8, Sotheby Tregaskis, £d> 5s. 

[XVII. century mor, gt., centre ornaments au pointill6„ 

g.e. (A. Ruette. Illustration of binding in catalogue.] 

Antoninus (Marcus Aurelius). Diall of Princes, written by 
Don Antonio of Guevara and trans, out of French by 
Thomas North, orig. cf., signature on title, 161 9, folio (13), 
July 22, Sotheby Dobell, £2 12s. 

Apianus (P.) Cosmographia, 53 woodcuts and diagrams, 
some with volvelles (mounted) and printer's device, orig. 
veil, (in case), A-04, p6 = 62 leaves, [colophon] Excustim 

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AntiierpicB opera Aegidij Copenij, 1540, sm. 410. (35), 
Dec. 10, Christie Myers, £d> 15s. 

Apianus (P.) Cosmographia, woodcuts, including volvelles 
(one defective), and a spherical map showing America, 
orig. veil., Parisiis, 1551, sm. folio (23), April 29, Sotheby 

H. Stevens, £1 us. 

Apocalypsis S. Johannis. Block Book, second xylographic 

ed., the last 12 leaves (37-48) [s.n., Germany, c. 1460-70], 

(36), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, ;^700 

The blocks are printed in a greyish brown ink and 
coloured as originally issued in green, crimson, vermilion, 
yellow and slate. Pasted on the backs of these block- 
book-leaves are {a) an orig. leaf of the first ed. of the 
block-book, " Cantica Canticorum " (col.) ; [h) Nine 
Xylographic Prints of Saints (col.) ; (c) An impression in 
paste representing a Gothic screen of three divisions 
(Ratisbon, Scbc. xv.) ; {d) Large woodcut of S. Gregory 
disputing with Peter Diaconus (col.), probably extracted 
from an Ulm printed book ; {e) Four Saints, full-length 
figures, probably by Wierix. Ihese block-book-leaves 
are inlaid or mounted at the end of the following book : — 

[Beck (Leonhard).] [Die Heiligen aus der Sipp-Mag- 
und Schwagerschaft des Kaisers Maximilian I.], 95 wood- 
cuts of saints, with descriptions in got^ic letter, contemp. 
pigskin, covered with blind rolls, etc. [s.n., ? Nuremberg, 
? H. Holzel, c. 1523], folio 

[First collected ed. of these woodcuts, formerly attri- 
buted to Burgkmair, but now (see Dodgson II. 131) as- 
certained to be by Beck. The book contains 124 leaves. 
Eighty-nine cuts are printed on the like number of leaves, 
with text at top. The remaining 34 leaves are blank but 
for the lines of text, and were in anticipation of other cuts. 
In this copy 6 of the delayed woodcuts have been added 
to the spaces provided for them by inlaying. Illustra- 
tion in catalogue.] 
Apocalypsis S. Johannis. Block Book, fourth xylographic 
ed., 48 leaves, each printed on one side only and arranged 
in pairs to face each other, old velvet binding, from, the 
^!uth collection (;^i,2oo), [5.^., Germany, ? Bavaria, c. 
1460-70], sm. folio (37), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, ^1,005 

[Schreiber registers 19 known copies, including the 
present (see also Sotheby's Principia Typographia, Vol. 
i., p. 21). This copy is complete and in fine preservation. 
Illustration in catalogue.] 
Apocalypsis S. Johannis. Block Book, fifth xylographic ed,, 
48 leaves, each printed on one side only and inlaid to folio 
size, mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd, [s.n., Germany, c. 1460-70], 
folio (38), Dec. 10, Christie W. Lyons, £^go 

[Partly made up (and parts in duplicate from the 4th 
ed.). Folio 44 wants the lower compartment. Two con- 
temp, hands have written a good deal on the backs of the 
leaves. Illustration in catalogue.] 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [apf 

Apolinarius. Interpretatio Psalmorum, Versibus Heroicis, Gr. 
et Lat., Apud Joannem Benenatum Parisiis, 1580, Svo. 
(28). April 8. Sotheby B. F Stevens, ;^2i 

[XVI. century French mor. gt., with leafy scroll branches, 
arms of the city of Toulouse in centres, g.e., in fine state, 
probably by Clovis Eve. Illustration of binding in cata- 
logue.] 

Apollonian Harmony : a Collection of Scarce and Celebrated 

Glees, Catches, Madrigals, etc., hf. cf., H. Thompson, 

n.d., 8vo. (633), Dec. 12, Hodgson Maggs, £z 

\£i, hf. mor.. 5 vol. in i, pub. by Button and Whitaker, 

c. 1808, Svo, same sale. Lot 634.] 

ApoUonius Rhodius. Argonauticon, libri IV., ed. princeps, 
mor. gt., g.e. (Bozerian jeune), fine copy [Hain 1292, 
Proctor 6407], [colophon, in Greek, without printer's 
name, Florence, Laurentius Franciscus de Alopa, 1496], 
4to. (24), April 29, Sotheby Davis &' Orioli, £16 

[Apperley (C. J.)] Hunting Reminiscences, 32 full-page 
plates and maps by Wildrake, Henderson and Aiken, 
mor. gt., t.e.g., by Riviere, orig. covers bound in, R. 
Ackermann, 1843, imp. 8vo. (2825), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Kerr, £() los. 
[£5 5S-. orig. cl., same sale, Lot 2824.] 

[Apperley (C. J.)]" Life of a Sportsman, first issue (blue cloth) 
of the first ed., 36 col. illustrations by H. Aiken, orig. cl. 
gt., g.e., with 5 leaves of the publisher's announcements 
at end, R. Ackermann, 1842, 8vo. (50), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Spencer, £ji 

[Exceptionally good cop3^ Except that it is slightly 

loose in the cover, it is almost as fresh as on the day it 

was issued. ;^3o, orig. blue cl., June 21, 1915, Christie, 

Lot 22.] 

[Apperley (C. J.)] Life of a Sportsman, first issue of the first 
ed., 36 col. aquatints by Aiken, polished cf. ex., g.e., by 
Riviere (with the blue cl. back mounted at end), Acker- 
mann, 1842, Svo. (31), July 22, Christie £6(> 

[Apperley (C. J.)] Life of a Sportsman, first ed., 36 col. plates 
by H. Aiken, mor. gt., g.e., orig. cl. covers bound in, by 
Zaehnsdorf, 1842, Svo. (2823), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

F. Sabin, £^6 

[Apperley (C. J.)] Life of Mytton, second ed., vignette title 
and 18 coi. plates by H. Aiken and T. J. Rawlins, orig. 
cl. gt., g.e. (in fine state), R. Ackermann, 1837, Svo. (51), 
Dec. 6, Hodgson ' Spencer, £i-^ 

[Apperley (C. J.)] Life of Mytton, second ed., vignette title 
and 18 col. plates by H. Aiken and T. J. Rawlins, mor. 
ex., g.e., by Riviere, orig. cl. covers bound in, R. Acker- 
mann, 1S37, Svo. (2821), Feb. 25, Sotheby Kerr, £10 
\£\\, orig. cl.. damaged and loose in covers, same sale. 
Lot 2822.] -* 

[Apperley C. J.)] Life of Mytton, third ed., with a Memoir of 
Apperley, by Surtees, 18 col. plates by H. Aiken and T. J. 

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Rawlins, orig. cl., loose in cover, 1851, 8vo. (673), Oct. 23, 
Sothebv Tregaskis, £6 12s. 6d. 

[£j js. 6d., orig. cl., Feb. 25, Sotheby, Lot 2826.] 

[Apperley (C. J.)] Life of Mytton, fifth ed., 18 col. plates by 
H. Aiken and T. J. Rawlins, orig. cl. (shabby), 1870, 8vo. 
(116), Jan. 23, Puttick Glaisher, £1 17s. 6d. 

[Apperley (C. J.)] Life of Mytton, 18 col. plates by H. Aiken 
and T. J. Rawlins, red cl. gt., uncut, 1877, roy. 8vo. (63), 
Nov. 5, Sotheby Crawshaw, £2 2s. 

Apperley (C. J.) Sporting, ed. by " Nimrod," first ed., 38 
engravings and vignettes after Gainsborough, Landseer, 
etc., text by Tom Hood and others, orig. cl., g.e., 1838, 
folio (320), Nov. 5, Sotheby Maggs, £1 3s. 

Appianus Alexandrinus. De Bellis Civilibus (Latine a P. 
Candido translata), lit. rom. [Hain *i309, Proctor 7254], 
[colophon] Impressum Regii per Franciscum de Mazalibus, 
Anno Domini m.cccc.lxxxxiiii. die xxii. mensis octobris — 
Eiusdem Nimirum Libri a P. Candido, lit. rom. [Hain 
1310, Proctor 7325], [colophon] . . Scddiani [Scandiano) 
Camillo Boiardo Comite impressa est anno . . m.cccclcxv. 
nil. Iduii Januarii — [Peregrino Pasquale] (with device), 
editiones principes, in i vol., veil., clean copies, with 
rough edges, sm. folio (1808), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Stanford, £y 15s. 

Appianus Alexandrinus. De bellis civilibus Romanis, ed. 
princeps, roman letter, ornamental initial to first page 
in gold and colours, with full borders of various colours, 
richly illuminated, 6 other painted initials, MS. marginal 
notes, XVIIIth cent. French mor. gt., g.e., arms of Prince 
Eugene de Savoie, his monogram and small shield re- 
peated in panels on back, in good preservation [Hain 
1306, Proctor 4044], [colophon, in verse. Venice, Wendelin 
de Speier, 1472], folio (22), June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £51 

Appianus Alexandrinus. Le Guerre Civili de Romani, tra- 
dotto da Messer Alexandro Braccese, Editio junta, 
Firenze, Heredi di Philippo di Giunta, 1526 — Historia 
delle Guelle esterne de Romani tradotta da A. Braccio, 
title within woodcut border, Vinegia, per Nic. d'Aristotile 
detto Zoppino, 1528, in i vol., contemp. Venetian mor., 
lettered, with centre inscriptions, thick 8vo. (1810), Nov. 
22, Sotheby Tregaskis, £y 5s. 

Apuleius (L.) Ain Schon Lieblich auch kurtzweylig gedichte 
Lutij Apuleij von ainem gulden Esel, etc., gotfiic letter, 
52 lines to a page, title in QCt()ic letter, with woodcut, and 
78 woodcuts, some by Hans Schaufelein, a, A-S4 = 76 
leaves, limp veil., Augsburg, A. Weissenhom, 1538, folio 
(39), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £^2 

Apuleius (L.) Amours of Cupid and Psyche, the series of 32 
engravings after Raphael, by Marc Antoine and others, 
mounted in a volume, mor. ex., by Riviere [Roma, s.d.], 
oblong 4to. (28), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £25 

Apuleius (L.) Metamorphoseos lib. XL, Floridorum IV. de 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [aqu 

Deo Socratis I., etc. Isagogicus liber Platonica* philo- 
sophiae per Alcinous philosophum, graecd impressus (some 
headlines scored through), contemp. Venetian mor., scroll 
and line frames, centre arabesques, Venetiis in aedibus 
Aldi et Andreae Soceri, 152 1, sm. 8vo. (23), June 10, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £a 

Apuleius Platonicus. Incipit herbarium Apulei Platonici ad 
Marcum Agrippam, roman letter, numerous woodcuts of 
plants col., mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd [Romcs, Joh. Phil, de 
Lignamine, c. 1484], sm. 4to. (29), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £2<^ 
[Collation : 105 leaves ; the first 6 leaves and one other 
are in fac ; sold not subject to return. Hain 1322, 
Proctor 3962.] 

Aquavilla (Nic. de). See Hacqueville 

Aquila (Petrus de). Questiones in IV. Libros Sententiarum, 
lit. gotl). (two types), 178 leaves, without marks [Hain 
♦1325, Proctor 2337, Pellechet 929], rubricated, painted 
initials, old russ. gt., with Wodhull arms on upper cover 
(Roger Payne), with rough edges, [colophon] Hunc 
Studiose tibi gaudet cudisse libellum., Spirensis civts Drach 
Petrus arte sua 1480, large folio (1810A), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^ los. 

Aquinas (Thomas). Catena Aurea, ed. princeps, lit. got^ , 
double columns, 60 lines to a page, woodcut initials, mor. 
gt., g.e., by Riviere (some leaves wormed), Esslingen, 
Conrad Fyner, n.d. (1470 or earlier), (506), April 29, 
Sotheby Carr, £1^ 

Aquinas (Thomas). " Postilla . . in Job feliciter incipit," lit. 
gotf). [Hain *i397. Proctor 2461], rubricated, red painted 
initials, old monastic oak bds. and stamped pigskin, with 
clasps, fine copy (from the Lakelands library), [colophon] 
. . . Anno Millesimoquadringentesimo Septuagesimoqrto, 
per discretum Conradum fyner 6- gerhusyen artis impres- 
sorie magistriim [Esslingae] [1474], sm. folio (3813), Nov. 
22, Sotheby Bull, £5 los. 

Aquinas (Thomas). Quaestiones disputationes de Veritate, 
lit. QOtf). [Hain *I4I9, Proctor 1027, Pellechet 1018], 
rubricated, initials and capitals painted, with leather 
divisions of the sections, " Iste liber e monasterii nri 
Benedictenpaizen," contemp. monastic oak bds. and 
dyed doeskin, blind stamps, orignal MS. title on upper 
cover (damaged), text in fine condition, [colophon] ^ me 
Johannem Koelhoeff de Lubcek, Coloniae incolam diligenter 
impresse anno dhi 1475, thick sm. folio (3812), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Bull, £^ 

Aquinas (Thomas). Summa Theologiae, gotfjic letter, several 
illuminated initials and many painted, orig. wooden bds. 
and stamped^ leather, with clasps {s.n., Strassburg, Joh. 
Mentehn, not after 1463], foHo (40), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £<q2 
[First ed. of Part ii. (2), and earliest appearance of any 

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AQU] Book-Prices Current. 

part of the Summa. Hain *I454, Proctor 199. Colla- 
tion : 248 leaves, unnumbered. There should be 4 blanks, 
but these have been cut away.] 

Aquinas (Thomas), Summa Theologiae. Pars secunda partis 
secundae, lit. 0Ot^. parva, 258 leaves, without marks 
[Hain *I459, Proctor 83, Pellechet 1049], rubricated, 
painted pen-letters, contemp. German oak bds. and 
leather, with stamps (" Bibliotheca Regia Monacensis "), 
[colophon] Alma in Urhe Moguntia . . . Artificiosa quadd 
ad invencoe imprimendi seu caracterizddi . . . sic effigiatu 
. . . Per Petrum Schoiffer, de gernszheim anno dni m.cccc. 
Lxvii. ate sexta mensz marcii (1467), large thick folio 
(3807), Nov. 22, Sotheby Ellis, £2.2,^ 

Aquinas (Thomas). Summa Theologiae, Prima pars summe, 
lit. OOtll-, 215 leaves, double columns, 57 lines to a full 
page, floral decoration to first initial and other initials 
painted, name on a i and a few MS. marginal notes, mor., 
y.e., Johanne Mocenico inclyto Venetorum, 1484, folio (140), 
July 29, Sotheby Thorp, £^ los. 

Aquinas (Thomas) . Super Tertio Libro sententiarum, fifteenth 
century German, mor. (repaired), decoration built up 
laboriously from a large number of small tools, capitals 
painted in gold and col., ribbon labels with the name 
Maria, the brass catches for the clasps have also the name 
Maria engraved upon them, Venice, Hermann Lichten- 
stein, 1490, folio (504), April 29, Sotheby Carr, /lo 

Aquinas (Thomas). Tertia Pars Summae, first ed., (it. QOtf). 
parva, double columns, 52 lines, 218 leaves ((blanks for 
first and last leaves wanting), signatures hand stamped 
in extreme lower margins [unmentioned by bibliographers], 
old russ. gt., plain edges, WodhuU arms on upper cover, 
large copy, [colophon] . . . impressa Tarvisy {sic), per 
magistrvi Michaelem Manzolo de Parma, anno m.cccc. 
Lxxvi., folio (3808), Nov. 22, Sotheby Tregaskis, £^ 15s. 

Arabian Nights, trans, by E. W. Lane, first ed., illustrated 
with designs by W. Harvey, 3 vol., complete in the 32 
orig. parts, with all the pictorial wrappers, as clean as 
when issued, with new mor. wrappers, in cases, C. Knight, 
1838-41, imp. 8vo. (656), May 14, Sotheby 

Hatchard, ;^io los. 

Arabian Nights, trans, by E. W. Lane, first ed., illustrations 
from designs by W. Harvey, 3 vol., hf. veil, gt., g.e., 1839, 
8vo. (65), Nov. 5, Sotheby Crawshaw, £1 I'Ss. 

Arabian Nights. Book of the Thousand Nights and One 

Night, trans, by John Payne, No. 41 of a limited ed., 9 

vol., veil., uncut, t.e.g., "Printed for the Villon Society, 

1882-84, 8vo. (66), Nov. 5, Sotheby Bond, £q 

\£l 5S., same state, Oct. 24, Hodgson, Lot 144.] 

Arabian Nights. Tales from the Arabic of the Breslau and 
Calcutta (1814-18) editions not occurring in the other 
printed texts, trans, by J. Payne, 3 vol., veil., Privately 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [arc 

printed, Villon Society, 1884, 8vo. (674), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Lester, £2 15s. 
[£2 4s., hf. veil., Large Paper, Nov. 5, Sotheby, Lot 
2605 ; £2 los., veil, gt., t.e.g., small paper, Oct. 24, 
Hodgson. Lot 145.] 

Arabian Nights. Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, 
trans, by Sir R. F. Burton, 10 vol., orig. cl., Benares, 1885, 
8vo. (344), Aug. 7, Sotheby Quaritch, £26 

Arabian Nights. Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, 
with the Supplemental Nights, trans, by Sir R. F. Burton, 
17 vol., together with a series of 70 original illustrations 
by A. Letchford, 18 vol. in all, orig. cl., Printed by The 
Kamashastra Society, 1885-8, 8vo. (691), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Salby, £^0 

Arabian Nights. Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, 
with the Supplemental Nights, trans, by Sir R. F. Burton, 
100 illustrations from paintings by Stanley L. Wood, 
proofs before letters, 16 vol., Benares, printed by the 
Kamashastra Society, 1885-88, roy. 8vo. (67), Nov. 5, 
Sotheby Hardy, £^^ 

[The Supplemental Nights (only), 4 vol., 1886-88, 
realised £6 los., Oct. 23, Sotheby, Lot 580.] 

Arabian Nights. Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, 
trans, by Sir R. F. Burton, ed. by L. C. Smithers, Japanese 
veil, paper, port, and 71 plates after A. Letchford, 12 vol., 
mor. ex., with arabesque design, gt. dentelles, g.t., fine 
set, H. S. Nichols, 1897, 8vo. (6), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Sawyer, £\2 15s. 

Arabian Nights. Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, 
with the Supplemental Nights, trans, by Sir R. F. Burton, 
16 vol., orig. cl., together with the set of 100 plates from 
orig. paintings by Stanley T. Wood, in case, Benares, 
printed j or the Kamashastra Society, n.d., 8vo. (583), June 
17, Sotheby Salby, £0^0 

Arabian Nights. Illustrations to the Arabian Nights, 100 
plates by Stanley L. Wood, in a case, n.d. — Twenty-one 
Etchings by Lalauze to illustrate the Arabian Nights, 
n.d., together 2 vol., 4to. (317), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Beaverbrook, £2 7s. 

Arabian Nights. Lalauze (A.) Suite de XXL Vignettes, pour 
illustrer les Mille et Une Nuits (ed. Jouaust, 10 vol.), 
epreuves speciales, itr^es sur papier de Hollande, chacun 
avec remarque grav6e sur la Planche, et portant la signa- 
ture autographe de I'artiste, special title and list of plates, 
with their positions in the eds. of Jouaust, Lane and 
Burton, 10 sets taken in this form, mor. super ex., g.e., 
by Zaehnsdorf, finely bd., Paris, 1881, 4to. (896), May 14, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £'] 

Arbre des Batailles. See Bonner (Honord de) 

Archa^ologia. Set Society of Antiquaries of London 

Archa^ologia /Eliana, First Series (complete), 4 vol., hf. cf. gt., 
4to. — New Series, Vol. i.-vi. only, hf. cf. gt., 8vo. — Third 

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arc] Book-Prices Current. 

Series, Vol. i.-v., cl., together 15 vol., plates, woodcuts 
and photographs, 1822- 1909, 4to. (866), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Pickard, £^ los. 

Archaeological Survey of India. Reports, by Gen. Sir Alex. 
Cunningham and others, Index by V. A. Smith, maps 
and plates (wanting Vol. xviii.), together 23 vol., orig. 
cl., Simla and Calcutta, 1871-87, 8vo. (217), March 4, 
Christie Quay itch, £^ 

Archaica, ed. by Sir E. Brydges, 2 vol., Privately printed, 18 15 
— Heliconia, ed. by T. Park, 3 vol., ib., 1815, together 5 
vol., uniform mor. gt., t.e.g., 1815, folio (1509), April 8, 
Sotheby Edwards, £^ 7s. 6d. 

Archdale (J no.) New Description of that Fertile and Pleasant 
Province of Carolina, first ed., cf. gt., by Bedford, 4 pre- 
liminary leaves and pp. 32, hf. -title repaired (reproduction 
of title in catalogue), London, printed for John Wyat . . . 
1707, sm. 4to. (74), April 10, American Art Association 

$100 

Archer (J. H.) Monumental Inscriptions of the British West 
Indies, coats-of-arms, linen bds., uncut, 1875, 8vo. (160), 
Jan. 22, Sotheby Winter, 12s, 

Archimedes. Tetragonismus id est Circuli Quadratura, wood- 
cut on title, with Sessa's device at foot and mathematical 
diagrams, got()ic letter, mor. ex., Venetiis, J. B. Sessa, 
1503, sm. 4to. (246), Dec. 6, Hodgson Barnard, £6 

Aretinus (Leonardus). Epistolarum Familiarium libri VIII., 
lit. rom., 79 leaves, without marks [Hain 1565, Proctor 
7349], 8 orig. fly-leaves filled with contemp. notes, old oak 
bds., new leather back, [at end] " Leonardi Arretini 
Epistolarum Familiarium liber octavus et ultimus finit. 
MCCCC.LXXii " [Italy, unknown place and printer], folio 
(1813), Nov. 22, Sotheby Ellis, £^ los. 

[Bound at the end of the volume is a MS. of a Latin 
translation of the Ethics of Aristotle, in a little later hand 
by an Italian scribe, on 74 leaves of paper.] 

Aretinus (Leonardus). Historia del popolo fiorentino tradocta 
in lingua tosca da Donato Acciaoli, roman letter [Hain- 
Copinger 1563], Impressa a Vinegia per Maestro lacomo de 
Rossi di natione Gallo, 1476 — Poggio (J. F. Bracciolini) . 
Historia Fiorentina tradocta in lingua toscana da lacopo 
suo figliuolo, orig. ed., roman letter [Hain-Copinger 13172^ 
Proctor 4243], ib., 1476, in i vol., modern bds., antique 
style, folio (24), June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £'] 15s. 

Aretinus (Leonardus). Historia Fiorentina, tradocta in Vul- 
gare da Donato Acciaioli, prima ed., lit. rom., 218 leaves, 
including orig. blank for aj, with signs. [Hain *I562,. 
Proctor 4242], [colophon] . . Impresso a Vinegia per . . 
Jacomo de Rossi di Natione Gallico nell anno del mcccc 
Lxxvi. adi XII. de Febraio (1476) — Poggio. Historia. 
Fiorentina in Lingua Fiorentina, prima ed., lit. rom. (ut 
supra), 116 leaves, including orig. blank at end [Hain 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [ari 

♦13172, Proctor 4243], ib., Octo di Marzo, 1476, in i vol., 
limp veil., fine copies, folio (1814), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £12 

Aretinus (Leonardus). Opera, Italian MS. on veil, [begins] 
Leonardi aretini prefatio in phedonem Platonis ad Inno- 
centium, arabesque border in gold and colours on first leaf, 
also 4 illuminated initials (77 leaves), veil., Scbc. xvi., sm. 
4to. (31), March 18, Christie Edwards, ^34 13s. 

Aretio (Angelus de). Tractatus Judiciorum expositus per D. 
Bart, de Saxoferrato, lit. rom., 102 leaves, including 
blanks at beginning and end, with signs. [Hain *i625], 
new hf. cf., uncut, [colophon] . . Impressiis Papie p magistru 
Antoniu de Carchano impensis Jacobi de Sancto Peiro 
Anno doniini m.cccc.lxxvii. Septio Kalendas Mali (1477), 
large folio (181 1), Nov. 22, Sotheby Ellis, £6 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando Furioso, first ed., roman letter, device 
below title with the initials I. M. surmounted by a crown, 
full-page woodcut of a beehive on verso of Privilege (folio 
216 has corner torn off and some words supplied in fac), 
mor. ex., by Clarke and Bedford (a few stains and some 
margins restored), Impresso in Ferrara per Maestro 
Giovanni Mazocco del Bondeno, adi xxii. de Aprile, 1516, 
4to. (26), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £118 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando Furioso, gottjic letter, double columns, 
with foliation, limp veil., a-z 8, aa 6 (title and few leaves 
soiled), Finisse Orlando . . . Stdpato in Vinclita Citta di 
Vinegia ad instanza del . . . Sisto Libbraro al Libbro, 1526, 
a di ultimo Agosto, i2mo. (32), March 18, Christie 

Davis &> Orioli, £ig 

Ariosto (L.) [Orlando Furioso.] II Furioso, con la gionta d'altri 
canti nuovi ampliato e corretto, lit. QOtl)-, title in red and 
black, woodcut port, of Ariosto at end, with the motto 
Pro Bono Malum," mor. ex., g.e., Vinegia per Francesco 
di Alessandro Bindoni et Mapheo Pasini, 1533, sm. 8vo. 
(27), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^io los. 

Aiiosto (I..) Orlando Furioso, woodcut title, woodcuts and 
figured initials, contemp. Venetian mor., corner fleurons 
and centre figures and initials E. M. B. H. I. P., gt. gaufired 
edges, clasps, In Vinegia, appresso Gab. Giolito, 1549, sm. 
4to. (1828), Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £j 5s. 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando Furioso, traduzido por don leronymo 
de Urrea, first Spanish ed., arms of Philip of Spain on title 
(defective), port, and 45 woodcuts, hf. veil., Imprimiose 
enla muy noble y leal villa de Anuers en Casa de Martin 
Nucio, 1549, 4to. (124), Dec. 17, Sotheby Ellis, £1 5s. 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando Furioso, italic letter, historiated initials, 
woodcuts precede each canto, contemp. Venetian mor. gt., 
g.e., Vinegia, Gabriel Giolito, 1550, 4to. (29), June 10, 
Sotheby ^. Tregaskis, £g 15s. 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando Fvrioso tradvzido en romance Castel- 
lano por el S. Don Hieronimo de Vrrea, italic letter, wood- 
cuts, mor., g.e., Impresso en Venecia por Gabriel Giolito de 

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Ferrariis y sus Hermanos, 1553, sm. 4to. (33), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, £5 los. 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando furioso, woodcuts and figured initials 

(first few leaves stained), Venetia, G. A. Valvassore, 1559, 

sm. 4to. (477), April 8, Sotheby Quaritch, {20 

' [XVI. century Venetian mor., stamped in the Grolier 

manner, g.e.] 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando Furioso, con le annotationi, etc. di 
Geronimo Ruscelli, etc. (title cut), several full-page 
woodcut engravings, old sheep, Venetia, V. Valgrisi, 1572, 
4to. (25), April 29, Sotheby Heffev, £1 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando Fvrioso, tradvzido en romance Castel- 
lano, por Don leronymo de Vrrea, italic letter, woodcuts, 
Spanish mor., g.e. (title repaired), Imprimiose en Venecia, 
en casa de Domingo de Farris, 1575, sm. 4to. (34), March 
18, Christie Davis &' Orioli, £6 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando Furioso con le Annotationi, di Jeronimo 
Ruscelli, etc., 51 engravings by Girolamo Porro (plate 34 
mounted), ornamental cartouches and woodcut initials, 
Venetia, Francesco de Franceschi, 1584, sm. folio (42), 
April 8, Sotheby Heffer. £8 

[XVII. century French mor. gt., g.e. This copy has 
an old engraved port, of Ariosto and two rare folding 
plates by Otto Vaenius inserted. £^, apparently the 
same copy, June 10, Sotheby, Lot 33 ; £/\. 5s., old English 
mor. gt., g.e., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 987.] 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando Furioso, con gli Argomenti in ottava 
rima di M. Ludovico Dolce, small italic letter, numerous 
cuts in the text, mor. ex., g.e., by J. Wright, Venetia, 
presso gli Heredi di Pietro Dehuchino, 1588, 8vo. (34), June 
10, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 15s, 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando Furioso, in Italian and English, 2 vol., 
old English mor. gt., g.e., inscription to Lady Hester Pitt 
stamped in gold on mor. label on upper cover of Vol. i., 
1755. 4*0. (16), July 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £2 los. 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando Furioso, Baskerville's ed., engravings 

after Eisen, Moreau. etc. by Bartolozzi and others, 4 vol., 

russ. gt., g.e., Birmingham, Baskerville, 1773, 8vo. (321), 

Dec. 17, Sotheby Parsons, £6 15s. 

[£i 15s., cf. antique, March 19, Puttick, Lot 371.] 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando Furioso, port, by Eisen, plates by 
Cipriani, Cochin, Greuze, Moreau, etc., 4 vol., mor. gt., 
g.e., fine copy, Birmingham, da' Torchi di G. Baskerville, 
1773, 8vo. (26), April 29, Sotheby Edwards, ^13 los. 

Ariosto (L.) Orlando Furioso, port., 8 vol. in 4, cf. ex., g.e., 
by Clarke and Bedford, crest of Earl of Fitzwilliam, 
Firenze, 1823-4, 8vo. (28), April 29, Sotheby Lowe, £1 lis. 

Ariosto (L.) Roland le Furieux, traduict nou vehement en 
fran9ois par F. de Rosset, engraved title-page in com- 
partments (margin shaved), full-page engravings, old 
French mor. gt., monogram surmounted by a coronet at 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [ari 

corners and in centre, g.e., Paris, chez Robert Foilet, 1625, 
4to. (465), May 14, Sotheby Maggs, £2 12s. 

Aristophanes. Comoediae Novem Graced cum Scholiis Graecis 
et prefatione Graeca Marci Musuri, editio princeps, old 
mor. gt., g.e., Venetiis apud Aldum, 1498, folio (321), Nov. 
5, Sotheby Pickering, £21 los. 

[/16, old cf. gt., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 29; £1^, mor., 
g.e., Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 433.] 

Aristophanes. Comoedia? Novem, cum commentariis, Graced 
(edente A. F. Varchiensi), woodcut ornaments, mor. gt., 
g.e., from the library of John, 3rd Duke of Roxburghe, 
with his coat-of-arms, Florentiae, per hceredes Philippi 
luntae, 1525, 4to. (30), April 29, Sotheby Tregaskis, £2 

Aristophanes. Comoediae, ex ed. R. F. P. Brunck, interleaved 
and with MS. notes in the autograph of Edward Fitz- 
gerald, Vol. i., hf. mor., t.e.g., Oxonii, 1814, 8vo. (154), 
July 29, Sotheby Cartwright, £1 5s. 

Aristoteles. De Moribus ad Nichomachum, Jo. Argyropilo 
Byzantio traductore (wants title), oak bds. and leather, 
thick bands, stamped panels, that on the upper cover 
representing the Annunciation, with legend " Ecce 
Ancilla Domini," etc., with the binder's mark, the under 
panel having a figure of St. Nicholas and nude boys 
within border, with binder's mark and name " Nicolaus 
Spierinck " (worn and damaged), Paris., 15 19 — Another 
specimen of Spierinck's Cambridge Binding, with the 
same panels (much worn), enclosing an imperfect copy of 
Erasmi Lingua, Basil., Froben, 1525 (both books sold not 
subject to return), 8vo. (473), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Edwards, £'] 

Aristoteles. Ethica, Politica, Giconomica, ht. rom. parva, 
long lines, 24 to a full page, 260 leaves, without marks 
(first leaf of text wanting, also a blank at the end of the 
" Politica "), modern mor. ex., g. on r.e., large and clean 
copy, Absque ulla nota [sed Valenciae, Lambart Palmart 
{type i), 14 — ], thick folio (18 17), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £6g 
[Apparently an unrecorded Spanish Incunabulum.] 

Aristoteles. [Ethica, Politica et CEconomica Leonardo Aretino 
interprete], lit. goti^. parva, 198 leaves, including two 
blanks, without marks [Hain *i762. Proctor 224, Pel- 
lechet 1238 (gives 200 leaves, including four blanks)], 
point holes above and below, spaces left for Greek, some 
orig. MS. signs, left, illuminated initial miniature of Aris- 
totle on first page, painted capitals, old veil., fine copy. 
Absque ulla nota [Argeniorati, Jo. Mentelin {type 5), " before 
April 10, 1469," Pellechet, c. 1475], sm. folio (1818), Nov. 
22, Sotheby- Maggs, £^g 

Aristoteles. Ethicorum ad Nichomachum, libri decem, Jo. 
Argyropylo interprete, "Prelum Ascensianum " (un- 

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dated) on title, woodcut initials, Paris, ap. Jo. de Roigny, 
excud. A. Wechel, 1555, folio (134), April 8, Sotheby 

Ellis, £16 
[XVI. century English cf., with crown and Tudor rose 
in gold in centres, plain edges. Queen Mary's copy. Back 
repaired, sides worn.] 

Aristoteles. " Incipit prologus de Propositionibus Universali- 
bus Aristotelis," lit. 0Ot(). (two types), long lines, 32 to a 
full page, 79 leaves, without marks, unmentioned by Biblio- 
graphers, painted capitals, veil., Absque ulla nota [Italy, 
unknown place and printer, 14 — ], sm. 4to. (1827), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £6 los. 

Aristoteles. Oiconomicorum lib. II., cum Commentario Leon- 
ardi Aretini, lit. rom., 36 leaves, without marks, printed 
on stout paper, with wide margins [Ilain 1774, Proctor 
4139], rubricated, old russ., g.e., Absque ulla nota [sed 
Venetiis, Chr. Valdarfer, 1470-1], sm. 4to. (1821), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £j los. 

Aristoteles. Opera quae quidem extant omnia . . . Item lo. 
Lod. Vivis Valentini de libris Aristotelicis censura . . . 
Ad haec De vita Aristotelis . . . per Phil. Melanchthonem, 
roman letter, contemp. mor. ex., gt. tooled and with panel 
of arabesques, g.e., in case, Basle [? H. Petri], 1538, folio 
(41), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £^8 

[With bookplate of Marquis d'Adda and autograph 
signature. Collation : a6, a-z, a-z, aa-zz6, AABB4. Illus- 
tration in catalogue.] 

Aristoteles. Opera Tomus II., Gr. et Lat., signatures on title, 
s. /. apud Gulielmum Laemariurn, 1597, thick 8vo. (45), 
April 8, Sotheby Gaston, £8 

[XVII. century French cf., covered with semis of stars, 
arms of Henry, son of Francis II., Duke of Lorraine, with 
oval legned, " Henricus Francisci Caroli. Lothar. et Bar. 
Due. N. D. D. 1602." Prize copy (worn).] 

Aristoteles. Physica, sive de Physica audita et Votari ab 
Averroi Cordubensi commentate, lit. got^. (two types), 
238 leaves, without marks [Hain 1683, Pellechet 1192 
(242 leaves)], old contemp. doeskin (some letters on last 
leaf in fac). Absque ulla nota [Patavii, Laurentius Cano- 
zius, c. 1473-4], folio (1822), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, 20 los. 

Armeno (Cristof oro) . Peregrinaccio di tre Giovani figlivoli del 
Re di Serendippo, dalla Persiana nell' Italiana lingua trap- 
portato, itahc letter, mor. ex., by Duru, Venetia, M. 
Tramezzino, 1557, sm. 8vo. (467), May 14, Sotheby 

Dobell, £2 2S. 

Armstrong (Sir W.) Gainsborough and his Place in Enghsh Art, 

first ed., 62 photogravures and 10 litho. facs., hf. mor., 

t.e.g., 1898, 4to. (36). Nov. 26, Christie Bumpus, £^ 

[£y 5S-, orig. cl., proof plates, lithos. in col., Dec. 4, 

Sotheby, Lot 1259.] 

Armstrong (Sir W.) J. M. W. Turner, one of 350 copies on 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [ars 

Japanese paper, port, and numerous engravings and extra 
plates in case, proofs, 2 vol., hf. mor. gt., uncut, t.e.g., 
Agnew & Sons, 1902, folio (1265), Dec. 4, Sotheby 

Sawyer, £6 15s. 

Armstrong (Sir W.) Sir Joshua Reynolds, 78 photogravures 
and 6 lithographic facs. in col., proofs, 2 vol., mor., uncut, 
t.e.g., 1900, roy. 4to. (1258), Dec. 4, Sotheby Bumpus, ;^ii 

Ame (T. A.) Songs in the Comedies called " As You Like It " 
and " Twelfth Night," engraved plates of musical nota- 
tion, hf. roan, n.d., folio (146), May 13, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £9> 5s. 

Arnold (Matthew). Celtic Literature, the orig. holograph MS., 
134 pp 4to., a transcript of 2 missing pages, mor., by 
Sangorski and Sutcliffe (1958), April 22, Christie, pre- 
sented by the Viscountess Sandhurst ;^28 7s. 

Arnold (Matthew). Works, ed. de luxe, port., 15 vol., orig. 
silk cl. gt., uncut, 1903-4, 8vo. (123), July 29, Sotheby 

G. H. Brown, £6 12s. 6d. 

Arnold (Richd.) Names of all the Baylyfs, Custose, Mayors 
and Sherefs of the Cyte of London, blacfe letter, no separate 
title, wanting blank leaf a i (wormed and some holes 
mended, some top margins restored), modern mor. ex., 
not subject to return, Without place, printer's name or 
date (152 1), 4to. (38), June 10, Sotheby Dobell, £S 

Amoldus, de Villa Nova. Tractatus de virtutibus Herbarum, 
roman letter, long lines, first page has ornamental woodcut 
borders to text, cut above title-heading, woodcuts of herbs 
in the text, modern bds., hf. covered sheep, antique style 
[not in Hain, Proctor or Pellechet], Bononiae per me 
Bacelierium cognomento de Bacilieriis, 1489, xii. kl. De- 
cemhris, sm. 4to. (37), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £^S 

Aron (P.) Toscanello de la Musica, first ed., roman letter, 
musical notation, title within woodcut border, large 
woodcut, with port, on verso of a 4, woodcut initials, 
mor. gt., g.e., by Rapartier, fine copy, Vinegia, per B. et 
M. de Uitali, 1523, folio (147), May 13, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ;^io los. 

Aron (P.) Toscanello in Musica, roman letter, musical nota- 
tion, title within woodcut border, large woodcut, with 
port, on verso of a ii., woodcut initials, mor. gt., g.e, by 
Zaehnsdorf, fine copy, Vinegia, M. Sessa, 1539, folio (148), 
May 13, Sotheby Quaritch, £6 5s. 

Ars Memorandi, first xylographic ed., 30 leaves (three of which 
are in fac), each printed on one side only, inlaid to folio 
size, mor. ex., g.e. [s.n., Germany, c. 1460-70], folio (42), 
Dec. 10, Christie " Quaritch, ;^7oo 

[First ed. of the three described by Schreiber. Three 
copies of this issue are cited, viz., Leipzig, Munich and 
Wien. The ink is grey, occasionally deepening to brown. 
The 15 pages of text are in large gothic letter. Illustra- 
tion in catalogue.] 

Ars Memorandi. Memorabiles Evangelistarum Figuras (cum 

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Versibus Latinis Sebastian! Brant et alii edidit G. Rel- 
misius), 15 fuil-page figures of emblems of the four evan- 
gelists (partly col.), old French mor. gt., g.e. [PhorccB, 
Thomae Anselmi], 1502, 4to. (39), June 10, Sotheby 

Pickering, £^ 

[The woodcuts are similar to those of the block-book 
ed. of ' Ars Memorandi."] 
[Ars Memorandi.] Hexastichon Sebastian! Brant in me- 
morabiles euangelistai/ figuras, 15 woodcuts, mor., with 
GroUeresque bhnd design on sides, g.e., by Hering, 
[Pforzheim, T. Anshelm, 1503], sm. 4to. (43), Dec. 10, 
Christie I regaskis, ;^i i 

[Third ed., having been preceded by two issues with 
date of 1502. The Latin verses are by Petrus de Rosen- 
heim.] 
Ars Moriendi, xylographic ed., the 11 blocks and text (13 
pages) printed on 24 (?25) leaves on one side of the paper, 
without any colouring, the blank backs of each pasted 
together as originally issued (except the first and last 
leaves of text), modern veil, (one or two leaves loose in 
the binding), from the Huth collection (;^i,5oo) [Germany, 
? Augsburg, c. 1465-70], sm. folio (44), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £1,150 

[First ed. of the blocks forming Group iv. of Schreiber's 
division of the various xylographs of this book, almost 
exactly copied from the first of Group i. Of these blocks, 
there were three other editions. In these three, the 
outer border line and the hatching to same were removed 
from the blocks, which were in each case then printed on 
both sides of the paper. In the third ed., two other cuts 
were added, and in the fourth two more. Illustrations 
in catalogue.] 
Ars Moriendi. F la : Ars Moriendi [Q] Variis scd'm pliilo- 
sophu tertio ethicorQ, etc., 12 leaves, gotl)ic letter, n full- 
page woodcuts [s.n., Cologne, ? Goswin Gops, or Nicolaus 
Gotz, c. 1475] (46), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, i\']0 

[Second typographical ed. Copinger (Suppt. II.) 667. 
Probably Proctor 11 15. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Gerson (Joh. [Charlier] de). Monotessaron, QotE)tC 
letter, 40 lines to a page, without marks, rubricated, Hain 
♦7719, Proctor 1259 [s.n., Cologne, ? Goswin Gops or 
Nic. Gotz, c. 1480] 

[Collation: 68 leaves (first and last blank). A few 
MS. signatures remain.] 

Joannes de Sancto Lauren tio. Postillae EvangeHorum 
Dominicalium, flotf)tc letter, double colunms of 40 Hnes, 
without marks, rubricated [Hain 9410, Proctor 9332], 
Bruxelles [Fratres vitae communis], 1480 

[Collation : 198 leaves, the last blank. A few MS. 
signatures remain, as well as catchwords.] 

The three sm. folio volumes bound together, xvth 
century wooden bds. stamped leather (rebacked), bound 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [art 

at the monastery of Dulmen, Westphalia, and bears the 
characteristic stamps of that binding, notably the square 
stamp of two birds.] 

Ars Moriendi. Begins F. 4 ? : [woodcut with sig. D.] verso : 
Bona inspiracio angeli contra desperacionem, gott)ir \t\XtX, 
double columns, 38 lines to a page, mor. ex. [s.n., Cologne, 
? Nic. Gotz, c. 1475], sni. folio (45), Dec. 10, Christie 

Q liar itch, £2^ 

[A fragment of 6 leaves (out of 12), presumably the 

first typographical ed. (Hain 1831). The subjects are 

not in their usual order, nor do they always face their 

letterpress.] 

Ars Moriendi.] Folio 2a : Das ist die vorred in das Biichlin 
des Stubenden Menschen, got^ic letter, five full-page wood- 
cuts, col. by hand, and woodcut initials (first woodcut 
inlaid, corners of 3 leaves mended), hf. cf. [s.n., Augsburg, 
A. Sorg, c. 1478-80], sm. 4to. (49), Dec. 10, Christie 

Guar itch, £is^ 
[Hain *ii629. Proctor 1677. Collation: 96 leaves, 
unnumbered [a-m8]. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Ars Moriendi. Tractatus succinctus ac valde utilis de Arte et 
Scientia. Perfecte Vivendi Beneq. Moriendi, device of 
Pierre Mareschal on title and 11 whole-page woodcuts 
[Copinger 678], gott)ic letter, 20 leaves [A-E in fours] 
(margins stained), mor. ex., g.e., Impressiim Lugduni a 
Petro Mareschal [? 1498], sm. 4to. (240), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Quaritch, ^38 

Ars Moriendi. Ars Moriendi ex Variis sententijs collecta cum 
Piguris, flot^ic letter, woodcut on title (repeated on verso) 
and 12 full-page woodcuts, a6, b8=I4 leaves, unnum- 
bered, mor. ex., g.e., by ChamboUe-Duru (ex-libris Seil- 
liere, with arms), large copy, Impressum Normbergae .... 
loannis Weyssenburger, 15 12, sm. 4to. (47), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, £^g 

[Ars Moriendi.] Pen seer profitelijck boecxken om alle men- 
schen wel te leeren steruen, gotflic letter, 22 lines to a page, 
with signatures, 6 woodcuts with gothic letter inscriptions 
cut on the blocks, ab8, C4 = 20 leaves, unnumbered, mor. 
gt., g.e., by Lloyd, Gheprent tot delft In hollant Bi mi 
Cornelis cornelisse [c. 1520], i2mo. (48), Dec. 10, Christie 

Maggs, £16 I OS. 

Art and Life and the Building and Decoration of Cities, a 
Series of Lectures by Members of the Arts and Crafts 
Exhibition Society, mor. ex., g.e., Doves bindery, finely 
bd., Rivington & Co., 1897, 8vo. (1036), July 22, "Sotheby 

Shepherd, £^ 5s. 

Art de Bien Vivre. Le liure intitule lart de bien viure, et de 
bien mourir, lettres batardes, double columns of 36 lines, 
woodcuts and ornamental initials (top margin of title 
repaired), mer. ex., g.e., by Simier (from the Huth collec- 
tion, ;^7o in 191 1), Nouuellement imprhne a par is pour 
Hery pacquot, s.d. [1535], sm. 4to. (40), March 18, Christie 
(47) Quaritch. £85 



art] Book-Prices Current. 

Art of Contentment. See Woodhead (A.) 

Arthur (King). Most Ancient and Famous History of the 
Renowned Prince Arthur, King of Britaine, btacfe letter, 
the 3 parts complete, woodcut fronts., in i vol., modern 
cf.. Printed by William Stansby for Jacob Bloome, 1634, 
sm. 4to. (750), April 29, Sotheby Maggs, ;^io 

[£g 15s., apparently the same copy, Aug. 7, Sotheby, 
Lot 613 ; £^ 5s., mor., g.e., stained and wormed, May 14, 
Sotheby, Lot 571.] 

Ascham (R.) Toxophilus, the Schole, or partitions of shoot- 
ing, blarit letter, engraved title, mor. gt., g.e., Imprinted 
at London by Thomas Marshe, 1571, 4to. (542), Jan. 22, 
Sotheby ' Maggs, £2 2S. 

[£i I2S., cf. (stained), the ed. of 1789, 4to, same sale. 
Lot 543.] 

Ashbee (H. S.) Index Librorum Prohibitorum, by " Pisanus 
Fraxi," front., etc., hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g.. Privately 
printed, 1877, 4to. (667), Dec. 17, Sotheby Tregaskis, £20 

Ashe (T.) Travels in America, first ed., 3 vol., bds., uncut, 
1808, i2mo. (131), Nov. 13, Puttick Mackenzie, £2 12s. 6d. 

Asiatic Researches, or Transactions of the Society Instituted 
in Bengal, plates, 12 vol., mor., Calcutta, i78'8-i8i6, 4to. 
(569), Dec. 19, Hodgson Bailey, £2 14s. 

Asiatic Society of Bengal. Journal, Vol. i, to xxx., in 43 vol., 
1832-61, russ. and cf. (some a little rubbed). Vol. xxxi.- 
xxxvii. in parts (not complete), and a catalogue, together 
50 vol., 8vo. (365), Aug. 7, Sotheby Heffer, £/\^ 

Asiatic Society of Bengal. Publications, Vol. xlvii. to Ixx., 
46 vol., hf. bd. (various), Calcutta, 1878-1901 — Proceedings, 
1886-1892, 7 vol., hf. cf., ib. — Centenary Review of the 
Asiatic Society of Bengal, hf. cf., ib., 1885, together 54 
vol., 1878-1901 8vo. (304), March 4, Christie 

London Library, £2^ 

Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Journal, Vol. 
i.-xx., 1834-63, hf. cf., and Vol. i.-iv., New Series, in parts, 
together 24 vol., 1865-70, 8vo. (366), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Heffer, £11 

Aspin (J.) Naval and Military Exploits which have Dis- 
tinguished the Reign of George the Third, front, and 33 
col. views, orig. bds., uncut, in slip case, London, printed 
by Samuel Leigh, 1820, i2mo. (1132), Dec. 12, American 
Art Association $36 

Assize of Bread. See Powel (J no.) 

Astexanus de Ast (J.) Summa de Casibus Conscientiae, lit. 
gotl)., 2 vol.. Vol. i., 232 leaves, including a blank at end, 
Vol. ii., 284 leaves, with signs. [Hain *i894, Pellechet 
1406], woodcut border round first page of Vol. i., painted 
initials, modern oak bds. and cf., blind stamped, by J. 
Faulkner, in excellent state (IngUs copy), [colophon] . . . 
Coloniae, p Pviduni 6- CircumspectO. virum Hinricum 
Quentell eiusdem incold et civem sub Anno dni m.cccc. 

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Oct., 1917 TO. Aug., 1918. [auc 

Lxxix. Sectindo Kalendas Septemhris pervigili cura 
impssiim, etc., large folio (1834), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £/\o 

[Astley (Jno.)] Art of Riding, trans, from the Italian of 
Claudio Corte, by Thos. Bedingfield, woodcuts (wanting 
the title), old cf., "H. Denham, 1584, sm. 4to. (32). April 29. 
Sotheby Quaritch, £2 15s. 

Athenajus. [Deipnosophistae.] (Graece, ex recensione Marci 
Musuri), ed. princeps, XVIIIth cent. French mor. gt., 
g.e., fine copy, orig. blank leaves, Venetiis, apud Aldum 
et Andream Socerum Mense Augusto, 15 14, folio (33), 
April 29, Sotheby Edwards, £1^ los. 

Athenaeus. [Deipnosophistae.] Les Quinze Livres des Deip- 
nosophistes . . . Traduit (par I'Abb^ Marolles), port, by 
Nanteuil, Paris, chez Jacques Langlois, 1680, 4to. (86), 
April 8, Sotheby Parsons, £% 8s. 

[XVIII. century French mor. gt., g.e., by Derome le 
Jeune, with his ticket.] 

Athenian Society. Publications. Lucian, Procopius, Alciphron, 
Longus, Heliodorus, Achilles Tatius and Aristophanes, 
complete set, 7 vol., hf. veil., Athens, privately printed, 
1895-8, 8vo. (116), Nov. 28, Hodgson £g 15s. 

Atkins (S. E.) and Overall (W. H.) Some Account of the 
Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, cl., uncut. Privately 
printed, 1881, imp. 8vo. (571), Feb. 20, Sotheby Rimell, 15s. 

Atkinson (J. A.) Picturesque Representation of the Naval, 
Military and miscellaneous Costumes of Great Britain, 33 
plates in col. aqautint, with descriptive letterpress in 
English and French, Vol. i. (all published), old hf. russ. 
(cracked), W. Miller, 1807, folio (793), April 29, Sotheby 

Spencer, £/\o 

Atkinson (J. A.) and Walker (J.) Picturesque Representa- 
tion of the Manners, Customs and Amusements of the 
Russians, port, of Alexander I. and 100 col. plates in soft 
ground etching, 3 vol. in i, russ. gt. (repaired), W. Bulmer 
& Co., 1803-4, ^o\\o (794), April 29, Sotheby David, £1^ 

[Attavanti (P.)] Breviarium totius juris canonici, small got^ic 
letter, port., mor. (with ex-libris Robert Proctor), Mem- 
mingen, Alb. Kunne, i486, sm. folio (50), Dec. 10, Christie 

Maggs, ;^ii 
[Third ed. and first printed in Germany. Hain *7i6i. 
Proctor 2780. Collation : 4 prel. -h cxxix.] 

Attic Miscellany (The), or Characteristic Mirror of Men and 
Things, folding plates by Barlow after Collings, etc., and 
theatrical character ports., 3 vol. in 2 (all published), old 
cf. gt., 1789-91, 8vo. (66), Dec. 12, Hodgson Shepherd, £6 

Aubrey (Jno.) Natural History and Antiquities of Surrey, 
port., map and plates, 5 vol., hf. mor., r.e., 1719, 8vo. 
(1023B), Oct. 23, Sotheby Thorp, £^ 5s. 

Auctores Classici -Latini cum notis in usum Delphini, edidit A. 
J. Valpy, 143 vol., various, uniform hf. cf. gt., v.y., 8vo. 
{74), July 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £y 15s. 

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Auctores Historiae Ecclesiasticae, Eusebii, Ruffini, Theodoreti, 
etc., omnia recognita, per Beatu Rhenanum, etc., Basileae, 
Jo. Froben, 1535, thick folio (131), April 8, Sotheby 

Heffer, £g 9s. 

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crowned Tudor roses, fleurs-de-lis, etc., with the binder's 

initials G. G. repeated, by Garret Godfrey ; in excellent 

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in I, old French mor. gt., g.e., Paris, la veufue M. Guille- 
mot, etc., 1625, 8vo. (468), May 14, Sotheby Ellis, £^ 

Audsley (G. A.) Art of Organ Building, port, and illustrations, 
2 vol., hf. veil, gt., t.e.g.. New York and London, 1905, 4to. 
(472), March 25, Sotheby Barton, £6 

Audsley (G. A.) Ornamental Arts of Japan, plain and coL 
plates, 2 vol. in 4 (a few leaves foxed), hf. veil., t.e.g., 
1882-4, folio (170), Aug. 7, Sotheby Thorp, £5 los. 

Audsley (G. A.) and Bowes (J. L.) Keramic Art in Japan, 
plates and illustrations, some in col., 2 vol., hf. mor., g.e., 
1875, folio (20), July 22, Sotheby Rimell, £2 14s. 

Audubon (J. J.) Birds of America, orig. octavo ed., 488 
(only) col. plates, 7 vol., hf. cf. (damaged). New York, J.J. 
Audubon, 1840-44, imp. 8vo. (132), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Spencer, £2^ 

Audubon (J. J.) Birds of America, orig. 8vo. ed., 500 col. 
plates, 7 vol., hf. cf. (binding damaged), New York, J. J. 
Audubon, 1840-44, imp. 8vo. (751), April 29, Sotheby 

Maggs, £56 
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Audubon (J. J.) and Bachman (J.) Quadrupeds of North 
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g.e.. New York, V. G. Audubon, 1854, 8vo. (27), March 6, 
American Art Association %5^ 

Auerswald (Fabian von). Ringer Kunst, etc., Qt^tl^tc letter, 
first and only ed., title with coat-of-arms of John Frederic, 
elector of Saxony, full-page port, of the author by L. 
Cranach and 85 full-page cuts by the same (a-ii6 = 48 
leaves, last blank), Gedruckt zu Wittemb., durch Hans 
Lujft, 1539 — Vegetius (Flavins). Vier biicher der Ritter- 
schafft, gotljic letter, double columns of 52 lines, full-page 
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engines, etc. (102 leaves, unnumbered), Augsburg, H. 
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40 lines to a full page (42 leaves) [s.n., Augsburg, c. 1530], 
together in i vol., orig. German cf., in case, sm. folio (51), 
Dec. 10, Christie Tregaskis, £/\'j 

Augsburger Geschlechter Buch, second ed., 156 full-page 
woodcuts, a6, B-T4, v6=i68 leaves, orig. veil., Frankjurt- 
on-Main, S. Feyrabend, 1580, folio (52), Dec. 10, Christie 

Ellis, £14 I OS. 

Augurellus (I. A.) Opera, first Aldine ed., old French mor. 

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Augustinus (S.) Confessionum libri Xlll., lit. rom., 164 
leaves, without marks [Hain 2031, Proctor 5883], hf. bd., 
[colophon] . . " 1 heutonicus delatus enini bonus aere 
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carnationis Domini 1475 xii. kal Augusti, sm. 4to. (1845), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £(^ 15s. 

Augustinus (S.) De Civitate Dei libri XXII., roman letter, 
290 leaves (wants the blanks only), on folio 15 is a small 
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beginning and end) [Hain 2049, Proctor 3310], [colophon, 
in 9 lines of verse, beginning, "Aspicis illustris lector, etc." 
. . . Conradus suueynheym, Arnoldus panartzq. magistri 
Rome impresserunt talia multa simul . . . 1470], folio (34), 
April 29, Sotheby Edwards, £(y2 

Augustinus (S.) De Doctrina Christiana divisus in quatuor 
partes, lit. 00t(). (2 blanks wanting), [Hain *i958, Pel- 
lechet 1474], rubricated, German library stamps on first 
leaf, contemp. oak bds. and leather, stamped, written 
label on upper side, giving a list of the printer's similar 
productions, clasp catches (rebacked), rough edges, Absque 
ulla nota [Coloniae, Barth. de Unkel, c. 1479-80], sm. 4to. 
(18^7), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, ^11 

Augustinus (S.) De la Citta di Dio, roman letter, the "Tavola" 
bound at end, old mor. gt., g.e., in case [Hain 2072, Pel- 
lechet 1564], Absque ulla nota [Florence, ? F. Bonaccorsius, 
? 1475], folio (43), June 10, Sotheby Maggs, Ij 5s. 

Augustinus (S.) De la Citta di Dio, 322 leaves, with signs., 
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[Florentiae, A. Miscominus, c. 1483], sm. folio (250), Dec. 
17, Sotheby Quaritch, £15 

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Augustinus (S.) " Incipit liber Sancti Augustini ad Petrum 
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[Hain *2045, Proctor 1093], initials painted, new veil., 
rough edges, [colophon] . . Colonic impressus est in Vigilia 
Sdcti Johanis baptiste, anno domini m.cccc. septuagesitno 
tercio [1473, printer unknown], sm. 4to. (1851), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Stamford, £5 5s. 

Augustinus (S.) " Incipit Sermo beati Augustini episcopi 
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marks [Hair^*i990, Proctor 1009, Bradshaw 8), new veil., 
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Augustinus (S.) *' Incipit Sermo beati Augustini epi sup 
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painted initials (two point holes in outer margins), new 
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1472]. sm. 4to. (1853), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £6 5s. 

Augustinus (S.) Liber de Consensu Evangehstarum, lit. got^., 
X07 leaves, including an orig. blank [Hain *i98i, Proctor 
2599, PeUechet 1494]. woodcut initials, modem mor. gt.. 
g,e,» [colophon]^ . . . /W Civitate Lau^ngen Imprtssus Anno 
m pifiH Vifgmis Saintifero. MHlesimoqnadringeniesi' 
mos9pltmg9smMiit9rcio. Pridie, Idus. Aprilis [unhncwn 
prnUgf^ 1473]. sm. foUo (1843), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, /34 

Augustinus (S.) Liber qui vocatur Quinquaginta, fluttiif letter, 
long lines, 38 to a page, rubricated, 92 leaves, without 
marks, painted initials, modem pigskin (from the Dunn 
collection) [Hain ♦1987, Proctor 1641], Anno dn% mcccc 
Lxxv. circit. Kai Febnimrii impressus est liber iste ad 
konorem dti p. Anikoniu Sorg in Attgnsta [Augnstae Vind, 
1475], sm. foUo (42). March 18, Christie Quaritch, £9 

Augustinus (S.) Prima Quinquagena, QOt^ir letter [Hain 
1971], initials in red and blue (first 2 leaves detective and 
wormed), con temp, stamped pigskin. Basilece, J. de Amer- 
bach, 1489, foho (556), Oct. 24. Hodgson 

Halliday, £2 7s. 6d. 

Augustinus de Ancona. Summa de Ecclesiastica Pot estate, 
lit. flot^. parva, 375 leaves, including an orig. blank [Hain 
♦962, Proctor 3611] (wormhole through several leaves), 
old English (?) oak bds. and leather, stamped floriate 
ornaments, metal comers (joint cracked), [colophon] 
Impssa Rome i domo nobilis viri Frdcisci de Cinquinis apud 
Sanctam Mariam de pofndo anno mcccclxxviiii. die xx. 
Decembris (1479), thick sm. 4to. (1855), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ;^io 

Augustinus Moravus. " Dialog^ in defensionem Poetices," 
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b 8 leaves (marked i.-hii.), r 5 leaves (only cj marked), 
the last leaf occupied by errata [Hain ♦11613. Proctor 
5667], contemp. MS. notes in margins, new veil., [colophon] 
Impressiotte compietu Anno Salutis m.cccc.lxxxxiii. 
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impressoris] [? B. Benahus], sm. 4to. (1856), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £7 5s. 

Aurem Opus regaUum Pri\'ilegiorum Civitatis et regni Valentie, 
0Ott)ic letter, large cut of Valencia, arms on title and 
equestrian figure of St. James, old Spanish cf., prel. 28 + 
ff. 248. Valentiae, Didacus de Gumiel, 1515, sm. foho (806), 
March 18, Christie Ellis, £14 los. 

Aurogallus (Matt.) De Hebraeis, Urbium, Regionum popu- 
lorum, fluminum, montium & ahorum locorum nominibus 

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[XVII. century French orig, veil., with first arms of J. 
A. de Thou (as bachelor) with a laurel wreath, plain edges, 
fine copy.] 

Austen (Jane). Emma, first ed., 3 vol., cf. gt., name on 
titles, 1816, 8vo. (226), Jan. 22, Sotheby Dobell, £2 8s. 

Austen (Jane). Mansfield Park, first ed., 3 vol., modem bds., 
uncut, 1814, 8vo. (2829), Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, £5 los. 
{£1 I2S,, cf. gt., name on titles, 3 vol., 1816, Jan. 22, 
Sotheby, Lot 228.] 

Austen (Jane). Northanger Abbey and Persuasion, first ed,, 
4 vol., cf. gt., name on titles, 1818, 8vo. (225), Jan. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £2 19s. 

Austen (Jane). Pride and Prejudice, 2 vol., cf. gt., name on 
titles, 1817, 8vo. (227), Jan, 22, Sotheby Dobell, 148. 

Austen (Jane). Sense and Sensibility, first ed., with the hf. 
titles, 3 vol., contemp, cf.. Printed for the author, 181 1, 8vo. 
(392), July II, 191 7, Hodgson Quaritch, £1^ 

Austen (Jane). Sense and Sensibility, 3 vol., cf. gt., name on 
titles, 1813, 8vo. (229), Jan. 22, Sotheby Spencer, £1 12s. 

Australian Stud Book, from the earliest Accounts to 1896, 
Vol. i. to vi., hf. mor., m.e., Melbourne, 1878-97, 8vo. 
(2985), Feb. 25, Sotheby Quaritch, £1 i8s. 

Authentick Memoirs relating to the Lives and Adventures of 
the most Eminent Gamesters and Sharpers, hf. cf., r.e., 
1744, 8vo. (86), Nov. 5, Sotheby Phillips, £1 12s. 

Averroes Cordubensis. [On a 2] " Incipit Uber de medicina 
averoys qui dicitur CoUget, &c.," (it. 0Ot^., 115 leaves, 
with signs. [Hain ♦2189], library stamps on first and end 
leaves, contemp. oak bids, and stamped leather, with 
clasps (worn), rough edges, [colophon] Anno gratie domini. 
1482. die. 5 Octobris finis . . Inipsso no p solertes impssores 
Magistrum Laurentium o Valetia cS- Socios. In felici Fer- 
rariensi Gimnasio {with device), sm. folio (1863), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £2^ 

Avery (David). Narrative of the Rise and Progress of the 
Difficulties which issued in a Separation between the 
Minister and People of Bennington, 1783, stitched, uncut, 
Bennington, printed by Haswell &> Russell, mdcclxxxiij., 
8vo. (722), Nov. 19, American Art Association $65 

[Reproduction of title-page in catalogue. Contains the 
leaf authorizing the publication, dated Sept. 25th, 1783.] 

[Avianus.] " Compotus cum Comento," [on a jj] " Liber qui 
compotus inscribitur una cu figuris & manibus necessariis, 
etc., lit. rom. et got^., 42 leaves, with signs. [Hain 5596, 
Proctor 3973], ItaUan woodcut on reverse of title and 10 
chiromantic and other cuts, ornamental initials, old veil., 
[colophon] . . Impressus Rome, per Andream Fritag de 
Argentina, Aj^no (1493), with device, sm. 4to. (1865), Nov. 
22, Sotheby Davis <&• Orioli, £8 5s. 

Avitus (Alcimus). De origine mundi. De originaU peccato, 

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etc., second ed. (?), got^ic letter, 25 lines to a page, woodcut 
of master and pupils on last leaf, mor. (some edges uncut), 
a6, B-P4, q6 = 68 leaves, unnumbered, Impressum Colonie 
per Martinu de Werdena . . . 1509, sm. 4to. (53), Dec. 10, 
Christie Maggs, £2 15s. 

Axe (J. W.) The Horse, its Treatment in Health and Disease, 
col. plates, etc., 9 vol., orig. cl., 1905, imp. 8vo. (391), 
Dec. 19, Hodgson Hill & Son, £1 las. 

Ayala (Pedro de). Cronica del rey don Pedro de Castilla (del 
rey don Enrique, y del rey don Juan), Ut. QOt^., woodcut 
of Don Pedro on title, small woodcuts of Don Enrique and 
Don Juan (several leaves discoloured and damp-stained, 
wormen at end), contemp. Spanish cf. gt., gt. crest and 
initials on sides, Sevilla, J. Cromberger, 1549, folio (501), 
Aug. 7, Sotheby Dobell, £2 5s. 

Ayllon (D. X.) Los famosos y eroycos hechos del cavallero, 
onrra y flor de las Espaiias el Cid Ruy Diaz del Bivar, etc., 
double columns, mor. ex., g.e., from the Marquis d'Adda 
collection, with his arms. En Anvers, en casa de la Biuda 
de luan Lacio, 1568, sm. 4to. (47), March 18, Christie 

Edwards, £11 lis. 
[The six preliminary leaves are narrower and a few 
corners at end have been repaired. Collation : Prel. 6 
leaves + 149 leaves numbered-!- i leaf unnumbered.] 

[Aylmer (Jno.)] An harborowe for faithful and true subjects, 

cf. ex., g.e., by Riviere, Strasburgh, 1559, sm. 4to. (510), 

April 29, Sotheby Harms-worth, £^ 

{£^ los., mor. ex., the Huth copy, Nov. 15, 191 1, 

Sotheby, Lot 360.] 

Aytoun (W. E.) and Martin (Sir T.) Book of Ballads, ed. by 
Bon Gaultier, first ed., illustrations by Alfred Crowquill, 
cf. gt., g.e., by Riviere, orig. cl., covers bound in, fine 
copy, 1845, 8vo. (334), Dec. 17, Sotheby Hill, £2 4s. 

Bacchanellus (Jo.) De Consensu Medicorum in Curandis 
morbis lib. IV., contemp. French (?) cf., the sides stamped 
in four panels (rebacked) , a good specimen of a remarkable 
binding, with rare stamps, signatures on title, well pre- 
served (not in Weale and others), Venetiis, in Vico Sancta 
Mariae Formosae ad Signem Spei, thick 8vo. (1866), Nov. 
22, Sotheby Tregaskis, £g 15s. 

Bach (J. S.) Clavir Ubung bestehend in Preludien . . . Partita 
HI., engraved title and 10 pp. musical notation, orig. bds., 
In Verlegung des Autoris, 1727, oblong 4to. (66), May 13, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £5 

Bacon (Sir F.) Advancement and Proficience of Learning, 
third ed., marginal notes, old veil., Oxford, 1633, 4to. (14), 
June 3, Sotheby Maggs, £2 5s. 

Bacon (Sir F.) Advancement and Proficience of Learning, 
interpreted by Gilbert Wats, port, and engraved title by 
Wm. Marshall, contemp. Oxford cf. gt., corner fleurons 
and centre ornaments, signature on fly-leaf, old ex-libris 

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field, 1640, folio (1867), Nov. 22, Sotheby Dobell, £(> 

Bacon (Sir F.) Advancement and Proficience of Learning, 
interpreted by Gilbert Wats, port, and front, by Wm. 
Marshall (inlaid), orig. cf., arms of K. Charles L on sides 
(rebacked), Oxford, L. Lichfield, 1640, folio (823), Feb. 20, 
Sotheby Edwards, £d> los. 

Bacon (Sir F.) Apophthegmes, New and Old, a re-issue of 
the first ed., old cf. (2 leaves torn and binding worn), 
Hanna Barret, 1626, i2mo. (140), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Halliday, £1^ los. 

[Bacon (Sir F.)] Certaine Considerations touching the better 
I'acification and Edification of the Church of P^ngland, 
unbd.. Printed for Henry Tomes, n.d. (1604), 4to. (126), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Ellis, Ig 

[Two editions were printed for Henry Tomes, this and 
another, dated 1604, but it is uncertain which is the first.] 

Bacon (Sir F.) Elements of the Common Lawes of England 
(name cut out of title), old sheep, 1636, 4to. (167), Feb. 
20, Sotheby Parkinson, £2 15s. 

Bacon (Sir F.) ' Elements of the Common Lawes of England, 
2 parts, with separate titles, continuous signatures, orig. 
sheep, Assignes of John More, 1639, sm. 4to. (37), April 
29, Sotheby Heffer, £1 6s. 

Bacon (Sir F.) Essaies [with the colours of good and evill],. 
third ed. [first pirated ed.], modern cf. gt., r.e.. Printed 
for John Jaggard . . . in Fleete Streete . . . neere Temple 
barre, 1606, i6mo. (1039), July 22, Sotheby Pickering, £81 
[Contains ten essays. A to G in eights, first and last 
leaves blank, no pagination.] 

Bacon (Sir F.) Essaies, fourth ed., slight additions and cor- 
rections in ink, cf., a-q 7 in eights, title on a 2 (a i, a 
blank, wanting), John Beale, 1612. 8vo. (2), June 3, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £^0 

Bacon (Sir F.) Essayes, sixth ed. (wanting the first blank 
leaf, some headlines cut into), cf. ex., by Bedford, Printed 
at London for John Jaggard, 1613, 24mo. (185), July 26, 
19 1 7, Hodgson Quaritch, £i(> 

Bacon (Sir F.) Essaies [with the Colours of Good and Evil], 
title within woodcut border (ruled in red), woodcut orna- 
ments and initials, modern cf., r.e.. Printed by I. D. for 
Elizabeth Jaggard at the hand and starre neere the Middle 
Templegate, 1624, 8vo. (510), Feb. 20, Sotheby Dobell, ;^22 

Bacon (Sir F.) Essayes (piece cut off title), mor. ex., g.e., 
/. Haviland for H. Barret, etc., 1625, sm. 4to. (23), July 22,. 
Sotheby Dobell, £11 los. 

[B-Xx in fours and two leaves with the table. Title, 
dedication to the Duke of Buckingham, and Table, to- 
gether 5 leaves.] 

Bacon (Sir F.) Essaies (with the Colours of Good and Evil), 
title within woodcut border, woodcut ornaments and 
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1624 — Wisdome of the Ancients, trans, by Sir Arthur 
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in St. Paul's Chttrch-yard, 1658, together 2 vol., sm. 8vo. 
(511), Feb. 20, Sotheby Dobell, ^20 

Bacon (Sir F.) Historic of the Raigne of King Henry VII., 
first ed., port, by Payne (name on title, waterstained) , old 
cf., 1622, folio (576), March 25, Sotheby Dobell, £2 6s. 

Bacon (Sir F.) Instauratio Magna [Novum Organum], first 
ed., engraved title by S. Pass, wanting blank leaf com- 
pleting sign, e of the " Parasceue," but has the blank at 
end, orig. veil, gt., Bacon's device of a boar gt. stamped 
in centre of covers, A pud J. Billium, 1620, folio (46), 
June 10, Sotheby Pickering, ;^ioo 

Bacon (Sir F.) Sylva Syl varum, published by William Raw- 
ley, first ed., port, and engraved title, cf. mended, T. H. 
for William Lee, 1627, folio (291), Dec. 4, Sotheby 

E. Stevens, £^ 12s. 6d. 

Bacon (Sir F.) Opera moralia et civilia, first collective ed., 
port, by Passe, orig. cf., r.e., E. Grifhni, 1638, folio (934), 
April 29, Sotheby Dobell, £^ 15s. 

[The issue of the first collected ed., which includes at 
end the first ed. of the " Instauratio Magna." The en- 
graved title was suppressed, but is mentioned on the title 
of this issue. A copy of the title of the ordinary issue 
loosely inserted.] 

Bacon (Sir F.) Works, ports., 3 vol. (some leaves in Vol. iii. 
stained), each vol. stamped on title, " Edmund Burke, 
Beaconsfield," old cf., m.e. (rebacked), 1753, folio (436), 
Aug. 7, Sotheby James, £5 los. 

Bacon (Sir F.) Works, port., 10 vol., old mor. gt., g.e. (rubbed), 
1819, 8vo. (21), July 22, Sotheby Parsons, £2 los. 

Bacon (Sir F.) Works, by Basil Montagu, port., 17 vol., cf. 
ex., g.e., by Clarke, crest of Earl Fitzwilliam in gold on 
sides, W. Pickering, 1825-34, ^^o. (35), April 29, Sotheby 

Bumpus, ;^ii I2S. 

Bacon (Sir F.) Works, ed. by Spedding, EUis and Heath, 
LARGE PAPER, loo copics, printed for subscribers, ports, 
on India paper, 15 vol., leather backs and bds., t.e.g., 
uncut, Cambridge, printed at the Riverside Press, 1863, 
8vo. (280), March 5, American Art Association $30 

Bacon (Sir F.) and Godwyn (Francis). History of the Reigns 
of Henry the Seventh, Henry the Eighth, Edward the 
Sixth and Queen Mary, port., old cf., 1676, folio (22), 
July 22, Sotheby Harding, £1 

Badminton Library of Sports and Pastimes, ed. by the Duke 
of Beaufort and A. E. T. Watson, many illustrations, 26 
vol. (only), cf. gt., g.e., fine condition, 1889-1902, 8vo. 
(677), Oct. 23, Sotheby G. H. Brown, ^3 5s. 

Baffo (Geo.) Raccolta delle sue Opere, port., 4 vol., veil, 
gt., Cosmopoli {Venezia), 1789 (336), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Davis S' Orioli, /i i8s. 

Bagallardus a Flumine (Paulus). Libellus de Egritudinibus 

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et Remediis Infantium, lit. rom., 40 leaves, without 
marks [Hain *2244, Proctor 6756], Patavii, Bar. Val. 
(Barth. Valdezochio) et Martin de Septem Arboribus, 
1472 — Petrus de Abano. Tractatus de Venenis, lit. rom., 
30 leaves, without marks [Hain 8, Pellechet 7, Proctor 
6775], [colophon] Padue, Anno Domini m.cccc.lxxiii. — 
Tractatus Magistri Arnaldi de Villa Nova de Arte cog- 
noscendi Venena, lit. rom. (ut supra), 18 leaves, without 
marks [Pellechet 1305, Proctor 6775], Absque nota {ut 
supra), in i vol., old cf., from the Fountaine sale, 1902, 
sm. 4to. (1868), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £15 los. 

Bagwell (R.) Ireland under the Tudors, 3 vol., hf. cf. gt., 
1885-90 — O'Curry (E.) Lectures on Ancient Irish His- 
tory, hf. cf., m.e., Dublin, 1861, together 3 vol., 8vo. (13),. 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Neale, £2. 12s. 

Bahr (A. W.) Old Chinese Porcelain and Works of Art in 
China, front, and 120 plates, 12 in col., orig. cl., uncut, 
t.e.g., 1911, roy. 8vo. (2), Dec. 4, Sotheby Russell, £1 2S. 

Baines (T.) The Victoria Falls, Zambesi River, col. title and 
10 col. plates, hf. mor., 1865, imp. folio (970), Dec. 4^ 
Sotheby Last, £2 5s. 

Baker (G.) History and Antiquities of the County of North- 
ampton, plates and pedigrees, 2 vol., hf. mor. gt., g.e. 
(stained), 1822-41, folio (1028), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Alar con, £6 6s. 
[£5, hf. cf., one title defective, Feb. 20, Sotheby, Lot 67.] 

Baker (H. C.) Illustrations of Conifers, plates, 3 vol., new hf. 
mor., t.e.g., Hertford, privately printed, 1909-13, 4to. (77), 
July 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £j 

Baker (Sir R.) Meditations and Disquisitions upon the Peni- 
tentiall Psalmes, first ed., old cf., 1639, 4to. (418), Jan. 22, 
Sotheby Harmsworth, £1 

Balbus de Janua (Joannes de). Catholicon, lit. got^., 372 
leaves (two blanks wanting), without marks [Hain *225i. 
Proctor 246, Pellechet 1699], rubricated, painted capitals, 
mor., covered with bUnd stamped antique ornaments, 
g.e., by Riviere, from the Lakelands and Morris libraries 
(Lakelands, ;^ii, in 1891 ; Morris, £1^, in 1898), Absque 
ulla nota [Argentinae, " IC " printer, 147 — ], large folio 
(1869), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £y> 

Baldwin (T.) Airopaidia, containing the Narrative of a Bal- 
loon Excursion from Chester, 8th Sept., 1785, folding 
plates, hf. cf. (broken), Chester, 1786, 8vo. (95), Nov. 13, 
Puttick Rimell, £1 2s. 6d. 

Ballad Society. Publications. Roxburghe Ballads, 9 vol. in 
27 (wanting Part 24), in parts as issued, Hertford, 1869- 
1899^— Bagford Ballads, 4 parts, ib., 1876-8, etc., 8vo. 
(694), Jan. 22, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £5 

Baltimore (F. Calvert, Lord). Coelestes et Inferi, ed. de luxe, 
with 21 plates (2 inlaid), also vignettes in the text, con- 
temp. Venetian cf. (worn), gold tooled, g.e., a copy pre- 
sented to the Earl of Shelburne, with an A.L.s., i page, 

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4to., of the author, June 2, 1771, to the same, inserted, 
Venetiis, typis C. Palese, 1771, 4to. (249), Nov. 13, Puttick 

Pearson, £<) los. 

Balzac (H, de). Works, ed. de luxe, ed. by Geo. Saintsbury, 
plates in two states, one set on Japanese paper, the other 
in sepia, 40 vol., three-quarter mor. gt., t.e.g., uncut, 
J. M. Dent & Co., 1896, 8vo. (31), March 6, American Art 
Association $152 

[$92-50, 40 vol., small Svo., three-quarter mor. gt., 
t.e.g., Library ed., plates on Japan paper, same sale. Lot 
32 ; $26, 40 vol., 8vo., buckram, t.e.g., illustrated Library 
ed., plates on Japanese veil, paper, J. M. Dent, 1897, etc., 
March 5, American Art Association, Lot 281.] 

Bamberg. Bambergische Halszgerichts Ordniing, Qotf)ic letter, 
29 lines to a page, 13 full-page cuts and 10 others (three- 
quarter page), prel. 8-i-ff. iii.-lxxx., mor. ex., g.e., by F. 
Bedford (from the Huth collection, ;^i35, in 1911), Und 
ist die also auss vnserm beuelhe, jn vnser Stat Bamberg, 
durch vnsern Burger, Hannsen Pfeyll daselbst gedruckt, 
1507, sm. folio (55), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, ^104 

Bamberg. Bambergische Halszgerichts Ordniing, Ut- QOti)-, 
magna et parva, 52 leaves [Proctor ii. 9851], large cut of 
torture instruments on title repeated on 23 4 and 20 other 
German woodcuts, new bds., [colophon] Gedrucht zii 
Mentz durch Johannem Schdffer auff Symonis un Jude im 
Jar do men zalt nach gehurt Cristi funffzehenhundert un 
acht Jare [with shields in black), 1508, sm. folio (1871), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £^2 

Bamberg. Die Weysung vnnd auszruffung des Hochwirdigen 
heylthumbs zu Bamburg, Qottltc letter, woodcut on title 
and on the reverse, numerous other smaller cuts of relics, 
etc. (134 subjects), a-c8 = 24 leaves, unnumbered, last 
page blank, mor. ex., by W. Pratt (from the Huth col- 
lection, ;^8o, in 191 1), [s.l. et typ., Bamberg, Joh. Pfeil], 
1509, sm. 4to. (54), Dec. 10, Christie Maggs, £s^ 

Bandello (Matteo). Canti XL, composti dal Bandello de le 
lodi S. Lucretia Gonzaga di Gazuolo, e del vero amare, 
col tempio di pudicitia, etc., ed. orig., mor. gt., g.e., by 
Clarke and Bedford, Si stampanano in Guienna ne la 
Citta di Agen de Antonio Reboglio, 1545, 8vo. (341), Dec. 
17, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £\2 los. 

Bandello (Matteo). Le Novelle (prima, seconda et la terza 
parte), 3 vol., Lucca, per il Btisdrago, 1554 — La quarta 
parte, inlaid, Lione appresso Alessandro Marsilij {et d la 
feu), Stampato in Hone per Pietro Roussino, 1573, uniform 
mor. gt., g.e., 1554-73, 4to. (340), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Davis 6- Orioli, ^25 los. 

Bandello (Matteo). Le Novelle, prima (seconda et la terza 
parte), engraved titles (the first inlaid), 3 vol., Lucca, per il 
Busdrago, 1554 — La quarta parte, Lione, appresso Ales- 
sandro Marsilii, 1573, together 4 vol., mor. ex., by Cap6 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bar 

(portion of title in fac. and some of the earlier leaves re- 

J)aired), 4to. and 8vo. (48), June 10, Sotheby Dohell, ;^i8 
ello (Matteo). Novels, trans, by John Payne, limited 
ed., 6 vol., veil., uncut, t.e.g., Printed for the Villon Society, 
1890, 8vo. (291), Nov. 5, Sotheby Hill, £-] 15s. 

Banister (J no.) Compendious Chyrurgerie, gathered & trans, 
(especially) out of Wecker, title written on, orig, cf.. 
Imprinted by John Windet for John Harrison the Elder, 
1585, sm. 8vo. (1872), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quar itch, £11 los. 

Bankes (G.) Story of Corfe Castle, plates, extra illustrated 
with 68 additional ports, and plates, hf. mor., g.e., 1853, 
4to. (421), Dec. 12, Hodgson Commin, £1 7s. 

Bankes (J no.) The Rival Kings, a Tragedy, 1677 — Destruc- 
tion of Troy, 1679 — Vertue Betray 'd, or Anna Bullen, 
1692 — The Island Queens, or the Death of Mary Queen 
of Scotland, 1684 — The Unhappy Favourite, or the Earl 
of Essex, 1693 — The Innocent Usurper, or the Death of 
Lady Jane Grey, 1694, and others by the same author, in 
I vol., hf. cf., 1677-1704, 8vo. (292), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Dobell,£^ 15s. 

Bannatyne Club Publications, 128 vol. 4to., 12 vol. 8vo. and 
4 unbound vol. of Teulet, French State Papers, together 
144 vol., all in club bds. and cl., Edinb., 1831-1867, 8vo. 
and 4to. (438), May 14, Sotheby Chester, ;^io5 

[Nearly complete set, wanting only the following nos., 
according to the Club catalogue : 2-14 (No. i. is the second 
ed.), 16, 43, 67, 88, 95, 98 and 100. Part i., Vol. vi. of 
Knox's work is also wanting.] 

Barbadoes. Memoirs of the First Settlement of the Island of 
Barbados and other the Caribbee Islands, cf. (rebacked, 
name and stamp on title), 1743, 8vo. (630), Jan. 22, 
Sotheby James, £1 i6s. 

Barbadoes.' Short History of Barbados from its First Dis- 
covery and Settlement to the end oi the Year 1767, hf. 
cf., 1768 — Another edition, cf., 1768, together 2 vol., 
8vo. (632), Jan. 22, Sotheby Walrond, £2 3s. 

Barbadoes. See also Caribbeana, Foster (N.), Ligon (R.) 

Barber (Mrs. M.) Some Drawings of x\ncient Embroidery, 30 
col. plates, orig. cl. gt., 1880, folio (289), June 17, Sotheby 

Triislove, £1 los. 

Barberiis (PhiUppus de). [Opuscula] Discordantias nonnuUas 
inter SS. Hieronymum et Augustinum ; XII. Sibillarum 
Vaticinia ; Carmina Probae Centonae, etc., ed. prima, lit. 
rom., long lines, 68 leaves, without marks, the first leaf 
containing the list of contents wanting [Hain 2453 (66 
leaves only), Proctor 3954], woodcut border to first page, 
large scroll initials and 13 full-page woodcut figures of 
Sibyls, etc. (soiled), new mor., g.e. [Romae, Sixtus Ries- 
singer de Argent, {cum Georgio Herolt), with Riessinger's 
device and initials S. R. D. A., c. 1475], sm. 4to. (1877), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^io los. 

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Barberiis (Philippus de). [Opuscula ; cum Praefatione Jo. 
Philippi de Lignamine. Discordantiae SS. Hieronymi et 
Augustini, etc.], lit. rom., 82 leaves, without marks 
[Hain 2455, Proctor 3961], 29 outline woodcuts (some 
leaves stained and a few headlines cut into), hf. bd., 
[colophon] Impssum Ro. An. dhi. mcccclxxxi, . . die 
prima mensis Decemhris [Romae, Philippus de Lignamine, 
1481], sm. 4to. (1876), Nov. 22, Sotheby Tregaskis, £id) 

Barberino (Fran.) Documenti d'Amore con Vita, port, and 
plates, veil., Roma, 1640, 4to. (342), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £1 8s. 

Barbier (A. A.) Dictionnaire des Ouvrages Anonymes et 
Pseudonymes, troisieme ed. — Les Litteraires Devoilees 
par J. M. Querard, together 7 vol., hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g., 
Paris, 1869-79, roy. 8vo. (673), May 14, Sotheby 

Bumpus, £^ 5s. 

Barclay (J no.) Argenis, trans, by Kingesmill Long, first ed., 
orig. cf., signature on title, G. P. for Henrv Seile, 1625, 
sm. folio (49), June 10, Sotheby Dohell, £^ los. 

Barclay (Jno.) Argenis, cum clave, plates, old mor. gt., with 
a cardinal's coat-of-arms, g.e., Noribergce, n.d., 8vo. (343), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Parsons, £2 8s. 

Baret (Michael). An Hipponomie, or the Vineyard of Horse- 
manship, 3 separate titles, signatures continuous (hole in 
s 6, some margins stained), old cf., George Eld, 1618, 4to. 
(50), June 10, Sotheby Edwards, £4. 5s. 

[Bargagli (Gir.)] Dialoghi de' Givochi che nelle Veghia Sanesi 
si Usano di Fare, italic letter, con temp, mor., arms of 
Henri HI. of France and Poland, surrounded by his 
monogram, repeated four times, in the corners are palm 
leaf sprays, etc., all stamped in blind (? Clovis Eve), 
Venetia, 1575, 8vo. (51), June 10, Sotheby Tregaskis, £2.2 

{Barham (R. H.)] Ingoldsby Legends, first ed., the three 

series, illustrations by Cruikshank and Leech, 3 vol., mor. 

ex., g.e., Bentley, 1840-2-7 (2286), April 22, Christie, 

presented by Lady Lubbock ^36 

[;^24, mor. ex., uncut, May 14, Sotheby, Lot 663.] 

Barham (R. H.) Ingoldsby Legends, first ed. (Vol. i. First 
Issue), plates by Leech, Buss and Cruikshank, 3 vol., 
hf. cf., R. Bentley, 1840-2-7, 8vo. (265), Dec. 19, Hodgson 

Spencer, £^ 

Barham (R. H.) Ingoldsby Legends, plates by G. Cruikshank, 
Leech, and others, 3 vol. (first eds. of Vol. ii. and iii.), 
orig. cl., uncut, 1843-7, 8vo. (62), Oct. 24, Hodgson 

Maggs,£2, 3S. 

Barham (R. H.) Ingoldsby Legends, illustrations by Leech, 
Cruikshank, etc., 2 vol., mor. gt., g.e., 1870, 8vo. (112), 
Nov. 5, Sotheby Maggs, £1 13s. 

Barham (R. H.) Ingoldsby Legends, illustrations, 3 vol., hf. 
mor. gt,, t.e.g., 1894, 8vo. (582), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Ford, £7, I OS. 

Baring-Gould (S.) Iceland, its Scenes and Sagas, first ed., 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bar 

col. front., map and illustrations, hf. mor. gt., g.e., by 
Zaehnsdorf, 1863, imp. Svo. (h^). ^^c. 17, Sotheby 

Maggs.£i 7s. 

Barker (M. H.) Greenwich Hospital, 12 col. plates by G. 
Cruik.shank, hf. mor., g.t., fine copy, 1826, 4to. (2962), 
Feb. 25. Sotheby Giles, £6 8s. 

Barker (Thos.) Country-mans Recreation, or the Art of 
Planting, Graffing (sic) and Gardening, woodcuts (a few 
leaves wormed), cf. ex., r.e., B. A hop for M. Young, 1640, 
sm. 4to. (97), July 22, Sotheby Thorp, £-^ i8s. 

Barlow (Joel). Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of 
David, corrected and enlarged, to which is added a Collec- 
tion of Hymns, orig. blue wrappers (stained throughout, 
three leaves torn, small hole in several leaves), in case, 
Hartford [Connecticut'], Printed by Barlow and Babcock, 
1785, 8vo. (28), Dec. 17, Sotheby Messiter, £2 15s. 

Barlowe (W.) Magneticall Aduertisements, diagrams (a few 
leaves soiled), 16 16 — Martin (John). Animal Magnetism 
examined, port, of the author inserted, 1790, together 2 
vol. in I, hf. cf., 1616-1790, 4to. (457), June 17, Sotheby 

Pickering, £11 los. 

Barnes (Rob.) Supplication of doctour Barnes unto the 
moost gracyous Kynge Henrye the eyght, first ed., black 
letter, title within woodcut border (some margins wormed), 
hf. cf.. Imprinted . . in Poules Churchyard at the signe of 
S. Augustyne by Hugh Singleton, n.d., cr. 8vo. (1878), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Ellis, £6 

Barratt (T. J.) Annals of Hampstead, ports., plates (plain 
and col.), illustrations, maps, etc., author's presentation 
copy, one of 550 signed copies, 3 vol., buckram gt., g.e., 
191 2, 4to. (984), April 8, Sotheby Leckie, £^ 5s. 

Barratt (T. J.) Annals of Hampstead, 550 copies signed, 

port., over 500 illustrations, 3 vol., orig. cl. gt., g.e., 191 2, 

4to. (155), July 29, Sotheby Edwards, £4. 12s. 

[Four other sets realised from £4 i6s. to £4 i8s. each, 

same sale. Lots 156-9.] 

Barrie (J. M.) Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, first ed., 
illustrated by Arthur Rackham, mor. ex., by Sangorski 
and Sutcliffe, 1906 (2346), April 22, Christie, presented by 
Messrs. Sangorski and Sutcliffe ^^28 

Barrie (J. M.) Quality Street, a Comedy, col. and other plates 
by Hugh Thomson, veil, gt., uncut, t.e.g. (with a holo- 
graph original verse (14 lines) by the author), 190 1 (2345), 
April 22, Christie, presented by Mr. W. S. Griffin ;^44 

[Barry (H.)] Observations on the Reverend Pastor of Rox- 
bury's Thanksgiving Discourse, pp. 8, Boston, printed and 
sold in the year mdcclxxv., reproduction of title in cata- 
logue (100), April II, American Art Association $57oO 

Bartholomeus Bologninus. Adolescens, lib. XV., \ix. got^., 
long Unes, 30 -to a full page, title heading on a 2 in red 
(39 leaves, aj ? a blank wanting, also e 2 and 7 cut into) 
[apparently not in Hain or Proctor], old veil., not subject 

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to return, Impressum Bononie p Johdnez Jaoobum de 
Fontanensis, 1492. 19. Aprilis, sm. 4to. (257), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Edwards, {.^ 7s. 

Bartholomeus de Chaimis. Interrogatonim sive Confessionale, 
O0tl)ic letter, 105 leaves [Hain-Copinger 2480] (wormed 
and stained), hf. cf. [Mediolani, C. Valdarfer, 1480], sm. 
4to. (380), Oct. 24, Hodgson £1 3s. 

Bartholomeus de Sancto Concordio Pisanus. Summa de Casi- 
bus Conscientiae, lit. rom., 248 leaves (2 blanks and a 
leaf of text in quire leaves wanting) [Pellechet 1889], 
rubricated, painted initials, modern cf., m.e. (repaired), 
Absque ulla nota [Albiae ? Joh. Neumeister, c. 1477], folio 
(1879), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £5 los. 

[Pellechet gives 358 leaves, but the Albi copy has only 
248, as this, counting the two blanks and leaf of text, 
which this wants to complete the number 248.] 

Bartholomew Faire or Variety of fancies where you may find, 
a faire of wares and all to please your mind, woodcut on 
title, 4 leaves, mor. ex., R. Harper, 1641, sm. 4to. (164), 
Dec. 6, Hodgson £g 

Bartolozzi (F.) Prints Engraved from Pictures by Guerino, 
LARGE PAPER, platcs in black, hf. cf., n.d. [1764], imp. 
folio (315), Dec. 6, Hodgson £^ 

Bartolus de Saxoferrato. Lectura super II. Parte Infortiati, 
lit. rom., double columns, 50 lines, 310 leaves, with 
signs, (wanting a j [? a blank or register] and a blank at 
end) [not in Hain, Proctor, Pellechet, etc.], large painted 
initials (3 leaves soiled), modern hf. mor., [colophon] 
Impressum p Johdne de Colonia et Johdne Manthen de 
Gherretzem, Venetiis mcccclxxv. die ix. Marti (1475), 
large foho (1884), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £2.0 

[Originally Cardinal Morton's copy, with his arms and 
rebus painted at head of first page. With the stamp of 
the Royal Society (Howard Bequest).] 

Bartolus de Saxoferrato. Lectura super tribus libris Codicis, 
lit. flOtt). parva, 86 leaves, including 2 blanks, with signs. 
[Hain *2558, Proctor 4112, Pellechet 1916], rubricated, 
painted initials and capitals, emblazoned coat-of-arms on 
first page, contemp. German (? Cologne) oak bds. and 
leather, with many small stamps, and legend " ^be ^aria 
^Irna," one clasp (binding worn, damaged and stained), 
text in fine state, [colophon] . . Venetiis f> Nicolauz Jenson, 
Gallicum Ipssa mcccclxxvii., large folio (1880), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £ig 

Bartsch (A.) Le Peintre Graveur, plates, 21 vol., cf. ex., g.e., 
Vienne, 1803-20, 8vo. (51), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £1^ 

Bartsch (A.) Le Peintre Graveur, 21 vol., and Supplement, 
together 22 vol., paper wrappers as issued, a made-up set 
from various eds., Paris, v.d., 8vo. (133), July 29, Sotheby 

Barnard, £8 15s. 

Basedow (J. B.) Manuel El^mentaire d'Education. See 
Chodowiecki (G.) 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bea 

Basile (G.) 11 Pentamerone, or The Tale of Tales, trans, by 
Sir Ricd. Burton, one of 165 copies, 2 vol., linen bds., 
uncut, 1893, roy. 8vo. (352), Dec. 17, Sotheby Hill, £^ 

Basilius Magnus (S.) De Institutis (et Disciplinis) Juvenum 
cum Prefatione I.. Aretini, lit. rom., long lines, 29 to a 
full page, 10 leaves, without marks [unmentioned by 
bibliographers], new cl. bds.. Absque iilla nota, [at ena] 
" Magni Basilii de Institutis; cS- disciplinis Juvenem 
Liber finit foeliciter " [Venetiis, Chr, Valdarfer, c. 147T-2], 
sm. 4to. (1886), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £\6 los. 

Baskerville (Jno.) A Specimen Broadside, giving examples 
of printing in 18 different types, double columns withn 
ornamental border (one corner defective), folio (179), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Tregaskis, £^ 

Bassani (Seignior). Harmonia Festiva, being the English 
Opera of Divine Mottetts, musical notation, cf. ex., g.e., 
by F. Bedford, n.d., folio (149), May 13, Sotheby 

Reeves, £1 12s. 

Bassantyne (Jas.) Astronomia, diagrams and plans, some 
with volvelles, orig. veil., Lugduni, J. Tornaegius, 1599, 
folio (164), Dec. 17, Sotheby Davis S^Onoli, £1 los. 

Bassi (P. A.) Le fatiche d'Ercole, 64 leaves, mor. ex., g.e., by 
Cap6, wanting the first leaf [Hain 2706, Proctor 5734], 
. . per me AugustinU CarneriH magstri {sic) Bernardi biblyo- 
pole filium diuo Hercule secundo regnante, 1475, folio (52), 
March 18, Christie Ellis, £^o 

Bataille (G.) Airs de Differents Autheurs, mis en Tablature de 
Luth, woodcut on each title, musical notation, 7 parts in 
I vol., mor. gt., doublures, silk end leaf, gt. on mottled 
edges, in case, by Lortic, Paris, 1612-22, 4to. (68), May 13, 
Sotheby Quaritch, ;^i8 

Bates (H. W.) Naturalist on the Amazons, plates, 2 vol., 
orig. cl., 1863, 8vo. (100), Feb. 20, Sotheby Marston, £1 2s. 

Baxter (J. P.) Sir Ferdinando Gorges and his Province of 
Maine, with Memoir, etc., plates, 3 vol. (limited to 250 
copies), hf. mor., t.e.g.. Printed for the Prince Society, 
Boston, 1890, sm. 4to. (524), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Stevens, Son (S- Stiles, £1 15s. 

Baxter (R.) Treatise of Self-Denyall, first ed., title and bor- 
ders ruled in red, mor. gt., g.e., sides inlaid, decorative 
gt. border, in the style of Meame, 1660, 4to. (307), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Pickering, £1^ 

Bayeux Tapestry (The), pub. by the Society of Antiquaries, 
17 large col. plates, 1819-23, oblong folio (406), Jan. 22, 
Sotheby ' Ellis, £2 8s. 

Bayeux Tapestry. See also Bruce (J. C.) 

Bayly (L.) Practice of Pietie, contemp. needlework binding, 
col. flowers and silver- thread work, on a cream back- 
ground, 1668^ 8vo. (147), March 19, Puttick Robson, £12 

Bealing (Richd.) Boadicea, or the British Queen, a Tragedy, 
MS., ornamented with 2 drawings and numerous pen 

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decorations, contemp. mor., g.e,, 1722, folio (630), July 29, 
Sotheby Pickering, £^ 4s. 

[An unpublished and apparently unknown tragedy. 
The manuscript is beautifully written, and there is added 
at end a veil, leaf, on which is drawn the genealogical tree 
of the author's family, signed " Tho. Harvey, Pinx., 
1730."] 

Beardsley (Aubrey). Book of Fifty Drawings, port., 1897 — 
Second Book of Fifty Drawings, 1,000 printed, port., 
1899, together 2 vol., orig. cl., uncut, 4to. (181), June 17, 
Sotheby S other an, £^ 

Beau Monde (Le), or Literary and Fashionable Magazine, 
from Nov. i, 1806 to Dec, 1808, numerous col. plates, 
engraved ports., woodcuts, etc., 4 vol., cf. (rebacked), 
1806-8, roy. 8vo. (132), Nov. 5, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 12s. 

Beaumont (A.) Travels from France to Italy through the 
Lepontine Alps, title with vignette in sepia, maps, proof 
plates in col. aquatint, mor. gt., g.e., S. Hamilton, 1800, 
folio (797), April 29, Sotheby Edwards, ;^ii 5s. 

Beaumont (A.) Travels from France to Italy through the 
Lepontine Alps, engraved titles, plates in bistre, old mor. 
gt., g.e., 1800, folio (25A), July 22, Sotheby 

Edwards, £2 8s. 

Beaumont (A.) Travels through the Maritime Alps, engraved 
title, maps and plates in col. aquatint, T. Bensley, 1795 — 
Select Views in the South of France, engraved title, plates 
in col. aqautint and other illustrations, ih., 1794, in i vol., 
mor. gt., g.e., folio (796), April 29, Sotheby Derby, ;^i8 

Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) [Works.] Comedies and 
Tragedies, first collected ed., port, of Fletcher (in the 
second state, with the name " Berkenhead " in small 
letters), old cf. (rebacked, margins of port, restored and 
one or two leaves mended). Printed for Humphrey Robin- 
son, 1647, folio (235), Dec. 17, Sotheby Halliday, £^ 5s. 

Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) [Works.] Comedies and 
Tragedies, first collected ed., engraved front., containing 
Fletcher's port, by Wm. Marshall, orig. cf., r.e., with 
dated ex-libris of George Finch of Valentines, Essex, 1707, 
Printed for Humphrey Robinson at the three Pidgeons, and 
for Humphrey Mosely at the Princes Armes in St. Pauls 
Church-yard, 1647, folio (1041), July 22, Sotheby 

Heffer, £37 

Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) [Works.] Fifty Comedies 
and Tragedies, port., name on title (a few leaves stained), 
of., r.e. (rebacked), 1679, folio (437), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Maggs, £5 15s. 

Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works, ed. by H. Weber, 
ports., 14 vol., hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g., Edinb., 1812, 8vo. 
(680), Oct. 23, Sotheby Edwards, £3 7s. 6d. 

[£4 15s., hf. cf. gt., t.e.g., Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 357.] 

Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works, ed. by Alex. Dyce, 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bec 

port., II vol., cf. gt., Moxon, 1843, Svo. (130), Nov. 5, 
Sotheby G. H. Brown, £^ 5s. 

Beaumont (Jos.) Psyche, or Love's Mysterie in xx. Canto's, 
first ed., orig. cf. (Huth copy, £5 in 191 1), John Dawson 
for George Boddington, 1648, sm. folio (1042), July 22, 
Sotheby Bailey, £z<^ 

Beauties of the Dutch School, selected from Pictures of ad- 
mired Landscape Painters, 14 plates, hf. russ., y.e., with 
6 col. aquatint views of Wales and 2 prints each of Hereford 
Cathedral and Carisbrook Castle inserted, 1793, oblong 
4to. (536), April 29, Sotheby Spencer, ^ 

Beaux and Belles of England, ed. de luxe, limited to 1,000 
copies, photogravure and etched ports, and plates and 
hand-col. fronts., 29 vol., mor., elaborately decorated in 
gt., t.e.g., uncut, London, Grolier Society, recent, Svo. 
(44), Dec. 3, American Art Association $60 

Beaux and Belles of England, imperial ed., ports, and illus- 
trations, some in col., 14 vol., three-quarter mor. gt., 
t.e.g., uncut, London, The Grolier Society, undated, Svo. 
(45), Dec. 3, American Art Association $15 

Beaux Arts Classics, illustrations in three states : India paper, 
Japanese vellum paper and colours, 10 vol., mor., elabor- 
ate decorations in gt., doublures, silk linings, t.e.g., repro- 
duction of binding in catalogue, Paris, Societe des Beaux 
Arts, n.d. (46), Dec. 3, American Art Association $210 

[Printed throughout on Japanese vellum paper ; limited 
to twenty copies.! 

[Beck (L.)] "Images de Saints. See Burgkmair (Hans) 

Beck (T. A.) History of the Abbey of Furness, plates and 
facs., one of the latter illuminated, hf. mor., t.e.g. 
(spotted), 1844, 4to. (871), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Greenwood, £2 6s. 

[Beckford (P.)] Thoughts on Hunting, first ed., front, by 

Bartolozzi and plans of kennels, hf. cf., Sarum, 1781, 4to. 

(251), Dec. 4, Sotheby Spencer, £\ 

[/13, mor. ex., title defective, Feb. 25, Sotheby, Lot 

2963.] 

Beckford (P.) Thoughts on Hunting, first illustrated ed., 20 
plates, cf., 1796, Svo. (550), Nov. 13, Puttick 

^^ggs> i'2. I2S. 6d. 

Beckford (P.) Thoughts on Hunting, large paper, front., 
engraved title and 9 proof plates, by Scott, hf. roan, 
uncut, Albion Press, 1810, roy. Svo. (2989), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Young, £^ 12s. 

Beckford (P.) Thoughts on Hunting, illustrations by G. D. 
Armour, one of 350 copies, mor., t.e.g., n.d. (1911), 4to. 
(202), Jan. 23, Puttick Murrav,£i 7s. 

[Beckford (Wm.)] [Vathek], an Arabian Tale, first (London) 
ed., orig. hf. binding, uncut, with the blank leaf at end, 
J. Johnson, 1786, Svo. (668), May 14, Sotheby 

Pickering, £6 

Beckford (Wm.) Vathek, ed. from the orig. French version 

XXXII. (65) 3 



bed] Book-Prices Current. 

by Stephane Mallarme, presentation copy, with auto, 
inscription from the editor to Richd. Garnett, veil., with 
ties, Paris, 1876 — Preface a Vathek, reprinted by the 
same, presentation copy from Mallarme to Madox Brown, 
paper covers, ib., 1876, together 2 vol., 8vo. (709), July 22, 
Sotheby Strachey, £-^ 

Beda (Ven.) Historia Ecclesiasticae gentis Anglorum libri V., 
mor. gt., sides divided into panels, floral ornaments at 
corners, centre ornament enclosing the initial R on lower 
cover E, g.e., Cantahvigiae, R. Daniel, 1643, folio (76), 
June 10, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £60 

[From the bindery of Little Gidding. Illustration in 
catalogue.] 

Beda (Ven.) De Temporibus, sive de sex aetatibus huius 
Seculi, old Itahan bds., the cover engraved on wood, 
consisting of renaissance ornament, with a figure and 
printed legend of " S. Maurelio " on upper cover and S. 
George sla^dng the dragon, with legend " Szorzi," on the 
under, in wrapper with ties, Venetiis, Jo. de Tridino, 
1509, sm. 4to. (1002), April 29, Sotheby Crawford, £1^ 

Beddoes (T. L.) The Improvisatore . . . with other Poems, a 
correction in the motto on title, probably in the author's 
hand, orig. bds., uncut (back missing and some lines of 
text scored), Oxford, 1821, 8vo. (189), July 17, Hodgson 

£^ 5S. 
[Suppressed by the author, £2 i8s., mor., g.e., July 23, 
1906, Sotheby, Lot 309. See also Book-Prices Current, 
xviii., No. 5611.] 

Bede (Cuthbert), pseud. See Bradley (E.) 

Bedford (A.) Serious Remonstrance in behalf of the Christian 
Religion against the Horrid Blasphemies used in the 
English Play-Houses (advertisements at end foxed), cf., 
1 7 19 — Dennis (J no.) The Usefulness of the Stage (foxed), 
1698 — The Stage Acquitted, being a full answer to Mr. 
Collier, 1699 — Filmer (E.) A Defence of Plays, in i vol., 
cf. — The Stage Condemn'd (some leaves foxed), old russ., 
1698, together 3 vol., 8vo. (832), April 8, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £5 15s. 

Bedos de Celles (D.) L'Art du Facteur d'Orgues [Description 
des Arts et des Metiers], 137 plates [text (in 4 parts) and 
plates bound separately], 2 vol., hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g., 
Paris de I'lmpr. de L. J. Delatour, 1766-78, roy. folio (473), 
March 25, Sotheby Barton, ;^io 

Beham (H. S.) Discs buchlin zey get an vnd lernet ein mas; 
Oder proporcion der Ross, got^ic letter, 16 pages of woodcut 
diagrams and designs of the proportions of the horse, 
mor., g.e. (from the Huth collection, £5^ in 1911), Ged- 
ruckt zu nurmberg. jm 1528 jar, sm. 4to. (59), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, ;^38 

[First ed. The author was suspected of having stolen 
the materials of this work from Diirer (see Thausing's 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bel 

Diirer, II., p. 311-12. Collation: a-[e]4 = 20 leaves, last 
blank, numbered in Arabic] 

Behmen (Jacob). Signatura Rerum. or The Signature of aU 
Things, hf. cf., 1651, 4to. (361), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Atkinson, £1 6s. 

Behn (A.) The Forc'd Marriage, or the Jealous Bridegroom, 
a Tragicomedy, first ed. (leaf defective), unbd., 1671, 
4to. (151), Dec. 17, Sotheby Dobell, /i is. 

Behn (A.) [Works.] Histories and Novels, published by C. 
Gildon, port, and plates, 2 vol., hf. cf., 1722, 8vo. (144), 
Nov. 5, Sotheby Dobell, £1 los. 

Behn (A.) [Worlcs.] Plays, port, by Cole, 4 vol., cf., 1724, 
8vo. (145), Nov. 5, Sotheby Quaritch, £2 i6s. 

Behn (A.) [Works.] Plays, Histories and Novels, with Life 

and Memoirs, port., 6 vol., cf. gt., g.e., by Mansell, 1871, 

8vo. (142), Nov. 5, Sotheby Heffer, £4 7s. 6d. 

[£2 15s., bds., uncut, Oct. 24, Hodgson, Lot 49 ; £^ 4s., 

cf. gt., t.e.g., Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 363.] 

Belcher (J.) and Macartney (M. E.) Later Renaissance Archi- 
tecture in England, 170 plates, 2 vol., hf, mor., t.e.g., 
B. T. Batsford, 1901, foho (120), July 29, Sotheby 

Hill, £s 7s. 6d. 
\£^ 5s., same state, Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 100.] 

Belinzone (Bernardo). Sonetti, Canzoni, Capitoli, etc., roman 
letter, port, of author on recto of a 4, mor. ex., g.e., by 
Bauzonnet-Trautz [Hain 2754, Proctor 6057], [colophon] 
Milano, per Maestro Philippo de Mantegazi dicto el Cassano 
. . . 1493, 4to. (56), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £t,6 

Bell (Jno.) Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry, plates, 
16 vol. in 8 (complete in 18 vol., 1789-90), polished cf., 
1789, etc., i2mo. (159), March 19, Puttick Maggs, £2 5s. 

Bell (T.) Kalogynomia, or the Laws of Female Beauty, 24 
plates, orig. bds., uncut, J. J. Stockdale, 1821, 8vo. (670), 
May 14, Sotheby Edwards, £1 12s. 

Bella Pertica (Petrus de). Repititiones XLVIII. cum ques- 
tione, lit. QOtl)., title written on, sides of contemp. French 
oak bds. and leather, the upper cover with four panels, 
with figures, within border of quatrefoils, the under cover 
with centre panel containing figure of the Emperor 
Charlemagne, with figures of his paladins, etc., and mark 
of the binder, I. G. (worn and rebacked), modern clasp 
figures fairly distinct [see Weale, No. 109 (with differ- 
ences)], [colophon] Apud Parrhisios Calcographus Jacobus 
Poticin primis Characteribus Jormavit sumptibus Galiotti 
Pratensis, 1515 {with device), 8vo. (1891), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £5 los. 

Bellai-Langei (Martin et Guil.) Memoires, &c., par I'Abbe 
Lambert, 7 vol., contemp. French mor. gt., g.e., Paris, 
1753. 8vo. '('182), Nov. 28, Hodgson Bain, £8 17s. 6d. 

Bellang^ (H.) Uniformes de I'Armee Fran9aise, 108 plates in 
col. hthograph, complete set of the first and best issue, 

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mor. gt., g.e., Paris, chez Gihaut freres, 1826, folio (798), 
April 29, Sotheby Piatt, £2<) 

Bellasis (G, H.) Views of Saint Helena, 6 col. aquatints by 
R. Havell, with letterpress, hf. mor., J. Tyler, 1815, 
oblong folio (799), April 29, Sotheby Edwards, £6 

Bellay (Joach. de). Les Regrets et autres (Euvres Poetiques, 
italic letter, mor. ex., g.e., by Cape, Paris, F. Morel, 1565, 
8vo. (58), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £1^ 

Belle Assemblee (La), ports, and col. plates, 17 vol., various, 
hf. cf., 1827, etc., 8vo. (556), Dec. 4, Sotheby Bumpus, £5 

Belleau (Remy). La Bergerie, device on title, mor. ex., g.e., 
by Fratelli, Paris, cJiez Gilles Gilles, 1572, i2mo. (61), 
March 18, Christie Maggs, £g los. 

Belleau (Remy). OEvvres Poetiques, italic letter, 2 vol. in i 
(second vol. entitled " Les Odes d'Anacreon "), mor. ex., 
g.e., by Lortic, Paris, Mamert Patisson, 1578, i2mo. (62), 
March 18, Christie * Edwards, £15 los. 

Belleau (Remy). GEuvres Poetiques, 2 vol. in i, mor. ex., 
elaborately tooled, silken fly-leaves, gt. gauffred edges, 
by Lortic, fine copy, in case, Paris, G. Gilles, 1585, i2mo. 
(60), March 18, Christie Edwards, £^4 

Bellianis of Greece. See Fernandez (Geron) 

Bembo (P.) Gli Asolani (with the dedication to Lucrezia 
Borgia), mor. gt., g.e., Impressi in Vinegia nelle case d' 
Aldo Romano, 1515, 8vo. (364), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Dohell, £1 I OS. 

Bennett (C. H.) Fables of ^sop and others, trans, into 
Human Nature, first ed., 22 col. illustrations, hf. mor. gt., 
t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, 1857, 4to. (366), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Young, £1 I OS. 

Bentivolus (Leo). Oratio habita in principio Studii Bonoii 
per ornatiss. ac prestantiss. Puck B Leone Betivolum, 
lit. rom., long lines, 25 to a full page, 8 leaves, with signs, 
[not in Hain, Proctor or Pellechet], modern hf. cf., Absque 
ulla nota [Italy, unknown place or printer, ? Bologna, c. 
1491-2], sm. 4to. (1894), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £5 15s. 

Bentley (Chas.) Twelve Views in the Interior of Guiana, 
letterpress by R. H. Schomburgh, 12 col lithos and 
woodcuts, " proof copy," mor. ex., g.e., presentation copy 
to Lord John Russell, with inscription, Ackermann, 1840, 
imp. folio (901), May 14, Sotheby Hill, £5 los. 

Bentley's Miscellany, plates, Vol. i. to xii., hf. cf. (Vol. xi. and 
xii. not uniform), 1837-42, 8vo. (383), May 23, Puttick 

Boys, £2 5s. 

Beowulf, Tale of. See Morris (W.) and Wyatt (A. J.) 

B^ranger (P. J. de). [Chansons.] Vignettes en Taille-Douce 
. . . pour les Chansons de B^ranger, vignette on title, port, 
and 82 plates by Tony Johannot, Isabey, Henri Monnier, 
H. Vernet, etc., contemp. hf. mor., Paris, Perrotin, 1829, 
8vo. (186), July 29, Sotheby Fletcher, £1 5s. 

B^ranger (P. J. de). GEuvres Completes, 53 plates after De 

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Lemud, Johannot and others, 2 vol., mor. ex., g.e., Paris, 
Parrotin, 1851-57, 8vo. (580), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Edwards, £2 4s. 

Beresford (Jas.) Miseries of Human Life, title with col. vig- 
nette and 16 col. plates, with letterpress, old cf. gt., W. 
Miller, 1807, oblong 4to. (40), June 10, Sotheby 

B. F. Stevens, £^ 12s. 6d. 

Bergomensis (J. P.) De Plurimis Claris Seeletisq^ (sic) Muh- 
eribus, ed. prima, lit. flOtf)., 4 prel. leaves and clxx. num- 
bered leaves [Hain *28i3, Proctor 5762], woodcut on 
reverse of title and one before the text, woodcut figures 
and initials, Ferrarie impressum opera S- impensa Laurentii 
de Ruheis de Valentia, 1497 — C. Julii Caesaris Commentaria 
de Bello Gallico et Civili, etc., lit. rom., long lines, 45 to 
a full page (134 leaves, the last blank), Impressum Venetiis 
sumptibiis dni Fontana, 1499, in i vol., contemp. oak bds. 
and stamped pigskin, clasps, sm. folio (860), July 31, 191 7, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £g^ 

Bergomensis (J. P.) Supplementum Cronicarum, \\i. Qot^. 
(2 types), 12 preliminary leaves [signs, a-b], first page of 
text numbered 5, with sign, a, then leaves numbered 
32-295, making in all 274 leaves (two blanks wanting), 
[Hain *28o7, Proctor 4868, Pellechet 2066], small woodcut 
views and floreate initials (a few leaves wormed), limp 
veil., Venetiis impressuz p Bernardinu de Benaliis, aho 
i486, die 15. decebris, sm. folio (1897), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^ 

Bergomensis (J. P.) Supplementum Chronicarum, lit. gotj-, 
woodcuts, MS. marginal notes in a contemp. hand, orig. 
oak bds. and pigskin [Hain 2809, Proctor 4692], [colophon] 
Impressum autem Venetiis, per magistrum Bernardinum 
ricium de Nouaria, 1492, folio (60), June 10, Sotheb}'^ 

Maggs, £g 

Bergomensis (J. P.) Supplementum Chronicarum, title with 
arms, roman letter, cuts of towns, etc., mor. ex., g.e., by 
Leighton (margins of first leaf repaired and slightly 
wormed), Impressum Opere &> impensa Georgii de Rus- 
conibus, 1506, sm. folio (65), March 18, Christie 

Edwards, £15 

Berken (J oh.) Vita sanctoru Geruasij et Prothasij cu ser- 
mone et translative Ad oppidum Brisach quorum ossa 
ibidem habentur, got^ic letter, title above a woodcut and 
coat-of-arms, ornamental initials [Proctor 9896], colla- 
tion : ab6=i2 leaves, unnumbered, cf., g.e., by F. Bed- 
ford (a few headlines shaved), Impressum Argetine p' J oh. 
Griiniger [sic], 1505, sm. 4to. (395), Dec. 10, Christie 

Sotheran, £^ 3s. 

Berlinghieri (Francesco). Geographia, orig. ed., double 
columns of 51 lines, maps, old English mor. ex., g.e., not 
subject to return (from the Pembroke collection, one leaf 
added since, ;^2i5 in 19 14), Impresso in firenze per Nicola 
Todescho & emendato con somma diligent ia dallo auctore 

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ber] Book-Prices Current. 

[Florence, Nic. Laurentii, c. 1,480], folio (66), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, ;^I95 

[;^iio, nev/ mor., wanting title and leaf of register, 
same sale, Lot 67 ; £^6, imperfect, same sale. Lot 68.] 
[Bernard,] Phrosine et Melidore, Poeme en quatre Chants, 
premiere ed., grand papier, 4 full-page plates, after Eisen, 
hf. mor., uncut, a Messine et trouve a Paris, chez Le Jay, 
1772, roy. 8vo. (674), May 14, Sotheby Bumpus, £^ 3s. 
Bernard (Geo.) Switzerland : Scenes and Incidents of Travel 
in the Bernese Oberland, col. lithographs, including title, 
orig. hf. mor., T, McLean, 1843, folio (800), April 29, 
Sotheby G. H. Brown, £^ 15s. 

Bemardinus (S.) Sermones de festiuitatibus virginis gloriose, 
90tf)ic tetter, painted initials, that on Ai in gold and 
colours, full-page col. woodcut (by Wolgemut) of S. 
Bemardin preaching, orig. oak bds. and leather, stamps 
and panel and the name " Bernhard " at top, clasps (re- 
backed), in case, Nuremberg, F. Creusner, 1493, sm. 4to. 
(60), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £10 

[Hain *2832, Proctor 2160. Collation: 6"^prel., a-m8, 
n6 (last blank) = 108 leaves, unnumbered. The first two 
sheets wrongly bound.] 
Bernardus (S.) De Concordantia Statuum Religiosorum qui 
pro tempore suo erant, lit- O^tf)., 56 leaves, with signs., in 
eights [Pellechet 2159 (52 leaves only)], veil., M. Morin's 
device on reverse oj last leaf, " Imprime a JRouen devant 
Sainct Lo," s.a. [1492-3], i2mo. (1901), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Stanford, £j 15s. 
Bernardus (S.) Espitole, modern mor. ex., by Lortic, Milan, 
Leonard Pachel, 1495, 4to. (488), April 29, Sotheby 

Hurst, £^ 
Bernardus (S.) Floretus . . . fiores ad gaudia paradisi, gottjtc 
letter, woodcut on title of S. Gregory, a-h6, 18 = 56 leaves, 
unnumbered, rubricated initials, bds. (partly uncut), 
[s.n., Coin, H. Quentell, not after 1491], sm. 4to. (62), 
Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £^ 

Bernardus (S.) Floretus . . . fiores ad gaudia paradisi, lit. 
flOt^., 51 leaves, woodcut on title (partly col.), " Cartusiae 
in Buxheim " in MS. and stamp of the Bibl. Buxheim on 
title, hf. mor. [Hain *29i4. Proctor 1418], s.l.a. et typ. 
[Cologne, H. Quentell, c. 1493]. 4to. (607), May 14, Sotheby 

Dohell, £2 

Bernardus (S.) Floretus . . . fiores ad gaudia paradisi, got^ic 

letter of two sizes, woodcut on title [Hain *29i7. Proctor 

1359], rubricated, hf. mor. (wants i leaf, cc6), Coloniae 

[H. Quentell, 1499], sm. 4to. (63), Dec. 10, Christie 

Tregaskis, £1 
Bernardus (S.) Meditationes, gotljtc letter [Hain *2883], 
painted initials [Basle, Joh. de Amorbach], 1492 — Tambaco 
(J oh. de). Consolatio Theologiae, first ed., flot^if letter, 
painted initials [Hain *i5237] [ih.], 1492 — Zutphania 
(Gerardus de). De reformatione virium animae, got^ic 

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letter, painted initials, col. cut of Adam and Eve [Hain 
♦16291] [ib.], 1492, together in i vol., orig. bds. and 
stamped leather (repaired), i2mo. (61), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quay itch, £5 

Berni (Fran9ois). Opere in Terza Rima, printed in italics, 
ruled in red, mor. gt., g.e. (Derome), fine copy, s. I., 1545. 
8vo. (369), Dec. 17, Sotheby Quaritch, £6 

[Beroalde (F.)] Le Moyen de Parvenir, front., 2 vol., mor. 
ex., inlaid, g.e., 100070073, i.e. 1773, 24mo, (153), Oct. 24, 
Hodgson £1 5s. 

Beroalde (F.) Le Moyen de Parvenir, vignettes, 2 vol., g.e., 
by Chatelain, Paris, L. Willen, 1880, 8vo. (675), May 14, 
Sotheby Hatchards, £'^ 

Beroalde (F.) Le Tableau des Riches Inventions, engraved 
title and woodcuts, old cf., Paris, 1600, 4to. (15), June 3, 
Sotheby Tregaskis, £6 5s. 

Beroaldus (Phil.) Declamatio de tribus fratribus, roman 
letter, 33 lines to a page, woodcuts of Virgin and Child 
and arms of Strassburg, collation : a8, b4, cd6, ef4, g8, 
h4 = 44 leaves, unnumbered, mor., g.e., Strassburg, Jo, 
Priiss, 1501, sm. 4to. (64), Dec. 10, Christie Maggs, £2 

Beroaldus (Phil.) Heptalogus sive Septem sapientium Grecie 
sententias prestantiores explicans, gotflic letter, 32 lines 
to a page, title with woodcut, hf. mor. (title and last leaf 
repaired, the corners of the others rubbed), a6, 604=14 
leaves, unnumbered, Deventer, A. Pafraed, 1517, sm. 4to. 
(65), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £1 5s. 

Berquin (Arnaud). Idylles, large paper, engraved title and 
24 plates by Marillier, proofs before numbers, 2 vol. in i, 
contemp. French cf. gt., g.e. [Paris] de I'Imprimerie de 
Quillau, 1773, 8vo. (63), June 10, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £2\ 

Berry (W.) Pedigrees of the Families in the County of Kent, 
woodcut arms, 2 vol., orig. bds., uncut, 1830, folio (1025), 
Feb. 20, Sotheby Edwards, £$ 7s. 

Bertelli (P.) Diversarum Nationum Habitus, 91 engravings 
of the people of Italy, one col. by hand, also 3 plates at 
end, cf., Patavii, 1594, sm. 4to. (266), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Rimell, £5 5s. 

Bertholdus. Horologium Devotionis, gotljic letter [Hain 
♦2990), 36 woodcuts (col.), painted initials [s.n., Basle, 
J. de Amorbach, c. 1490] — [Christus.] De Vita et Bene- 
ficiis Salvatoris, got^ic letter, painted initials [Hain * 10992] 
[ib.], c. 1490 — Zutphania (Gerardus de). De spiritualibus 
ascensionibus, flotllic letter, painted initials [Hain * 16296] 
[ib.], c. 1490, together in i vol., cf., i2mo (66), Dec. 10, 
Christie Edwards, ;^io 

Bethencourt (F. F. de). Historia Geneal6gica y Heraldica de 
la Monarquia Espanola, illustrations, 9 vol., paper wrap- 
pers as issued, Madrid, 1897-1912, 4to. (66), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby - Quaritch, £3 8s. 

Betterton (Thos.) History of the EngHsh Stage, first ed., 
ports., cf., 1741, 8vo. (172), Nov. 5, Sotheby Dobell, £2 

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bet] Book-Prices Current. 

Betterton (Thos.) Life, with the Amorous Widow, or the 
Wanton Wife, a Comedy, port., cf., 1710, 8vo. (171), 
Nov. 5, Sotheby Quaritch, £2 los. 

Bettini (Ant.) Monte Sancto di Dio, roman letter, two full- 
page and one half-page engravings by Baldini, after 
Botticelli (first two leaves have wormholes and are torn 
and mended, the second large woodcut cut into), mor. 
ex., g.e. [Hain-Copinger, 1276, Proctor 61 14], Florentie, 
per Nicolo di Lorenzo della magna, 1477, sm. folio (64), 
June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^ioo 

Beufues Danthonne nouuellement imprime a Paris, lettres 
batardes, woodcut on title, with another on reverse, 
ornamental initials and full-page cut on last leaf, mor. 
ex., t.e.g. (2 leaves shorter and from another copy), colla- 
tion A-T 6, v 8, Cyfinist .... iinprime a Paris par Michel 
le Noir . . . . le huytiesme iour doctobre, 1502, sm. folio (75), 
March 18, Christie Quaritch, £50 

Beverlev School. The Prologue, Interludes and Epilogue to 
the Heauton-timoronmenos of Terence, acted by the 
Young Gentlemen of Beverley School, at Christmas, 1756 
[in verse], unbd., Hull, Printed and Sold by G. and J. 
Ferraby, 1757, folio (176), Dec. 17, Sotheby Pickering, 17s. 

Bewick (T.) Fables of ^Esop and others, first ed., imperial 

paper, thumb-mark receipt, mor. ex., by F. Bedford, 

Newcastle, S. Hodgson, 1822, imp. 8vo. (993), April 29, 

Sotheby Spencer, £$ los. 

[£5 5s.. orig. cf., imp. 8vo., May 14, Sotheby, Lot 679.J 

Bewick (T.) General History of Quadrupeds, large paper, 
woodcuts, mor., g.e., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1807, 8vo. (254), 
Dec. 19, Hodgson Woore, £1 2s. 

Bewick (T.) General History of Quadrupeds, 224 woodcuts 
taken on separate leaves, all picked impressions, hf. mor., 
Newcastle, E. Walker, 181 8, 4to. (967), April 29, Sotheby 

Wallace, £22 
[Presentation set from Bewick to his son, with book- 
plate containing the inscription, " Gift from Thomas 
Bewick to his Son Robert Eliot Bewick, Sept. 10, 18 18," 
with the latter's signature.] 

Bewick (T.) General History of Quadrupeds, eighth ed.,. 
royal paper, woodcuts, orig. cl., uncut, Newcastle, 1824, 
roy. 8vo. (960), April 29, Sotheby Baxter, £^ 

Bewick (T.) History of British (Land and Water) Birds,, 
first ed., imperial paper, woodcuts, 2 vol., cf., Newcastle, 
1797-1804, 8vo. (1214), Dec. 4, Sotheby Sawyer, £5 5s. 

Bewick (T.) History of British (Land and Water) Birds,, 
first issue of first ed., 2 vol., mor. gt., t.e.g., Newcastle, 
1 797-1804, roy. Svo. (2992), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Hopkins, £8 15s. 

Bewick (T.) History of British [Land and Water] Birds, first 
ed., woodcuts, figures and vignettes, 2 vol., orig. bds.,. 

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rir-T ■'o-'r '^'^ A »T^ . Tr»T« [bib 

uncut, fine copy, Newcastle, 1797- 1804, imp. 8vo. (677), 
May 14, Sotheby Hopkins, £$ 5s. 

[^4 I2S., hf. cf., royal Svo., same sale, Lot 676.] 

Bewick (T.) History of British (Land and Water) Birds, 
first ed., with the two Supplements, imperial paper, 
woodcuts and vignettes in the earliest state, 2 vol., hf. 
mor., uncut, t.e.g,, fine copy, Newcastle, S. Hodgson Jot 
Beilhy 6- Bewick, 1797- 1804-21, imp. 8vo. (742), April 29, 
Sotheby Edwards, ^5 los. 

Bewick (T.) History of British (Land and Water) Birds, 232 
woodcuts and 2 orig. advertisements, mounted, with pro- 
tecting windows, bound in 2 vol. (no titles), hf. mor. 
[Newcastle, 1800], roy. 4to. (973), April 29, Sotheby 

Best, £25 
[Bewick's own copy, kept to show to intending pur- 
chasers and pressmen. The cuts of the Land Birds were 
first printed separately in 1800, but the Water Birds much 
later. These two volumes therefore contain the earliest 
impressions of the cuts to both the parts.] 

Bewick (T.) History of British (Land and Water) Birds, 
woodcuts, 2 vol., cf. ex., g.e., Newcastle, E. Walker, 1804, 
demy 8vo. (29), July 22, Sotheby Pickard, £^ 3s. 

Bewick (T.) New Lottery Book of Birds and Beasts for 
Children to learn their letters, woodcuts, orig. fancy bds., 
Newcastle, 1771 (95), Feb. 20, Sotheby Maggs, £2 2s. 

Bewick (T.) Select Fables, first ed., imperial paper, ports, 
and woodcuts, numerous small woodcuts pasted on the 
text and copperplate " Button " engravings inserted, cf. 
ex., Newcastle, 1820, imp. 8vo. (994), April 29, Sotheby 

Maggs, /3 

Bewick (T.) The Sportsman's Friend ; or. The Farmer's Foot- 
man, 3 engravings by Thomas Bewick, uncut and un- 
opened, orig. blue covers, Newcastle, E. Walker (1801), 
8vo. (185), Dec. 17, Sotheby Slocock, 15s. 

[£5 I2S. 6d., uncut, March 21, 1905, Sotheby, Lot 277.] 

Bewick (T.) Works (Select Fables, History of Birds, 2 vol. ; 
Fables of ^Esop, History of Quadrupeds), together 5 vol., 
port, and woodcuts, mor. ex., g.e., by Hayday, Newcastle, 
printed for Emerson Charnley, 1822, demy 8vo. (65), June 
10, Sotheby Edwards, £8 15s. 

Bewick (T.) Works, Memorial ed., reproductions, 5 vol., hf. 
mor. gt., t.e.g., 1885-7, i^^P- 8vo. (583), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Jameson, £2 5s. 

Bible, The Holy. The Byble which is all the holy Scripture ; 
In whych are contayned, the Olde and Newe Testament 
truly and purely translated into Englysh by Thomas 
Matthew, blocfe letter, full-page cut of Adam and Eve 
before Gen^esis and woodcuts in the text, old russ. gt., 
g.e. (Roger Payne), [colophon] The ende of the Newe 
Testament and of the whole Byble. ^ To the honoure and 
Prayse of God was this Byble prynted and fynesshed in the 

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Yere of Oure horde God a MDXXXVII., folio (464), 
March 25, Sotheby Quaritch, £10^ 

[Perfect copy, except that the first title and the colo- 
phon are inlaid and a few minor defects repaired. For- 
merly owned by Lea Wilson and the Earl of Ashburnham.] 

Bible. The Holy, first ed. of the " Great Bible," blarft letter, 
mor., g.e., by Riviere, Prynted by Ry chard Grafton and 
Edward Whitchurch. Cum privilegio ad imprimendum 
solum, 1539, folio (465), March 25, Sotheby Tregaskis, £2.0 

Bible, The Holy, first ed. of Cranmer's version, blacfe letter, 
orig. stamped leather over wooden bds., with bosses and 
clasps, title and 4 prelim, leaves in fac, £. Whitchurch, 
April, 1540, foho (175), Jan. 23, Puttick Gregory, £1^ 

Bible, The Holy, Cranmer's version, blarlt letter, russ. gt., title 

and 9 leaves in fac, E. Whitchurch, Nov., 1541, foUo (177), 

Jan. 23, Puttick Gregory, £g 5s. 

[/lo I OS., mor., g.e., title and 3 leaves in fac, same sale. 

Lot 176.] 

Bible, The Holy. The " Great Bible," blarft letter, old cf., 
Imprynted . . in fiete-strete at the Signe of the Sunne, over 
against the Conduyte by Edwarde Whitchurche XXIX. Dec. 
MDXLIX., folio (466), March 25, Sotheby Tregaskis, £15 

Bible, The Holy, Mathewe's version, ed. by Taverner and 
Becke, " Bugges " reading in Psalm 91, v. 5, blorft letter, 
woodcut titles (the first inlaid), 4 leaves remargined (a 
few age-stains), mor. ex., g.e., Jhon Daye, dwelling at 
Aldersgate, and William Seres dwelling in Peter Colledge, 
xvii. day of August, 1549, folio (159), Dec 17, Sotheby 

Messiter, ;^io 

[The Bible has five title-pages, 21 woodcuts, and before 

each Gospel a figure of the Evangelist, with his emblem ; 

only three other perfect copies are said (in the catalogue) 

to be recorded.] 

Bible, The Holy, Cranmer's version, bladfe letter, cf., title and 
last leaf in fac, other prelim, leaves wanting, John 
Cawoode, 1561, 4to. (167), Jan. 23, Puttick Eden, £10 los. 
[With the autograph of Queen EHzabeth (" Elizabeth 
Regina ") on the reverse of the last leaf of Apocrypha, 
authenticated by Francis Fry, 1878.] 

Bible, The Holy (in French). Bible (La), qui est Toute la 
Saincte Escriture : contenant le Vieil & le Nouveau Testa- 
ment, mor., tooled in antique style, inset is a gt. medalUon 
with the head of Henri II. or Charles IX. from an early 
binding, on the inside the leather bookplate of Ambrose 
Firmin Didot, Geneva, Fran9ois Estienne, 1567, 8vo. (487), 
April 29, Sotheby James, £^2. 

[This is the French Genevan version of Olivetan, as 
corrected by Calvin and others. It is printed in a minute 
Roman type and ornamented with several folding plates 
and a number of woodcuts.] 

Bible, The Holy, first ed. of the Bishop's Bible, blarft letter, 
maps, genealogies and numerous woodcuts in ornamental 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bib 

frames, historiated and ornamental initials, etc., engnved 
ports, of Q. Elizabeth, Dudley Earl of Leicester and Cecil 
Lord Burleigh, etc., mor. ex., g.e., by Hering, in cover. 
Imprinted . . in Powles Churchyarde by Richarde Jugge, 
Printer to the Queenes Maiestie (1568), folio (467), March 
25, Sotheby Tregaskis, £6^ 

[Perfect except that the title soiled by age has been 
strengthened and mended, and some minute defects in 
the text repaired.] 

Bible, The Holy, Bishops' Version, second folio ed., black 
letter, initials of classical subjects (Leda and the Swan, 
etc.), contemp. oak bds. and leather, with the name of 
the orig. owner stamped on covers, " Richard Heaton 
marchat taylor of Lodon, May viii., 1573," brass bosses 
and one clasp, modern mor. back (R. Jugge, 1572), large 
folio (339), May 14, Sotheby Fry, £6 

[Imperfect, wanting first and subordinate titles (except 
that of the N. T.) ; has 14 prel, leaves, beginning with 
the second leaf of preface on *iiii., some leaves mended ; 
3 leaves of Revelation only. (Darlow and Moule, No. 96).] 

Bible, The Holy, Bishops' Version, black letter, woodcuts in 
the text, orig. cf., metal bosses and clasp. Imprinted by 
the assignment of Christopher Barker, her Majesties printer, 
1578, folio (344), May 14, Sotheby Harrow, £4 5s. 

[Imperfect, margins of title and next 4 leaves frayed, 
some leaves torn across and mended, with the blank leaf 
following Calendar which Darlow and Moule queries. 
(Darlow and Moule, No. 116).] 

Bible, The Holy, Bishops' version, black letter, old cf. over 
wooden bds., the letterpress in the centre of the woodcut 
title in fac, wanted 3 prelim, leaves and last leaf in fac, 
Lucas Harrison, 1579, folio (178), Jan. 23, Puttick 

Gregory, £1 15s. 

Bible, The Holy, Bishops' version, old cf., title and 4 leaves in 
fac. Deputies of C. Barker, 1595 — Marbecke (J.) The 
Lyves of holy Sainctes, hf. cf., wanted last leaf, 1574, 
block letter, together 2 vol., 1595, folio (179), Jan. 23, 
Puttick Gregory, £1 3s. 

Bible, The Holy, Bishop's version, black letter, orig. oak bds., 
with gt. ornaments, orig. metal armorial corner-pieces, 
g.e. (rebacked). Imprinted by R. Barker, printer to the 
Queenes Most excellent Majestie, 1602, folio (468), March 
25, Sotheby Gregory, ;^io los. 

[From the Trentham Abbey Library of the Duke of 
Sutherland, with his arms as Earl of Stafford on upper 
cover.] 

Bible, The Holy, Bishops' Version, black letter, full-page cut of 
Adam and Eve before Genesis, woodcut initials, old cf., 
Robert Barker, 1602, folio (349), May 14, Sotheby 

-' Woodward, £^ 5s. 

[Title backed, some margins mended, a leaf damaged, 

and some minor defects. (Darlow and Moule, No. 206) .j 

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Bible, The Holy, Genevan or " Breeches " Version [Tomson's 
N. T.], with Apocrypha and two tables, roman letter, 2 
woodcut titles and cuts in the O. T., orig. cf., arms of K. 
James I. (rebacked), plain edges, with the orig. blank 
marked A, in an ornament, R. Barker, 1610 {colophon 
161 1), sm. 4to. (1044), July 22, Sotheby Tregaskis, £5 5s. 

Bible, The Holy, King James's version, second issue ("She") 
of the first ed., hlack Utter, mor. ex., g.e., letterpress on 
the woodcut title in fac, margins of 3 end leaves repaired, 
1611, folio (184), Jan. 23, Puttick F. Edwards, £g 15s. 
[£28, mor., g.e., first title inlaid, last leaf in fac, March 
15, Sotheby, Lot 470.] 

Bible, The Holy, K. James' version, blarft letter, engraved title 
by C. Boel, woodcut title to N. T. and ornamental initials, 
old rough cf.. Imprinted . . . by Robert Barker, Printer to 
the King's Most Excellent Majestie, Anno Dom. 1611, folio 
(469), March 25, Sotheby Quaritch, £}(>o 

[First issue of the first ed. of the Authorized Version, 
with the " HE " reading in Ruth iii. 15. Perfect, except 
that the last leaf is in fac. by Francis Fry and some small 
defects repaired. There was more than one issue with the 
same date. This is believed to be the earliest. Some 
copies have been found with a printed title, besides the 
engraved one.] 

Bible, The Holy, King James's version, blacit letter, woodcut 
titles, initials and ornaments, mor., g.e., by Birdsall, 
R. Barker, 161 3, folio (471), March 25, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £2$ 
[The third folio ed. of the true 161 3 ed. of the Author- 
ised Version. Large copy, 17^x11 Jin. It has the 
" SHE " reading in Ruth iii. 15. Bound at the end is a 
modern MS. of 80 pages, signed " John Rogers," entitled 
" A Collation of the 161 3 Edition," etc.] 

Bible, The Holy, King James's version, second ed., blacft 
letter, old stamped leather over wooden bds. (rebacked), 
title and last leaf mounted, 1613, folio (185), Jan. 23, 
Puttick Murray, £1 2S. 6d. 

Bible, The Holy, King James's Version. The Third Part of 
the Bible, faithfully trans, out of the Ebrewe (some head 
hues shaved, last 2 leaves defective), 152 pp. of manuscript 
at the end (a copy of the Book of Psalmes in cryptogram), 
old tapestry binding, worked with gold and silver cord and 
upwards of 500 seed-pearls, R. Barker, 1614, 8vo. (612), 
May 14, Sotheby Tregaskis, £24 

[The date of the cover is about 1558 (or previous) ; it 
probably formed the binding of a Prayer Book belonging 
to Queen Elizabeth. The design is emblematic and con- 
sists of the Rose of England and the Royal Crown, etc. 
The MS. at the end is of interest, being written in crypto- 
gram, or some secret code, bearing a resemblance to 
modern shorthand.] 

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Bible, The Holy, King James's Version (with Speed's Genea- 
logies and Map of Canaan), roman letter, two titles bearing 
the royal arms, R. Barker, 1616 — Book of Common Prayer 
(woodcut title and next leaf inlaid), ib., 1616 — Psalmes in 
Meeter, with Apt Notes, Stationers' Co , 1624, in i vol., 
contemp. English mor. gt., sides covered with semis of 
gt. lleurs-de-lis and other ornaments [Darlow and Moule, 
No. 271], 1616-24, sm. folio (361), May 14, Sotheby 

Chester, £-^ t8^. 

Bible, The Holy, with the Book of Common Prayer, the 
Genealogies of J. Speed, and the Booke of Psalmes in 
English Meeter, by Sternhold and Hopkins (with the 
musical notation), blacfe letter, woodcut titles, contemp. 
English Lyonese cf., gt. corner and central ornaments, 
studded with a semis of gt. stars, initials S. B. on sides, 
gt. and gauffred edges, Norton and Bill, 1626-9, 4to. 
(1343), Oct. 23, Sotheby Quaritch, £^S 

Bible, The Holy, King James's version. Book of Common 
Prayer and Psalter, and Psalms in Metre, engraved title 
by John Payne (margin of title to Common Prayer mended) » 
Printed by Tho. and John Buck, Printers to the University 
of Cambridge, 1629, thick sm. folio (155), April 8, Sotheby 

Maggs, £12. los. 

[XVII. century English mor. gt., sides covered with 

semis of fieurs-de-lys, etc. Probably bound in Cambridge 

by the printers. Illustration of binding in catalogue. 

l^i 5s., old mor., g.e., Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 630.] 

Bible, The Holy, King James's version, engraved title (inlaid), 
Cambridge, T. Buck and R. Daniel, 1629 — Book of Common 
Prayer (corner of title mended), ib., T. and J. Buck, 1629 
— Whole Book of Psalms in Meeter, with Apt Notes, ib., 
in I vol., sm. folio (156), April 8, Sotheby Quaritch, l'Z\ 

[XVII. century English oak bds. and cf. gt. (Little 
Gidding Ferrars binding ?). In the cover is pasted an 
orig. inscription : " The gift of my Father, Sir Oliver 
Cromwell (the Protector's Uncle), to Eliza: Ferrers." 
From the Ashbumham Library, £2. 4s. in 1897.] 

Bible, The Holy, King James's Version (with Speed's Genea- 
logies), woodcut titles (soiled and stained, two or three 
leaves defective), imperfect copies of the Common Prayer 
and Metrical Psalms bound in, cf., R. Barker and assigns 
of John Bill, 1631, 8vo. (366), May 14, Sotheby Moule, £g 
[The " Wicked " Bible, so-called from the omission of 
the word " not " in the Seventh Commandment. [Darlow 
and Moule, No. 341).] 

Bible, The Holy, with the Psalms in meter by Sternhold and 
Hopkins, woodcut titles to each Testament, contemp. 
embroidered binding, decorated with blue, red and yellow 
roses, worked in gold and silver thread within, scroll 
compartmojits, g.e. and gauffred, 1638, 8vo. (1277), Oct. 
23, Sotheby Maggs. £^^ 

Bible, The Holy, King James's version, contemp. needlework 

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binding, on each side a female figure in col. silks on a blue 
silver-thread work shield, red silk background, 1639 (?), 
8vo. (332), Jan. 23, Puttick Lawrence, £^^ 

Bible, The Holy, Genevan Version (no Apocrypha), roman 
letter, old English mor. gt., g.e. [barlow and Moule, No. 
424], Amsterdam, printed for Thomas Stafford . . according 
to the copy printed at Edinburgh by A. Hart, 1640, sm. folio 
(375), May 14, Sotheby ' Dobell, £1 2s. 

Bible, The Holy — The Whole Book of Psalmes, 2 vol. in i, 
old mor. gt., with initials I. C, g.e., 1650- 1, 8vo. (155), 
Jan. 23, Puttick Qtiaritch, £^ 5s. 

Bible, The Holy, Field's pocket ed. of the Bible, woodcut title, 
with the four Evangelists below, mor. ex., double, gt. and 
gauffred edges (arms of Rev. Th. Williams on side), by 
C. Lewis, with his ticket. Printed by John Field, printer to 
the Parliament, 1653, i2mo. (466), April 29, Sotheby 

McLggS, £9 

Bible, The Holy. Field's Pocket Ed. of the Bible, 2 vol., old 
mor. ex., 1658 — Another Ed., engraved title, with note on 
fly-leaf as to this having been " the Pulpit Bible of the 
Red. George \^■hitefield, when he officiated at the Countess 
of Huntingdon's Chapel in Bath," contemp. mor. gt., 
metal corner pieces, g.e., J. W. Pasham, 1776, together 3 
vol., 1 658- 1 776, 48mo. (473), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Maggs, £1 1 28. 6d. 

Bible, The Holy, illustrated with Chorographical Sculps by J. 
Ogilby, engraved titles, 7 plates by Hollar (wanting 
Ogilby's plates, 3 plates defective), 2 vol., contemp. mor. 
gt., g.e., in Vol. i. is bound up the Book of Common 
Prayer, 1660, not subject to return, Cambridge, John 
Field, 1660, folio (1535), April 8, Sotheby Lewine, £-i 5s. 

Bible, The Holy, Old Testament trans, by W. Bedel, Bishop of 
Kilmore, printed in Irish characters, the first ed. of the 
Old Testament in Irish, old cf., London, 1685, 4to. (217), 
May 23, Puttick Quaritch, £-] 7s. 

Bible, The Holy, ruled in red, contemp. mor. gt., gauffred 
edges, C. Bill, etc., 1686, i2mo. (77), March 18, Christie 

Tregaskis, £22 

Bible, The Holy, red-ruled throughout, bound for WilUam and 
Mary, by Charles Meame, in mor., the royal monogram 
ensigned with crown introduced, in three varieties of size, 
nearly 50 times, on the sides cottage-roof panels, enclosing 
a diamond centre formed also by black stamp lacing, gt. 
decoration, the whole surrounded by a broad floreate 
border, g.e., in fine preservation (illustration in catalogue), 
Oxjord, 1688, folio (1033), Oct. 23, Sotheby Bumpus, £ij^ 

Bible, The Holy, i vol. in 2, contemp. English mor. gt., Har- 
leian style, g.e., C. Bill and Executrix of T. Newcomb, 1701, 
foiio (540), April 29, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £5 5s. 

Bible, The Holy, King James's Version [the "Vinegar" 
Bible], LARGE PAPER, front, by Du Bosc, vignettes by Van 
der Gucht and historiated initials, contemp. mor. gt., g.e., 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bib 

fine copy, Oxford, John Baskett, 171 7, imp. folio (903), 
May 14, Sotheby fiull,£^ 

[£i 13s., old English mor., " Cottage Roof " pattern, 
small paper, fine copy, same sale. Lot 407,] 

Bible, The Holy, contemp. Scottish mor., the sides covered 
with gold tooling of a fanfare design, gt. thistles, crowns, 
etc. on the back, Edinb., printed by John Mosman and 
William Brown, 1727, 8vo. (80), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Parsons, £4 12s. 6d. 

Bible, The Holy, King James's Version, roman letter, orig. 
Scotch mor. gt., g.e., in fine state [Darlow and Moule, No. 
761], Edinb., John Baskett and Company, 1726, 8vo. 
(413), May 14, Sotheby Dobell, £^ los. 

Bible, The Holy. The Bible in Miniature, engraved title and 
plates, mor. ex., inlaid ornament on sides (ifin. x i^in.),. 
W. Harris, St. Paul's Churchyard, 1774 (414), Dec. 19, 
Hodgson Edwards, £1 7s. 

Bible, The Holy. Macklin's Bible, plates and vignettes, 7 
vol., old English mor. gt., g.e.. Printed for Thomas Macklin 
by T. Bensley, 1800-16, folio (541), April 29, Sotheby 

Britnell, £6 6s. 

Bible, The Holy [printed by Order of K. William IV.], 2 vol., 
mor. gt., silk doublures, g.e., bound by Hering for George, 
Duke of Cambridge, with his ex-libris, Cambridge, J. W. 
Parker, 1827, roy 4to. (837), May 14, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £5 5s. 

Bible, The Holy. Jewish School and Family Bible, trans, by 

Dr. A. Benisch, 4 vol., mor. gt., g.e., 1852, 8vo. (545), 

Dec. 4, Sotheby Halliday, £16 los. 

[This copy was presented to Charles Dickens, and has 

an inscription, also Dickens' ex-libris and library ticket.] 

Bible, The Holy. The Souldiers Pocket Bible, Fry's fac. of 
the first ed. of 1643, one of a few copies on veil., in sheets, 
1862. 8vo. (147), Jan. 23, Puttick Maggs, i8s. 

Bible, The Holy. The Prophete Jonas, by William Tyndale 
and Coverdale's Version of Jonah, Fry's fac, one of a 
few copies on veil., mor., g.e., WiUis and Sotheran, 1863, 
roy. 8vo. (148), Jan. 23, Puttick Magqs, £1 4s. 

Bible, The Holy (in French). La Sainte Bible, traduction 
nouvelle selon la Vulgate par J.J. Bourasse et P. Janvier, 
illustrations by Gustave Dor6, 2 vol., mor. ex., g.e.. 
Tours, A. Mame et fils, 1866, folio (30), July 22, Sotheby 

Kilgour, £2. 15s. 

Bible, The Holy. The Enghsh Bible, 5 vol., veil., uncut. 
Doves Press, 1903-5, folio (670), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Maggs, £i^ 

Biblia Pauperum, fourth xylographic ed., 24 out of 40 leaves, 
each printed on one side of the paper, inlaid to folio size, 
mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd (illustration in catalogue) \s.n., 
Netherlands and Germany, c. 1460-70], folio (67), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, £-^50 

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Biblia Pauperum. Block Book of the Fifteenth Century, mor. 
ex., g.e., Absque nota, foho (69), June 10, Sotheby 

Watts, ;^400 
[Apparently the tenth of Schreibers' list. Complete 
with 40 leaves, printed on one side of the paper from 
wood-blocks. See illustration in catalogue.] 

Biblia Sacra, cum Prologis S. Hieronymi, \\t. gotE)., 2 vol., 
double columns, 461 leaves, the first blank, woodcut (or 
metal cut) ornamental initials, some containing heads, 
col. by a contemp. artist (some leaves wormed and a few 
blank lower margins repaired), orig. oak bds. and stamped 
pigskin, brass and leather clasps (one defective) [Hain 
3053, Proctor 7524], Absque nota {Basel, Bernhard Richel, 
c. 1475), folio (225), Dec. 17, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^ii 

Biblia Sacra, cum prologis S. Hieronymi, 51 double-column 
lines to a full page, gotijic letter, miniature of S. Jerome 
and an illuminated initial at each book, with painted 
terminals, rubricated, small initials in col., old cf., large 
copy, Nurnberg, A. Coburger, 1480, folio (174), Jan. 23, 
Puttick Edwards, £2^ 

Bibha Sacra, lit. QOtf)., double columns, orig. oak bds. covered 
stamped pigskin (rebacked), clasps (some leaves wormed, 
border on verso of third folio cut into), JJlm, Johann 
Zainer, 1480, folio (486), April 29, Sotheby Hurst, £7 

[Hain 3079, Pellechet 2306, Proctor 2522. Copinger 
erroneously gives the number of leaves as 441.] 

Biblia Sacra Germanica, the ninth ed. in German, gotf)ic letter, 
109 woodcuts, all with orig. col., that of the Creation in 
gold and colours, 3 illuminated initials, capitals painted, 
2 vol., oak bds. with stamped laether, metal bosses, in 
cases (William Morris's copy, ;^38 in 1898), Nuremberg, 
Ant. Koberger, 1483, folio (70), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £135 
[Hain *3i37. Proctor 2028. Collation : Vol. I., i.- 
ccxcv. -f- 3 blanks = 298 leaves. Vol. II., ccxcvi.-ccccclxxxiii. 
+ 2 blanks = 290 leaves.] 

Biblia Sacra, Gothic character, 538 unnumbered leaves (in- 
cluding the blanks i and 538, cut off in this copy), initials 
painted, rubricated throughout by a contemp. hand, 
bound in 2 vol., i8th century French cf. gt. (some leaves 
mended), [Hain-Copinger 3094, Copinger (Incunabula 
Biblica) 70, Pellechet 2321, Proctor 7571] [Basel, Johann 
of Amerbach], i486, sm. foho (46), March 6, American Art 
Association $62.50 

Biblia Sacra Germanica. De BibHe mit vlitigher achtinghe : 
recht na deme latine in dudesck auerghesettet, got^ic 
letter, nearly 100 woodcuts, hf. pigskin, red edges (a few 
margins mended), Lubeck, S. Arndes, 1494, folio (71), 
Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £^10 

[First Bible in Low German. Hain 3143, Proctor 2645. 
From the hbrary of William Morris (;^50 in 1898). CoUa- 

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tion: a6, b-z, z, c, a-e8, f-g6, h-i8, k-m6, n-o8, p-q6, 
R-z8, aa-008, pp-qq6 = 492 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Biblia Sacra cum summariis concordantiis divisionibus, lit. 
flOtl)., double columns, hf. mor., Lyons, F. Fradin and J. 
Pivart, 1497, 4to. (505), April 29, Sotheby Carr, £5 

Biblia Sacra, cuz Concordatiis Veteris et Novi Testamenti, 
etc., lit. flOtl)., double columns, title in red, with Giunta 
device, Italian woodcuts, many from the Mallermi Bible, 
floreate initials, etc. (a few leaves stained), limp veil., 
Venetiis, Lucantonius de Giunta, 151 1, sm. 4to. (1903), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £6 6s. 

[£9 9S-, mor. richly gt., May 13, Sotheb}^ Lot 69.] 

Biblia Sacra cum concordantiis, got^ic letter, woodcuts, con- 
temp, stamped pigskin, Liigd., J. Sacon, 1515, folio (235), 
March 19, Puttick Mann, £1 

[£^, hf. veil., July 17, 1901, Sotheby, Lot 113.] 

Biblia Sacra cum Concordantiis, lit. QOtl)., some initials painted, 
a page of six woodcuts before folio i, historiated woodcut 
initials, port, of Archbishop of Mayence inserted, old 
wooden bds. and stamped hogskin (dated 1557), Lugduni, 
J. Saccon, 1522, 8vo. (100), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Morton, £1 15s. 

Biblia Sacra, lit. flOtt)., double columns, cuts in text, modem 
mor. ex., by Gruel, Lyons, Johannes Grespin, 1529, folio 
(489), April 29, Sotheby Hurst, £5 

Biblia Sacra. Icones. Beham (H. S.) Biblicae Historiae, 
Artificiosissimis picturis effigiatae, woodcut border to 
title and 80 woodcuts, mor. ex., g.e. [Frankjort, C. Egen- 
plph, c. 1540], sm. 4to. (72), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £S 
[The cuts were first published in 1533 at Frankfort by 
G. Egenolph. Collation: a-K4 = 40 leaves, unnumbered, 
last page blank.] 

Biblia Sacra, Pentateuchus. Moses Latinus ex Hebraeo f actus, 
et in eundem Praefatio, & Annotationes per Sebastianum 
Castalionem, lit. ital., orig. veil, gt., centre ornament, 
g.e., ruled in red, Basileae ex off. Jo. Oporini, 1546, 8vo. 
(1909), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £5 los. 

Biblia Sacra. Icones. [Beham, Weiditz, etc.] Novi Testamenti 
Jesu Christi Historia efftgiata : Apocalypsis S. Joannis, 
169 woodcuts (including those on the two titles), mor., 
t.e.g.. Franc, apud Hcsre. Chr. Egenolff, 1557-8, i2mo. 
(73), Dec. 10, Christie Tregaskis, £6 los. 

[Of the 169 cuts, 46 are by Hans Weiditz. Of the 
others, 19 are by Beham. One is signed H. S. (H. Schauf- 
felein). Collation: a-i, Aa-Bb8 = 88 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Biblia Sacra. Icones. Solis (Vergil). Biblische Figuren dess 
Alten Testaments, gantz kiinst-Uch gerissen : Biblische 
Figuren des5 Neiiwen Testaments, gar kiinstlich gerissen, 
in I vol., 2i§. woodcuts, with Latin and German verses, 
(i) A-M4, n6 = 54 leaves, unnumbered; (2) a-p4 = 6o 
leaves, unnumbered, limp veil., Gedruckt zii Franckfurt 

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bib] Book-Prices Current. 

. am Mayn, durch D. Zephelium, J . Raschen, und S. Feyera- 
bend, 1562, oblong 4to. (74), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £14 los. 

Biblia Sacra. Biblia, Ad vetustissima exemplaria castigata, 
old mor. ex., sides with geometrical compartments, g.e. 
(in case), Excud. Antverpiae Christophorus Plantinus, 
xviii. Aug., 1564, i6mo. (69), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quay itch, £7,1 
[Plantin's third ed. This volume only contains Gen.- 
Ruth. The remaining 2 vol. were probably published in 
1565.] 

Biblia Sacra Polyglotta. Hebraice, Chaldaice, Graece et Latin, 
the second Polyglot Bible, printed on veil.. Vol. i.-v. 
bound in 10 vol., mor. ex., g.e., by Hering, Antwerp, C. 
Plantin, i^{6g)-j2, folio (68), Dec. 10, Christie Harvey, £1^0 
[Only 5 copies were printed on veil, are said to be in 
existence, i.e., Turin, Vatican, the Escurial, Salamanca, 
and the present copy. Besides the last 2 vol. (Apparatus) 
— which were on paper, and for that reason were never 
rebound like the other vols. — the present set wanted 
Vol. i., but in a sense Vol. vi. (Part i.), consisting of the 
Hebrew-Latin Bible, supplies this deficiency. The Ash- 
byrnham copy, £j(^ in 1897.] 

Biblia Sacra. Icones. Stimmer (Tob.) Neue Kiinstliche 
Figuren Bibhscher Historien . . . durch I. F. G. M. [Johan 
Fischert genant Menzer], got^ic letter, 170 woodcuts, (*)6 
A-U4, x6 = 92 leaves, unnumbered (last leaf with imprint, 
wanting), mor., g.e., by Lortic fils, Zu Basel hei Thoma 
Gwarin, 1576, 4to. (75), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £8 los. 

Biblia Sacra. Icones. Stimmer (Tob.) Nouae Tobiae Stijnmer 
Sacrorum Bibliorum Figurae, 170 cuts (same as in 1576 
ed.), with Latin and German verses, 8 prel. and a-l8 = 
96 leaves, unnumbered, mor., gt. back, g.e., Strasshurg, 
B. Jobin, 1590, sm. 8vo. (76), Dec. 10, Christie Maggs, £^ 

Biblia Sacra, Antwerpiae, ex Off. Plantin. B. Moreti, 1631, 

thick 4to. (61), April 8, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £iS^ 

[XVII. century French mor. gt., laurel-branches, mitre, 

crozier and lion, arms of Louis d'Acquin, Bishop of Seez,. 

g.e. (Le Gascon). Illustration of binding in catalogue.] 

BibUa Sancta Germanica, Luther's translation, \\X. gotf)-, orig. 
oak bds. and leather, Gedruckt bey Christoph. Sauer, 
Germantown {Pennsylvania), 1776, 4to. (134), June 3, 
Sotheby Edwards, £14 los. 

[The third ed. of the Bible printed in America in a 
European language.] 

Bibliographica, Papers on Books, their History and Art, 
illustrations, 3 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g., uncut, 1894-7, ^^o. 
(6), July 29, Sotheby Hill, ^3 5s. 

Bibliographical Society. Illustrated Monographs, Nos. i.-xv., 
15 vol., wrappers as issued, 1894-1909, 4to. (1105), April 
8, Sotheby Hejfer, £i<y 

Bibliographical Society. Transactions and Publications, Vol. 

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i.-xiii., with Index of Vol. i.-x. in 19 ; other pubhcations. 
26 vol., Rules, News-Sheets, etc., 1893-1916. 4to. (1093), 
April 8, Sotheby Northcliffe, ^9 

Bibliographical Society. Transactions and Publications, com- 
plete set from the commencement to 19 16, comprising 
Monographs, Nos. 1-16; Transactions, Vol. i.-xiii., etc., 
with the Bibliographies of Newton and Bentley, together 
51 vol. in 49, hf. linen, as issued (5 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g.), 
with the news sheets to March, 191 7, 1893-1917, sm. 4to. 
and 4to. (474), June 14, 191 7, Hodgson Bailey, £1^ 5s. 

Bibliophile Fran9ais (Le). Gazette illustree des Amateurs de 
Livres, etc., illustrations, 7 vol., new hf. mor. ex., t.e.g., 
Paris, Librairie Bachelin-Deflorenne, 1868-73, super imp. 
8vo. {721), Feb. 20, Sotheby Quaritch, £2 15s. 

Bibliotheca Lindesiana : Catalogue of the Printed Books at 
Haigh Hall, Wigan, including the Bibliography of Royal 
Proclamations, 1485-1714, by R. Steele, Philatelic Litera- 
ture, and Hand-list of Proclamations, 1714-1910 (limited 
to 200 copies), 8 vol., buckram, t.e.g., Aberdeen, Oxford, 
etc., 1910-13, folio, etc. (597), Dec. 12, Hodgson Maggs, £5 

BibUotheque Gauloise, ports., 18 vol. (3 vol. injured by damp), 
Paris, 1858-9, 8vo. (517), Dec. 19, Hodgson Jaschke, £2 

Bickham (G.) Musical Entertainer, engraved titles, vignettes, 
words and music engraved throughout (one leaf torn and 
mended), 2 vol. in i, mor., g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, n.d. 
(1737-38), folio (150), May 13, Sotheby Edwards, ;^ii 

Bickham (G.) Musical Entertainer, engraved throughout, 
with musical notes and head-pieces, 2 vol. in i, hf. bd., 
title and some leaves mended, n.d., 4to. (329), Nov. 5, 
Sotheby Tregaskis, £'j 15s. 

Bidpai. See Pilpai 

Billon (F. de). Le Fort inexpugnable de I'honneur du Sexe 
Femenin, port, below title, several full-page woodcuts 
and ornamental borders, con temp. cf. gt., g.e., Paris, chez 
Ian d'Allyer, 1555, 4to. (472), May 14, Sotheby Ellis, £16 

Billonius (T.) Sibylla Gallica, ports, and engravings, cf., 
mor. back, arms on the sides, Paris, 1624, folio (1247), 
Dec. 4, Sotheby Sawyer, £^ los. 

Bing (S.) Artistic Japan, col. plates. Vol. i., iii.-vi. only, 
1888-91, folio (197), Feb. 20, Sotheby Wilkinson, £2. 

Binns (R. W.) Century of Potting in the City of Worcester, 
front., plates, hf. mor., t.e.g., 1877, 8vo. (477), July 29, 
Sotheby Hill,£i 18s. 

Binyon (L.) Art of Botticelli, etched front, in a mount, 23 
col. plates loosely fixed on thick paper, wanted front., hf. 
veil., uncut, t.e.g'., 1913, roy. 4to. (677), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Heffer,£i 11s. 

Binyon (L.) Art of Botticelli, etched front, in a mount, 23 

col. plates, mounted like drawings, hf. veil., uncut, t.e.g., 

1913, cr. folio -(1011), April 29, Sotheby Haymer, £5 

[Two other similar copies realised £5 and £^ los. 

respectively, same sale, Lots 1012-13.] 

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bio] Book-Prices Current. 

Biographie Universelle, Ancienne et Moderne, 52 vol., hf. cf., 
Paris, 1811-28, 8vo. (350), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Neuhnys, £1 iSs. 

Biographie Universelle et Gen^rale. See Nouvelle 

Biondi (G. F.) II Coralbo del Cavalier, contemp. French mor. 
gt., g.e., arms of Jean Baptist Colbert and his monogram, 
Venetia, N. Pezzana, 1664, sm. Svo. (473), May 14, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £'j 5s. 

Birch (W. de Gray). Cartularium Saxonicum, a Collection of 
Charters relating to Anglo-Saxon History, with Index of 
Names, 4 vol., orig. cL, 1885-93-99, 8vo. (664), Oct. 24, 
Hodgson Harding, £^ 15s. 

[£,^ 7s. 6d., same state, Sotheby, Dec. 9, 1915, Lot 
4082.] 

Bird (Wm.) See Byrd 

Birgitta (S.) See Brigitta 

Bishop (J. G.) Brighton, Old and New, i vol. extended to 10 
vol., and extra illustrated, containing hundreds of ports. » 
maps, views, water-colour drawings, autographs, letters, 
etc., collected by Charles Hindley, hf. mor., Brighton, 
1880, 4to. (607), Nov. 5, Sotheby Norton, £^ 

[£7 15s-, same copy, Feb. 20, Sotheby, Lot 267.] 

Bishop (J. G.) The Brighton Pavilion and its Royal Associa- 
tions, extra illustrated v.'ith ports., prints, etc., collected 
by Charles Hindley, extended to 4 vol., hf. mor., 1882, 
4to. (266), Feb. 20, Sotheby Halliday, £^ 7s. 6d. 

Blackmantle (Bernard), pseud. See Westmacott 

Blades (W.) Life and Typography of William Caxton, facs., 
on India paper (some leaves spotted), 2 vol., hf. roan, 
1861-3, 4to. (877), Oct. 23, Sotheby Tregaskis, £^ 15s. 

Blaeu (Jo.) Atlas Major, Fiinfter Theil [containing Scotland 
and Ireland], engraved title (col.) and large col. maps, 
orig. Dutch veil, gt., Amst., 1662, imp. folio (902), May 14, 
Sotheby Hopkins, £^ los, 

Blagdon (F, W.) Brief History of Ancient and Modern India, 

66 (should be 68) col. plates, hf. russ. (broken), w.a.f., 

1805, folio (332), Nov. 13, Puttick Parsons, £^ 

[£5 I2S., hf. mor., t.e.g., complete, Sotheby, March 5, 

1917, Lot 824.] 

Blagdon (F. W.) Brief History of Ancient and Modern India, 
engraved title, front, and 24 col. aquatint plates, orig. hf. 
mor., with label, 1805, oblong folio (548), April 29, Sotheby 

Thorp, £9 

Blair (R.) The Grave, port, of W. Blake by T. Phillips and 

12 etchings by L. Schiavonetti, after Blake, cf., 1808, 

foHo (384), Dec. 17, Sotlieby Parsons, £1 13s. 

[£i 14s., orig. bds., uncut, Feb. 20, Sotheby, Lot 271.] 

Blake (W.) Book of Thel, col. title and col. vignettes, paper 
wrappers, as issued, Muir's reprint, 1789, 4to. (182), June 
17, Sotheby Kinder, £^ 

Blake (W.) Jerusalem, fac, 100 plates, wrappers, as issued. 
Reprint, n.d., 4to. (183), June 17, Sotheby Kinder, £2 5s. 

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Blake (W.) Marriage of Heaven and Hell. Muir's fac. reprint 
in col., orig. bds., uncut, n.d., 4to. (2965), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Parsons, £1 13s. 

[Blake (W.)] Poetical Sketches, first ed., with plate, signed, 
" The Parable of the relapsed Sinner and her seven 
Devils " inserted to face title, word on p. 15 scored 
through, signature on title, hf. cf., 1783, 8vo. (3), June 3, 
Sotheby Pickering, £60 

[Blake (VV.)] Poetical Sketches, first ed. (the last three sheets 
in fac), cf. ex., g.e., by F. Bedford, 1783, 8vo. (1045), 
July 22, Sotheby Protheroe, ;^io 

Blakeway (J. B.) Sheriffs of Shropshire, large paper, en- 
gravings of arms, interleaved with additional pedigrees 
in MS., additional coats-of-arms, chiefly on the margins, 
emblazoned in gold and colours, nearly all the arms in the 
printed text col. by the same hand, title and 2 leaves 
repaired, cf., g.e., Shrewsbury, 1831 — Hughes (W.) The 
Sheriffs of Shropshire, 1831-86, large paper, coats-of- 
arms, bds., ih., 1886, together 2 vol., folio (338), July 29, 
Sotheby Maggs, ^16 los. 

Blasio (Jo. Bap. de Sancto). Tractatus de Actionibus et 
Natura earum, lit. flot^., 26 leaves, the first blank, 2 full 
pages of Schemata in red and black, in woodcut circles, 
with a full-length woodcut figure bearing a branch of 
lilies [Hain *3237 (i)], printed upon veil., rubricated, new 
mor. [from the library of the Royal Society, Howard gift] 
[colophon] . . Impressus . . impensa et diligentia Magistri 
Erhardi ratdolt de Augusta Venetiis Tertio nojias Madii, 
1471, large folio (1924), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £i(>^ 
[Bound at the end is a large folio legal document on 
veil., measuring 17 by 21 inches, written in German, 
issued by " Albrecht Pfaltzgrave bei Rhine," concerning 
one " Hannsen Sund zu Affalterbach," dated 1479.] 

Blason (Le) des Couleurs en Armes, Liurees et Denises, etc., 
lettres batardes, title, with royal arms in colours, and other 
col. cuts (a-o 4), veil.. On les vend a paris en la Rue neufue 
nostre Dame a lenseigne Sainct Nicolas, s. a. [c. 1530), 
i2mo. (85), March 18, Christie Heffer, £'j los. 

Blavatsky (H. P.) Isis Unveiled, port., 2 vol., 1884, 8vo. 
(388), Dec. 17, Sotheby Hill, £1 12s. 

Blaxton (J.) The English Usurer, or Usury Condemned, 
second impression, woodcut front., with Explanation in 
verse, hf. mor., J. Norton, 1634, sm. 4to. (445), Dec. 12, 
Hodgson Maggs, £1 los. 

Bleda (Jayme). Coronica de los Moros de Espafia, first ed., 
modern mor. ex., g.e., by Riviere, Valencia, Felipe Mey, 
1618, folio (938), April 29, Sotheby Dobell, £6 los. 

Bleda (Jayme). Coronica de los Moros de Espafia, first ed. 
(title cut into), arms and initials, Mmmi (p. 913-4) 
repeated, wanting Mmm7 (p. 926-7), russ. gt., scroll 
ornaments, g.e., by Roger Payne, with British Museum 

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ble] Book-Prices Current. 

duplicate stamp, Valencia, en la Impression de Felipe 
May, 1618, folio (77), June 10, Sotheby Crowe, £<^ ids. 

Blennerhassett (Lady). Madame de Stael, her friends and her 
influence, port., 3 vol., hf. mor. gt., by Riviere, 1889, 8vo. 
(30), Oct. 23, Sotheby Maggs, £2 i6s. 

Blith (W.) The English Improver Improved, or the Survey 
of Husbandly Surveyed, engraved title and plates, sheep, 
1652, 4to. (415), Jan. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £1 12s. 

Block Books. See Apocalypsis, Ars Memorandi, Ars Moriendi, 
Biblia Pauperum, Speculum Humanae Salvationis 

Blome (Hans). Booke of Five Collumnes of Architecture, 
trans, by J. T., first ed., engravings in the text (upper 
margins of 17 leaves defective), with MS. Treatise on 
Architecture, by J. Shute, written in red and black on 
35 leaves., bound together in old veil., H. Woutneel, 1601, 
iolio (742), Dec. 12, Hodgson Quay itch, £^ los. 

Blome (R.) Gentleman's Recreation, second ed., front, and 
86 engravings, coats-of-arms, etc., some margins re- 
paired (t 3 defective), old cf., not subject to return, 1710, 
folio (2Q79), Feb. 25, Sotheby Rimell, £^ 

Blomefield (F.) and Parkin (C.) Essay towards a Topographi- 
cal History of Norfolk, first ed., maps and plates, a few 
extra inserted, 5 vol., cf. gt., uncut, wanted dedication 
and reference to plan, Fersfield and Lynn, 1739-75, folio 
(427), Jan. 22, Sotheby Lennard, ^10 

Blomefield (F.) and Parkin (C.) Essay towards a Topo- 
graphical History of Norfolk, large paper, ports., fold- 
ing plates, pedigrees and maps, 11 vol., hf. cf., m.e., 
1805-10, 4to. (917), Oct. 24, Hodgson Walford, £6 6s. 

[£^, bds., small paper, March 19, Puttick, Lot 32.] 

Blomfield (R.) History of Renaissance Architecture in Eng- 
land, plates, 2 vol., orig. hf. buckram, 1897, 8vo. (6), 
Aug, 7, Sotheby Bain, £1 i6s. 

Blondus (Flavins). Historiarum Romanorum Decades tres, 
lit. rom., 372 leaves, including orig. blank for aj, with 
signs. [Hain *3248, Proctor 4575], contemp. Cambridge 
oak bds. and leather, with centre panels and triangular 
stamps within borders, outer borders of small stamps 
(repaired) [see Weale, Nos. 58-62], linings of an ancient 
MS. of Aristotle De Anima, [colophon] . . Impressa B 
Venetiis p Octavianu Scotus Anno mcccc.lxxx.ii. xvii. 
Kalendas Augusti (1482), thick foUo (1926), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £10 

[An inscription on the first leaf of text reads : " Liber 
Cartusianorum de Shene prope Londinu Anglig legatus a 
D. Rogero Rames, Sacerdote Anglo, ut oretur pro anima 
eius An. 1584."] 

Blondus (Flavins). Le Historic del Biondo, de la Declina- 

tione de ITmperio di Roma, tradotte per Lucio Fanno 

(wormed), Venetia per Mich. Tramezzino, 1543, cr. 8vo. 

(473), April 8, Sotheby Tregaskis, £1^ los. 

[XVI. century Venetian mor, gt., the sides covered 

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with gt. floreate ornaments and line frames, enclosing 
short title, g.e. Illustration of binding in catalogue.] 

Blondus (Flavins). Roma Instaurata, lib. III., ed. princeps, 
lit. rom., 65 leaves, including three orig. blanks [Hain 
♦3242, Pellechet 2434 (erroneous collation)], contemp. 
MS. notes, illuminated scroll border to first page of text, 
with arms of an abbot below (a serpent swallowing an 
infant) and five illuminated initials, hf. veil.. Absque ulla 
nota [Romae, Printer of Statius, before 1471], large folio 
(1925), Nov. 22, Sotheby Masters, £1^ los. 

Blount (Thos.) Boscobel, or the Compleat History of his 
Sacred Majesties most miraculous preservation after the 
Battle of Worcester, ports, and plan, ground plot, mor. 
gt., g.e., 1662, 8vo. (392), Dec. 17, Sotheby £^ 

Blunt (W. S.) Love-Lyrics and Songs of Proteus, 300 copies 

printed, veil., with ties, Kelmscott Press, 1892, sm. 4to. 

(418), March 25, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 

[£5 5S-, same state, March 18, Christie, Lot 386; £6 

15s., same state, July 22, Sotheby, Lot 445.] 

Boccaccio (G.) De Casibus Virorum illustrium, semi-gotf)ic 
letter, painted initials, that on first page in gold and red, 
cf. gt. [s.n., Strassburg, G. Husner, c. 1475], sm. folio (88), 
Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £17 

[Hain *3338, Proctor 352. The first two leaves stained 
and mended. Collation : 156 leaves ; ai is blank, but 
missing. ;^i9, mor. super ex., July 22, Sotheby, Lot 1047.] 

Boccaccio (G.) De la ruyne des nobles hommes et femmes, 
etc., lettres batardes, double columns, 37 lines to a page, 
woodcuts, mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd (few leaves mended 
and a few in fac), not subject to return, Imprime a lyon 
sur le Rosne par honorables maistres maistre Mathis Husz z 
maistre Jehd schabeler, 1483, sm. folio (90), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, £50 

Boccaccio (G.) De Muheribus Claris. [On fol. I.] " Johannes 
boccacius de certaldo mulieri clarissime andree de ac- 
ciarolis de florentia alteville comitisse," ed. princeps, lit. 
got^., 2 leaves of rubrics and cxvi. numbered leaves, 
without signatures [Hain 3329, Proctor 2496], 81 German 
woodcuts, with xylographic names, and a nearly com- 
plete ornamental woodcut alphabet (the two leaves of 
table repaired, the two leaves relating to Pope Joan 
pasted together and separated and the paste not cleaned 
off, and the heading erased by ink, some leaves wormed, 
otherwise perfect, large and clean, not subject to return), 
old English mor. ex., g.e., from Sir M. M. Sykes and the 
Thorold libraries, [colophon] . . Per Johanem Czeiner de 
Reutlingen Ulme impressus Anno dtji mo.cccc°lxxiii., 
folio (1927), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £2(^0 

[/245, mor. ex., by De Coverley {Quaritch), Dec. 10, 
19 1 7, Christie, Lot 83 ; ^^43, mor., g.e., some leaves in fac, 
July 22, Sothreby, Lot 1048.] 

Boccaccio (G.) De mulieribus Claris, editio princeps, got^it 
letter, 33 long Hnes to a page, 81 woodcuts and initials 

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Boc] Book-Prices Current. 

(some in MS.), [Hain *3329, Pellechet 2474, Proctor 
2496], mor. ex., g.e., by De Coverley, [colophon] Liber 
Johdnis boccaccii . . . per Johdnem czeiner de Reutlingen, 
vlmcB impressus . . . 1473, folio (861), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £245 

Boccaccio (G.) [De Muheribus Claris, in German], Qotl^ic 
letter, 79 woodcuts, leather, with orig. sides of old stamped 
binding inlaid (a few leaves wormed and stained), Gedruckt 
vnd volenndet in d'stat Augspurg vo Ant. Sorgen An freytag 
nach sunt Valenteins tag, 1479, sm. folio (86), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, ;^ioo 

[First dated ed. in German. Hain *3335. Collation : 
prel. 8 + i.-cxxxix= 147 leaves.] 

Boccaccio (G.) De Mulieribus Claris, got^ic letter, long 
lines, 44 to a full page, with signatures, 76 woodcuts, 
mor. ex., g.e., by F. Bedford, [colophon] Explicit com- 
pendium Johannis Boccacii de Certaldo : quod de preclaris 
mulieribus . . . Impressum Louanii per me Egidium vander 
heerstraten, 1^8 J, folio (84), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £134 
[Collation : ab8, c-l6 = 70 leaves ; first and last leaves 
blank, but missing in this copy.] 

Boccaccio (G.) De Mulieribus Claris, roman letter, 38 long 
lines to a page, 15 woodcuts (two repeats), hf. mor. gt., 
Bernae Helvet. per Mathiam Apiarium, 1539, folio (85), 
Dec. 10, Christie Chicago Press, £6 5s. 

[The woodcuts are signed I. K., and have been attri- 
buted to J. Koebel or J. Kerver. A few leaves browned. 
Collation : a6, a-l6, M4, no6 = 88 leaves.] 

Boccaccio (G.) De MulierlDus Claris, in German, trans, by 
Steinhowel, gott)ic letter, 42 lines to a page, woodcuts, 

a-q6 = 96 leaves, hf. mor. (text stained), Gedruckt 

inn der Kayserlichen statt A ugspurg durch Hainrich Stayner, 
1543, sm. folio (87), Dec. 10, Christie Tregaskis, £5 

Boccaccio (G.) Des cas des Nobles hommes et Femmes, 
French manuscript, Scbc. xv., folio (266), June 3, Sotheby 

Maggs, £63 

[Written on 417 leaves, two of them being veil, and the 

remainder paper. At the beginning of each division is an 

illuminated miniature. The initial letters of each chapter 

are illuminated. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Boccaccio (G.) Des Cas des Nobles Hommes et Femme in- 
fortunez, translate par Laurent de Premierfait, got^ic 
letter, double columns, 34 lines to a page, large woodcuts 
(col.) and painted initials, mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd, not 
subject to return, Paris, J. Dupr6, 1483, sm. folio (91), 
March 18, Christie Quaritch, £70 

[First ed. of this translation. Commences on a2 ; the 
last 10 leaves are in fac, as also are one or two others in 
the body of the book.] 

Boccaccio (G.) Falles of sondry most notable Princes and 
Princesses, trans, by Dan John Lydgate, Monke of Burye, 
black letter, double columns (with the duplicate leaf 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [boc 

ccxx.), woodcuts (title mended and some corners stained), 
new mor. ex., gt. on rough, Imprinted in Flete-Strete within 
Temple Barre . . by Rich. Tottel, 1554, sm. folio (1049), 
July 22, Sotheby Chester s, £12 

Boccaccio (G.) [Fiametta.] Libro di Madonna Fiametta ; 
Epistole. illuminated manuscript on veil. [Italian, XVth 
century], 2 parts in i vol., containing respectively 73 and 
49 leaves (lof by yfin.), romano-got^ic characters, 32 and 
33 long lines to a page, " La Fiametta " ornamented with 
10 large illuminated initials, enclosing miniatures, the 
second portion of the manuscript containing the " Epistole" 
has large historiated initial in gold and colours and nume- 
rous painted initials, velvet binding, xv. cent., sm. folio 
(79), June 10, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £154 

Boccaccio (G.) Fiametta. " Incomincia il libro de Madonna 
Fiammetta da lei alle innamorate mandato," lit. rom., 
77 leaves, with signs, a-k (should have 79 leaves, but k 4-5 
are wanting) [Hain 3290, Proctor 7363], old English 
mor. gt. and centre ornaments (Sunderland copy). Absque 
ulla nota [Italy, unknown place and printer, c. 1475], sm. 
folio (1928), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £52 

Boccaccio (G.) Fiametta, roman letter, mor. ex., by Trautz- 
Bauzonnet [Hain 3294, Proctor 5358], [colophon] Venetia 
per Maximo de Papia, 1491, adi xxiiii. Septembre, 4to. 
(80), June 10, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, j^io 

Boccaccio (G.) Genealogiae deorum gentilium libri XV., ed. 
princeps, roman letter, initial on first page in gold and 
colours, numerous painted initials (some leaves wormed), 
modern oak bds., leather, clasps, monastic style [Hain- 
Copinger 3315, Proctor 4045], [colophon] . . . Hec Vindel- 
linus signit qui impressit ahenis . . . Venetiis impressum 
. . . 1472 [Wendelin of Speier], folio (78), June 10, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ;^i8 los. 

Boccaccio (G.) II Decamerone, roman letter, double columns, 
59 lines to a full page, ai with large woodcut and woodcut 
border (mended) and woodcuts in the text, mor. ex., g.e., 
by Lloyd, sold not subject to return, Impresso i Venetia 
per Maestro Manfrino da Monteferrato . . . 1498, Adi 5 de 
Decembrio, sm. folio (86), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £jo 
[This copy has been cleaned and some leaves repaired. 
Z i. has a corner of text wanting.] 

Boccaccio (G.) II Decamerone, roman letter, double columns, 
woodcut initials and woodcuts in the text (wanting 3 
leaves, title imperfect and several leaves mended), mor. 
ex., g.e., by Lloyd, with all faults, Impresso in Venetia per 
Bertolamio de Zani de Portese, 1504, sm, folio (87), March 
18, Christie Quaritch, £11 los. 

Boccaccio (G.) II Decamerone, ed. Nicolo Delphino, lit. ital., 
contemp. MS. notes, contemp. Venetian oak bds. and 
leather, gt. ocnaments, g.e., ex-Hbris of Sir H. H. 
Edwardes, sketch port, and signature of Frate Alesio 
Moresini on last leaf, [colophon] Impresso in Vinegia per 

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Boc] Book-Prices Current. 

Grogorio de Gregorii il mese di Maggio dell' anno 15 16, 
sm. 4to. (1929), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £^0 

Boccaccio (G.) II Decamerone (ed. Niccolo Delphino), italic 
letters, title, initial letters and running titles painted in 
gold, two leaves of errata at end, does not contain the 
seven leaves of table and blank leaf mentioned by Brunet, 
a few MS. notes, mor. ex., g.e., by Bauzonnet, Vinegia, 
per Gregorio de Gregorii, 1516, sm. 4to. (82), June 10, 
Sotheby Maggs, £17, 

Boccaccio (G.) II Decamerone, italic letter, woodcuts, old 
veil., signature on title, Firenze, per Philippo di giunta, 
15 16, 4to. (83), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £2.6 

Boccaccio (G.) II Decamerone, editio Aldina prima, mor. ex., 
g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, stamp on title, " Ex Bibl. Jos. Ren, 
Card. Imperialis " (Sir Chas. Stuart's copy), Vinegia nelle 
case d'Aldo Romano & d' Andrea Asolano 1522 mese di 
Novembre, sm. 4to. (983), April 29, Sotheby 

Gaschke, ;£io los, 
[£19, mor. ex., fine binding, June 10, Sotheby, Lot 84.] 

Boccaccio (G.) II Decamerone, large paper, italic letter, 
XVII. cent. Italian mor. gt., g.e., Firenze per li heredi di 
Philippo di Giunta, 1527, Adi XI I II. del mense Aprile, 
4to. (44), April 29, Sotheby James, £12. los. 

Boccaccio (G.) II Decamerone, italic letter, mor. ex., tooled a 
grolieresque pattern, g. on m.e., by Trautz-Bauzonnet, 
Firenze per li heredi di Philippo di Giunta, 1527, 4to. (85), 
June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £^'^ 

Boccaccio (G.) II Decamerone, port, and woodcut initials. 
In Fiorenza nella Stamperia de i Giunti, 1573, 4to. (26), 
April 8, Sotheby Shepherd, £g los. 

[XVI. century French cf. gt., line circles enclosing 
figures of snails, birds, lions and flowers, etc., g.e.;' £j 
5s., mor. ex., June 10, Sotheby, Lot 8g.] 

Boccaccio (G.) II Decamerone, port., 5 fronts., no plates 
and 97 tailpieces, by Aliamet, Baquoy and others, after 
Gravelot, Boucher, Cochin and Eisen, 5 vol., old French 
cf. gt., g.e., Londra [Parigi), 1757, 8vo. (394), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Bumpus, £ij los. 

Boccaccio (G.) II Philocolo. [Fo. i] : Incomencia il libro 
primo di Florio & Bianzafiore chiamato Philocolo, roman 
letter, double columns, 43 lines, veil (wormed and first 
page mended), [colophon] I psso p. Dominico da Vespola 
nel Iclyta cita de Milano nelli dni del Signor, 1476, sm. folio 
(94), March 18, Christie Ellis, £g los. 

Boccaccio (G.) La Theseide, Poema, manuscript on veil. 
[Italian, early XVth century], 141 leaves (io|| by 7|in.), 
roman characters, 40 lines to a page, accompanied by a 
commentary in a smaller handwriting of the same period, 
large miniature of a woman receiving a book from a kneel- 
ing figure (partly defaced), large ornamental painted 
initials, old veil.. Early xv. cent., sm. folio (81), June 10, 
Sotheby Quaritch, /61 

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I 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [boc 

Boccaccio (G.) Las Cient nouellas, oott)ic letter, double 
columns of 46 lines, woodcut title and ornamental initials, 
A 4, a-z 8, z 5, old English cf. gt., with crest (elephant), 
g.e., Valladolid [s. nom. imp.], 1539, sm. folio (89), March 
18, Christie Tregaskis, l^$ 

Boccaccio (G.) Le Decameron, traduit par A. Le Ma^on, 5 
fronts., no plates and 97 tailpieces after Eisen, Gravelot, 
Cochin and Boucher, 5 vol., orig. French mor. ex., g.e., 
by Derome, with his ticket, Londres [Paris], 1757-61, 8vo. 
(88), March 18, Christie Quaritch. ;^2oo 

[£76, mor., g.e., one vol. damaged, June 17, Sotheby, 
Lot 948.] 

Boccaccio (G.) Le Decameron, traduction par A. Sabatier de 
Castr^s, fronts., 2 ports, and it8 plates by Delvaux, 
Lepine, Depr^elle, after Gravelot and others, 11 vol., 
wrappers, uncut, Paris, 1801-2, 8vo. (77), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Last, £1 Tos. 

Boccaccio (G.) Libro de Jna bocacio que tracta de las illus- 
tres Mugeres, got^ic letter, a-k 8, 1 10 (last a blank), wood- 
cut title in four compartments, ornamental initials, vell.„ 
Sevilla, Juan Cromberger, 1528, sm. folio (92), March 18, 
Christie Tregaskis, £\2. 

Boccaccio (G.) The Decameron. The Modell of Wit, Mirth, 
Eloquence and Conversation, now trans, into English, 
woodcut title and oval woodcuts. Printed by Isaac Jaggard 
for M. Lowndes, 1625 — [Second title :] The Decameron, 
containing an hundred pleasant Novels, woodcut title and 
oval woodcuts in the text (last leaf repaired). Printed by 
Isaac Jaggard, 1620, 2 vol. in i, mor. ex., g. on r.e., by W, 
Pratt, 1625-1620, sm. folio (1050), July 22, Sotheby 

Hejfer, £17 

[The first appearance of the Decameron in English. 

The first part is the second ed., the second part first ed.] 

Boccaccio (G.) The Decameron, col. plates by Findlay, 2 vol.,. 
bds., uncut, James Griffin, 1822, 8vo. (180), May 23, 
Puttick Maggs, ;^io los. 

Boccaccio (G.) The Decameron, trans, by J. Payne, 3 vol., 
veil, gt., uncut, t.e.g., Villon Society, 1886, sq. 8vo. (688),. 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Barrett, £^ 15s. 

Boccaccio (G.) The Decameron, trans, by J. Payne, illustra- 
tions by Louis Chalon (including the five extra plates), 
2 vol., orig. cl., uncut, 1893, 8vo. (212), Dec. 19, Hodgson 

£^ 17s. 6d. 

Boccaccio (G.) The Decameron, trans, by J. M. Rigg, plates 
in two states (plain and col.), by Louis Chalon, 2 vol., 
mor. gt., t.e.g., uncut, 1906, 8vo. (24), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Lowe, £^ 4s. 

Boccaccio (G.) Vita di Dante Alighieri, mor. ex., g.e., by 
Ganard, Roma, per Francesco Priscianese, 1544, 8vo. (91), 
June 10, Sotheby Crowther, £5 los. 

Boccliius (Achilles). Symbolicarum Quaestionum de Universo 
Genere, 151 copperplates, veil., 1555 (2 copies) — Sam- 

(91) 



Boc] Book-Prices Current. 

bucius : Emblemata, illustrations (a few leaves water- 
stained), limp veil., Plantin., 1564 — Les Simulachres & 
historiees Faces de la Mort, illustrations (some fore-edges 
shaved), cf., 1538, etc., together 9 vol., 8vo. (6), June 3, 
Sotheby Maggs, £2^ 

Bocchius (Achilles). Symbolicarum quaestionum de universo 
genere, orig. ed., emblematic figures by G. Bonasone, 
title repaired, mor. ex., g.e., by T. W. Farrell, Bononi^s, 
1555, 8vo. (6iq), Dec. 17, Sotheby France, £2 5s. 

Bocherius (Nic.) Caroli Lotharingi Card, et Francisci Ducis 
Guysii Literae et Arma, in funebri Oratione habita Nancii, 
3 titles, 2 engraved ports., plate of tomb, etc., Lutetiae, 
ex. off. Federici Morel., 1577 — Fr. Lindenbrogi Observa- 
tiones in Ammianum Marcellinum, etc., Hamb., M. H. 
Frobenius, 1609, in i vol., sm. 4to. (41), April 8, Sotheby 

B. F. Stevens, £2^ 
[XVII. century French mor., arms of Charles D'Orleans- 
Valois Due d'Angouleme and his monogram. Illustration 
in catalogue.] 

Bockler (G. A.) Architectura Curiosa Nova, Erste Ausgabe, 
lit. OOtt)., 200 copperplate engravings, mor., g.e., Niimberg, 
Paul Fiirst (1664), folio (871), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Parsons, £^ 

Bode (W.) Catalogue of the Art Collection formed by Otto 
Beit, printed on Japanese paper, photogravures, cf. gt., 
silken ends and fly-leaves, in case (presentation copy), 
Berlin, 1904, folio (51), Nov. 26, Christie 

Dickinson, £g los. 

Bode (W.) Catalogue of the Collection of Pictures and 
Bronzes in the possession of Otto Beit, photogravures, 
cf. gt.. Privately printed, 1913, folio (52), Nov. 26, Christie 

Parsons, £16 los. 

Bode (W.) Frans Hals, his Life and Work, with Essay by 
M, J. Binder, photogravure plates, 2 vol., hf. pigskin, ed. 
limited to 200 copies, Berlin, 1914 (41), Nov. 26, Christie 

Blacker, £2^ 3s. 

Bode (W.) and De Groot (C. H.) Complete Work of Rem- 
brandt, with a Study of his Life and Art, trans, by 
Florence Simmonds, ed. de luxe, one of 75 copies on 
Japanese paper, 8 vol., engravings, mor. gt., uncut, t.e.g., 
by Riviere, fine copy, Paris, 1897-1906, folio (1272), 
Dec. 4, Sotheby Sawyer, ;^io2 

[£^^, hf. cf., uncut, ordinary issue, Nov. 26, Christie, 
Lot 57-] 

Bodenborg (Daniel). Betbiichlin Der lieben heiligen Veter, 
Patriarchen, Propheten, Koningen,' etc., gotfjic letter, 
orig. wooden bds. and cf., stamped with ornaments in 
gold and silver, gt. gauffred edges, clasps, in case, fine 
copy, Zu Wittemburg druckts Hans Krafft, 1564, sm. 8vo. 
(89), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £8 

[On fly-leaf is written in bold gothic letters: " 1565 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bol 

Katharina Christoff Kressin." Collation: 224 leaves (12 
unnumbered + 207 numbered + 4 unnumbered + i blank).] 

Boethius (A. M. S.) De Consolatione Philosophie, lit. flOtlj. 
(two types), Comment. 40 lines, text various, 196 leaves, 
first and last blank (leaves of table supplied from Koel- 
hofi's ed. of 1481) [Campbell 307. Proctor 9234, Pellechet 
2520] — Lovanii, Johannes de Westfalia, 1484 ; Eiusdem 
de Disciplina Scholarum cum Comment. S. Thomae, lit. 
gott)., 66 leaves, including two blanks, with signs. [Hain 
♦3413, Campbell 325, Pellechet 2554], rubricated, ib., 
1485, in I vol., con temp. Netherlands (?) oak bds. and 
leather, stamps of rosettes, etc. in compartments, with 
borders (worn and damaged), from the Sunderland 
library, sm. folio (1930), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quariich, £16 los. 

Boethius (A. M. S.) [Opera Varia], lit. gottl-, 370 leaves [Hain 
*3352, Proctor 4555 and 4559], woodcut musical and geo- 
metrical diagrams and initials, 2 vol. in i, new mor. ex., 
Venetiis, Jo. et Greg, de Gregoriis Fratres, 1497-9, sm. 
folio (1051), July 22, Sotheby Hopkins. £6 6s. 

Boethius (A. M. S.) De Disciplina Scholarium, Qot^ic tetter, 
woodcut on title, a-l6, unnumbered, hf. mor., Colon, 
impressus in off. pie recordatonis, H. Quetell, 1501, sm. 
4to. (90), Dec. 10, Christie Sot her an, £1 i6s. 

Boiardo (M. M.) Orlando Innamorato, roman letter, wood- 
cuts (title and last leaf in fac), mor. ex., Impressum 
Mediolani, 1539, 4to. (92), June 10, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^ 15s. 

Boiardo (M. M.) Orlando Innamorato, italic letter, old veil., 
long bibliographical note by J. W. Bruce, Vinegia, per gli 
heredi di Lucantonio Giunta, 1541, 4to. (93), June 10, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £4 5s. 

Boigne (Comtesse de). Memoires, publics par M. Charles 
NicouUaud, port, and fac, 4 vol., new hf. mor., g.t., by 
Wood, Paris, Plon, i907-'8, 8vo. (32), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Bumpus, £^ 3s. 

Boileau-Despr^aux (N.) CEuvres, par De Saint- Marc, vignette 
titles and plates after Picart (Vol. iii. contains the sup- 
pressed pamphlet, " Boileau aux Prises avec les Jesuites "), 
5 vol., hf. cf., uncut, Amst., 1772, 8vo. (251), Dec. 19, 
Hodgson Sawyer, £1 8s. 

Boisard (M.) Fables, seconde ed., front, by St. Aubin, 8 
engravings after Monnet by Schmitz and 2 tailpieces, 
grande papier d'Hollande, 2 vol., old French mor. gt., 
silk doublures, g.e. (Bozerian), Paris, Lacombe, 1777 
(749), April 29, Sotheby Maggs. £15 los. 

Boissardus (J. J.) Emblematum liber, port, of Boissard and 
51 engravings of emblems (with Latin verses), by Th. de 
Bry, engraved title, a-P4 = 6o leaves, mor. ex., Franco- 
furti ad Moenum, 1593, sm. 4 to. (91), Dec. 10, Christie 

Edwards, £6 

Boleyn (Anne). II successo in morte della regina de Inghil- 

(93) 



bon] Book-Prices Current. 

terra con il consenso del consiglio di S. Magesta, etc. (4 
leaves), mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd, Bologna [Phaelli], c. 
1536, on the last leaf, " Londra x Giugno," 1536, i2mo. 
(98), March 18, Christie Ellis, £^1 

Bon Ton Magazine (The New), from May, 1818 to Dec, 1820, 
28 col. caricature plates only, first 3 vol. hf. bd.. Vol. iv. 
to vi., in I vol., bds., uncut, w.a.f., 1818-20, 8vo. (510), 
Dec. 1 9, Hodgson Edwards, £2. 12s. 

Bona (Jno.) Guide to Eternity, trans, by Sir R. L'Estrange, 
front., mor. gt., covered with a design of scrolls and con- 
ventional flowers in the style of S. Mearne, g.e., 1688, 
sm. 8vo. (73), June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £d, los. 

Bonaparte (C. L.) Iconografia della Fauna Italica, col. plates, 
3 vol., mor. ex., with arms of Earl Fitzwilliam, Roma, 
1832-41, folio (47), April 29, Sotheby Quaritch, £1^ 

Bonaparte (Jos., Roi de Naples). Memoires et Correspond- 
ance, 10 vol., cf. ex., Paris, 1853-4, ^^o. (48), April 29, 
Sotheby Br aim, £2 2S. 

Bonaventura (S.) Auctoritates Utriusq5 Testamenti, tit. QOti^., 
48 leaves, without marks [Hain *3534, Proctor 283], 
rubricated, painted capitals, Absque ulla nota [Argent., 
H. Eggestein, 14 — ] — Albertus Magnus : Compendium 
Theologice Veritatis, (it. 0Ot()., 148 leaves, including a 
blank [Hain *433], rubricated, painted initials, [at end] 
[Coloniae, Nicolaus Gotz, 14 — ], in i vol., con temp. Bux- 
heim oak bds. and leather, stamped in figures, 4 metal 
protectors and clasps (worn), from the Carthusian library 
at Buxheim, folio (1936), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^6 los. 

Bonaventura (S.) [On aj, in red]: Meditatione sopra la 
Passione del nostro Signore . . Sopra Nicolao de lira, \xt. 
OOt^., a-0 4 in eights, except b, which has 6 leaves only 
[not in Hain, Brunet or Proctor], ornamental initial at 
head of first page printed in red, con temp. Venetian oak 
bds. and leather, rebacked veil, (worn), [colophon] Im- 
presse in Venetia con summa diligentia per Magister Pietro 
Maujer jrancioso 6- M. Nicolo del Conteugo da Ferrara, 
1483, X. da Martio, sm. 4to. (1948), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ;^ii 

Bonaventura (S.) Meditatione sopra la passione del nostro 
signore, roman letter, woodcuts, bds. (wormed and 
stained), a-b 8, c-e 6, Venetia, per Matheo de Codecha da 
Parana, 1490, 26 Aprile, sm. 4to. (100), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £/[0 

Bonaventura (S.) [Psalterium B.M.V., in German] a2 : Dye 
vorred sand Bonauentura vber den psalter virginis Marie 
(in red), gotf)ic letter, printed on veil., large woodcut 
initial, others painted, orig. wooden bds. and stamped 
pigskin, clasps, in case (Ashbumham copy, £g los. in 
1897), Nuremberg [? Ant. Koburger], 1500, i6mo. (93), 
Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £5^ 

[Probably the first ed. Hain 3571. Collation: a-r8 
(first blank), a8 (last 3 leaves, ? blank, missing).] 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bon 

Bonaventura (S.) Speculum Beatae Virginis Mariae, romano- 
flOtl)ic tetter, long lines, 38 to a full page, large painted 
initial on first page, bds.. Per Anthonium Sorg . . . Augus- 
tensem impressus (1477), folio (514), April 29, Sotheby 

Hirst, £6 

Bonaventura (S.) Speculum Mariae, in German, by Lud. 
Moser, flott)ic letter. 23 lines to a page, cut on title and 
other small woodcuts, 6 prel., a-z8, ^Io (last blank, 
missing), new mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd, Hie endet vnser 
Frowen Spiegel Marie Getruckt zu Basel durch M. Furter, 
1506, i2mo. (92), Dec. 10, Christie Davis 6- Orioli, £$ 

Bonaventura (S.) Stimulus divini Amoris, lit. flOtt)., long 
lines, 31 to a full page, xciiii. numbered folios, including 
title, cut of the Virgin and Child, with S. Anna, on title, 
repeated on reverse, also on reverse of last leaf (col. by 
hand), contemp. Cologne leather, with two stamped panels, 
both with outer borders containing small stamps, in fair 
state, flap clasp missing, in case, [colophon] Colonie retro 
Minores Anno . . mcccccii. Pridie Kalendas Februarii . , 
impressus, sm. 8vo. (1934), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Parsons, £6 los. 

Bond (F.) Gothic Architecture in England, numerous plates, 
buckram, t.e.g., 1905, imp. 8vo. (30), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Joseph, £1 

Bonifacius. An Essay upon the Good, that is to be Devised 
and Designed, bv those who Desire to Answer the Great 
End of Life, and to do Good while they Live, orig. sheep, 
Boston in New England, B. Grete, 1710, i2mo. (511), Aug. 
7, Sotheby H. Stevens, £4 

Bonifacius VIII. (Papa). Liber Sextus Decretalium cum 
Apparatu Jo. Andreae Episc. Aleriensis, lit. QOti)., 162 
leaves (wanting last leaf containing the colophon) [Hain 
*3590. Proctor loi, Pellechet 2733], miniature initial on 
first page, other painted initials, bds. [Moguntiae, Peter 
Schoiffer, 1473, Ap. 5], folio (1949), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £5 

Bonifacius VIII. (Papa). Liber Sextus Decretalium, Lugduni 
ap. G. Rovillium, 1555, thick sm. 8vo. (18), April 8, Sotheby 

James, £5g 
[XVI. century French mor. gt., with leafy branches, 
marguerites, etc., within oval frames, 3 fleurs-de-lis in a 
shield in centre, with motto, " Expectata non eludet," the 
device of Madame Marguerite de Valois Saint-Remy, g.e. 
(Clovis Eve). Illustration of binding in catalogue.] 

Bonner (Ed.) Profitable and necessarye doctrine, first ed., 
2 parts in i , black letter, two titles within woodcut borders, 
woodcut initials, MS. marginal notes, orig. cf.. J. Cawodde, 
15.55. 4to. (510). July 22, Sotheby Egerton, £8 8s. 

[Bonner (Honor6 de). Arbre des Batailles]. Begins: 
[A] de-saincte 
couronne de 
france en la 

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BON] Book-Prices Current. 

quelle au jourduy par lordonnance de dieu 
regne Charles Cinquieme, &c. 
gotf)ic letter, double columns, 30 lines to a page, mor. ex., 
by Hardy-Mennil and Marius-Michel (from the Huth col- 
lection, ;^i85 in 191 1), Without place or date [Lyons, B. 
Buyer ?], sm. folio (105), March 18, Christie Maggs, ;^i65 
[Collation : a 4, b-y 8, z 3 (signature a not marked, 
excepting a 3, which curiously is at the bottom of verso 
of a 2).] 

[Bonstetten (Alb. von).] Incipit passio sancti Meynrhadi 
martyris et heremite, got()ic letter, 21 woodcuts, including 
that on title [Hain *i2453, Proctor 7731], ad, b8=i4 
leaves, limp, veil., Basle, M. Furter, 20 Sept., 1496, sm. 
4to. (396), Dec. 10, Christie Maggs, ;^io los. 

Book Auction Records. See Karslake (F.) 

Book of Christian Prayers, bladt tetter and roman, woodcut 
borders of the Dance of Death, port, of Q. Elizabeth on 
back of title, old English mor. gt., g.e. (Harleian), Printed 
by Rich. Yardley and Peter Short for the assignes of Richard 
Day, 1590, sm. 4to. (431), April 29, Sotheby 

Harmsworth, £21 
[^ 4 leaves, A-P, and A a-O o in fours. The fourth ed. 
of " Queen Elizabeth's Prayer Book."] 

Book of Common Prayer, blacfe letter, woodcut initials, modern 
mor. gt., crest of George John, Second Earl Spencer, g.e., 
Wigorniae in officina Joannis Oswaeni cum privilegio ad 
Imprimendum Solum, Anno Do. 1549, Mense Maii, [colo- 
phon] Imprinted the xxiiii. day of May Anno MD.XLIX. 
At Worceter by John Oswen [They be also to sell at Shrewes- 
bury], sm. 4to. (416), April 29, Sotheby Ellis, £355 

[Collation] Title ; " The Preface," 2 leaves ; " The 
Table and Kalendar," 8 leaves ; tollowed by a leaf blank 
on recto, the royal arms on reverse ; text, clxxxiiii. 
leaves; then "Confirmation wherin is conteyned a 
Cathechisme {sic) for Chyldren," etc., fols. i.-xxxv, ; and 
a leaf with colophon on recto and the order about prices 
on reverse. The volume contains altogether 232 leaves, 
with signs. This copy is perfect, except that the top and 
bottom margins of 2 leaves in " The Table " are cut into.] 

Book of Common praier noted (by John Marbecke), hlack 
letter, 68 leaves, musical notation, woodcut initials (2 
leaves mended, first 2 leaves in fac), mor. gt., g.e., by 
Zaehnsdorf, Imprinted by Richard Grafton, printer to the 
Kinges Maiestie, 1550, 4to. (79), May 13, Sotheby 

Terry, £s7 

Book of Common Prayer noted (by John Marbecke), blocfe 
letter, printed in red and black, 68 leaves, musical nota- 
tion in a staff of 4 red lines, 6 to a full page, title within 
woodcut borders, woodcut initials, printer's device at end 
(one leaf (k iii.) defective, a few leaves stained), mor. gt., 
g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, Imprinted by Richard Grafton, printer 
to the Kinges Maiestie, 1550, 4to. (491), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

(g6) Quaritch, ;^ioo 



Oct., 191 7 to Aug., 1918. [boo 

Boke of Common Prayer, second issue of the second Prayer 
Book of Edward VI., hlack letter, woodcut initials, old 
English mor. gt., g.e. (Harleian), In officina Edovard 
W hitchiirche , cum privilegio ad Imprimendiim Solum Anno 
1552. s.n. folio (432), April 29, Sotheby Payton, AS 

Book of Common Prayer, secundus contra-tenor part (only), 
block letter, musical notation, port, of John Day on last 
leaf, woodcut initials, cf., John Day, 1565, folio (153), 
May 13, Sotheby Bailey, £6 

[The earliest printed collection of service and anthems 
for the English Church.] 

Book of Common Prayer, blacit letter, woodcut border to title, 
woodcut initials, Robert Barker, 1604 — The Psalter or 
Psalmes of David, blarft letter, woodcut border to title, 
woodcut initials (rust-hole in c 5 and g 4, two holes in 
11), Robert Barker, 1604 — The Whole Booke of Psalmes, 
Collected into EngHsh Meeter by Sternhold, Hopkins and 
others, blarft letter, woodcut border to title (rust-hole in 
N 4, 5 and 6, o i, v 5), Printed for the Company of Stationers, 
1604, in I vol., mor. ex., g.e., by Riviere, with doublure 
formed from the sides of the orig. binding of cf. gt., which 
bears the name of " Sir Jhon Savill " (1545-1607) stamped 
on upper cover, 1604, folio (158), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

B. F. Stevens, £^2 
[The first issue of the " Authorised " Prayer Book of 
James I., as revised at the Hampton Court Conference, 
held January, 1603-4, with the word " all " retained in 
the Rubric respecting ornaments (on a i) ; this word 
was omitted in all subsequent editions of the Prayer 
Book printed during the reign of James I.l 

Book of Common Prayer, Cambridge, T. Buck & R. Daniel, 

etc., 1629 — Another copy, together 2 vol., 1629, sm. folio 

(157), April 8, Sotheby Heffer, £2/\. 

[XVn. century English mor. gt., floral ornaments, g.e.. 

Little Gidding Ferrars binding, in fine condition.] 

Booke of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacra- 
ments . . . for the Use of the Church of Scotland, first ed. 
of Archbp. Laud's Prayer Book for Scotland, ends with 
the word " Certaine," blarft letter, title in red and black, 
ornamental initials (some outer marginal notes shaved), 
Edinburgh, printed by Robert Young, 1637 — The Psalter 
after the translation set forth by Authority, ib., 1636 — 
The Psalms of King David, trans, by King James, with 
musical notes, Lond., printed by Thomas Harper, 1636, in 
I vol., Cambridge panel cf. gt., sm. folio (1052), July 22, 
Sotheby Bailey, £11 

Book of Common Prayer, Holy Bible and Whole Book of 
Psalmes, 3 vol. in i, contemp. mor. ex., elaborately gold 
tooled, silver clasps, g.e., 1638-9, 8vo. (334), Jan. 23, 
Puttick -♦ Pearson, £j 

Book of Common Prayer and Holy Bible, contemp. needlework 
binding, leafy ornament in silver-thread work on a red 
XXXII. (97) 4 



boo] Book-Prices Current. 

silk ground, goffered g.e., 1649, 8vo. (331), Jan. 23, 
Puttick Lawrence, /8 

Book of Common Prayer. An Accompt of all the Proceedings 
of the Commissioners of both Perswasions, Appointed by 
his sacred Majesty, According to Letters Patents, for the 
Review of The Book of Common Prayer, etc., cf. ex., g.e., 
by Riviere, Printed for R. H., 1661, 4to. (137), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Masterman, £1 5s. 

[A report of the " Savoy Conference," held in 1661, 
between twelve bishops and other learned divines of the 
Church of England and twelve " Presbyterian Brethren," 
to consider the Puritan objections to the Prayer-book as 
revised in 1603-4.] 

Book of Common Prayer, blarft letter, large paper, engraved 
title by D. Loggan, mor. gt., g.e., J. Bill and C. Barker, 
n.d. (c. 1661), folio (550), April 29, Sotheby 

Parsons, £^ 5s. 

Book of Common Prayer, port, of Charles II. and a set of 
copperplate illustrations of the N. T. inserted, contemp. 
mor. gt., g.e., silver clasps. Printed by John Field, Printer 
to the University of Cambridge, 1662, 8vo. (997), April 29, 
Sotheby Bailey, £$ los. 

Book of Common Prayer, front, by R. White, panelled mor., 
covered with a chequered design, with crowned fieur-de- 
l^'^s, etc., and double monogram a.r. and the word Chappel 
on upper cover (corners damaged), from the Royal Chapel 
of Queen Anne, 1704, folio (loio), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Ellis, £<^ I OS. 

Book of Common Prayer, with the Psalter and the Form and 
Manner of Ordaining Bishops, Priests and Deacons (and 
other Forms, with " The Prayer at the Healing "), front, 
by R. White, old mor. gt., g.e. (Harleian), C. Bill 6- 
Executrix of Thos. Newcombe, 1706, folio (108), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Parsons, £1 los. 

Book of Common Prayer, engraved front., contemp. mor. gt. 
(Harleian style), with English royal arms, four silk ties 
and gold tassels (one missing), g.e., John Baskett, 1715, 
folio (549), April 29, Sotheby Parsons, £g 

Book of Common Prayer in Short-Hand according to Mr. 
Weston's Excellent Method, mor. gt., g.e., 1730, 8vo. 
(964), Feb. 20, Sotheby Parsons, £^ i8s. 

Book of Common Prayer, old English mor. gt., corner orna- 
ments, with sprays, etc. and large central ornaments, gt. 
line and pointille tooling, the whole studded with dots, 
g.e. (rubbed and damaged), Cambridge, T. Baskerville, 
1761 (419), Dec. 4, Sotheby Pickering, £'/ 15s. 

Book of Common Prayer, old mor. gt., g.e., 1773, 8vo. (348), 
Jan. 22, Sotheby Newton, £5 los. 

Book of Common Prayer, contemp. mor. gt., g.e., ornamental 
gt. sides (rubbed), Oxford, 1784, 4 to. (67), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Parsons, £1 5s. 
[On the end paper is written, " This Book appropriated 

(98) 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bor 

to the use of Charlotte Sophia, Queen of Great Britain, 
at Worcester Cathedral, when their Majesties and the 
Royal Family visited that city in 1788,"] 

Book of the Order of Chivalry and the Ordination of Knight- 
hood, ed. by F. S. Ellis, 225 copies printed, veil., uncut,. 
Kelmscott Press, 1893, sm. 4to. (455), July 22, Sotheby 

^aggs.lj 5s. 

Book of the Names of all Parishes, Market Towns, Villages, 
Hamlets and smallest places in England and Wales, etc., 
hf, cf., Printed by S. S. jor John Garret, 1677, 4to, (310), 
Nov. 5, Sotheby Tregaskis, £1 4s. 

Book-Prices Current. See Slater (J. H.) 

Book-Worm (The), ed. by J. Ph. Berjeau, woodcuts, etc., 5 
vol., hf. mor., t.e.g., 1866-71, 4to. (309), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Atkinson, £1 8s. 

Booker (Jno.) The Dutch Fortune-Teller, cut on title, orna- 
mental borders and 5 plates of wheels of fortune and 
planetary influences, hf. cf., Printed and Sold at the 
Printing-Office in Aldermary Church-Yard, n.d. (16 — ),. 
sm. folio (731), Feb. 20, Sotheby Davis cS- Orioli, £'^ 3s. 

Boord (A.) Breviarie of Health, title within woodcut border, 
blarfe letter (some headlines cut into), hf. cf., T. Este, 1598, 
sm. 4to. (497), Dec. 19, Hodgson Davis 6- Orioli, £2 2s. 

Borellus (Petrus). De vero Telescopii Inventore, 2 ports, 
(the second cut in side margin), woodcuts, orig. sheep, 
autograph signature of Bishop Kennett on title, Hagae- 
Comitum, 1655-6, sm. 4to. (291), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Gabb, £1 1 6s. 

Borgi da Venesia (Piero) . [On a 2] : Opera de Arithmeticha, 
lit. QOtf). parva, arithmetical sums in margins, 96 leaves, 
signs, a-m [Hain 3661, Proctor 5006], ornamental initials, 
hf. mor., hole mended in last leaf, [colophon] Stampito in 
Veniexia {sic) per Zouane de Hall' [Johann Leoviller], 
1488, sm. 4to. (1951), Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, ;^io los. 

Borrow (G.) Bible in Spain, first ed., 3 vol., orig. cl., 1843, 
8vo. (508), Nov. 13, Puttick Shepherd, £2 

{£-], orig. cl., with labels, April 10, 19 16, Sotheby, Lot 
1492 ; £^ 4s., same state, March 19, Puttick, Lot 385,] 

Borrow (G.) Conrad Wallenrod, autograph MS. Poem of 46 
lines, on 2^ pages 4to., with corrections and some lines 
erased (2843), Feb. 25, Sotheby Sotheran, £-/ 5s. 

[A number of other autograph MSS. by George Borrow 
were sold at the same sale (Lots 2836-49). Nearly all 
appeared to be unpublished. The amounts realised were 
small, ranging from £^ 17s. 6d. to 20s.] 

Borrow (G.) Lavengro, first ed., port., 3 vol., orig. cl., with 
paper labels, 185 1, 8vo. (386), March 19, Puttick 

Heffer, £2 15s. 
[;^3 los., ^me state. May 23, Puttick, Lot 199 ; £^ 15s., 
same state, May 14, Sotheby, Lot 686.] 

Borrow (G.) Romany Rye, first ed., 2 vol., orig. cl., 1857 — 

(99) 4—2 



bor] Book-Prices Current. 

The Bible in Spain, third ed., 3 vol., orig. cl., 1843, to- 
gether 5 vol., 8vo. (1306), Oct. 23, Sotheby Berrot, £6 

Borrow (G.) Targum. Or Metrical Translations from Thirty 
Languages and Dialects ; The Talisman from the Russian 
of A. Pushkin, with other Pieces, first ed., mor. ex., g.e. 
(100 copies printed), St. Petersburg, Schulz and Beneze, 
1835, 8vo. (1053), July 22, Sotheby Heffer, £16 

Borrow (G.) The Sleeping Bard, first ed., orig. wrapper, uncut, 
John Murray, i860, 8vo. (687), May 14, Sotheby 

Bain, £^ los. 

Borrow (G.) The Zincali, first ed., 750 copies printed, 2 vol., 
orig. cl., 1 84 1, 8vo. (507), Nov. 13, Puttick Spencer, £8 
[£y los., same state, March 19, Puttick, Lot 384.] 

Borrow (G.) Wild Wales, first ed., 3 vol., orig. cl., with labels, 
1862, 8vo. (159), Nov. 13, Puttick Shepherd, £6 2S. 6d. 

Borrow (G.) Wild Wales, first ed., with the rare hf. -title to 
Vol, i., not issued to the other vols., 3 vol., orig. cl. (labels 
defective), Murray, 1862, 8vo. (188), Dec. 17. Sotheby 

Shepherd, £4 4s. 

Boscan (Juan). Las Obras, contemp. Venetian (? Spanish) 
mor. gt., figure of Fortune, with motto, " Velit Nolit / 
Ventura / Est mi noverca/ Fortuna " (sides in good state, 
back damaged), gt. gauffred edges, s.L, Estampado por 
M. Antonio de Salamanca el Anno de 1547, 8vo. (1952), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Dobell, £11 

Boscobel. See Charles II. 

Bossewell (J no.) Workes of Armorie, cuts of arms and crests, 
mostly col. by an early hand, blacfe letter (a few leaves 
stained), mor., g.e., R. Tottyl, 1572-3, sm. 4to. (224), Dec. 
6, Hodgson £5 15s. 

Bossewell (J no.) Workes of Armorie, second ed., cuts of arms, 
blacit letter (title written on), orig. limp veil, (backed), H. 
Ballard, 1597, sm. 4to. (225), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Edwards, £4 15s. 

Bossius (Don.) Chronica Bossiana. Gestorum dictorumq; 
memorabilium, & temporum, lit. rom., 168 leaves [Hain 
♦3667, Proctor 583 1], sid es of contemp. Italian leather, 
with title and label PCHE in gold on sides (rebacked), gt. 
gauffred edges, Impressum . . Mediolani p. Antonium 
Zarotum . . impensas Donati Bossii . . m.cccc.Lxxxxii. 
Calendis Martiis (1492), folio (1953), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £$ 

Boston Gazette (The), from Monday, January 20, to Monday, 
Jannary 27, 1723 (No. 218), 2 woodcuts in upper corners, 
one that of a ship, the other that of a mounted bugler, 
2 pages sm. folio (torn across centre fold, some letters 
damaged), [colophon] Boston, Printed by S. Kneeland for 
Philip Musgrave Post-Master at his Office in Corn-Hill . . . 
[1723] (848), Dec. 12, American Art Association $47.50 

Boston News-Letter (The), from Jan. 28 to Feb. 4, 1723 (No. 
992), 2 pages, [colophon] Boston, Printed and Sold by B. 
Green, at his Printing-House in Newbury-Street, where 
(.100) 



1 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bou 

advertisements are taken in, 1723 (678), Dec. 12, American 
Art Association $3 

[A series for the years 1723 to 1726 of the first permanent 
newspaper in America. The most important collection 
extant, as many of the issues contain manuscript notes 
and references in the handwriting of Bartholomew Green, 
printer and publisher of the paper. Catalogued singly, 
but sold in lots, containing several numbers, for a total 
sum of $600. The collection comprised Nos. 992-1195, 
a few numbers missing. Illustration of the number for 
April II, 1723, in catalogue.] 

Boswell (J.) Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides, first ed., with 
the errata leaf, orig. bds., uncut, 1785, 8vo. (93), Nov. 13, 
Puttick Tregaskis, £6 15s. 

Boswell (J.) Life of Johnson, first ed., port, after Sir Joshua 
Reynolds, 2 vol., orig. bds., uncut, H. Baldwin for Chas. 
Dilly, 1791, 4to. (1054), July 22, Sotheby 

Pickering, £1^ los. 

Boswell (J.) Life of Johnson, additional Notes by Croker, 
fronts., vignette titles and plates, 10 vol., orig. cl., 1839, 
fcap. 8vo. (170), Dec. 19, Hodgson Hill, £1 2s. 

Boswell (J.) Life of Johnson, ed. by G. Birkbeck Hill, port, 
and facs., 6 vol., hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., Oxford, 1887, 8vo. 
(339), Nov, 28, Hodgson £a^ 4s. 

\£i 8s., hf. mor., t.e.g., Oct. 23, Sotheby, Lot 585.] 

Boton (Pierre). La Camille, italic letter, mor. ex., doublure, 
gold book-stamp of H. Bordes in centre, g.e., by Cham- 
boUe-Duru, Paris, Jean Ruelle, 1573, i2mo. (108), March 
18, Christie Maggs, £20 

Bouchet (Jean). Le Labirynth de fortune et Seiour des trois 
nobles dames (en vers), lettres batardes, woodcut initials, 
mor. ex., g.e., by F. Bedford (from the Huth collection, 
;^I9 los. in 191 1), a Paris . . par Jacques Bouchet imprimeur 
[1522], sm. 4to. (no), March 18, Christie Ellis, £2^ 

Bouchet (Jean). Le Labyriht de fortune et Seiour des trois 
nobles dames (en vers), lettres batardes, mor. ex., grolier- 
esque and floral tooling, g.e., by Belz-Niedree, arms of 
Baron Selliere, Paris, Phil, le Noir .... demourdt en la 
grant rue sainct Jacques a lenseigne de la Rose blanche 
couronne, s.d., sm. 4to. (109), March 18, Christie 

^aggs, £2'^ 

Bouchet (Jean). Le Noble Triumphe des Dames, French 
MS. on paper, with half-page illumination, initial P. in 
colours and a coat-of-arms on first leaf, this and one 
other leaf are on veil., mor., g.e., by Thompson, illustra- 
tion in catalogue, Scbc. xv., 8vo. (114), March 18, Christie 

Edwards, £46 

Bouchet (Jean). Le Panegyric du Chevaulier sans reproche 
(Louis de La Trimouille), en vers et prose, first ed., lettres 
batardes, title with equestrian figure and arms on reverse, 
mor. ex., g.e., over m.e., by Trautz-Bauzonnet, Cy finist 
le Cheualier sans reproche cdpose p. maistre Jehan Bouchet 

(lOl) 



Bou] Book-Prices Current. 

Imprime p. Jacques Bouchet [Paris], 1527, sm. 410. 

(112), March 18, Christie Ellis, £2.^ 

Bouchet (Jean). Les Annalles Dacquitaine, lettres batardes, 
mor. ex., g.e., by Niedree, Paris, Pierre Sergent, 1540, 
foho (96), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^io 

Bouchet (Jean). Les Triuphes de la Noble et amoureuse 
Dame, lettres batardes, mor. ex., by Duru, Paris, Philippe 
le Noir, 1541, i2mo. (113), March 18, Christie 

Ellis, £12. I OS. 

Bouchet (Jean). Sensuyt le temple de bonne renomee et 
repos des hommes et femes illustres (en vers), lettres 
batardes, woodcut on recto and reverse of title and a cut 
before the text, mor. ex., g.e., by Trautz-Bauzonnet 
(from the Huth collection, ;^30 in 191 1), Imprime nouuel- 
lement a par is [Jean Trepperel], s.d. [1518], sm. 4to. (m), 
March 18, Christie Quaritch, £^0 

Bouchot (H.) Catherine de Medicis, one of 1,000 copies on 
fine paper, plates and vignettes, front, port, in gold and 
colours, mor. ex., tooled and gt., g.t., Paris, Goupil & Cie, 
1899, 4to. (517), Oct. 23, Sotheby Sotheran, £^ 3s. 

[£i, uncut, with extra cover and case, Japanese paper, 
col. front, and double set of plates, Nov. 5, Sotheby, Lot 

3II-] 

Bouffiers (Chev. de). Contes, avec une Notice Bio-Biblio- 
graphique par O. Uzanne, port, and fac, mor. gt., uncut, 
t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, Paris, 1878, 8vo. (404), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Neumayer, £1 7s. 

[Bougouyne (Symon).] Lespinette du jeune Prince. Con- 
querant le royaulme de bonne renommee (en vers) , lettres 
batardes, woodcuts and ornamental initials, mor. ex., 
g.e., by ChamboUe-Duru, Paris, Michel de Noir, 1514, 
sm. folio (115), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £46 

[Second ed. The author's name is found in an acrostic 
of fourteen lines on the last leaf. Collation : a-q 6.] 

Bouillet (J.B.) Album Auvergnat : Bourrees, Montagnardes, 
Chansons, etc. en Patois d'Auvergne (les Airs notes), 
illustrations, hf. mor. ex., uncut, t.e.g., Moulins, P. A. 
Desrosiers, s.d., super imp. 8vo. (722), May 14, Sotheby 

Ellis, £2 1 8s. 

Bourdaloue (Louis). Pensees sur divers sujets de Religion et 
de Morale, 2 vol., Paris, Cailleau, etc., 1734, 8vo. (96), 
April 8, Sotheby Wright, £\2 

[XVIII. century French mor. gt., arms of Marie- 
Josephe de Saxe, Dauphiness of France, mother of Louis 
XVI., g.e. (Fournier).] 

Bourgeois (C.) Views in Switzerland, 40 col. lithographs by 
A. Aglio, hf. cf., N. Chater & Co., 1822, folio (802), April 
29, Sotheby Shepherd, £^ 17s. 6d. 

Bourgeois (C.) Vues de la Suisse, Livraison I. -VI I., in wrap- 
pers as issued, 28 col. lithographs by Delpech [Paris'], 
1822, folio (801), April 29, Sotheby Shepherd, £^ los. 

Bourne (H.) History of Newcastle upon Tyne, with the rare 

(102) 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bow 

folding plan, con temp, cf., clean copy, Newcastle, 1736, 
folio (1037), Oct. 23, Sotheby Sotheran, £2 153. 

Bourne (J. C.) History and Description of the Great Western 
Railway, plan of the railway, geological map and nume- 
rous plates of viaducts, bridges, etc., with descriptions, 
hf. roan, 1845, roy. folio (529), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Edwards, £1 2S. 

Bourrienne (L. A. F. de). M6moires sur Napoleon, 10 vol., old 
hf. cf., Paris, chez Ladvocat, 1829, 8vo. (36), July 22, 
Sotheby Heffer, £1 

Bourrienne (L. A. F. de). Memoirs of Napoleon, ports, and 
plates, complete, 4 vol. in 24 parts, wrappers, 1836, 8vo. 
(858), Oct. 24, Hodgson Edwards, £2 12s. 

Bourrienne (L. A. F. de). Memoirs of Napoleon, ports, and 
plates, 4 vol., hf. cf. gt., 1836 — Barrow (Sir John). Lives 
of Howe, Anson and Exmouth, ports., etc., 3 vol., hf. cf. 
gt., 1835-9, together 7 vol., 1836-35-39, 8vo. (14), March 
4, Christie Sotheran, £^ 7s. 6d. 

Boutell (Chas.) Monumental Brasses and Slabs of the Middle 

Ages, illustrations, orig. cl., 1847, imp. 8vo. (253), Jan. 

22, Sotheby Pickard, 12s. 

[lis., orig. cl., ed. of 1849, imp. 8vo., same sale, Lot 254.] 

Bouvelle (Chas.) Geometric pratique, woodcut diagrams, etc., 
mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd, Paris, Regnoud Chaudiere et 
Claude son filz, 1547, sm. 4to. (116), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £7 

Bowen (Emanuel). Britannia Depicta, or Ogilby Improved, 
etc., engraved throughout with numerous maps, coats-of- 
arms, etc., old English mor. gt., g.e. (Harleian), large copy 
(from the Fountaine library), T. Bowles and Em. Bowen, 
1720, sm. 4to. (1954), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £15 

Bowman (H.) Songs for one, two and three Voices, to the 
Thorow-Bass, with some short Symphonies, front, (cut 
close, margin mended), engraved plates of words and 
music, hf. cf., Oxford, T. Bowman, 1678, folio (152), May 
13, Sotheby Maggs, £5 los. 

Bowyer (R.) Historical Narrative of those momentous Events 
which have taken place in this Country, 1816 to 1823, col. 
aquatint plates by Dubourg and others, orig. hf. roan, 
T. Bensley for R. Bowyer, 1823, folio (852), April 29, 
Sotheby Thompson, £4 

Bowyer (R.) Illustrated Record of Important Events in the 
Annals of Europe, col. plates, hf. cf., 1815, folio (245), 
March 19, Puttick Edwards, £2 15s. 

Bowyer (R.) Illustrated Record of Important Events in the 
Annals of Europe — The Campaign of Waterloo, etc., in 
I vol., porla. and col. aquatints, including the double-page 
view of W^aterloo, hf. cf., T. Bensley for R. Bowyer, 1816, 
foho (856), April 29, Sotheby David, £5 

Bowyer (R.) Illustrated Record of Important Events in the 
Annals of Europe, col. plates, including three double ones, 

(103) 



bow] Book-Prices Current. 

loose and unbd., sold not subject to collation, in portfolio, 
Bensley, 1816, roy. folio (219), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Miller, £2 los. 

Bowyer (R.) Selection of Facsimiles of Water-colour Draw- 
ings from the Works of British Artists, 12 col. aquatints, 
with letterpress, orig. bds., R. Bowyer, 1825, folio (906), 
April 29, Sotheby Nicol, £16 los. 

[;^i3, hf. mor., g.e., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 709.] 

Boyce (Edm.) The Second Usurpation of Bonaparte, with 
Account of the Victory of Waterloo, front., maps, plans, 
etc., 2 vol., hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, 1816 
(405), Dec. 17, Sotheby Crompton, £2 

Boydell (J.) Collection of Prints engraved after the most 
capital paintings in England, containing 450 plates. Vol. 
i.-vii. (only), russ. gt., with a few additional prints in- 
serted, 1769, atlas folio (552), April 29, Sotheby 

Spencer, ;^2io 
[Should be 9 vol., containing 561 plates.] 

Boydell (J.) One hundred Views in England and Wales, 
engravings, hf. mor. gt., 1790, imp. folio (1038), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Spencer, £1^ 

Boydell (J. and J.) History of the Thames. See Combe (W.) 

Boydell (J. and J.) Picturesque Scenery of Norway, 80 col. 

aquatints drawn and engraved by J. W. Edy, 2 vol., hf. 

roan, uncut. Hurst, Robinson & Co., 1820, folio (804), 

April 29, Sotheby Spencer, £56 

[£45, hf. mor., the 2 vol. bound together, same sale. Lot 

553-] 

Boyle (Robt.) Some Considerations touching the Usefulnesse 
of Experimental Philosophy, contemp. English mor. gt., 
g.e., Oxford, 1667, 4to. (1480), April 8, Sotheby 

Edwards, £1 i8s. 

Boyne (W.) Trade Tokens issued in the Seventeenth Century, 
revised ed., by G. C. Williamson, plates (limited to 250 
copies), 2 vol., hf. roan, t.e.g., 1889-91, 8vo. (364), Nov. 
28, Hodgson Hill & Son, £2 i6s. 

Boys (T. S.) Original Views of London as it is, with Historical 
Notices by C. Oilier, col. title and col. lithographs, orig. 
portfolio, with ties, n.d. (1842), folio (806), April 29, 
Sotheby Derby, £28 

Boys (T. S.) Picturesque Architecture in Paris, Ghent, Ant- 
werp and Rouen, col. lithographs, hf. mor., g.t., 1839, 
folio (805), April 29, Sotheby Spencer, £2^ 

Boys (Wm.) Collections for an History of Sandwich, plates, 
etc., hf, russ., Canterbury , 1792, 4to. (312), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Edwards, £^ 12s. 6d. 

Brabant Chronicle. Van Brabant die excellente Cronike van 
Vlaendere, Hollat, Zeelant int generael, etc., gotl^ir letter, 
double cols, of 42 lines, title with large cut, about 150 
cuts and folding genealogical chart (perfect), also large 
map (1647) inserted (a few leaves repaired), old Dutch 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bra 

veil., Antwerp, J. van Doesborgh, 1530, sm. folio (94), 
Dec. 10, Christie Edwards, £S 

[Collation : a-g6, 114 (last leaf blank), Aa-zz, aa-zz, 
a-z 4- 4 = 326 leaves. cc3-Dd4 form the chart.] 

[Brack (Wenzeslaus).] Vocabularius Rerum (Lat.-Deutsch), 
lit. QOtl)-, Registrum and numbered folios i.-cxxiiii. 
[Hain 3699, Proctor 1743, Pellechet 2805], modern mor., 
Finit Vocabularius Rerum ex oficina Johls Keller in 
Augusta, Anno dni m.cccc.Lxxviii. (1956), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, /16 10s. 

Brack ( Wenceslaus) . Vocabularius Rerum, gottjic letter, hf. 
cf., Impressum Argentine per Martinum Flach, 15 12, sm. 
4to. (95), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £2. los. 

Bradford (Wm.) Sketches of the Country, Character and 
Costume in Portugal and Spain, col. plates, hf. russ., 
1809, folio (2982), Feb. 25, Sotheby Parsons, £2 12s. 

[£2 los., hf. mor., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 52.] 

Bradford (Wm.) Sketches of the Country, Character and 
Costume in Portugal and Spain, large paper — Chrono- 
logical and Historical Retrospect of the War in the Penin- 
sula, 2 parts in i vol., text in English and French, col. 
aquatints, hf. roan, uncut, Printed for J. Booth, 1812-13, 
folio (807), April 29, Sotheby Davis 6- Orioli, £^ 

[Bradley (E.)] Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, 1853 — 
Further Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, 1854 — Mr. 
Verdant Green, married and done for, 1857, all first eds., 
illustrations, wrappers as issued (one defective), together 
3 vol., 1853-87, 8vo. (688), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Spencer, £^ 15s. 

Brandis (D.) The Forest Flora of North-W^est and Central 
India, illustrations by Fitch, 2 vol., hf. bd., 1874, 8vo. 
and 4to. (159), Dec. 19, Hodgson Wheldon, £2 2S. 

BrandUng (H. E.) Views in the North of France,- 12 col. 
hthographs mounted on cards, letterpress separate, orig. 
portfolio, M. and N. Manhart, 1848, foHo (808), April 29, 
Sotheby Shepherd, £^ 

Brandon (Saint). Legende. Hie hebt sich an sand Brandons 
Buch waser wunders erfaren hat, got^ic letter, 18 woodcuts 
and woodcut initials, mor. gt., g.e. [Augsburg, Ant. Sorg, 
c. 1475], folio (96), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, ;^i24 

[First ed. The Ashburnham copy (/102 in 1897). 
Hain *37i8. Proctor 1661. Collation: 18 leaves, without 
signatures. Several are uncut, one or two mended.] 

Brandt (Seb.) Carmina in laudem B.M.V., roman letter, 
rubricated, woodcuts, Hain *3733, that of " 1494 " men- 
tioned by Hain being unknown, a-e8 (last blank), veil., 
[s.n., Basle, J. Bergmann, c. 1495], sm. 4to. (99), Dec. 10. 
Christie Quaritch, £6 

Brandt (Seb.) 'La Nef des folz du mond, trans, by Pierre 
Riviere, first ed. of this version, lettres batardes, large 
woodcut on title and numerous others in the text, mor, 

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ex., g.e. (stained in parts), Paris, 1497, sm. folio (117), 
March 18, Christie Quaritch, ;^ioo 

Brandt (Seb.) Stultifera Navis, lit. QOtt)., woodcuts, including 
" The Ship of Fools " on title-page, mor. ex., g.e., by 
Niedree [Hain 3748, Proctor 1788], [colophon] Impressus 
in imperiali urbe Augusta per Johannc Schensperger, 1497 
k}. Aprilis, 8vo. (98), June 10, Sotheby Lardanchet, £1$ 

Brandt (Seb.) Stultifera navis (ed. per Jodoco Badio As- 
censio), title in 2 lines over a woodcut, roman letter, 
ornamental initials and woodcuts [Proctor 9596], mor., 
g.e. (slightly stained). Absque nota [Burgos., Fr. Biel, 
1499], sm. 4to. (48), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £i(^ 

Brandt (Seb.) Stultifera Navis, lit. flOtf). (two types), title in 
red, upwards of 100 woodcuts (a few headlines cut into), 
mor. ex., crest on sides, with inscription, " Sigil. Caroli de 
Ashburnham," [colophon] Ex officina nostra in Parr- 
hisioru academia nobilissima Vi Calendas Octobris anni 
salutis M.D.V., sm. 4to. (99), June 10, Sotheby 

Maggs, £1^ I OS. 

Brandt (Seb.) Stultifera Navis, ed. Jodoco Badio Ascensio, 
QOt^ic letter, title in red and black, with woodcut, and 
over 100 woodcuts in text, a8-S4 in 8's and 4's alternately, 
mor. ex., g.e., Impressum Basilee p. Nic. Lamparter, 1507, 
sm. 4to. (97), Dec. 10, Christie Edwards, ;^io 

Brandt (Seb.) Stultifera Navis (in Low German). Dat nye 
schip van Narragonien, etc., gottlic letter, 30 lines to a 
page, 114 woodcuts, besides one on title, and initials, 
mor. ex., g.e., by F. Bedford, Boystock dorch Ludouicum 
Dietz, 1519, sm. 4to. (98), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £15 los. 
[Collation: Title i leaf, folios 2-175, register 2 leaves, 
colophon I leaf.] 

Brandt (Seb.) Stultifera Navis. Ship of Fooles, trans, into 
Englishe by Alexander Barclay, hlatk letter, woodcuts 
(title repaired and partly in fac, wants folio 152 and 155, 
a few le2ves repaired and last leaf repaired and a part in 
fac), cf. (worn), g.e., 1570, folio (587), May 14, Sotheby 

Dobell, £4 5s. 

Brandt (Seb.) Stultifera Navis : Ship of Fools, trans, by 
Alexander Barclay, large cut on title and numerous cuts 
in the text, old russ., g.e., by Weir, fine copy (Thos. 
JoUey's, afterwards Huth's), Imprinted . . in Paules 
Churchyarde by John Cawood, Printer to the Queenes 
Maiestie, 1570, sm. folio (1055), July 22, Sotheby 

Bruton, £40 
[Second ed., containing some additional pieces not in 
Pynson's ed. The orig. Latin in roman letter precedes 
each section. The Ship of Fools is followed by a transla- 
tion of Mancyn's Mirrour of Good Maners, with the 
Latin in the margin. At the end are five eclogues by 
Barclay. ;^44, orig. veil., title written on, same sale. Lot 
1056.] 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bre 

Brandt (Seb.) Varia Carmina, first ed., 140 leaves, 3 woodcuts 
on title and 2 in the text, device at end dated 1497 [Hain 
*373i. Proctor 7779], hf. bd., r.e. (from the William Morris 
and Dunn collections), Basil, J. Bergman de Olpe, 1498, 
sm. 4to. (118), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £7 

Brandt (Seb.) Varia Carmina, first ed., the second part, 76 
leaves (the first contains 64 leaves), [Hain *373i], wood- 
cuts, bds, (cracked), Heber copy, Basilee, Joh. Bergman 
De Olpe. 1498. 8vo. (248), Nov. 13, Puttick 

Eden, £1 7s. 6d. 

Brandt (Seb.) See also Ars Memorandi 

Brantdme (P. de). Oiuvres, port, and fronts., 15 vol., French 
mor. gt., g.e.. La Haye, 1740, 8vo. (415), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

B. F. Stevens, ;^ii 

Brant6me (P. de). CEuvres, nouvelle 6d., 8 vol., hf. mor., g.e., 
Paris, Foucault, 1822-3, 8vo. (37), July 22. Sotheby 

Galloway, £^ 8s. 

Brasca (S.) Relazione del suo viaggio a Gierusalemme, first 
ed., lit. fiOt^., 62 ff., woodcut plan of the Holy Sepulchre 
(wants H I, also a few wormholes in margin), russ. gt. 
[Hain 3763, Proctor 5934], Leonardus pachel S' Uldericus 
sinczenceller [Mediolani], 1481, 4to. (678), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

James, £1 4s. 

Brasseur de Bourbourg (Abb6). Recherches sur les Ruines de 
Palenque, et sur les Origines de la Civilisation du Mexique, 
map and 56 lithographs after Waldeck, hf. mor. (with roy. 
4to. vol. of texte, unbd.), Paris, A. Bertrand, 1866. imp. 
folio (905), May 14, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 5s. 

Brayley (E. W.) Historical and Descriptive Accounts of the 
Theatres of London, 14 col. aquatints by D. Havell, bds., 
J. Taylor, 1826, 4to. (809), April 29, Sotheby Dobell, ;^ii 

Brayley (E. W.) and Herbert (W.) Concise Account of Lam- 
beth Palace, plates, large paper, and extra illustrated 
with about 100 additional ports, and views, all mounted 
to size, hf. mor. gt., g.e., 1806, roy. folio (1039), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Rimell, £6 

Brebia (Gabriel de). Explicatio in Psalmos Davidis, (it. QOtll-, 
434 leaves [Hain 3766, Proctor 5892], old oak bds. and hf. 
veil. (Lakelands copy), [colophon] Impressum Mediolani : 
Nonis. Quintil9 Mcccc.lxxvii. Imperdtibus Illustrissimis 
Excelletissimisq5 Principus Bonamatre ; et Johdne Galeacio 
Maria Sfortia Vicecdte filio, Ducibus vi. [s. n. impressoris ; 
Dominicus de Vespolate], 4to. (595), July 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £8 

Brees (S. C.) Pictorial Illustrations of New Zealand, front., 
21 plates, containing 64 views and a panoramic view, 
India proofs, on large paper, orig. cl., uncut, J. WiUiams 
& Co., 1847, roy. folio (906), May 14, Sotheby Stead, £^ 5s. 

Bremont (S.) Hattig6 ou Les Amours du Roy de Taraeran, 
Nouvelle, old French mor. ex., g.e., Cologne, chez Simon 
I'Ajricain, 1676, sm. 8vo. (475), May 14, Sotheby 

Ellis, £^ 4s. 

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Breviarium Augustense [Directorium] , lit. QOtf)., ii8 leaves, 
including orig. blank for a] [Hain *6264], woodcut 
initials (a few leaves wormed), contemp. German oak bds. 
and hf. leather, with stamped ornaments (damaged), 
[colophon] " Liber breviarium Szm Chorum Augustensz 
Ecclesie, Impressus p Johanne Bdmler Cocivem ibidem, 
Anno Salutis nostre, etc. nonagesimo qnto " [1495], sm. 
folio (i960), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £2-^ 

Breviarium Constantiense pars Estivalis. [Begins] " In 
Vigilia Sancti Johannis baptiste legits* omelia sup evange- 
liuz iniciuz Evangelii scdm luca," lit- 0Otl^. magna, 269 
leaves, without marks [Hain ? 3826, Proctor 1936], rubri- 
cated, capitals painted (some leaves wormed), new mor., 
gt. ornaments, by F. Bedford, Absque ulla nota [on folio 
269 verso : " Explicit pars estivalis," ? Zurich, unknown 
printer, before Aug., 1476], thick folio (1962), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £^^ 

Breviarium Parisiense, D.D. Lud. Ant. Card, de Noailles 

editum pars Hyemalis, plates, Paris., F. H. Muguet, 17 14, 

8vo. (88), April 8, Sotheby Tregaskis,^ £j 5s. 

[XVIII. century French mor. gt., arms of Alexandre 

Milon de Mesne, Eveque de Valence, g.e., by Dubuisson.] 

Breviarium Romanum (ad usum Argentinensem) partes hie- 
malis et aestivalis, lit. gotf). parva, red and black, double 
columns, 42 lines [imperfect, having only 451 leaves 
(instead of 466), contains one leaf of Calendar only (wants 
8 leaves at beginning of Psalter, 3 leaves of the latter 
mended, end perfect except 2 blank leaves, not subject 
to return)], rubricated, painted capitals, veil, (not in Hain, 
Proctor, or elsewhere), Absque ulla nota [Argentines, 
Printer of " Henricus Ariminensis," c. 1478-9], thick sm. 
folio (1964), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £6 

Breviarium Romanum, lit. gotl)., contemp. Italian mor. gt., 
originally stamped in each panel with a small oval armorial 
stamp (obliterated by a formal gt. ornament, g.e.), stamp 
of Cardinal Antonio Caraffa on each cover. Junta, Venice, 
1550, folio (490), April 29, Sotheby Hurst, ;/^io 

[This volume contains many woodcuts, initial letters 
and a full-page border at the beginning of the various 
parts.] 

Breviarum Romanum, full-page and other woodcuts, printed 
in red and black, old leather, g.e., Venetiis, apud heredes 
L. A. Junte 1553, 4to. (211), May 23, Puttick 

Ellis, £1 lOS. 

Breviarium Romanum, cum Psalterio et Ofhciis, ad" usum 
Cleri Basilicae Vaticanae, dementis X. auctoritate, en- 
graved titles (mounted), plates and culs-de-lampe by F. 
Spiere, etc., 4 vol., contemp. French mor. gt., the arms of 
a cardinal on the sides, g.e. (rebacked), not subject to 
return, Parisiis, 1674, 8vo. (696), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Withers, £4. 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bre 

Breviarium Sarisburiense cum Calendario . . . Mandate et 
Impensis Margarete Comitisse Richmondie et Derbie, ac 
matris Regis Henrici Septimi, lit. flOt^., red and black, 
long lines and double columns, printed without formal 
title, wants d ii. in " Sexta die Oct. Visita," and a section 
of 24 leaves at end, some Popish phrases and names run 
through in pen-and-ink, not subject to return, modern 
mor. gt., [colophon] " Arte et Industria Ricardi Pynson 
. . . XXV. die mensis Augusti Anno millesimo qiiingentesimo 
septimo {with device), sm. 4to. (1967), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ;^200 

[Printed upon veil, (sheet a, " Noctumus Dominicalis," 

on paper). Only one other copy of this Sarum Breviary 

is known, viz., that in the Rylands library at Manchester.] 

Breviarium Sarisburiense, pars estivalis. Portiforium seu 
Breviarium ad insignis Sarisburiensis ecclesie usum, lit. 
(jott)., red and black, double columns, 40 lines, contains 
title, calendar 6 leaves (first leaf wanting), Tab. Fest., etc., 
3 leaves; text, fol. i.-lii. ; Psalterium, etc., fol. i.-cxx. ; 
Proprium Sanctorum, 11 1 unnumbered leaves (cc 7 
wanting), some lines in cc j and vi. defaced by ink (in all 
291 leaves), woodcut titles, large and small woodcuts 
and initials (not subject to return), contemp,. Oxford oak 
bds. and leather, with stamped borders (worn), Antwerpie, 
impressa per Christophorum Endoviensem Impensis vero 
et siimptihus Francisci Bryckman [sic], 1525, 4to. (1968), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £62 

[Pasted in the upper cover is a Plenary Indulgence to 
English Catholics, issued by Pope Leo X., 1526, printed 
in blocfe letter in 36 lines (10 by 7in.), with stamped signa- 
ture, " F. W. Wedyrall " (? Wetherell). Probably unique. 
There are also two imperfect slips of a printed York In- 
dulgence on veil, taken from the binding, " Dat Eboi; 
Die xxvii. Octobris Anno dni mdx — " [other figures cut 
off, c. 1521], perhaps printed by R. Jaques. On the under 
cover is pasted an autograph letter in English addressed 
to R. Pace (?) or Passe, signed " Yr true bedman Jo 
Borobryg Chaplain of the Hospital." From the Sunder- 
land sale.] 

Breviarium Sarisburiense. Portiforiu seu Breviarium ad 
usum ecclesie Sarisburiensis castigatum, pars Estivalis 
(cum Calendario), Londini, 1555 {sic), lit. gotf)., red and 
black, double columns, 37 lines (title scraped and cleaned, 
corners mended), contemp. English oak bds. and leather, 
stamped borders, clasp catches (worn and rebacked), 
[colophon] Parisiens. impressa p Franciscu Regnault anno 
domini Millesimo qiiingentesimo trigesimo quinto {sic 
1535), sm. 4to. (1969), Nov. 22, Sotheby Parsons, £g 

Breviarium Sarisburiense cum Calendario. Pars Estivalis. 
Portiforiu seu Breviarium ad usum Ecclesie Sarisburiesis, 
lit. got^., long lines and double columns, woodcut title, 
with royal arms, Tudor rose and St. George and Dragon, 

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woodcuts and floreate initials (some end leaves wormed), 
modem cf., g.e., [colophon] In Alma Universitate Parisien. 
impressa p. Franciscu Regnaidt, Anno domini Millesimo 
quingentesimo trigesimoquinto [1535], sm. 4to. (1970), Nov. 
22, Sotheby Maggs, £26 

Breviarium Sarisburiense Pars Estivalis. Portiforium sen 
Breviarium ad usum ecclesie Sarisburiensis, lit. QOt(). 
parva, double columns, small woodcuts and initials (wants 
t 4, probably a blank), old English cf., Impressum Parisiis 
per Magdalenam Boursette Viduam Francisci Regnault, 
1555, cr. 8vo. (1971), Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £1^ 

Brevio (Gio.) Rime et Prose Volgari, prima edizione, mor., 
g.e., by Duru, fine copy, Roma per Antonio Blado Asulano, 
1545, 8vo. (417), Dec. 17, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^I4 

Brewer (Anth.) The Love-sick King, first ed. (one leaf de- 
fective), R. Pollard, 1655 — The Countrie Girle, a Comedie, 
first ed., 1647 — Lingua, or The Combate of the Tongue, 
1632, in I vol., cf. (broken), 1632-55, sm. 4to. (159), Dec. 
6, Hodgson Dobell, £2 los. 

Breydenbach (B. de). [Peregrinationes in Terram Sanctam], 
QOt^ic letter, folding woodcut views and other illustrations, 
painted initials, i8th century French cf. gt., m.e., in case 

(the WodhuU copy), Erhardu reuwich de Traiecto 

In ciuiiate Moguntina Anno salutis i486, sm. foUo (100), 
Dec. 10, Christie Myers, £70 

[First ed. Hain *3956, Proctor 156. The woodcuts 
are by Erhard Reuwich, who accompanied the author. 
The views are seven in number, viz., Venice, Parenzo, 
Corfu, Modon, Candia and Jerusalem. The folding cut 
of Venice repaired and the one of Jerusalem damaged at 
the folds. Collation : 158 leaves, unnumbered + view 
of Holy Land 6 leaves. Total number of single leaves, 
including extensions of views, 164. Illustration in cata- 
logue. £32, hi. mor., some plates defective, w.a.f., June 
10, Sotheby, Lot 102.] 

Breydenbach (B. de). [Peregrinationes in Terram Sanctam], 
in German, gotl^ic letter, painted initials, 7 woodcut views 
and other illustrations, all col., German wooden bds. 
and stamped leather (initials A. G.), title backed, in case, 
not subject to return, Durch Erhart rewich von Vttricht 
ynn der statt Meyntz, xxi. Brachmonedts .... i486, sm. 
folio (103), Dec. 10, Christie Maggs, £go 

[First ed. of the German version, same type and wood- 
cuts as the Latin ed. of the same date. Hain *3959, 
Proctor 157. Small portion of the views mended and 
made up, and all backed. The arms of an early owner 
painted on inside cover. The initials on the binding are 
probably those of Andreas Giittig, a Wittenberg binder, 
who died in 1574. Collation: 174 leaves, unnumbered -t- 
view of Holy City, 6 leaves. Total single leaves, including 
extensions of views, 180.] 

Breydenbach (B. de). [Peregrinationes in Terram Sanctam], 

(no) 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., iqi8. (bre 

in German, got^tc letter, ornamental initials, hf. mor., in 
case, some uncut edges, Augsburg, A. Sorg, 1488, sm. folio 
(104), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, lii 

[Second ed. in German. Hain *396o. Proctor 1705. Na 
woodcut views were executed for this edition, as far as is 
known. The smaller cuts are adapted from the earlier 
editions. Collation : ab8, c6-v8, w6-z8 (6 and 8 alter- 
nately), A-c8 (last blank, missing).] 

Breydenbach (B. de). [Peregrinationes in Terram Sanctam], 
in Flemish, got(|ii' letter, woodcut views and other illus- 
trations as in the first Latin ed. of i486, orig. (?) wooden 
bds., with 17th century veil., centrepiece, brass clasps, blue 
edges, in case, not subject to return, Ghedruct doir meister 
Echaert rewich van vtrecht in die Stadt van mentzs 1488, 
xxiiij dach in Meye, etc., sm. folio (105), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quay itch, £9>o 
[First and only ed. in Flemish. Hain 3963, Proctor 159. 
The folding woodcut views have been repaired. Colla- 
tion : 190 (unnumbered) leaves in all, reckoning every 
leaf of views in the total.] 

Breydenbach (B. de). [Peregrinationes in Terram Sanctam], in 
German, gotflic letter, long lines. 36 to a full page, orna- 
mental initials, mor., plain, g.e., by Belz-Niedree, not 
subject to return, Augsburg, A. Sorg, 1488, sm. folio (249), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby ^ Halliday, £^ 

[First ed. in German. No woodcut views were issued 
with this ed.] 

Breydenbach (B. de). Peregrinationes in Terram Sanctam,, 
0Ot{)if letter, woodcut views and other illustrations (as in 
the first Latin ed. of i486), i8th century mor. ex., in the 
style of Derome, g.e., in case (the Wodhull copy), not 
subject to return. Per Petrum drach ciuem Spirensem im- 
pressum Anno salutis nostre 1490 die xxix. Julii finit 
feliciter, sm. folio (loi), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £go 
[Second Latin ed. Hain *3957. The Venice woodcut 
is repaired, the others in very fair condition. Collation : 
a-n8 (o omitted), pio=ii4 leaves + view of Holy City. 
Total number of single leaves, 120.] 

Breydenbach (B. de). [Peregrinationes in Terram Sanctam], 
in Spanish, first ed. in Spanish, got^ic letter, trans, by 
Martinez Dampies (title mended, as well as some leaves, 
and two or three of the views in fac), folding views and 
woodcuts in the text, mor. ex., g.e., Caragoca, P. Hurus, 
1498, sm. folio (120), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £^^ 

Breydenbach (B. de). [Peregrinationes in Terram Sanctam], 
flOtrjic letter, woodcut views and other illustrations, front, 
col., mor. ex., g.e., by Chambolle-Duru, in case, not 
subject to return. Per Petrum drach due Spirensem 
imp'ssum Anno 1502 die xxiiij nouebris, sm. folio (102), 
Dec. 10, Christie Edwards, £^t 

[Third Latin ed., with his copies of the original cuts. 
Proctor 1 1 190. The front, is from the original block. 

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Duplicate plate of Modon. Collation : a6, b-m8 = 94 
leaves, unnumbered x view of Holy City. ^15 5s., de- 
fective, mor. ex., June 17, Sotheby, Lot 913.]^ 

Breydenbach (B. de). [Peregrinationes.] Dis buch ist inn- 
haltend die heilige reysen gein Jherusalem, lit. gott)-, long 
lines, 48 to a full page, 7 large folded wood views (some 
margins mended) and numerous woodcuts, not subject 
to return, mor. ex., g.e., by ChamboUe-Duru, Absque ulla 
nota, " Ere sey gott in der hohe " [? Spirae, Peter Drach, c. 
1505], folio (1973), Nov. 22, Sotheby Tregaskis, £62 

Bridel (Louis). Le Pour et le Contre ou Avis a ceux qui se 
proposent de passer dans les Etats-Unis d'Amerique. 
Suivi d'une description du Kentucky et du Genesy, map, 
with moveable shps, cf. (loose), owner's leather label, 
Paris, 1803, i2mo. (479), Dec. 12, American Art Associa- 
tion I37-50 

Bridgens (R.) Sketches illustrative of the Manners and Cos- 
tumes of France, Switzerland and Italy, col. front, and 48 
col. plates, hf. roan, uncut, 1821, 4to. (3187), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Sotheran, £^ 4s. 

Bridgens (R.) West India Scenery, 27 plates, mor., g.e., 
n.d., folio (275), Jan. 23, Puttick F. Edwards, £2 4s. 

Bridges (Jno.) History and Antiquities of Northamptonshire, 
port, by Vertue and plates (wanted three of the plates 
mentioned in the " Directions," but has the Ecton plate 
and an additional map (Bowen's), 2 vol., russ. gt. (chafed), 
Oxford, 1 79 1, folio (1040), Oct. 23, Sotheby Murray, £5 5s. 

Brigitta (S.) Revelationes Coelestes, printed on veil., got^ic 
letter, double columns, 46 lines to a page, with signatures, 
15 woodcuts (14 full-page) and woodcut initials, old hf. 
mor., veil, sides (Ashburnham copy, £ji in 1897) [Lubeck, 
Barth. Ghotan, 1492], folio (79), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £155 
[First Latin ed., those of Nuremberg, 1481, and Rome, 
1488, being doubtful. The last 30 leaves (a-c) consisting 
of the " Visiones Extra vagantes " are missing, and a few 
leaves stained. In the blank spaces are written in a 
contemp. hand the Bulls of the Popes relating to these 
writings. Hain *3204, Proctor 2625.] 

Brigitta (S.) Revelationes Coelestes, Qotf)ic letter, 18 woodcuts 
and the Imperial and Waldauf arms, cf., blind tooling, 
Nuremberg, A. Koberger, 21 Sept., 1500, folio (80), Dec. 
10, Christie Quaritch, £2<^ 

[Second Latin ed. There are slight wormholes and 
stains on a few leaves and one or two leaves repaired. 
Hain 3205, Proctor 2124. Collation : 14 prel., a-z, a-f8, 
gh6 (last blank), a-f8, g6 (last blank) = 312 leaves, un- 
numbered (the last blank is missing in this copy). Illus- 
tration in catalogue.] 

Brigitta (S.) Revelationes Coelestes [in German]. Title: Das 
puch der Himhschen offenbarung der heiligen wittiben 
Birgitte von dem kunigreich Sweden, gotf|ic letter, 53 lines 

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V Oct., 191 7 to Aug., 1918. [bri 

to pag«, woodcuts, oak bds. and stamped pigskin, with 
clasps, Nurnberg durch Anthonien Koberger, 1502, folio 
(82), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £2^ 

[First complete German ed., only preceded by three 
editions in Low German. At back of title is the monastery 
stamp, " Bibl. Buxheim." Collation: i.-v. 8 leaves, vi.- 
xi. 10 leaves, a6, b8, c-z6, a-x6, y8, z6, aa-gg6, hh8 (last 
leaf, probably blank, is missing), unnumbered.] 

Brigitta (S.) Revelationes Coelestes, got^ic letter, woodcut 
border to title, in 8 compartments, Imperial and Waldauf 
arms, each a full page, ornamental initials, Levant mor. 
ex., g.e., on the rough, Nuremberg, F. Peypus jor J. 
Koberger, 15 Nov., 1517, folio (81), Dec. 10, Christie 

Maggs.i-j 5S. 
[Third Latin ed. Muther 428, Proctor 11 125. Colla- 
tion: a8, b-z, A-G, a-f6, g-h8 = 234 leaves (clxxxii. + 52, 
unnumbered.] 

Brillat-Savarin (J A.) Physiologic du Go{it, a Handbook of 
Gastronomy, 500 printed, 52 orig. etchings by A. La- 
lauze, hf. parchment, g.t., uncut, 1884, 8vo. (36), June 
17, Sotheby Edwards, /i i6s. 

Brinkley (F.) Japan, its History, Arts and Literature, col. 
and other plates, 12 vol., orig. cl., 1903-4, 8vo. (36), Oct. 
23, Sotheby Selby, £11 

[;^I2 15s., same state, June 17, Sotheby, Lot 1075.] 

Brinton ^D. G.) Library of Aboriginal American Literature, 
8 vol. complete, mor. ex., t e.g.. by Zaehnsdorf (with 
several autograph letters of Brinton inserted), Phila- 
delphia, 1882-90, 8vo. (694), May 14, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ^13 los. 

Brinton (D. G.) Papers on American Indian Languages, Folk 
Lore, etc., 106 papers, in three pamphlet cases and i vol., 
hf. mor., Philadelphia, v.d., 8vo. (693), May 14, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ^5 los. 

Brinton (D. G.) Papers on American-Indian Languages, etc. 
South American Native Languages— Nagualism — Natchez 
— Names of the Gods in the Kiche Myths — Aboriginal 
American Authors — Grammar of the Cakchiquel Lan- 
guage of Guatemala — Philosophic Grammar of American 
Languages — Grammar of the Choctaw Language, together 
8 pamphlets, six hf. mor , two bds., Philadelphia, 1870-94, 
8vo. (692), May 14, Sotheby Quaritch, £1 los. 

Brinton (D. G.) [Works.] Essays of an Americanist, hf. mor. 
gt., g.e., Philadelphia 1890 — American Hero-Myths, hf. 
mor. gt., g.e., ib., 1882 — Basis of Social Relations, J. 
Murrav, 1902 — The Religious Sentiment, N. Y., 1876 — 
Notes on the Floridian Peninsula. Philad., 1859, together 
5 vol., 8vo. (695), May 14, Sotheby Quaritch, £1 i8s. 

Brinton (D. G.) [Works.] Myths of the New Worid, first and 
second eds., JV.F., 1868-76 — The American Race, ib., 1891 
— Religions of Primitive Peoples, 1897 — Races and 
Peoples, 1890 — Pursuit of Happiness, 1893— Maria Cande- 

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laria. an Historic Drama, Philadelphia, 1897, together 7 
vol., 8vo. (691), May 14, Sotheby H. Stevens, £2 6s. 

Bristow (Richd.) Brief e Treatise of divers Plaine and Sure 
Waies to finde out the truth (hole in last leaf), unbd.. 
Printed at Antwerpe, with Privilege, 1599, 8vo. (1057), 
July 22, Sotheby Bailey, £2 15s. 

British Essayists, ed. by Alex. Chalmers, complete set, 45 vol., 
with the " Looker On," 4 vol., ports., hf. cf., together 49 
vol., 1803-8, 8vo. (226), Nov. 5, Sotheby Gregory, £1 los. 

British Essayists, ed. by J. Ferguson, ports., 45 vol., old mor. 
gt., g.e., 1819, sm. 8vo. (38), July 22, Sotheby 

Rimell, £6 los. 

British Essayists, with Prefaces by L. T. Berguer, ports., 45 
vol., mor., 1823, 8vo. (1301), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Edwards, £$ 7s. 6d. 

British Essayists, ed. by J. Ferguson, ports., 40 vol., complete, 
mor. gt., g.e., 1823, i8mo. (87), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Sawyer, £g 5s. 

British Gallery of Pictures from the Old Masters, descriptions 
by H. Tresham and W. Y. Ottley, 25 col. plates (each cut 
round and mounted, inscriptions pasted on backs), hf. 
mor., 1818, folio (556), April 29, Sotheby Rimell, £22 

British Hunts and Huntsmen. Containing Short History of 
each Fox and Stag Flunt in the British Isles, with Bio- 
graphical Records of Masters, etc., ports, and illustrations, 
4 vol., hf. mor., g.e., 1908-11, folio (1282), Dec. 4, Sotheby 

Gregory, £6 

British Museum. Autographs. Warner (Dr. G. F.) Facsimiles 
of Royal, Historical, Literary and other Autographs, 
Series 1-5, facs., 1898-9, folio (1014), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £1 i6s. 

British Museum. Prints and Drawings, Division I., Political 
and Personal Satires, 3 vol. in 4, orig. cl., 1870-77, 8vo. 
(40), July 22, Sotheby Hill, £1 14s. 

British Novelists, ed. by Mrs. A. L. Barbauld, 50 vol., hf. roan, 
1820, 8vo. (37), Oct. 23, Sotheby C. 6- E. Brown, £$ 

British Numismatic Journal, ed. by Carlyon-Britton and 
others, plates. First Series, 10 vol., and Second Series, 
Vol. i., together 11 vol., buckram, t.e.g., 1905-16, sm. 4to. 
(912), Oct. 24, Hodgson Grant, £2 15s. 

British Poets, with Prefaces Biographical and Critical, by 
Samuel Johnson, ports., 75 vol., mor. gt., g.e., 1790 (350), 
Dec. 4, Sotheby Quaritch, £^^6 

British Poets, Whittingham's ed., full set, 100 vol., contemp. 
mor. ex., g.e., in fine state, Chiswick, 1822, fcap. 8vo. (91), 
July 26, 1917, Hodgson (Lot 91) Sawyer, £2^ los. 

British Poets, complete set of Pickering's Aldine eds., ed. by 
Alex. Dyce and others, ports., 53 vol., mor. gt., t.e.g., 
uncut, by Root and Son, Pickering, 1830-1845, i2mo. 
(6), March 6, American Art Association $400 

[With all the hf .-titles. All the volumes, with the excep- 
tion of the Burns, are first eds.] 

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British Poets, comprising the Works of Surrey, Wyatt, Fal- 
coner, Akenside, Young, Parnell, Goldsmith, Beattie, 
Gray, Shakespeare, CoUins and White, Pickering's Aldine 
eds., ports,, 13 vol., mor., g.e., by Hayday, not uniform 
in colour, Pickering, 1831-53, i2mo. (31), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Maggs, £2 73. 6d. 

British Poets. Pickering's Aldine eds. Spenser, 5 vol. (a few 
leaves stained and torn), 1839 — Shakespeare, 1842 — 
Churchill, 3 vol. (a few leaves stained), 18/J4, all orig. el. 
(one defective and four with labels damaged), together 9 
vol., Pickering, 1839-44, T2mo. (145), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Spencer, £15 los. 

British School at Athens. Nos. 2 to 6, 8, 10. 14 and 16 to 21. 
1895-1916, 8vo. (394), June 26, Puttick Bailey £5 15s. 

British Theatre, ed. by Mrs. Inchbald, character ports., 25 
vol., cf. gt., 1808, sm. 8vo. (41), July 22, Sotheby 

Galloway, £^ 5s. 

Britton (Jno.) Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain, 
LARGE PAPER, engraved titles and plates, 5 vol., 1807-26 — 
Picturesque Antiquities of the English Cities, plates on 
India paper, woodcuts, 1830, together 6 vol., uniform hf. 
mor., t.e.g., 1826-30, 4to. (42), July 22, Sotheby 

Galloway, £2 15s. 

Britton (Jno.) Architectural Works, large paper, titles, 
plates, 26 vol. in 16, mor. ex., g.e., fine set, 1807-38, 4to. 
(54), April 29, Sotheby Hardy, £17 los. 

Britton (Jno.) Picturesque Antiquities of English Cities, 
proof plates by Le Keux and woodcuts, largest paper, 
with a duplicate set of etchings of the plates, the woodcuts 
on India paper, 12 copies so printed, hf. mor. gt., g.e., 
1830, folio (1041), Oct. 23, Sotheby Hardy, £2 5s. 

Broad Views. A Monthly Periodical dealing with all Subjects 
of General Interest, ed. by A. P. Sinnett, Vol. i.-vii., 
1904-7, 8vo. (418), Dec. 17, Sotheby Lawrence, £1 is. 

Broinowski (G. C.) Birds of Australia, 300 col. plates, with 
descriptions, 6 vol. in 3, hf. mor. gt., g.e., Melbourne, 
1890-91, folio (566), July II, 1917, Hodgson (Lot 566) 

Wheldon, £1$ 5s. 

Brome (R.) Dramatic Works, now first collected, port., 3 
vol., cf. gt., g.e., by Mansell, 1873, 8vo. (238), Nov. 5, 
Sotheby Hill, £2 

Brome (R.) Five New Playes, viz., Madd Couple well Matcht, 
Novella, Court Begger, City Witt, Damoiselle, first ed., 
with separate titles, old cf. (one leaf defective), Humphrey 
Moseley, 1653, 8vo. (236), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Davis &• Orioli, £2 2S. 

Brome (R.) Lachrymal Musarum : The Tears of the Muses 
exprest in Elegies . . . upon the death of the most hopeful! 
Henry Lord ^Hastings, first ed., front, by F. Clein (shaved) 
and folding sheet at p. i (a few headlines touched), auto- 

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graphs on fly-leaf, contemp. sheep, T. Newcomb, 1649-50, 
8vo. (590), April 8, Sotheby Pickering, £j^ 

[There are two issues of this book, one in 1649 and the 
other in 1650 (the former having 27 contributions and the 
latter 36) ; the earlier title-page was suppressed, and the 
1650 one substituted ; two leaves were added between 
pp. 42-3, and 9 leaves after p. 74, containing the extra 
poems, including one by Dryden (his first printed produc- 
tion). The above copy shows the book and titles in both 
states, and in addition has inserted the two leaves, sign. 
F I, 2, containing a postscript and the poem by A. Marvel, 
which appears also on the leaves inserted between pp. 42 
and 43, which were cancelled in most copies.] 

Bronte (A.) Tenant of Wildfell Hall, first ed., 3 vol., hf. mor. 
gt., t.e.g., 1848, 8vo. (246), Nov. 5, Sotheby Spencer, £2 4s. 

Bronte (C.) Jane Eyre, by Currer Bell, second ed., 3 vol., 
1848 — Shirley, a Tale, 3 vol., 1849 — Villette, 3 vol., 1853, 
together 9 vol., hf. cf., m.e., 1848-53, 8vo. (39), Oct. 23,. 
Sotheby Sotheran, £-^ 15s. 

Bronte (C.) Life, by Mrs. E. C. Gaskell, first ed., ports., 2 vol., 
hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., 1857, 8vo. (243), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Crawshaw, 15s. 

Bronte (C.) Shirley, a Tale, first ed., 3 vol., hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., 
1849, 8vo. (241), Nov. 5, Sotheby Grainger, £1 8s. 

Bronte (C.) The Professor, a Tale, first ed., 2 vol., hf. mor. 
gt., t.e.g., 1857, 8vo. (244), Nov. 5, Sotheby Masters, 15s. 

Bronte (C.) Villette, first ed., 3 vol., hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., 1853^ 
8vo. (242), Nov. 5, Sotheby Grainger, £1 

Bronte (E.) Wuthering Heights, first ed., 2 vol., hf. mor. gt.,. 
t.e.g., 1847, 8vo. (245), Nov. 5, Sotheby Spencer, £2 

Brooke (E. A.) The Gardens of England, col. plates and 
vie:nettes, hf cf., 1857, folio (534), May 23. Puttick 

Edwards, £2 2S. 

Brooke (Rupert). Home, the orig. autograph MS. of a poem 
of four verses, signed (1979), April 22, Christie, presented 
by Mr. J. C. Squire £i:s- 

[Two of the verses are printed in the catalogue.] 

Brooke (Sir R.) Ascun Novell cases de les ans et temps le 
Roy H. 8, Ed. 6 et la Roygne Mary escrie ex la graund 
abredgement, first ed., blocfe letter, MS. notes in an old 
hand on title (damp-stained), old cf., R. Tottyl, 1578, 
8vo. (916), Feb. 20, Sotheby Tregaskis, £1 14s. 

Brookshaw (Geo.) Pomona Britannica, col. plates, russ. gt., 

g.e. (upper cover damaged), T. Bensley, 1812, folio (55), 

April 29, Sotheby Edwards, ;^io 15s. 

[£6, mor. ex. (rubbed), name on dedication, July 29, 

Sotheby, Lot 129.] 

B[roughton] (R.) New Manual of Old Christian Catholick 
Meditations (a few notes shaved), veil. [Douay], 161 7, 8vo. 
(473), Aug. 7, Sotheby Hardy, £4 4s. 

Brown (Dr. Jno.) Rab and his Friends, one of 12 copies 
printed in folio, with India proofs of the 7 plates, blue cl.,. 

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uncut (Noel Paton's copy), Edinb., Edmondstone & 
Douglas, 1862, folio (907), May 14, Sotheby Hopkins, £2 2S. 
[The orig. autograph MS. on 23 pages, small 4to., was 
sold for /40 on March 27, 1906, Sotheby. Lot 202.] 

Browne (H. K ) A Run with the Stag-Hounds, 12 col. plates, 
bds., 1863, oblong folio (545), May 23, Puttick 

Maggs, £2 7s. 6d. 

Browne (H. K.) Hunting Bits, by " Phiz," 12 col. plates, 
Chapman & Hall, n.d. — A Run with the Hounds, by 
" Phiz," no separate title, 12 col. plates, Fores, n.d. — 
How Pippins enjoyed a Day with the Foxhounds, by 
"Phiz," no separate title, 12 col. plates, ih. (1863), together 

3 vol., orig. pictorial bds. (rebacked), oblong folio (810), 
April 29, Sotheby Derby, £12^ 

Browne (H. K.) The Derby Day, by " Phiz "—The Road 
and the Course, 8 large tinted plates, hf. roan (issued in 
printed bds.), n.d., folio (2983), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Spencer, £2 2S. 

Browne (Sir T.) Letter to a Friend, upon Occasion of the 
Death of his Intimate Friend, orig. ed. (6 leaves), new 
mor.. Printed for Charles Brome at the Gun, at the West- 
End of S. Paul's Church-yard, 1690, sm. folio (105S), July 
22. Sotheby Bailey, £->,o 

Browne (Sir T.) Pseudodoxia Epidemica, first ed. (no port, 
in this ed. nor in any other prior to that of 1669), old cf., 
1646, folio (1042), Feb. 20, Sotheby Edwards, £5 

[£i IS., old cf.. May 23, Puttick, Lot 538.] 

Browne (Sir T.) Works, port, by R. White, old cf., 1686, folio 
(1533), April 8, Sotheby Edwards, £2 i8s. 

Browne (Sir T.) Works, ed. by Simon Wilkin, port, and fac, 

4 vol., cf., W. Pickering, 1836, 8vo. (781), Oct. 24, Hodg- 
son G. H. Brown, £2 2s. 

[Browning (E. B.)] Essay on Mind, with other Poems, first 
ed., orig. bds., uncut, 1826, 8vo. (1286), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Preston, £$ 

Browning (E. B.) Essay on Mind, Auto. MS., 77 pages 4to., 
complete except for the analysis and notes, in the orig. 
envelope in which it was kept by the authoress, with the 
title in her writing, silk wrappers, mor. case, gt., by 
Sangorski and Sutcliffe, 8vo. (2854), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Prest. £^^ 

Browning (E. B.) Essay on Mind, Auto. MS., qo pages 4to., 
complete except for one page of the notes to Book L 
and two pages of notes to Book IL, mor. gt., in compart- 
ments, silk end papers, in case, by Sangorski and Sut- 
cliffe (2855), Feb. 25, Sotheby Jordan, £66 

Browning (E. B.) Essay on Mind, with other Poems, first 
ed., orig. bds., presented by Miss Barrett's father to John 
Kenyon and by him to Robert Browning, with inscrip- 
tions, auto, notes on the poems, 4 pages 4to., by John 
Kenyon, both in. silk wrappers, mor., drop case, gt. back, 

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by Sangorski and Sutclifie, 1826, 8vo. (3005), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Maggs, £15 los. 

Browning (E. B.) Lines on a portrait of Riego's widow, 
Auto. MS. of 40 lines, including 4 in pencil, 2 pages 4to., 
and Lines on the death of Lord Byron, Auto. MS., 2 pages 
4to., 37 lines (imperfect), both hinged on cardboard, 
mor. gt., corner ornaments, in case, by Sangorski and 
SutcliSe (2858), Feb. 25, Sotheby Preston, ;^io 

Browning (E. B.) Lines on the port, of the widow of Riego, 
Auto. MS., 32 lines, 2 pages 4to., signed with initials, 
hinged on cardboard, mor., borders and corner ornaments, 
inside dentelles, by Sangorski and SutcUffe (2859), Feb. 
25, Sotheby Preston, £11 

[This poem was published in ten stanzas, with The 
Essay on Mind, 1826. This is probably an early draft, 
as it differs widely from the printed text.] 

Browning (E. B.) Note-book, containing drafts of the pre- 
face, notes and analyses of The Essay on Mind, etc., in 
all about 44 pages folio, with Auto, inscription on the 
upper cover, " E. B. Barrett, Boulogne, 1824," silk 
wrappers, mor. case, by Sangorski and Sutcliffe (2856), 
Feb. 25, Sotheby Crowther, £11 

Browning (E. B.) Note-book, with upwards of 50 pages 8vo., 
Auto, notes, silk wrappers, mor. gt., by Sangorski and 
Sutcliffe (2853), Feb. 25, Sotheby Maggs, £10 

[The notes include a draft of paraphrases on Apuleius, 
lines on " The Human Passions," two preliminary drafts 
for " Prometheus Bound," draft translation of Dante's 
" Inferno," Canto I., some original verses believed to be 
unpublished, etc.] 

Browning (E. B.) Poems, new ed., presentation copy, with 
inscription, " R, H. Home, with grateful regard from 
E. B. B.," 2 vol., 1850, 8vo. (386), April 29, Sotheby 

Masters, £^ 5s. 
[£^, same copy, July 22, Sotheby, Lot 1021.] 

Browning (E. B.) Poems, 3 vol., MS. inscription on hf. -title 
of Vol. i., " Mrs. E. B. Browning with the respects of the 
Publishers, March, 1858," and in the autograph of the 
poetess, " Given by E. B. B. to R. B., Paris, October 2, 
1858," pencil corrections occur throughout the vol., 
especially in Vol. iii., probably by the poetess, and on the 
end fly-leaf of the latter vol. is a pencil note in the auto- 
graph" of R. Browning, orig. cl., in silk wrappers, mor. 
slip case, by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, New York, 1857, 8vo. 
(3006), Feb. 25, Sotheby Tregaskis, ;^io 

Browning (E. B.) Poems before Congress, first ed., inscrip- 
tion on hf. -title in the autograph of Robert Browning, 
" Dearest Pen, June 5, '66," silk wrappers, mor. drop- 
case, by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, i860, sm. 8vo. (3007), 
Feb. 25, Sotheby Richeton, £g los. 

Browning (E. B.) " Prometheus Bound,." Auto. MS., 40 pages 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bro- 

folio of the drama and preface, new mor. ex., g.e., by 
Sangorski and Sutcliffe (2857), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Post, 1^2 

Browning (E. B.) Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point, first 
ed., orig. printed yellow wrapper, 1849, 8vo. (138), Nov. 
13, Puttick Shepherd, £t^ 12s. 6d, 

Browning (R.) Asolando, Fancies and Facts, orig. Auto. 
MS., from which the volume was printed, 93 pages 4to., 
mor., by Proudfoot, with the poet's coat-of-arms on the 
upper cover, t.e.g., in case, by Sangorski and Sutcliffe 
(2868), Feb. 25, Sotheby Groves, £^i(y 

Browning (R.) Bells and Pomegranites, orig. Nos. i.-v. 
(should be Nos. i.-viii., 1841-46), hf. mor., E. Moxon, 
1 84 1 -3, 8vo. (566), July 22, Sotheby Samuels, £2 los. 

Browning (R.) Dramatis Persona?, veil., uncut. Doves Press, 
1910, 4to. (659), Aug. 7, Sotheby Maggs, £^ los. 

Browning (R.) La Saisiaz : The Two Poets of Croisic, first 
ed., presentation copy, with inscription, " Mi s Haworth 
with R. B.'s affectionate regards, May 15, 1878," 1878, 
8vo. (301 1), Feb. 25, Sotheby Edwards, £2. los. 

Browning (R ) Men and Women first ed., 2 vol., with A.L.s., 
I page, from author inserted, name "Frederic G. Stephens" 
on both titles and inscription by him, orig. cl., uncut 
(frayed), 1855, 8vo. (45), June 17, Sotheby Dohell, £^ 5s. 

Browning (R.) Men and Women, 2 vol., rubrics supplied by 
hand in green and blue (by E. Johnston), veil., uncut,. 
Doves Press, 1908, 4to. (658), Aug. 7, Sotheby Maggs, £1-^ 

Browning (R.) Pacchiarotto and how he worked in Distemper, 
first ed., presentation copy, with inscription, " Fanny 
Howarth from her old and affectionate friend, R. B., 
July 18, '76," 1876, 8vo. (3010), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Edwards, £\ 

Browning (R.) Paracelsus, first ed., autograph presentation 
copy from Dante G. Rossetti, with sign, of P.-R. B.. cl. 
(broken) and lettered P.-R. B. on both sides, 1835, 8vo. 
{39). June 17, Sotheby Heffer, £^ los. 

Browning (R.) Pauline, a Fragment of a Confession, first 
ed., orig. bds., with label, in mor. drop-case, by Sangorski 
and SutcUffe, Saunders and Otley, 1833, sm. 8vo. (3009), 
Feb. 25, Sotheby Maggs, £^10 

Browning (R.) Poems, 2 vol., inscribed in the author's auto- 
graph, " Mrs. Jameson, with R. B.'s affectionate regards, 
Paris, May 8, '52," orig. cl., Boston, 1850, 8vo. (no), 
Jan. 23, Puttick James, £12 

Browning (R.) Ring and the Book, Auto. MS. notes for, 
1^ pages 4to. (2867), Hopwood, £1^ 

Browning (R.) Ring and the Book, first ed., 4 vol . with 
A.L.s., 2 pp., from author, name on title, orig. cl., uncut, 
1868-69, 8vo. (47), June 17, Sotheby Maggs, £2 2S. 

Browning (R.) Sordello, first ed., with A.L.s. (initials), lipp., 
from author pasted on inside front cover, name " Frederic 

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G. Stephens, P. R. B., 1849," on title, orig. cl. (worn), 
1840, 8vo. (42), June 17, Sotheby Dobell, £^ 

Browning (R.) Sordello, first ed., inscribed on hf. -title, 
" Frederic G. Stephens, From his old Friend, W. M. R.," 
autograph envelope from author inserted, orig. cl , uncut, 
1840, 8vo. (41), June 17, Sotheby Mattheivs, £2 i8s. 

Browning (R.) Strafford, first ed., paper wrappers, uncut, as 
issued, 1837. 8vo. (40), June 17, Sotheby Heffer, £^ 

Browning (R.) Works, large handmade paper, one of 250 
copies, 3 ports, and 2 illustrations on India paper, 17 vol., 
buckram, uncut, 1888-94, 8vo. (162), Dec, 4, Sotheby 

Bumpus, £1^ 
[£17 los., same state, March 25, Sotheby, Lot 409.] 

Browning (R.) Works, Centenary ed., introduction by F. G. 
Kenyon, 526 copies printed, ports., 10 vol., hf. mor., g.t., 
1912, 8vo. (196), July 29, Sotheby Sergent, £j 15s. 

[Bruce (J. C.)] Lapidarium Septentrional e, maps and illus- 
trations, hf. mor. (rubbed), t.e.g., as issued, 1875, folio 
(292), June 17, Sotheby Steadman, £2 12s 

Bruce (J. C.) The Bayeux Tapestry Elucidated, col. plates, 
fancy bds., 1856, 8vo. (155), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Pickard, £1 is. 

Bruce (J. C.) The Roman Wall, third ed., folding maps, 
litho. plates and cuts, hf. mor., 1867, 4to. (595), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Barton, £^ 

Bruce (Jas.) Travels to discover the Source of the Nile, port., 
maps and plates, 8 vol., cf. gt., plates in separate vol. in 
hf. cf., 1805, 8vo. and 4to. (46), July 22, Sotheby 

Blundell, £1 15s. 

Bruce (Jno.) Annals of the Honorable East-India Company, 
3 vol., old cf., 1 8 10, 4to. (56), April 29, Sotheby 

Edwards, £'^ los. 

Brugis (T.) The Marrow of Physick, old cf., P. Parker, 1669 — 
Treatise concerning the Manner of fallowing of ground, 
old cf., Edinburgh, 1724, together 2 vol., 4to. (45), July 22, 
Sotheby Thorp, £2 i8s. 

Brugman (Joh.) Vita S. Lijdwi, got^ic letter, 26 woodcuts, 
including the large initial P. and the two small shields 
and ornamental initials, mor., g.e., by L. Claessens (from 
the Huth collection). Hoc opus dei jauete gr'a ex pleteu^ 
scieddmis. Anno 1498, sm. 4to. (106), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, ;^I40 
[Hain 4002, Proctor 9180. Collation: a8, b-t6, u8 = 
124 leaves, unnumbered (sheet c and d transposed). Last 
3 leaves repaired and made up in fac] 

Bnine (Joh. de). Emblemata of Zinne-werck, roman and 
italic letter, 51 hf.-page plates by W. de Pass, etc., orig. 
veil., Amst., bij Ian Eversten Kloppenburch, 1624, sm, 4to. 
(107), Dec. 10, Christie Maggs, £4. 

Brunet (J. C.) Manuel du Libraire et de 1' Amateur de Livres, 
fifth ed., with Dictionnaire de Geographic, and Supple- 
ment by P. Deschamps and G. Brunet, together 9 vol., 

(120) 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [brv 

7 in hf. russ., 2 unbd., Paris, 1860-80, 8vo. (3012), Feb. 
25, Sotheby Heffer, £g 9s. 

Brunfels (Otho). Herbarum Vivae Eiconeb, ad nature imita- 
tionem, etc., title in red and black within a woodcut 
border by Weiditz, and cuts of plants by him, also full- 
page cut (col.) of the ? author's coat-of-arms, old veil, 
(from the Kerrich and Hartshorne collections), Argent., 
per lo. Schottum, 1530, sm. folio (210), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, ;^io 
[First ed. A second and third volume were issued 
later. Collation: prel. 4 + pp. 266+33 leaves, unnum- 
bered. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Brunfels (Otho). Precationes Biblicae Sanctoru Patrfim, 
Illustrium Viroru et Mulierum utriusq. Testamenti, italic 
letter, title in red and black, by (Hans Weiditz), prel. 8-1- 
91 numbered + 1 unnumbered = 100 leaves, mor., g.e., 
Sirassburg, Jo. Schott, 1528, i2mo. (108), Dec. 10, Christie 

Tregaskis, £1 is. 

Bruno (Giovanni). Rime nuove Amorose, italic letter, mor. 
gt., y.e., Venetia, per Maestro Bernardino Vitale. ad in- 
stantia di M. lacoh da Borgofraytco del mesedi Marzo., 153s, 
8vo. (105), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £6 

Brusoni (G.) Le Curiosissime Novelle Amorose, libri quattro, 
mor. ex., g. on m.e., Venetia, S. Curti, 1663, sm. 8vo. (477), 
May 14, Sotheby Ellis, £^ 4s. 

Bnisonius (L. D.) Facetiarum Exemplorumq., Libri VII., 
ed. prima, title with border representing a boar hunt, 
ornamental scroll initials, mor. ex., g.e., [colophon] Im- 
pressum Romae per Jacobii MazochiU Romanae Academiae 
bibliopold, 15 18, folio (1976), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £6 

Brusonius (L. D.) Facetiarum exemplorumque libri VII., 
orig. ed., title within ornamental woodcut (small hole in 
last leaf), XVIIIth century French mor. gt., g.e., Romae 
per lacobum Mazochium, XV. Kal. Septe., 1518 [the year 
added by means of a hand-stamp'], folio (479), May 14, 
Sotheby Edwards, £q 

[£^ 15s., mor. gt., wormed, apparently the same copy, 
June 10, Sotheby, Lot 106.] 

Brusonius (L. D.) Facetiarum Exemplorum lib. VII., lit. 
ital., old mor. gt., with coat-of-arms, t.e.g., Basil., s. I., 
4to. (423), Dec. 17, Sotheby £2 15s. 

Bryan (M.) Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, 2 vol.» 
1 81 6, J. Payne Collier's copy, with autograph inscrip- 
tions ; an additional volume of MS. Lives of Artists, and 
MS. Index, 4 vol., 4to., with the Collection of about 
1,300 portraits to illustrate it, in 11 vol. folio, and one vol. 
of photographs, all uniform in white veil., each vol. having 
the monogram W. G. in gold on the upper cover, with 14 
framed ports., and the mahogany cabinet in which the 
collection stood, lengthy description of contents in cata- 
logue (237), Dec. 17, Sotheby Payne, ;^90 

(121) 



bry] Book-Prices Current. 

Bryan (M.) Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, ed. by 
Graves and Armstrong, 2 vol., artist's marks, orig. hf. 
buckram, 1899, imp. 8vo. (10), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Parsons, £2 14s, 

Bryant (W. C.) The White-Footed Deer and other Poems 
[The Home Library; Poetical Series, No. I.], pp. (6), 24 
(i), orig. wrappers, uncut, hf. -title and front, blank leaf 
unopened. New York, I. S. Piatt, 1844, i2mo. (125), Nov. 
19, American Art Association $70 

[First ed. and a very fine copy. Reproduction of front 
wrapper in catalogue.] 

Brydges (Sir S. E.) Censura Literaria, 10 vol., contemp. cf. 
gt., g.e., 1805-9, 8vo. (697), Oct. 23, Sotheby Hill, £1 i8s. 

Brydges (Sir S. E.) Restituta ; or, Titles . . of Old Books, 
4 vol., cf. ex., by F. Bedford, 1814, 8vo. (1058), April 8, 
Sotheby Heffer, £2, 

Buchan (P.) Ancient Ballads and Songs of the North of 
Scotland, first ed., port., 2 vol., orig. cl. bds., uncut, labels 
intact, Edinb., W. & D. Laing, etc., 1828, 8vo. (701), 
May 14, Sotheby Hopkins, £^ los. 

[Presentation copy from the author to Ch. Kirpatrick 
Sharpe, with an autograph letter saying this is " the very 
first copy," etc. Inscription of author on title of Vol. i. 
and an extra port, inserted in Vol. ii.] 

Buchanan (Geo.) Ane Detectioun of the duinges of Marie 
Quene of Scottes touchand the murder of hir husband, 
trans, out of the Latine by G. B[uchanan], blacfe XtiitC 
(title and a few leaves defective), mor., g.e. [J. Day, 1572], 
i2mo. (220), Dec. 6, Hodgson Dobell, £g 12s. 6d. 

Buck (S. and N.) Antiquities, or Venerable Remains of above 
400 Castles, Monasteries, Palaces, etc. in England and 
Wales, 428 engravings, 3 vol., contemp. cf. (rubbed), 1774 
— Nearly 100 Views of Cities and Chief Towns in England 
and Wales, orig. ed., 83 plates (complete), hf. russ., uncut, 
1728-48, together 4 vol., 1728-74, foUo (1042), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Pickard, £^^ 

Buckhurst (Earl of Dorset). Tragedy of Ferrex and Porrex. 
See Sackville 

I^Buckingham (Geo. Villiers, Duke of).] Poetical Reflections 
on a late Poem entituled Absalom and Achitophel, first 
ed. (hole in text throughout the leaves), hf. cf., uncut, 
1682, folio (711), April 8, Sotheby Pickering, £1 6s. 

Buckingham (R. Greville, Duke of). Memoirs of the Court 
and Cabinets of George the Third, ports., 4 vol., cf. ex., 
1853-5, 8vo. — Memoirs of the Court of England during 
the Regency, ports., 2 vol., 1856 — Memoirs of the Courts 
and Cabinets of William IV. and Victoria, ports., 2 vol., 
1861, together 8 vol., uniform cf. gt., m.e., 8vo. (50-51), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Sawyer, £5 5s. 

Buddhist (The), the English Organ of the Southern Church 
of Buddhism, ed. by C. W. Leadbeater, 12 vol. in 11, hf. 
cf., Colombo, 1888, 8vo. (427), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

/j22) Edwards, £4 



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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bun 

Buffon (Comte de). Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux, upwards 
of 1,000 col. plates, 10 vol., contemp. cf. gt., g.e., Paris, 
1 770- 1 786, 4to. (59), Dec. 3, American Art Association 

$135 

Buffon (Comte de). Histoire Naturelle, g6n6rale et particu- 
lidre, col. plates, 54 vol., cf. gt., Aux Deux-Ponts, chez 
Sanson, 1785-90, sm. 8vo. (48), July 22, Sotheby 

Thorp, £1 

Bulgarini (Belisario). Repliche alle Risposte del Sig. O. 
Capponi sopra le prime cinque Particelle delle sue Con- 
siderazioni intorno al Discorso di G. Mazzoni composto 
in difesa della Comedia di Dante, Siena, Luca Bonetti, 
1585 — Risposte a Ragionamenti del Sig. I. Zoppio intorno 
alia Commedia di Dante, ib., 1586, contemp, Italian mor. 
gt., arms of a Cardinal (a Pegasus rampant, on a mound), 
painted in centre of covers, g.e., together 2 vol., 4to. 
(107), June 10, Sotheby Sutton, £'j 

Bulleid (A.) and St. G. Gray (H.) The Glastonbury Lake 
Village, plates, 2 vol., Glastonbury Antiquarian Society^ 
191 1, 4to. (892), June 17, Sotheby Quaritch, i6s. 

BuUen (A. H.) Collection of Old English Plays, 4 vol. — New 
Series, 3 vol., together 7 vol., one of 150 copies on Dutch 
handmade paper, hf. mor., t.e.g., Privately printed, 1882-90, 
4to. (883), April 8, Sotheby Hill, li^ 

BuUen (A. H.) England's Helicon, 1887 — Lyrics from the 
Song Books of the Elizabethan Age, 1887 — More Lyrics ,. 
1888, and 2 others, large paper, together 5 vol., orig, 
hf. sheep, 1887-90, 8vo. (54), Oct. 23, Sotheby Bain, l-^ 5s. 

Bulletin de I'Ecole Fran9aise d'Extreme-Orient, Tome I. k 
Tome Xin., illustrated, wrappers (Vol. i. and ii. hf. bd.), 
Hanoi, 1901-13, 4to. (344), March 4, Christie 

London Library, ;^I2 

Bui wer (John). Anthropometamorphosis : Man Transform 'd, 

or The Artificial Changeling, first ed., front, (cut close) 

and engravings, cf.. Printed by William Hunt, 1653, 4to. 

(246), Dec. 4, Sotheby Sawyer, £^ 

[£^, same copy, April 29, Sotheby, Lot 246.] 

Bunbury (H.) Academy for Grown Horsemen, first ed., 12 
engravings in brown, orig. bds., uncut, 1787, folio (629), 
July 29, Sotheby Maitland, i8s. 

Bunbury (H.) Academy for Grown Horsemen, third ed. — 
Annals of Horsemanship, col. plates, 2 parts in i vol., 
new mor. ex., by Sangorski and SutcHffe, 1808, 4to. (3181), 
Feb. 25. Sotheby Rimell, £j 15s. 

[£i IS., old cf., the 2 vol. in i, plates in bistre, same sale. 
Lot 3182 ; £1 IS., ib., same sale, Lot 3183 ; £'j 15s., 
mor. ex., plates col., same sale. Lot 3018; £<) 15s., mor. 
gt., g.e., the " Academy " only, plates col., same sale. 
Lot 3019, both the latter copies dated 1809.] 

[Bunbury (H.)] Academy for Grown Horsemen — Annals of 
Horsemanship, 2 vol., in i, 29 col. plates after H. Bun- 

(123) 



bun] Book-Prices Current. 

bury (front, to Vol, ii. shaved), hf. cf., 1812, 4to. (614), 
Aug. 7, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 8s. 

Bunyan (J.) Barren Fig-Tree, first ed. (margin of title cut 
away, last leaf defective and several leaves soiled), cf., 
Jonathan Robinson, 1673, i2mo. (175), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

£1 IBs. 

Bunyan (J.) Barren Fig-tree, engraved port., with 2 leaves 
of books printed for Jonathan Robinson at end, mor. ex., 
g.e., by Wallis, J. Robinson, 1688, i2mo. (176), Dec. 6, 
Hodgson £1 4s. 

Burchadus de Biberach. Hystoria Friderici imperatoris magni, 
roman letter, painted initials, orig. wooden bds. and 
buckskin, stamped compartments (rebacked), the Ash- 
burnham copy (/8 in 1897), \s.n., Augsburg, Monastery of 
SS. Ulrich & Afra, c. 1474], sm. folio (109), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, £1^ los. 

[First ed. Hain 8718, Proctor 1633. Inside front 
cover is a large woodcut ex-libris of Chris. Scheurl the 
elder, 1535. Collation: 46 leaves (first and last blank). 
£g I OS., mor., g.e., one leaf wanting, March 18, Christie, 
Lot 865.] 

[Burchadus de Biberach.] Hystoria Friderici imperatoris 
magni, s.n. {Augsburg, Monastery of SS. Ulrich &> Afra, c. 
1474) — Adelff (Joh.) Barbarossa. Ein warhafftige bes- 
chreibung des lebens vnd der geschichten keiser Friderichs 
des ersten, genant Barbarossa, 0ot()ic letter, double columns 
of 40 lines, large cut on title of Barbarossa on horseback 
and 23 other woodcuts in text (including a view of Venice), 
mor., g.e., Strassburg, A. Farckal for J. Griininger [Rein- 
hard], 1530, sm. folio (no), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, /lo los. 
[Collation : A4, b-h6, i 4, k8, l6, m6, N4 = 74 leaves, 
with signatures and foliation (5-6 are missing in foliation, 
but the book is complete).] 

Burchell (W. J.) Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa, 
large folding map, col. folding and other views and plates 
of costume, with the slip of errata, some leaves foxed, 2 
vol., orig. bds., uncut, 1822-24, 4to. (276), July 26, 1917, 
Hodgson /13 los. 

Burger (G. A.) Leonora, trans, by J. T. Stanley, wanting pp. 
1-4 of the German text, col. front, and two col. vignettes 
by W. Blake (title defective and some leaves frayed), 
wrappers (soiled and torn), not subject to return, 1796, 
4to. (184), June 17, Sotheby Matthews, £^ 5s. 

Burgess (H. W.) Eidonendron : Views of the general character 
and appearance of Trees, port, and plates, russ. gt., g.e., 
arms of Earl Fitzwilliam, 1827, imp. folio (58), April 29, 
Sotheby Spencer, £3 5s. 

Burgkmair (Hans). Der Weiss Kunig, 237 full-page woodcuts 
by Burgkmair, Schaufelein, L. Beck, etc., parchment gt., 

(124) 



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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bur 

g.e. (with ex-libris of the Marquis d'Adda), Wien, Jos. 
Kurzbocken, 1775, folio (429), Dec. 10, Christie 

Tooth, £11 IDS. 
[First ed. Accompanying this copy is the Supplement 
published at Paris by Tross in 1869 (folio, hf. mor.), con- 
sisting of facsimiles of 8 of the 13 missing blocks (lost 
from the original set before 1775). Collation : ab2. Table 
4, pp. 308+ 237 leaves of woodcuts.] 

Burgkmair (Hans). Images de Saints et Saintes issus de la 
famille de I'Empereur Maximilien I., 119 woodcuts, hf. 
mor., uncut, Wien, 1799, folio (58), Dec. 10, Christie 

Tooth, £s 
[The woodcuts are really 123 in number; 121 blocks 
are preserved at Vienna, three of which are so badly in- 
jured that they were omitted from the edition of 1799, 
while two more subjects exist in old proofs, though the 
blocks are lost.] 

Burgkmair (Hans). Triomphe de I'Empereur Maximilien I 
en une suite de 135 planches grav6es en bois, text in 
French and German, hf. russ. (one back off), uncut, 1796, 
folio (44), June 3, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^io 

Burgo (Lucas de). Summa de Arithmetica, Geometria, Pro- 
portioni et Proportionalita, got^tc letter, diagrams, etc. 
[Hain 4105, Proctor 5168], old leather and oak bds., 
Venetiis [Paganinus de Paganinis], 1494, sm. folio (128), 
March 18, Christie Quaritch, /lo los. 

Burgoyne (J no.) State of the Expedition from Canada as 
laid before the House of Commons, maps, cf. ex., 1780, 
4to. (59), April 29, Sotheby H. Stevens, £^ 12s. 6d. 

Burgundia (Ant. k). Mundi Lapis Lydius sive Emblemata 
Moralia, 51 plates of emblems by Jo. Galle, mor. gt., g.e., 
Antverp. (1665), 4to. (432), Dec. 17, Sotheby Maggs, £8 los. 

Burke (Edm.) Works, Library ed., 16 vol., cf. gt., 1826-27. 
8vo. (203), Oct. 24, Hodgson £^ 5s. 

[£^ i2s. 6d., cf. gt., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 61.] 

Burke (Jno. and Sir J. B.) Landed Gentry of Great Britain 
and Ireland, port., i vol. in 2, old hf. mor., r.e., 1858, 
imp. 8vo. (66), Jan. 22, Sotheby Crompton, 15s. 

Burke (Sir J. B.) Genealogical History of the Dormant and 
Extinct Peerages, plates of arms, hf. mor., m.e., 1866, 
roy. 8vo. (433), Dec. 17, Sotheby James, £2 i6s. 

Burke (Sir J. B.) Royal Descents and Pedigrees of Founder's 
Kin, pedigrees, hf. mor., g.e., 1858, imp. 8vo. (65), Jan. 
22, Sotheby Hardy, 12s. 

Burke (Sir J. B.) Visitation of the Seats and Arms of the 
Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great Britain, Both Series, 
plates, 4 vol., orig. cl., 1852-5, imp. 8vo. (64), Jan. 22, 
Sotheby Low, £1 i6s. 

Burley (Walter). In Libros VIII. Phisicorum Aristotelis Ex- 
positio, ed. 'princeps, lit- flOtf). parva, 276 leaves, with 
signs. [Hain *4i36, Pellechet 3077], rubricated, first page 
with a decorated initial and coat-of-arms with initials 

(125) 



bur] Book-Prices Current. 

A. M. below, contemp. MS. notes (letter and note of R. 
Proctor inserted), old russ. gt. (broken), WodhuU arms, 
Paduae, impressus Bonus Gallus et Thomas de Capitaneis, 
1476. 18 Julii, folio (1981), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £2j 

Burley (Walter). Super decern libros Ethycorum Aristotelis 
expositiones, lit. QOtl)., 234 leaves (including 2 blanks, the 
last wanting), with signs. [Hain *4i43, Proctor 4566, 
Pellechet 3079], painted initials, contemp. German oak 
bds. and stamped pigskin, clasps, paper title label on 
upper cover, contemp. inscription on a paper label in 
cover, " Ex legato egregii Viri Artium et sacre Theo®. 
doctor dni Joannis krener ex Scherding Concionatoz Heil- 
pronnensis," with engraved ex-libris, " Pars Biblioth. 
Civit. Heilbrons," pasted below the colophon, [colophon] 
Venetiis per Octavianum Scotuz Modoetiensem Anno Salutis 
MO cccc Lxxxi. Sexto idus Mail, folio (1982), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £6 

Burlington Fine Arts Club. Catalogue of a Collection of 
Italian Sculpture, 69 plates, buckram. Privately printed, 
1913, 4to. (132), March 18, Christie £/^ 

Burlington Fine Arts Club. Catalogue of Early English 
Portraiture, buckram, 1909, folio (581), Dec. 19, Hodgson 

Barnard, £1 14s. 

Burlington Fine Arts Club. Catalogue of English Embroidery, 
buckram, 1905, folio (580), Dec. 19, Hodgson 

Hitchman, £2 

Burlington Fine Arts Club. Catalogue of English Mezzotint 
Portraits, buckram, 1902, folio (579), Dec. 19, Hodgson 

Batsford, £^ los. 

Burlington Fine Arts Club. Catalogue of European Steel and 
Iron Work, buckram, 1900, folio (578), Dec. 19, Hodgson 

Edwards, £^ 3s. 

Burlington Fine Arts Club. Catalogue of French Art of the 
Eighteenth Century, photogravures, buckram. Privately 
printed, 1914, 4to. (129), March 18, Christie £^ 15s. 

Burlington Fine Arts Club. Catalogue of Pictures of the 
Umbrian School, buckram, 1910, folio (582), Dec. 19, 
Hodgson Barnard, £1 2S. 

Burlington Fine Arts Club. Catalogue of Pictures of the 
Venetian School : Titian and his Contemporaries, plates, 
buckram. Privately printed, 191 5, 4to. (131), March 18, 
Christie £^ 

Burlington Fine Arts Club. Exhibition of a collection of 

Silversmiths' Work of European origin, large paper, 116 

illustrations, orig. buckram, as issued, 1901, folio (460), 

March 25, Sotheby Walford, £6 15s. 

[;^5 I OS., as issued, small paper, July 29, Sotheby, Lot 

472.1 
Burlington Fine Arts Club. Exhibition of Ancient Greek Art, 
112 plates, orig. buckram, 1904, folio (117), July 29, 
Sotheby Stephenson, £^ 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bur 

Burlington Fine Arts Club. Exhibition of Bookbindings, 
LARGE PAPER, 113 platcs of facs. in colour and 3 photo- 
graphic specimens added, pigskin ex., g.e., 1891, folio 
(461), March 25, Sotheby Kenyan, £i^ 

[;^io 5s., as issued, small paper, Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 

597-] 

Burlington Fine Arts Club. Exhibition of Chased and Em- 
bossed Steel and Iron Work, plates, large paper, buckram, 
1900 — Catalogue of a Collection of Italian Sculpture, 
plates, large paper, buckram, 19 13, together 2 vol., 4to. 
(426), Feb. 20, Sotheby Neumayer, £6 15s. 

Burhngton Fine Arts Club. Exhibition of Early English Por- 
traiture, plates, buckram, as issued, 1909, folio (523), 
July 22, Sotheby Vascher, £4 

Burlington Fine Arts Club. Exhibition of Illuminated MSS., 
large paper, 162 plates, 1908, folio (994), Jan. 22, 
Sotheby Hartland, £6 2S. 6d. 

Burlington Magazine (The), Vol. i.-vii. in 6, orig. buckram gt., 
g.t.. Vol. viii.-xii. in parts as issued, together 11 vol., 
1903-8, 4to. (68), Aug. 7, Sotheby Parsons, £2 7s. 

Burlington Magazine (The) from its commencement to 19 15, 
illustrations, 26 vol. in 25, orig. cl. gt., 1903-15, 4to. (28), 
Nov. 26, Christie ;^20 

Bumaby (A.) Travels through the Middle Settlements in 
North America, old cf., 1775, 8vo. (63), April 29, Sotheby 

Heffer, £2 

[Burnaby (C.)] Love Betray'd, or the Agreable Disapoint- 
ment, a Comedy, first ed. (stained throughout), mor. ex., 
g.e., by Riviere, Printed for D. Brown, 1703, 4to. (756), 
April 8, Sotheby £1 12s. 

Burne (Nicol). Disputation concerning the Controversit 
Headdis of Religion, two woodcuts (name on title, some 
leaves stained), limp veil., Paris, 1581, 8vo. (584), June 17, 
Sotheby Maggs, ;^io 

Burnet (Gilbert). History of his own time, large paper, 
2 vol., extended to 6 vol. by the addition of several hun- 
dred ports., views, maps, plans, autograph letters, etc., 
inlaid, mor. ex., Harleian style, g.e., by J. Clarke, 1724-34, 
folio (no), June 10, Sotheby Edwards, £84 

Burnett (W. H.) Views of Cintra, 14 col. lithographs, hf. 
roan, orig. wrappers bound in, J. Dickinson, n.d., folio 
(811), April 29, Sotheby Plait, £3 los. 

Bumey (C.) General History of Music, first ed., plates by 
Bartolozzi, Grignion, etc., after Cipriani and others, 
A.L.s. from the author, 6 pages 4 to., " Chelsea College, 
Feb. 2, 1 80 1," inserted, 4 vol. (stained, and Vol. ii. not 
uniform in size), old cf. gt., 1776-89, 4to. (646), Dec. 12, 
Hodgson Maggs, £2 6s. 

Bumey (Frances). Camilla, first ed., 5 vol., old cf., 1796, 8vo. 
(97), April 20, Sotheby Bumpus, £^ 3s. 

Bumey (Frances). Cecilia, first ed., 5 vol., old cf., 1782, 8vo. 
(96), April 29, Sotheby Bumpus, £^ 

(127) 



bur] Book-Prices Current. 

Burney (Frances). Diary and Letters, ports., etc., 7 vol., 
orig. cL, 1842-6, 8vo. (345), Jan. 22, Sotheby Low, £2 12s. 

Burney (Frances). Diary and Letters, ports., 7 vol.,"'hf. of. 
gt., m.e., 1854, 8vo. (346), Jan. 22, Sotheby Lov), £1 14s. 

Burney (Frances). Diary and Letters, ed. by her Niece, 
ports, and fac, 7 vol., hf. cf. gt., 1854, 8vo. (589), Nov. 5, 
Sotheby Maggs, £1 8s. 

[Burney (Frances).] Evelina, first ed., 3 vol., old sheep 
(broken). Printed for T. Lowndes, 1778, 8vo. (3020), Feb. 
25, Sotheby Edwards, £22 

{£20, old cf., April 22, Christie, Lot 2314.] 

Burney (J as.) Chronological History of the Discoveries in the 
South Sea, maps and plates, 5 vol. in 4, old cf. gt., m.e. 
(upper cover of Vol. ii. loose), bookplate of H.R.H. Princess 
Sophia, 1803-17, 4to. (52), July 22, Sotheby 

Edwards, £'] 7s. 

Burns (R.) Autograph MS., signed initials, \ page 4to., " On 
Chloris requesting me to give her a spray of a sloe-thorn 
in full blossom," R.B., set to music by William Shield and 
sung as " The Thorn " ; the MSS. has slight variations 
{see catalogue) (542), March 4, Christie Spencer, ;^33 

Burns (R.) Autograph MSS., comprising eleven fragments of 
22 pages, folio, of draft (somewhat injured by damp) of a 
letter to Dr. Moore, giving an account of his life and career 
(published fully in Dr. Currie's ed. of Burns), arranged 
for view within an old glazed frame (1787) (927), July 22, 
Sotheby Walker, £'z\ 

[This was found by Dr. Currie after the poet's death. 
Though the document is much injured, many characteristic 
words and passages remain intact. A description in Dr. 
Currie's handwriting reads, " Original Drt. of his letter to 
Dr. Moore in wh. he gives an Act of his Life."] 

Burns (R.) Autograph Poem, written in Friars' Carse Her- 
mitage, 57 lines, 2 pages folio, framed (2872), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Walker, £\-^^ 

[The Manuscripts of this poem differ greatly from one 
another and from the printed version which was added to 
1he Edinburgh ed. of 1793 (see extracts in catalogue).] 

Burns (R.) Autograph Poem, " Lament for James Earl of 
Glencairn," consisting of ten stanzas of eight lines each, 
4 pages 4to., framed (2871), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Hopkins, ;^240 

[This manuscript presents variations from the printed 

poem. In most cases (but not in all) it agrees with the 

Edinburgh University MS. (see transcripts in catalogue).] 

Bums (R.) Autograph Song, " Tune, Roy's wife," three 
stanzas of four lines each, and on the reverse two stanzas 
from another song (see extracts in catalogue), (2870), 
Feb. 25, Sotheby Edwards, £66 

Burns (R.) Autograph Verses, To Mr. Graham of Fintrv, 97 
lines, on 3^ pages folio, dated 1788, lengthy note in the 
catalogue (2873), Feb. 25, Sotheby Walker, £1^^ 

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Bums (R.) Merry Muses of Caledonia, cf. ex., uncut, t.e.g.. 
Privately printed, 1827 (? 1867), square 8vo. (705), May 14, 
Sotheby Edwards, £1 15s. 

Bums (R.) Occasional Address — spoken by Miss Fontenelle 
on her Benefit night, orig. holograph MS., 3 pp. 4to., 
commencing : — 

" Still anxious to secure your partial favour. 
And not less anxious sure this night than ever, 
A Prologue, Epilogue, or some such matter. 
Would damp my bill, thought I, in nothing better." 
(1987), April 22, Christie, presented by Mrs. Alfred Morri- 
son ;^9a 

Bums (R.) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, first ed. 
(soiled throughout, one or two words rubbed and partly 
obliterated, final leaf of preface mended and defective, 
leaf p I torn and corner torn off leaf t 4), old cf. gt., m.e., 
(7|in. by 4|in.), Kilmarnock, printed by John Wilson, 
1786, 8vo. (1018), July 22, Sotheby Sahin, ;(8i 

Bums (R.) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, first Edin- 
burgh ed., with MS. additions by Robert Chambers and 
Robert Hogg, brother of the " Ettrick Shepherd," port, 
by Beugo, new hf. mor., rough edges, Edinburgh, printed 
for the Author and sold by Wm. Creech, 1787, 8vo. (1059), 
July 22, Sotheby Hill, If 

Burns (R.) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, first Edin- 
burgh ed., port, by Beugo, mor. gt., g.e., by Riviere (title 
slightly torn), Edinb., 1787, 8vo. (700), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Edwards, £^ i8s. 
[£/[, hf. cf., £^ 15s., cf. gt., Jan. and Feb., Sotheby.] 

Bums (R.) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, first Edin- 
burgh ed., with the error " Boxburgh," port, (the hf.- 
title, port., title and a few leaves washed and 3 leaves 
repaired), orig. bds. (cleaned) and label, uncut, Edin- 
burgh, 1787, 8vo. (957), June 17, Sotheby Ewing, £j los. 

Burns (R.) Works, ed. by J. Currie, port., 4 vol., 1813 
Reliques of Robert Burns, collected by R. H. Cromek, 
1813, together 5 vol., mor. gt., silk linings, uncut, t.e.g., 
by Zaehnsdorf, 1813, 8vo. (437), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Bump us, £S 5s. 

Burtius (N.) Musices Opusculum, Ut. flott)., 68 leaves, woodcut 
diagrams, musical examples printed from wooden blocks, 
hf. veil. [Proctor 6565, Hain 4145], illustration in catalogue 
of page of music, [colophon] Impensis Bundicti librarij 
bonon, ac suma industria ugonis de rugerijs ; qui propatis- 
sinius {sic) huius artis exactor impressus Bononie. Anno 
domini m.cccclxxxvij, die ultima aprilis 1487, 4to. (72), 
May 13, Sotheby Ellis, £7,6 

Burton (J. H.) History of Scotland from Agricola's Invasion 
to the Revolution of 1688, 7 vol., 1867-70 — History of 
Scotland, 1689-1748, 2 vol., 1853, together 9 vol., uniform 
cf. ex., m.e.T by Riviere, 8vo. (60), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Australian Book Co., £4 los. 

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Burton (Jno.) Monasticon Eboracense, plans, russ., g.e., 
York, 17 58, folio (438), Dec. 17, Sotheby France, £1 los. 

[Burton (R.)] Anatomy of Melancholy, first ed., with the 
leaf of errata (title and dedication, with one or two other 
leaves written on or scored and corner of title defective), 
old cf., Oxford, John Lichfield and James Short, for Henry 
Cripps, 1621, 4to. (139), Dec. 6, Hodgson Edwards, £^0 

Burton (R.) Anatomy of Melancholy, first ed., mor., inside 
gt. borders, g.e., by Lortic, fine copy, Oxford, John Lich- 
field and James Short for Henry Cripps, 1621, 4to. (439), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Edwards, £\'] 

[;^39, old cf., last 2 leaves mended, Feb. 25, Sotheby, 
Lot 3184.] 

{Burton (R.)] Anatomy of Melancholy, first ed., title and 
errata in fac, XVIIth century cf., with stamped panels 
of a XVIth century English cf. binding, initials R. W. 
inserted as doublures, Oxford, Jo. Lichfield and Ja. Short 
for Henry Cripps, 1621, thick sm. 4 to. (1060), July 22, 
Sotheby Heffer, £\ i 

[;^44, mor. ex., holes in some leaves, others stained, Aug. 
7, Sotheby, Lot 185.] 

I^Burton (R.)] Anatomy of Melancholy, fourth ed., engraved 
title by C. Le Blon, in compartments, and the rare leaf of 
"The Arguments of the Frontispiece" (re-margined), new 
cf. gt., Oxford, printed for Henry Cripps, 1632, sm. folio 
(90), March 6, American Art Association $17.50 

{Burton (R.)] Anatomy of Melancholy, seventh ed., en- 
graved title in compartments, one with a port, of the 
author, by C. Le Blon, hf. -title, mor. ex., m.e., autograph 
signature of Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, H. Cripps, 
1660, folio (112), June 10, Sotheby E. Stevens. £6 los. 

[;^3 5s., hf. russ.. May 14, Sotheby, Lot 595-] 

Burton (Sir R. F.) Abeokuta, port., plates, 2 vol., 1863 — The 
City of the Saints, plates, maps, 1861 — Scinde, 2 vol., 1851 
— A Mission to Gelele, King of Dahome, illustrations, 2 
vol., 1864, together 7 vol., orig. cl., 8vo. (1310), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Edwards, £2 12s. 

Burton (Sir R. F.) Book of the Sword, illustrations, orig. cl., 
1874, 8vo. (53), June 17, Sotheby Hill, £2. 2s. 

Burton (Thos.) Diary, ed. by J. T. Rutt, plates and facs., 
4 vol., 1828, 8vo. (880), Jan. 22, Sotheby Bumpus,£i is. 

Busk (Hans). The Banquet in three Cantos, 18 19 — The 
Dessert, a Poem, to which is added The Tea, 1819 — 
Fugitive Pieces, in Verse, 18 14 — The Vestriad, a Poem, 
1819, in 2 vol., engravings col. by hand, mor. gt., g.e., 
1814-9, 8vo. (348), Nov. 5, Sotheby Spencer, £6 

Busy Body (The), or Men and Manners, ed. by Humphrey 
Hedgehog, Esq., col. humorous plates by Williams and 
others, 4 vol., cf., 1816, 8vo. (352), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Spencer, £5 los. 

Butler (A. G.) British Birds, with their Nests and Eggs, col. 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [bvr 

and plain plates, 6 vol., orig. cl., n.d., 4to. (450), July 29, 
Sotheby Hill, £11 6s. 

Butler (Chas.) Principles of Musik, first ed., musical notation, 
(diagram on p. 32 shaved at foot, a few leaves shaved and 
a few headlines cut close), cf. gt., 1636, 4to. (73), May 13, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £1 los. 

Butler (H.) South African Sketches, illustrative of the Wild 
Life of a Hunter, col. and other plates, orig. cl., Acker- 
mann, 1841, folio (628), July 29, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 5s. 

Butler (S.) Hudibras, the first [-second] part, first ed., in i 
vol., orig. sheep, coat-of-arms with inscription " Sigill. 
Pet. Venables Bar. de Kinderton " stamped in centre of 
covers, signature on title, A.L. in third person of Mons. 
de St. Amand, dated 16 May, 1816, addressed to Lady 
Harcourt inserted, in case, Part I., J. G. for Richard 
Marriot, 1663 — Part II., T. R. for John Martyn and 
James Allestry, 1664, 8vo. (113), June 10, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^ 

Butler (S.) Hudibras, ed. by Dr. Z. Grey, large paper, 
port, and plates by Hogarth, 2 vol., mor. gt., g.e., Cam- 
bridge, 1744, roy. 8vo. (444), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Dobell, £1 i6s. 

Butler (S.) Hudibras, ed. Dr. Z. Grey, large paper, ports., 
plates and woodcuts on India paper, 3 vol., mor. gt., g.e., 
1819, 8vo. (3023), Feb. 25, Sotheby Sotheran, £8 5s. 

Butler (S.) Hudibras, col. plates by J. Clark, 2 vol., mor. gt., 
g.e., 1819, 8vo. (1156), Oct. 23, Sotheby E. Stevens, £4. 15s. 

Butler (S.) Hudibras, with notes, 12 col. p ates, by I. Clark, 
2 vol., mor. gt., g.e., London, Printed for Akerman, 1822, 
8vo. (91), Dec. 3, American Art Association $20 

Butler (S.) [Works.] Poetical Works, Pickering's Aldine ed., 
port., 2 vol., mor., g.e., by Hayday, Pickering, 1835, 8vo. 
(353). Nov. 5, Sotheby Maggs, £1 4s. 

Buxton (G. F.) Life in the Far West — Adventures in Mexico 
and the Rocky Mountains, 17 orig. water-colour drawings 
by the author inserted, together 2 vol., hf. mor. gt., g.e., 
Murray and Blackwood, 1849, 8vo. (665), May 14, Sotheby 

Edwards, £^ 15s. 

Byrd (W.) Psalmes, Sonets and Songs of sadnes and pietie, 
5 parts in i vol., woodcut device on each title, musical 
notation (several leaves mended), mor. gt., g.e., by F. 
Bedford, T. East, the assigns of W. Byrd, 1588, 4to. (74), 
May 13, Sotheby Terry, £51 

Byrd (W.) Songs of sundrie Natures, 6 parts in i, musical 
notation, woodcut initials (wanting 4 leaves, a few lower 
margins shaved), hf. bd., Thomas East, the assigns of W. 
Byrd, 1589, 4to. (75), May 13, Sotheby Terry, £^g 

Byrd (W.), Bull (J.) and Gibbons (O.) Parthenia, or The 
Mayden-headj)f the first Musick that ever was printed for 
the Virginals, engraved plates of music (title-page defec- 
tive), cf. gt., by Zaehnsdorf, J. Clarke, 1655, folio (180), 
May 13, Sotheby /12 los. 

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Byron (Lord). Bride of Abydos, first ed., with the rare errata 
sUp, lo lines added in MS. at end, T. Davison for J. Murray, 
1813 — Siege of Corinth, Parisina, first ed., 18 16 — The 
Corsair, 18 14 — The Giaour, with 6 pages of lines added in 
MS., 1813, in I vol., hf. mor., 8vo. (3025), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Recheton, £6 

Byron (Lord). [Childe Harold.] Sixty-two Engravings on Steel 
by E. and W. Finden, from drawings by Warren, Cres- 
wick and other artists to illustrate " Childe Harold's 
Pilgrimage," India proofs before letters, mounted, with a 
special printed title and index, hf. mor. ex., t.e.g. (J. 
Murray, 1841), roy. folio (911), May 14, Sotheby 

Edwards, {^ 15s. 

[Byron (Lord).] Don Juan, cantos i and 2, orig. bds., uncut, 
1819, 4to. (227), Nov. 13, Puttick Maggs, £2 los. 

Byron (Lord). Don Juan, 6 plates, Cantos 1-5, cf. gt., t.e.g., 
G. Smeeton, 1821, 8vo. (3027), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Sotheran, £^ 17s. 6d. 

Byron (Lord). English Bards and Scotch Eeviewers, first 
ed., orig. printed bds. (mended), uncut. Printed for James 
Cawthorn, British Library, No. 24, Cockspur Street [1809], 
Svo. (307), June 3, Sotheby Preston, £15 

[Three leaves, b-f 3 in sixes. The first genuine ed. of 
this work with the watermark E and P, 1805, on thick 
paper.] 

Byron (Lord). Fugitive Pieces, presentation copy, with auto- 
graph inscription, "J. M. B. Pigot, Esq^," on the hf.- 
title and drawing of the Byron arms, corrections through- 
out and some manuscript inserted and notes on the covers 
not in the poet's writing, wanting pp. 17-20 and all after 
p. 58, fac. of pp. 17-20, paper covers, uncut. Printed by S. 
& J. Ridge, Newark, 1806, 4to. (305), June 3, Sotheby 

Philpot, ;^20o 

Byron (Lord). Hours of Idleness, first ed. (title and a few 
leaves spotted and first leaf of contents defective), mor. 
ex., t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, Newark, S. & J. Ridge, 
1807, 8vo. (509), Dec. 19, Hodgson Woore, £5 

Byron (Lord), Hours of Idleness, 1807 — English Bards and 
Scotch Reviewers, Cawthorne, n.d., the two works inlaid 
in 3 folio vol., extra illustrated by the insertion of upwards 
of 300 ports., 120 autograph letters, 145 views and other 
illustrations, etc., a series of 11 water-colour drawings by 
T. C. Dibdin, etc., lengthy description of contents in cata- 
logue, old russ. (rubbed), folio (229), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Philpot, £195 

Byron (Lord). Letters and Journals, by Thos. Moore, extra 
illustrated by the addition of several hundred ports., 
'/lews, holograph letters and documents, with Index in 
MS. [2 vol., 4to., 1830], bound in 7 4to. vol., mor., t.e.g., 
lengthy description in catalogue [1902] (103), Dec. 12, 
Hodgson Myers, £i\'] 

Byron (Lord). Original holograph MS. of a Poem addressed 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [byr 

to his friend Hodgson on Starting for Lisbon, 5 pp. 4to., 
signed, and dated Falmouth Roads, June 30tn, 1809, 
commencing : 

" Huzza ! Hodgson, we are going 
Our embargoe's off at last 
Favourable Breezes blowing 

Bend the canvas o'er the mast." 
(1988), April 22, Christie, presented by Mr. Alfred James 

Byron (Lord). Original holograph MS. poem, " I enter thy 
Garden of Roses," headed " Translation of the Romaic 
Song " and quotation in modern Greek, 36 lines of verse, 
with an auto, note in prose about the original song, 2| pp. 
folio, signed B (torn at the fold), published in Moore's ed., 
1833, Vol. ix., p. 6, and a letter relating to it (925), July 22, 
Sotheby ^aggs, £24 i8s. 

[Presented to the owner's father by the Honble. Augusta 
Leigh, the poet's sister, Dec. 12th, 1847.] 
Byron (Lord). Original holograph MS. verses. "Harriet, why 
that pensive brow ?" poem, addressed to Harriet Maltby, 
3^pp. 4to., 56 lines, signed and dated Jan. 10, 1807, some 
corrections made at a later date, with other verses to the 
same, beginning " Harriet, why such circumspection ?" 
I p. 4to., 12 lines, the first published in " Hours of Idle- 
ness," the second published 1898, and a copy of other 
verses to Harriet, 8 lines (268), June 3, Sotheby Philpot, £^2 
Byron (Lord). Original holograph MS. Verses written upon 
hearing the report that he had made Miss Bristol an offer 
of marriage, a parody upon " The little grey Man," in 
Monk Lewis's " Tales of Wonder," 138 lines, 11 pp. 4to, 
with signed and dated copy (Nov. 30, 1806), and a note 
by Miss Pigot on the wrapper, apparently unpublished 
(267), June 3, Sotheby Maggs, ;^8o 

[The note states that the report was conjectured to 
have been spread by the lady herself, and that the whole 
is a true tale, even the description of the lady's dress 
being accurate. The poem begins : — 

Mary Ann was a spinster in Southwell well known, 
The Darling was she of her parents alone, 
The Plague of her fellows by day and by night. 
So few in her presence could e'er find delight. 
For no maiden surpass'd. or perhaps ever can 
In prudish demeanour, the fair Mary Ann.] 
Byron (Lord). Original holograph MS. poem. " Young oak, 
when I planted thee deep in the ground," verses addressed 
" To an oak in the Garden of Newstead Abbey planted by 
the author, in the 9th year of age, this tree at his last visit 
was in a state of decay though perhaps not irrecoverable," 
3^ pp. 4to., 40 lines, dated in another hand March 15,1807, 
with two copies, published in " Works," 1832, Vol. vii., p. 
206 (269), June 3, Sotheby Philpot, £^2 

[A number of other original holograph MSS. by 

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Byron, extensively used by Mr. E. H. Coleridge for the 
Standard ed. of Byron's Poems, 1898, were sold at this 
sale (Lots 270-304). The preface to " Hours of Idleness " 
on 6 pp. 4to. realised £^^ (Lot 293), " The First Kiss of 
Love," 2 J pp. 4 to., published in " Poems on Various 
Occasions," ;^6i (Lot 274), etc. See catalogue.] 

Byron (Lord). Original holograph MS. Poem in six stanzas of 
24 lines, " To my dear Mary Anne " (Musters, nee Cha- 
worth), with a Poem in another hand, headed " Beauty," 
and a note from Mrs. Musters, presenting the poem to Miss 
Cursham, written on both sides of a single folio sheet 
(repaired and mounted) ; also another Auto. Poem by 
Byron, 12 lines, written in pencil and gone over again in 
ink by another hand, on the last end-paper and paste- 
down of Miss Cha worth's cop}'- of " The Letters of Mme. 
de Maintenon," Vol. i., 1772; also Four Letters to Miss 
Cursham, three from Sophy Musters and one from Mary 
Ann Musters, junr., in case, lettered, together 6 vol. 
(2874), Feb. 25, Sotheby Philpot, £6^ 

[Accompanying these relics is a letter from Mr. A. H. 
Hallam and an article from the " Athenaeum," June 11, 
1904. Both pieces of verse were written in 1804, when 
Byron was a boy of 16 at Harrow School.] 

Byron (Lord). Poems on various Occasions. Virginibus 
Puerisque Canto. Hor. Lib 3. Ode i, orig. bds., uncut, 
orig. label at back, fine copy, Newark, printed by S. &■ J . 
Ridge, 1807, 8vo. (306), June 3, Sotheby Sabin, ;^I32 

[According to an inscription by Elizabeth Pigot, inside 
the cover, this copy was given by Byron to William Smith 
of Southwell in 1807, by Smith to his wife, by her to her 
niece, Elizabeth Pigot, and by her to Colonel Thomas 
Wildman, of Newstead Abbey.] 

Byron (Lord). The Island, or Christian and his Comrades, 
first ed. (hf. -title stained), orig. wrapper, uncut, John Hunt, 
1823 (547), March 25, Sotheby Maggs, £2. 2S. 

Byron (Lord). [Works.] Coloured Illustrations (anonymous) 
to illustrate Lord Byron's Works, 40 plates col. by hand 
to imitate drawings, with quotations (no title), russ. gt. 
(cover broken). Published by Pyall &> Stroud, Russell St., 
Covent Garden, 1829, 4to. (843), May 14, Sotheby 

Halliday, £5 5s. 

Byron (Lord). [Works.] Finden's Illustrations, text by W. 
Brockedon, orig. issue, plates after Turner, Stanfield, etc.,. 

LARGE PAPER, InDIA PROOFS, 3 VOl., orig. mor. gt., g.C.,. 

Murray & Tilt, 1833-4, 4to. (844), May 14, Sotheby 

Lowe, £2 18 

Cabinet Choiseul. See Choiseul 

Cabinet Makers' Union Book of Prices, front., 181 1 — The 
London Makers' Book of Prices, with illustrative engrav- 
ings, 181 5 — Designs of Ornaments for Cabinet Furniture,, 
with prices, 181 1, together 3 vol. in i, cf., brass clasps 

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(one back off, the whole thumbed). 181 1- 15, 4to. (303), 
Aug. 7, Sotheby Rimell,£^ 

Cabinet PouUain. See PouUain 

Cacciaconti (Ascanio). Pelagrilli, commedia (a-c8), mor. ex., 
g.e., by Lloyd, Siena ad instantia delle Herede di Giouanni 
d'Alesandro Libraio, 1552, i2mo. (134), March 18, Christie 

£5 5S. 

[Cadogan (A. and H.)] Recollections of Rome in 1843, col. 
title and 10 col. plates, roan, n.d., folio (2984), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Shepherd, £1 los. 

Caesar (Julius). Commentarii de Bello Gallico, woodcuts 
(title defective and some leaves mended), contemp. 
Itahan binding, gt. tooled, gt. and gauffered edges (re- 
paired), Venetiis, Aldus, 1518-19, i2mo. (248), Dec. 6, 
Hodgson Myers, £6 

[/lo, mor., g.e., March 18, Christie, Lot 136.] 

Caesar (Juhus). Commentariorum de Bello Gallico libri, 
(edente Joan. Jocundo veronensi), maps and plates, 
orig. Aldine binding of dark mor., gold lines and title in 
gold on sides, gold gauffred edges, Venetiis in ^d. Aldi 
et And. Soceri, Mense Nov., 1519, 8vo. (136), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, ;^io 

Caesar (Julius). Les oeuures et briefues expositions de . . sur 
se faict des batailles de Gaule, lettres batardes, cuts i:^ 
the text and large cut on last leaf, mor. ex., g.e., by Lortic, 
from the Didot collection, Imprime nouuellement a Paris 
par la viusue seu Michel le Noir, s.d., sm. 4to. (137), March 
18, Christie Quaritch, ;£i8 

Caesar (JuUus). Ooera Omnia, ed. princeps, roman letter, 
long lines, 38 to a page, initial letter and border on first 
page, painted and illuminated in the Florentine style, 
with a coat-of-arms illuminated at foot, 14 other capitals 
in gold and colours, with extended decorations, old Eng- 
lish mor. gt. (from the Pembroke collection, £600 in 191 4) 
(wormholes and a few leaves browned), Rome in domo 
Petri de Maximus [C. Sweynheym and A. Pannartz, May, 
1649], sm. folio (135), March 18, Christie Maggs, ;^48o 

[Hain 4212, Proctor 3299. 275 copies were printed. 
Collation: 166 leaves +2 blanks, missing. Illustration in 
catalogue.] 

Caius (Jo.) De Canibus Britannicis, lib. I. — De Rariorum 
Animalium, lib. I. — De Libris Propriis, lib. L, the three 
works in i vol., with separate titles, veil,, Londini, per 
Gul. Seresium, 1570, 8vo. (484), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £6 5s. 

Calabrella (Baroness de). Evenings at Haddon Hall, illustra- 
tions by George Cattermole, in three states, early proofs 
and proofs on India paper, thick paper, mor. gt., t.e.g., 
orig. cl. covers bound in, fine copy, H. Colburn, 1846, imp. 
8vo. {70 jY, May 14, Sotheby Maggs, £5 15s. 

[los., orig. white cl. gt., ordinary copy, same sale. Lot 
708.] 

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Calandras (Philippus) . De arithmethrica {sic) opusculum, first 
ed., woodcut diagrams and full-page woodcut of the 
author (104 leaves), mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd (title and 
few leaves repaired), Firenze per Lorenzo da Morgiani et 
Giouan7ii Thedesco da Maganza, 1491, i2mo. (138), March 
18, Christie Quaritch, £26 

Calandras (Philippus). Pictagoras Arithmethrice introductor 
[recto of woodcut front.], diagrams (104 leaves), mor., g.e., 
by Lloyd, Impresso . . Fireze per Bernardo Zucchecta, lano 
1518, i2mo. (139), March 18, Christie Quaritch, ;i^i6 los. 

Caldecott (R.) Complete Collection of Pictures and Songs, 
ed. by Austin Dobson, col. plates and illustrations by E. 
Evans, linen bds., uncut, t.e.g., 1887, foho (448), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby France, £1 4s. 

Caldecott (R.) Picture (Children's) Books, a complete set of 
16 vol., col. illustrations, wrappers, as issued, n.d., 4to. 
(3186), Feb. 25, Sotheby Young, £2 i6s. 

[£2 4s., complete set, as issued, same sale. Lot 3185.] 

Calderini (D.) Commentarium in Valerium Martialem, ed. 
princeps, lit. rom., 316 leaves, without marks (a blank 
leaf wanting at the beginning) [Ha in 4235, Proctor 3460, 
Pellechet 3157], mor., g.e., [colophon] . . Impressi rome 
per magisirum Johannem Genszberg, ano Salutis m.cccc. 
Lxxiiii. die vero Martis. xxii. Mensis Martii, thick sm. folio 
(1987), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £^^ 

Calderinus (Jo.) Auctoritates Decretorum, lit. gotE). parva, 
60 leaves, without marks [Hain 4246, Proctor 1200], 
rubricated, painted capitals, old cf. gt., [colophon] . . 
Impresse Colonie Agrippine per me Petrum de Olpe sub 
anno a nativitate domini Millesimo quadringentesimo 
septuagesimo finite et complete ipso die lune xxiii. mensis 
Junii finiunt feliciter [1470 (1477)], sm. folio (1838), Nov. 
22, Sotheby Quaritch, /18 

[Although the date in the colophon is 1470, Proctor 
gives 1477, the word " Septimo " having apparently been 
omitted inadvertently.] 

Calderinus (Jo.) Commentarioli in Ibyn Ovidii, roman letter 
[Hain 4242], old cf. (from the Pembroke collection, ;^42 in 
19 1 4), Impressi sunt Rome arte . . . Impressorum Georgii 
Sachsel de Reichenbal et Earth. Golsch de Hohenbart clericoll , 
1474, sm. folio (140), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £^^ 2S. 

[Calendrier des Bergiers.] Cy est le Compost et kaledrier des 
bergiers, etc., lettres batardes (wanting the whole of sign, 
b), woodcut borders and woodcuts on title, numerous 
other woodcuts in the text, mor., g.e., by Lortic, A Paris, 
imprime par Guy Marchant . . . Lan M .cccc.iiii.xx.xvii. 
Le xvi iour de Septebre [1497], sm. folio (188), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, £60 

[Calendrier des Bergiers.] Le grat Calendrier et compost des 
Bergiers, lettres batardes, cuts and diagrams, French mor., 
g.e. (small portion of margin of i leaf wanting), illustra- 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [cam 

tion in catalogue, Imprime a Lyon par Claude nourry diet 
le Prince Lan, 1530, sm. 4to. (141), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £48 

Calendrier des Princes et de la Noblesse de France, etc., pour 
I'Ann^e 1769, old French mor. gt., arms on sides, g.e. 
(damaged), Paris, Veuve Duchesne, 1769, 8vo. (571), July 
22, Sotheby Samuels, £5 

Calengier. Item men mach hier in Scriven met prienten 
ghemaect van Goud, of van Silver, of van Ten, of van 
Coeper, of van Laettoen ende met eende natten dingher 
machment wt doen, etc., lit. QOt^. parva (8 leaves) [at 
end, " Die maniere om te leeren Cyfferen ende rekenen metter 
pennen," lit. flOt^. (12 leaves), with 12 blank leaves of 
cardboard between for memoranda], contemp. Antwerp 
leather, with stamped rolls of fabulous animals, with 
legends, and name Willhelmus Bach (?), with flap and 
brass style for clasp, rebacked, in fair condition, a 
singular specimen of i6th century Flemish binding, 
I'Antwerpen by Jan Seners op die Lomhaerde Veste, 1527, 
i2mo. (1988), Nov. 22, Sotheby Tregaskis, £2^ 

Calfhill (Jas.) An Answer to the treatise of the Cross (written 
by John Martiall and printed at Antwerp in 1564), cf. ex., 
g.e., by Rividre, Henry Denham for Luke Harrison, 1565, 
4to. (482), April 29, Sotheby Barnard, £1 14s. 

Calliope ; or, Enghsh Harmony, fronts, and head-pieces, en- 
graved throughout on 400 pages by Henry Roberts, 2 
vol., old cf. (rebacked), n.d. (1739), 8vo. (630), Dec. 12, 
Hodgson Rimell, £4 17s. 6d. 

[/3 I OS., cf.. May 13, Sotheby, Lot 6.] 

Cambanis (Vitalis de). Tractatus Clausularum, etc., ed. 
princeps, lit. QOt^., 227 leaves, the first blank [Hain 4277], 
illuminated initial, painted capitals, russ. gt., g.e., by 
Staggemeier, WodhuU copy, [colophon] Impressum . . 
Napoli . . Per Magistrum Mathiam Moravum . . sumptu . . 
Joannis Anthonii Camos . . in anyiis domini m.cccclxxviii. 
Die nona mensis Aprilis, large folio (1992), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch , ;^ 1 8 

Cambria Depicta. See Pugh (E.) 

Cambrian Mountains, or a Tour through Wales, col. plates, 
orig. cl., 1851, 4to. (600), Nov. 13, Puttick Spencer, £^ 15s. 

Cambridge Modern History, planned by Lord Acton, ed. by 
A. W. Ward and others, complete set, with the atl£LS of 
141 col. maps, 14 vol., hf. mor. gt., g.t., Cambridge, 1903-12, 
8vo. (71), Oct. 23, Sotheby C. cS- E. Brown, £g 

[£(j 15s., same state, full set, as above, 1907-12, Feb. 
28, 1917, Hodgson, Lot 79.] 

Cambridge Natural History, ed. by S. J. Harmer and A. E. 
Shipley, illustrations, 10 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g., Macmillan, 
1909 (995), April 29, Sotheby Runciman, ;{io los. 

Camden (W.)- Britannia, enlarged by R. Gough and J. 
Nichols, port., maps and plates, 3 vol., russ. (binding 
defective), 1789, folio (1045), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

/ J - _\ Schumacher, £2 



cam] Book-Prices Current. 

Camden (W.) Britannia, enlarged by R. Gough and J. 
Nichols, port., maps and plates, 4 vol., russ. (joints of 
one cover broken), 1806, folio (1046), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Hardy, £2 

Camden (W.) Remaines Concerning Britaine, cf. gt., John 
Legatt, 1614, 8vo. (615), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Woodward, £2 5s. 

Camden Society. PubHcations, including Promptorium Par- 
vulorum ; Parts 2 and 3, Wright's Political Songs, etc., 
75 vol., orig. cl., 1838-71, 8vo. (476), Oct. 24, Hodgson 

Harding, £^ 

Camden Society. Publications, New Series, Vol. i. to xxxviii., 
including the star Vol. xvi., together 39 vol., orig. cl., 
1871-85, sm. 4to. (477), Oct. 24, Hodgson 

Harding, £^ 7s. 6d. 

Camerarius (Jo.) De Philippi Melanchthonis Ortu, Totius 
Vitae Curriculo Et Morte, etc., orig. leather gt., with 
panel-ports, of " Philip Melan." and " Marti Lvter," 
under ornamental arches, arms of Saxony, etc., gt. gauf- 
fred edges, in case (Ashburnham copy, £j 5s. in 1897), 
Weale, " Bindings," 738 and 740, Leipzig, E. Voegelin, 
1566, sm. 4to. (hi), Dec. 10, Christie Maggs, £15 

Campbell (J. F.) Popular Tales of the West Highlands, first 
ed., 4 vol., orig. art cl., uncut, Edinburgh, 1860-2, 8vo. 
(709), May 14, Sotheby Bain, £2 2S. 

Campbell (Lord). Lives of the Chancellors, 8 vol., with the 
Appendix and Index, 1845-69 — Lives of the Chief Jus- 
tices, 3 vol., 1849-57, Library eds., 310 ports., etc., with 
a few autographs inserted, 11 vol., cf. ex., by Riviere, 
with the Life of Lord Campbell, by Mrs. Hardcastle, 
port., 2 vol., cf. gt., 1881, together 13 vol., 1845-81, 8vo. 
(196), Dec. 12, Hodgson Bumpus, £^0 

Campbell (Lord). Lives of the Chancellors, 7 vol., 1846-47 — 
Lives of the Chief Justices, 3 vol., 1849-57, together 10 
vol., cf. gt., 8vo. (55), July 22, Sotheby Thorp, £2 12s. 

Campbell (Lord). Lives of the Chancellors, 8 vol., 1848-69 — 
Lives of the Chief Justices, 3 vol., 1849-57, together 11 
vol., cf. ex., by Riviere, 8vo. (74-75), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Edwards, £'j 5s. 

Campbell (Lord). Lives of the Chancellors, 10 vol., mor. gt., 
g.e., 1868, 8vo. (56), July 22, Sotheby Hill, £2 14s. 

Campbell (W.) The Old Forest Ranger, or Wild Sports of 
India on the Neilgherry Hills, etc., plates, 1845, 4to. (150), 
Feb. 20, Sotheby Ellis, £1 6s. 

Campi (P. M.) Dell' Historia Ecclesiastica di Piacenza, parte 
prima, front., Piacenza, Gioy. Bazachi, 1651, folio (501), 
April 8, Sotheby " Edwards. £8 5s. 

[XVII. cent. Italian mor. gt., sides covered with gt. 
ornaments and the Braganza (?) coat-of-arms (cut out 
and replaced), g.e. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Campi (P. M.) Dell' Historia Ecclesiastica di Piacenza, parte 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [cao 

seconda, front., In Piacenza, per Giov. Bazachi, 1651, folio 
(502), April 8, Sotheby Parsons, £% 5s. 

[XVII. cent. Italian mor. gt., sides covered with floral 
and other ornaments, g.e. The orig. coat-of-arms cut out 
of each cover and another inserted.] 

Campion (Thos.) Works, ed. by A. H. BuUen, large paper, 
120 copies printed, mor., uncut, t.e.g., Privately printed at 
the Chiswick Press, 1889, 8vo. (710), May 14, Sotheby 

Maggs, £2 18s. 

Canaletti (Ant.) Prospectus Magni Canalis Venetiarum Pictis 
ab Antonio Canale, delineante atque incidente Antonio 
Visentini, front., engraved title and 38 plates (wanting 
plates 3-4), hf. bd., Venet., J. B. Pasquali, 1751, roy. 
oblong folio (426), July 29, Sotheby Rimell, ^-^ 5s. 

Cancionero general (one or two headlines shaved), MS. inscrip- 
tion on title, " Parvae B. Soctis Jesu Bruxellis," mor., 
richly tooled and gt., g.e., Anvers, en casa de Philippo 
Nucio, 1573, 8vo. (115), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £g 5s. 

Canning (E.) Canning's Farthing Post, containing the Whole 
Proceedings relating to her Sufferings, as also the Trials 
of Mary Squires, Susannah Wells, etc., woodcut port, and 
a port, of Squires the Gypsy, hf. mor., g.e., T. Jones, near 
Billingsgate, n.d., sm. 4to. (174), Dec. 12, Hodgson £1 15s. 

Canning (Geo.) Speeches, with a Memoir of his Life, by R. 
Thierry, port., 6 vol., cf. ex., m.e., 1828, 8vo. (57), July 
22, Sotheby Bain, £1 los. 

Cantipratensis (Thos.) Der bien Boeck, lit. QOt^., two wood- 
cuts and eight lines of verse on title, painted initials, orig, 
oak bds. and cf., clasps (one missing) [Hain 1658, Proctor 
913 1, Campbell 3213], Zwolle, Pieter van Os {second press), 
1488, folio (116), June 10, Sotheby Tregaskis, £2^ 

Cantus monastic! formula nouiter impressa : ac in melius 
redacta : cui que deerant adiuncta, etc., title in red, text 
and musical notes in red and black, full-page woodcut, 
veil., In off. Luceanionii Junte florentini Venetiis excusus, 
1535, i2mo. (145), March 18, Christie Tregaskis, £q 

Canzonete del Cosmico, roman letter, bds. (from the Marquis 
d'Adda collection), Impresso in Venetia par Thomaso di 
Piasis, 1492, sm. 4to. (200), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £S 

Caoursin (Guil.) Exordium in Volumen Stabilimeto 1/ Rho- 
diorii Militu Sacri Ordinis hospi talis Sacti Johanis Jhero- 
solimitani (French text), lit. gott). (batardes), 126 leaves, 
the last blank, with signs. [Proctor 8819, see Claudin], 
first page within woodcut border, contemp. French oak 
bds. and leather, with stamps (worn and slightly dam- 
aged). Absque ulla nota, P. L., s. a. et I. [Claudin, Paris., 
P. Le Dru, c. 1494-5], sm. folio (1994), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Davis (S- Orioli, /16 15s. 

Caoursin (Guil.) Obsidionis Rhodie Urbis descriptio, got^ic 

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CAO] Book-Prices Current. 

letter, 36 full-page woodcuts and woodcut initials, cf. gt., 
Ulm, Jo. Reger, 1496, sm. folio (112), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £^0 
[First collected ed. Hain *4369, Proctor 2586. Con- 
temp, marginal MS. notes. Collation: a-f8, gh6 = 6o 
leaves, unnumbered. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Caoursin (Guil.) Stabilimenta Rhodiorum Militum, gotl^ic 
letter, woodcut arms of d'Aubusson and 20 full-page 
woodcuts, initial letters, mor. ex., double, g.e., by Cham- 
boUe-Duru (with many uncut leaves, a few repaired) 
(from the Amherst collection, £^6 in 1908), Ulme impressa 
p' loannen Reger de Kemmat, 1496, xxiii. Aug., sm. folio 
(113), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, ^40 

[First and only ed. with these woodcuts. Hain-Co- 
pinger 4364a, Proctor 2585. Collation : a-e8, f6, g-18, 
m6 = 92 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Capell (E.) Notes and Various Readings to Shakespeare, 
port., 3 vol., hf. mor., g.e.. Printed by Henry Hughes for 
the Author, n.d., 4to. (618), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Dohell, /3 15s. 

Carchano (Michaelis de). Sermonarium triplicatum per ad- 
ventum et per duas quadrigesimas, lit. gott). (2 types), 
274 leaves, including 2 blanks [Hain 4509, Proctor 7490, 
Pellechet 3301], rubricated, painted initials, contemp. 
German (Westphalia ?) oak bds. and leather, with centre 
panels and small stamps, leather and metal clasps and 
leaves of old veil. MS., from Wm. Morris's library (origin- 
ally in the Conventual library'- of Dortmund, Westphaha, 
where it was perhaps bound), [colophon] ImpTsum vero 
Basilee ^ Michaele Wenzler . . quarto kl's Junii Anno 
M.cccc.LXxix. [1479], large folio (2004), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £-^2 

Cards. See Tarocchi Prints 

Careless (Jno.) The Old EngUsh Squire, 24 col. plates, orig. 
bds. (broken), 1821, super imp. 8vo. (3468), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Spencer, £1^ 

Carey (D.) Life in Paris, first ed., large paper, 22 col. plates 
by Geo. Cruikshank and 22 cuts by White, hf. russ., m.e., 
clean copy, J. Fairburn, 1822 (290), June 4, 1917, Hodgson 

Spencer, £\i los. 

Carey (D.) Life in Paris, 22 col. plates and 22 woodcuts, 
mor., g.e., by Riviere, 1822, 8vo. (3032), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Sawyer, £\^ 
[£i'j los., mor. ex., uncut, t.e.g.. same sale. Lot 3033 ; 
£14 los., mor. gt., t.e.g., Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 584.] 

Carey (D.) Life in Paris, first ed., large paper, 22 col. plates 
(8 missing), orig. bds., uncut, w.a.f., 1822, 8vo. (104), 
March 19, Puttick Spencer, £14 

Caribbeana, containing Letters and Dissertations, together 
with Poetical Essays . . relating to Trade, British Sugar 
Colonies, and of Barbados in particular, 2 vol., old cf., 
1 74 1, 4to. (662), Jan. 22, Sotheby James, £1 14s. 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [car 

Caricature Magazine. See Woodward (G. M.) 

Caricatures k la Mode Francjaise, 27 (only) humorous plates, 
John Martin Will exc, paper covers, xviii. cent., oblong 
folio (422), July 29, Sotheby Peet, £j 

Carissimi (G.) Sacri Concerti, 4 parts, Roma, per il Mascardt, 
1675, 4to. (290), May 14, Sotheby Quaritch, £2 2S. 

[Carkesse (J as.)] Lucida Intervalla, containing divers Mis- 
cellaneous Poems, cf. ex., g.e., by F. Bedford (from the 
Huth library, £4 in 1912), 1679, 4to. (1498), April 8, 
Sotheby Dobell, £4 

Carleton (M.) Memoirs of Mary Carleton, commonly stiled 
the German Princess, first ed., port, by Chantrey (cut 
round and inlaid), another port, inserted, mor. gt., g.e., 
1673, 4to. (1252), April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £4 6s. 

Carleton (W.) Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry, 
illustrations, 2 vol., orig. cl., uncut, Dublin, W, Curry, 
1843, Svo. (711), May 14, Sotheby Shepherd, £2 12s. 

Carleton (W.) Valentine M'Clutchy, the Irish Agent, first 
ed., plates by " Phiz," orig. cl., Dublin, 1847, 8vo. (3036), 
Feb. 25, Sotheby Shepherd, £1 2s. 

Carlisle (Fredk. Howard, Earl of). The Father's Revenge, a 
Tragedy, first ed., contemp. mor. gt.. Printed by H. Hughs 
{privately), 1783, 4to. (70), April 29, Sotheby 

Parsons, £^ 15s. 

Carlyle (T.) Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches, port., 
3 vol., mor. ex., g.e., by Riviere and Son, 1846, 8vo. 
(3085), Feb. 25, Sotheby Richeton, £1 los. 

Carlyle (T.) Sartor Resartus, printed in red and black, veil., 
uncut. Doves Press, 1907, 4to. (661), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Heffer, £(j 15s. 

Carlyle (T.) Works, i6 vol., cf. ex., by Riviere, Chapman & 
Hall, 1858, 8vo. (79), Oct. 23, Sotheby Sawyer, £4 

Carlyle (T.) Works, Library ed., ports., as issued, 33 vol., 
1869-71, 8vo. (3037), Feb. 25, Sotheby Heffer, £\'j los. 
\£^, as issued, 22 vol., same sale. Lot 3038.] 

Carosa da Sermoneta (Fab.) II Ballarino, first ed., italic type, 
port., plates, musical notation, with tablature, border of 
one plate cut into, mor. gt., g.e., Venetia, F. Ziletti, 1581, 
4to. (76), May 13, Sotheby Edwards, £q 

Carosa da Sermoneta (Fab.) II Ballarino, italic letter, en- 
gravings of dancing positions, musical notes, woodcut 
initials and ornamental borders, mor. ex., by Duru, 
Venetia, appresso Francesco Ziletti, 1581, 4to. (118), June 
10, Sotheby Ellis, ;^io 

Carr (Sir Jno.) The Stranger in France, 12 col. aquatints, old 
cf., m.e.. Printed for J. Johnson, 1803, 4to. (812), April 29, 
Sotheby David. £^ los. 

Carr (Sir Jno.) The Stranger in Ireland, map and 16 col. 
aquatints by T. Medland, orig. bds. uncut. Printed for 
Richard Phillips, 1806, 4to. (813), April 29, Sotheby 

Shepherd, £6 15s. 

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car] Book-Prices Current. 

Carre (Thos.) Sweete Thoughts of Jesus and Marie, mor. ex., 
g.e., by La Gascon (worn), Paris, 1665, 8vo. (10), March 
4, Christie Tregaskis, £5 15s. 

Carte (Thos.) Life of James Duke of Ormonde, 3 vol., Dean 
Swift's copy, with MS. inscription on fly-leaf of first vol., 
" The three Volumes of the Life of the great Duke of 
Ormonde were the generous gift of the Worthy Author, 
the Reverend Mr. Thomas Carte. 1737. Jonath: Swift," 
old cf. (rebacked), 1736-35, folio (3216), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Sharp, £50 

Carter (Matt.) Honor Redivivus, or an Analysis of Honor 
and Armory, second ed., engraved title by Gay wood 
(repaired), front, and woodcuts of arms, old sheep, Printed 
for Henry Herringman, 1660, 8vo. (48), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Crompion, los. 

Carter (Matt.) Most True and exact Relation of that . , 
Unfortunate Expedition of Kent, Essex and Colchester, 
signature of " O. Cromwell " on title, orig. cf., 1650, 
i2mo. (546), March 25, Sotheby Last, £-^ 3s. 

Carvajal (Bern. de). Oratio super praestanda solenni obedientia 
Sanctissimo D. N. Alexandro Papse VI. ex parte Chris- 
tianissimorum dominof Fernandi & Helisabe Regis & 
Reginae Hispaniae habita Romae in Consistorio publico per 
R. Patrem dnm Bernardinum Caruaial Epfh Carthaginen 
die Mercurii XIX. Junii Salutis Christiane M.CCCC.XCIII. 

(? Roma, Etienne Plannck, 1493), 4to. 

[Collation: Begins on sig. a as above, then aii., a iii. 
and a iiii., no signatures to the remaining four leaves, 8 
leaves in all, roman letter, 28 lines to the full page. At- 
tributed to the press of Eucharius Silber by Giovanni 
Audiffredi, Denis and Panzer, and to that of Plannck 
by Hain, the last-named bibliographer being probably 
correct. The tract is extremely rare and very important, 
as it contains one of the earliest references to the dis- 
covery of America, in the words commencing " Ostendit 
et nuper alias incognitas versus Indos quae maxime ac 
plene omnibus mundi preciosis existimant." Henry Har- 
risse gives an account of the tract in a pamphlet printed 
at Paris in 1897, under the title " un Rarissime Ameri- 
canum," and reproduces the first leaf in fac. See also 
the Times Literary Supplement of Sept. 5, 1918, p. 420. 
No other copy has been sold in this country during the 
lifetime of Book-Prices Current. This one is said to 
have been found in a volume of fifteenth century pamph- 
lets sold at Hodgson's, apparently on June 30th (? Lots 
500-2). There is a copy in the British Museum Library, 
another in the Bibliotheque Nationale, and several 
examples in the United States.] 
Carver (Jon.) Travels through the Interior Parts of North 
America, port., col. plates of the tobacco plant, etc., cf., 
1781, 8vo. (807), Dec. 4, Sotheby H. Stevens, £4 12s. 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [cat 

Casa (G. della). Rimi et Prose, prima ed., mor., t.e.g., Vinegia, 
1558, 4to. (461), Dec. 17, Sotheby Dohell, £1 iSs. 

\£i 5s., of., same sale, Lot 462.] 

Casa (G, della). Satire, et Capitoli Piaceuoli di Messer Gioan 
Agostino Cazza, prima ed., printed in italics, woodcut 
initials, mor. gt., g.e., by Padeloup, In Milano, 1549 
(460), Dec. 17, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 3s. 

Cassiodorus (M. A.) Historia Ecclesiastica. In hoc corpora 
continentur tripertite historic ex Socrate, Sozomeno et 
Theodorico, etc., lit. flOt^., 196 leaves, including one cancel 
and three blanks, the two blanks at end wanting [Hain 
♦4573, Proctor 1594], rubricated, painted initials, illumin- 
ated initial, with marginal decoration on first page, early 
Netherlands or German oak bds. and leather, stamped in 
panels and " ittiiria ^flf," paper title label (worn and 
damaged), [colophon] . . per Johanne Schiiszler regie urbis 
Augustensis civem impressi Anno [1472], folio (2011), Nov, 
22, Sotheby Quaritch, £^i 

Castellanos (Juan de). Primera Parte de las Elegias de Varones 
illustres de Indias, first ed., port, of the author (a few 
headlines shaved), mor. ex., by J. Winstanley, En Madrid, 
en casa de la viuda de Alonso Gomez. 1589, 4to. (120), June 
10, Sotheby Masterman, £8 

[The continuation of the work was not published until 
1850.] 

Castiglione (Balthasar). The Covrtier, trans, by Thomas 
Hobby, black letter, hf. cf., r.e. (few leaves stained and 
mended), Thomas Creede, 1603, sm. 4to. (152), March 18, 
Christie Cooper, £11 

Castlereagh (R. S., Viscount). Memoirs and Correspondence, 
port., 12 vol., orig. cl., uncut, 1848-53, 8vo. (569), July 29, 
Sotheby Edwards, £^ 15s. 

Castlereagh (Viscount). Memoirs and Correspondence, port., 
8 vol., cf. ex., g.e.. by Clarke, with crest of Earl Fitzwilliam, 
1848-51 — Correspondence, Despatches and other Papers, 
third series, 4 vol., cf. ex., 1853, together 12 vol., 8vo. (72), 
April 29, Sotheby Maguire, £5 5s. 

Catharina de Siena (S ) Epistole devotissime, roman letter, 
woodcut port, of the saint on verso of leaf opposite first 
page, initials, orig. oak bds. and stamped cf., clasps 
[Hain-Copinger 4688, Proctor 5575], [colophon] Stampato 
in Venetia in Case de Aldo Manutio Romano adi xv. Sep- 
tembris, 1500, folio (122), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £1$ 
T;^!! los., veil, gt., same sale. Lot 121.] 

Catherina de Siena (S.) Libro de la divina providetia, ed. 
prima, lit. rom. parva, 146 leaves, without marks [Hain 
4689, Proctor 6521] (a few leaves stained and wormed), 
bds.. Absque itlla nota [Bononiae, Balth. Azzoguidi, c. 
1475-6], sm. folio (2012), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Davis (S- Orioli, £g los. 

Catherwood (F.) Ancient Monuments in Central America, 
Chiapas and Yucatan, ornamental title by Owen Jones, 

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cat] Book-Prices Current. 

map and 25 lithographs, hf. mor., 1844, imp. foUo (912), 
May 14, Sotheby Hill, £4 

Cato (Dionysius). Incipit hber Cathonis in vulgares rigmos 
translatus a dno Catellucio de Campania miUte, ptermissa 
Cathonis prosa, without marks (26 leaves), roman letter, 
24 lines, bds.. Absque ulla nota, sm. 4to. (158), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, £7 los. 

Cato. Disticha de Moribiis : [Joh. de Garlandia] Facetus, 
gotl)tC letter, 24 lines to a page, without marks, painted 
initials, old cf. (from the Huth collection) [s.n., Cdln, 
John. Guldenschaff, c. 1477], sm. 4to. (114), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, £48 

[Unknown to all bibliographers prior to Pellechet, who 
describes the only other known copy (Biblioth. Nat.). 
On folio 24 begins the Facetus attributed to John Gar- 
land. Collation: [a-d8, ef6] = 44 leaves.] 

Cats (Jacob). I. Cats Spiegel Van den Ouden ende Nieuvven 
Tijt, engraved title by De Bremden and 123 engravings, 
3 parts in i vol., cf. antique, r.e., Tot Dordrecht, Ghedruckt 
by H. van Esch . . . voor Matt. Havius, 1635, sm. 4to. (115), 
Dec. 10, Christie Myers, £2. 

Catullus, TibuUus et Propetius {sic). Opera, italic letter, 

old English mor. gt., g.e., with leaf at end containing the 

authors' names, Venetiis in cBdibus Aldi, mense Januario, 

1502, sm. 8vo. (73), April 29, Sotheby Bain, £6 

[/5 los., mor. ex., June 18, Sotheby, Lot 123.] 

Catullus, TibuUus et Propertius. Opera, contemp. mor. gt., 
g.e., Birmingham, J. Baskerville, 1772, 4to. (401), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Maggs, £^ i6s. 

Caulfield (Jas.) Portraits and Memoirs of Remarkable Per- 
sons, plates, 3 vol., hf. mor. gt., 1813, 4to. (218), Dec. 12, 
Hodgson £2 6s. 

Caulfield (Jas.) Portraits and Memoirs of Remarkable Per- 
sons, LARGE PAPER, platCS, 4 VOl., cf. CX., 1819-2O, 4tO. 

(60), July 22, Sotheby Rimell, £i 

Cavalcha (D.) Spechio de Croce, lit. rom., 96 leaves (first 
blank and folio 8 wanting), Senza nota [Romae, Eucharius 
Silber, type 2 early'] — " Comincia la tavola sopra la vita 
et transito et li miracoli del beatissimo Hieronimo Doctore 
excellentissimo," lit. rom. et flotf)., 120 leaves, without 
marks, the first an orig. blank, Senza nota [Romae, Stephan 
Plannck, types 3, 6] — Antoninus, Archiep. Florent. Con- 
fessionale, lit. 0Ot(). parva, 50 leaves, the first an orig. 
blank, without marks, [on folio 41a] " Finisse lo confes- 
sionale cS-c. a laude et gloria di xpo Jesu omipotente m.cccc. 
Lxxxiii.," etc., Senza nota [Romae, Eucharius Silber, type 
I, 1483], in I vol., old Venetian leather, arabesque orna- 
ments, apparently bound for Ptolomeo Dante del Van- 
taggio in 1489, whose name is on a fly-leaf, all three pieces 
undescribed, sm. 4to. (2015), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £iS los. 
Cavendish (Geo.) Life of Thomas Wolsey, Cardinal Arch- 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [cax 

bishop of York, from a MS. in the British Museum, wood- 
cut borders and initial letters, veil., 1893, sm. 4to. {456), 
July 22, Sotheby Shepherd, £^ los. 

Cavendish (Michael, of Cavendish). [Ayres and Madrigals.] 
(i) 14. Ayres in Tabletorie to the Lute expressed with 
two voyces and the base Violl or the voice & Lute only, 
6. more to 4. voyces and in Tabletorie. And 8. Madri- 
galles to 5. voyces. By Michaell Cavendish Gentleman. 
[Printer's device] At London, Printed by Peter Short, on 
hredstreet hill, at the signe of the Starre : 1598, woodcut of 
Cavendish arms at end, old hf. roan (title defective, corner 
of sign. B 2 defective and other defects throughout, 
roughly mended, not subject to return), 1598, folio (546), 
March 19, Puttick Quaritch, £g^ 

[Bought for the British Museum Library. The only 
copy known and hitherto unrecorded. It collates A to M 
in twos, L I and 2 transposed in binding. It is dedicated 
" To the Honourable protection of Ladie Arbella " 
(Lady Arabella Stuart). Another work with title " Ayres 
for four Voyces, composed by Michael Cavendish, Peter 
Short, 1599," is recorded by Hazlitt and by Robert Steele 
from Clavel's catalogue, but cannot now be traced. See 
the " Times " Lit, Supp., April 4, 1918, " A Unique 
Elizabethan Song Book."] 

Caxton (W.) The Game and Playe of the Chesse moralized 
(trans, by W. Caxton from the French of Jehan de Vignay, 
who trans, from the Italian of Cessolis), second ed., black 
letter, long lines, 29 to a page, has 82 leaves only (instead 
of 84) and wanted a i (a blank) and h 3, several woodcuts 
(some words on verso of B i scored through with a pen, 
two letters on G g 5 (recto) and on last page rubbed, 
somewhat wormed throughout, leaf 1 1 misplaced before 
18), old cf. [De Ricci 18, type 2] (lOy^ x 7^ inches), [at 
end] Explicit per Caxton. Without place or date. [West- 
minster, W. Caxton, c. 1483], sm, folio (74), April 29, 
Sotheby Quaritch, ;£400 

Caxton (W.) The Royal Book, [a i. blank. On aii. is the 
preface. On a iij begins the table with the heading] Here 
foloweth the table of the rubriches of thys presente book 
en ty tied & named Ryal whiche speketh fyrst of the ten 
commandements. The text begins on a 6. [At the end] 
This book was compyled & made atte requeste of kyng 
Phelyp of Fraunce in the yere of thyncarnacyon of our 
lord M.CC.lxxix. & translated or reduced out of frensshe 
in to englysshe by me Wyllyam Caxton . . . Whiche trans- 
lacion or reducyng oute of frensshe into englysshe was 
achyeued, fynysshed & accomplysshed the xiij day of 
Septembre in the yere of thyncarnacyon of our lord. 
M CCCC.lxxxiiij And in the second yere of the Regne of 
Kyng Rychard the thyrd, blarit letter, woodcuts and gothic 
woodcut initials, mor., antique ornaments, sm. folio 
6464), July I. Sotheby G. D. Smith, ;^i,8oo 

■^a-u in eights, except that the last signature has 9 

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leaves ; a j is blank. Perfect, in the finest condition, 
with the orig. blank at the beginning. This is one of the 
two perfect copies described by Blades as being then in 
Cambridge University Library. Being a duplicate, it was 
exchanged for another volume of equal rarity and value. 
Illustration in catalogue.] 

Caxton (W.) The Royal Booke ; or Book for a King (" trans- 
lated out of frensshe into englysshe by me William Caxton, 
whiche translacion was fynysshed the xiii. day of Sep- 
tembre in the yere of our lord M.cccc.lxxxiiii."), hlack 
letter, long lines, 33 to a full page (161 leaves, signs. a-U in 
eights, tl having 9 leaves wanting blank for aj, 8 leaves 
at the beginning and 9 leaves at end in fac. (io| by 7|in.), 
mor., g.e., by Clarke and Bedford [Printed by Wni. Caxton 
at Westminster, c. 1487], sm. folio (1062), July 22, Sotheby 

Bailey, i^oo 

Caxton (W.) The Royal Book. " The boke na/med the 
Royall " [these words in large block gothic letters, with a 
woodcut below], trans, by Wm. Caxton, blacfe letter, long 
lines, woodcuts and large gothic grotesque initials (wants 
m 3, 4 and sheet BB (8 leaves in all), (title mended, some 
leaves stained, not subject to return), cf. gt. (Towneley 
copy), [colophon] fynysshed & accomplysshed the xiii. day 
of Septembre in ye yere . . m ccccc xvii. . , Eniprynted in 
fletestrete at the Sygne of Saynt George bi Rycharde Pynson 
[1507] {with large device), sm. 4to. (2017), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £^g 

Cazotte (J.) OUivier, Poeme, grand papier velin, 12 plates 
par Godefroy, proofs before letters, 2 vol. in i, old russ. 
gt., g.e., Paris, Didot I'Aine, 1798, 8vo. (518), Feb. 20, 
Sotheby Ellis, £^ los. 

Celebrated Trials and Remarkable Cases of Criminal Juris- 
prudence, ed. by Geo. Borrow, ports, and plates, 6 vol., 
cf., 1825, 8vo. (401), Nov. 5, Sotheby Maggs, £/^ 

Celestina. Celestine en laquelle est traicte des deceptions des 
seruiteurs enuers leurs maistres et des macquerelles enuers 
ses amoureux, lettres batardes, a 8-r 2, woodcut on title, 
woodcuts, mor. ex., g.e., by Bauzonnet-Trautz (wormhole 
in a few lines), Lyon en la maison de Claude Norry, diet Le 
Prince : pres nostre dame de Confort, 1529, i2mo. (162), 
March 18, Christie Maggs, ;^4Q 

Celestina. Celestine en laquelle est Traicte des deceptions 
des seruiteurs enuers leurs Maistres, et des Macquerelles 
enuers les Amoureux, lettres batardes, woodcut initials, 
woodcuts, cf. gt., g.e. (the Roxburgh copy, £1 5s. in 1812),. 
Paris, par Nicolas Barbou, 1542, i2mo. (163), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, £15 los. 

Celsus (A. C.) De Re Medica lib. VIII. (ex recognitione B. 
Fontii et Saxetti), ed. princeps, lit. rom. parva, 196 
leaves, with signs. [Hain *4835, Proctor 61 16] (some 
margins mended), modern mor. gt., g.e. (C. Lewis) (Lake- 
lands copy, ;^8 15s. in 1891), [colophon] Florentiae, a. 

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Nicolao {Laurentii) impressus Anno Salutis mcccclxxviii., 
sm. folio (2019), Nov. 22, Sotheby Edwards, £^i^) 

Celtis (Conrad). Quatuor Libri Amorum Secundum Quatuor 
Latera Germanic Feliciter Incipiunt, roman letter, full- 
page port, of the author as laureate, folding view of 
Nuremberg and other full-page woodcuts, orig. oak bds , 
stamped leather, with clasp, in case, Inpressa autem 
Norebergae eius d'anni Nonis Aprilibus. Sub Priuilegio 
Sodalitatis CelHccB, etc., 1502, sm. 4to. (116), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch,ibi 

[First ed. Proctor 11 029. MS. notes in margins. Col- 
lation: ab8, cd6, ef8, g4, h6, i8, k6, ImS, n6, o-qS', r6 = 
120 leaves.] 
Cent Nouvelles (Les). Sensuyuet les cet nouvelles cotenant 
cent hystoires, ou nouueaulx coptes plaisans a deuiser en 
toutes bonnes compaignies par maniere de joyeusete, 
QOttjic letter, title in red and black, with large woodcut, 
woodcuts in text and full-page woodcut on last leaf, mor. 
ex., g.e., by Lortic (collation a-r 8, Nouuellemet imprimes 
a Lyon sur le rosne par Oliuier Arnoullet [s.a., 1530], sm. 
4to. (165), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £S^ 

Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles (Les). Suivent les Cent Nouvelles, 
front, and engravings after Romain de Hooge, 2 vol., old 
French cf. gt., g.e., Cologne, P. Gaillard, 1701, 8vo. (480), 
May 14, Sotheby Lardanchet. £7 

[£8 I OS., mor. gt., g.e., same sale. Lot 715.] 
Centlivre (Mrs. S.) Works, port., 3 vol., hf. cf., r.e., 1761, 
8vo. (402), Nov. 5, Sotheby Maggs, £1 8s. 

Centlivre (Mrs. S.) Works, port., 3 vol., cf. gt., g.e., by 
Mansell, 1872, 8vo. (403), Nov. 5, Sotheby Maggs. £1 15s. 
Cento Novelle Antike, ed. orig., publiee par Ch. Gualteruzzi, 
mor. gt., g.e., by Bauzonnet, Impresso in Bologna nelle 
Case di Girolamo Benedetti, 1525, 4to. (471), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby H. Stevens, £1 1 

Century Dictionary (The), ed. by W. D. Whitney, 11 vol., 
orig. hf. mor., m.e., Times, n.d. (1899), 4to. (520), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby George, £4 4s. 

Cepio (Coriolanus) . Petri Mocenici Imperatorum Gestorum 
libri III., ed. prima, lit. rom., 52 leaves, with signs, begin- 
ning on a 2 [Hain *4849, Proctor 4369], woodcut flowered 
border on a 2 and ornamental initials, modern veil., 
Impre^sum . . Venetiis per Bernardum Pictorem cS* Er- 
hardum ratdolt una cum Petro loslein de Langencen correctore 
ac socio, 1477, sm. 4to. (2021), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ;^i8 los. 
CepoUa (Barth.) De Servitutibus Urbanorum et rusticorum 
praediorum, lit. flOt^. parva, 118 leaves, with signs., the 
first and last orig. blanks [Hain *4850, Proctor 7064], 
[colophon] Papie : Joanneantonio birreta ipressionis hums 
auctore 1492 kal Aprilis — Ubaldis (Angelus de). Consilia 
et Responsa, lit. QOtl). parva, 56 leaves, including a blank 
at beginning and end, with signs. [Hain 15866, Proctor 

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7105], [colophon] Papie per Bernardinum 6- Ambrosium 
Fratres de Novellis, m.cccc xcix. die x. Mali, in i vol., 
old oak bds. (back damaged), large folio (2022), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £j 

Certain necessary Directions, As well For the Cure of the 
Plague, As for preventing Infection, etc., blarft letter 
(some leaves shaved), cf. gt., John Bill and Christopher 
Barker, 1665, 4to. (570), May 14, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 

Cervantes (M.) Don Quixote (title soiled), Ano 1605. Con Privi- 
legio de Castella, Aragon y Portugal. En Madrid, por Juan 
de la Cuesta — Segunda Parte del Ingenioso Cavallero Don 
Quixote de la Mancha, Ano 1615. Con Privilegio. En 
Madrid, por Juan de la Cuesta, the 2 parts in uniform 
modern mor. gt., double, g.e., SalvA's copy, 1605-15, sm. 
4to. (429), April 29, Sotheby Maggs, :^i85 

[Part I.: 12 preliminary leaves; fols. 316; Talkie, 4 
leaves. Part II. : 8 prel. leaves ; fols. 280 ; Table and 
leaf of Colophon, 4 leaves. Part I. second issue of the 
first ed. ; Part II. the first ed.] 

Cervantes (M.) Don Quixote, mor. ex., g.e. on m.e., by Lortic, 
Impresso t.on licencia, en Valencia, en casa de Pedro Patricia 
Mey, 1605. A costa de lusepe Ferrer mercader de libros, 
delante la Diputacion, i2mo. (166), March 18, Christie 

Ellis, ;^28 
[There were two editions of Valencia, printed in 1605. 
This is the one which has LA as catchword to the second 
leaf.] 

Cervantes (M.) Don Quixote, orig. veil, gt., g.e., signature 
on title, Madrid, por Juan de la Cuesta, 1608, 4to. (133), 
June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £i<^ 

Cervantes (M.) Don Quixote (by Thos. Shelton), old cf., 
R. Hodgkinso7ine for A. Crooke, 1652, sm. folio (913), May 
14, Sotheby Halliday, £^ 

Cervantes (M.) Don Quixote, nueva edi9ion, plates, 2 vol., 
old cf., Bruselas, Juan Mommarte, 1662, 8vo. (481), May 
14, Sotheby Crailsheim, £2 i6s. 

Cervantes (M.) Don Quixote, trans, by C. Jarvis, plates, 2 
vol., old cf. (worn), 1742, 4to. (75), April 29, Sotheby 

Woodward, £^ 

Cervantes (M.) Don Quixote, trans, by T. Smollett, 28 plates 
by Hayman, 2 vol., old russ. ex., 1755, 8vo. (709), Dec. 
12, Hodgson G. Brown, £2, 6s. 

Cervantes (M.) Don Quixote, nueva edicion corregida por la 
Real Academia Espanola, map, port , plates (proofs before 
the inscriptions) and vignettes, 4 vol., con temp. French 
mor. gt., g.e., by Derome le Jeune, with his ticket, Madrid, 
por Don Joaquin Ibarra, 1780, 4to. (134), June 10, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £b() 

Cervantes (M.) Don Quixote, trans, by C. Jarvis, large 
PAPER, port., map and plates, 4 vol., cf. gt., 1801, roy. 
8vo. (3041), Feb. 25, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £^ 5s. 

Cervantes (M.) Don Quixote, trans, by C. Jarvis, 24 col. 

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plates by J. H. Clark, 4 vol., mor. gt., g.e., 1819, 8vo. 
(1155), Oct. 23, Sotheby ^oggs. £8 58. 

Cervantes (M.) [Don Quixote.] The Spirit of Cervantes, or 
Don Quixote abridged, in 2 parts, 3 col. plates, bds., 
uncut, 1821, Svo. (163), Nov. 13, Puttick Shepherd, £2 8s. 

Cervantes (M.) [Don Quixote.] Illustrations of Don Quixote, 
13 engravings by J. Zeitter, after H. Aiken, hf. mor., 
t.e.g., 1831, folio (301), Dec. 17, Sotheby Rimell, £\ 14s. 

Cervantes (M.) Don Quixote, trans, by J. Ormsby, 4 vol., 
mor. ex., g.t., by Riviere, 1885, 8vo. (85), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

^^(^ggs.£4 15s. 

Cervantes (M.) Don Quixote, trans, by Motteux, ed. by J. 
G. Lockhart, 16 etchings by R. de Los Rios, 4 vol., hf. 
cf. gt., t.e.g., 1885, 8vo. (3047), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Young, £2 1 8s. 

Cervantes (M.) Don Quixote, trans, by H. E. Watts, 5 vol., 
hf. parchment, uncut, 1888, 4to (124), July 29, Sotheby 

Hin,£i 13s. 

Cervantes (M.) Los Trabaios de Persiles y Sigismunda, first 
ed., device on title, mor. ex., g.e., by Cap6, En Madrid, 
por Itian de la Cuesta, 1617, sm. 4to. (167), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, £2-^ 

Cespedes (Gon9alo de). Gerardo the Unfortunate Spaniard, 
made English by L.(eonard) D.(igges), first ed., autograph 
of Sir Roberte Gordone (of Gordonstoun) on title, new 
veil., rough edges, Ed. Blount, 1622, sm. 4to. (430), April 
29, Sotheby Dobell, £6 6s. 

Cessolis (Jac. de). Dis5 piichlin weiset die auS5legug des 
schachzabel [sic] spils vn menschlicher siten Auch von de 
ampten der edeln., German QUtf)ic letter, cut of man and 
woman playing chess, also 14 other woodcuts and a few 
ornamental initials, mor. ex., with some uncut leaves, 
Augsburg [Jo. Schonsperger] , 29 March, 1483, sm. folio 
(117), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £iO/{ 

[Third ed. of the German trans., the second with date. 
Hain *4896. Hain was unaware of the first leaf (title on 
verso), as also was Schreiber, who gives only 14 cuts. 
Collation : 38 leaves (last blank), unsigned and unnum- 
bered.] 

Cessolis (Jac. de). Dis biichlin weiset die aus3legung des 
schachzabel spils, Vnd menschlicher sitten, Auch von 
den ampten der edeln, Qotljic letter, woodcut on title of a 
table, with chess-board, 15 woodcuts and several initials, 
mor. ex., g.e., by Riviere, Sirassburg, H. Knoblochtzer, 
Sept. I, 1483, sm. folio (118), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, ;^88 
rpourth ed. in German, the third with a date. Hain 
4897, Proctor 389. Collation : a8, b6, c8, d-f6 (last blank, 
missing) = 39 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Cessolis (Jac. de). Game and Playe of the Chesse. See 
Caxton (W.) 

Chalmers (Geo.)- Introduction to the History of the Revolt of 
the Colonies, giving from State Papers a Comprehensive 

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View of their Conduct, etc., orig. ed.. Vol. i., old hf. cf.. 
Baker and Galabin, 1782, 8vo. (517), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Willoughby, £^^ 
[The only copy recorded with a title-page. The issue 
was suppressed " owing to the separation of the colonies, 
which happened just at the season for publication, Dec, 
1782, or the prior cause in April precedent, the dismission 
of a tory administration." At the author's death a MS. 
continuation (Vol. ii.) was found, revised and prepared 
for the press, and when Sparks reprinted the single volume 
in 1845 he added the second part. On the fly-leaf of this 
copy the author has written, " From the Author to Mr. 
Macknight as a mark of his esteem."] 

Chalon (J. J.) Twenty-four Subjects exhibiting the Costume 
of Paris, 24 col. lithographs, cl., Rodwell & Martin (1820-2), 
folio (814), April 29, Sotheby Spencer, £15 

Chamberlayne (Wm.) Pharonnida : A Heroick Poem, first 
ed., port, by Hertochs (re-margined), cf. gt., R. Clavell, 
1659, 8vo. (451), Dec. 12, Hodgson Pickering, £2 14s. 

[Chambers (R.)] An Olde Thrift newly revived wherein is 
declared the Manner of Planting, Preserving and Hus- 
banding yong Trees of divers kindes for Timber and 
Fuell, hlack letter, folding plate and woodcuts, cf. ex., 
W. S. for R. Moore, 1612, sm. 4to. (62), July 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £5 12s. 6d. 

Chamerovzow (L. A.) Chronicles of the Bastile, First Series, 
illustrations by R. Cruikshank, 1845 — Second Series, 3 
vol. in I, 1846 — Third Series, illustrations by R. Cruik- 
shank, 1848, hf. mor. gt., m.e., 1845-8, 8vo. (436), Nov. 5, 
Sotheby Spencer, £^ los. 

Chamerovzow (L. A.) Chronicles of the Bastille, illustra- 
tions by R. Cruikshank, in the 20 orig. parts, with all the 
wrappers, etc. intact, T. C. Newby, 1844-5 — Philip of 
Lutetia, first ed., illustrations by R. Cruikshank, orig. red 
cl. gt., uncut, lb., 1848, together 2 vol., 1844-48, 8vo. (718- 
719), May 14, Sotheby Giles, ;^ii 

Champfieury. (J F.) Le Violon de Faience, col. illustrations 
after F. Renard, etchings after J. Adeline, mor. ex., 
t.e.g., uncut, by Zaehnsdorf, Paris, 1877, 8vo. (10), 
May 13, Sotheby Rimell, £1 2S. 

Champier (Symphorien) . Le recueil ou croniques des hys- 
toires des royaulmes d'austrasie, ou france orientale dite 
a present Lorrayne, lettres batardes, w^oodcuts, mor. gt., 
by Duru, from the Yemeniz and Butler collections (Butler, 
;^30 I OS. in 191 1), a-r 6, s 8 (last, a blank, wanting), Lyon, 
V. de Portunaris, 15 10, sm. folio (171), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £-},6 

Champlin (J. D.) and Perkins (C. C.) Cyclopedia of Painters 
and Painting, special ed., with photogravures. No. 7 of 
25 copies, plates and text illustrations, 4 vol., hf. mor., 
g.e., 1886-8, 4to. (525), Oct. 23, Sotheby Sotheran, £j 5s. 

Chansons et Rondes Enfantines (et Nouvelles Chansons), avec 

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notices par J. B. Wekerlin, illustrations, 2 vol., orig. 

► picture paper wrappers, uncut, in case, Paris, Gamier 

Frdres, 1885-6, super imp. 8vo. (848), May 14, Sotheby 

Winter, £2 4s. 

Chansons Nationales et Populaires de France, par Du Mersan, 
2 vol., paper covers, uncut, Paris, Gamier, 1866, 8vo. 
(732), May 14, Sotheby Ellis, £1 i6s. 

Chansons Populaires de la Basse-Bretagne, recueillies par J. 
M. Luzel et A. de Braz [Gwerziou & Soniou], 4 vol., hf. 
mor. ex., uncut, t.e.g., Lorient., 1868 — Paris, E. Bouillon, 
1890. roy. 8vo. (727), May 14, Sotheby Maggs, £^ 8s. 

Chansons Populaires des Provinces de France, notices par 
Champfleury, illustrations par Bida, Flameng et autres, 
orig. wrapper, uncut, in case, Paris, Bourdillia, i860, 
1^ super imp. 8vo. (849), May 14. Sotheby Winter, £2 4s. 

P Chants et Chansons Populaires de La France (avec les airs 
notes), first ed., the three series complete in the orig. 
parts, illustrations by Meissonier, Daubigny, etc., uncut, 
in case, Paris, H. L. Delloye, 1843-4, super imp. 8vo. 
(847), May 14, Sotheby Maggs, £2$ 

Chants et Chansons Populaires des Provinces de I'Ouest^ 
recueillis par Jer. Bujeand, 2 vol., hf. mor. ex., uncut, 
t.e.g., Niort, L. Clouzot, 1865-6, imp. 8vo. (725), May 14, 
Sotheby Ellis, £2 i8s. 

Chants Populaires du Bas-Quercy, recueillis par Emm. Sole- 
ville, hf. mor. ex., uncut, t.e.g., Paris, Champion, 1889, 
imp. 8vo. (726), May 14, Sotheby Reeves, £1 4s. 

Chants Populaires du Languedoc, publics sous la Direction de 
MM. Montel et Lambert, Paris, Maisonneuve, 1880 — 
Chants Populaires, recueillies en Franche-Comte, par Ch. 
Beauquier, ib., E. Chevalier, 1894, together 2 vol., hf. 
mor. ex., uncut, t.e.g. (uniform), roy. 8vo. (729), May 14, 
Sotheby Ellis, £^ 12s. 

Chapman (Thos.) Essay on the Roman Senate, first ed., 
old mor. gt., g.e., Cambridge, 1750, 8vo. (477), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Parsons, £1 6s. 

Chappe d'Auteroche (Jean). Voyage en Siberie, 50 plates 
after Le Prince (28), Moreau le Jeune (8), Caresme de 
Fecamp (12) and Martinet (2), 2 vol., with atlas, bound 
in 4 vol., contemp. French mor. gt., g.e., Paris, chez 
Debure pere, 1768, folio (64), July 22, Sotheby 

Parsons, £\2 los. 

Chapuy (N. M. J.) Promenade de Nice k Genes, 12 col. litho- 
graphs, orig. bds., Paris, chez Bulla, n.d., oblong folio 
(815), April 29, Sotheby Piatt, £3 los. 

Charles L Basilika. Workes of King Charles the Martyr, 
engraved title, port, by Hertochs and front, by W. Hollar, 
2 vol., contemp. mor. gt., 1662, folio (1520), April 8, 
Sotheby Edwards, £1 4s. 

Charles L Basilika, Workes of King Charles the Martyr, 
title containing port., front, of the royal arms and folding 
plate of the king kneeling, contemp. mor. gt., arms of 

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Charles II., silver clasps, g.e., /. Fiesher for R. Royston, 
1662, folio (136), June 10, Sotheby Edwards, ;^io 

Charles I. Reliquiae Sacrae Carolinae, 2 titles, front, before 
each by G. Marshall, old mor. gt., g.e., Hague, 1651, 8vo. 
(973), Feb. 20, Sotheby Parsons, £1 i8s. 

Charles II, Boscobel ou Abrege de ce qui s'est passe dans la 
Retraite Memorable de sa Majest6 Britannique apres la 
Bataille d'Worcester, traduit de I'Anglois, folding plate 
of Boscobel and White-ladies (shaved), cf., a Rouen, chez 
Pierre Cailloue, 1676, 8vo. (96), Dec. 17, Sotheby £1 iSs. 

Chamois (J. C. Le Vacher de). Recherches sur les Costumes 
et sur les Theatres de toutes les Nations, front, and aqua- 
tint plates by Alix, mostly in col., 2 vol. in i, old cf. gt., 
Paris, chez M. Drouhin, 1790, 4to. (816), April 29, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £1^ 

Charron (Pierre). De la Sagesse, first Elzevir ed., engraved 
title, tall copy (132 mm.), mor., inside gt. borders, g.e., 
dLeide, chez les Elzeviers, 1646, 8vo. (99), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £1 5s. 

Chartier (Alain). Les Faiz (dictes et ballades), grotesque 
initial on title, with two heads, lettres batardes, double 
columns of 40 lines, 3 woodcuts, genealogical table, mor., 
inlaid, with monogram M.A., double, MA. in corners and 
the arms of Massena Due de Rivoli, g.e., by Hardy-Mannil 
for the Due de Rivoli (from the Huth collection, ^48 in 
1912), illustration in catalogue, Imprimes a Paris par 

Pierre le Caron en la rue de quiquepoit a lenseigne 

de la croix hldche ou au palais pres la premiere porte de 
lentree [s.d.], sm. folio (172), March 18, Christie 

Edwards, £6% 

Chartier (Alain). Les Faiz (dictes et ballades), grotesque 
initial on title, with one head, lettres batardes, double 
columns, 40 lines to a full page, 3 large woodcuts, genea- 
logical table, old cf., arms of Jean du Bouchet (the Wod- 
hull copy), illustration in catalogue, Imprimez a paris par 
Pierre le caron. Pour Anthoine verard demouranf a paris 
sur leipont nostre dame a lymage saint Jehan, etc., s.d., sm. 
folio (173), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £52 

Chartier (Alain). I>es Faiz (dictes et ballades), with the same 
imprint as Lot 173, the initial L on the title has two 
heads, Spanish cf. (much worn, few margins wormed and 
stained and wanting the blank leaf between the two parts), 
illustration in catalogue (174), March 18, Christie 

Edwards, £^g 

Chartier (Alain). [Les Faiz (dictes et ballades).] Sensuyuet les 
faictz de maistre alai chartier cotenant en soy douze liures 
dot les nos sont en la table cy aps, lettres batardes, double 
columns of 40 lines, title in red and black, with woodcut, 
2 other woodcuts, genealogical table and ornamental 
initials, mor. ex., g.e., by Trautz-Bauzonnet (from the 
Huth collection, /13 los. in 1912), Imprimez a Paris par 

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Oct.. 1917 TO Aug., 1918. Fcha 

k ^ 

■ la veusve sen iehan trepperel et Jehan iehannot [s.d.], sm. 

W 4to. (175), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £17 

W Chateaubriand (F. R. A., Vicomte de). Oiuvres completes, 

ports., 20 vol., cf. ex., g.e., by Clarke, crest of Earl Fitz- 

william, Paris, Penaud Frdres, n.d. [1849], 8vo. (78), 

April 29, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £^ 

Chateaubriand (F. R. A., Vicomte de). CEuvres Conipldtes, 

plates, 12 vol., hf. mor., g.e., 1859-61, 8vo. (125), May 23, 

Puttick Edwards, £2 5s. 

Chatelain (J. B. C.) Views of Churches, Villages, etc. adjacent 

to London, 50 plates by J. Roberts, MS. title, cf. ex., g.e., 

^ 1750, oblong 8vo. (955), April 8, Sotheby Stead, £10 los. 

H^ Chatterton (Thos.) Poems, by " Thomas Rowley," ed. by 

W Robert Steele, ornamental borders and initial letters by 

p Chas. Ricketts, 210 copies printed, 2 vol., art bds., uncut. 

Vale Press, 1898, roy. 8vo. (1064), July 22, Sotheby 

Heffer,£i 15s. 

[Chatto (W. A.)] Treatise on Wood Engraving, upwards of 

300 engravings on wood by J. Jackson, hf. mor., g.e., 

1839, imp. 8vo. (709), Oct. 23, Sotheby Last, £1 

[Chatto's own annotated copy, including the " Third 

Preface," which he had especially printed, as well as the 

rare slip engraving of Ovingham Parsonage at p. 712.] 

Chaucer (G.) Canterbury Tales, second issue, a portion only, 

containing 131 leaves instead of 168, three of which are 

(defective and three in fac, begins on ciij, bladk letter, 
double columns, new mor., by Leighton, the orig. leaves 
tall and sound, woodcuts, Emprynted at Westmestre by 
Wynkin de Worde, 1498, sm. folio (1065), July 22, Sotheby 
Dohell, £s<y 
[;^i,ooo, modern mor., the only perfect copy known, 
the Ashburnham sale, June 25, 1897, Sotheby, Lot 1048.] 
Chaucer (G.) Canterbury Tales, ed. by T. Tyrwhitt, port, 
and plate, large paper, 5 vol., cf. gt., uncut, t.e.g., by 
Bedford, 1822, 8vo. (710), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Bumpus, £5 5s. 
Chaucer (G.) Workes, hlack letter, double columns, title 
within woodcut border, woodcuts and ornamental initials 
(some margins repaired), mor. ex., g.e., by Rividre, Im- 
printed . . by Rycharde Kele dwellynge in Lombarde Strete 
nere unto the Stockes Market at the Syne of the Egle, n.d. 
[c. 1538 ?], sm. folio (1066), July 22, Sotheby Heffer, £2$ 
[In this ed. the Plowman's Tale appeared for the first 
time. It precedes the Parson's Tale, and differs in other 
respects from the dated eds. of 1542.] 
Chaucer (G.) Works, compiled by John Lidgate, ed. by John 
Stow, hXat^ letter, double columns, title woodcut of 
Chaucer's arms, woodcut headpiece at the beginning of 
the Canterbury Tales, wants the divisional titles to the 
Canterbury Tales and Romaunt of the Rose, a portion of 
the Ust of hard words is wrongly place (some leaves 

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stained), old cf. (chafed), 1561, folio (1050), Oct, 23, 
Sotheby Schumacher, £g 

\£\o, russ. (rebacked), last leaf mended and some head- 
lines cut close, Dec. 6, Hodgson, Lot 295.] 

Chaucer (G.) Works, compiled by John Lidgate, ed. by John 
Stow, blacfe letter, woodcut of Chaucer's arms on title, 
genealogical woodcut borders to the Canterbury Tales 
and Romant de la Rose (leaf Dd 6 defective, some head- 
lines cut into), old cf., /. Kyngston for J. Wyght, 1561, 
folio (79), April 29, Sotheby Heffer, ;^io 

[£j 5s., old cf., wanting leaves 261-270, some leaves 
wormed and soiled, same sale, Lot 80.] 

Chaucer (G.) Works, Speght's second ed., hlatk letter, double 
columns, title within woodcut border, the armorial port, 
of Chaucer inserted from a smaller copy, orig. cf. gt., 
bookplate (^ Isham) inside cover, large copy, on 2 fly- 
leaves at the beginning are two contemp. MS. 17th century 
poems in English, Adam Islip, 1602, folio (1241), April 8, 
Sotheby Edwards, £11 

[£2 14s., hf. cf., port, inserted, May 14, Sotheby, Lot 
581.] 

Chaucer (G.) Works, ed. by John Urry, port, of Chaucer by 
Virtue and of Urry by Pigne, plates, Mitford's copy, old 
cf., 1 72 1, folio (283), March 25, Sotheby Braun, £1 6s. 

Chaucer (G.) [Works.]" Poetical Works, ed. by Sir H. Nicolas, 
Pickering's Aldine ed., port., 6 vol., mor., g.e., by Hayday, 
Pickering, 1845, 8vo. (429), Nov. 5, Sotheby Bmnpus, £5 

Chaucer (G.) [Works.] Poetical Works, ed. by Sir H. Nicolas, 
Aldine ed,, port., 6 vol., cf. ex., 1866, 8vo. (66), July 22, 
Sotheby Coup land, £1 4s. 

Chaucer (G.) Works, ed. by F. S. Ellis, boarded stamped 
ornamental pigskin, with clasps (Doves Bindery, 1896), 
Kelmscott Press, 1896, royal folio (990), April 29, Sotheby 

Shepherd, £gi 
[£'^6 and ;^82, orig. bds., canvas back, as issued, April 
22, Christie, Lots 2426-7.] 

Chaucer (G.) Works, ed. by F. S. Ellis, 425 copies printed, 
in black and red, 87 designs by Sir E. Burne-Jones, orna- 
mental borders and initials, etc., uncut, as issued, Kelms- 
cott Press, 1896, large folio (484), July 22, Sotheby 

Shepherd, £^^ 

Chaucer (G.) Works, ed. by F. S. Ellis, orig. bds., canvas 
back, uncut, with A.L.s. from Burne-Jones inserted, 
Kelmscott Press, 1896, roy. folio (113), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Tregaskis, £SS 

Chaucer Society. Publications, Series I., No, 1-99 (wanting 
8 nos., a few in duplicate), 1 868-191 2 — Series II., No, 
1-48 (wanting 6 nos., a few in duplicate), 1869- 1908, 8vo, 
and oblong 4to. (1399), April 8, Sotheby Quaritch, ^27 

Chauncy (Chas.) All Nations of the Earth blessed in Christ, 
a Sermon preached at Boston at the Ordination of the 
Rev. Mr. Joseph Bowman to the work of the Gospel 

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Ministry more especially among the Mohawk-Indians, 
mor. ex., g.t., by Rividre, fine copy, Boston, John Draper, 
1762, 8vo. (35), Dec. 17, Sotheby Plaistow. £3 15s. 

[Chaussard (J. B.)] Fetes et Courtisanes de la Grdce, front., 
plates and music, 4 vol., hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., Paris, 1821, 
Svo. (478), Dec. 17, Sotheby Hunt. £1 8s. 

Chelidonius (Bened.) Passio lesu Chr'i amarulenta, woodcuts 
by the master NH (one signed), cf. (the Heber copy), 
Coloniae in off. Qiienteliana, 1526, i2mo. (119), Dec. 10, 
Christie Edwards, £^ 

[The 17th cut in this copy is inverted. Collation: 
a-e8 = 40 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Chemin (Le droict) de Lospital, et de ceulx qui en sont pos- 
sesseurs et heritiers, got^ic letter (8 leaves), in prose (text 
shaved at top), mor., g.e. (from the Yemeniz and Didot 
collections). Absque nota, [at end] : 

Cy finist le chemin de Lhospital 
Ou fortune maine grans et petis 
A pied par faulte de cheual 
Qui est la fin de gens mal aduertis, etc. 
i2mo. (176), March 18, Christie Maggs, £1^ 

Chemin (Le droict) de lospital, Et ceulx qui en sont possesseurs, 
lettres batardes, cut on title (8 leaves), mor., g.e., by 
Chambolle-Duru, Imprime a Paris . . . par Jeha Trepperel 
z Jehd Jehdnot, s.d., i2mo. (177), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £1-^ los. 

Chesterfield (Lord). Letters, ed. by Lord Mahon (afterwards 
Earl Stanhope), ports., 5 vol., cf. gt., inscription in the 
autograph of Earl Stanhope, coroneted monogram in gold 
on covers, 1845-53, 8vo. (68), July 22, Sotheby 

Leon, £6 6s. 

Chesterfield (Lord). Miscellaneous Works, ed. by M. Maty, 
2 vol., 1777, 4to. — Walpole's Notes on Maty, 8vo. — 
Letters of the Earl of Chesterfield to his Godson and 
Successor, ed. by the Earl of Carnarvon, i vol., Oxford, 
1890, 4to. — The Fine Gentleman's Etiquette, or Lord 
Chesterfield's Advice to his Son, versified by a Lady, 
1776, 4to., inlaid to 4to. size where necessary, extra illus- 
trated and extended to 11 vol. by the insertion of 738 
ports., 408 views, 30 drawings, 82 caricatures, 16 auto- 
graphs and 80 coats-of-arms and miscellaneous items, 
together 11 vol., hf. mor. gt., t.e.g. (479), April 29, Sotheby 

Bumpus, £^0 

Chetham Society. Publications, Vol. i.-cxiv., with Indices, 
New Series, Vol. i.-lxv. and Vol. Ixxiii., together 182 vol., 
Manchester, 1844-1915, 4to. (58), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Pickard, £10 10&. 

Chiewitz (E.) Scener ur Fredmans Epistlar och Sangar, 12. 
col. plates (title torn and first plate stained), wrappers, 
Stockholm, C. Beleen, 1827, oblong folio (817), April 29, 
Sotheby Spencer, £1^ 

Chifney (S.) Genius Genuine, first ed., with the title of 

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" Genius Genuine," hf. ci., Sold only for the Author [Shury, 
Printer), n.d. (1803), 8vo. (942), April 29, Sotheby 

Hulton, £2 

Chifney (S.) Narrative containing a full Account of the 
running of his Royal Highness's horse " Escape " at 
Newmarket, first ed. (pp. 21-2 defective), old hf. of.. 
Printed for the Author, by Davis, Wilks and Taylor, n.d. 
(1801), 8vo. (941), April 29, Sotheby Hulton, £j 

Child (F. J.) See English and Scottish Ballads 

Chinenson (E. J.) Elizabeth Montagu the Queen of the Blue 
Stockings, her Correspondence from 1720 to 1761, illus- 
trations, 2 vol., extended to 8 vol., and extra illustrated 
with a collection of ports., maps, engravings and a collec- 
tion of autograph letters written by or addressed to Mrs. 
Montagu, hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g., 1906, 8vo. (1201), Dec. 4, 
Sotheby Suckling, £1^ 

Choderlos de Laclos (A. F.) Les Liaisons Dangereuses, first 
ed., 4 parts in 2 vol., hf. mor., rough edges, t.e.g., Amst., 
1782 (823), Dec. 17, Sotheby Stewart, £2 i8s. 

Choderlos de Laclos (A. F.) Les Liaisons Dangereuses, en- 
gravings, 2 vol., hf. roan, uncut, Lond. {Paris), 1796, 8vo. 
(12 1 7), Dec. 4, Sotheby Bain, £5 15s. 

Choderlos de Laclos (A. F.) Les Liaisons Dangereuses, col. 
lithographs by Lubin de Beauvais, one of 40 copies on 
Japan paper, with the illustrations in three states, and an 
orig. drawing, wrappers, 1908, 8vo. (77), March 19, Puttick 

Rimell, £-^ los. 

Chodowiecki (G.) Recueil d'Estampes relatives au Manuel 
£lementaire d'Education, par Jean Bernard Basedow, 
destinees a 1' Usage des jeunes gens et de leurs Amis, 96 
plates in compartments, chiefly after Daniel Chodowiecki 
by G. Chodowiecki, modern cf. ex., uncut, t.e.g., by 
Riviere, Berlin and Dessau, 1774, oblong 4to. (1067), July 
22, Sotheby Jameson, £4. 

[Choiseul.] Cabinet Choiseul, Recueil d'Estampes gravees 
d'apres les Tableaux du Cabinet du Due de Choiseul, par 
le Sieur Basan, port, and 128 plates, with a few extra 
in different states inserted, hf. cf., Paris, chez I'Auteur, 
1771, 4to. (741), Feb. 20, Sotheby Rimell, £y 5s. 

[£2 2S., mor. gt., g.e., Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 445.] 

Chorier (Nic.) Dialogues of Luisa Sigea, literally translated, 
3 vol., wrappers, uncut, Paris, J. Liseux, 1890, 8vo. (740), 
May 14, Sotheby James, £^ 

Christian Praiers and Holy Meditations, black letter (imperfect 
at beginning), in old tapestry binding, with a semis of 
T's worked in silver thread, R. Robinson, 1589, 8vo. 
(1341), Oct. 23, Sotheby Legg, £2 los. 

Christine of Pisa. Lart de cheualerie selon Vegece (lequel 
traite de la maniere que les princes doiuent tenir au fait 
de leurs guerres et batailles), lettres batardes, double 
columns, 33 lines, woodcuts (col.), old oak bds. and 
leather, metal ornaments (much worn), prel. leaves badly 

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wormed and corner of the first wanting, not subject to 
return, Explicit le liure de droit darmes subtil ite z cautelU 
adce seruds selon Vegece . . . Intprime le xxvie. iour de 
luing 1488 par Ant. verard Libraire demourant a Paris 
sur le pont nrB dame, sm. folio (179), March 18, Christie 

Pickering, ^56 

[Christus. Auslegung des Leben Jesu Christi.] 0.2 : Gaist- 
liche vsslegong [sic] des lebes [sic] Ihesu Cristi, got^ic 
letter, 40 lines to a page, with signatures, 87 woodcuts 
(wanting 8), with contemp. colouring, woodcut initials 
(also col.), wanting several leaves (a2 and last leaf in fac), 
orig. wooden bds., stamped leather, with figures of roses, 
etc. (rebacked) [s.n., Augsburg, Joh. Schobsser, c. 1490-4], 
sm. folio (120), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, l^% 

[First ed. Hain *2i46, Proctor 1868. Collation : a-x8, 
yio(?) = i78 leaves, unnumbered. Wanted a2-6, X7.8, 
yi-9 ; a2 and yio are in fac. An extra (?) woodcut, in- 
laid, added between e6 and ey.] 

[Christus. Die Neue Ehe und das Passional.] F. i verso : 
Hie hebt sich an der anfang der newen ee, vnnd das pas- 
sional von ihesu vnd marie leben, gotl^ic letter, 38 lines to 
a page, without marks, 75 woodcuts and many small 
initials, mor., Atigsberg, A. Sorg, 1476, sm. folio (122), 
Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £150 

[First ed. Hain *4057, Proctor 1647. Old MS. signa- 
tures on first page Collation : =156 printed leaves.] 

[Christus. Die Neue Ehe und das Passional.] Title : Von 
der kinthait vnsers her ihesu cristi gent vita cristi, German 
0Otf)ic letter, 74 woodcuts, ornamental initials in outhne, 
mor. ex., blind tooled to a XVth century pattern, dull 
g.e. (the William Morris copy), Augsburg, A. Sorg, 1491, 
sm. folio (123), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £Sd> 

[Fourth ed. Hain *4o6o. Morris, " German Wood- 
cuts," No. 23 (this copy). MS. inscriptions on title-page. 
Title and few leaves repaired. Collation : a-q8, rio= 138 
leaves.] 

[Christus.] Hier beghint dat leven ons heren Ihesu cristi, 
square gotfjic letter, 20 lines to a page, signatures, 50 full- 
page woodcuts, including one on title, all with contemp. 
col., mor., g.e., by Belz-Niedr6e, Geeprent Tantwerpe . , . 
Bi mi Henrijc Eckert vd Hoberch, 1510, i2mo. (121), Dec. 
10, Christie Quaritch, £ij los. 

[Collation: a-d8, e4, f-r8, S4, t-z, z, 98, a-b8 = 2o8 
leaves, unnumbered. £6, apparently the same copy, but 
now found to want one leaf, March 18, Christie, Lot 864. [ 

[Christus.] Ic sal horen wat die h6 god in mi spreke sal 
Salich is die ziel de de h6 in hair spreke hoort, etc., 116 
leaves, gutflir letter, 20 lines to a full page, 7 large wood- 
cuts and J 5 smaller ones, painted initials, cf. gt., g.e., 
Schoonhoven, canons of the monastery of S. Michael in den 
Hem., 1504, i2mo. (297), Dec. 10, Christie Edwards, £1^ 

[Christus.] Passio Domini. [a2] : (e) Gressus ihesus venit 

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cu discipulis su is in villa q' d'r getzemani tras torrete 
cedron in monte oliveti .... QOtf)ic letter, 24 lines to a 
page, woodcut on title, a8, b4=i2 leaves, only bi has 
signature, mor., most leaves uncut at tail, [s.n., Antwerp, 
G. Back, c. 1495], i2mo. (125), Dec. 10, Christie 

Myers, £^ los, 

Christus Sanctorvm, et Martyrvm Christi Icones (44 leaves, 
including title), 85 woodcuts, moi ., g.e., by Hardy-Mennil, 
Franc. Apud Chr. Egenolphum, 1551, 8vo. (6578), July i, 
Sotheby Edwards, £y 15s. 

[Christus.] Von der kint hait vnnsers herren iesu cristi geiiat 
vita cristi, QOtf)ic letter, double columns of 42 lines, with 
signatures, about 80 woodcuts and large ornamental 
initials, hf. cf. (MS. writing on title, few passages scored 
through, last leaf repaired and margin of another defec- 
tive). Hat getruckt Hanns Schaur zu Augspurg, 1494, sm. 
folio (124), Dec. 10, Christie Myers, {2.1 

[Fifth ed. in German. Not in Hain, Copinger or Proctor. 
Schreiber cites four copies, viz., Berlin, Darmstadt, St. 
Gallen and Prag. Collation: Title -h cix.+ i blank. This 
copy lacks M5 and 6 and the blank.] 

[Chronica.] Beschreibung vnd gemeyne anzeyge, Vonn aller 
Wellt herkommen, Fiirnamen, Launden, Stande, Eygen- 
schafften, Historien, wesen, manier, sitten, an vnd ab- 
gang, gotfjic letter, 52 lines to a page, title within border 
of 14 cuts, 59 Bible cuts by Beham and 190 medallion 
heads of emperors, etc., hf. mor., Getruckt zu Francken- 
fort am Meyn Bei Christian Egenolffen, 1535, folio (126), 
Dec. 10, Christie Tregaskis, £1 i6s. 

[Collation : a, a-u6, *2, x-z6 (last leaf, ? blank, missing) 
= 145 leaves.] 

Chronicles of the Bastille. See Chamerovzow 

Chrysopolita (Zac.) Unum ex quatuor, seu concordantia 
EvangeUorum, lit. qoti)., 182 leaves, including four blanks 
[Hain *5023, Proctor 339, Pellechet 3582], rubricated, 
painted initials, con temp. MS. signatures, catchwords 
and pagination, leather division knobs, contemp. German 
oak bds. and leather, with numerous small stamps, a 
shield of arms (a chevron with a star in sinister chief), 
within diagonal line compartments, clasp catches (worn 
and slightly damaged), s. /. et n., " 1473 " [C. W. Civis 
Argentinensis], large folio (2035), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Parsons, £g 15s. 

Chrysostomus (S. Johannes). De Reparacone lapsi ad Aman- 
ticu lapsum, lit. QOtf)., 40 leaves, the last an orig. blank, 
blank for first leaf wanting [Hain 5051, Proctor 814], 
rubricated, painted initials, a fine engraving of an ab- 
original woman (? Eve) suckling a child in a cave, by A. 
Durer, pasted in cover, mor. gt., by Faulkner (Inglis 
copy). Absque ulla nota [Coloniae, U. Zel, 147 — ], sm. 4to. 
(2039), Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £8 los. 

Chrysostomus (S. Johannes). [Homiliae in Matthaeum.] [At 

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. Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [cic 

end] " Traductio librum sancti Joannis Crisostomi super 
Mathaeum e Greco i latinu edita a Georgio trapezontio 
directaq^ sanctissimo presuli Nicholao Pape v.," ed. 

f)rima, lit. flOtf)., 252 leaves, including an orig. blank at 
eaf 128 (with point-holes), rubricated, painted capitals 
[Hain *5034, Proctor 197], hf. modern russ., Absque ulla 
nota [Argentinae, Johannes Mentelin, not after 1466], 
folio (2036), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, ^82 

Chudleigh (Eliz.) Life and Memoirs of Elizabeth Chudleigh, 
afterwards Mrs. Hervey and Countess of Bristol, com- 
monly called Duchess of Kingston, mor. gt., t.e.g., by 
Zaehnsdorf, n.d., 4to. (813), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Edwards, £1 4s. 
[/4 4s., cf. ex., extra illustrated copy, Dec. 12, Hodg- 
son, Lot 129.] 

Churchill (Chas.) Poems, first collected ed., 2 vol. (wanted 
hf.-title to The Farewell in Vol. ii.), old English mor. gt., 
g.e., 1763-5, 4to. (423), Feb. 20, Sotheby Parsons, £6 los. 

Churchill (Chas.) Poetical Works, ed. by W. Tooke, Picker- 
ing's Aldine ed., port., 3 vol., mor., g.e., by Hayday, 
Pickering, 1844, 8vo. (432), Nov. 5, Sotheby Bumpus, £6 

Churchill (J.) Collection of Voyages and Travels, with the 
Harleian Collection, maps and plates, together 8 vol., old 
cf. gt., r.e., 1744-5, folio (289), Dec. 4, Sotheby 

Edwards, £;^ los. 

Chytraeus (D.) A Postill or orderly disposing of certeyne 
Epistles usually read in the Church of God, trans, by 
Arthur Godyng, blacfe letter, engraved title and woodcut 
initials, cf. gt., r.e.. Imprinted at London for Lucas Harry- 
son 6- George Bishop, 1577, 4to. (417), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, i8s. 

Cibber (Colley). Apology for his Life, illustrated by the addi- 
tion of 132 ports., including 32 mezzotints and 21 en- 
graved views, fancy subjects, etc., inlaid and mounted, 
I vol. 8vo., inlaid and extended to 2 vol. folio, old English 
mor. gt., g.e., 1750, folio (69), July 22, Sotheby Thorp, £^0 
[This was formerly the property of Queen Charlotte, 
Consort of George the Third, and was illustrated by her 
with prints from her private collection. It formed part 
of the library of the Princess Sophia, whose autograph 
signature, " Sophy," appears on the title leaf.] 

Cibber (Colley). The Tragical History of King Richard HL, 
mor. ex., g.e., by Riviere, B. Lintott and A. Bettesworth, 
n.d. (? 1700) (763), April 8, Sotheby Dohell, £3 

Cicero. De Amicitia [et Versus XII. Sapientum], lit- flOt^., 
30 leaves, without marks, the iast an orig. blank [Hain 
5302, Proctor 812] (margins frayed by damp). Absque 
ulla nota [Coloniae, U. Zel, 146 — ] — " Marci Tulii Cice- 
ronis Paradoxa incipit," lit- flotl^. [ut supra], 13 leaves 
[Proctor 813], ib. — Burley (Walter). " Incipit pulcher 
tractate coUcus p Venerabilem doctore Walteru burley 
Anglicu De Vita pho]/*" Ht. gotl^., 98 leaves, without 

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marks [Hain 4122, Proctor 931], [colophon, in red] . . 
Per me Arnoldu ter hoene, Anno dni 1482 [Coloniae], in i 
vol., all rubricated, old cf. (broken), from the Sunderland 
library, sm. 4to. (2050), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Maggs, £11 los. 

Cicero. De Finibus Bonorum & Malorum lib. V. (cum Pre- 
fatione Georgii Merulae), lit. rom., 89 leaves, without 
marks [Hain 5328, Proctor 4036], old cf. gt., r.e., clean 
copy, from the Hopetoun library, [colophon] Venetiis, 
M.cccc.LXXi. Christophoro Mauro Duce. Joanne ex Colonia 
Agrippinensi sumptu ministrante impressum [Impressum 
per Wendelin de Spira], sm. folio (2051), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^^ 

Cicero. [De Ofificiis.] Ein Biich, So Marcus Tullius Cicero der 
Romer, etc., 0Otf)ic letter, woodcut on title of Julius 
Caesar enthroned and on verso the port, of Johann, baron 
Schwartzenberg, by Weiditz, after Diirer, over 100 other 
woodcuts, chiefly by Weiditz, ornamental initials, hf. cf., 
Augsburg, H. Steyner, 1531, sm. folio (127), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, £iS los. 

[First ed. of Neuber's version. Collation : Prel. 8, 
A-06, p8 (last leaf missing, probably a blank). Illustra- 
tion in catalogue.] 

Cicero. [De Ofhciis.] Ein Biich so M. T. Cicero der Romer, 
etc., lit. flOtf)., woodcuts by H. Burgkmair, title mended 
(two holes in second leaf), new mor. gt., Augspurg, H. 
Steyner, 1533, folio (429), Feb. 20, Sotheby Quaritch, £5 

Cicero. [De Ofhciis.] Tulles des offices z operatios humaynes 
vertueuses z honestes familierement, lettres batardes, 
title in red and black, mor. ex., Lyon, Oliuier Arnoullet, 
1533, 1 2 mo. (182A), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £7 

Cicero. [De Ofhciis], trans, into German by Jo. Neuber, got()ic 
letter, a page-for-page reprint of the ed. of 153 1, with 
slight alterations (a new cut M.5 verso), Augsberg, H. 
Steiner, 1535 — Dictys Cretensis & Dares Phrygius, Von 
dem Troianischen Kreig, trans, by Tatius, first ed., got()tC 
letter, 67 woodcuts by Burgkmair, Weiditz, etc., ib., 1536, 
2 vol. in I (i) prel. 8 4xci. leaves, (2) prel. 12 + lxxxii. 
leaves, parchment, sm. folio (128), Dec. 10, Christie 

Dobell, £7 

Cicero. De Oratore libri III., ed. princeps, 108 leaves, semi- 
gotf)ic letter, 30 long lines to a page, without marks, large 
illuminated initial on first page, 3 other similar initials, 
old mor. ex., g.e. (from the Pembroke collection, ;^ 1,000 
in 1914) [Hain 5098, Proctor 3287], MS. notes in the 
margins, [s.n., Subiaco, Conrad Sweynheym and Arnold 
Pannartz before Sept. 30, 1465], sm. folio (181), March 18, 
Christie Maggs, ;^630 

Cicero. De Philosophia, Prima Pars [et Volumen Secundum], 
2 vol., ruled in red, Paris, ex off. Roberti Stephani, 1543, 
8vo. (10), April 8, Sotheby Edwards, £7 los. 

[XVI. cent. French mor. gt. ; style of Clovis Eve.] 

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Cicero. De Philosophia Tomus Primus (-Secundus), 2 vol., 
contemp. Italian cf., gt. to a Grolieresque pattern, de- 
signs on sides not uniform, Apud Seb. Gryphium Lugduni, 
1548, i2mo. (148), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^35 

Cicero. [De Senectute.] Des hochberiimpten biichlein v6 
dem Alter, diirch herr Johan Neuber, Qottlir letter, 40 lines 
to a page, title within woodcut border, 5 large woodcuts 
by Hans Weiditz, hf. mor., Augsburg, Sigism. Grimm, 1522, 
sm. folio (129), Dec. 10, Christie Sotheran, Ij 8s. 

[Probably the first ed. of the first German trans. A 
few marginal MS. notes. Collation : A-D4, e6 = 22 leaves, 
unnumbered.] 

Cicero. Epistolae ad Atticum, Seb. Corradi brevissimis Inter- 
pretationibus illustratae, contemp. Venetian mor., scroll 
ornaments, with the oval device of Apollo and motto 
in centres, repeated in medallion at each corner, attributed 
to Canevari (slightly damaged), Venet., Hieron. Scotus, 
1544, sm. folio (94), Dec. 17, Sotheby Preston, £2j 

Cicero. Epistolae ad Atticum, ad M. Brutum, ad Quintum 
fratrem, italic letter, mor. gt., " au pointill6 " decoration, 
silk linings and end-leaves, g.e., by P. Bozerian jeune, 
fine copy, Venetiis, apud Aldi Filios. 1544, 8vo. (144), 
June 10, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 

Cicero. Epistolae ad Atticum, Pauli Manutii in easdem 
Epistolas Scholia, italic letter, contemp. cf. gt. to a 
Grolieresque design, g.e., fine copy, LuteticB, ex officina 
R. Siephani, 1547, i2mo. (146), June 10, Sotheby 

Davis 6- Orioli, £j 

Cicero. Epistolae ad Familiares, lit. rom., 146 leaves, without 
marks [Hain 5169, Proctor 4143], first page decorated, 
painted capitals, modern veil. [s. /. et w.], " mcccclxxi." 
[with 4 lines of verse above] [Venetiis, Adam de Ammergau, 
1471] (2054), Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £7.1 

Cicero. Ex Platonis Timaeo particula, Greek and italic letter, 
orig. mor., ornamented with panels, enclosing gold arab- 
esques, three bands on back, with contemp. lettering, 
a-mS, n4, op8 = pp. 232, g.e., in case, Basle [s. /., s. a., c. 
i53o]» sm. 8vo. (130), Dec. 10, Christie Edwards, £1^ 

Cicero. [Opera Varia.] Rhetorica, de Inventione, de Oratore, 
de Claris Oratoribus, Orator, Topica, Oratoriae Parti- 
tiones, de Optimo Genere Oratorum (cum Indice), ed. 
Aldina secunda, contemp. Venetian mor., gt. ornaments 
and figure of Fortune, gt. gauffred edges, Venetiis in 
Aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Soceri mense Octobri, 1521, sm. 
4to. (2041), Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £6 6s. 

Cicero. Orationes XXX., ed. princeps, lit. rom., 260 leaves, 
without marks, including two orig. blanks (has not the 
leaf of table) [Hain 5122, Proctor 4137], numerous MS. 
notes in the fly-leaves and margins by a former possessor, 
1490-93, named Willelmus Panntz, veil., with flap and 
leather tie, from Wm. Morris's library (;^io los. in 1898), 

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Venetiis, Christopher Valdarfer, 1471, foHo (2045), Nov. 
22, Sotheby Maggs, £31 

Cicero. Orationes XXX., lit. rom., 298 leaves, including two 
blanks, without marks, some leaves supplied in contemp. 
MS. [Hain *5i23, Proctor 4150], illuminated initial and 
decorated coat-of-arms on first page and a col. contemp. 
ex-libris on fly-leaf, text rubricated, painted initials 
(some leaves wormed), contemp. monastic oak bds. and 
pigskin, from the Carthusian library at Buxheim, [colophon] 
. . Ambergau natus ahenis impressit formis. Ecce M agister 
Adam m.cccc.lxxii. {Venetiis, 1472), thick folio (2046), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Davis &> Orioli, £15 

Cicero. Orationes, lit. rom., 286 leaves, with signs. [Hain 
♦5124, Proctor 4464, Pellechet 3691], contemp. German ? 
oak bds. and mor., stamped ornaments, chased clasp 
catches, metal rims and centre-pieces, written title on 
veil., both covers rubbed, [colophon] . . Expliciunt Orones 
. . et p Nicolau G. Venetiis, impraese Anno domini m.cccc. 
Lxxx. die X. Martii [Nic. de Girardengis, 1480], folio 
(2047), Nov. 22, Sotheby Qnaritch, £37 

Cicero. [Orationes.] Orationum Tomus primus ex castigatione 
Joannis BouUerii, contemp. Lyonnese cf., inlaid, with gt. 
scrolls and semis of points, g.e. (well preserved), Lugduni, 
ap. Ant. Vincentium, 1560, sm. 8vo. (2048), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £2^ 

Cicero. Tusculanae Quaestiones ad Brutum, lib. V., lit. rom. 
(and large gotf)ic), 69 leaves, without marks [Hain 5312, 
Proctor 3338, Pellechet 3777] (wants leaf of text in the 
last quire and 3 blanks), headings written in red ink, 
painted initials (d 3 verso left blank by the printer, caus- 
ing the loss of a page of text), modern mor. gt., g.e. (Syston 
Park copy), [colophon] . . Rome per Mgrm Ulricum han 
de Wienna, Anno dhi m.cccclxviiii. Die vero prima 
mensis Aprilis (1469), sm. folio (2056), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^g 

Cicero. Tusculanae Questiones ad Brutum, roman letter, 33 
long lines to a page, without marks, with 5 painted orna- 
mental initials in " camaieu gris " style, ornamental arms 
in the same style [Hain 5313, Proctor 4088], 85 leaves -f- 
2 blanks at end, old mor. ex., g.e. (from the Pembroke 
collection, ;^i8o in 1914), Impressum Venetiis per Nico- 
laum lenson Gallicum, 1472, sm. folio (182), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, ;^iii 

Cie9a de Leon (Pedro). Chronica del Peru (ed. segunda), 
woodcuts, cf. ex., g.e., by Simier, fine copy, En Anvers en 
Casa de Martin Nucio, 1554, cr. 8vo. (741), May 14, 
Sotheby Ellis. £g 

Cino (Sinibaldi). Rime, novellamente poste in luce ; Rime del 

Montemagno da Pistoia, Coetanio del Petrarca, 2 parts in 

I vol., italic letter, mor. ex., by Duru, Roma, per Antonio 

Blado (1559), 8vo. (149), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £3 

[Published by N. Pilli under the title " Raccolta di 

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rime antiche." In the present copy this general title is 

wanting.] 

Cipriani (G. B.) Collection of Prints after the Sketches and 
Drawings of Cipriani, 50 plates by Earlom and Barto- 
lozzi, some tinted in red or brown, hf. russ., J. Boydell, 
1789, roy. folio (317), Dec. 6, Hodgson Spencer, £^ 

[£^, mor., Nov. 26, Christie, Lot 137; ;^2i, hf. roan, 
April 29, Sotheby, Lot 568.] 

Cipriani. Musici Fxcelentissimi Motectorum nuperrime maxima 
diligentia in lucem aeditorum, liber primus, 5 separate 
parts, musical notation (from type), wrappers, Venetijs, 
A. Gardane, 1544, oblong 4to. (78), May 13, Sotheby 

Quarittyh, £^ 

[Clapham (J.)] Historic of Great Britannic, medallion ports, 
and pedigrees (a few stains), russ. gt., g.e., crest on sides, 
by Lewis, 1606, 4to. (895), Oct. 23, Sotheby Tregaskis, £2 

Clarendon (Earl of). History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars 
in England, port., 3 vol., 1707 — Life, written by himself, 
1759. together 4 vol., large paper (six copies said to 
have been printed), extended to 7 vol. and extra illus- 
trated by the addition of upwards of 1,000 ports., views, 
maps, plans, etc., and 90 autograph letters, etc., inlaid or 
mounted, mor. ex., Harleian style, g.e., by J. Clarke, 
Oxford, 1707-59 (150), June 10, Sotheby Edwards, £iS5 

Clarendon (Earl of). History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars 
in England, and his Life, ports, by M. Van der Gucht, 
together 9 vol., old mor. gt., g.e., monogram of J. M [ark- 
land] on the backs, Oxford, 1720-61, 8vo. (712), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Maggs, £^ i8s. 

Clarendon (Earl of). History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars 
in England, 7 vol., russ. gt., g.e., arms on sides, Oxford, 
1849, 8vo. (72), July 22, Sotheby Leon, £1 los. 

Clark (R.) Words of the most favourite Pieces Performed 
at the Glee and Catch Clubs and other Societies, illustrated 
by the insertion of 118 ports., with MS. index, in 2 vol., 
old mor. gt. (Vol. ii. loose in cover), 1814, 8vo. (642), 
Dec. 12, Hodgson Edwards, £2 

Clark (S.) Views in Scotland, no title, 32 col. aquatint plates, 
hf. roan, n.d. [1825], atlas folio (819), April 29, Sotheby 

Duncan, £6() 

[Clark (Wm.)] Archerie Reviv'd, a Poetical Essay, hf. roan 

(some headlines cut into), Edinh., 1677, 4to. (544), Jan. 

22, Sotheby Fenton, £2 i8s. 

Clarke (J. S.) and McArthur (J.) Life of Nelson, engravings, 
2 vol., contemp. mor. ex., g.e., 1809, roy. 4to. (617), July 
29, Sotheby Edwards, £2 12s. 

Clarkson (C.) History of Richmond, Yorkshire, plan, plates 
and woodcuts, cf. ex., t.e.g., Richmond, 182 1, 4to. (896), 
Oct. 23^ Sotheby Pickard, £2 Ss. 

Claude le Lorraine. Beauties of Claude Lorraine, consisting 
of twenty-four Landscapes selected from the Liber Veri- 

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tatis, port, and tinted plates, mor. gt., t.e.g., by Zaehns- 
dorf, 1825, folio (883), Dec. 17, Sotheby Arthur, £6 2S. 6d. 

Claude le Lorraine. Liber Veritatis, orig. ed., 200 engravings 
by R. Earlom, 2 vol. (without the supplementary vol.), 
contemp. cf. gt., J. Boydell, 1777, folio (316), Dec. 6, 
Hodgson Spencer, £5 15s. 

[£^ 5s., contemp. mor. gt., 2 vol., June 14, 1915, 
Knight, Frank and Rutley, Lot 1177; £7 los., old cf., 
2 vol., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 82 ; £g 5s., old mor. gt., 
2 vol., same sale. Lot 83 ; ;^i2, russ., 2 vol., Aug. 7, Sotheby, 
Lot 289.] 

Claude Le Lorraine. Liber Veritatis, or a Collection of Prints, 
executed by Richard Earlom, port, and 300 plates in 
bistre, 3 vol., hf. mor., g.e., n.d. and 1819, folio (75), July 
22, Sotheby Thorp, £5 los. 

Claude le Lorraine. Liber Veritatis, 200 engravings by 
Richard Earlom, port., 3 vol., hf. mor., g.e., Boydell, n.d., 
folio (618), June 17, Sotheby Rimell, £^ los. 

Clavell (J no.) Recantation of an ill led Life : or, A Disco verie 
of the High- Way Law, etc. (in Verse), first ed., sheep, 
R. Meighen, i2mo., 1628 — Second ed., with additions, cf. 
ex., by Morrell, R. Meighen, 1628, sm. 4to., together 2 
vol. (170), Dec. 12, Hodgson D obeli, £2 lis. 

Claxton (L.) The Quakers Downfal, old cf., pp. 72 (stain on 
title, contemp. MS. notes on some margins), London, 
printed for the Authour, 1659, sm. 4to. (84), April 10, 
American Art Association $40 

Clemens (S. L.) Original MS. of " More Tramps abroad," 
comprising about 1,800 8vo. sheets, in the autograph of 
the author, with the exception of a few printed extracts 
and 9 typewritten pages, with a pencil note, dated June 
15/97, to his publishers, added (548), March 25, Sotheby 

Spencer, ^^20 

Clement V. (Pope). Constitutiones una cum Apparatu Jo. 
Andreae Episc. Alerinesis [etiam cum Constitutione 
execrabilis Johannis Papae XXII. ], lit. QOtE). (2 types), 
76 leaves, without marks, the first a blank [Hain *5407, 
Proctor 272], new bds. and mor. ex., by Winstanley, with 
rough edges, Absque ulla nota [Argentinae, H. Eggestein, 
c. 1469], large folio (2063), Nov. 22, SothelDy 

Quaritch, £12 los. 

Clement V. (Pope). Constitutiones cum apparatu Jo. Andreae, 
QOtf)ic letter, printed on veil., initial on first page in gold 
and col., with marginal decorations, other initials painted, 
orig. wooden bds. and leather, blind tooling in compart- 
ments, with stamps, gt. centre boss and corner-pieces, 
clasps, in case, Mainz, Peter Schoffer, 13 Aug., 1471, 
folio (131), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, /270 

[Hain *54i2, Proctor 96. Collation: 65 leaves, with- 
out signatures or marks, but occasional MS. signatures. 
Illustration in catalogue.] 

Clement V. (Pope). Constitutiones [una cum Apparatu 

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Johannis Andreae Episcopi Aleriensis], lit. flotfj., 87 
leaves, without marks (3 blanks wanting) [Hain *54i5, 
Pellechet 3840], painted capitals, old French mor. gt., 
g.e. (Padeloup), from the Wodhull library, [colophon] . . 
Per Venerabiles Vivos Leonharduz Pflugl et Georgium Lauer 
Rome impressum Anno dhi m.cccclxxiii. die vero deci- 
maoctava menlz Marcii, folio (2064), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Ellis, £14 I OS. 

Clerk (J.) Etchings, chiefly of Views in Scotland, 28 plates, 
hf. mor., Bannatyne Club, 1825, folio (567), Jan. 23, 
Puttick Grant, £1 2s. 6d. 

Cleveland (Duchess of). Battle Abbey Roll, front., 3 vol., 
1889 — History of Battle Abbey, plan, 1877 — Life and 
Letters of Lady Hester Stanhope, front., 1897, sm. 4to. 
(76), July 22, Sotheby Bain, £4 

Cleveland (Duchess of). Battle Abbey Roll, front., 3 vol., 
orig. cl., 1889, 4to. (870), June 17, Sotheby 

G. Harding, £2 4s. 

Climachus (Joannes). [Scala del Paradiso.] [Begins on a j] : 
" In Nomine domini nostri Yesu cristi amen. In Comencia 
el Prologo nel libro Chiamato Climacho," etc., lit. rom., 
200 leaves, with signs. [Hain 5467, Proctor 7240], contemp. 
oak bds. and leather (damaged), uncut, [colophon] m: 
cccc : Lxxviii, Die ; xix. Septembris . . Questro Libro fo 
facto in casa del reverendo miser pre Lunar do longo, rector 
de la giesia de misier Sancto Lorezo datore de bel Vesin . . 
{Bergamo), sm. 4to. (2066), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^6 

Clio and Euterpe, or British Harmony of celebrated Songs 
and Cantatas, engravings and musical scores, 2 vol. in i, 
cf. gt., 1758-9, 8vo. (587), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Rimell, £2 7s. 6d. 

Clio and Euterpe : or, British Harmony, fronts, and head- 
pieces engraved throughout by H. Roberts, 3 vol. (as 
usual, wanting the additional volume), cf., 1759-62, 8vo. 
(631), Dec. 12, Hodgson Edwards, £6 

[£g, cf. ex.. May 13, Sotheby, Lot 12.] 

Clode (C. M.) London Livery Companies. Memorials of the 
Guild of Merchant Taylors, illustrations, hf. bd., m.e., 
Privately printed, 1875, roy. 8vo. (573), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Rimell, £1 5s. 

Clouet (P.) Three hundred French Portraits, ed. by Lord 
Ronald Gower, tinted plates, 2 vol., orig. cl., 1875, folio 
(78), July 22, Sotheby Neuhiiys, £1 12s. 

Clowes (W. L.) The Royal Navy, maps, ports, and" other 
illustrations, 7 vol., orig. cl., 1897-1903, 4to. (521), Oct. 
23, Sotheby W . Brown, £4 12s. 

Clusius (Carolus). Rariorum aliquot Stirpium per Hispanias 
obseruatarum Historia, port, of author by M. Rota, 
woodcuts of flowers, etc., veil., Antverpiae, C. Plantin, 
1576, 8vo. (76), Dec. 17, Sotheby Tregaskis, £1 los. 

Clutterbuck (R.) History and Antiquities of the County of 

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Hertford, large paper, maps and plates by W. and G. 
Cooke, etc., 3 vol., hf. roan, uncut, 1815-27, imp. folio 
(1052), Oct. 23, Sotheby Rimell, £^ 

[Proof plates, the folding map in Vol. i. in duplicate, 
and the cancel and cancelled leaves in Vol. i. and ii.] 

Cobbett (Wm.) Rush-Light (The), by Peter Porcupine 
(William Cobbett), including the rare sixth number, also 
the very rare seventh number, " The Republican Rush- 
Light," the 7 numbers (complete set) in i vol., new hf. 
mor.. New York, London and Philadelphia, 1800, 8vo. 
(1029), Dec. 12, American Art Association $12.50 

Cockayne (Oswald). Leechdoms, Wortcunning and Starcraft 
of Early England, facs., 3 vol., orig. hf. sheep. Rolls Series, 
1864-6, 8vo. (791), July 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £/\. 5s. 

Cockburn (J no.) Journey over Land from the Gulf of Hon- 
duras to the Great South-Sea, with the Travels of Nich. 
Withington in the East Indias, folded map, cf. ex., C. 
Rivington, 1735, 8vo. (742), May 14, Sotheby 

Edwards, £2 los. 

Cocker (Ed.) Twenty-six Engraved Calligraphic Plates, with 
port, of Cocker by Gayw^ood, " aetatis suae 26," dated 
1657, without title, inlaid throughout, hf. bd., [imprint 
on port.] Are to be sold by Samuell Eyre, Stationer, at the 
great north Doore of St. Paule's Church, 4to. (125), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Ellis, £4. 15s. 

[This port., with the plate altered and the name of J. 
Dowse as publisher, is appended to the " Pen's Triumph," 
but this series of engravings is different from that or any 
other known volume by Cocker. It seems probable that 
this may be Cocker's first work, " The Pen's Experience," 
of which no copy is recorded.] 

Cockton (H.) George St. George Julian, The Prince, com- 
plete in the 9 orig. parts as issued (Part i. stained), 24 
illustrations by T. Onwhyn, uncut, in case, Grattan & 
Gilbert, 1841 (743), May 14, Sotheby Spencer. £1 

[Coddington (Wm.)] A Demonstration of True Love Unto 
You the Rulers of the Colony of the Massachusets in New- 
England, hf. mor., pp. 20 (piece torn out of top corner of 
one leaf), reproduction of title in catalogue, No place, 
printed in the year 1674, sm. 4to. (61), April 10, American 
Art Association $420 

Cokayne (G. E.) Complete Peerage, ed. by the Hon. V. 
Gibbs, consisting of Vol. i.-iv., already published, and the 
remainder of the series as issued, buckram, uncut, t.e.g., 
1910, imp. 8vo. (1420), April 8, Sotheby Edwards, £$ 15s. 

Coke (Thos.) and Moore (Hy.) Life of the Rev, John Wesley, 
1792, illustrated by the addition of ports., views and 
autograph letters, arranged. by A. M. Broadley, specially 
pnnted prefaces and titles, in 6 vol., mor. gt., t.e.g., 1792 
(1903), 8vo. (470), Dec. 12, Hodgson Halliday, £7,^ 

Golden (C.) History of the Five Indian Nations of Canada, 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [co^ 

first London ed., folding map, old cf., 1747, 8vo. (84), 
April 29, Sotheby Holbrooke, l^ 15s. 

Colden (C.) History of the Five Indian Nations of Canada, 
third ed., folding map, 2 vol., orig. cf., London, Printed 
for Lockyer Davis . . . 1755, i2mo. (414), Dec. 12, American 
Art Association $13 

[Cole (B.)] Antient Constitutions of the Free and Accepted 
Masons, engraved on 59 pp., including the dedication and 
songs, with A Speech Deliv'd at York, etc., 181 1, and 
Prologue and Epilogue, 2 leaves, both paged 21-22 (cf., 
the Levander copy, and the copies in the Broad ley col- 
lection), cf. and old mor. (rubbed), 1729, 8vo. (910), Oct. 
24, Hodgson Halliday, £^ 5s. 

[See Book-Prices Current, Vol. xxxi., page 162.] 

Cole (J no.) Bibliographical and Descriptive Tour from Scar- 
borough to the Library of a Philobiblist [Francis Wrang- 
ham], port, and woodcuts, Scarborough, 1824 — The 
Talents of Edmund Kean, 181 7, in i vol., contemp. hf. russ. 
gt., uncut, t.e.g., 8vo. (714), Oct. 23, Sotheby Sotheran, £5 
[The author's illustrated copy, with prospectuses, cut- 
tings, extra illustrations and various new insertions.] 

Colebrook (R. H.) Views of Places in the Kingdom of Mysore, 
12 col. aquatint plates (slightly wormed), old hf. roan, 
1805, oblong folio (668), Jan. 22, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 

Coleridge (S. T.) Christabel : Kubla Khan, a Vision — The 
Pains of Sleep, first ed., mor. ex., 1816, 8vo. (1358), April 
8, Sotheby Sotheran, £^ 2S. 

Coleridge (S. T.) Christabel and other Poems, ed. by F. S. 
Ellis, 300 copies printed, veil., uncut, Kelmscott Press, 
1896, sm. 4to. (480), July 22, Sotheby Maggs, £6 15s. 

Coleridge (S. T.) Poems on Various Subjects, first ed., with 
" Errata " leaf and leaf of advertisements at end, cf. ex., 
1796, 8vo. (1371), April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £4 

Coleridge (S. T.) Sibylline Leaves, first ed., hf. cf., with auto- 
graph note in pencil signed by the author inserted, 1817, 
8vo. (1369), April 8, Sotheby ' Dobell, £1 15s. 

Coleridge (S. T.) The Friend, Nos. i to 26, in i vol., including 
the unnumbered part for Jan. 11, 1810, first page written 
on (margin of one leaf defective, 3 leaves show postage- 
stamp, a few stained), hf. cf., Penrith, 1809-10, 4to. (405), 
July 29, Sotheby Atkinson, £1 los. 

[The first number appeared on June ist, 1809, the 27th 
and last on March 15th, 18 10. The original MS. is in the 
Forster collection at South Kensington.] 

Coleridge (S. T.) The Garden of Boccaccio, orig. autograph 
MS., signed with initials, 7 pp. 4to., with the printed 
version as it appeared in " The Keepsake " for 1829, with 
India proof port, of Boccaccio and the 11 India proofs 
before letters of Stothard's illustrations, inlaid to folio 
size, mor. ex., g.e., 1829, folio (1068), July 22, Sotheby 

Heffer, £11 
[This MS. contains many interlinear corrections and 

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cancelled lines, as well as a foot-note of 22 lines, which do 
not appear in the printed version.] 

Coles (Elisha). Nolens Volens ; or You shall make Latin 
whether you Will or No, second ed., illustrated (with 
great variety) in four and twenty copperplates, front., 
orig. cf.. Printed by T. D. for T. Basset and H. Brome, 
1677, 8vo. (1069), July 22, Sotheby Pickering, £2 i8s. 

Coligny (G. de). La Vie de Messire Caspar de CoUigny Seig- 
neur de Chastillon, Admiral de France (par J. de Serres), 
d Leyde, chez B. et A. Elzevier, 1643, sm. 8vo. (237), April 
8, Sotheby Edwards, ^15 15s. 

[XVIII. cent. English mor. gt., tooling au pointille, 
g.e. (? Roger Payne).] 

CoUado (Luys). Manual de Artilleria, full-page and smaller 
woodcuts in the text, folding plates, orig. veil., En Milan, 
Por Pablo Gotardo Poncio, 1592, folio (85), April 29, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £2 15s. 

Collaert (Adrian). Vita Jesu Salvatoris, title and 35 plates — 
Passio et Resurrectio Jesu Christi, 32 plates, including 
title, in i vol., old mor. gt., n.d., 8vo. (97), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Lowther, £\ 7s. 

Collaert (Jan). Monilium, Bullarum Inauriumque Artificio- 
cissimae Icones ; Theodorus Galleus Excudebat, 10 plates 
(including title leaf) of designs for jewelled pendants, 
mor. ex., t.e.g. {^Antwerp'], 1581, sm. 4to. (132), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, £2\ 

Collection complete des Tableaux historiques de la Revolution 
fran9aise, 153 plates of views, etc., 66 ports, by Levachez, 
3 vol., bds., uncut, sold, as usual, not subject to collation, 
Paris, chez Auber, 1804, folio (843), April 29, Sotheby 

Derby, £1^ los. 

Collection des Memoires relatifs a la Revolution frangaise, 87 
vol., various, old hf. cf., Paris, v.y., 8vo. (82), July 22, 
Sotheby Neuhuys, £^ 12s. 

Collection of Old Ballads, ed. by A. Phillips, plates, 3 vol., cf. 
gt., g.e., by Mansell, (1723), rep. n.d., 8vo. (100), Nov. 5, 
Sotheby Maggs, £1 12s. 

Collection of Pretty Poems for the Amusement of Children six 
feet high, interspersed with a series of Letters from Cousin 
Sam to Cousin Sue, 9 plates (some margins cropped and 
signatures and catchwords cut into), cf. ex., g.e., 1779, 
i2mo. (151), June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £^ los. 

Collection of Visions and Allegories, selected for the Improve- 
ment of the Youth of both Sexes, front., the copy of 
Thomas Bewick, with his autograph signature, sheep 
(broken), n.d., 8vo. (m), Feb. 20, Sotheby Heffer, £1 

Collection Spitzer. Antiquite — Moyen Age — Renaissance, 
plates (some col.) and illustrations, one of 600 copies on 
veil, paper, in portfolios. Vol. i., iii. and vi., 1890-92, folio 
(316), Nov. 13, Puttick Batsford, £^ 

{£1^ 7s. 6d., the 6 vol. in portfolios, March 30, 19 16, 
Hodgson, Lot 307.] 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [col 

Collenucio (P.) Apologi quatuor, bds., Melancthon's copy, 
with his marginal notes, No. 11 13 in the Kloss sale, 
Argent., M. Schurer, 151 1, 4to. (282), Nov. 13, Puttick 

Maggs, £^ 

Collier (J. P.) Bibliographical Account of the Rarest English 
Books, 2 vol., orig. cl., 1865, 8vo. (595), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

^aggs,£i 2S. 

CoUier (J. P.) History of English Dramatic Poetry, 1879 — 
Annals of the Stage, together 3 vol., hf. bd., 1879, 4to. 
(642), Nov. 5, Sotheby Quaritch, £t^ ys. 6d. 

Collins (A.) English Baronetage, best ed., plates of arms, 
4 vol. in 5, old cf. (broken), 1741, 8vo. (60), Jan. 22, 
Sotheby Crompton, £1 3s. 

Collins (A.) Peerage of England, augmented by Sir Egerton 
Brydges, woodcuts, 9 vol., cf. (broken), 181 2, 8vo. (58), 
Jan. 22, Sotheby Harding, lis. 

CoUins (Wilkie). No Name: a Drama, orig. cl.. Published by 
the author, 1870, 8vo. (3052), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Richeton, £2 2s. 

Collins (Wm.) Odes on Several Descriptive and Allegoric 
Subjects, first ed. (suppressed and most copies destroyed 
by the author), new cf., A. Millar, 1747, 8vo. (1070), July 
22, Sotheby Pickering, £<) 

CoUinso Furioso. See Egerton (M.) 

Collinson (Jno.) History of Somersetshire, map and 40 plates, 
a few extra inserted, 3 vol., old cf. (some leaves spotted), 
Bath. 1 79 1, 4 to. (897), Oct. 23, Sotheby Walford, £3 los. 

CoUot (V.) Journey in North America (Atlas only), 36 maps, 
plans, views and divers cuts, hf. cf., Paris, 1826, 4to. 
(245), Dec. 12, American Art Association $32 

Colnett (J.) Voyage to the South Atlantic and round Cape 
Horn, maps, hf. cf., 1798, 4to. (894), Dec. 4, Sotheby 

Mackenzie, £^ 3s. 

Cololendi. Arliquineana, ou les Bon Mots, les Histoires 
Plaisantes et . . recueillies des Conversations d'Arlequin, 
first ed., mor., g.e., by Roger Payne, Paris, 1694, ^^o. 
(322), Dec. 17, Sotheby Parsons, £1 4s. 

Colston (M.) Plates illustrative of a Tour in France, Switzer- 
land and Italy, 50 col. lithographs, orig. bds., G. and W. 
B. Whitaker, 1823, folio (820), April 29, Sotheby 

Thompson, £^ 15s. 

Columna (Franciscus de). Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, ed. 
prima, woodcuts from the designs of Bellino and Car- 
paccio (the priapus mutilated, first 5 leaves stained, 
wanted leaf at end containing the errata and colophon), 
veil. [Venetiis, Aldus, 1499], sm. folio (2069), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £70 

[David Garrick's copy, with his ex-libris, and 9 lines of 
a note in his autograph, signed " D. G."] 

Columna (Franciscus de). Hypnerotomachia, ed. princeps, 
woodcuts ' attributed to Carpaccio and other Italian 
masters, the Priapus un mutilated, mor. gt., g.e., fine copy, 

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Venetiis, Mense decembri mi.d. in cedibus Aldi Manutii, 
accurantissime (1499), folio (492), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Maggs, £92 

Columna (Francescus de). Hypterotomachia Poliphili, ed. 
prima, woodcut engravings attributed to Carpaccio and 
others, large copy, with the cut on m 6 intact, mor. ex., 
g.e. [Hain-Copinger 5501, Proctor 5574], Venetiis, mense 
Decembri 1499 in csdibus Aldi Manutii, folio (153), June 
10, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £\2.o 

[^94, cL, the Priapus unmutilated, I2in. by 8in., June 3, 
Sotheby, Lot 49 ; £2'^, mor. ex., some leaves stained and 
others repaired, the Priapus unmutilated, same sale, Lot 
48.] 

Columna (Franciscus de). Hypnerotomachia di Poliphilo, 
first ed. in Italian, woodcuts attributed to Carpaccio and 
others, Priapus unmutilated, cf. gt., coat-of-arms on sides, 
[colophon] In Vinegia, 1545. In casa de' Figliuoli di 
Aldo, folio (945), April 29, Sotheby Maggs, £^5 

Columna (Francescus de). Hypnerotomachie, traduict de 
langage Italien en Francois, woodcuts after designs 
attributed to Carpaccio and other Italian artists, the 
Priapus intact, old veil, gt., Paris, pour Jacques Kerver, 
1561, folio (483), May 14, Sotheby Edwards, £27 

Columna (Guido de). Ein hiibsche histori von der kunng- 
clichenn stat troy wie si zestorett wartt, gotl^tc letter, 65 
leaves, 106 woodcuts, border to aii and ornamental 
initials, mor. ex., Strassburg, Martin Schott, 1489, sm. 
folio (133), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £60 

[First Strassburg ed. Hain 5518, Proctor 401. Illus- 
tration in catalogue.] 

Columna (Guido de). Historia di Troia, 108 leaves, the first 
blank, roman letter, mor. ex., g.e., by Bauzonnet-Trautz 
[Hain-Copinger 5523, Proctor 4599], Impressa per Antonio 
de Alexandria della paglie &^ Zuane Saluazo, etc., Venexia, 
1481, folio (154), June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £5 5s. 

Columna (Jean). Mer des histoires, 0ot()ic letter, 400 woodcut 
illustrations in the text, 2 full-page cuts with borders, 
7 borders with initials the size of half the page, 52 full- 
page genealogies, also duoble-page view of the world and 
another of the Holy Land, etc., numerous painted initials, 
2 vol., new mor., g.e., Ce present volume fust acheve ou 
mois de Feurier pour Vincent comin marchant demourant 
a lenseigne de la rose en la rue noeufue de Nostre dame de 
Paris et iprime par Maistre Pierre le Rouge . . . 1488, folio 
(524), March 18, Christie Edwards, ;^I90 

[Copinger 3991, Proctor 8092. Several leaves repaired, 
a few leaves wormed and sheet r not in its right order.] 

Columna (Jean). Mer des Histoires, got{)ic letter, double 
columns, the title with grotesque initial L with the figure 
of St. George and the Dragon, woodcuts, ornamental 
initials and genealogical tables, 2 vol., mor. ex., g.e., by 
Lloyd (fine copy), Cy finist le second z dernier volume de 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [com 

la mer des hystoires .... Imprime a lyon sur le rosne par 
Claude dauost al's de troye pour maistre iehan dyamdtier 
. . . 1506, xiiiie. iour de nouembre, folio (525), March 18, 
Christie Ellis, £^2 

[A few leaves repaired and re-margined.] 

Columna (Jean). Mer des Histoires, Le Premier (at la Second) 
Volume de la Mer des Histoires, lettres batardes, woodcut 
genealogies, heads of kings, views, etc., 2 vol. in i, mor. 
gt., g.e., arms of Abbe Charles de Castellan (repaired), 
Paris, imprimi par Nic. Couteau {pour Galiot du Pre), 
1536, sm. folio (526), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £80 

[Combe (W.)] Dance of Life, first ed., 26 col. plates by Row- 
landson, orig. bds., uncut, with paper label (cover broken), 
Ackermann, 1817, roy. 8vo. (3071), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

[/ii, orig. bds. (back missing), same sale. Lot 3072; 
£(), hf. mor., t.e.g., uncut, Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 498.] 

[Combe (W.)] Dance of Life, first ed., 26 col. plates (inclusive 
of front, and title) by Rowlandson, cf. gt., Ackermann, 
1817, roy. 8vo. (1219), Dec. 4, Sotheby James, £c) 

[Combe (W.)] Doctor Syntax in Paris, first ed., 18 col. plates 
by Williams, including title, orig. bds. (rebacked), with 
paper label, 1820, roy. 8vo. (3167), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Hulton, ;^io los. 
[l7> cf. gt., t.e.g., uncut, fine copy, Dec. 17, Sotheby, 
Lot 499.] 

[Combe (W.)] English Dance of Death, first ed., 72 col. 
plates by Rowlandson, 2 vol., cf. gt., 181 5- 16, roy. 8vo. 
(12 18), Dec. 4, Sotheby Sawyer, ;^ii 

[Combe (W.)] EngHsh Dance of Death, first ed., in 20 parts 

(should be 24), col. plates by Rowlandson, last number 

wanting cover, 2 vol., R. Ackermann, 1815-16, 8vo. 

(3068), Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, £2^ 

[;^io los., russ. gt., July 22, Sotheby, Lot 87.] 

[Combe (W.)] English Dance of Death, 72 col. plates by 
Rowlandson, 2 vol., orig. bds., uncut, R. Ackermann, 
1 8 15-16, 8vo. (3069), Feb. 25, Sotheby Quaritch, £2^ 

[£6, hf. mor., same sale. Lot 3694 ; £^ los., hf. mor., 
Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 497 ; £'], hf. mor., Jan. 23, Puttick, 
Lot m ; £ij los., orig. orange cl., Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 

323] 
[Combe (W.)] English Dance of Death — Dance of Life, 

together 3 vol., first eds., col. plates by Rowlandson, mor. 

ex., t.e.g., others uncut, by Riviere, fine set, 1815-17 

(3070), Feb. 25, Sotheby Hopkins, £-^6 

[;^i2, cf. ex., the 3 vol., March 4, Christie, Lot 95.] 
[Combe (W.)] English Dance of Death, 72 col. plates after 

Rowlandson, 2 vol. (one leaf torn and mended, text 

affected), mor. gt., g.e., 1816, 8vo. (1157), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

G. H. Brown, £6 5s. 
[Combe (W.)] -^ First Tour of Doctor Syntax (in search of the 

Picturesque), first ed., engraved title, with col. vignette, 

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and 30 col. plates (some leaves damp-stained), hf. cf. 
(rubbed), 1812, 8vo. (9), July 29, Sotheby Spencer, £^ 5s. 

[Combe (W.)] History of Johnny Qua^ Genus, first ed., 24 
col. plates (inclusive of front.) by Rowlandson, old bds., 
uncut, clean copy, Ackermann, 1822, ro3^ 8vo. (498), Nov. 
5, Sotheby Hardy, £6 5s. 

[Combe (W.)] History of Johnny Quae Genus, 24 col. plates 
(inclusive of front.) by Rowlandson, orig. bds., Acker- 
mann, 1822 (3076), Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, £16 
[£^ 15s., cf. gt., Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 501.] 

[Combe (W.)] History of the River Thames, map, front, and 
76 col. plates, 2 vol., hf. mor., g.t., by Zaehnsdorf, fine 
copy, Bulmer, 1794-6, folio (2980), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Sotheran, ;^i8 5s. 
[;^io 15s., hf. mor. (rubbed), signature on title, same 
sale. Lot 2981 ; £1^, hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g., by Zaehns- 
dorf, Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 407; ;^io, old mor. gt., g.e., 
one plate torn and some discoloured or foxed, Dec. 17, 
Sotheby, Lot 233 ; ;^i8, hf. mor., fine copy, April 29, 
Sotheby, Lot 803.] 

[Combe (W.)] Journal of Sentimental Travels in the Southern 
Provinces of France, first ed., 17 col. plates by Row- 
landson, cf., 1 82 1, roy. 8vo. (803), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Spencer, £6 15s. 
[;^ii los., orig. bds., Feb. 25, Sotheby, Lot 3381. 

[Combe (W.)] Life of Napoleon, first ed., 30 col. plates by G. 
Cruikshank, mor. ex., silk linings and fly-leaves, 181 5, 
8vo. (3065), Feb. 25, Sotheby Shepherd, £iy 

[£15 los. and ;^i6, new cf. and hf. sheep respectively, 
same sale, Lots 3066-67 ; ;^i6, cf., June 17, Sotheby, Lot 
637.] 

[Combe (W.)] Poetical Sketches of Scarborough, 21 col. 
plates by Rowlandson after J. Green, cf., 1813, 8vo. 
(1326), Oct. 23, Sotheby Rirnell, £5 17s. 6d. 

[Combe (W.)] Poetical Sketches of Scarborough, first ed., 21 
col. plates by Rowlandson, mor. gt., t.e.g., uncut, by 
Riviere, R. Ackermann, 1813, 8vo. (3510), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Maggs, £g 9s. 

[/5 5s., cf. gt., t.e.g., same sale, Lot 351 1 ; £^, orig. 
bds., with label, same sale. Lot 3064 ; ;^3, hf. bd., uncut, 
Feb. 20, Sotheby, Lot 123 ; £^ 15s., cf. gt., Dec. 17, 
Sotheby, Lot 1073.] 

[Combe (W.)] Second Tour of Doctor Syntax (in Search of 
Consolation), in the orig. 8 parts, col. plates by Row- 
landson, orig. wrappers, Ackermann, 1820 (3058), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Maggs, £26 

[£^ 15s., parts i.-vii., same wrappers damaged, same 
sale, Lot 3059 ; £/^ 5s., third ed., 1820, orig. bds., same 
sale. Lot 3061.] 

[Combe (W.)] The Three Tours of Doctor Syntax, col, plates 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [com 

by Rowlandson, 3 vol., of. gt., t.e.g., by F. Bedford, 
1812-20, roy. 8vo. (3054), Feb. 25, Sotheby Sabin, £^G 
[£2j, mor. ex., t.e.g., same sale. Lot 3055 ; ;^io los., 
orig. bds., 3 vol., the 9th ed., the 3rd ed. and the ist ed. 
respectively, same sale, Lot 3056 ; £2;^, 3 vol., first eds., 
mor. gt., g.e., Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 495.] 

[Combe (W.)] The Three Tours of Doctor Syntax, miniature 
ed., col. plates (reduced) by Rowlandson, 3 vol., mor. gt., 
g.e., Ackermann, 1823 (3057), Feb. 25, Sotheby ^^4 

[Combe (W.)] Third Tour of Doctor Syntax (in Search of a 
Wife), in the orig. 8 parts, col. plates by Rowlandson (two 
missing), orig. wrappers, 8vo. (3062), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Spencer, £6 los. 
[/12, orig. bds., uncut, with label, same sale, Lot 3063.] 

[Combe (W.)] Tour of Dr. Prosody in Search of the Antique 
and Picturesque, 20 col. plates by Read and Williams, 
hf. linen bds., 1821, roy. 8vo. (2428), Nov. 5 Sotheby 

G. H. Brown, £6 
[£S, mor. ex., July 22, Sotheby, Lot 1072.] 

[Combe (W.)] Tour of Doctor Prosody in Search of the Antique 
and Picturesque, 20 col. plates, bds., cl. back, uncut, 
1821, 8vo. (3647), Feb. 25, Sotheby Maggs, £S 15s. 

Combe (W'.) Tour of Doctor Syntax through London, first 
ed., 19 col. plates, hf. cf., 1820, 8vo. (3649), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Sharp, ;^io 

\J,5, orig. bds., defective, same sale, Lot 3648 ; £5 los., 
mor. gt., g.e., Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 500; £^, cf., Jan. 23, 
Puttick, Lot 113.] 

[Combe (W.)] Wars of Wellington, 30 col. aquatints by J. C. 
Stadler after Wm. Heath, hf. mor., g.e., fine copy, C. 
Whittingham, 1819, 4to. (821), April 29, Sotheby 

Edwards, £\2 5s. 

Comicus. See Adventures of Dr. Comicus 

Commedia delle Gelosia, composta per P. Franceschi (12 
leaves), Siena, Michelagnolo di Bernardino, 153 1 — 
Commedia Rusticale di Pidinzuola (12 leaves), ib., 1531 — 
Commedia Rusticale di Don Picchione, par P. dello 
Striccha (12 leaves), ib., 1533 — Commedia Nuova di 
Scanniccio, per D, G. Aretino (14 leaves), ib., 1533 — 
Commedia Nuoua Rusticale Chiamata, per M. di Gio. 
Roncaglia (12 leaves), Siena, C. di Simione, 1538 — 
Egloga Pastorale (12 leaves) [ib.], together 6 vol., uniform 
mor. gt., g.e., by Lloyd, i2mo. (186), March 18, Christie 

Davis &> Orioli, £20 

Commedia di Beco et Randello & I'hoste, con alcune Stanze 
in lode d'vna sua innamorata, mor., g.e., by Lloyd, 
Firenze, Diacinto Fantucci, s.a., i2mo. (187), March 18, 
Christie Dobell, £g 

Commines (Ph. de). Cronique et histoyre, Francoys Reg- 
nault, 1529 — Croniques du Roy Charles huytiesme, 
Enguillebert de Mamef, 1529, 2 parts in i vol., lettres 

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com] Book-Prices Current. 

batardes, mor. ex., tooled to a Le Gascon pattern, g.e., 
Paris, 1529, folio (156), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £16 

Committee for the Survey of the Memorials of Greater London, 
Vol. i. to vi. and viii. to x., with Parish Surveys, Vol. i. 
to vi., plates, together 15 vol. in 12, orig. cl. (one sewn), 
1896-1915, 4to. (419), Nov. 28, Hodgson £'j 15s. 

Compendium Musices confectu ad faciliore instructione Can- 
tum Chorale dicentiu, etc., lit. gotl^., musical notes, cut 
on title, full-page cut before folio 17, and other cuts, old 
Venetian mor., gt. panels, gt. gauffred edges (damaged), 
Venet., L. A. de Giunta, 15 13, cr. Svo. (2071), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £j los. 

Coney (Jno.) Engravings of Ancient Cathedrals, etc. in 
France, Holland, Germany and Italy, 32 engravings, 
India proofs, hf. bd.. Moon & Co., 1832, imp. atlas folio 
(795), Feb. 20, Sotheby Edwards, £2 6s. 

Confession of the f ayth of the Germaynes exhibited to the most 
victorious Emperour Charles the V. in the Councell or 
assemble holden at Augusta the yere of our lorde 153 [sic]. 
To which is added the Apologie of Melancthon, trans, by 
R. Taverner, first ed., 2 parts in i vol., bJacfe letter (text 
on one leaf rubbed and one leaf defective), orig. stamped 
leather and wooden bds. (repaired), R. Redman, 1536, 
Svo. (463), Aug. 7, Sotheby Halliday, ^8 los. 

Confessions of an Oxonian, 36 col. plates by J. Findlay, 3 vol., 
orig. bds., uncut, J. J. Stockdale, 1826, 8vo, (3079), Feb. 
25, Sotheby Spencer, £1 los. 

Congreso negli Elisi (II). Poema per le Augustissime Nozze di 
Ferdinando Infante di Spagna e Maria Amalia, Archi- 
duchessa d' Austria, etc., dalla communita di Piacenza 
(dalle Varie Autori), large paper, full-page front., vig- 
nette on title, 8 vignettes in text and figured initials, orig. 
Italian mor gt., with arms of Ferdinand and the Duchess, 
in fine state, Piacenza, A. B. Salvoni, 1769, large folio 
(1029), July 22, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 15s. 

Congreve (W.) Works, port, and plates, 3 vol. (some leaves 
stained), cf. gt., Birmingham, John Baskerville, 1761, Svo. 
(350), Aug. 7, Sotheby Edwards, £6 15s. 

Connoisseur (The), Vol. i.-xix., orig. cl., 1901-7, 4to. (71), Aug. 
7, Sotheby Parsons, £'^ 3s. 

Connoisseur (The), 195 numbers, illustrations, in parts as 
issued, Vol. i. to xlix., 1901-17, 4to. (1339), June 17, 
Sotheby Hill, £8 

Conrad (J.) Almayer's Folly, first ed., orig. cl., t.e.g., clean 
copy, 1S95, Svo. (792), July 17, Hodgson £^ 

Conrad (J.) Lord Jim, first ed., orig. cl., uncut, clean copy, 
1900, Svo. (209), July 17, Hodgson £^ los. 

Conrad (J.) " Never Again, Impressions of a Flight on the 
East Coast, with Flight Lt. Kilner in Sep. 1916 ; pub- 
lished in the Fledgeling, a weekly paper, ed. by B. Mac- 
donald Hastings, at one of the R.F.C. training stations on 
the South Coast " ; orig. holograph MS., 5 pages foolscap, 

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signed with initials at end and endorsed on front page, 
"Written in 1917 Joseph Conrad" (2000), April r2, 
Christie, presented by the author £^6 14s. 

Conrad (J.) Nigger of the " Narcissus," first ed., orig. cl., 
ex-hbrary copy, 1898, 8vo. (440), Jan. 23, Puttick 

Moore, £1 2S. 6d. 

Conrad (J.) Tales of Unrest, first ed., orig. cl. (clean copy), 
1898, 8vo. (402), Dec. 19, Hodgson Allen, £-^ los. 

[£'i 3s., same state, July 17, Hodgson, Lot 793.J 

Conrad von Megenberg. [Buch der Natur.] F. i : Das Register. 
Zu dem ersten haltet dz piich jnn vo de mensche in einer 
gemein, etc., got()ic letter, woodcut initials and 12 full- 
page woodcuts, mor. ex., g.e. on the rough, Augsburg, Jo. 
Bamler, 1478, sm. foho (134), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £'j^ 
[Second ed., with the same cuts as the first of 1475, 
also by Bamler. Hain *4042. In the present copy, 
four leaves are shorter than the rest of the book. Illus- 
tration in catalogue.] 

Constable (J no.) Various Subjects of Landscape, character- 
istic of English Scenery, 29 plates by David Lucas, proofs 
before all letters, mor. ex., interleaved throughout, with 
orig. wrapper at beginning and end, 1833, oblong folio 
(191), March 18, Christie Bowyer, £i3S 

Constable (Jno.) Various Subjects of Landscape character- 
istic of English Scenery, 40 mezzotint engravings by 
David Lucas, hf. mor., 1855, folio (557), March 19, Puttick 

Allen, £^ 5s. 

Constant (Louis). Memoirs of Constant, the Emperor Napo- 
leon's head valet, trans, by P. Pinkerton, ports., 4 vol., 
hf. mor., 1896, 8vo. (347), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

G. H. Brown, £1 i8s. 

Constantine (Imp.) Treatyse of the Donation or Gyfte . . . 
gyven and graunted unto Sylvester Pope of Rhome by 
Constantyne Emperour of Rome, blacit letter, title within 
woodcut Holbeinesque border, old russ. gt., rough edges, 
[colophon] Imprinted . . by Thomas Godfray, cum Privi- 
legio, n.d. (c. 1534), sm. folio (2072), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Ellis, £9 

Constituciones sinodales del obispado de Cordoua, woodcut 
arms and border on title (corner mended), got^ic letter, 
ornamental initials, mor., g.e., by Rene Kieffer, collation: 
a 6, b-g 8, h 10 (last a blank, wanting), h9 repaired, 
Seuilla, por Jacobo Cromberger, 1521, sm. folio (197), 
March 18, Christie Ellis, £14 los. 

Constitucions de Cathalunya. [Begins] : COm per ordinacio 
de les Corts general del principat de Cathalunya, gotdic 
letter, prel. leaves and table long lines, the rest in double 
columns, full-page woodcut, Absque ulla nota [Barcelona, 
i48i]--Constitucions fetes per lo 111. . . . Don Ferrando 
Rey de Arago, 15 10, and other supplementary pieces, 

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got{)tc letter, coat-of-arms on titles [Barcelona, c. 1510-47], 
in 2 vol., mor., sm. folio (193), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £54 

Contareni (Gasp.) De Republica Venetorum, lib. V., engraved 

title, Lugd. Bat. ex Off. Elzeviriana, 1626, i2mo. (58), 

April 8, Sotheby James, £$ 5s. 

[XVII. century French mor., with arms and repeated 

monogram of L. E. Bigot, plain edges.] 

Conti (Giusto de). La Bellamano, per M. lacopo de Cor- 

binelli ristorato, italic letter, old mor. gt., g.e., Parigi, 

appresso Mamerto Patisson, 1590, i2mo. (157), June 10, 

Sotheby Davis &> Orioli, £6 

Cook (Capt. Jas.) First, Second and Third Voyages round 

the World, etc., maps and plates, 8 vol., russ. gt., m.e., 

with 3 folio atlases of plates, hf. russ., 1773-85, 4to. (425), 

Jan. 22, Sotheby Kashnor, £11 

Cook (Capt. Jas.) Second and Third Voyages : Voyage 

towards the South Pole, 1772-5, 2 vol. ; Voyage to the 

Pacific Ocean, 1776-80, 3 vol., together 5 vol. and 2 atlases, 

cf., 1777-85, 4to. (124), March 4, Christie 

H. Stevens, £5 los. 

Cook (Captain Jas.) Three Voyages round the World, ports., 

maps, charts and plates, with folio atlas of plates, 8 vol., 

9 vol. in all, cf. ex., y.e., by F. Bedford, atlas in hf. cf., 

fine set, 1773-85, 4to. and folio (158), June 10, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £7.c^ los. 
Cook (Capt. Jas.) Views in the South Seas, 16 col. plates 
after J. Webber, illustrative of Captain Cook's Voyages, 
hf. mor., 1808, foUo (1173), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

F. Sabin, £7 5s. 
Cook (Jno.) Observations on Fox-Hunting, first ed., plates, 
mor. ex., t.e.g., uncut, by Rividre & Son, 1826, 8vo. (377), 
March 19, Puttick Edwards, £6 5s. 

Cook (M.) Manner of Raising, Ordering and Improving 
Forest and Fruit-Trees, also how to plant, make and keep 
Woods, Walks, etc., whereunto is now added that Treatise 
of Mr. G. Plattes, A Discovery of Subterranean Treasure, 
old cf., P. Parker, 1679, 4to. (91), July 22, Sotheby 

Thorp, /3 I2S. 
Cooke (Jno.) Greenes Tu Quoque, or the Cittie Gallant, 
woodcut of the actor Green in character on title (a few 
headUnes, catchwords and signatures cut into, some 
leaves stained, text on verso of a 2 cut into), mor. ex., 
g.e.. Printed at London by M. Flesher, n.d., 4to. (1231), 
April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £1^ 

Copper Plate Magazine, topographical views after Paul Sandby, 
ports, and mythological subjects, contemp. hf. mor. gt., 
G. Kearsly, 1778, 4to. (319), Dec. 12, Hodgson £1 12s. 
Copper- Plate Magazine : or Monthly Cabinet of Picturesque 
Prints, 250 plates by Walker and others, 5 vol., hf. cf., 
J. Harrison [1792-1802], oblong 4to. (811), Oct. 24, Hodg- 
son £2 js. 6d. 

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Coppier (G.) Histoire et Voyage des Indes Occidentales, 
front, by Pass, orig. veil., 1645, 8vo. (400), April 29, 
Sotheby Sharp, l^i 15s. 

Cordyale. Quattuor Novissimorum liber ; de Morte Vide- 
licet Penis ifemi judicio & Celesti glroia quern plerisq5 
Cordiale Copellat . . . [per Gerardum de Vliederhoven], 
lit. OOt^., 70 leaves [Hain 5694, Proctor 7896], cf. ex., g.e., 
by C. Lewis, not subject to return, a. u. n., Impressum 
Gehennis. Deo Gratias. Amen. {Paris., P. Caeser & Jo. 
Stoll, c. 1477), sm. 4to. (251), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Quariich, £4 los. 

Comazano (Ant.) [Discorso della Creazione del Mundo sino 
alia venuta di Giesu Cristo : accedit Carmen heroicum pro 
laudibus Venetiarum.] [De Fide et Vita Christi] (in 
rythmis italics), prima ed., lit. rom., 69 leaves (wanting 
3 blanks) [Hain 5729, Proctor 7386, Pellechet 3977], 
modern mor. gt., g.e., by Cap6 (Lakelands, £2 6s. in 
1891), s. I. et n., " Finis, m.cccc.lxxii." [Italy, unknown 
place and printer, 1472], sm. 4to. (2073), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ;^ii 

Comazano (Ant.) [Vita della Vergine Maria. Begins on recto 
of fol. i] " Capitulo primo come. S. De Cui Naque La 
Nostra Donna," \\i. gotf)., 36 leaves (wanting the first, 
probably a blank, and tenth leaves), wormed [Brunet 11. 
c. 275, Pellechet 3979], new mor., Absque ulla nota [Medio- 
lani, Philippus de lavagna {type 2), c. 1478], sm. 4to. 
(2074), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £1^ los. 

Corneille (Pierre). [CEuvres.] Theatre, avec des Comment- 
aires (par Voltaire), front, by Pierre and 34 plates after 
Gravelot, 12 vol., contemp. French cf. gt., g.e., inserted 
in Vol. i. is a port, of Corneille and a copy of Voltaire's 
letter accompanying a copy of the work presented to 
M. D**** [Gdneve], 1764, 8vo. (161), June 10, Sotheby 

Corneille (Pierre). [CEuvres.] Theatre, avec des Commentaires 
(par Voltaire), front, and 34 plates after Gravelot, 12 vol., 
contemp. French cf., m.e., {Geneve), 1764, 8vo. (89), April 
29, Sotheby Landauchet, £6 

Cornwall (Barry), pseud. See Procter (B. W.) 

Corpus Poetarum Latinorum, ed. J. P. Postgate, 2 vol., hf. 
veil., 1894-5, 4to. (300), July 29, Sotheby Hill, £1 i8s. 

Cortes (Hernan). Historia de Nueva Espana . . por D. L. 
Ant. Lorenzana, plates, russ. ex., g.e., Mexico, J. Ant. de 
Hogal, 1770, 4to. (856), May 14, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 8s. 

Corvus (Andrea). Excellentissimi et singularis viri in thiro- 
matia, got^ic letter, woodcuts on each page (88 leaves), 
hf. cf.. Absque note [? Lyon, Huss, c. 1498], i2mo. (198), 
March 18, Christie Ellis, ^13 

Corvus (Andrea). L'Art de Chyromace, title in red and black, 
with border, cuts of the hand, old cf., Lugduni, Jacobi 
Moder, s.*., 12 mo. (199), March 18, Christie Ellis, £12 

Coryat (Thos.) Crudities hastily gobbled up in five moneths 

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travells in France, etc., first ed., engraved title by W. 
Hole (mended), printed title, plates, including two ports, 
(rust-holes in one or two leaves, corner torn off g 4, some 
letters in fac, top of " Strasbourg Clock " plate cut into, 
two folding plates have margins restored), mor. gt., g.e.,. 
Printed by W. S., 161 1, 4to. (163), June 10, Sotheby 

Pickering, ^i\ 

Coryat (Thos.) Traveller for the English Wits : Greetings, 
from the Court of the Great Mogul, Resident at the Towne 
of Asmare in Eastern India, port, of the author riding on 
an elephant on title and two folding woodcuts {Reprint), 
W. Jaggard, 1616, 4to. (182), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Leonard, i8s. 

Costumes of Austria, Costume of the Hereditary States of 
the House of Austria. 50 col. engravings, mor. gt., g.e. 
(rubbed), 1804, folio (1007), June 17, Sotheby 

Atkinson, £1 los. 

Costumes of Austria. K. K. Oesterreichische Armee, 88 col. 
plates (some thumbed, title and two front, leaves frayed, 
one plate repaired), mor., g.e., Herausgegeben von M. 
Trentsensky, n.d., folio (1003), June 17. Sotheby 

Spencer, £1^ los. 

Costumes of Austria. Kleidertrachtern der Kaisers Konigs 
Staaten, 47 col. plates of costume (imprint in some cases 
cut into), text foxed, stamp on title, russ. gt., Vienne, 
n.d., 4to. (593), Aug. 7, Sotheby Spencer, ;^io 15s. 

Costumes of China, 60 col. engravings, 1800 — The Punishments 
of China, 22 col. engravings, 1801, together 2 vol., mor. 
gt., g.e. (rubbed), 1800-1, folio (1005), June 17, Sotheby 

Creasy, ;^3 los. 

Costumes of France. Characteristic Costume of France, with 
descriptions, 19 col. plates, bds., uncut, text in French 
and English, 1819, 4to. (3188), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Jaschke, £g 

Costumes of France. Costumes Civils et Militaires de la 
Monarchic Fran^aise depuis 1200 jusqu'a 1820, 380 col. 
lithographs after H. Lecomte, 3 vol., hf. russ., {Paris), F. 
Delpech, 1820, folio (826), April 29, Sotheby Gregory, £\^ 

Costumes of France. Dames de la Cour des Xlle-XVIe 
siecles, 31 col. litho. plates, mounted on paper, MS. in- 
scriptions in pencil, hf. mor., g.e., Paris, Delpech, n.d., 
foUo (576), April 29, Sotheby Howell, £6 

Costumes of France. Le grant Coustumier du pays et duche 
de Normandie, blacfe letter, title in red and black within 
woodcut border (shaved along fore-margin), old cf. gt., 
Paris, par Francoys Regnaiilt, 1534, folio (98), July 22, 
Sotheby Hill, £2 

Costumes of France. Modes et Costumes historiques, dessines 
et graves par Pauquet freres, 96 plates in col., orig. cl., 
Paris, n.d., folio (95), July 22, Sotheby Rimell, £^ 12s. 

Costumes of France. Mosaique de Costumes ou Alphabet 
etranger par H. Grevedon, engraved title (foxed) and 4S 

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col. lithographs, mor. gt., g.e., Paris, chez Gihaut jrhres, 
1826, folio (828), April 29, Sotheby Spencer, £7 

Costumes of France. Uniformes de rArm^e et de la Marine, 
par Lalaisse, 46 col. plates, orig. cL, Paris, n.d., 4to. 
(3195), Feb. 25, Sotheby Parsons, £$ 

Costumes of France. Uniformes des Armies Fran9aises de 
1 791 k 1814, dessin^s par H. Vernet et E. Lami, 100 col. 
lithographs by Delpech, with descriptive letterpress, hf. 
cf., Paris, Gide fils, 1822, imp. 8vo. (827), April 29, Sotheby 

Piatt, £1^ 

Costumes of France. See also Bellang6 (H.), Chalon (J. j.) 

Costumes of Germany. Schema aller Uniform der Kaiserl. 
Konigl. Kriegsvolkern, 135 col. plates, orig. bds., Wien, 
Artaria, 1785, 8vo. (3438), Feb. 25, Sotheby Prentice, £^ 

Costumes of Holland, etc. Collection des Costumes des Pro- 
vinces septentrionales des Pays-Bas, 20 col. plates, with 
descriptions, hf. roan, Amsterdam, 1828, 4to. (3192), Feb. 
25, Sotheby Rimell, £3 17s. 

Costumes of Norway. Norska Arm6ens nuvarande Uni- 
former, 8 (only) col. plates, orehro, 1866 — Series of Ten 
Col. Plates, representing Norwegian Cavalry and In- 
fantry, n.d. — Fourteen Col. Plates of Russian Uniforms, 
n.d., together 32 plates, in portfolio (3486), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Richeton, £g 5s. 

Costumes of Portugal. Sketches of Portuguese Life, Man- 
ners, Costume and Character, by A. P. D. G., 20 col. plates, 
hf. cf., 1826, 8vo. (236), Dec. 19, Hodgson £1 4s. 

Costumes of Switzerland. Collection of Swiss Costumes in 
Miniature designed by Reinhard, descriptions in French 
and English, 25 col. plates, hf. roan, uncut, n.d., 8vo. 
(103), Feb. 20, Sotheby Rimell, £$ 5s. 

Costumes of Switzerland. Helvetischer Almanach (1815 
missing), col. plates of costume, chalets, etc., also folding 
views, 17 vol., bds., in cases, in clean state, Ziirich, 
1800-17, 24mo. (267), Oct. 24, Hodgson Berthel, £4. los. 

Costumes of Switzerland. Nouvelle Collection de Costumes 
Suisses d'apres les dessins de F. N.^ Koenig, 50 col. plates, 
orig. wrapper, in case, as issued, Ziirich, 181 1, i2mo. 
(268), Oct. 24, Hodgson Berthel, £7 

Costumes of Switzerland. Nouvelle Collection de Costumes 
Suisses des XXII. Cantons, col. plates, uncut, Zurich, 
n.d., 8vo. (284), Jan. 22, Sotheby Spencer, £-i 5s. 

[£(^ 9s., orig. bds., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 1032.] 

Costumes of Switzerland. See also Reinhard (J.) 

Costumes of the British Empire. Costume of the Army of 
the British Empire, col. front., 54 col. costume plates and 
6 col. plates of facings, etc., old cf., fine copy, 18 15, folio 
(3218), Feb. 25, Sotheby Edwards, £-^0 

Costumes of the Russian Army, 9 col. plates, including port, 
of Alexander the Great, orig. bds., with col. engraved 
title pasteiJ on upper cover, E. Orme, 1807, folio (91), 
April 29, Sotheby Parsons, £6 15s. 

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Costumes of the Russian Empire, 73 col. engravings, mor. gt., 
g.e. (rubbed), 1803, folio (1004), June 17, Sotheby 

Werner, £4 15s. 

Costumes of the Russian Empire. Costume of the Inhabitant s 
of Russia, title and 26 col. plates, orig. bds. (loose), J. 
Edington, n.d., 4to. (3193), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Edwards, £;i 5s. 

Costumes of the Russian Empire, col. plates, 1804 — Costume 
of Turkey, col. plates, 1804 — Military Costume of Tur- 
key, col. plates, 1878— Costume of Great Britain, by W. 
H. Pyne, col. plates (wanting plate 22, another copy of 
plate 23 substituted), 1804 — Costume of the Flereditary 
States of the House of Austria, by B. de Moleville, trans, 
by R. C. Dallas, col. plates, 1804 — Costume of China, by 
G. H. Mason, col. plates, 1804 — Punishments of China, 
col. plates, 1804, together 7 vol., uniform mor. gt., g.e., 
fine set, 1804-78, folio (1168), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Sotheran, £i\ 

Costumes of the Russian Empire, 1804 — Costume of Turkey, 
1804 — The Costume of China, by G. H. Mason, 1804 — 
The Punishment of China, 1804 — Costume of the Here- 
ditary States of the Houses of Austria, by B. de Mole- 
ville, 1804 — Costume of Great Britain, by W. H. Pyne, 
1808 — Military Costume of Turkey, 18 18, together 7 vol., 
col. plates, uniform mor. gt., g.e., fine set, 1804-18, folio 
(187), Feb. 20, Sotheby Heffer, £16 los. 

Costumes of Turkey, 60 col. engravings, mor. gt., g.e. (rubbed), 
1802, folio (1006), June 17, Sotheby Rimell, £1 i6s. 

Costumes of Turkey, 60 col. plates, with descriptions in Eng- 
lish and French, mor. (one cover loose), W. Miller, 1804, 
folio (308), Dec. 19, Hodgson Atkinson, £2 

Costumes of Turkey. The Military Costume of Turkey, 30 
col. plates, with descriptions, large paper, bds., T. 
McLean, 1818, folio (307), Dec. 19, Hodgson 

Atkinson, £2. 2S. 

Cotgrave (R.) Dictionarie of the French and English Tongues, 
first ed., engraved title (cut close at fore-edge and de- 
fective), hf. cf., 1611, folio (202), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Williams, £\ 
{£->, 15s., hf. mor., March 19, Puttick, Lot 234.] 

Cotman (J. S.) Architectural Antiquities of Normandy, 100 
etchings, with Notices by Dawson Turner, 2 vol. in i, hf. 
russ., 1822, super roy. folio (1054), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Hardy, £2 12s. 

Cotman (J. S.) Etchings illustrative of the Architectural 
Antiquities of Norfolk, hf. bd., uncut, 1818, folio (456), 
Jan. 22, Sotheby Dott, £1 5s. 

Cotton (Jno.) Way of the Churches of Christ in New-England, 
hf . roan (lower margin of C 2 cropped) {see also Twisse 
(Wm.), 1645, 4to. (53), Dec. 17, Sotheby Hopwood, £2 5s. 

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Coulon (Lud.) Lexicon Homericum, Paris, sumpt. S. Cra- 
moisy, 1643, 8vo. (69), April 8, Sotheby Gaston, (j 7s. 
[XVII. century French mor. gt., ornaments tooled in 
scrolls and au pointing, g.e. Style of Le Gascon (re- 
paired).] 

Country Gentleman's Companion (The) : Hunting, Hawking, 
Angling, Archery, etc., 2 vol., cf., 1753, 8vo. (464), Jan. 
22, Sotheby Quaritch, £1 8 s. 

Countryman's Recreation. See Barker (T.) 

Court Memoirs. See Secret Court Memoirs 

Cousin (Jehan). Livre de perspective, id. originale, folding 
and other diagrams, etc., mor. ex., g.e., by Hardy, arms 
of Baron Sellidre, Paris, Jehan le Royer, 1560, folio (201), 
March 18, Christie Quaritch, £g los. 

Coussemaker (E. de). Chants des Flamands de France, 
plates, hf. mor. gt., uncut, t.e.g., 1855-6, super imp. 8vo. 
(731), May 14, Sotheby Maggs, £2 15s. 

Couteau (J. B.) Confessions, written by himself and trans, 
by Robert Jephson, first ed., 9 engravings, 2 vol., cf., 
1794, i2mo. (524), Nov. 5, Sotheby Mason, £1 6s. 

Coverte (R.) True and almost Incredible report of an English- 
man . . . cast away in Cambaya, second ed., blarfe letter 
(a few headlines shaved), mor., g.e., N. O. Jor T. Archer,. 
1614, 8vo. (200), Dec. 6, Hodgson Edwards, £4 12s. 6d. 

[Cowell (Ebenezer).] Concise View of the Controversy between 
the Proprietors of East and West-Jersey : being An Ex- 
planation of the Bill presented by the Western Pro- 
prietors to the Legislature of New- Jersey, etc., pp. vi. 
18, sewed, uncut (tear in one leaf and small stain), Phila- 
delphia : Printed by Hall &- Sellers, 1785, i2mo. (571), 
Nov. 19, American Art Association $145 

[Neither Sabin nor Evans had seen a copy of this work ; 
the latter's pagination is in error. Reproduction of title- 
page in catalogue.] 

Cowley (A.) Naufragium Joculare, Comoedia, first ed., old 
cf., H. Seile, 1638, i2mo. (151), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Dobell, £2 I OS. 

Cowper (W.) [Works.] Poems (and) The Task, first ed., 2 vol., 
hf. mor. gt., 1782-5, 8vo. (926), Feb. 20, Sotheby Maggs, £6 

Cox (David). Treatise on Landscape Painting, 12 orig. parts 
in wrappers, 16 col. and numerous uncol. plates in aqua- 
tint, S. & J. Fuller (1813-14), oblong folio (829), April 29, 
Sotheb}^ Riniell, £6 

[Cox (Nicolas).] Gentleman's Recreation, by Richard Blome, 
second ed., engraved title, plates and woodcuts, old cf., 
1 7 10, folio (93), April 29, Sotheby Hill, £7 los. 

Coxe (W.) Account of the Russian Discoveries between Asia 
and America, maps and plan, old English mor. gt., g.e., 
1780, 4to. (99), July 22, Sotheby Ellis, £1 12s. 

Coxe (W.) Historical and other Works, large paper, aqua- 
tint and.,other plates, ports., facs. and maps, a few of the 
plates col., together 24 vol., mor. gt. ex., g.e., by J. Clarke 

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(spotted and damp-stained), 1794-1829, roy. 4to. (901), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Sotheran, £25 los. 

Coxe (W.) Memoirs of Horatio, Lord Walpole, ports., cf. gt.. 
Queen Charlotte's copy, presented by the author, with her 
crowned monogram on sides, MS. inscription on hf. -title, 
1802, 4to. (100), July 22, Sotheby Ellis, £1 2S. 

Coxe (W.) Travels into Poland, Russia, Sweden and Den- 
mark, maps and engravings, 3 vol., old mor. gt., g.e., from 
the library of the Princess Sophia, with her bookplate, 
1784-90, 4to. (loi), July 22, Sotheby Ellis, £^ 15s. 

Cozens (Z.) Tour through the Isle of Thanet, etc., plates, 
hf. cf., uncut, J. Nichols, 1793, 4to. (645), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Walford, £^ 

Crabbe (G.) George Crabbe :] Priest, Poet, Philosopher [1754- 
1832], his Life, by his grandson, the Rev. G. Crabbe 
[1834], illustrated by the insertion of several hundred 
ports., views and maps, together with a unique series of 
the poet's holograph letters (approximately 40 letters in 
all), orig. letter from Dr. Johnson to Sir Joshua Reynolds, 
etc., the poet's original private journals for the years 
1813, '14, '20, '25 and '26, etc., the whole collected by A. 
M. Broadley, in 8 vol., hf. mor. ex., t.e.g., 1903, roy. 4to. 
(92), Dec. 12, Hodgson Myers, ;^ii5 

Crabbe (G.) Holograph Manuscript of " The Library," pre- 
sumably the fair copy transcribed by the Poet for the 
press, written on 28 pages, with a note by Crabbe 's grand- 
son attesting its authenticity, bound up with a copy of 
the first ed., hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., Printed for J. Dodsley, 
1781, 4to. (97), Dec. 12, Hodgson Myers, £2, los. 

Crabbe (G.) Romance of an Elderly Poet, by A. M. Broadley 
and Walter Jerrold, illustrations, large paper, extra 
illustrated by the addition of original letters and several 
letters to other correspondents, numbering over 50 in all, 
ports., views, etc., 2 vol., hf. mor. ex., t.e.g., 1913, roy. 
4to. (93), Dec. 12, Hodgson Myers, £26 

Crabbe (G.) Works, 5 vol., cf. gt., uncut, t.e.g., by Bedford, 
1823, 8vo. (719), Oct. 23, Sotheby James, £2 4s. 

Crainte du grant Jugement (en vers), orig. ed., lettres batardes, 
long lines, 30 to a full page, cut on title and 3 on reverse, 
also 2 cuts on last page, mor., g.e., by Riviere (from the 
Huth collection, £ig in 1912), s.l. et d. \c. 1495], sm. 4to. 
(203), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £\^ los. 

Cranach (Lucas). Das Symbolum oder gemeine Bekentnis 
der zwelff Aposteln, first ed., 30 leaves, Qot^if letter, 12 
woodcuts of the martyrdoms of the Apostles, mor. ex., 
g.e., Gedruckt zu Wittemherg, durch G. Rhaw, 1539, sm. 
folio (135), Dec. 10, Christie Tooth, ;^ii 

Crane (W.) Toy Books, col. illustrations, pictorial wrappers 
as issued, together 21 vol., Routledge, n.d., 4to. (209), 
June 17, Sotheby Pickering, £^ 15s. 

Cranmer (Thos.) Defence of the True and Catholike doctrine 
of the Sacrament, blacit letter, title within woodcut border, 
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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [cre 

MS. notes in contemp. hand, orig. cf., Reynold Wolfe . 
1550 (139), Dec. 17, Sotheby Jameson, £2 5s. 

Cranmer (Thos.) Defence of the true and catholic Doctrine 
of the Sacrament, black letter, title within woodcut border 
(repaired), 3 leaves stained, veil., London, Reynold Wolfe, 
1550 (412), March 25, Sotheby Dobell, {^^ 

[This is the issiie without the errata on back of folio 
117 ; sign, s does not include the cancel leaf.] 

Crashaw (R.) Steps to the Temple (3 leaves wanted and 5 
imperfect), name on Hy-leaf, orig. sheep, 1646. 8vo. (563), 
July 22, Sotheby Dobell, £5 15s. 

Craven "(Eliz., Lady). Memoirs. See Anspach 

Creighton (M.) Queen Elizabeth, plates and text illustra- 
tions, front, in colours mor. ex., g.e., Boussod, Valadon & 
Co., 1896 (524), Oct. 23, Sotheby Young, £7 los. 

Crema (Fr. de). Singularia Juris, lit. flOt^., 10 leaves, without 
marks [Proctor 6534], [colophon] " Expliciut slgularia 
faniossissimi juris Mondche dni Frdcisci de Crema, im- 
pressa Bononie " [printer unknown, s. a., c. 1475] — Bur- 
batia (Andreas). Repetitio Legis cum accutissimi C. de 
Fidei, lit. gotl)., 44 leaves, without marks [Hain *2432, 
Pellechet 1829], [colophon] Impressa Parme,per Stefanum 
Cofallum de Lugduni, die sexta mensis Mali, Anno Mil- 
lesimo qiitercenlesinio {sic) septuagesimoquarto , etc. (1474) 
— Butrio (Antonius de). Repetitio de Notabili C. Vestra 
de Cohabitatione Clerici et Mulieris, lit. rom., 20 leaves, 
without marks [Hain 4181, Pellechet 3122], [colophon] 
Bononiae, impressum per me Ugonez Rugeriuz Regiensem 
M.cccc.LXXiv. decima quarta menssis Novemb'is (1474) — 
Ancharano (Petrus de). Repetitio Cap. postulasti de 
foro competente, lit. rom., 12 leaves, without marks 
[Hain 948, Pellechet 611], Bononiae, H. Rugerius, 1474, 
Oct. 29 — Ejusdem Ancharani Repetitio Cap. Canon. 
Statuta de Constitutionibus, lit. rom., 52 leaves, without 
marks [Hain 950, Pellechet 612], Bononiae, H. Rugerius, 
1475, IX. Jan., all large copies, with numerous old MS, 
notes, bound in i vol., old russ. gt., y.e. (Wodhull copy), 
large folio (2083), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £i-^ 

Crescentio (Petrus de). De Agricultura, lit. rom., double 
columns, 42 to a full page, 179 leaves, with signs, [not in 
Hain or Proctor], Italian woodcuts (title mended, some 
leaves stained and damaged), not subject to return, new 
veil., [colophon] Impressum Venetiis die ultimo mensis 
Mai anno M CCCC LXXXXV. [s.n. Impr.], sm. 4to. 
(682), Feb. 20, Sotheby Jci'^^^,£j> 5S. 

Crescentio (Petrus de). Libro della Agricultura, first Italian 
ed., 2 parts in i vol., roman letter, long lines, 43 to a page, 
signatures and catch-words, but no numeration, mor. gt. 
(a few stains), [colophon] . . . Florent per me Nicolaum 
Diocesis Vratislaviensis die xv. Mensis lulii. Anno 1478 
(Nicholas Laurentii), folio (165), June 10, Sotheby 

Edwards. £iS los. 

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Crescentio (Petrus de). Opus Ruralium Commodorum, gotdic 
letter, painted initials, mor., g.e., some uncut edges, 
Augsburg, Joh. Schiissler, 1471, folio (136), Dec. 10, 
Christie Edwards, /40 

[First ed. Hain *5828, Proctor 1590. Top margin of 
first leaf repaired. Marginal MS. notes ; 209 printed 
leaves.] 

Crescentio (Petrus de). Opus Ruralium Commodorum, 0Otf)ic 
letter, over 300 woodcuts of husbandry, falcons, etc., cf. 
[s.n., Speier, P. Drach, c. 1493], sm. folio (137), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, £^g 

[Hain 5826, Proctor 1441. Collation: a8, b-q6, r8, 
s-z, ab6 (last blank) + table 4 leaves.] 

Cries of London. Complete Set of 31 col. plates of the Itinerant 
Traders ot London in their ordinary costume, with letter- 
press descriptions, hf. cf (1804), 4to. (85), Aupj. 7, Sotheby 

Eaton, £^ 4s. 
[This is the set of col. plates often found bound up 
with " Modern London, or History of the Present State of 
the British Metropolis," 1804, 4to.] 

Criminal Recorder, or Biographical Sketches of Notorious 
Public Characters, ports., 4 vol., hf. cf. gt., 1804-9, 8vo. 
(540), Nov. 5, Sotheby Hill, £2 los. 

Crisp (F. A.) Catalogue of Lowestoft China, port., col. plates, 
one of 150 copies, hf. veil., uncut, t.e.g., Privately printed, 
1907, 4to. (486), July 29, Sotheby Warren, £1 i6s. 

Cromwell (Thos.) Walks through Islington, extra illustrated 
with many hundred ports., views, plans, cuttings 
from newspapers, etc., text inlaid, mounted and bound 
in four scrap-books (Vol. iv. blank), 1835, roy. folio (126), 
June 3, Sotheby Seal, £g 

Cronike van Vlaenderen, gotl^ic letter, title in red and black, 
with large woodcut of Charles V. mounted on horseback, 
another on verso of the same, also mounted, and about 
200 woodcuts, old veil., Eh es gheprent Tantwerpen, by my 
Willem Vorsterman, buyten dye Camerpoorte inden gulden 
Eenhoren, 1531, sm. folio (138), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £^ 
[Collation : 6 prel. -h ff. ccc. + ff. Ux. (error for Ixi.) -h 5 
unnumbered.] 

Cross (T.) Autobiography of a Stage Coachman, 43 col. plates 
after Rowlandson and others, 2 vol., hf. buckram, 1904, 
imp. 8vo. (532), Dec. 12, Hodgson £1 12s. 

Crossly (A.) Peerage of Ireland, Dublin, 1725 — The Significa- 
tion of most things that are born in Heraldry, Dublin, 
1724, 2 vol. in I, old cf. (rebacked), folio (625), July 29, 
Sotheby Maitland, ^3 

Croston (Jas.) History of the Ancient Hall of Samlesbury, 
mor. gt., g.e., 1871, folio (66), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Murray, £1 2S. 

" Crowquill." See Forrester (A. H.). 

Cniikshank (G.) Comic Almanack, complete set, plates by 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [cru 

G. Cruikshank, etc., some col., 19 numbers in 5 vol., hf. 
mor. gt., g.e., 1835-53, Svo. (561), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Crawshaw, £8 15s. 

Cruikshank (G.) Comic Almanacks, complete set, illustra- 
tions by G. Cruikshank, 19 vol., orig. wrappers and cl. 
covers, fine set, as issued, 1835-53, 8vo. (3089), Feb. 25,. 
Sotheby Spencer, £2;^ 

Cruikshank (G.) Cruikshankiana, an Assemblage of the most 
celebrated Works of George Cruikshank, 81 plates on 64,. 
hf. mor., n.d., folio (546), Jan. 23, Puttick 

Ogden, £1 17s. 6d. 

Cruikshank (G.) Cruikshank 's Magazine, ed. by Smedley,. 
Nos. 1-2, January and February [all published], orig. 
wrappers, 1854, Svo. (3097), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Maggs, £2 2S. 

Cruikshank (G.) Cruikshank's Water-Colours, Introduction 
by J. Grego, 6d. de luxe, front, and col. plates, one of 300 
copies, rough edges, t.e.g., 1903, 4to. (919), Jan. 22, 
Sotheby Sotheran, £1 4s. 

Cruikshank (G.) Fairy Library : Puss in Boots — Jack and the 
Bean-Stalk — Cinderella — Hop'o'-my-Thumb, col. copy, 4 
parts in i vol., mor. ex., g.e., n.d., 4to. (3196), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Richeton, £4 5s. 

Cruikshank (G.) Fairy Library. Jack and the Beanstalk^ 
Cinderella and Hop-o'-my-Thumb, first eds., 25 etchings, 
orig. illustrative covers, D. Bogue, n.d., 4to. (743), April 
29, Sotheby Barton, ^10 

Cruikshank (G.) Illustrations to the Fairy Tales, 24 plates on 
India paper, including title, mounted on cards, mor. ex., 
g.e., n.d., 4to. (3197), Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, £2 15s. 

Cruikshank (G.) Omnibus, ed. by Laman Blanchard, first 
ed., illustrations, hf. cf. gt., m.e., 1842, Svo. (555), Nov. 5, 
Sotheby Crawshaw, £1 15s. 

Cruikshank (G.) Omnibus, ed. by Laman Blanchard, 100 
plates and woodcuts, orig. cl.. Tilt and Bogue, 1S42, Svo. 
(3099), Feb. 25, Sotheby Maggs, £1 15s. 

[£2, hf. cf., Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 190.] 

Cruikshank (G.) Omnibus, ed. by Laman Blanchard, 18S5 — 
Table Book, ed. by G. A. a Beckett, together 2 vol., illus- 
trations by G. Cruikshank, India paper impressions, hf, 
mor. gt., t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, 1885, 4to. (630), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby £2 los. 

Cruikshank (G.) Phrenological Illustrations, col. illustrations, 
printed wrappers, with autograph presentation inscrip- 
tion, 1S73, oblong folio (264), May 23, Puttick £2 

Cruikshank (G.) Table Book, ed. by G. A. k'Becket, first ed., 
plates by G. Cruikshank, hf. cf. gt., 1845, roy. Svo. (556), 
Nov. 5, Sotheby Crawshaw, £2 12s. 

Cruikshank (I. R.) Comicalities, 24 col. plates (3 copies), hf. 
mor., 1830, oblong Svo. (3113), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Myers, £5 2s. 6d. 

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Cuisinier Francois (Le), engraved front., mor. ex., g.e., by 
Trautz-Bauzonnet, 1656, 8vo. (494), June 17, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £17 ids. 

Culpepper (N.) Culpeper's Last Legacy, orig. sheep, 1655, 
8vo. (55), Jan. 23, Puttick Sawyer, i6s. 

Culpepper (N.) English Physician and Complete Herbal, 2 
parts in i, port, and col. plates, tree cf., 1789 — Sibley (E.) 
Key to Physics and the Occult Sciences, col. plates (one 
without margins), tree cf. (damaged), n.d., together 2 vol., 
4to. (241), Aug. 7, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £^ 

Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological 
Society. Publications, Vol. i.-xvi. ; New Series, Vol. i.- 
xiv., plates, maps, etc., mor. gt. and buckram, Kendal, 
1874-1914, 8vo. (443), Feb. 20, Sotheby Thurman, £1^ 

Cumberland (R.) British Theatre, 45 vol., 1826 — Minor 
Theatre, 16 vol., n.d., together 61 vol., ports, and other 
engravings, hf. bd., m.e., 1823, etc., 8vo. (570), Nov. 5, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £g los. 

[Cummings (Maria).] The Lamplighter, illustrations by F. 
Gilbert, complete in the 26 orig. penny parts, wrappers, 
uncut, in case, John Cassell, n.d. (1854), ^vo. (756), May 
14, Sotheby Maggs, £2 los. 

Cundall (H. M.) Birket Foster, ed. de luxe, illustrations, one 
of 100 copies, white cl., 1906, 4to. (509), Jan. 23, Puttick 

Curry, £2 5s. 

Cunningham (A.) Lives of the Painters, Sculptors and Archi- 
tects, extra illustrated with hundreds of engravings and 
etchings, including ports., landscapes, historical, genre 
and other subjects, 6 vol., hf. mor. gt., uncut, 1829-33, 
8vo. (720), Oct. 23, Sotheby Borrell, /16 

[Inserted at the article on Raebum is a long and in- 
teresting autograph letter (3 pp. 4to.) from the celebrated 
Scotch portraitist to a newly-married friend, William 
Burrell, Esq., Broom Park, by Alnwick.] 

Cunningham (Sir A.) Mahabodhi, or the Great Buddhist 
Temple at Buddha-Gaya, plates, cl., 1892 — The Sttipa of 
Bharhut, a Buddhist Monument, plates, cl., 1879, together 
2 vol., 4to. (354), March 4, Christie Edwards, £6 5s. 

Cunningham Memoirs (The), 10 parts, plates and facs., orig. 
wrappers. Royal Irish Academy, 1880-94, 4to. (610), July 
29, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 3s. 

[Complete set, including Mahaffy's Flinders Petrie 
Papyri, 189 1-4, a copy of which, in bds., sold separately 
for £2 3s., same sale. Lot 611.] 

Cupid (The), a Collection of Love Songs, in twelve parts, orig. 
ed., engravings by Scotin, orig. cf., r.e., /. Crichley for R. 
Dodsley, 1736, 8vo. (1091), May 14, Sotheby 

Dobell, £^ 128. 

Curia Palatium, gotftic letter of two sizes, 36 lines to a page, 
woodcut on title of a man with a scroll (Jesus, son of 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [cus 

Sirach), hf. veil, [s.n., Cdln, ? J. Koelhoff, c. 1495], sm. 4to. 
(139), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £y 

[Probably an unrecorded ed., diflfering from all authori- 
ties consulted. Collation : a in 6.] 

Cursus Beatae Mariae Virginis, cu plerisq*; cursib? necn6 
oratoibs* deq^ figuris sulptis, flottjif letter, pictorial borders, 
title (in fac), full-page cut of the " Anatomical Man "' 
and other full-page woodcuts, mor. ex., g.e. [s.n., Strass- 
hurg, J. Reinhard of Griiningen, c. 1490], i2mo. (140), Dec. 
10, Christie Quaritch, £g los. 

[Proctor describes the British Museum copy in his- 
" Bibliographical Essays," p. 37. According to Proctor, 
there should be an astronomical table on the 8th leaf 
(verso blank) ; in this copy it is missing. Eight leaves 
are also wanting and two are in fac. Collation : a-r8 = 
136 leaves. Missing leaves are a8, hi and 8, R1-3, 6, 7. 
A I and r8 are in fac] 

Curtis (W.) Botanical Magazine from the commencement in 
1787 to 1849, with two Indexes, port, and col. plates, 75 
vol. in 28, russ. gt., g.e., fine set, 1787-1849, 8vo. (408), 
Jan. 22, Sotheby Parsons, £^8 

Curtis (W.) Botanical Magazine, col. plates. Vol. i.-lxxxii. 
(wanting Vol. Ixi.), in 68 vol., hf. russ., 1 793-1856, 8vo. 
(50), April 29, Sotheby Joseph, £ij 

Curtis (W.) Flora Londinensis, col. plates, 2 vol., hf. cf.,. 
1777-98, folio (1033), Feb. 20, Sotheby Wheldon, £j los. 

Curtius (Quintus). De los hechos del magno Alexandre rey 
de macedonia, got()ic letter, title in red, old Italian mor.,. 
gold border and centrepiece, g.e. (portion of blank margin 
wanting to fol. 62), Impressa en la muy noble y leal ciudad 
Seuilla en casa de Juan Cromberger, 1534, sm. folio (206)^ 
March 18, Christie Edwards, ;^i8 

Curtius (Quintus). [Opere.] Quinto Curtio da P. Candido di 
latino in volgare tradotto, lit. ital., title within border 
(corner defective), contemp. Venetian cf., stamped panels, 
g.e., In Vineggia per Vetter. q. Piero Ravano, della Serena 
&> Compagni, 1531, 8vo. (2090), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Dobell, £'] 15s. 

Curzon (G. N.) Persia and the Persian Question, map and 
illustrations, 2 vol., orig. cl. (loose in covers, but clean), 
1892, 8vo. (218), Oct. 24, Hodgson Maggs, £6 

Cusanus (Jo.) Algorithmus linealis Proiectiliu, etc., Vienna 
impressus per Hier. Uietore z loannem Singrenium, 11 
July, 1514 — Tractatulus artificiose memoriae, ib., 1514,. 
the two works in i vol., gct^ir letter, mor. ex., g.e., by F. 
Bedford, sm. 4to. (141), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £6- 
[In the latter work are 10 leaves of woodcuts arranged 
as alphabets to assist the memory. Collation : (i) 4 
leaves, unsigned and unnumbered ; (2) a6, bi2 = 18 leaves 
+ I leaf csChcel (between B4 and 5).] 

Cust (L.) National Portrait Gallery, with an illustration of 

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each port., 2 vol., hf. mor. ex., t.e.g., 1901, 4to. (82^, Dec. 
10, Christie Russell, £6 ids. 

Cust (L.) The Royal Collection of Paintings at Buckingham 
Palace and Windsor Castle, 180 plates, 2 vol., orig. cl. 
portfolio, 1905-6, folio (121), July 29, Sotheby 

Camp, £^ I OS. 

Cutter (The), in Five Lectures upon the Art and Practice of 
Cutting Friends, Acquaintances and Relations, col. plates, 
hf. mor., t.e.g., 1808, 8vo. (528), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Rimell, £1 2s. 

Cuvier (Baron). The Animal Kingdom, ed. by Edward 
Griffith and others, plates, 16 vol., including index, cf. ex., 
1827-35, 8vo. (525), July 29, Sotheby Hill, £3 3s. 

Cyprianus (S.) Epistolae et Opuscula, ed. secunda (?), lit. 
rom., 182 leaves, without marks [Hain *5897, Proctor 
4032, Pellechet 4077 (184 leaves, including 2 blanks)], 
painted capitals, old cf. (Sunderland), [colophon] Loquitur 
Lector ad Vindelinum Spirensem Arttficem qui Epistolas 
Beati Cipriani reddit in lucem m.cccclxxi. [Venetiis, 
1471], folio (2093), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £20 

Cyrillus (S.) Speculum Sapientiae, ed. princeps (?), lit. 0Otf|-, 
61 leaves [Hain *5903, Proctor 7468], painted capitals, 
bds., covered with old veil., M.S., not subject to return, 
a. u. n. {Basileae, Michael Wenzler, c. 1473), folio (252), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ los. 

D'Abrantes (Duchesse). Autobiography and Recollections, 
ports., 4 vol., new hf. cf. gt., by Riviere, 1893, 8vo. (2), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby "^ Maggs, £2 6s. 

D'Abrantes (Duchesse). Memoires, ou Souvenirs historiques 
sur Napoleon, 18 vol., hf. cf., Paris, 1831-5, 8vo. (2), July 
22, Sotheby Heffer, £2 15s. 

D'Abrantes (Duchesse). Memoirs of Celebrated Women, 16 
col. lithographic ports., old hf. russ., Edward Churton, 
n.d. (1834), folio (863), April 19, Sotheby Lewine, £6 5s. 

Dagley (R.) Takings ; or, The Life of a Collegian, first ed., 
26 col. etchings after R. Dagley, mor. gt., uncut, London, 
John Warren, 1821, roy. 8vo. (169), Dec. 3, American Art 
Association $17.50 

Dallas (Sir Geo.) Memoir of Sir Peter Parker, Bart., Capt. of 
H.M.S. Menelaus, Killed in Action at the American Camp 
at Bellair, near Baltimore, Aug. 31, 1814, illustrated with 
32 orig. ports, in water-colours by G. P. Harding (minia- 
ture size), mor. ex., g.e.. Naval Chronicle Office, 1815 (771), 
April 29, Sotheby James, £^^ 

Dalrymple (Alex.) Collection of Plans of Ports in the East 
Indies, folding and other plans, charts, etc., cf.. For the 
Author, 1775, 4to. (355), March 4, Christie 

H. Stevens, £6 5s. 

Dalton (E. T.) Descriptive Ethnology of Bengal, 38 Htho- 
graphic plates from photographs, hf. mor., Calcutta, 1872, 
4to. (356), March 4, Christie Edwards, £^ 5s. 

D'Alton (Jno.) Illustrations, Historical and Genealogical, of 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dan 

King James's Irish Army List (1689), 2 vol., orig. cl., 

Dublin, und. (i860), 8vo. (580), July 29, Sotheby 

Maitland, £1 8s. 

Damhoudere (J. de). Practycke ende handbouck in criminele 
zaeken, gotl)ic letter, full-page woodcuts, 10 leaves + pp. 
292+1 leaf, orig. cf., ornamental borders (margin at tail 
wormed). Tot Lotien Gheprent by Steuen W outers ende Ian 
Bathen, 1555, sm. 4to. (142), Dec. 10, Christie |^ 

Edwards. £^ 15s. 

Danfrie (Ph.) Declaration de lusage du Graphometre, etc., 
script type, 18 engravings, mor., g.e., by Thompson 
(Paris), Paris, chez ledict Danfrie, rue des Carmes, 1597, 
sm. 4to. (2096), Nov. 22, Sotheby Parsons, £10 los. 

Daniel (Geo.) Merrie England in the Olden Time, first ed., 

plates by Leech, 2 vol., hf. mor. gt., m.e., 1842, 8vo. 

(585), Nov. 5, Sotheby Tregaskis, £1 lis. 

[£4, orig. cl. (not cut open). May 14, Sotheby, Lot 759.] 

Daniel (Sam.) Civile wars between the two houses of Lan- 
caster and Yorke (" the first fower Bookes "), first ed. 
(title, B to Z in fours), title within woodcut border, mor. 
gt., g.e. (a few catchwords and shoulder notes cut into), 
P. Short for Simon Waterson, 1595, sm. 4to. (119), Dec. 6, 
Hodgson Myers, £'^'j 

[Two issues of this book were printed in 1595, but the 
above — containing 89 leaves in all — is the earlier, as the 
other contains 108 leaves, the additional leaves being a 
fifth book.] 

Daniel (Sam.) Civile Wares betweene the Houses of Lan- 
caster and York, first complete ed., engraved title (re- 
paired), also a few other leaves mended and one or two 
marginal notes cut into, cf., 1609, sm. 4to. (120), Dec. 6, 
Hodgson Myers, £^ 5s. 

Daniel (Sam.) Collection of the History of England,^ with 
a Continuation by John Trussel, fifth ed., 2 vol. in i, 
F. Leach for Benj. Tooke, 1685, folio (211), April 8, Sotheby 

Ellis, £'j 
[XVII. century English mor. gt., arms of the Cambells 
of Clay Hall, Baronets, 1664-99, g.e.] 

[Daniel (Sam.)] Delia. Contayning certayne Sonnets : with 
the complaint of Rosamond, first ed. (A 2 leaves, B to 
H 2 and Bb to G 2 in fours), title within woodcut border, 
mor. ex., g.e., by Rividre, At London, Printed by I. C. for 
Simon Waterson, dwelling in Paules Church-yard at the 
signe of the Crowne, 1592, sm. 4to. (117), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Quaritch, ^265 
[The collation of the three 1592 issues of " Delia " 
and the " Complaynt of Rosamond " — the former being 
Daniel's first orig. literary effort — is a complicated one. 
The above copy appears to be the first of the 1592 eds. 
of "Delia!' as issued with "Rosamond." The points 
in support of this are : — (i) the arabesque border on 
title ; (2) the imprint, as given in the first ed. described 

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by Corser, Part v., p. lo ; (3) the fact that it contains 
only the original 50 sonnets (four being subsequently 
added), and (4) the " Faultes escaped " are uncorrected. 
The " Rosamond " is apparently the later version, con- 
taining 129 stanzas, as against the 106. The latter poem 
commences on sign. Bb, without a second title. The 
above copy has been cleaned, but is quite perfect (as 
described), save for a slight defect in the last leaf of the 
" Rosamond."] 

Daniel (Sam.) Letter from Octavia to Marcus Antoninus, 
title within border (title and dedication 2 leaves, B and 
C 4 leaves each and D 2 leaves) , P. Short for Simon Water- 
son, 1599 — The Tragedie of Cleopatra, title within woodcut 
border (A to K in fours), same imprint, 1599, being part 
of the " Poeticall Essayes," 1599, in i vol., modern bds., 
sm. 4to. (118), Dec. 6, Hodgson Dohell, £4 4s. 

[Daniel (Sam.)] Order and Solemnitie of the Creation of the 
High and mightie Prince Henrie, Eldest Sonne of our 
sacred Soveraigne, Prince of Wales, etc., first ed., Tho. 
Heame's copy (stained), hf. cf.. Printed at Britains Bursse 
for John Budge, 1610, sm. 4to. (189), July 26, 1917, 
Hodgson Myers, £-^0 

Daniel (Sam.) Panegyrike .... to the Kings Most Excellent 
Maiestie at Burleigh Harrington in Rutlandshire. Also 
Certaine Epistles, with A Defence of Ryme (A to H in 
eights, B8, C8, D8 and E4 being blanks, but wanting 
blank A, and last 5 leaves defective), E. Blount, 1603 — 
Certaine Small Poems lately printed : with the Tragedie 
of Philotas (the latter being the first ed., A to H in eights, 
last leaf blank, but wanting title, and (Philotas) A to F6 
in eights, Ai and 2, before the title, being blanks), G. E. 
for Simon Water son and Edward Blount, 1605, in i vol., 
old cf. (some headlines and a few side-notes cut into, 
not subject to return), 1603-5, i2mo. (518), Aug. 9, 1917, 
Hodgson Pickering, £\i 5s. 

Daniel (Sam.) Poeticall Essayes, 4 titles within woodcut 
borders (border on first title defective), veil, gt., with ties. 
At London, printed by R. Short for S. Waterson, 1599, 4to. 
(487), Aug. 7, Sotheby Qiiaritch, /86 

Danieli (B.) Libro di Diversi Disegni, per Colari, Punti per 
fazzoletti, et Reticele di varie sorti, title and 13 (should 
be 22 ?) plates of patterns for embroidery, etc., hf. mor. 
(from the Marquis d' Adda's collection), Bologna, A. 
Parasini [c. 1640], oblong 4to. (441), March 18, Christie 

Ellis, £S 

Danieli (Sam.) African Scenery and Animals (First Part), 
engraved title and 30 col. plates, with descriptive letter- 
press, old hf. russ., 1804-5, oblong folio (582), April 29, 
Sotheby Edwards, £25 los. 

Danieli (T.) Hindoo Excavations in the Mountains of Ellora 
near Aurungabad, 8 tinted plans and 24 col. views from 
the drawings of J. Wales, letterpress descriptions (8vo.) 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dan 

cut up and pasted on fly-leaves, hf. mor., 1803-4, oblong 
folio (583), April 29, Sotheby Quaritch, ^ 

Daniell (T. and W.) Antiquities of India, engraved title in 
bistre and 12 col. views, letterpress descriptions (8vo.) 
cut up and mounted on fly-leaves, hf. mor., 1799, oblong 
folio (585), April 29, Sotheby Heffer, £6 los. 

[£6 los., hf. roan, 12 col. plates, Part the Second (only), 
1804, April 29, Sotheby, Lot 586.] 

Daniell (T. and W.) Oriental Scenery : Views in Hindoostan, 
taken in the years 1789-90, 1792, 1801, engraved titles 
and 72 col. plates, 3 vol., letterpress descriptions (8vo.) 
in each vol., cut up and pasted on fly-leaves, hf. mor., 
1 795-1801, oblong folio (584), April 29, Sotheby 

Spencer, £58 
[/15, loose within bds., 46 of the plates on cardboard, 
no general title, same sale. Lot 781.] 

Daniell (T. and W.) Oriental Scenery : Views in Hindoostan, 
fourth series, 24 col. plates (with letterpress descriptions, 
8vo. tract), old hf. russ., with ties, 1807, atlas folio (587), 
April 29, Sotheby Spencer, ;^i8 

Daniell (T. and W.) Voyage to India by way of China, 50 
col. plates, with descriptive letterpress, hf. mor., 18 10, 
oblong 4to. (588), April 29, Sotheby Ellis, ;^io 

Daniell (W.) Voyage round the North and North-West Coast 
of Scotland, etc., 42 col. views, hf. mor., W. Lewis, n.d. 
(1818-20), roy. 4to. (769), April 29, Sotheby 

Spencer, £\7. 12s. 

Daniell (W.) and Ayton (R.) Voyage round Great Britain, 
308 col. plates, wanting the map, 8 vol., hf. mor., 1814-25, 
folio (3224), Feb. 25, Sotheby Bain, £68 

Daniell (W.) and Ayton (R.) Voyage round Great Britain, 
index chart and 308 plates in col. aquatint, russ. gt., 
arms of the Duke of Sutherland, 8 vol., g.e. (rebacked), 
1814-25, folio (830), April 29, Sotheby Harper, £81 

D'Annunzio (Gabriele). La Canzone di Garibaldi, mor. gt., 
silk linings, arms on the side, t.e.g., by Torrini, Milano, 
1901, folio (674), Dec. 17, Sotheby France, i8s. 

Dante Alighieri. De la Vulgare Eloquenzia tradotto in Lingua 
Italiana (da G. G. Trissino), first ed. in Italian (26 leaves), 
italic type, a Greek w for being used throughout, sides of 
an ancient veil. MS., autograph letter of W. R. Pollock to 
Prof. By water (whose copy this was) inserted, Vicenza 
Stampata per Tolomeo Janiculo da Brescia, 1529, sm. folio 
(1076), July 22, Sotheby Maggs, £5 

Dante Alighieri. II Convivio, first ed., roman letter (margins 
of first leaf restored), modern wooden bds. and hf. sheep 
[Hain 5954, Proctor 6309], [colophon] Impresso in Firenze 
per set Francesco honaccorsi, 1490, 4to. (207), June 10, 
Sotheby Maggs, ;^io los. 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, MS. on veil. [Italian], 
205 leaves (Tof by 7|in.), roman characters, 36 lines to a 
page, ornamental initial on first page painted on a ground 

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of burnished gold, enclosing a port, miniature of Dante, 
in lower margin the arms of the Medici family, similar 
initials with shorter elongations occur at the commence- 
ment of the Purgatorio and Paradiso, old veil,, xv. cent., 
sm. folio (170), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^220 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, MS. on paper [Italian], 
104 leaves (12-^ by 9-j^in.), roman book-hand, double 
columns, 36 lines to a page (a few leaves wormed), modern 
oak bds. and leather, antique style, xv. cent., folio (172), 
June 10, Sotheby ;^2io 

[Two other Italian MSS. of the xv. century realised £^^ 
and ^32 respectively at the same sale. Lots 171 and 174.] 

Dante Alighieri, La Divina Commedia, roman letter, portion 
only, consisting of 135 leaves (one blank), commencing 
with the latter part of Canto xiii, of the " Purgatorio," 
but appears to have the " Paradiso " intact, old hf, russ., 
uncut, not subject to return [Hain 5938, Proctor 5723], 
[colophon, in 6 lines of verse, without place. Fuligno, 
Johann Neumeister, 1472], folio (178), June 10, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £22 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, col commento di 
Benevenuto de Imola, \\t. got^., two large painted initials 
at beginning, numerous smaller painted initials (a few 
leaves stained and the three blank leaves missing), old 
russ. gt. [Hain 5942, Proctor 4414], [at end] . . . De spiera 
vendelin fu il stampatore del mille quattro cento e settanta 
setti . . . [Venice, Wendelin de Speier, 1477], folio (180), 
June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £^0 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Comedia, col commento di M. 
Paulo Nidobeato e di Guido Terzago, roman letter (com- 
mentary in lit. 0OtE).), initials painted (some leaves wormed, 
small hole in last 5 leaves mended, a few leaves at end 
damp-stained), old russ. gt., signature on fly-leaf [Hain 
5943, Proctor 5896, Pellechet 41 13], Without printer's 
name [Mediolani, Ludovicus et Albertus Piemonte, 1477, 
27 Sept., 22 Nov., 1478, 9 Febr.], folio (182), June 10. 
Sotheby Quaritch, £jo 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, col commento ^ di 
Christ. Landino, roman letter, long lines, with the whole 
of the 19 engravings by Baccio Baldini from the designs of 
Sandro Botticelli, russ. ex., crests of an elephant on back, 
Firenze par Nicholo di Lorenzo delta Magna, 1481, folio 
(213), March 18, Christie Edwards, £()6o 

[First ed. of Dante having Landino's Commentary. 
The first two designs are impressed in the spaces left for 
that purpose, the rest being taken off separately and 
mounted in the blank spaces. The first, as usual, has 
been slightly cut into, and those mounted are browned, 
and some defective. Several leaves torn and a few stained. 
Collation : Prel. 12, a 9, b 8, c-e 10, f 8, g 10, h-i 8, 1 10, 
mn 8, o-r 10, s 6, aa 9, bb-gg 10, hh 12, 11-mm 10, nn 
(omitted), 006, aaa 8, b-h 10, 16, l 10. Illustration in 

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catalogue. ;^ioo (Quaritch), hi. mor. ex., containing two 
of the engravings only several leaves repaired and slightly- 
wormed, same sale, Lot 214.] 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, col Commento di 
Christophoro Landino, roman letter, contains 366 leaves 
only and wanted the last 6 of the preliminary leaves, two 
engravings only, the first damaged (some leaves wormed 
and rubbed), 5 large painted initials, four of which have 
illuminated borders, mor. ex. to a Lyonnese pattern, g.e., 
by F. Bedford [Hain 5946, Proctor 6120, Pellechet 41 14], 
i6^in. by io|in., [colophon] . . . Impresso in Firenze per 
Nicholo di Lorenzo delta Magna a di xxx. dagosto. M.cccc. 
Ixxxi. (1481), folio (183), June 10, Sotheby Tregaskis, £^1 
[Two other copies, both imperfect and defective, realised 
;^28 and £26 respectively at this sale, Lots 184-5. The 
former had two of the engravings and the latter seven.] 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, col Commento di C. 
Landino, roman letter, modern oak bds. and leather, 
antique style [Hain-Copinger 5947, Proctor 4581], [colo- 
phon] Impresso in Vinegia per Octaviano Scoto da Monza, 
adi xxiii. di Marzo, 1484, folio (186), June 10, Sotheby 

Maggs, £17 

Dante Alighieri. [La Divina Commedia col commenti di 
Cristoforo Landino], roman letter, 68 Italian woodcuts 
(first leaf repaired, a few at beginning and end stained, 
one or two leaves torn), MS. marginal notes [Hain 5948], 
russ. gt. (from the Marquis d'Adda collection) . . . . Et 
impresso in Bressa per Boninum de Boninis di Raguxi a 
di ultimo di Mezo . . . 1487, folio (215), March 18, Christie 

Edwards, /175 
[/70, old veil,, uncut, blank leaf at end wanting, one 
plate inlaid, April 29, Sotheby, Lot 988 ; ;^87, old veil., 
June 10, Sotheby, Lot 187.] 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, col Comento di 
Christophoro Landino, et Canzone (8| pages), roman 
letter. 61 lines to a full page, woodcuts and ornamental 
initials, old cf. gt. (a few leaves wormed) [Hain 5949, 
Proctor 4877], [colophon] Impresso in Vinegia per Petro 
Crenionense dito Veronense, Adi xviii. di Novembrio, 1491, 
folio (95), April 29, Sotheby Quaritch, /20 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, col Commento di C. 
Landino ; Credo di Dante, roman letter, initial letters 
and woodcuts (several leaves wormed), modern wooden 
bds. and russ., end-leaves from a XlVth century veil. 
Antiphonarium [Hain-Copinger 5949, Proctor 4877, Pel- 
lechet 41 17], [colophon] Impressi in Venesia per Bernardino 
bernali et Matthio da Parma, 1491, adi Hi. marzo, folio 
(188), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £20 

{£\^, old cf. gt., some leaves wormed and others defec- 
tive, June 10, Sotheby, Lot 189.] 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, col Comento di 
Christophoro Landino, roman letter, two types, 4 fuU- 

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page woodcuts, within borders, and 97 cuts and orna- 
mental initials (some leaves stained, repaired or wormed), 
veil., Impressi i Venesia P. Bernardino benali E. Matthio 
da Parma, 1491 (51), June 3, Sotheby Tregaskis, ^11 los, 
[The " Purgatorio " in this ed. has two impressions of 
the full-page cut.] 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, col Commento di 
Chr. Landino, revisto et emendato da Pierro da Figino, 
roman letter, woodcuts (some leaves stained and wormed), 
old hf. sheep [Hain 5952, Proctor 4496], [colophon] 7m- 
pressa in Venetia, per Matheo di chodecha da parma 1493, 
adi xxix. de Nouemhre, folio (190), June 10, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £i\ 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Comedia, col Comento di Christo- 
phoro Landino, roman letter, woodcut within architectural 
borders (col.) at beginning, text on first page within orna- 
mental borders (col.), small cuts in the text, veil., g.e. 
[Hain 5953, Proctor 5482, Pellechet 41 19], [colophon] 
Inipressa in Venetia, per Piero de zuanne di quarengii da 
palazzo hergamasco , 1497, adi xi. Ortubrio, folio (191), June 
10, Sotheby Ellis, £15 los. 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Comedia, col comento di C. 
Landino, roman letter, woodcuts (some leaves wormed 
and stained, small hole in last leaf), old cf., Venetia, per 
Bartholomeo de Zanni da Portese, 1507, folio (192), June 10, 
Sotheby Davis 6- Orioli, £^ 

Dante Alighieri [La Divina Commedia], col sito et forma dell' 
Inferno, italic letter two titles, full-page woodcuts at end, 
XVIth century Venetian wooden bds and mor. gt., clasps, 
Vinegia, nelle Case d'Aldo e d' Andrea di A solo suo socero, 
1515, 8vo. (203), June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £12 

r/2 2S., veil., some leaves stained and cut into, same 
sale, Lot 205.] 

Dante Alighieri. [La Divina Commedia], col sito et forma dell' 
Inferno, semi-cursive characters, has 202 leaves, with 5 
pages at end containing woodcuts, mor. ex.. Absque nota 
[Toscolano, Alex. Paganini, c. 1515], 32mo (204), June 10, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 15s, 

Dante Alighieri. [La Divina Commedia.] Traducido de lengua 
toscana en verso castellano, por Pedro Fernandez de 
Villegas, gotflic letter, title wanting and supplied in MS., 
coat-of-arms on last leaf, russ. gt., not subject to return, 
Tmprimiose . . . Burgos por Fadrique aleman de Basilea, 
acabose lunes a dos dias de Abril, 1515, folio (216), March 
18, Christie Quaritch, £14 

[£^2, mor. ex., part of title in fac, June 10, Sotheby, 
Lot 208.] 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, col espositione di 
Christ. I^andino, lit. rom., woodcut port, of Dante on 
reverse of title, small Italian woodcuts, engraved port. 
of Dante, after Stradan, by C. Galle, inserted (mounted 
on fly-leaf), old cf. gt., r.e., Venetia, per Jac. del Burgo- 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dan 

franco ad instantia di I.. A. Junta, 1529, folio (989), April 
29, Sotheby Tregaskis, £7 15s. 

[£j 5s., orig. veil., some leaves stained, June 10, 
Sotheby, Lot 193.] 

Dante Alighieri. [La Divina Commedia.] Comedia con la dotta 
e leggiadra spositione di C. Landino, italic letter (title and 
first two leaves wormed, small hole in folios 345-47, stain 
on D i), orig. limp veil., Vineggia per M. Bernardino 
Stagnino, 1536 4to. (194), June 10, Sotheby Ellis. £;i 3s. 

Dante Alighieri. [La Divina Commedia], con I'Espositione di 
C. Landino et di A. Velutello, argomenti et allegoric per 
F. Sansovino, head of Dante on title, woodcuts, veil., 
title mounted (some leaves stained), ^^^enetia, appresso 
Giovamhattista, Marchio Sessa &> Fratelli, 1564, folio (195), 
June 10, Sotheby Tregaskis, £^ 5s. 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, con I'espositione di 
M. Bernardino Daniello da Luca, 3 engravings, that 
facing page i shaved at top, orig. veil.. In Venetia, 1568, 
4to. (436), April 29, Sotheby Tregaskis, £2 i6s. 

Dante Alighieri. [La Divina Commedia], con I'Espositioni di 
C. Landino et d' A. Velutello, Argomenti et Allegoric per 
F. Sansovino, italic and roman letter, woodcut head of 
Dante on title, woodcuts in text, old veil., Venetia, ap- 
presso Giovambattista, Marchio Sessa e Fratelli, 1578, folio 
(198), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^3 los. 

[£j 5s., French mor. gt., g.e., arms of J. A. Claret de 
La Tourette, same sale, Lot 197 ; £iy los., pigskin ex., 
g.e., long historical note on Dante on fly-leaf in the auto- 
graph of Thomas Gray, the poet, same sale, Lot 196.] 

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, printed on veil, (only 
2 copies so done), port., 3 vol., hf. mor. gt., Roma, M. de 
Romanis, 1810, i2mo. (217), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £^$ 

Dante Alighieri. La Monarchia, tradotta da Marsilio Ficino, 
MS. on paper [Italian], 64 leaves (7^^ by 5iin.), written 
in a cursive roman hand, 25 long lines to a page, painted 
initial on first page, with emblazoned coat-of-arms in 
upper margin, contemp. Italian cf., xvi. cent., sm. 4to,. 
(175). June 10, Sotheby ;^29 

Dante Alighieri. L'Inferno, illuminated MS. on veil. [Italian], 
140 leaves (9^^ by 6|in.), written in humanistic or roman 
characters, 18 long lines to a page, first leaf painted in 
capitals, large initial N on second leaf (recto) painted in 
gold, with typical Italian decoration enclosing two small 
circular miniatures and a painting representing the seven 
spheres of hell, numerous smaller painted initials, old 
bds., autograph signature on first leaf, xv. cent., 4to. (173), 
June 10, Sotheby Maggs, :{250 

Dante Alighieri. L'Inferno, el Purgatorio et el Paradiso, 
italic lett^ (stain on one leaf), cf. gt., g.e., Venetiis in 
cBdib. Aldi, men. Aug., 1502, sm. 8vo. (200), June 10, 
Sotheby Ellis. £S 5s. 

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Dante Alighieri. L' Inferno, el Purgatorio et el Paradise, the 
Lyons counterfeit of the first Aldine ed., 1502, italic letter, 
two double-page and one full-page woodcuts at end (the 
first cut into), mor. ex., g.e., fine copy, Without place, 
name or date {Lyons, 1502J, 8vo. (201), June 10, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £j los. 

Dante Alighieri. L' Inferno, el Purgatorio et el Paradiso, 
italic letter, woodcuts at end, mor. ex., g. on m.e., by 
Bauzonnet-Trautz, [at end] P. Alex. Pag. Benacenses. 
F[ecerunt] Bena[censes] V[iva] V[iva], n.d. [Toscolano, per 
Alessandro Paganino], i2mo. (202), June 10, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^ los. 

Dante Alighieri. Le terze Rime, first Aldine ed., italic letter, 
contemp. cf., silk ties, Venetiis in cBdib. Aldi, m. Aug., 
1502, sm. 8vo. (206), June 10, Sotheby James, £i/^ los. 

Dante Alighieri. The Divine Comedy, trans, by Charles Eliot 
Norton, large paper (250 copies printed), 4 vol., hf. 
Holland and bds., paper labels, uncut, Cambridge, 
printed at the Riverside Press, 1892, 8vo. (297), March 5, 
American Art Association $14 

Dante Alighieri. The Divine Comedy, trans, by H. F. Cary, 
illustrations after Gustave Dorl and about 150 initial 
letters, illuminated in gold and colours, 6 vol., mor. gt., 
with inlays, doublures, silk linings, t.e.g., uncut, Cassell 
and Co., n.d., folio (172), Dec. 3, American Art Association 

$105 
[The Henry Irving ed. Limited and numbered. One 
of the special sets, with the initial letters illuminated by 
hand.] 

D'Arblay (Mdme.) See Burney (Frances) 

{Darell (J.)] Strange News from th' Indies: or East-India 
Passages further discovered (small defect in last leaf), 
hf. mor., S. Bowtel, 1652, sm. 4to. (206), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Edwards, £5 12s. 6d, 

Darley (F. O. C.) The Cooper Vignettes, from Drawings by 
F. O. C. Darley, India proofs to illustrate Fenimore 
Cooper, mor., g.e., 1862, folio (673), Nov. 13, Puttick 

Parsons, £^ 3s. 

Darly (M.) Caricatures, Macaronies, Characters, etc., engraved 
titles and 72 plates, with 9 in duplicate col., 3 vol., mor., 
1 77 1 -2, oblong folio (216), Dec. 12, Hodgson £2 4s. 

[The complete set comprises 4 titles and 96 plates. £g, 
mor. ex., 4 vol. in 2, col. plates, complete, July 28, 1905, 
Sotheby. Lot 68.] 

Darly (M.) Collection of Comic Prints of Characters, Carica- 
tures, Macaronies, etc., dedicated to David Garrick, 275 
humorous engravings, hf. mor., 1776, folio (236), Dec. 12, 
Hodgson Hill, £i 7s. 6d. 

Dart (J.) Westmonasterium, or the History and Antiquities 
of Westminster Abbey, mezzo, port, of the author and 
upwards of 140 plates, large paper, with two extra 
plates, a large col. view of the west front, by Middleton, 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dav 

and Graves's large folding plate (1796), 2 vol., russ. gt., 
g.e., n.d. (1723 ?), roy. folio (1056), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Rimell, £2 los. 

D'Artagnan. M^moires de M'. D'Artagnan Capitaine Lieu- 
tenant de la premiere Compagnie des Mousquetaires, 
premiere 6d., 3 vol., old cf., d Cologne chez P. Marteau, 
1700, 8vo. (760), May 14, Sotheby Davis &- Orioli, £t^ 

Darwin (C.) and Fitzroy (R.) Narrative of the Surveying 
Voyages of H.M. ships " Adventure " and " Beagle," 
maps and plates, 4 vol., complete with appendix, orig. 
bds., uncut, H. Colburn, 1839, 8vo. (638), May 14, Sotheby 

Bumpus, £^ 15s. 

Darwin (E.) Botanic Garden, a Poem, plates, name on title, 
contemp. mor., sprinkled edges, 1791, 4to. (402), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Maggs, £1 i6s. 

Datus (Aug.) " Augustini Datti Scribae Senensis Elegantiolae 
feliciter incipiunt," lit. rom., 40 leaves, the first blank 
[Hain *5969, Proctor 6787, Pellechet 4126], illuminated 
initial and coat-of-arms on first page, modern cf. gt., with 
rough edges. Absque ulla nota [Paduae. Albertus de 
Stendal, 14 — ], sm. 4to. (2097), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £6 los. 

Daudet (A.) [Works.] Novels, Romances and Writings, illus- 
trations, some in col., 16 vol., hf. leather, t.e.g.. New York 
[1900], i2mo. (298), March 5, American Art Association 

$20 

Daumier (Honore). Les Cent et Un Robert Macaire, humorous 
col. plates, orig. hf. roan (loose in covers, back damaged), 
Paris, 1839, 4to. (830*), April 29, Sotheby Harper, £g los. 

Davenant (Sir W.) Crueltie of the Spaniards in Peru, first 
ed. (title defective, some headlines cut into), cf. ex., arms 
of Henry Perkins (Huth copy, ^3 5s. in 1912), 1658, 4to. 
(1470), April 8, Sotheby Dohell, £8 

Davenant (Sir W.) Gondibert, an Heroick Poem, first ed., 
modern hf. cf., r.e., Printed by Tho. Newcomb for John 
Holden . . in the New Exchange, 1651, 4to. (601), July 22, 
Sotheby Dobell, £1 5s. 

[This copy belonged to Thos. Barlow, Bishop of Lincoln 
[1607-91]. On the title and fly-leaf are inscriptions by 
him and two contemporary MS. satires on the poem are 
written on the fly-leaves.] 

Davenant (Sir W.) King John and Matilda : a Tragedy (a 
few headlines cut into and some leaves stained), hf. roan^ 
R. Gammon, 1662, sm. 4to. (157), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Dobell, £2 9s. 

[Davenant (Sir W.)] Macbeth, a Tragedy, first ed., mor. ex., 
g.e.. by Riviere, on p. 47 some words have been missed in 
printing. Printed by P. Chetwin, 1674, 4to. (746), April 8, 
Sotheby Tregaskis, £') 

[Davenant (Sir W.)] The lust Italian, first ed. (title soiled 
and last leaf repaired), hf. mor., T. Harper for J. Water son, 
1630, sm. 4to. (156), Dec. 6, Hodgson Dobell, £2 15s. 

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Davenant (Sir W.) Two Excellent Plays. The Wits— The 
Platonick Lovers, titles within woodcut borders (a few 
headlines shaved), old sheep, 1665, 8vo. (833), April 8, 
Sotheby Edwards, £2 12s. 

Davenant (Sir W.) Works, first collected ed., port, by W. 

Faithorne, name on title (a few leaves stained), cf. gt. 

(rebacked). Printed by T. N. for Henry Herringman, 1673, 

folio (440), Aug. 7, Sotheby Halliday, £8 5s. 

[£2 I OS., old cf., July 29, Sotheby, Lot 250.] 

Davenport (Cyril). Thomas Berthelet, plates, including nine 
printed in col., vignettes on India paper, hf. bd., uncut, 
one of 252 copies on handmade paper, Chicago, published 
by the Caxton Club, 1901 — Samuel Mearne, plates, in col., 
vignettes on India paper, hf. bd., uncut, one of 252 copies 
on American handmade paper, ib., 1906, together 2 vol., 
4to. (1075), April 8, Sotheby Sotheran, ;^ii 5s. 

Davenport (Robt.) King lohn and Matilda, a Tragedy, first 
ed., with orig. blank at end, mor. ex., by Riviere, A. 
Pennycuicke, 1655, 4to. (899), April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £j 

Davidson (J no.) Scaramouch in Naxos, presentation copy to 
Oscar Wilde from the author, with inscription, 1890, 8vo. 
(11 13), Dec. 4, Sotheby Jenkins, £1 19s. 

[Da vies (John, of Hereford).] The Scourge of Folly, Consisting 
of satyricall Epigramms, and others in honor of many 
noble and worthy Persons of our Land, etc., engraving 
on title of Folly, upon the back of Time, being scourged 
by Wit, col. by an early hand (A 8 leaves, including 
blank A and title, and B to S 4 in eights, with a blank at 
end, but wanting G 3, and a few leaves stained), orig. veil., 
At London, printed by E. A. for Richard Redmer sould at 
his shop at ye west of Paules [c. 1611], i2mo. (136), Dec. 6, 
Hodgson Dobell, £\<^ los. 

Dawkins (W. B.) Cave Hunting, first ed., illustrations, col. 
front., 1874 — Early Man in Britain, illustrations, 1880, 
together 2 vol., 8vo. (13 18), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Land, £2, 3s. 

Dawkins (W. B.) Early Man in Britain, woodcuts, orig. cl., 
uncut, 1880, 8vo. (400), Dec. 19, Hodgson £1 los. 

Day (Fr.) Fishes of Great Britain and Ireland, illustrations, 
2 vol., orig. cl., 1880-4, 8vo. (521), June 17, Sotheby 

Wheldon, £^ los. 

[Day (Thos.)] The Desolation of America, a Poem, with 
A.L.s. from the author to Stockdale, also a stipple port, 
and obituary notice from the " European Magazine," hf. 
mor., t.e.g., 1777, sm. 4to. (85), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Myers, £3 

Debat du corps et de lame, lettres b&tardes, large woodcut 
initial on title, mor. ex., g.e., by Bauzonnet-Trautz, from 
the Yemeniz and Huth collections (Huth, ;^22 in 1912), 
Absque ulla nota [? Lyons, c. 1500], sm. 4to. (218), March 
18, Christie Quaritch, £^8 

De Bry (J. T. and I.) Bibliotheca Chalcographica, engraved 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [deg 

titles and ports., 9 parts in i vol., mor. gt., scroll borders 
of acorns, g.e., by J. Clarke, Francofurti, 1650, sm. 4to. 
(47), July 22, Sotheby Bain. £5 5s. 

De Bry (J. T. and I.) Petits Voyages, first ed.. Parts i.-viii. 
(only), engraved titles, plates, maps, one plate wanting 
in Vol. i. and ii., several leaves stained, two titles cut 
into, hf. cf. gt. (one vol. with g. and gauffred edges), 
Francojurti, 1598- 1607, folio (960), Dec. 4, Sotheby 

H. Stevens, ;^io los. 

Decker (Thomas). See Dekker 

Defoe (D.) Moll Flanders, first ed. (wanting title, foxed), old 
cf. (rebacked) (1721), Svo. (51), March 25, Sotheby 

Edwards, £2 4s. 
\£i, cf. gt., the second ed., 1741, one leaf torn, title and 
front, mounted, same sale, Lot 52.I 

Defoe (D.) Robinson Crusoe, second ed., front.. Printed for 
W. Taylor, 1719 — The Farther Adventures of Robinson 
Crusoe, second ed., folding map, ib., 1719, together 2 vol., 
cf. ex., g.e., Svo. (219), March 18, Christie 

S other an, £S los. 

Defoe (D.) Robinson Crusoe, engravings after Stoth ard, 2 
vol., cf. gt., Stockdale, 1790, roy. 8vo. (541), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Edwards, £2 4s. 

Defoe (D.) Robinson Crusoe, plates by C. Heath after Sto- 
thard, large paper, India proofs, 2 vol., orig. bds., uncut, 
Cadell & Davies, 1820, roy. 8vo. (763), May 14, Sotheby 

Bumpus, £^ 7s. 6d. 

Defoe (D.) Robinson Crusoe, Major's ed., illustrated by Geo. 
Cruikshank, large paper, India proofs, 2 vol., orig. cl., 
back labels intact, Shakespeare Press, by W. Nicol for J. 
Major, 1 83 1, Svo. (764), May 14, Sotheby 

Maggs, £6 2s. 6d. 

[Defoe (D.)] [Works.] The Storm, 1704— History of the Life 
of Colonel Jack, 1723 — Political History of the Devil, 
front., 1726 — Essay on Apparitions, plates, 1727 — Life of 
Capt. Singleton, 1720 — Tour thro' Gt. Britain, map of the 
Siege of Colchester, 1724 — Memoirs of Mr. Duncan Camp- 
bel, port., 1732 — System of Magick, 1728, all first eds. 
(except the two last), together 8 vol., various cf. bindings, 
Svo. (221), March 18, Christie Dobell, £\2 

Defoe (D.) [Works.] Novels and Miscellaneous Works, ed. by 
Sir W. Scott, 20 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g., Oxford, 1S40-41, 
8vo. (597), Nov. 5, Sotheby Bumpus, ;^ii 15s. 

De Groot (C. H.) Catalogue Raisonn6 of Dutch Painters of 
the Seventeenth Century, based on the Work of John 
Smith, ed. and trans, by E. G. Hawke, Vol. i.-v., orig. 
cl., 1908-13, imp. Svo. (8), Nov. 26, Christie 

Bernard, £4 15s. 
[£j los., orig. cl.. Vol. i.-vi., 190S-16, same sale, Lot 64.] 

De Groot (C. H.) Meisterwerke der Portratmalerei auf der 
Ausstellurrg im Haag, 1903, 69 plates, orig. bds., Munchen, 
1903, folio (97), Nov. 26, Christie G. S. Philips, £y 5s. 

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De Guilleville (G.) El peregrinage de la vida humana, tradu- 
zido en vulgar Castellano, por frey Vincentio Mazuells, 
0Ot()ic letter, long lines, woodcut on title and many others 
in the text, cf. gt. (stained). En Tolosa, por Henrique 
[Meyer] Aleman, 1490, sm. folio (331), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £^0 

De Guilleville (G.) Le Romant des trois Pelerinaiges, lettres 
batardes, double columns, a 10, a-n 8, m 4, n-z 8, a-b 8, 
c 10, mor. ex., g.e., by Chambolle-Duru [Paris, B. Rembolt 
et Jehan Petit, c. 1500], sm. 4to. (330), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £^^ 

Dekker (Thos.) Works, 4 vol., cf. gt., g.e., by Mansell, 1873, 
8vo. (601), Nov. 5, Sotheby Bumpus, £4. 15s. 

Delafosse (J. C.) Nouvelle Iconologie historique ou Attributs 
hieroglyphiques, engraved throughout, plates and letter- 
press, old cf. (worn), arms on sides, Paris, i768,^folio 
(589), April 29, Sotheby Parsons, £12, 

Delamotte (W. A.) Views of the Colleges, Chapels and Gar- 
dens of Oxford, col. title and col. lithographs, with descrip- 
tive letterpress, hf. mor., T. Voys, 1842, folio (831), April 
29, Sotheby David, £<^ 

[/i, bds., plates frayed and loose, w.a.f., March 19,. 
Puttick, Lot 556.] 

Delange (C.) et Borneman (C.) Recueil de Faiences Italiennes 
des XV., XVI. et XVIIe Siecles, 100 chromo-lithographs,. 
mor. ex., g.e., by Winstanley, of Liverpool, Paris, Quai, 
Voltaire, 1869, super imp. folio (780), April 29, Sotheby 

Neukuys, ;^io los. 

De la Serre (J. P.) The Mirrour which flatters not, transcribed 
English by T. C. {i.e., T. Cary), first ed., plates, old cf. 
(some headlines shaved), 1639, 8vo. (417), Nov. 13, Put- 
tick Nicol, £1 

Delices de la Grande Bretagne, 36 plates by W. Birch, after 
Rowlandson, etc., hf. mor. ex., silk linings, 1791, oblong 
4to. (262), Dec. 12, Hodgson Shepherd, £1 us. 

De Lisle (Guill.) Atlas, containing 99 mxaps, partly col., in- 
cluding America, Canada, Louisiana, Mexico, etc., con- 
temp, cf. gt., r.e., Paris, 1745, foHo (99), April 29, Sotheby 

Heffer, £5 

De Lisle (Guill.) Atlas, containing 84 maps, including several 
of America, on one sheet being views of Mexico, New 
York, Fall of Niagara and Quebec, hf. cf., no title, w.a.f., 
Amst., Covens et Mortier, n.d., oblong folio (559), Jan. 23, 
Puttick Nelson, £6 los. 

Delolme (J. L.) History of the Flagellants, plates, veil, gt., 
with the Holmes crest, 1777, 4to. (906), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Edwards, £2 

De Manne (E. D.) Galerie Historique des Comediens de la 
Troupe de Talma, ports, by F. Hillemacher, with auto- 
graph letters from the actors and actresses of the 
" Troupe " inserted, hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., Lyon, 1866, 8vo. 
(19), Dec. 12, Hodgson Maggs, £2 2s. 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dep 

De Maurepas. Recueil dit de Maurepas, Pieces Libres Chan- 
sons, Epigramraes, etc., 35 vol., with Supplement and 
Index, in 6 vol., three-quarter mor., t.e.g., Leyde, 1865, 
i2mo. (192), Nov. 28. Hodgson Neuhuys. £^ 15s. 

De Morgan (Aug.) Budget of Paradoxes, hf. mor., 1872, 8vo. 
(396), July 29, Sotheby E. Stevens, £1 8s. 

Demosthenes. Orationes duae & sexaginta, ed. princeps et 
Aldina, Venetiis in aedib. Aldi, 1504, sm. folio (462), 
April 8, Sotheby Gaston, £^i 

[XVI. century Venetian mor., plain, floral ornaments, 
centre gt. cartouches enclosing the title and name " Hen- 
ricus A. Pagk," illustration in catalogue.] 

Demosthenes. Orationes duae et sexaginta, ed. princeps, 
Venetiis in JEdib. Aldi., 1504 — Ulpianus. Commentarioli 
in olynthiacas, philippicasque Demosthenes orationes, 
contains 130 leaves instead of 171, as given by Brunet, 
ib., apud Alduni, 1503, in i vol., XVIIIth cent. French 
mor. gt., g.e. (Derome), folio (100), April 29, Sotheby 

Runciman, £1^ 

Denham (Sir Jno.) Poems and Translations, with the Sophy, 
first ed., old sheep (rubbed and broken), 1668, 8vo. (591), 
April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £2 4s. 

Dennis (Jno.) The Comical Gallant, or the Amours of Sir 
John Falstaffe, a Comedy, first ed., mor. ex., g.e., by 
Riviere, A. Baldwin, 1702, 4to. (748), April 8, Sotheby 

Pickering, £4 

Den rette Ordinants som paa Herre dagen i Ottense bless 
offuerscet de Besiglet Huorledis Kircketienisten skal 
holdis udi Danmarckis oc Norgis Riger oc de Hertug- 
domme Slesuig Holsten, lit. QOt^. and roman letter, musical 
notation on a staff of 4 lines, port, on verso of title and 
coat-of-arms on last leaf, cf. gt., g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, 
Prentet i Kiobenhaffn, aff Hans Zimmerman, 1562, 8vo. 
(41), May 13, Sotheby Ellis, ;^io 

D'lSon de Beaumont (Chas.) Collection of Orig. Manuscripts, 
Autograph Letters and Documents, Engravings, Draw- 
ings, Printed Books, etc. illustrative of the Dual Career 
of the Chevalier D'£on, comprising about 60 volumes or 
portfolios, box containing the ports, and 14 volumes of 
printed books (202), Dec. 12, Hodgson £'^^5 

[A lengthy description is given in the catalogue.] 

D'il^on de Beaumont (Chas.) Life and Adventures as narrated 
by E. A. Vizetelly [London, 1895], extra illustrated by 
the addition of several hundred ports., caricatures, orig. 
drawings, views, etc., collected by A. M. Broadley and 
Godefroy Mayer, where necessary inlaid to size, 7 vol., 
hf. mor., g.e., roy. folio (201), Dec. 12, Hodgson Myers, ;^ioi 
[Lengthy description of the contents of these vols, in 
the catalogue.] 

" De Praecepto prudentiae," MS. on veil., flotf)ic letter, over 100 
leaves, several large illuminated initials and several others 

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in red and gold, cf., illustration in catalogue, Scsc. xv., 
sm. 4to. (496), March 18, Christie Quaritch, ;^ii5 

De Quincey (T.) Works, " Author's Ed.," ports, and facs., 
15 vol., hf. cf. gt., Edinburgh, 1862-3, 8vo. (113). Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Sawyer, £^ 15s. 

De Rossi (G. B.) Fiori Diversi nouamete posti in luee intag- 
liati da Nicolo Rvbert Francese ad instanza di Gio. Batt. 
de Rossi, engraved title (inlaid) and 84 engravings of 
flowers, etc., cf., Roma, 1640, 4to. (276), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £i\ 

De Sarques (M.) Universal Way of Dyaling, or . . directions 
for placing the Axeltree and marking the hours in Sun- 
Dyals, trans, by Daniel King, front, and plates, cf., g.e.. 
Printed by Thos. Leash, 1659, 4to. (549), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Edwards, £1 8s. 

Deschamps (J.) Scenery and Reminiscences of Ceylon, col. 
plates, hf. roan, 1845, folio (548), March 19, Puttick 

Spencer, £1 15s. 

Description de I'Egypte. See Egypt 

De Smet (P. J.) Oregon Missions and Travels over the Rocky 
Mountains, first ed., plates, orig. cl., New York, 1847, 8vo. 
(415), Jan. 23, Puttick Edwards, £2 

Desperiers (Bon). Les Nouvelles Recreations et joyeaux devis 
de Bonaventure des Periers, mor. gt., g.e., by Koehler, 
Rouen, 1615 (553), Dec. 17, Sotheby Davis 6- Orioli, £1 lis. 

Desportes (Ph.) Les Premieres CEuvres (Poetiques), derniere 
ed., contemp. mor. gt., g.e., Paris, M. Patisson, 1600, sm. 
8vo. (225), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £11 los. 

Destruction (La) de Iherusalem et la mort de Pilate, got^ic 
letter, 37 lines to a page, double columns (17 leaves), inlaid 
throughout, full-page cut of the death of Pilate, mor., g.e., 
by ChamboUe-Duru, from the Selliere collection, with 
arms, an unrecorded ed., illustration in catalogue, Absque 
ulla nota [c. 1490], sm. folio (226), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £^g 

Detaille (Ed.) L'Armee Fran9aise, Types et Uniforms, texte 
par Jules Richard, illustrations, many in col. or tints, 
2 vol. in 16 sections, veil, paper wrappers, in portfolios, 
Paris, Boussod, Valadon et Cie, 1885-1889, folio (144), 
Dec. 3, American Art Association $52.50 

De Veer (Gerrit). De I'Histoire de la Navigation aux Indes 
orientales ; Journal ov Comptoir, contenant le uray Dis- 
cours et Narration Historique, etc., 4 parts in i, copper- 
plate illustrations (some shaved), veil., Amsterdam, 1598- 
1605, folio (505), June 17, Sotheby Edwards, £1^ los. 

[Devonshire.] Scenery on the Southern Coast of Devonshire, 
col. plates, with letterpress, hf. cf gt., Sidmouth, 18 19, 4 to. 
(3696), Feb. 25, Sotheby Quaritch, £g los. 

D'Horsay : or the Follies of the Day. See Mills (J no.) 

Dialogue de Consolation. See Le Roy (Fr.) 

Dialogue in English, betwene a Doctour of Divinitye, and a 
Student in the lawes of England (by C. St. Germain), blacfe 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dib 

letter, title within woodcut border (worn and shaved at 
fore-edge), a few MS. marginal notes, unbd., R. Tottel, 
1569, 8vo. (481), Aug. 7, Sotheby Hardy, £^ los. 

Dialogus Creaturarum Moralizatus. F. 2 : Prefacio i libru 
qui dicitz: dyalog^ creaturaru moralizat^ omni materie 
morali iocudo et edificatiuo modo applicabiUs Incipit 
feliciter, gotfjic letter, first leaf of text has woodcut border, 
initial S and cut of the sun and moon, over 100 other 
woodcuts, painted initials, hf. cf. gt., arms on front side 
and another (ex Bibliotheca Biinaviana) on the under 
side, from Wilham Morris's library, Gouda, G. Leeu, 3 
June, 1480, 4to. (143), Dec. 10, Christie Edwards, £26 

[First ed. Hain 6124, Proctor 8920. Collation : Prel. 
10, a-1 8, m6= 104 leaves, ff. i and 11 are blank, but are 
both missing. Four leaves in contemporary MS.] 

Dialogus Creaturarum Moralisatus. A2 : ^ Prefatio in libru; 
qui dicitur dyalogus creaturarum moralisatus om'i materie 
morali iocundo z edificatiuo modo applicabilis, got()ic 
letter, woodcuts as in the first ed. of 1480, 2 woodcut 
initials, others painted, mor. ex., g.e., by Duru, from the 
Yemeniz collection. Per Gerardum Leeu in opido Ant- 
werpiensi inceptus .... i486, sm. folio (144), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, ;^53 

[Leeu's fourth Latin ed. Hain 6129, Proctor 9363. 
With MS. note by M. Noel respecting the author. Colla- 
tion : a6, a-k6, 18 = 74 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Dialogus de sene et iuuene de amore disputantibus, title above 
a woodcut showing the disputants. Sig. di : Tractatus 
breuis lacobi de reno decani grauien et canonici ecclesie 
sanctoru apostolol/ Colonien in laudem musice artis et 
de eius vtilatatibus, got^ic letter, 24 lines to a page, 
printer's device at the end of each tract, cf. gt. (from 
the Huth collection, £21 los. in 1912), Antwerp, G. Leeu, 
1491, i2mo. (145), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £26 los. 
[First ed. Hain 6144, Proctor 9398. Collation : ab8, 
c6, de8 = 38 leaves.] 

Dibdin (T. F.) ^des Althorpiana, with Supplement to the 
Bibliotheca Spenceriana, ports, and other illustrations, 
2 vol., russ. gt. (rebacked), uncut, t.e.g. (spotted), auto- 
graph letter from Dr. Dibdin inserted, 1822, imp. 8vo. 
(731), Oct. 23, Sotheby Burrell, £2 

Dibdin (T. F.) [Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque 
Tour.] Proofs of the whole of the plates in Dibdin's Anti- 
quarian and Picturesque Tour, including those published 
in the text, no other copy, title, as above, port, of Dibdin 
as front, and 156 plates, mostly on India paper, com- 
prising ports., views, buildings, interiors, facs., etc., 
inlaid, mor. ex., 1821, foHo (212), June 10, Sotheby 

G. D. Smith, £1^ 

Dibdin (T. F.) Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque 
Tour in the Northern Counties of England and in Scot- 
land, plates after T. M. Richardson, etc. (spotted), 2 vol., 

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mor. gt., g.e., name on title, 1838,107. 8vo. (733), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby G. H. Brown, £2 5s. 

Dibdin (T. F.) Bibliographical Decameron, engravings, some 

on India paper (a few pages spotted), 3 vol., russ. gt., 

m.e., 1817, 8vo. (729), Oct. 23, Sotheby Heffer, £^ los. 

[;^7, mor., g.e., by Murton, Dec. 4, Sotheby, Lot 1285 ; 

£S 5s., mor. ex., Feb. 20, Sotheby, Lot 351.] 

Dibdin (T. F.) Bibliographical Decameron, extensively extra 
illustrated by Sir Francis Freeling (i 764-1836), 3 vol. 
extended to 10, with 2 vol. of Supplement, in all 12 vol., 
richly bound in mor. ex., by C. Lewis, 1817, 8vo. (211), 
June 10, Sotheby Bumpus, £2.20 

[A lengthy description of the contents of these volumes 
is given in the catalogue.] 

Dibdin (T. F.) Bibliomania, or Book Madness, large paper 
(18 copies so printed), port and woodcut engravings, 2 
vol., contemp. mor. gt., " au pointille " scrolls, uncut, by 
George Mullen, of Dublin, with his ticket, 181 1, imp. 8vo. 
(210), June 10, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £6 los. 

Dibdin (T. F.) Bibliomania ; or Book-Madness, with Supple- 
ment, etc., front, and illustrations, cf. antique, t.e.g., 
1842, roy. 8vo. (558), Dec. 17, Sotheby Ryland, £2 

Dibdin (T. F.) Bibliotheca Spenceriana, facs. and initials, 
4 vol., hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g. (spotted), 1814-15, imp. 8vo. 
(728), Oct. 23, Sotheby Heffer, £^ los. 

Dibdin (T. F.) Bibliotheca Spencerciana, 4 vol. — yEdes Al- 
thorpianae Catalogue, 2 vol. — Cassano Catalogue and 
Supplement, together 7 vol., russ. gt. (Marquis d' Adda's 
copy), 1814-23, 8vo. (231), March 18, Christie Ellis, ^15 

Dibdin (T. F.) Typographical Antiquities, mezzo, ports., 
woodcuts and facs. (spotted), 4 vol., cf., 1810-19, 4to. 
(908), Oct. 23, Sotheby Heffer, £^ 4s. 

Dickens (C.) All the Year Round, complete set of the 9 
Christmas numbers, with separate pagination, in i vol., 
orig. cl., 1859-67, 8vo. (139), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Sawyer, £1 2S. 

Dickens (C.) American Notes for General circulation, first 
ed., 2 vol., hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, 1842, 
8vo. (564), Dec. 17, Sotheby Shepherd, £1 6s. 

Dickens (C.) [American Notes.] English Notes, intended for 
very Extensive Circulation, by " Quarles Quickens, Esq.," 
brown paper wrappers, pp. 16, Boston, published at the 
Daily Mail Office, 1842, sm. folio (190), Dec. 3, American 
Art Association $45 

[This American publication is a skit on Dickens' 
" American Notes for General Circulation."] 

Dickens (C.) American Notes, first ed., 2 vol., hf. mor. (pre- 
sentation copy), 1842 (2485), April 22, Christie, presented 
by Mr. Charles P. Johnson ;^98 

[" Frederick Salmon Esquire from his friend Charles 
Dickens twenty-second October 1842."] 

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Dickens (C.) Bleak House, first ed., plates by H, K. Browne, 
orig. cl., 1853, 8vo. (3149), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Edwards, £1 i6s. 
[;^3 los., orig. cl., Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 302.] 

Dickens (C.) Christmas Books. A Christmas Carol, green 
end papers and " Stave I.," 1843 — The Chimes, 1845 — 
The Cricket on the Hearth, 1846 — The Battle of Life, 
1846 — The Haunted Man. 1848, together 5 vol., first 
issues (except " The Battle of Life "), col. plates and 
woodcuts by J. Leech and others, orig. cl., in case, 8vo. 
(3136), Feb. 25, Sotheby Maggs, £2j 

Dickens (C.) Christmas Carol, first issue of the first ed., col. 
illustrations by John Leech, title printed in red and blue 
and with " Stave I.," orig. brown cl., g.e., 1843, 8vo. (297), 
Aug. 7, Sotheby Sawyer, £^ 

Dickens (C.) David Copperfield, first ed., the original 20 
parts in 19, illustrations by H. K. Browne, wrappers, a 
few mended, 1850, 8vo. (3146), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Spencer, £S 
[£5 3s., wrappers, Jan. 23, Puttick, Lot 470.] 

Dickens (C.) David Copperfield, Library ed., plates by 
" Phiz," 2 vol., red cl., autograph of Charles Dickens on 
engraved title, 1865 (2477), April 22, Christie, presented 
by Sir Charles W. Mathews, Bart. ;^23 

Dickens (C.) David Copperfield : a Reading in Five Chapters, 
mor. ex., unuct, g.t.. Privately printed, n.d., 8vo. (3148), 
Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, £g los. 

Dickens (C.) Dombey & Son, complete in the orig. 20 nos. 
(in 19), wrappers (three wrappers missing), 1846-8, 8vo. 
(831), Oct. 24, Hodgson Crawshaw, £^ 2s. 6d. 

Dickens (C.) Dombey and Son, first ed., illustrations by H. 
K. Browne, cf. gt., uncut, t.e.g., by Tout, wrapper bound 
in, 1848, 8vo. (565), Dec. 17, Sotheby France, £^ los. 

Dickens (C.) Gad's Hill Gazette, nine numbers and two 
supplements of this magazine, dated July 22 and 29, 
Aug. 26, with supplement, undated, and Dec. 30, 1865 ; 
Jan. 6, 13, 20, 27 (with supplement), Feb. 3, 1866, with an 
A.L.S., two L.s. and an A.L. by the editor, H. F. Dickens, 
the novelist's sixth son, to Capt. Cavemlish Boyle, re- 
lating to the magazine, 8vo. (562), June 3. Sotheby 

Sotheran, £210 
[This was' a private magazine dealing with Gad's Hill 
and the Dickens family. All the numbers, except that 
for Jan. 6 and the supplement for Jan. 27, 1866, were 
printed at the little press presented to the family by W. 
H. Wills. The numbers from Dec. 30, 1865, onwards, 
including the supplement to Jan. 27, 1866, have Dickens' 
crest at the top of the first page. The number for Aug. 
26, 1865 torn (text not injured).] 

Dickens (C.) Great Expectations, first ed., 3 vol., old cf., 
name on, titles, 1861, 8vo. (119), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Spencer, £■>, los. 

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Dickens (C.) [Great Expectations.] Twenty-one Etchings to 
Great Expectations, by F. W. Pailthorpe, one of 50 sets 
col., 1885, roy. 8vo (3165), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

G. W. Davis, £2 2s. 

Dickens (C.) Hunted Down, first ed., orig. green wrappers 

(pub. at 6d.), J. C. Hotten, n.d. (1870), 8vo. (693), Nov. 5, 

Sotheby Hansen, £1 

Dickens (C.) Little Dorrit, plates by H. K. Browne, in the 

20 (in 19) orig. parts, wrappers, 1855-57, 8vo. (3152), 

Feb. 25, Sotheby Shepherd, £2 los. 

[£2 i2s. 6d., wrappers, Jan. 23, Puttick, Lot 471.] 

Dickens (C.) Little Dorrit, first ed., illustrations by H. K. 

Browne, mor. gt., t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, 1857, 8vo. (567), 

Dec. 17, Sotheby France, £1 5s. 

Dickens (C.) Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman, first ed. and 

apparently the first issue, 11 etchings by Cruikshank, 

orig. cl., 8 pp. of advts. at end, Charles Tilt, 1839, 8vo. 

(621), Dec. 4, Sotheby Edwards, £5 los. 

Dickens (C.) Martin Chuzzlewit, first ed., 20 parts in 19, 

illustrations by " Phiz " (with the loo;^ on vignette title), 

(several wrappers missing and that of No. 7 defective, 

name on wrappers), 1843-44, 8vo. (561), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Spencer, £5 
Dickens (C.) Martin Chuzzlewit, the orig. 20 parts in 19, 
illustrations by " Phiz," wrappers, in case, 1843-44, 8vo. 
(3135), Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, £10 los. 

Dickens (C.) Master Humphrey's Clock, first ed., illustrations 
by G. Cattermole and H. K. Browne, 3 vol., mor. gt., 
t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, cl. covers bound in, 1 840-1, imp. 
8vo. (563), Dec. 17, Sotheby Maggs, £^ 12s. 

Dickens (C.) Master Humphrey's Clock, parts 11-20 (belong- 
ing to the 20 monthly parts set, containing Barnaby 
Rudge), illustrations by G. Cattermole and H. K. Browne 
(several wrappers torn and lower wrapper to part 12 
wanting, name on wrappers), 1841, 8vo. (562), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Spencer, £2 

Dickens (C.) Memoirs of Grimaldi, ed. by " Boz," first ed., 
port, and illustrations by G. Cruikshank, 2 vol., orig. 
pink cl., uncut, 1838, 8vo. (1320), Dec. 4, Sotheby 

Edivards, £5 los. 
Dickens (C.) Memorandum Book, containing 28 pp. of holo- 
graph notes, consisting of outline sketches of characters, 
scenes, suggestions for plots, commencements of books 
and general ideas for use when writing, the first page dated 
January, 1855, in Dickens's autograph, cl., with inscrip- 
tion " To Mr, and Mrs. Comyns Carr, with the affectionate 
love of Kate Perugini, 1892," on fly-leaf, 8vo. (2013), 
April 22, Christie, presented by Mrs. Comyns Carr ;^325 

Dickens (C.) Minute Book of the Meetings held by " The 
Guild of Literature and Art " from 12th June, 1854 to 
25th April, 1898, during the earlier part of which period 
Charles Dickens was Chairman on 26 occasions, the Minutes 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dig 

on each of these occasions being signed by him in full ; 
also the Chairman's Addenda from July 17, 1854 to Dec. 
7, 1896, comprising the Agenda, with comments or notes 
in Dickens's handwriting, on 25 pp., signed by Dickens in 
8 places, 2 vol., folio, roan, together with the Secretary's 
Minute Book from July 17, 1854 to June 4th, 1867, mostly 
in the handwriting of W. H. Wills, or in that of the Clerk 
of the Guild, hf. roan, together 3 vol. (43), March 13 
Hodgson £8$ 

Dickens (C.) Mystery of Edwin Drood, first ed., port, and 
illustrations by S. L. Fildes, mor. gt., t.e.g., 1870, 8vo. 
(570), Dec. 17, Sotheby Edwards, £1 6s. 

Dickens (C.) [Mystery of Edwin Drood.] John Jasper's Secret, 
by Wilkie CoUins, H. Morford and others, first ed., 20 
illustrations, hf. cf., 1872, 8vo. (571), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Shepherd, £1 is. 

Dickens (C.) Nicholas Nickleby, first ed., port, and plates by 
" Phiz," 40 extra plates by Onwhyn inserted, hf. sheep, 

1839, 8vo. (3131), Feb. 25, Sotheby T. W. Davis, £j 5s. 
[£i 15s., mor. gt., t.e.g., Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 562.] 

Dickens (C). [Nicholas Nickleby.] Scenes from the Life of 
Nickleby Married (by E. Lloyd ?), plates, cf. gt., g.e., 

1840, 8vo. (3163), Feb. 25, Sotheby G. W. Davis, £5 los. 
Dickens (C.) Nickelas Nickelbery, containing the Adventures, 

etc. of the Family of Nickelbery, by " Bos " (E. Lloyd), 
woodcuts, orig. wrapper inserted, cf. gt., t.e.g., n.d., 8vo. 
(3162), Feb. 25, Sotheby G. W. Davis, £5 5s. 

Dickens (C.) [Oliver Twiss.] Life and Adventures of Oliver 
Twiss, the Workhouse Boy (by E. Lloyd), illustrations, 
cf. gt., g.e., by Larkins, 1839, 8vo. (3161), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

G. W. Davis, £4. 5s. 

Dickens (C.) Oliver Twist, first ed., first issue (by " Boz "), 
illustrations by G. Cruikshank, including the " Fireside " 
plate, 3 vol., mor. gt., t.e.g., fine copy, Bentley, 1838, 8vo. 
(561), Dec. 17, Sotheby Spencer, £6 los. 

Dickens (C.) Oliver Twist, first ed., second issue, with adver- 
tisements, 24 plates by G. Cruikshank, 3 vol. (one leaf torn 
across), orig. cl., 1838, 8vo. (218), July 29, Sotheby 

Spencer, £5 

Dickens (C.) Oliver Twist, first 8vo. ed., plates by CruiK- 
shank (re-etched), in the orig. 10 parts, with the wrap- 
pers (2480), April 22, Christie, presented by Mrs. Wood 

Dickens (C.) Our Mutual Friend, in the orig. 20 parts in 19 , 
illustrations by Marcus Stone, wrappers (repaired), in case, 
1864-5, 8vo. (3155), Feb. 25, Sotheby Richeton, £2 15s. 
[19s., orig. cl., 2 vol., 1865, same sale. Lot 3157.] 

Dickens (C.) Pickwick Papers, illustrated by Seymour, 
Buss and " Phiz," in the orig. 20 parts (in 19), with all 
the covers, the Buss plates, addresses in Parts ii. (an- 
nouncing the death of Mr. Seymour), x., xv., in case, 
1836-7, 8vo. (174), Nov. 26, Christie Maggs, £74 

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Die] Book-Prices Current. 

Dickens (C.) Pickwick Papers, in the orig. 20 parts in 19, 
illustrations by Seymour, " Buss " and " Phiz," in parts 
as published, in case, 1836-7, 8vo, (560), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Spencer, £'^1 
[This copy had the first issue of all the plates except 
those in part i, which are the " Phiz," not the Seymour 
plates, and the vignette on the title, which has " W," 
not " V," for Weller. Parts i.-viii. had no advertisements 
or addresses, and the advertisements in Parts ix.-xix.-xx, 
were not in every case complete. The wrappers were the 
second issue, and those of Nos. 15, 16, 19-20 had the date 

1837-] 

Dickens (C.) Pickwick Papers, in the orig. 20 parts m 19, 
plates by Seymour and " Phiz," wrappers, 1837, ^^o. 
(3 121), Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, £1^ los, 

[£2.0, wrappers, same sale. Lot 3123 ; ;^i3 los., some 
wrappers repaired, same sale. Lot 3122 ; £ij\ 15s., wrap- 
pers, extra matter inserted, same sale, Lot 3124.] 

Dickens (C.) Pickwick Papers, with the 2 Buss plates, 2 vol., 
hf. roan, bound from the parts, 1836-37, 8vo. (58), March 
25, Sotheby Thorp, £^ 7s. 6d. 

Dickens (C.) Pickwick Papers, first ed., illustrations by Sey- 
mour and " Phiz," including the " Buss " plates, cf. gt., 
g.e., by Riviere, 1837, ^^^- (5^°)' ^^^- 17, Sotheby 

France, £2 15s. 
[;^i los., hf. cf. gt., with the " Buss " plates, Feb. 25, 
Sotheby, Lot 3125.] 

Dickens (C.) Pickwick Papers, first ed., 43 illustrations by R. 
Seymour and " Phiz," presentation copy, with author's 
autograph inscription, " Frederick Salmon, Esquire, From 
Charles Dickens, Twenty-fifth October, 1841," and at- 
tached an A.L.S., 2 pp., also addressed to Frederick Sal- 
mon, Esquire, same date (some leaves at the end stained), 
mor. gt., 1837, 8vo. (291), Aug. 7, Sotheby Sabin, ;^88 

Dickens (C.) Pickwick Papers, first ed., illustrations by Sey- 
mour and " Phiz," with MS. inscription on title, " Dr. 
Elliotson, with the author's best regards," mor. gt., g.e., 
1837, 8vo. (559), Aug. 7, Sotheby F. Sabin, £2^ 

Dickens (C.) [Pickwick Papers.] Pickwickian Illustrations, 
20 plates by Heath, 1837 — Illustrations to the Pickwick 
Club, ed. by " Boz," 8 parts complete, 1837 — Pictures 
picked from the Pickwick Papers, by Alfred Crowquill, 
40 plates, and another set, col., 1837 — The Beauties of 
Pickwick, 1838, orig. wrappers bound up in i vol., mor. 
ex., g.t., 8vo. (3128), Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, £\<^ 

Dickens (C.) Pickwick Papers, Victoria ed., with duplicate 
set of all the illustrations and the two extra Buss plates, 
India proofs (500 printed), 2 vol., mor., uncut, t.e.g., 
1887, 8vo. (768), May 14, Sotheby Heffer, ^3 

Dickens (C.) [Pickwick Papers.] Post-Humourous Notes of 
the Pickwickian Club, edited by " Boss " (E. Lloyd), 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dic 

woodcuts, titles mounted, 2 vol., cf. gt., uncut, by J. 
Larkins, n.d., 8vo. (3164), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

G. W. Davis, £6 5s. 

Dickens (C.) Poor Traveller, Boots at the Holly-Tree Inn, 
and Mrs. Gamp, first ed., mor. gt., t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, 
orig. green wrapper bound in, 1858, 8vo. (568), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Shepherd, lis. 

Dickens (C.) Sketches by " Boz," First Series, first ed., illus 
trations by G. Cruikshank, 2 vol. in i, hf. mor., 183O, 
8vo. (679), Nov. 5, Sotheby Crawshaw, £1;^ los. 

Dickens (C.) Sketches by " Boz," first series, first ed., illus- 
trations by G. Cruikshank, 2 vol., hf. mor. gt., g.e., by 
Tout, 1836, 8vo. (559), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Shepherd, £$ 5s. 

Dickens (C.) Sketches by " Boz," first ed., both series, plates 

by G. Cruikshank, 3 vol., orig. cl., 1836-7, 8vo. (31 18), 

Feb. 25, Sotheby G. W. Davis, ;^43 

[£g 15s., both series, 3 vol., mor. gt., t.e.g., first issues, 

but one plate missing, Feb. 20, Sotheby, Lot 98.] 

Dickens (C.) Sketches by " Boz," first 8vo. ed., 40 plates by 
G. Cruikshank, 1839, 8vo. (3120), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Spencer, £^ 15s. 

Dickens (C.) Sketches by Boz, first 8vo. ed., 40 plates by G. 

Cruikshank, hf. mor. (presentation copy), 1839 (2470), 

April 22, Christie, presented by Mr. C. E. Stewart ;^53 

[" Augustus N. Dickens a wedding gift from his brother 

the author."] 

Dickens (C.) Strange Gentleman, a Comic Burletta, in two 
acts, by " Boz," first ed., orig. paper cover, uncut (front, 
by " Phiz " missing, as usual). Chapman & Hall, 1837, 
8vo. (767), May 14, Sotheby Parr, £^ 

[/141, orig. wrappers, with the front, by " Phiz," 
March 21, 1904, Sotheby, Lot 69.] 

Dickens (C.) Sunday under Three Heads, orig. ed., illustra- 
tions by H. K. Browne, orig. wrappers, 1836, with a copy 
of Jarvis's reprint, 1884, together 2 vol., 8vo. (31 17), Feb. 
25, Sotheby ^ F. Sahin, £iy 

Dickens (C.) Tale of Two Cities, in the orig. 8 parts in 7, 
illustrations by H. K. Browne, orig. blue wrappers, in 
case, 1859, 8vo. (3154), Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, £26 

Dickens (C.) Tale of Two Cities, first ed., front, only by H. K. 
Browne, hf. mor., g.e., presentation copy from the author 
to John EUiston, with the autograph inscription, 1859, 
8vo. (619), Dec. 4, Sotheby Spencer, £60 

Dickens (C.) Tale of Two Cities, first ed., engraved title and 
plates by H. K. Browne, sheep, 1859, 8vo. (118), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Sotheran, £2 5s. 

[;^3 los., orig. cl., March 19, Puttick, Lot 397.] 

Dickens (C.) Uncommercial Traveller, first ed., orig. cl., 
uncut, 1861, 8vo. (658), Dec. 4, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 

Dickens (C.) "^Uncommercial Traveller, first ed., mor., t.e.g., 
by Zaehnsdorf, 1861, 8vo. (569), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

(209) Atkinson, £2 



Die] Book-Prices Current. 

Dickens (C.) Works, illustrated Library ed., reproductions 
of all the orig. illustrations by H. K. Browne, G. Catter- 
mole, G. Cruikshank, etc., 30 vol., orig. cl., 1874-6, 8vo. 
(589), Oct. 23, Sotheby Bumpus, ;^io 15s. 

Dickens (C.) Works, ed. de luxe, illustrations on India paper, 
30 vol., hf. mor. gt., cl. sides, t.e.g. (the sides of the bind- 
ings of some vols, injured by water and in most cases the 
colour of the silk markers has run on to the text) , Chap- 
man & Hall, 1881-2, imp. 8vo. (581), Nov. 28, Hodgson 

Crawshaw, /13 

[;^io los., hf. cf., Dec. 4, Sotheby, Lot 617; £8 los., 

linen bds., as issued, with Plays and Poems, Speeches and 

Bibliography, together 33 vol., Nov. 5, Sotheby, Lot 690.] 

Dickens (C.) Works, ed. de luxe, illustrations on Japanese 
veil, paper, 45 vol., cl., paper labels, uncut, Boston, Estes 
and Lauriat, 1890, 8vo. (299), March 5, American Art 
Association $30 

Dickens (C.) Works, Library ed., illustrations, 30 vol., hf. 
mor., m.e.. Chapman & Hall, n.d., 8vo. (116), July 22, 
Sotheby Edwards, £1^ 15s. 

Dictionary of National Biography, orig. ed., 63 vol.. First 
Supplement, 3 vol.. Index and Epitome and Errata „ 
together 68 vol., orig. cl., 1885-1904, 8vo. (759), Oct. 24,. 
Hodgson ;^2i 5s. 

[/22, hf. mor., m.e., with the Supplements, Errata and 
Index and Epitome, together 71 vol., Oct. 23, Sotheby, 
Lot 122.] 

Dictys Cretensis. De Historia belH Troiani et Dares Phrygius 
de eadem historia Troiano, roman letter, 79 ff., woodcut 
initials (some leaves stained, small hole in 2 leaves (ki, 
ij), a few MS. marginal notes), veil. gt. [Hain *6i57. 
Proctor 6939], Messanae, Guil. Schonberger, 1498, 4to. 
(679), Jan. 22, Sotheby Barnard, £j los. 

Dietrich (C. G. E.) (Euvre, 59 plates, including title, contemp. 
French cf. gt., g.e., Dresde, chez la Veuve Dietrich, 1742-63, 
folio (592), April 29, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^io los. 

Dietterlein (Wendel.) Architectura von den fiinf Saulen und 
aller darauss folgender Kiinstarbeit von Fenstern, first 
collected ed., over 200 plates of windows, doors, etc., old 
veil., Gedriiokt zu Nilrnberg., In verlegung. Bait. Caymocx, 
1598, folio (146), Dec. 10, Christie Edwards, £8 

Digby (Sir K.) The Closet Opened, port, by Cross, cf. gt., 
g.e., 1669, i2mo. (625), Dec. 12, Hodgson £2 iis. 

Dillon (Viscount). An Almain Arm.ourer's Album, with In- 
troduction and Notes, 31 col. plates, reproduced by W. 
Griggs, hf. veil., t.e.g., 1905, imp. folio (1058), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby G. H. Brown, £2 i8s. 

D'Imray (Comte le G.) Bibliographic des Ouvrages Relatifs a 
I'Amour, 3^ ed., grand papier (100 copies so issued), 6 vol., 
cf. ex., uncut, t.e.g., Turin et Lond., 1871-73, sm. 4to. 
(866), May 14, Sotheby Heffer, £6 los. 

Diodorus Siculus. Historiarum priscarum lib. VI. e graeco in 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dio 

latin um traducti per F. Poggium, roman letter, MS. 
marginal notes (some leaves wormed), orig. oak bds. and 
veil., bound in at end are 6 leaves with the title-heading, 
" Cornellii Taciti . . . de situ moribus et populis Germaniif 
libellus aureus " [Hain-Copinger 6188, Proctor 6516], 
Bononiae impressum, 1472 [Bologna, Baldassare Azzoguidi], 
folio (213), June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £1^ 

Diodorus Siculus. Historiarum libri aliquot, graced, opera et 
studio Vincentii Obsopoei in lucem editis (title and last 
leaf torn), contemp. wooden bds. and cf., with the Ware 
arms, Basileae, 1539, folio (85), June 3, Sotheby Ellis, £j 

Diogenes Laertius. Vitae et Sententiae Philosophorum, lit. 
rom., 140 leaves, without marks (spaces left for Greek 
quotations) [Hain 6196, Proctor 7364], first page decorated 
with scroll ornament, a large initial and an emblazoned 
coat-of-arms, painted initials, old oak bds. and stamped 
leather, metal bosses, Absque ulla nota, " Finis Philo- 
sophorum Vita" \? Romae, unknown printer, c. 1475], sm. 
folio (3048), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £1^ 

Diogenes Laertius. [Vitae et Sententiae Philosophorum.] 
Incomincia el hbro de la vita de philosophi e delle loro 
elegantissime sententie extracto da D, Lahertio, roman 
letter, 26 lines to a page, 72 leaves, including the first, a 
blank [Hain *62o6. Proctor 4603], Italian veil., Impressum 

Venetiis per Bernardinum Celerium de Luere, 1480, 

sm. 4 to. (234), March 18, Christie Maggs, £6 los. 

Diomedes. " In Hoc Volumine continentur Diomedes . . . 
Phocas . . . Caper . . . Agraetius . . . Donatus . . . Servius 
et Sergius (De Arte Grammatica, etc.), ed. princeps, lit. 
rom., 170 leaves, with signs. [Hain 6214, Proctor 41 18], 
old English (xviiith cent.) mor. gt., g.e. (Pembroke copy, 
;^24 in 1914), Nicolaus Jenson Gallicus [s. a. et I., Venetiis, 
c. 1476], sm. folio (1080), July 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £2(i 

Dion Cassius. Historiarum Romanarum libri XXIII. ^ 
XXXVI. ad LVIII. usque ; Graecd (cum castigationibus 
R. Stephani), ed. princeps, large copy, Lutetiae, ex off. R. 
Stephani, 1548, sm. folio (14), April 8, Sotheby 

Leonardon, £5 los. 
[XVI. century French mor., gt. ornaments in the 
Lyonnese style, g.e.] 

Dion Cassius. Historiarum Romanarum libri XLVI., Gr. et 
Lat., Studio Jo. Leunclavii, Hanoviae, typis Wechelianis, 
1606, thick foUo (48), April 8, Sotheby Parsons, £g los. 
[XVII. century French mor. J. A. de Thou's copy, 
with his arms and his second wife's, Gasparde de la 
Chastre, on sides and monogram on back, g.e. In good 
condition.] 

Dionysius Alexandrinus. De Situ Orbis, lit. rom., 42 leaves, 
the last blank [Hain *6226, Proctor 4370], title within 
woodcut border, floral initials bds., veil, back, some leaves 
stained (Wodhull), [colophon] Impressum . . Venetiis per 
Bernards pictore & Erhardii ratdolt de Augusta, una cu 

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Dio] Book-Prices Current. 

Petro loslein de Langencen eoii correctore ac socio m.cccc. 
Lxxvii., sm. 4to. (3052), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £1^ 

Dionysius Alexandrinus. De Situ Orbis, Ant. Beccharia 
interprete, lit. rom., 36 leaves [Hain *6227, Proctor 
4173], rubricated, woodcut initials painted, bds., [colo- 
phon] Impressum est hoc opusculu Venetiis per Franciscum 
renner de Hailbrun, m.cccc.lxxviii., .sm. 4to. (3053), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 15s. 

Dionysius Alexandrinus. De Situ Orbis, Greek and italic 
letter (top margin repaired), mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd, 
BasilecB apud Val. Curionem [Schaffner], 1522, i2mo. 
(147), Dec. 10, Christie Sotheran, £^ 

Dionysius Alexandrinus. De Situ Orbis, cum Comment. 
Eustathii, annotationibus Jo. Olivarii, etc., Gr. et Lat., 
old English cf., arms of Queen Elizabeth and those of 
Cambridge City stamped in gold (repaired), Lutet., H. 
Stephanus, 1577, sm. folio (1081), July 22, Sotheby 

Maggs, £\2 I OS. 

Discours Facetieux et trds Recreatif pour oter des Esprits d'un 
chacun tout ennuy et inquietudes, ed. originale, mor. gt., 
g.e., by F. Bedford, Paris, Millot, 1609, 8vo. (577), Dec. 
17, Sotheby Edwards, £1 

Diurnal du Breviaire Romain, ruled in red, Paris, P. G. Le 
Mercier, 1750, cr. 8vo. (106), April 8, Sotheby 

Maggs, £\^ I OS. 
[XVIII. century French mor. gt., double, g.e. [Derome]. 
In good condition. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Divell in Kent (The), or His Strange Delusions at Sandwitch 
(4 leaves), hf. mor.. Printed in the Yeer MDCXLVII., sm. 
4to. (6580), July I, Sotheby Bailev, £4 

Dives and Pauper (by Henry Parker ?), first ed., black letter, 
double columns, with signs, (imperfect, containing 163. 
leaves only out of 244), several leaves supplied in MS.^ 
not subject to return, old cf. (rebacked) [R. Pynson,. 
1493], sm. folio (3055), Nov. 22, Sotheby Dobell, £2^. 

Dives and Pauper, first ed., black letter, double columns, wood- 
cut initials (first leaf of table (a ij , a j a blank wanting) 
cleaned, a few plain corners mended, wanted last blank 
leaf), with rough edges, old russ. (rebacked), Fynisshed the 
V. day of July, the yere of Oure lord god M.cccc.lxxxxiii., 
Emprentyd by me Richarde Pynson at the temple barre of 
London (1493), thick sm. folio (1150), July 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ;^35 

[There is no title-page ; the text begins on the 13th 

leaf after the table. From the libraries of Sir Francis 

Freeling and Wm. Morris, with the latter's Kelmscott 

House label.] 

Dixon (W. Hepworth). [Works.] The London Prisons, 1850 — 
Story of Lord Bacon's Life, 1862 — The Holy Land, 2 vol., 
1866 — Spiritual Wives, 2 vol., 1868 — New America, 2 vol.,. 
1867 — Free Russia, 2 vol., 1870 — Her Majesty's Tower, 
4 vol., 1870 — History of William Penn, 1872 — The Swit- 
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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dod 

zers, 1872 — History of Two Queens, 4 vol., 1873 — White 
Conquest, 2 vol., 1876 — Royal Windsor, 4 vol., 1879 — 
British Cyprus, 1879, together 27 vol., ports, and illustra- 
tions, uniform hf. cf. gt., t.e.g., 1850-79, 8vo. (71O), Nov. 
5. Sotheby Maggs. £s 

Doctrine des princes et des servans en court, title in 2 lines, 
with grotesque initial L, full-page woodcut on reverse 
(4 leaves, without marks), mor. ex., g.e.. Absque ulla nota 
[c. 1500], sm. 4to. (240), March 18, Christie Ellis, £i\o 

Doctrine et instruction q baillent z monstrent les bos peres a 
leurs enfans, lettres batardes, full-page cut at end (8 
leaves), mor., by Bauzonnet (from the Yemeniz, Didot 
and Hoe collections), Imprime a Lyon, 1523, i2mo. (241), 
March 18, Christie Quaritch, ;^2i 

[Dodgson (C. L,)l Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, first 
published ed., 42 illustrations by Tenniel (name on hf.- 
title, small stain on first 6 leaves and binding worn), orig. 
cl., g.e., 1866 (126), July 26, 1917, Hodgson Spencer, £;^i 

[Dodgson (C. L.)] Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, first 
published ed., 42 illustrations by John Tenniel, mor., g.e., 
by Zaehnsdorf, orig. cl. cover and back bound in, 1866, 
Svo. (778), May 14, Sotheby Shepherd, £^(> 

[Dodgson (C. L.)] Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, first 
published ed., illustrations by Tenniel, orig. cl., sign. Bi 
repaired (soiled), 1866, Svo. (121), Jan. 23, Puttick 

Edwards, £15 los. 
[/14 los., orig. cl., Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 581.] 

[Dodgson (C. L.)] Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, with 
Proem by Austin Dobson, illustrations by Rackham, 
mor., g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, n.d., 8vo. (582), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Sargent, £1 14s. 

[Dodgson (C. L.)] Alice's Adventures Underground, first 
ed., 37 illustrations by the author, orig. red cl., g.e., 1886, 
8vo. (587), Dec. 17, Sotheby France, £1 is. 

[Dodgson (C. L.)] Hunting of the Snark, first ed., 9 illustra- 
tions by H. Holhday, mor., g.e., orig. cl. covers and back 
bound in, 1876, 8vo. (777), May^i4, Sotheby 

Kingdon, £2 8s. 

[Dodgson (C. L.)] Phantasmagoria and other Poems, first 

ed., mor. gt., g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, 1869, 8vo. (583), Dec. 

17, Sotheby Shepherd, £1 i8s. 

[£2 2s., same state and binder, May 14, Sotheby, Lot 

779-] 

Dodgson (C. L.) Rhyme ? and Reason ? first ed., illustra- 
tions by Frost and Holiday, orig. green cl. gt., g.e., Mac- 
millan, 1883, 8vo. (783), May 14, Sotheby 

W. Brown, £1 12s. 

[Dodgson (C. L.)] Rhyme ? and Reason ? illustrations by 
Frost and Holiday, red cl. gt., g.e., 1890, 8vo. (589), Dec. 
17, Sotheby Macrae, 17s. 

Dodgson (C. .L.) Syllabus of Plane Algebraical Geometry, 
Part i., orig. cl., presentation copy " from the Author," 

(213) 



dod] Book-Prices Current. 

Oxford, i860 — Elementary Treatise on Determinants, 
first ed., presentation copy, Macmillan, 1867, together 2 
vol., 8vo. (776), May 14, Sotheby W. Brown, £^ 

[Dodgson (C. L.)] Sylvie and Bruno, first ed., 46 illustrations 
by Harry Furniss, orig. red cl., g.e., 1889, 8vo. (588), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Macrae, £1 los. 

[Dodgson (C. L.)] Sylvie and Bruno Concluded, first ed., 46 
illustrations by Harry Furniss, orig. red cl., g.e., 1893, 
8vo. (590), Dec. 17, Sotheby Macrae, £1 

Dodgson (C. L.) Tangled Tale (A), first ed., illustrations by 
A. B. Frost, orig. cl. gt., g.e., 1885, 8vo. (784), May 14, 
Sotheby W. Brown, £1 6s. 

[Dodgson (C. L.)] Through the Looking-Glass, first ed., 50 
illustrations by J. Tenniel, presentation copy from the 
author, with autograph inscription, orig. cl. gt., g.e., 
1872, 8vo. (622), Dec. 4, Sotheby Myers, ;^ii 

(Dodgson (C. L.)] Through the Looking-Glass, first ed., 50 
illustrations by John Tenniel, hf. mor., 1872, 8vo. (584), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby France, £1 12s. 

Dodgson (C. L.) Through the Looking-Glass, first ed., 50 
illustrations by John Tenniel, mor., g.e., orig. cl. covers 
and back bound in, 1872, 8vo. (780), May 14, Sotheby 

Heffer, £4 5s. 

[Dodgson (C. L.)] Through the Looking-Glass, first ed., 50 

illustrations by J. Tenniel, orig. cl., g.e., 1872, 8vo. (545), 

Aug. 7, Sotheby Sawyer, £4 8s. 

[£2 i6s., hf. mor., Latin trans, of the Jabberwock by 

A. A. Verral, inserted, same sale. Lot 547.] 

Dodoens (R.) Frumentorum, Leguminum, Palustrium Et 
Aquatilium Herbarum, Ac Eorum, italic letter, 84 wood- 
cuts of plants, a-r8, 54=140 leaves, orig. veil., with ties, 
Antverpiae Ex off. Christ. Plantini, 1566, i2mo. (148), 
Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £5 15s. 

Dodsley (R.) CEconomy of Human Life, large paper, col. 
engraved vignettes, old mor. gt., g.e., 1795, 4to. (3200), 
Feb. 25, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £2 5s. 

Dodsley (R.) Select Collection of Old English Plays, ed. by 
W. C. Hazlitt, 15 vol., cf. gt., g.e., by Mansell, 1874-6, 
8vo. (721), Nov. 5, Sotheby Maggs, /lo 15s. 

[£j I OS., orig. cl., April 8, Sotheby, Lot 841.] 

Dod well (Ed.) Views in Greece, 30 col. aqautints, 2 vol. in i, 
old mor., g.e., text and plates hinged, Rodwell and Martin, 
1 82 1, folio (832), April 29, Sotheby Gregory, £6 los. 

[£4 15s., old cf. gt., plates cut round and mounted, 
same sale. Lot 593 ; £5 los., hf. mor., g.e., plates cut 
and mounted. May 14, Sotheby, Lot 920.] 

Dolby (L E. A.) Italy, Switzerland and Belgium, 40 col. 
lithographs on India paper, wrappers, 1836, folio (833), 
April 29, Sotheby Levine, £^ 17s. 6d. 

Dolce (Lodovico). Delle Stanze di Diversi illust. poeti raccote 
da M. Lod. Dolce, 2 vol. in i, mor. ex., semis of marguerites 
and foliage, by Clovis Eve, with the arms of Queen Mar- 

(214) 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [don 

guerite de Valois (illustration in catalogue), Vinegia, 
Gioloto, 1590, i2mo. (242), March 18, Christie 

Tregaskis, £6^ 

Dolce (Lodovico). Dialogo, prima edizione, 22 full-page 
woodcuts, including circular alphabet, old mor. gt., coat- 
of-arms on the sides, g.e., Jn Venetia appresso Gio. Batt. 
et M. Sessa, 1562, 8vo. (591), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

B. F. Stevens, ly 

Dolce (Lodovico). Didone, Tragedia, prima ed.. In Vinegia, 
in Casa de' Figliuoli di Aldo, 1547, sm. 8vo. (81), April 8, 
Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £g 

[XVIII. century French cf. gt., with arms of Mme. de 
Pompadour (one of the rare examples with the entrance 
to the Towers closed), r.e.] 

Domenichi (Lod.) Rime, first ed., mor. gt., g.e., by ChamboUe- 
Duru, In Vinegia appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 
1544, 8vo. (592), Dec. 17, Sotheby Quaritch, £1 12s. 

Dominicus de Sancto Geminiano. Lectura secunda super 
sexto Decretalium, lit. rom., 272 leaves, including two 
blanks, the blank at end wanting [Hain *754o. Proctor 
3432, Pellechet 4401], rubricated, painted initials, contemp. 
MS. notes, new mor., antique ornaments, rough edges, 
[colophon] . . Nulla calami exaratoe sz quadd artificiosa 
Karacterisandi ac imprimedi invetide . . ^ magistrH Adam 
Rot. clericu Meten. dioce Anno, etc. m.cccc.lxxi. die vero 
Liine ultima Septembris, large folio (3056), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^5 

Dominicus de Sancto Geminiano. Prima pars Lecturae super 
VI. Decretalium, Ut. flOt^., 324 leaves, with signs., aj a 
blank wanting [Hain *7539, Proctor 4247], [colophon] 
Impssa Venetiis per magistrum Jacobum de Rubeis Gal- 
licum . . anno 1476 quarto Idus Septembris — Ejusdem 
Auctoris super secunda parte VI. Decretalium, tit flOtll- 
(2 types), 225 leaves, with signs. [Hain *754i. Proctor 
4321], [colophon]_ Venetiis, Impressus impensis Jo. de 
Colonia et Jo. Mathen de Gherretzem '^'\TJ, in i vol., illu- 
minated miniature at the beginning of each vol., the 
margins of the first page of first vol. with emblazoned 
coat-of-arms, old German oak bds. and stamped leather, 
engraved clasps (back and covers renewed), 1476-77, 
large thick folio (3057), Nov. 22, Sotheby Ellis, £10 

[Donaldson (Jas.)] Undoubted Art of Thriving, wherein is 
shewed That a Million £. Sterling Money, or more if need 
be may be raised for Propagating the Trade of the Nation, 
etc. (stained, a fed headlines shaved), orig. sheep (broken), 
Edinb., John Reid, 1700, 8vo, (521), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Dobell, £2 2S. 

Donkin (Robert). Military Collections and Remarks, front, 
by J. Smither, orig. cf. and label. New York : Printed by 
H. Gaine, 1777, 8vo. (40), Nov. 19, American Art Associa- 
tion |6o 

Donne (J.) Letters to Severall Persons of Honour, first ed., 

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port, by Lombart, contemp. cf., 1651, 4to. (909), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Tregaskis, £6 

[£11, orig. sheep, April 29, Sotheby, Lot 104.] 

Donne (J.) Poems, by J. D., with Elegies on the Author's 
Death (by I zaak Walton and others), first ed., with the 2 
extra leaves inserted after the title, containing " The 
Printer to the Understanders " and " Hexastichon Biblio- 
polae," and all the orig. blanks (a few stains), orig. limp 
veil., with rough edges, in box. Printed by M. E. for John 
Harriot in St. Dunstan's Churchyard in Fleet-Street, 1633, 
sm. 4to. (1082), July 22, Sotheby Bailey, £^0 

Donne (J.) Poems by J. D., first ed. (wanting the blank leaf 
before title and at end), orig. veil., M. F. for J. Marriot, 
1633, 4to. (103), April 29, Sotheby Pickering, £16 

Donovan (Ed.) Epitome of the Natural History of the In- 
sects of China, col. plates, old cf., 1798, 4to. (106), April 
29, Sotheby Heffer, £'i 

Donovan (Ed.) Epitome of the Natural History of the Insects 
of India, col. plates, old hf. russ. (broken), 1800, 4to. (107), 
April 29, Sotheby Wheldon, £^ 

Doran (Dr.) Table Traits — Habits of Men — Queens of Eng- 
land — Knights and their Days — Monarchs retired from 
Business — History of Court Fools — New Pictures and Old 
Panels — Princes of Wales — Saints and Sinners, together 
12 vol., first eds., fronts., hf. cf., m.e., 1854-68, 8vo. (725), 
Nov. 5, Sotheby Sotheran, £^ 7s. 6d. 

Doran (Dr.) Their Majesties Servants : Annals of the English 
Stage, ed. by R. W. Lowe, ports, and engravings, large 
PAPER, with a duplicate set of the ports., 3 vol., orig. cl., 
J. C. Nimmo, 1888, 8vo. (2), Dec. 12, Hodgson £1 9s. 

Dorat (C. J.) Oiuvres Completes, port, and engravings after 
Eisen, 20 vol., hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g., 1770-92, 8vo. (595), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Parsons, £^ 

Dorat (Jean). Magnificentissimi Spectaculi, a Regina Regum 
matre in hortis suburbanis editi, in Henrici regis Poloniae 
inuictissimi nuper renunciati gratulationem descriptio, 3 
full-page woodcuts and numerous smaller ones of emblems 
(26 leaves), mor., g.e., by ChamboUe-Duru, Parisiis, ex off. 
Federici Morelli, 1573, sm. 4to. (246), March i8, Christie 

Quaritch, £i/[ los. 

Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club. Pro- 
ceedings, plates, first 34 vol., cl., as issued, Sherborne and 
Dorchester, 1877-1904 (424), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Edwards, £2 

Dougall (J.) Cabinet of the Arts, second ed., 130 plates, some 
col., 2 vol., uncut, R. Ackermann, 4to. (549), Dec. 19, 
Hodgson Spencer, £2. 

Dowell (S.) History of Taxation and Taxes in England, 4 
vol., hf. cf., m.e., 1884, 8vo. (127), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Atkinson, £^ 5s. 

Doyle (A. Conan). Adventures of the Dancing Men (Sherlock 
Holmes Series), orig. holograph MS., signed, 52 pp. 4to., 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dra 

veil., with title on front cover, " The Dancing Men. Sher- 
lock Holmes. A. Conan Doyle. Anno belli germanici IV.," 
in the author's hand (2037), April 22, Christie /lo los. 

Doyle (A. Conan). Adventures of the Norwood Builders 
(Sherlock Holmes Scries), orig. holograph MS., signed, 
50 pp. 4to., bound in veil., with title on front side, " Sher- 
locK Holmes, A. Conan Doyle. Anno Belli Germanici IV.," 
in the author's handwriting (203S), April 22, Christie, 
presented by the author ^12 

Doyle (A. Conan). The White Company, orig. holograph MS., 
531 pp. foolscap, cl. (2036), April 22, Christie, presented 
by the author £i(^ 

Doyle (J. E.) Official Baronage of England, 1,600 illustra- 
tions, 3 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g., 1885, 4to. (75), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Craig, £1 8s. 

Doyle (R.) An Old Fairy Tale : The Sleeping Beauty, first 
ed., illustrations, f. gt., t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, 1868, 4to. 
(601), Dec. 17, Sotheby France, £1 

Doyle (R.) The Fairy Ring, a New Collection of Popular 
Tales, trans, from the German of Jacob and Wilhelra 
Grimm, by J. E. Taylor, first ed., 12 illustrations by 
Richard Doyle, with 3 of the original drawings by Doyle 
for the vignette title and 2 other subjects, differing in text 
and title from the printed copies, orig. bds., uncut 
(cracked), in case, presentation copy from the author 
and publisher, signed by J. E. Taylor and John Murray, 
J. Murray, 1846, cr. 8vo," (1083), July 22, Sotheby Giles, £5 

Doyle (R.) World Upside Down, being a series of 22 humorous 
drawings in pen and ink by Richard Doyle, A.L.s. from 
the author and port, inserted, mor. [1850], sm. 4to. (229), 
Dec. 12, Hodgson W. Brown, £g los. 

D'Oyly (Sir C.) European in India, Preface and Descriptions 
by T. Williamson, with a brief History of India by F. W. 
Blagdon, 20 col. plates, bds., uncut (broken), 181 3, 4to. 
(3202), Feb. 25, Sotheby Edwards, £2 12s, 

D'Oyly (Sir C.) Tom Raw, the Griffin, first ed., 25 col. plates, 
mor. gt., t.e.g., by Riviere, R. Ackermann, 1828, 8vo. 
(3170), Feb. 25, Sotheby Hulton, £1^, los. 

\£& los., mor., t.e.g., March 19, Puttick, Lot 109.] 

Drayton (M.) Battaile of Agincourt, first ed., port, by Hole, 
mor., g.e., W. Lee, 1627, sm. folio (144), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Dohell, £S los. 

Drayton (M.) Poems, Newly Corrected and Augmented, with 
the 16 leaves of " Idea " at end, engraved title, veil, 
(some leaves stained), W. Stanshy for J. Smethwick, 1630, 
i2mo. (145), Dec. 6, Hodgson Myers, £-^ 

Drayton (M.) Polyolbion [Part i.], first ed., engraved title 
and port, of Prince Henry with a pike (before the name), 
by Wm. Hole, and 18 maps before the pagination, orig. 
veil., newly boarded. Printed for M. Lownes, I. Browne, 
J . Helme,-/. Bushie, n.d. (1613), sm. folio (3058), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Parsons, £d> los. 

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Drayton (M.) Polyolbion, first ed. of both parts together, 
front, and port, of Prince Henry with a pike, by Wm. 
Hole, and 30 maps (a few blank margins repaired), 2 vol. 
in I, mor. ex., g.e., by F. Bedford, H. L. for Mathew 
Lowndes, etc., 1613 — A. Mathewes for John Marriott, etc., 
1622, sm. folio (1084), July 22, Sotheby Heffer, £24 

Drayton (M.) Polyolbion, first complete ed. (but second issue 
of Part i.), title by W. Hole, with leaf of explanation, port, 
of Prince Henry by Hole (with inscription Henricus 
Princeps), 30 double-page folding maps, without printed 
title to either part (stain on one leaf) (11 Jin. by y^in.), cf., 
g.e. (rebacked), n.d. (1613-22), folio (502), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Pickering, £8 los. 
[£8, mor. gt., title to second part dated 1622, no printed 
title to first part, general title inserted in fac, same sale. 
Lot 503.] 

Drayton (M.) Polyolbion, both parts, engraved title and port, 
of Prince Henry with a pike, in two states, one before 
the name, and 32 maps, printed title from a smaller copy 
inserted (no title to Part ii.), orig. cf., large copy (Ash- 
burnham, ;^ii 5s. in 1897), Printed for John Marriott, 
John Grismand and Thomas Dene, 1622, folio (3060), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £16 los. 

Dress and Address, by the author of the Greeks, etc., dedicated 
to the Merveilleux of either sex, 6 col. plates (sm. 8vo.), 
each leaf and plate inlaid, extra illustrated by the addi- 
tion of 62 caricatures and fashion plates, mostly col., hf. 
mor., g.e., 1819, oblong folio (3225), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Hulton, ;^35 

Drummond (H.) Histories of Noble British Families, 72 
ports, col. like miniatures, emblazoned coats-of-arms, 
col. and other engravings of seals, monuments, etc., 2 
vol., mor. gt., gt. borders, g.e., by Riviere, W. Pickering, 
1846, imp. folio (1063), Oct. 23, Sotheby Sotheran, £2\ 
[;^i3 los., hf. russ., ports, col., June 17, Sotheby, Lot 
556.] 

Drummond (J.) Archaeologia Scotica : Sculptured Monu- 
ments in lona and the West Highlands, tinted plates, hf. 
bd., t.e.g., For the Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of 
Scotland, 1881, folio (181), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Stephenson, £1 los. 

Drury (D.) Illustrations of Natural History : Exotic Insects, 
col. plates, orig. cf. gt., 1770, 4to. (109), April 29, Sotheby 

Thompson, £2 12s. 

■[Dryden (J.)] Absalom and Achitophel, first ed., 1681 — 
The Second Part of Absalom and Achitophel [by J. 
Dryden and N. Tate], first ed., 1682, in i vol., new mor. 
gt., by Riviere, g.e., 1681-82, folio (718), April 8, Sotheby 

Heffer, £\2 los. 
[^5, unbd., same sale, Lot 713.] 

Dryden"^ (J.) Address to the Prince of Orange (margins 

wormed), 1689, and others, folio (715), April 8, Sotheby 

(218) Pickering, £\^ los. 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dry 

Dryden (J.) Albion and Albanius, an Opera, first ed., mor. 

gt., g.e., 1685, folio (708), April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £4 5s. 

Dryden (J.) Alexander's Feast, first ed., with hf. -title, new 

mor. gt., by Rividre, g.e., 1697, ^^li^ (7^7). April 8, Sotheby 

Heffer. ^36 
Dryden (J.) All for Love, or the World well Lost, a Tragedy, 
first ed. (stains on title), mor. ex., g.e., 1678, 4to. (684), 
April 8, Sotheby Dobell. £t^ 

Dryden (J.) Amboyna, a Tragedy, first ed., hf. mor., 1673^ 
4to. (635), April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £4 15s. 

|j^3, mor. ex., some leaves stained, same sale, Lot 631 ; 
£1 I2S., cf., one leaf imperfect, same sale, Lot 627.] 
Dryden (J.) Amphitryon, or the Two Sosia's, a Comedy, 
first ed. separate title to the Songs (a few headlines cut 
into and some pages foxed), cf. ex., port, of Dryden in- 
serted, J. Tonson, 1690, 4to. (652), April 8, Sotheby 

Dobell. £4 
[£i 6s., cf. ex., ed. of 1691, same sale. Lot 651.] 
Dryden (J.) Annus Mirabilis, first ed., port, inserted, old of., 
1667, lamo. (182), Dec. 6, Hodgson Dobell, £4 4s. 

[£5 5s., old sheep, April 8, Sotheby, Lot 597.] 
Dryden (J.) Aureng-Zebe, a Tragedy, first ed., first issue 
(some pagination shaved), mor. ex., 1676, 4to. (685), 
April 8, Sotheby Dobell. £4 los. 

Dryden (J.) Britannia Rediviva, a Poem on the Birth of the 
Prince, first ed., with rare leaf before title, cf. gt., g.e., 
1688, folio (709), April 8, Sotheby Heffer, £j los. 

[£2 7s. 6d., two leaves supplied in MS., same sale. Lot 
626.] 
Dryden (J.) Cleomenes the Spartan Heroe, a Tragedy, first 
ed. (hole in h i mended), mor. ex., 1692, 4to. (645), April 
8, Sotheby Dobell, £^ los. 

Dryden (J.) Conquest of Granada, 2 parts in i vol., mor. ex., 
by Riviere (a few leaves repaired) , T. N. for H. Herring- 
man, 1672, 4to. (654), April 8, Sotheby Maggs, £5 los. 
Dryden (J.) Don Sebastian, King of Portugal, a Tragedy, 
first ed. (some pagination and headlines cut into), hf. 
mor., g.e., 1690, 4to. (655), April 8, Sotheby 

S other an, £2 12s. 

Dryden (J.) Elegy on the Usurper O. C, one leaf, 1681, folio 

(706), April 8, Sotheby Pickering, £<) 

Dryden (J.) Eleonora, a Panegyrical Poem, first ed., large 

PAPER, unbd., Tonson, 1692, 4to. (678), April 8, Sotheby 

Heffer. £i2 
[;^3, cf. ex., small paper, same sale. Lot 659.] 
Dryden (J.) Evening's Love, or the Mock Astrologer, first 
ed., cf. ex., 1671, 4to. (638), April 8, Sotheby 

Sotheran, £4 15s. 

[£2 I OS., unbd., same sale. Lot 680.] 

Dryden (J.) Fables, first ed., cf., 1700, folio (704), April 8, 

Sotheby *^ Heffer, £1 los. 

Dryden (J.) Fables ornamented with engravings from the 

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pencil of Lady Diana Beauclerk, 9 plates and several 
vignettes, mor. gt., g.e., Bensley, 1797, folio (127), July 
22, Sotheby Leon, £7, 5s. 

Dryden (J.) Hind and the Panther, first ed., license leaf 

mended, cf. ex., g.e., by Riviere, 1687, 4to. (629), April 

8, Sotheby Hejfer, £1^ 

[£10, mor. ex., same sale. Lot 671 ; £2. los., mor. ex., 

some leaves cut into, same sale. Lot 649.] 

Dryden (J.) Indian Emperour, or the Conquest of Mexico 

by the Spaniards, first ed., mor. ex., g.e., 1667, 4to. (656), 

April 8, Sotheby D obeli, £25 

[£6, mor. ex., the second ed. of 1668, same sale. Lot 657.] 

Dryden (J.) Kind Keeper, or Mr. Limberham, a Comedy, 
first ed., cf. ex. (a few headlines cut into), 1680, 4to. (632), 
April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £2 2s. 

Dryden (J.) King Arthur, a Dramatick Opera, first ed. (hf.- 
title torn), unbd., 1691, 4to. (683), April 8, Sotheby 

Dobell, £1 

Dryden (J.) Love Triumphant, a Tragi-Comedy, mor. ex., 
g.e., 1694, 4to. (637), April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £1 12s. 

Dryden (J.) Luctus Britannici, or the Tears of the British 
Muses for the Death of John Dryden, first ed., port, 
(shaved at foot), new mor. gt., by Riviere, g.e., 1700, 
folio (719), April 8, Sotheby Pickering, £1;^ 

Dryden (J.) MacFlecknoe, or a Satyr upon the True-Blew- 
Protestant Poet (T. S.), first ed.. Printed for D. Green, 
1682, 4to. (963), Nov. 5, Sotheby Pickering, £^^ 

Dryden (J.) Marriage a-la-Mode, a Comedy, first ed., new 
cf. ex., g.e. (a few letters on p. 71 missed in printing), 
1673, 4to. (633), April 8, Sotheby Sotheran, £^ 4s. 

Dryden (J.) Mistaken Husband, a Comedie, first ed., cf. ex., 
g.e., 1675, 4to. (650), April 8, Sotheby Wise, ;^io 

[Ed. by Dryden and containing a scene from his hand. 
The author is unknown.] 

Dryden (J.) Ode on the Death of Mr. Henry Purcell, first 
ed., 30 pp. musical notation, mor. gt., g.e., 1696, folio 
(707), April 8, Sotheby Heffer, £2^ 

Dryden (J.) Of Dramatick Poesie, first ed. (last leaf defec- 
tive), mor. ex., by Leighton, 1668, 4to. (639), April 8, 
Sotheby Edwards, £-i los. 

[£i 15s., unbd., same sale. Lot 681.] 

Dryden (J.) Poem upon the Death of . . . Oliver, Lord Pro- 
tector, first ed., mor. ex. (title and last leaf mended), 
1659, 4to. (695), April 8, Sotheby Heffer, £$ 

[£^ I OS., mor. gt., by Riviere, title mended, same sale. 
Lot 670.] 

Dryden (J.) Prologues and Epilogues, including the Pro- 
logue to the Dutchess, 1682 — Prologue and Epilogue to 
Mithridates, with signature of Dryden at foot (margin 
mended), hf. mor., 1681, folio (705), April 8, Sotheby 

Dobell, £2^ 



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Dryden (J.) Religio Laid, a Poem, first ed., mor. ex., uncut, 

1682, 4to. (648), April 8, Sotheby Soiheran, £-^ 3s. 

Dryden (J.) Rival Ladies, a Comedy, first ed., mor. ex., by 

Riviere, 1664, 4to. (692), April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £26 

[£2 i2S., veil., ed. of 1669, the Huth copy (12s. in 1912), 

same sale. Lot 668.] 

[Dryden (J.)] Satyr to his Muse, first ed., hf. mor., g.e., 

Printed for D. Green, 1682, 4to. (697), April 8, Sotheby 

Sotheran, £2 12s. 6d. 
Dryden (J.) Secret Love, or the Maiden-Queen, first ed., 
mor. ex., by Rividre, 1668, 4to. (673), April 8, Sotheby 

Maggs, £(> 5S. 

Dryden (J.) Secret Love, or the Maiden-Queen, second ed., 

unbd., 1669 — The Wild Gallant, a Comedy, first ed. (a 

few stains), unbd., 1669, together 2 vol., 4to. (662), April 

8. Sotheby Dohell, £^ 

[Dryden (J.)] Sir Martin Mar-all, or the Feign'd Innocence, 

a Comedy, first ed., new buckram, 1668, 4to. (687), April 

8, Sotheby Dohell, £1 los. 

[£i I2S., unbd., dated 1669, same sale. Lot 663.] 

Dryden (J.) State of Innocence and Fall of Man, an Opera, 

first ed., mor. ex., g.e., 1677, 4to. (686), April 8, Sotheby 

Dohell, £s 5s. 
[£2, unbd., same sale. Lot 676.] 
Dryden (J.) The Assignation, or Love in a Nunnery, fisrt 
ed., mor. ex., g.e., 1673, 4to. (630), April 8, Sotheby 

Sotheran, £6 12s. 6d. 

[/3 3s., unbd., same sale. Lot 677.] 

[Dryden (J,)] The Medall, a Satyre against Sedition, first 

ed., mor. ex., 1682, 4to. (636), April 8, Sotheby Heffer, £5 

Dryden (J.) The Mushroom, 1682 — To his Sacred Maiesty, a 

Panegyrick on his Coronation, first ed., 1661 — Absalom 

Senior, or Achitophel transpos'd, 1682 — The Loyal Medal 

Vindicated, 1682, all unbd., together 4 pieces, folio (714), 

April 8, Sotheby Heffer, £^1 

Dryden (J.) The Tempest, a Comedy, first ed., mor. ex., g.e., 

large copy, 1670, 4to. (690), April 8, Sotheby 

Pickering, £2\ 

{£% I OS., hf. mor., same sale. Lot 691 ; £-^, unbd., the 

ed. of 1674, same sale. Lot 658.] 

Dryden (J.) Threnodia Augustalis, a Funeral-Pindarique 

Poem, sacred to the Happy Memory of King Charles II., 

first ed., cf. ex., by Riviere, 1685, 4to. (693), April 8, 

Sotheby Heffer, £s 

Dryden (J.) Troilus and Cressida, first ed., unbd., leaf of 

book advertisements at end, 1679, 4to. (698), April 8, 

Sotheby Dohell, £2 i8s. 

[£2 los., hf. cf., same sale. Lot 688; £^ 5s., mor. ex., 

same sale, Lot 674.] 

Dryden (J.) Xyrannick Love, or the Royal Martyr, a Tragedy, 

first ed., new veil., from the Huth library {£j los. in 

1912), 1670, 4to. (689), April 8, Sotheby Dohell, £8 los. 

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Dryden (J.) Wild Gallant, a Comedy, first ed., clean copy, 
unbd., T. Newcomb, 1669, 4to. (661), April 8, Sotheby 

Dobell, £6 ids, 
[£2 2S., mor. ex., some headlines cut into, same sale. 
Lot 905.] 

Dryden (J.) Works, first collected ed., folding port., 3 vol. (a 
few leaves cut into at foot and headlines cut close), cf. gt., 
1 70 1, folio (700), April 8, Sotheby Edwards, £2 

Dryden (J.) [Works.] Critical and Miscellaneous Prose Works 
and a collection of Dryden's Letters, ed. by E. Malone, 
ports., 3 vol. in 4, orig. bds., uncut, 1800, 8vo. (605), April 
8, Sotheby £2 2s, 

Dryden (J.) Works, ed. by Sir W. Scott, port, and folding 

plate, LARGE PAPER, 1 8 vol., contemp. russ., m.e. (some 

of the backs restored), 1808, roy. 8vo. (742), Oct. 23, 

Sotheby Sotheran, £6 

[£-^ I2S. 6d., old cf., Oct. 24, Hodgson, Lot 463.] 

Dryden (J.) Works, ed. by Sir W. Scott, port., 18 vol., mor. 
gt., g.e., 1821, 8vo. (128), July 22, Sotheby Bain, £ig 

Dryden (J.) and Lee (N.) Duke of Guise, a Tragedy, first ed., 
with the 2 leaves of music at the end, cf. ex., g.e., 1683, 
4to. (640), April 8, Sotheby Sotheran, £^ 15s. 

[£i 8s., unbd., title defective, same sale. Lot 679.] 

Dryden (J.) and Lee (N.) Oidipus, a Tragedy, first ed., mor. 
ex., g.e., by Riviere, 1679 — Dryden. Religio Laici, a 
Poem, first ed., bds., 1682, together 2 vol., 4to. (696), 
April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £2 7s. 6d. 

Dryden (J., junior). The Husband his own Cuckold, a 
Comedy, first ed. (a few headlines shaved), hf. cf., 1696, 
4to. (628), April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £^ 12s. 6d. 

Du Bartas (G. S.) His Diuine Weekes and Workes, trans, by 
Joshua Sylvester (second ed.), engraved and plain titles, 
coat-of-arms, etc., mor. gt., g.e., by F. Bedford, fine copy 
(Humfrey Lownes, 1605), 4to. (604), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Edwards, £8 5 s. 

Du Bartas (G. S.) His Devine Weekes and Workes, trans, by 
Josuah Sylvester (second ed.), engraved title, with leaf 
facing marked " A," woodcuts and separate titles, fine 
copy, some uncut leaves, mor. ex., g.e., by F. Bedford, 
Humfrey Lownes, 1605-6, 4to. (213), Dec. 17, Sotheby £2 
[Containing " Posthumus Bartas, The Third Day of His 
Second Weeke, 1606," not in the Huth copy; separate 
pagination, pp. 1-154, and starred signatures.] 

Du Bois. Thirty Col. Views of Swiss Lake and Mountain 
Scenery, Towns, Villages, etc., mounted, stamped roan 
covers, in slip case, Geneve, Briquet et Du Bois [1830I, 
oblong foho (139), July 26, 191 7, Hodgson ;^i8 

Dubourg (M.) Views of the Remains of Ancient Buildings in 
Rome and its Vicinity, 26 col. aquatints, orig. hf. mor.. 
Printed for J. Taylor, 1820, imp. 4to. (834), April 29, 
Sotheby Thompson, £2 5s. 

Duchesne (Jos.) Le Grand Miroir dv Monde, first ed., italic 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dug 

letter, russ. gt., g.e., Lyon, povr Barth. Honorat, 1587, sm. 
4to. (247), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £11 los. 

Duclos (J. P.) Acajon et Zirphile, engravings, cf. gt., A. 
Minutie (Paris), 1744, 4to. (605), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Parsons, £1 i6s. 

Duff (E. G.) William Caxton, numerous facs., an original leaf 
from Caxton's " Golden Legend," 1483, inserted, bds., 
uncut, in case, presentation copy from the author, 250 
copies printed, Chicago, The Caxton Club, 1905, 4to. 
(1061), July 22, Sotheby Maggs,£g los. 

Du Fresnoy (C. A.) De Arte Graphica, trans, by Mr. Dryden, 
engraved title by S. Gribelin, first ed., large paper, cf. 
gt. (rebacked), 1695, 4to. (624), April 8, Sotheby 

Pickering, £^ 14s. 

Dugdale (Sir W.) Antiquities of Warwickshire, first ed., 
plates, russ. gt., g.e., by Clarke, maps on guards and 
their margins, where narrow, extended, title backed and 
repaired, port, by Hollar mounted, the two prospects 
and ground plot at page 297 mounted, had the plate of 
escutcheons (page 58) and the Peto plate (383), 1656, 
folio (1064), Oct. 23, Sotheby Daffern, £g 

[Presentation copy from the author to Cassibelin 
Burton, with the following note on title-page : " Ex 
libris Cassibelini Burton ex dono Authoris Amici mei 
clarissimi, February 5th, 1656."] 

Dugdale (Sir W.) Antiquities of Warwickshire, second ed., 
ed. by Wm. Thomas, port., maps and plates, 2 vol., old 
cf. (cracked), 1730, folio (594), April 29, Sotheby 

Edwards, ;^i8 los. 

Dugdale (Sir W.) Antiquities of Warwickshire, maps and 
engravings, cf., Coventry, 1765, folio (199), Jan. 22, 
Sotheby Low, £1 8s. 

Dugdale (Sir W.) History of Imbanking and Drayning, first 

ed., maps, old mor. gt., g.e., 1662, folio (112), April 29, 

Sotheby Bumpus, £g los. 

[£^, cf. ex., name on title, July 22. Sotheby, Lot 130.] 

Dugdale (Sir W.) History of Embanking and Draining, 
second ed., revised by C. N. Cole, maps, hf. cf., 1772, folio 
(1070), Oct. 23, Sotheby Ford, £2 15s. 

\i?> 5S-, old russ. gt., July 22, Sotheby, Lot 131.] 

Dugdale "(Sir W.) History of St. Paul's Cathedral, first ed., 
port, and numerous views, etc., by Hollar, cf., 1658, folio 
(1065), Oct. 23, Sotheby Maggs, £2 19s. 

[;^3, hf. cf., July 29, Sotheby, Lot 251.] 

Dugdale (Sir W.) History of St. Paul's Cathedral, second ed., 
by E. Maynard, large paper, port., plates, russ. gt., by 
H. Walther, 1716, folio (102 1), April 8, Sotheby Hardy, £8 

Dugdale (Sir W.) Monasticon Anglicanum, engravings by 
Hollar and King, 3 vol., hf. cf., 1655-73, folio (202), Jan. 
22, Sotheby Harding, £1 14s. 

Dugdale (Sir Av.) Monasticon Anglicanum, abridged and 
trans., with additions by John Stevens, views of monastic 

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habits, etc., 3 vol., russ. gt., g.e. (repaired), 1718-23, folia 
(329), Dec. 12, Hodgson Lowe Bros., £2. 4s. 

Dugdale (Sir W.) Monasticon Anglicanum, ed. by Caley, 
Ellis and Bandinel, 250 plates by Coney, etc., and nume- 
rous illustrations in the text, 8 vol., contemp. russ. (joints 
of Vol. i. cracked), 1817-30, folio (1069), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Harding, ;!^io los. 
[£i^ los., russ. gt., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 113; £i-^, 
cf., July 29, Sotheby, Lot 163.] 

Dugdale (Sir W.) Monasticon Anglicanum, ed. by Caley, 
Ellis and Blandinel, port., plates, 6 vol. in 8, mor. gt., 
g.e., 1846, folio (986), Jan. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, ^19 

[£12, 8 vol., hf. mor., July 22, Sotheby, Lot 129.] 

Du Halde (J. B.) Description de la Chine, plates and maps, 
4 vol., old cf. (worn), Paris, P. G. Lemercier, 1735, folio 
(595), April 29, Sotheby Edwards, ^4 los. 

Dulwich Gallery (The), 50 engravings printed in col. after 
Rembrandt, Cuyp, Van-der-Velde, Ruysdael, Claude and 
others, on 45 mounts, in portfolio, R. Cockburn, Dulwich, 
n.d. (1820) (568), July II, 1917, Hodgson Spencer, £17 5s. 

Dumas (A.) Celebrated Crimes, trans, by J. G. Burnham, 
Library ed., plates, Japanese paper, with the plates in 
two states, 100 copies so done, 8 vol., 1895, 8vo. (591), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Roig, £^ 

Dumas (A.) Celebrated Crimes, trans, by J. G. Burnham, 
Library ed., photogravure plates, 8 vol., buckram, uncut, 
1895 (189), Dec. 12, Hodgson Gregory, £2 15s. 

Dumas (A.) Les Trois Mousquetaires, illustrations by M. 
Leloir, 2 vol., mor., t.e.g., 1894, 4to. (189), June 26, Puttick 

F. Kingdon, £2 los. 

Duncker (Max). History of Antiquity, trans, from the 
German by E. Abbott, 6 vol., hf. cf., m.e., 1877-82, 8vo. 
(133), Oct. 23, Sotheby Bumpus, £2 15s, 

Duncumb (J no.) Collections towards the History of the 
County of Hereford, maps and plates, Vol. i. and ii., Part 
i. (all published), russ. gt., g.e. (tears in two margins), 
Hereford, 1804-12, 4to. (911), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Burrell, £3 
[This copy had Thorpe's continuation (from the author's 
MS.) of Vol. ii., from p. 319 to 358, and Index.] 

Dunn (Geo.) Woolley Photographs. Photographs of Fif- 
teenth Century Types, designed to supplement published 
Examples, with References to Proctor's Index, 500 
photographs in 5 cl. cases, 50 sets issued, with printed 
list in narrow folio, of which 150 copies were issued, 
1899-1905 (3063), Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £2^ 

Dunraven (Edw., Earl of). Notes on Irish Architecture, ed. 
by M. Stokes, illustrations, 2 vol., orig. cl. gt., 1875-7, 
folio (297), June 17, Sotheby Hill, £10 

Duns Scotus (Jo.) [Opera et tractatus . . studio Joannes de 
Colonia], ed. prima, lit. QOti^., 389 leaves [Hain *6454, 
Proctor 441 1], old russ. gt. (by Weir), rough edges, Wod- 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [dur 

hull copy, with arms on upper cover, [colophon] Expliciut. 
q. Jo. Scoti. sup qtuor libris snlaruz mec^'. &' de aid. (^ 
qodliheti eusde. impsse p Mgtm. Vindelinu de Spira [Vene- 
tiis, c. 1476], thick sm. 4to. (3066), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

^aggs. £14 I OS. 

Duns Scotus (Jo.) Quaestiones Quodlibetales, lit. flot^., 116 
leaves, with signs., aj a blank wanting [Hain *6436], 
modern bds., uncut (some leaves at end wormed), [colo- 
phon] . . Impresse Venetiis ope ac imPesa Joanis de Colonia, 
Nicolai Jeson Sociorumq^ . . Anno Saluti 1481. 14. Novem- 
bris {with device in red), 4to. (3067), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £S 

Duns Scotus (Jo.) Super Primum Sententiarum [Prater 
Rufinus emendavit], lit. flOtl).. 224 leaves, including 2 
blanks [Hain +6422 , Pellechet 4456], new hf. veil., [colo- 
phon] . . finit die v»- novebris p nobile Viru VindelinU 
Spirensem [Venetiis], m.cccc.lxx20 [1472], folio (3065), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £\i 

Dupleix (Scipion). Cours de Philosophic. Revue, illustr6 & 
augment^, engraved title and woodcut initials, Paris, chez 
L. Sonnius, 1626, 8vo. (59), April 8, Sotheby 

Parsons, £6 15s. 

[XVII. century French mor. gt., ornaments tooled k 

petits fers, with arms on back and in centres (three stags' 

antlers in a shield) [? Soderini], g.e. (in the style of Le 

Gascon) .] 

Duppa (R.) Illustrations of the Lotus of the Ancients and 
Tamara of India, col. plates, 1816, imp. 4to. (305), Dec. 
19, Hodgson Quaritch, £1 i6s. 

Du Pre (Jehan). Le Palais des Nobles Dames, lettres batardes, 
title in red and black within border, woodcuts within 
borders, one with date 1534, 118 leaves, signs, n-p (Part 
i. only), mor., g.e., by Koehler (clean copy, from the 
Didot library), s. a. I. ou n. [Lyons, 1534 ?], sm. 4to. 
(3069), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £1^ 

Durand (J. N. L.) Recueil et Parallele des Edifices de tout 
genre anciens et modemes, 90 plates, hf. mor., Paris, An. 
IX. (1801), oblong atlas folio (797), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Batsford, £^ 15s, 

Durandus (Guil.) Le racional des diuins offices .... a este 
translate de Latin en francoys, ^otf)k letter, double columns 
of 43 lines, old stamped binding, presentation copy, with 
inscription, from Louise de Bourbon, g.e. (from the Didot 
collection), Nouuellement imprime a Paris, 1503, pour 
Anthoine Verard, sm. folio (249), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £37 

Durandus (Guil.) Rationale Divinorum Ofificiorum libri 
VIII., Ut. 0Ot()., 219 leaves (wanting 2 blanks and 2 leaves 
of text at the beginning), without marks [Hain *6472, 
Proctor 1523, Pellechet 4492], rubricated, painted initial, 
painted capitals, contemp. (?) Buxheim oak bds. and 
leather, sides covered with stamps, clasps (much worn 

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and damaged), from the Buxheim Carthusian Hbrary, 
[colophon] Anno a nativitate dnica Millesimo quadringen- 
tisimo septuagesimo Kalend' v'o Februarias undecimo . . 
Gintherus Zainer ex Reutlingen . . exaravit . . Augustensi 
Civis (1470), large folio (3071), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ^10 

Durandus (Guil.) Rationale Divinorum Ofhciorum, lit- gotl^ , 
double columns, 35 lines, 473 leaves, without marks, 
rubricated, painted capitals and ornamental pen-letters, 
con temp. Cologne (?) oak bds. and leather, with small 
stamps (much damaged), the text in good order, some 
rough edges, Absque ulla nota [apparently Coloniae, Ulric 
Zel, type 2, later use, 147 — ], thick folio (3070), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £q 5s. 

Durandus (Guil.) Rationale diuinol/ officio!^ , fldtfiic letter, 46 
lines to a page, full-page cut of the Crucifixion, woodcut 
initials, large coat-of-arms on last leaf, mor. ex., g.e., by 
Leighton, Impressu^np. iohdnez varelae salamdtiu {Granada) , 
1504, sm. folio (250), March i8, Christie Quaritch, £j\g 

Durandus (Guil.) Speculum, prima Pars, cum Additionibus 
Joannis Andreae et Domini Baldi, lit. semi-rom., 252 
leaves, including a blank [Hain *65o8. Proctor 3414, 
Pellechet 4524], rubricated, painted initials, contemp. 
German oak bds. and leather, with small stamps, clasp 
catches (much damaged, back missing, end leaves 
wormed), [colophon] . . Rome impressa per . . Leonarduz 
Pflugel et Georgium Lauer, s.a. [1474], large thick folio 
(3074), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £6 

Durandus (Guil.) [Speculum.] Tertia (et quarta) pars Speculi 
Guil. Duranti cum additionibus Jo. Andreae et Domini 
Baldi, lit. semi.-rom., 378 leaves, including two blanks, 
without marks [Hain *65o8. Proctor 3414, Pellechet 
4524], rubricated, painted initials, contemp. German oak 
bds., with small stamps (joints cracked), sides fairly wel 
preserved, clasp catches, Romae, Geo. Lauer, 1474, thick 
large folio (3075), Nov. 22, Sotheby Ellis, £i/[ los. 

Durell (Jo.) Sanctae Ecclesiae Anglicanae adversus iniquas 
atque invercundas Schismaticorum Criminationes Vin- 
diciae, large paper, Typis Guliel. Godbid, 1669, sm, 4to. 
(180), April 8, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, ^29 

[XVII. century English mor., with crowned monogram 
D. L., crowned monograms of double C and J. D. at the 
corners, with laurel branches, g.e. The devices are those 
of King Charles II. and of K. James II. as Duke of York 
(S. Mearne). Illustration in catalogue.] 

Diirer (A.) ApocaHpsis cii Figuris, gotl^ic letter, double columns 
of 61-62 lines, large cut on title and 15 full-page woodcuts 
and the text of the Apocalypse on backs, 17th century 
mor., [colophon] Impresso denuo Nurnberge p' Albertum 
Durer pictorem [H. Holzel], 151 1, large folio (149), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, £iiS 

[Second ed. of the Latin text. The cuts appeared in 

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1498. Collation : 16 leaves, without signatures or folia- 
tion. ;^ioo, mor. ex., by Lloyd, mark of an unknown 
engraver on last blank page, each leaf inlaid, same sale. 
Lot 150.] 

Diirer (A.) Delia Simmetria de i Corpi Humani, libri quattro, 
illustrations and diagrams (wormed, a few leaves stained), 
veil., Venetia, 1591, folio (609), May 14, Sotheby 

Hill,£i 8s. 

Durer (A.) De Symetria partium in rectis formis huanorum 
corporum, gothif letter, title in 6 lines of gothic letter, 
below which are verses and the artist's monogram, 85 
woodcuts of the human frame and other diagrams, Norim- 
bergae . . . In aedib. vidua Durerianae, 1532 — De Varietate 
Figuarum et fiexuris partium ac gestib. imaginum, gothtr 
letter, 60 full-length figures similar to the above, but 
represented as in movement and diagrams, Impensis 
viducB Dureriancp, per Hier. Formschneyder Norinbergae, 
1534, together in i vol., old veil., sm. folio (162), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, ;^io los. 

[The former is the first ed. in Latin of Books i. and ii. 
of the original German work ; the latter the first ed. in 
Latin of Books iii. and iv. Collation : (i) a-e6, F4, g-n6, 
04 = 80 leaves, the last blank ; (2) a-k6 = 60 leaves, the 
last blank.] 

Diirer (A.) Hierin sind begriffen vier Biicher von menschlicher 
Proportion, etc., woodcut diagrams of the human figure, 
port, inserted (some leaves stained), hf. mor., t.e.g., 
Nurenberg, 1528, folio (247), Dec. 6, Hodgson Barnard, £d> 

Diirer (A.) Icones Sacrae. See Altdorfer 

Diirer (A.) Imperator Caesar diuus Maximilianus, pius felix, 
augustus Christianitatis, supremus Princeps Germaniae 
Hungariae Dalmatian Croaciae Bosnacq3 Rex Angeliae, 
etc., 20 compartments, printed on 12 sheets, inlaid to 
large folio, mor. ex., by Lloyd [Niirnberg, Hier. Andrea, 
c. 1 5 19] (159). Dec. 10, Christie Ellis, £42 

[Of these separate cuts of the triumphal arch of the 
Emperor Maxim iUan, this is the only ed. with Latin text 
above each picture. The ornamental border (generally 
wanting) all round the full sheet is perfect in this copy, 
except for a few trifling tears.] 

Diirer (A.) Life of the Virgin, a set of early proofs of the 
twenty woodcuts (with two extra), without text, mor. 
gt., g.e., by Cobden Sanderson (151), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £igo 
[Seventeen of these cuts were finished before Diirer 
went to Venice in 1505. The series was completed in 
1 5 10, when Diirer added the front, and the Death and 
Assumption of the Virgin. The front, in this set is a 
proof, and inserted (loose) is the same cut from the 151 1 
ed., with woodcut title. Added at the end is the single 
woodcut of the Adoration of the Magi, dated 151 1 (Bartsch 
3.] 

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Diirer (A.) OEuvre reproduit et public par Armand-Durand, 
texte par Georges Duplessis, plates, hf. mor., g.t., Paris, 
n.d., folio (132), July 22, Sotheby Bain, £8 

Dtirer (A.) Passio Christi, a set of the 16 engravings of the 
Little Passion on copper, mostly with narrow margin, 
fine impressions, hinged to 4 sheets (4 on a page), bds. 
[NUrnberg, 1507-13], 4to. (153), Dec. 10, Christie 

Tooth, ;^6o 
[On the back of one of the mounts a former German 
owner has noted 12 different imitations of these engrav- 
ings. Bartsch 3-18.] 

Diirer (A.) [Passio Christi.] Passio Domini Nostri lesu .... 
per fratrem Chelidonium coUecta cum figuris Alberti 
Dureri Norici Pictoris, roman letter, 30 lines to a page, 
12 large woodcuts, the whole hinged, mor. ex., by Lloyd, 
Nurnberg [H. Holzel], 151 1, folio (152), Dec. 10, Christie 

Tooth, £1^5 
[" The first and only complete ed. of the 12 woodcuts 
of the Great Passion, with Latin text." The front, 
appears to be a proof on thin paper, without text of any 
kind. The 11 following full-page cuts are all with text 
on backs.] 

Diirer (A.) Passio Christi ab Alberto Durer Nurenbergensi 
efhgiata cii varij generis carminibus Fratris Benedicti 
Chelidonij Musophili, roman letter, 24 lines to a page, 
title with woodcut, 36 woodcuts by Diirer, mor. ex., by 
Gruel, Impressam Nurnberge per AlbertH Diirer Pictore 
[H. Holzel], 151 1, sm. 4to. (155), Dec. 10, Christie 

Colnaghi, £1^0 
[First ed. of the woodcut Little Passion, with Latin text 
by Chelidonius. Early signature on title. Collation : 
a-d8, e6 = 38 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Diirer (A.) Passio Christi. Fol. i : Martinus Petrus Excude- 
- bat In Insigni Aurei Fontis Prope Novam Bursam, this 
lettering engraved on a tablet beneath a circular engrav- 
ing of the crucifixion, with 13 engravings of the Little 
Passion on copper, closely copied from the originals (in- 
cluding the orig. dates), orig. veil. [Antwerp, c. 1570], sm. 
4to. (154), Dec. 10, Christie Ellis, £5 los. 

Diirer (A.) [Passio Christi.] La Passione di N.S. Giesu Christo, 
roman letter, 25 lines to a page, title with port, of Diirer 
aet., 56 in red, 37 woodcuts by Diirer, mor. ex., g.e., by 
Lloyd, In Venetia, 161 2, appresso D. Bissuccio, sm. 4to. 
(156), Dec. 10, Christie W. Lawson, ;^io 

[Second ed. of the orig. Little Passion cuts. First and 
last leaves repaired and a few slightly stained. Colla- 
tion : A-K4, L2 = 42 leaves, unnumbered.] 

[Diirer (A.)] [Passio Christi.] Passio Unsers lieben Herren lesu 
Christi auS5 den vier Evangelisten gezogen, German 
flOtllir letter, title within woodcut border and 24 cuts of the 
Passion from the originals, but signed with initials of Virgil 

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Solis, orig. sheep, Gedruckt zu Munchen, bey Anna Bergin, 
Wittib. Im lahr, 1618, i2mo. (158), Dec. 10, Christie 

Tregaskis, £^ 

[Diirer (A.)] [Passio Christi.] Historia Passionis Domini Nostri 
lesu Christi : Ab Alberto Durero dehneata, title with cut 
of the Man of Sorrows and the 36 cuts of the Passion, no 
text, contemp. MS. back of first plate, mor. ex., t.e.g., by 
Lloyd, Bruxellae, excud. Joannes Mommartius [1644], sm. 
4to. (157), Dec. 10, Christie Edwards, £'] los. 

Diirer (A.) Triumphalis hie Corrus Ad Honorem Invictiss. 
Ac Gloriosissimi Principis D. Max. Caesaris Semper 
Augusti concinnatus est, Ac per Albertum Durer Delinia- 
tus, printed on 8 sheets (repaired), each hinged to a blank 
foho page, bound in mor. ex., by Lloyd, Impressus est 
Currus iste Amstel. per Harmannum Allardi Rosier, S' 
Davidem de Meyne, 1609, large folio (160), Dec. 10, 
Christie Maggs, ;^33 12s. 

[Sixth (?) ed. of the Great Triumphal Car.] 

Diirer (A.) Underweysung der Messung mit dem Zirckel un 
richtscheyt, first ed., lit. flot^., woodcut diagrams, initials, 
2 large dated woodcuts, etc., new cf. ex., g.e., by Root, 
Gebrucht zu Nuremberg, Im Jar, 1525, sm. folio (1086), 
July 22, Sotheby Maggs, Ig los. 

Diirer (A.) Underweysung der Messung, mit dem Zirckel vnd 
richtscheyt, second ed., got^ic letter, woodcuts of archi- 
tectural figures, alphabets, etc., Nurnberg, Hier. Andrea, 
1538 — Etliche vnderricht, zu befestigung der Stett, 
Schols5, vnd flecken, gotE)ic letter, second ed., title of the 
arms of Feridnand I., below which is the text, 20 dia- 
grams and illustrations, ib., 1527 — De Symmetria Partium 
CoFporum, Books I. and II., got^ic letter, 85 full-length 
woodcuts, ib., 1532, the three works together in i vol., 
old cf. gt., in case (161), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £2^ 

Diirer Society. Publications, with introductory Notes by 
Dodgson and others, Series 6 to 10, in portfolios, 1903-8 
(436), March 25, Sotheby Quaritch, £6 15s. 

Durf6 (H.) L'Astree, engraved titles (two cut into), plates, 
including ports., 5 vol., old French mor. gt., g.e., Paris, 
T. Quinet, 1647 (Vol. v., F. Pomeray, 1630), 8vo. (554), 
May 16, Sotheby Quaritch, £j 5s. 

Durfey (T.) Butler's Ghost, or Hudibras, the Fourth Part, 
with Reflections upon these Times, mor. gt., t.e.g.. Printed 
for Joseph Hindmarsh, 1682, 8vo. (612), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Dobell, 5s. 

Durfey (T.) Commonwealth of Women, a Play, first ed. 
(headlines cut into), unbd., 1686, 4to. (144), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Dobell, £1 

Durfey (T.) Love for Money, a Comedy, first ed. (hole in 
E3), unbd., 1691 — The Comical History of Don Quixote, 
Parts i.-iii. (last leaf of Part ii. defective), first ed., in i 
vol., unbd., 1694-6, 4to. (146), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Dobell, £1 8s. 

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Durfey (T.) Wit and Mirth, or Pills to purge Melancholy, 
first ed., port, by Vertue after E. Gouge, 6 vol., mor. ex., 
g.e., W. Pearson for J. Tonson. 1719-20, 8vo. (217), June 
10, Sotheby Dobell, ;^io 15s. 

Durfey (T.) [Works.] Siege of Memphis, 1676 — A Fond Hus- 
band, 1685 — Madam Fickle, or the Witty False One, 1677 
— The Fool turned Critick, 1678 — Trick for Trick, or The 
Debauch'd Hypocrite, 1678 — Squire Oldlapp, or The 
Night Adventurers, 1679, and 24 other plays by the same 
author, mostly first eds., in 2 vol., hf. mor. (some leaves 
defective and some head-lines cut into), 1676- 1706, 4to. 
(966), Nov. 5, Sotheby ^^8 5s. 

Du Rosoi (B. F.) Les Sens: Poeme en Six Chants — Epitre 
au Verrou de ma Porte, in i vol., front., engraved title 
and 7 engravings after Eisen and Wille, mor. gt., g.e., by 
Zaehnsdorf, 1767, 8vo. (548), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Edwards, £/\ 
Du Hyer (Sieur). L'Alcoran de Mahomet, traduit d'Arabe en 
Fran9ois, front., mor. gt., g.e., by Courteval, La Haye, 
1685, 8vo. (613), Dec. 17, Sotheby Edwards, £2. i6s. 

Dympna (S.) Legeda see dympne virginis et martyris filie 
regis hybernie Incipit feliciter, gotf)ic letter, 31 long lines 
to a full page, woodcut on title, another on verso, small 
ornamental initials, mor., uncut, by Hayday (Ashburnham 
copy [Hain 6523, Proctor 9435], Impressum dntwepie per 
me Go. Bac, 1496, sm. 4to. (394), Dec. 10, Christie 

Gaselee, £8 
Dynus de Regulis Juris. Castigatus et noviter correctus cum 
additionibus et repertorio Nicolai Boetii, etc., lit. QOtf)., 
three columns, sides of contemp. Netherlands oak bds. 
and leather, with four panels stamped with figures and the 
legend, "Viiqti ^antta Uatfitrixta (Bretit dKema" (rebacked), 
stamps well preserved (loose binding), s. I. et n., 1525, sm. 
4to. (3076), Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £g 5s. 

Early English Text Society. Publications, Original Series, 
No. 1-149, 1864-1913 — Extra Series, many on large 
paper. No. 1-115, 1867-1914, orig. wrappers, uncut (a 
few numbers cut and bound), 1864-1914, 8vo. (1405), 
April 8, Sotheby Heffer, /66 

Earwaker (J. P.) East Cheshire, Past and Present, illustra- 
tions, 2 vol., cl. gt., Printed for the author, 1877, 8vo. (138), 
Jan. 22, Sotheby Suckling, £1 4s. 

East (W.) Musarum Britannicarum Thesaurus, words and 
music engraved throughout (title and 2 leaves mended), 
cf. ex., g.e., by De Coverly, Collected, printed and sold by 
William East in Waltham, Leicestershire, 1748, 4to. (90), 
May 13, Sotheby Quaritch, £8 los. 

Eastman (Mrs. M. H.) The American Aboriginal Portfolio, 
steel illustrations by S. Eastman, orig. cl. gt., Philadelphia, 
n.d., 4to. (622), July 29, Sotheby Hill, £1 5s. 

[Eben (Fredk, Baron).] Military Uniform adopted in the 
Royal Army of Sweden, text in English and French, 24 

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col. plates by N. Heideloff, some heightened with gold, 
also the plates of distinctive marks of ranks at the end, 
no title, as is usually the case, con temp, russ., g.e. [Acker- 
mann, 1808], folio (118), Dec. 3, American Art Association 

$150 

Ebers (Jno.) Seven Years of the King's Theatre, 1828 — 
Lumley's Reminiscences of the Opera, 1864, extra illus- 
trated by the insertion of 170 autograph letters, over 130 
ports., 27 character ports, and 40 engravings and views, 
some col., etc., extended to 7 vol., with MS. index of 
the autographs in each vol., hf. mor., t.e.g., 1902 (658), 
Dec. 12, Hodgson ;^24 

Eccles (Jno.) Collection of Songs (front, shaved), cf., J. 
Walsh, n.d., 8vo. (295), May 14, Sotheby Dobell, /lo 

Eckius (Jo.) Asseritur hie invictissimi Angliae regis liber 
de Sacramentis & calumniis & impietatibus Ludderi. Ad 
iidei Catholicae defensionem & inclytissimi Angliae Regis 
honorem, ed. prima (48 leaves), royal arms of England on 
title, bds., Excusum in alma urbe Rhoma, typis Marcelli 
Franck Germani Anno 1523 mense niaio, sm. 4to. (3248), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Pickering, £8 los. 

Eckius (Jo.) Homiliarum tomus tertius, etc., contemp. 
Netherlands (Tournay) leather, two stamped panels on 
each cover representing St. John and S. Anna and the 
Madonna and Child [see Weale, No. 375], well preserved 
[inscription on title shows that the book was bequeathed 
to the Cathedral Library of Tournay by Giles le Roy, 
curate of the Church of S. Mary Magdalene in Tournay], 
in case, 5. /. et n. Impr. [Ingoldstatii ?], 1534, thick 8vo. 
(3077), Nov. 22, Sotheby Edwards, £1^ 

Eckstein (Jno.) Picturesque Views of the Diamond Rock, 
port, and 14 col. plates by J. C. Stadler, uncut, 1805, 
imp. oblong folio (991), Dec. 4, Sotheby E. Smith, £\2. 

Edmondson (Jos.) Baronagium Genealogicum, 5 vol., coats- 
of-arms, rough cf. (rubbed), n.d., folio (129), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby G. H. Brown, £1 14s. 

Edmondson (Jos.) Complete Body of Heraldry, port, and 
plates, 2 vol. in i, cf. (broken), 1780, folio (197), Jan, 22, 
Sotheby Thorp, £1 12s. 

Edward VI. Iniunccions geuen ... To all and singuler his 
lovyng subjectes, blaclt letter, mor. ex., g.e., by Riviere, 
[colophon] Imprinted at London . . . by Rychard Grafton, 
1547, 4to. (133), Dec. 17, Sotheby Amor, £^ 

Edward VI. Ordo Distributionis Sacramenti Altaris sub 
utraque specie, et formula confessionis faciendae in Regno 
Angliae, Haec Londini evulgata sunt octavo die Martii anni 
MD.XLViii., mor. ex. [Leipzig (?), Wolfgang Gunter], 1548, 
8vo. (109), Dec. 17, Sotheby Plaistow, ;^io 

[But one other copy is recorded — that in the British 
Museum. The epilogue to the book is signed A.A.S.D.Th., 
standing'for Alexander Alesius Scotus Doctor Theologiae.] 

Edward VII. The Boyhood of a Great King, 1 841 -1858: An 

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Account of the Early Years of the Life of His Majesty- 
Edward VII., illustrated b}?^ reproductions of contemp. 
royal autographs, ports, and drawings, by A. M. Broadley, 
one of 125 copies on handmade paper, extra illustrated 
by the insertion of many hundreds of ports., col. and 
other engravings, orig. drawings, etc., inlaid throughout, 
7 vol., mor. gt., t.e.g., 1906, folio (699), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Bumpus, £7,^ 

Edwards (J no.) Collection of Flowers drawn after Nature, 
79 col. plates, with 6 ornamental prints inserted, mor. gt., 
g.e., by C. Hering, 1794, folio (599), April 29, Sotheby 

Spencer, £22 

Edwards (S. T.) New Botanic Garden, col. plates by San- 
som, 2 vol., cf. gt., g.e., 1812, 4to. (617), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Fulton, £2 15s. 

Effigies Regum Francorum Omnium, A Pharamundo, Ad 
Henricum Vsque Tertium, ad viuum . . expressae, 62 
etched plates of ports, of the French kings, with pictorial 
borders, mor. ex., g.e., by Riviere, Niirnberg, 1576, sm. 
4to. (163), Dec. 10, Christie Tregaskis, ;^ii 

[First ed. The engravings are by Jost Amman and 
Virgil Solis. Collation : AQ-4 = 64 leaves, numbered.] 

Egan (P.) Anecdotes of the Turf, the Chase, the Ring and the 
Stage, 13 col. plates (including front.) by Th. Lane and 
woodcuts (a few leaves stamed), mor., uncut, 1827, roy. 
Svo. (3179), Feb. 25, Sotheby Hulton, £it, ios. 

Egan (P.) Boxiana, both series, ports., 5 vol., orig. bds., 
uncut (some leaves and plates loose), 1812-29, 8vo. (3174), 
Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, ;^2o 

Egan (P.) Finish to the Adventures of Tom, Jerry and Logic, 
first ed., 36 col. plates by R. Cruikshank and woodcuts, 
orig. bds., uncut (part of back missing), in case, 1830, 8vo. 
(3180), Feb. 25, Sotheby F. Sabin, £^y 

[£62, mor. ex., by Riviere, same sale. Lot 3235 ; ;^47, 
orig. bds., uncut, same sale. Lot 3236.] 

Egan (P.) Finish to the Adventures of Tom, Jerry and Logic 
in their Pursuits through Life in and out of London, 36 
col. plates by R. Cruikshank, old bds. (broken), G. Virtue, 
n.d. (1830), roy. 8vo. (781), Nov. 5, Sotheby Bumpus, £^^8 

Egan (P.) Finish to the Adventures of Tom, Jerry and Logic 
in their Pursuits through Life in and out of London, 36 
col. illustrations by R. Cruikshank, orig. cl., uncut, Hotten, 
n.d. (1869), 8vo. (782), Nov. 5, Sotheby Bumpus, £4 los. 

Egan (P.) Life in London, first ed., col. plates by I. R. and G. 
Cruikshank, three folding sheets of music and woodcuts, 
orig. bds. (rebacked), 1821, 8vo. (3176), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Sharp, £14. 
[£15, mor. gt., g.e., by Riviere, same sale. Lot 3177; 
£'j 5s., cf. ex., Sotheby, July 29, Lot 183.] 

Egan (P.) Life in London, extra illustrations. See Heath (W.) 

Egan (P.) Life of an Actor, Poetical Descriptions by T. 
Greenwood, 27 col. illustrations (inclusive of front.) by 

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T. Lane, hf. cf., date erased (1825), roy. Svo. (784), Nov. 5, 
Sotheby Edwards, £^ 3s. 

Egan (P.) Life of an Actor, 27 col. plates etched by Theodore 
Lane, three-quarter mor. gt., t.e.g., London, Pickering? and 
Chatto, 1892, royal Svo. (3), March 6, American Art Asso- 
ciation $5-50 

Egan (P.) Real Life in Ireland, or the Day and Night Scenes 
. . of Brian Boru, Esq. and his elegant friend Sir Shawn 
O'Dogherty, col. plates, hf. cf., uncut, 1821, Svo. (3524), 
Feb. 25. Sotheby Spencer, £21 

Egan (P.) Real Life in London, first ed., col. plates by Aiken, 
Rowlandson, etc., 2 vol., cf. gt., m.e., 1821-2, Svo. (11 12), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Spencer, £() 

{£52, orig. 14 parts, with the wrappers (a few damaged). 
Feb. 25, Sotheby, Lot 3525 ; ;^23, mor. gt., t.e.g., uncut, 
by Tout, same sale, Lot 3526 ; ;^22, cf. gt., g.e., by Zaehns- 
dorf, with the scarce presentation plate at p. 122 of Vol. 
i. and extra plate at p. 656 of the same vol., which was 
dated 1827, same sale. Lot 3527.] 

Egan (P.) Sporting Anecdotes, Original and Selected, ports., 
col. plates and woodcuts by H. Aiken and I. R. Cruik- 
shank, mor. gt., wanting folding plate, t.e.g., by Sangorski 
and Sutcliffe, 1825, Svo. (3178), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Hidton, £^ I OS. 

[Egerton (D. T.)] Fashionable Bores, or Coolers in High Life, 
by Peter Quiz, col. title and 12 col. plates, hf. mor., orig. 
covers bound in, W. Sams, 1824, oblong 4to. (3227), Feb. 
25, Sotheby Sawyer, Ij 15s. 

[/16, cf. gt., by Riviere, orig. covers bound in, same 
sale, Lot 3204.] 

Egerton (M.) Collinso Furioso ; or Matters "to Tatters," 
13 col. plates from drawings by M. E. (M. Egerton), en- 
graved by G. Hunt, hf. bd., 1825, 4to. (643), Nov. 5, 
Sotheby Edwards, £-i 5s. 

[£5y orig. bds., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 998.] 

Egerton (Wm.) Memoirs of . . Mrs. Anne Oldfield, with other 
Dramatical Memoirs, port., old cf. gt., 1731. Svo. (786), 
Nov. 5, Sotheby Hardy, £2 i8s. 

Egypt. Description de L'Egypte, Observations et Recherches 
. . pendant I'Expedition de I'Armee Fran9aise, 24 vol. of 
text (Svo.) and 11 vol. of plates and maps, together 35 
vol., hf. russ. (some broken), 1821-9, folio (1036), June 17, 
Sotheby Edwards, £6 

Eliot (Geo.) Middlemarch, 4 vol. in 8 books, as issued, wrap- 
pers, with all the hf. -titles, titles, sUps and adverts., each 
book a presentation copy from the author, with inscrip- 
tion, n.d. (1871-2), Svo. (160), Nov. 13, Puttick 

White, £7^ 15s. 

Eliot (Geo.) Scenes of Clerical Life, first ed., 2 vol., orig. cl. 
(loose), i§58, Svo. (3243), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

^aggs, £14 los. 

Eliot (Jno.) New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus 

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Christ, trans, into the Indian Language, and Ordered to 
be Printed by the Commissioners of the United Colonies 
in New-England [Indian title], con temp. mor. gt., g.e., 
Xx I in fac, Cambridge : Printed by Samuel Green and 
Marmaduke Johnson, mdclxi., sm. 4to. (141), Nov. 19, 
American Art Association $170 

[Orig. ed., with the diamond-shaped figure on Indian 
title. Size of leaf, 7^ by 5^ inches, a few of the lower 
margins with uncut edges. First leaf of dedication has 
inner margin inlaid. Collation : 2 blank leaves, one of 
which is of a later date ; English title, i leaf, verso blank ; 
Dedication, 2 leaves ; Indian title, i leaf, verso blank ; 
Matthew to Revelation, 126 leaves ; two blank leaves, 
one of which is of a later date.] 

Elizabeth (Queen). [Statutes.] Anno Quinto Reginae Eliza- 
bethe. At the Parliament holden at Westminster, the XII. 
of January. . . To the hygh pleasure of Almyghty God 
and the weale publique of this Realme, were enacted as 
foloweth, etc., blacit letter, hf. mor., Richard Jugge and 
John Cawood, 1563, folio (160), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Best, £1 14s. 
[An important liturgical Act in this volume is " An Act 
for the Confirmation of a Subsedie graunted by the 
Clergy."] 

Elliot (Frances). Old Court Life in France (title frayed and 
leaf torn), 2 vol. (Vol. i. wanted hf. -title), hf. cf., g.t., 
1873, 8vo. (199), July 29, Sotheby Lee, £1 12s. 

Elliott (Sir H. M.) History of India, continued by Prof. 
Dowson, Vol. i.-vi. (should be 8 vol., 1867-77), ^^- nior. 
gt., 1867-75, 8vo. (170), March 4, Christie 

Edwards, £4 8s. 
[/5 2S. 6d., orig. cl., the 8 vol. complete, March 31, 
1913, Sotheby, Lot 844.] 

Ellis (Sir H.) Original Letters illustrative of English History, 
three series, fronts., 11 vol., hf. cf. gt., m.e., 1825-46, 8vo. 
(27), Dec. 4, Sotheby Holland, £2 5s. 

Ellis (Sir H.) Voyage to Hudson's Bay, first ed., plates, old 
cf., 1748, 8vo. (61), Jan. 23, Puttick F. Edwards, 19s. 

Ellis (Sir H.) Lord Amherst's Embassy to China, port., map 
and col. plates, new hf. cf. gt., t.e.g., 1817, 4to. (286), Dec. 
19. Hodgson £1 4s. 

Emblemata Amatoria : lam demum emendata, engravings of 
emblemS; hf. cf., n.d., 4to. (618), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Maggs, £2 23. 

Emerson (R. W.) Essays, with Preface by Thomas Carlyle, 
veil., uncut. Doves Press, 1906, 4to. (656), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Heffer, £6 5s. 

Emerson (R. W.) Works, Riverside ed., large paper, port., 
II vol., hf. mor. gt., t.e.g. (slightly faded), Cambridge, 
U.S.A., 1883, 8vo. (585), Nov. 28, Hodgson Brown, £5 los. 

Emerson (R. W.) Works, 12 vol. — Correspondence of Thomas 
Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1834-1872, 2 vol., 

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Boston, 1883 — Cabot (J. E.) Memoir of Emerson, 2 vol., 
Cambridge, 1887, ports., together 16 vol., large papkr, 
limited to 500 copies, bds., uncut, Cambridge, printed at 
the Riverside Press, 1883- 1893, large 8vo. (305), March 5, 
American Art Association $75 

Encyclopaedia Britannica, ninth ed., 25 vol., hf. mor., in book- 
case, 1875-89, 4to. (481), March 19, Puttick 

Solomon, £2 los. 

Encyclopaedia Britannica, tenth ed., with Index, maps and 
plates, 35 vol.. mor., g.e., 1875-1903, 4to. (555), Oct. 24, 
Hodgson G. H. Brown, £5 15s. 

[£5 15s., hf. mor., March 19, Puttick, Lot 170.] 

Encyclopeedia Cambrensis. Y Gwyddoniadur Cymreig, 10 
vol. in 5, hf. mor., Dinbych, 1856-79, 8vo. (69), Jan. 23, 
Puttick Gregory, £1 T2s. 6d. 

Engelbach. Naples and the Campagna Felice, in a Series of 
Letters addressed to a Friend in England, in 1802, col. 
plates by T. Rowlandson and views, mor. gt., t.e.g., others 
uncut, by Riviere, Ackermann, 1815, 8vo. (3495) 

Sawyer, £'j los. 
[/lo los., orig. bds., rebacked, same sale. Lot 3494 : 
£2, hf. mor., t.e.g., Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 1139; £^ 8s., 
russ., Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 318.] 

Englefield (Sir H. C.) Picturesque Beauties, etc. of the Isle of 
Wight, port, and plates (i to 25 and 34) by Cooke, and the 
3 geological maps, with an extra map and 7 col. plates 
from Daniell's " Voyage round Great Britain " inserted, 
hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., 1816, roy. 4to. (336), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Edwards, £2. 13s. 

English and Scottish Popular Ballads, ed. by F. J. Child, 8 
vol., hf. mor., g.e., 1861, 8vo. (102), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

G. H. Brown,'£2 8s. 

English and Scottish Popular Ballads, ed. by F. J. Child, 
ports., 10 parts, finely bound in 5 vol., mor. gt., oval 
centres inlaid, uncut, t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, Boston and 
New York, 1892-8. 4to. (852), May 14, Sotheby 

Heffer, £23 

English Dialect Dictionary. See Wright (Joseph) 

English Historical Society. Publications, 29 vol., various, 
bds., uncut, 1838-56, 8vo. (116), April 29, Sotheby 

Heffer, £7 

English Men of Action, 12 vol., uniform hf. veil, gt., g.e., 1889- 
1904, 8vo. (138), Oct. 23, Sotheby Sotheran, £2 los. 

English Men of Letters, ed. by John Morley, 18 vol., uniform 
hf. veil, gt., m.e., 1884-9, 8vo. (139), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Sotheran, £\ 

English Orpheus, music and words engraved on 129 leaves, 
with illustration at the head of each, old hf. cf. (title 
wanted), w.a.f. (1743), 4to. (470), March 19, Puttick 

^ Brown, £1 3s. 

English Pilot (The) for the Southern Navigation, with the 
Fourth Book, describing West India Navigation from 

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Hudson's Bay to the River Amazones, maps and charts 
(some leaves damp-stained), 1779-80, folio (204), Feb. 20, 
Sotheby Robertson, £/\. 

English Rogue. See Head 

Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine, col. plates of fashions, 
etc. (letterpress cut into), Vol. i., iii., vii. (only), hf. mor., 
1860-3 • Vol. i., ii., iv.-vii. (only), illustrations, col. plates, 
hf. mor. gt., 1866-9, together 9 vol., 1860-69, 8vo. (144), 
Feb. 20, Sotheby London Book Co., £2 12s. 

Epigrammata et Poemata vetera, old mor. gt., g.e. (Derome), 
Paris, excudehat Dionysius Duvallius, 1590, d la fin, 1589, 
8vo. (620), Dec. 17, Sotheby Parsons, £1 los. 

Epistola de miseria Curatorum seu plebanorum, QOt()ic letter, 
8 leaves, woodcut below title, dated 1489 [Hain 6617], cf. 
gt. (from the Huth collection) [s.n., Leipzig, Conr. Kache- 
lofen, c. 1489], sm. 4to. (164), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £5 5s. 

Equicola (M.) Di Natura d'Amore, contemp. Venetian cf. 
gt., centre ornaments, figure of Fortune and gold lettering 
" Se. Amico. Emmi il D-olor. Che Polei. Fa-rmi.," " L. 
De. Na. Damor. Indisso-lubile," on sides, gt. gauffred 
edges, In Vinegia per G. Ant. &- Fratelli de Sabbio, 1526, 
8vo. (3082), Nov. 22, Sotheby Dobell, £q los. 

Equicola (M.). Di Natura d'Amore, old of., Vinegia, Fr. 
Aless. Bindoni, 1531, 8vo. (622), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £■>, 

Era Almanack (The) from 1868 to 1902, ports., etc., in 7 vol., 
hf. cf. gt., 8vo. (25), Dec. 12, Hodgson Giles, £1 12s. 

Erasmus (Des) . De Recta Latini Graeciq5 Sermonis pronunti- 
atione ; Ejusdem Ciceronianus, Dialogi, contemp. English 
royal cf., stamped panels on each cover, one with the 
Tudor rose, the other with a crowned double-headed 
eagle, divided by a roll containing a wild beast in a wood, 
(rebacked, sides in good state), Basileae in off. Frobeniana, 
1528, 8vo. (3090), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £y 15s. 

Erasmus (Des). Ecclesiastae sive de Ratione Concionandi 
Libri quatuor, roman letter, 40 lines to a page, with 
Diirer's port, of Erasmus inserted, orig. cf., gold lines and 
arabesques, with title in circle on front side and " Gro- 
lierii et Amicorum " on reverse, g.e. (rebacked), in case, 
Basilae In Officina Frobeniana, 1535, folio (169), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, £165 

[From the library .of Jean Grolier. On page 444, in 
probably Grolier's own hand, is " lo Grolierij Lugdunen 
et amicorum." Collation : 230 leaves, partly paged. 
Illustration in catalogue.] 

Erasmus (Des). Epistola, ad illustriss, Principe ac Duce 
Saxoniae, &c. Fridericu, roman letter, 33 lines to a page, 
border to first page (ai.), a in 6, hf. cl. {s.n., Leipzig, M. 
Lotter, c. 1519], sm. 4to. (168), Dec. 10, Christie 

Tregaskis, £1 15s, 

Erasmus (Des.) In Novum Testamentum Annotationes, 

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woodcut borders and initials (a few small wormholes), 
contemp. oak bds., stamped leather, remains of clasps, 
Basikis, 15 19, folio (1040), Jan. 22, Sotheby Bull, £1 28. 

Erasmus (Des). In Novum Testamentum Annotationes, two 
woodcut borders and ornamental initials (large copy, but 
some leaves stained), contemp. English royal oak bds. 
and leather, with stamped borders of Tudor rose, port- 
cullis, etc., centre panels (rebacked, sides well preserved), 
Basileae, apud Joannem Frobenium, 1527, folio (3085), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £6 5s. 

Erasmus (Des). In Novum Testamentum Annotationes, two 
woodcut borders, woodcut device on title, woodcut 
initials (upper margin of title mended, a few leaves 
stained), contemp. English royal binding of oak bds. and 
leather, stamped borders of Tudor rose, etc., with centre 
panels, clasps wanting, joints mended, Apud I. Ravra- 
corum, Basileam, 1527, folio (902), June 17, Sotheby 

Thorp, £1^ 

Erasmus (Des.) Moriae Encomium, Froben's second ed., 
roman letter, title by Hans Holbein (a-z, A-K4, l6), Basle,. 
J. Froben, 1517 — De Copia Verborum, etc., roman letter, 
title within woodcut border (by one of the Holbeins), 
ornamental initials (a-z, A-G4, h6), ib., 15 17 — Sileni Alci- 
biadis : Scarabeus, roman letter, 2 titles without borders 
(42 leaves, numbered), ib., 15 17 — Bellum, roman letter 
(20 leaves), ib., 15 17 — Querela Pacis, etc., roman letter, 
4 titles, with woodcut borders by Holbein, etc., orna- 
mental initials by the same (324 leaves, numbered), ih., 
1517, in 2 vol., russ. gt. (from the Marquis d'Adda's col- 
lection, with monogram on sides), sm. 4to. (165), Dec. 10, 
Christie Maggs, £(> 

Erasmus (Des.) Moriae Encomium, italic letter, Greek title 
within border and printer's device, cf., Argentinae Apud 
loannem Knoblouchium, 1522, i2mo. (166), Dec. 10, 
Christie Tregaskis, £2 

Erasmus (Des.) Praise of FoUe, Englished by Sir Thomas 
Chaloner, first ed., hlack letter, contemp. cf., clean copy, 
T. Berthelet, 1549 (1569 in colophon), sm. 4to. (3093), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £2$ 

Ercologe, ou Livre de I'Eglise, a 1' Usage du Diocese de Paris 
(some leaves stained), Paris, Libraires Associes, 1769, Svo. 
(112), April 8, Sotheby Edwards, £40 

[XVIII. century French mor. gt., tooling of flower 
scrolls interspersed with daisies, etc., g.e. (Le Monnier). 
Illustration in catalogue.] 

Erdeswick (S.) Survey of Staffordshire, with additions by 
Thos. Harwood, plates, some extra inserted, 1844, 8vo. 
(33). J^ri. 22, Sotheby Walford, 19s. 

Escher (A. von). Schweizer Truppen in fremden Diensten, 50 
col. places of military costume, mounted on cards, in 
portfolio, as issued, n.d., folio (3228), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Sharp, £s 5s. 

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Eschuid (Joh.) Summa Astrologiae judicialis, lit. rem., 2 
prel. leaves, 306 numbered leaves (badly paged) and leaf 
of " Registrum," with signs. [Hain *6685, Proctor 
5184, Pellechet 4626], woodcut mappemonde on f. 4, 
astrological diagrams and floreate initials, modern cf., 
Venetiis, impressum per Joannem Lucilium Santntter, 
Impensis Francisci Bolani, 1489, sm. folio (3096), Nov. 
22, Sotheby Quaritch, £g los. 

Escuteaux (Sieur des). Les Avantureuses Fortunes d'Ipsilis 
et Alixee, 2 parts in i vol., orig. veil., Part I., Rouen, T. 
Dare, 1604 — Part II,, ih., T. du Bray, 1605, i2mo. (488), 
May 14. Sotheby Ellis, £^ los. 

Esemplario de Lavori. See Zoppino (Nic.) 

Espejo de Principes y Cavalleros, en el qual en tres libros se 
euentan los immortales hechos del Cauallero del Febo, y 
de su hermano Rosicler, hijos del grande Emperador Tre- 
bacio, etc., 4 parts in 2 vol., three titles, roman letter 
(some leaves stained), mor. ex., CaragOQU, por Juan de 
Lanaja y Quartane ; y por Pedro de Carharte, a costa de 
luan de Bonilla mercador de Libros, 1617-23, folio (489), 
May 14, Sotheby Quaritch, £1^ 

Espinosa (P.) Prim era Parte (all published) d-e la Flores de 
Poetas Ilustres de Espaiia, second issue, with the 12 pre- 
liminary leaves and reprints of the folios 126, 127, 202 
and 203, mor. ex., g.e., by Bedford, from the Huth Ubrary, 
Valladolid, Por L. Sanchez, 1605, sm. 4to. (273), Dec. 6, 
Hodgson Davis & Orioli, £^ 4s. 

[£^, orig. veil., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 950.] 

Esquemeling (Jno.) Bucaniers of America, first ed., the 4 
parts complete, map, ports, and folded plates (corners of 
a few leaves stained), old russ. gt., g.e., Wm. Crooke, 
1684-5, sm. 4to. (869), May 14, Sotheby ;^37 

Esquemeling (Jno.) [Bucaniers of America.] Histoire des 
Avanturiers qui se sont signalez dans les Indes, etc., par 
Alex. Olivier Oexmelin, front., maps and plates, 2 vol., 
cf. ex., Paris, Jacques le Febure, 1688, post 8vo. (791), 
May 14, Sotheby H. Stevens, £2 i8s. 

Esquemeling (Jno.) Bucaniers of America, third English ed., 
25 maps and plates, orig. cf., T. Newborough and others, 
1704, 8vo. (792), May 14, Sotheby Maggs, £g 15s. 

Essex (Jno.) Dancing-Master (The) : Or, The Whole Art and 
Mystery of Dancing Explained ... in two parts, second 
ed., engravings, some folding, and vignettes, cf. gt., g.e., 
by Riviere, London, Printed and Sold by him at his House, 
1 73 1, sq. 8vo. (170), Dec. 3, American Art Association 

$27.50 

Essex Champion (The), or the Famous History of Sir Billy 
of Billericay and his Squire Ricardo, etc., woodcut on 
title, printed on straw paper, hf. bd., /. Blare at the 
Looking Glass on London Bridge [c. 1690], sm. 4 to. (181), 
Dec. 6, Hodgson Dobell, £1 19s. 

Essex House Song Book (The), being the Collection of Songs 

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formed for the Singers of the Guild of Handicraft, by C. R. 
and Janet E. Ashbee, musical notes, hmited to 200 copies, 
2 vol., hf. veil., uncut, Essex House Press, 1905, sm. 4to. 
(1088), July 22, Sotheby Hejjfer, U 

Etcher (The). 5 plates, Vol. ii.-iv. (only), 1880-2, folio (198). 
Feb. 20, Sotheby Whittingham, £2 17s. 

Etherege (Sir Geo.) Comical Revenge, or Love in a Tub, 
mor. ex., g.e., by F. Bedford, 1669, 4to. (1474), April 8, 
Sotheby Sotheran, £2 2S. 

Euclid. Elementorum Geometriae, lib. XV. (cum praefatione 
S. Grynaii), graec6, first ed., woodcut diagrams, device on 
title and last leaf (wormholes, title written on), mor., 
Basileae, apud J. Hervagium, 1533, folio (608), July 22, 
Sotheby Samuels, £2 15s. 

Euclid. Elements of Geometric, trans, by H. Billingsley, 
Preface by Dr. John Dee, first ed., woodcut title of the 
sciences, large head of Daye the printer at end, contemp. 
English oak bds. and leather, outer and inner borders of 
small stamps, with a centre band of foliage, with initials 
R. P. [see Weale, 236, for outer border, the others not 
identified], large copy, having duplicate leaves for Cc j 
and 6, the stamps in first-rate state, Printed by John 
Daye, over Aldersgate, 1570, folio (3098), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Edwards, /13 15s. 

Euclid. Opera, ex recensione D. Gregorii, front., woodcut 
diagrams, old English mor. gt., Harleian style, g.e., 
Oxoniae, 1703, folio (117). April 29, Sotheby Heffer, £y 

Euripides. Medea, ed. R. Porson, large paper, on veil., 
orig. bds., CantabrigicB , 1801, 8vo. (754), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Ellis, £2 I2S. 

Euripides. Tragoediae septemdecim (Graece), first Aldine ed.,. 
italic letter, title to each tragedy, 2 vol. in i, mor. ex., 
Aldine device in gold on sides, g.e., Venetiis, apud Aldum 
mense Februario, 1503, 8vo. (218), June 10, Sotheby 

Maggs. £8 8s. 

European Magazine and London Review, from its commence- 
ment to December, 181 7, plates, maps (some headlines 
and foot-notes shaved), etc., 72 vol., hf. cf. (some vols, 
broken), not subject to return, 1782-1817, 8vo. (769), Jan. 
22, Sotheby Edwards, £5 los. 

Eusebius Cremonensis. Beschreibiig des heyligen Bischoffs 
Eusebii .... von dem leben vn sterben, desselben hey- 
ligsten Hieronymi, etc., got()ic letter, 35 long lines to a 
page, on reverse of title a full-page cut of " S. Jerome 
in a Cave," by Diirer, dated 15 12, bds., N umber g, H. 
Holzel, 1514, sm. 4to. (170), Dec. lo, Christie 

Quar itch, £11 lis. 
[Collation: a8, BC4, d8, E-G4 = 36 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Eusebius Pamphilus. Historia Ecclesiastica, lib. XL (per 
Ruffinum Latine translata), ed. princeps, lit. flot^., 128 
leaves, Without marks [Hain ♦6708, Proctor 289], rubri- 
cated, painted initials (wormed), mor. ex., by Mackenzie, 

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Absque ulla nota [Argent., H. Eggestein, c. 1470], sm. 
folio (3102), Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £j^ 

Eusebius Pamphilus. Historia Ecclesiastica, lib. XI., per 
Rufinum de Greco in Latinu traducta, lit. QOtl)., 204 
leaves [Hain 6709, Campbell *7ii, Proctor 8841], 
painted initials, contemp. Netherlands oak bds. and 
leather, with small stamps (rebacked, under cover dam- 
aged, top cover fairly well preserved), s.l. et n., " mocccco 
Lxxiiiio " [Ultrajecti, per N . Ketelaer & Gerhard de Leempt], 
folio (3103), Nov. 22, Sotheby Lloyd, ;^26 

Eusebius Pamphilus. Historia Ecclesiastica, lit. rom., 218 
leaves (no blanks), without marks [Hain *67io. Proctor 
3398, Pellechet 4637], rubricated, painted capitals, old 
cf., clean copy, [colophon] Millesimo. cccc.lxxv.. Die 
x.v. Mail . . completu est hoc opus Rome [Phihppus de 
Lignamine, 1476], folio (3104), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Davis 6- Orioli, ;^io 

Eusebius Pamphilus. Historia Ecclesiastica, Latine, a Rufhno 
interprete, lit. rom., 171 leaves [Hain *67ii, gives 170 
leaves only], old French mor. gt,, g.e. (Derome), Mantuae, 
Johann. Schall, 1479, sm. folio (1089), July 22, Sotheby 

Maggs, £12 5s. 

Eustathius. Gli Amori d'Ismenio, di Greco tradotti per Lelio 
Carani, mor. gt., silk fly-leaves, g.e., by F. Torrini of Siena, 
Firenze, 1.01. ToYrentino, 1550, 8vo, (628), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Gaston, £5 

Eutropius et Paulus Diaconus. De Historiis italice provincie 
ac Romanorum, ed. princeps, lit. rom., 104 leaves [Hain 
♦6726, Proctor 3406], painted capitals (some leaves 
water-stained), old mor , Etruscan ornaments on back, 
side festoon borders and centre ornamental panels, g.e., 
finely bd. (Lakelands copy, £5 7s. 6d. in 1891), [colophon] 
. . Rome, Impressus Anno dni m.cccc.lxxi. die lune xx. 
Mensis Mail . . s. n. impressoris (Georgius Lauer, 1471), 
sm. folio (3107), Nov. 22, Sotheby Tregaskis, £2,^ 

Evangelische Lanterne (Die) . . . gheapprobeert van Meester 
Godscalck Rosemondt ende Meester Ruwaert va En- 
chusen doctoren under godheyt Te loeven, Ut. QOtf)., wood- 
cut initials, all col. by hand, text rubricated, contemp. 
Netherlands leather, stamped centre panels representing 
a figure of S. Roche, with legend, 3 small stamps, clasp, 
in first-rate state [not in Weale], Gheprint Tantwerpen by 
my Willem Vosterman . . 1525 {with device), 8vo. (3108), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £11 5s. 

Evelyn (Jno.) Acetaria, a Discourse of Salletts, first ed. 
(foxed), orig. sheep (worn), B. Tooke, 1699, 8vo. (513), 
Aug. 7, Sotheby Quaritch, £\ 2S. 

[Evelyn (Jno.)] Character of England as it was . . . plain 
upper margin of title cut away), cf. gt., 1659, 8vo. (744), 
Jan. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £^ 6s. 

Evelyn (Jno.) Diary, ed. by Wm. Bray, with a Life of the 

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Author by H. B. Wheatley, ports., 4 vol., cf. ex., g.t., 
by Rividre, 1879, Svo. (141), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Daffern, £^ iSs. 

Evelyn (Jno.) Memoirs, ed. by Wm. Bray and Lord Bray- 
brooke, port., folding pedigree and plates, 5 vol., tree cf. 
gt., m.e., 1827, Svo. (137), July 22, Sotheby kitnell, £2 i8s. 

Evelyn (Jno.) Publick Employment and an Active Life 
prefer'd to Solitude, first ed., with the errata slip, name on 
title, old sheep, 1667, i2mo. (858), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Dobell, £^ 5s. 

Evelyn (Jno.) The French Gardiner, plates by Hertocks (last 
2 leaves defective and a few side-notes cut into), orig. cf., 
i6gi, i2mo. (564), Aug. 7, Sotheby Pickering, £1 5s. 

Exhortationes Novitiorum. CoUoquiu iesu cu puero Dyalogus 
iesu z senis, orig. ed., flot^ic letter, 39 lines to a page, title 
with woodcut of the patron of Deventer (Liafwin), painted 
initials [Hain 6777, Proctor 8998], hf. cf., Impressum 
Dauenirie In platea episcopi [R. Paffroet], 1491, sm. 4to. 
(171), Dec. 10, Christie Quay itch, £^ 15s. 

Eximines. See Ximenes 

Exposition de I'Grigine, des Constitutions, Ceremonies, &c. des 
Frdres de Boheme et de Moravie [with a trans, of the Act 
of 1747 inviting the Sect " a former des etablissemens 
dans I'Amerique Britanique "], 16 folding plates, five of 
which depict ceremonies amongst the N. A. Indians, 
the Colonists, etc. (some margins wormed), bds., 1758 
(474), Dec. 12, Hodgson Stevens, Son & Stiles, £10 

Expositiones terminorum regum Anglorum, et Natura Brevium 
blacit letter, 2 woodcuts at end (damp-stained), orig. cf.. 
Without place or printer's name, xv. Julii, 1527, i6mo. 
(118), April 29, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^ii 

Eyb (Albertus de). Margaritica Poetica, lit. rom., 324 leaves, 
the first blank [Hain *68i9, Proctor 3364, Pellechet 
4703], rubricated, painted initial on first page, capitals 
painted, contemp. German (? Lemburg) oak bds. and 
stamped leather, the covers with centre panels,^metal 
corners (one missing), centre bosses and clasps, engraved 
with " Ave Maria," orig. paper title-label on back, book 
and binding in fine state, from Wm. Morris's library {£^ 
5s. in 1898), [colophon] . . Per ingeniosiim virum Magistru 
Udalricu Han Alamanu . . non calamo . sed nova artis ac 
solerti industrie genere Rome impressa. Anno . . mcccclxxv. 
die. X. mensis decembris, folio (31 10), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £2^ 

Eyb (Albertus de). Margarita Poetica, lit. rom., 142 leaves, 
including blanks at beginning and end [Hain 6821, Proctor 
7858, Pellechet 4705], illuminated initial on first page, 
rubricated, painted capitals, modern mor. (Ashbumham 
copy. £^ I OS. in 1897), [colophon] . . Impressumq^. Parisius 
p Magistrum Ulriciim Gering, Anno m.cccc.lxxviii. die 
vero penitltima mensis Novembris (1478), sm. folio (31 11). 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £15 10s. 

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Eyb (Albertus de) . Ob einem Man gezimeziinemen ein Eeweib 
Oder nit, sampt der antwort darauff, aus den alten Philo- 
sophis, Oratoren vnnd Poeten bevvert, got^ic letter, 78 
leaves, 33 lines to a page, woodcut of a marriage on title 
and 25 others cuts in text, mor. ex., g.e., by F. Bedford 
(from the Huth collection, £14 los. in 1913), Gedmckt zu 
Augspurg durch Heinrich Steiner, 1540, sm. 4to. (172), 
Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £2^ los. 

E5nnericus (Nic.) Directorium inquisitorii. Sequuntur decre- 
tales tituli de summa trinitate et fide catholica, first ed.,. 
flOttjic letter, printed on veil., double columns, 41 lines, 
with signatures, ornamental initials, sides of an orig. 
stamped leather binding inserted as doublures, joints, 
g.e., by F. Bedford, collation : a-i 8, k-n 12, o-z 8, f 8, ? 8,. 
)/ 8, i 8, Impressum harghinone per iohanem luschner Ale- 
manum. Subfactis z expensis Reuerendissimi dhi Didaci de 
deQa Epi Palentini Comitz pnie, 1503, 28 Sept., sm. folio 
(263), March 18, Christie Quaritch, ;^I35 

Eyton (R. W.) Antiquities of Shropshire, woodcuts, maps 
and pedigrees, 12 vol. in 6, mor. gt., g.e., by Hayday, 
300 copies printed, 1854-60, roy. 8vo. (746), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £i(y 

\£i'i, cf. ex., g.e. {Walford), the 12 vol. in 11, June 28, 
191 7, Hodgson, Lot 188 ; ^15, hf. mor. (rubbed), 12 vol., 
July 29, Sotheby, Lot 309.] 

Eyton (T. C.) Osteologia Avium, plates, 2 vol. (without 
supplement), Wellington, Salop, 1867, 4to. (161), Feb. 20,. 
Sotheby Parkinson, £1 

Faber (G. S.) Origin of Pagan Idolatry, first ed., fronts., 3 
vol., cf., 1 8 16, 4to. (629), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Heffer, £1 i6s. 

Faber (Jno., the elder). Portraits of the Founders of Colleges 
in Oxford and Cambridge, no title, 43 (should be 45) 
mezzotint ports, within red ruled borders, old veil, gt.,, 
(1712), folio (138), July 22, Sotheby Maggs, ^31 

[MS. inscription on fly-leaf reads : " This was the very 
book presented to the Duke of Ormonde by Faber," and 
the plates are of the first impression.] 

Fabri di Rieti (Alberto). Arcani Politici e Documenti Morali, 
contemp. Italian mor. gt., fan-shape ornaments, blue 
edges, Bologna, MDLVI. {sic pro 1656), sm. 4to. (104), 
Dec, 17, Sotheby Parsons, £^ i8s, 

Fabri (J.) Musica libris quatuor demonstrata, diagrams (a- 
few leaves damp-stained, last leaf defective), orig. veil., 
Parisiis, 1552, 4to. (92), May 13, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 

Fabritius (A. C. de). Libro della Origine delli Volgare Proverbi 
(inverse) [the title reads "Ady /Tumigna /Vis /Procul / 
Hinc/ Abeste/ Profani."/], lit. ital., double columns (4 
prel, leaves and cxciiii. numbered leaves), modern mor. 
ex., g.e. (C. Hering), not subject to return, Vinegia,. 
Bernardino et Matheo di I Vitali Frotelli Venetiani, 1526, 
folio (253), Dec. 17, Sotheby Quaritch, £S 

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Fabritius (A. C. de). Libro della Origine delli Volgari Pro- 
verbi, italic letter, double columns, first page with an 
ornamental woodcut border (cut along fore-edge), wood- 
cut initials, one or two leaves mended, mor. ex., g.e., 
Stampata in Vinegia, per maestro Bernardino cS* Maestro 
Matheo de i Vitali Fratelli, 1526, sm. folio (219), June 10, 
Sotheby Davis S' Orioli,£io 15s. 

Fabulen der Dieren. De Warachtige Fabulen der Dieren, 
roman and italic letter, woodcut on title and 107 other 
woodcuts in the text, by Gheeraerts, a-z, Aa-Ee4=ii2 
leaves, orig. sheep, Ghedruct te Britgghe . . . by Pieter de 
Clerck, 1567, sm. 4to. (173), Dec. 10, Christie 

H. Stevens, £i(i los. 

Fac-similes of Water-Colour Drawings, by British Artists, 
5 col. plates only, bds., w.a.f., 1825, folio (560), Jan. 23, 
Puttick Brown, £^ los. 

[Fail (Noel de).] Les Contes et Discours d'Eutrapel, old cf., 
Rennes, pour NoSl Glamet, 1597, 8vo. (493), May 14, 
Sotheby Dobell, £2 

Fair Representation of his Majesty's Right to Nova-Scotia 
or Acadie, briefly stated from the Memorials of the Eng- 
lish Commissaries, unbd., Edward Owen, 1756, 8vo. (16), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Arrow, £1 12s. 

Familiar Illustrations of the Language of Mathematics, by 
W. A. G., 9 col. plates, in wrappers, as issued, Ackermann 
and Co. (1850), oblong folio (3229), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Richeton, £2 los. 

Farinator (Matt.) [Lumen Animae.] F. 2 : Ij Liber moralita- 
tum elegantissimus magnaru rerum naturalium Lumen 
anima dictus. cum septem apparitoribus . . . semi-flotllif 
letter, 3 ornamental initials, pigskin, g.e., with title on 
same in bright gold (ex-libris of the Marquis d'Adda), 
[s.n., Augsburg, G. Zainer, 1477], folio (174), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, ;^io los. 

[Second ed. Hain * 10330, Proctor 1552. Large copy, 
with some uncut leaves and colophon. Collation : 350 
leaves, unnumbered : ff. i and 49 are blank.] 

iFarinator (Matt.)] Lumen Animae, lit. flOt^. (three types), 
274 leaves, the first and last blank [Hain * 10333, Proctor 
413, Pellechet 4749], [colophon] . . [s.n. impr.. Argent., 
printer oj 1481 Legenda Aurea] [1482] — Bernardus (S.) 
Sermones super Cantica Canticorum, lit. QOX\). magna 
(index in smaller type), long lines, 37 to a full page, index 
4 leaves, text 204 leaves, without marks, rubricated, 
painted initials, [colophon in red] . . Impressi in Roztock 
per fratres Cols vitae ad Sanctu Michaelem anno . . Mil- 
lesimoquadringentesimooctuagesimopmo, qnto kaledas Au- 
gusti, with device [1481], in i vol., con temp. Augsburg (?) 
oak bds. and pigskin, stamped in panels, 10 metal bosses 
and clasp catches, binding and text in fine state, from the 
monastic Ibirary of SS. Ulric and Affra of Augsburg, 
thick sm. folio (3116), Nov. 22, Sotheby Lloyd, £^^ 

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Farmer (J. S.) National Ballad and Song — Merry Songs and 
Ballads, prior to the year a.d. 1800, together 5 vol., bds., 
uncut, Privately printed for Subscribers only, 1897, sm. 
4to. (871), May" 14 , Sotheby G. H. Brown, £^ 15s. 

Farmer (J. S.) and Henley (W. E.) Slang and its Analogues, 
one of 750 signed copies, 7 vol., hf. cf. gt., uncut, 1870- 
1904, 4to. (522), March 25, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £6 15s. 

Farmer (J. S.) and Henley (W. E.) Slang and its Analogues, 
revised ed., 7 vol., bds., uncut, Printed for Subscribers 
only, 1909, sm. 4to. (872), May 14, Sotheby 

G. H. Brown, £6 los. 

Farmer (Jno.) History of the Town and Abbey of Waltham, 
plates, 8vo., inlaid to folio size, and extra illustrated with 
47 views and ports., cf.. Printed for the author, 1735, folio 
(1071), Oct. 23, Sotheby Rimell, £^ los. 

Farnaby (Thos.) Florilegium Epigrammatum Graecorum, 
first ed., old cf. (rebacked) (few leaves stained), 1629, 
8vo. (155), May 23, Puttick Maggs, £2 los. 

Fasciculus Temporum. See Rolewinck (W.) 

Felibien (A.) Principes de 1' Architecture, de la Sculpture, de 
la Peinture, plates, contemp. French mor., g.e., Paris, 
J. B. Coignard, 1676, 4to. (602), April 29, Sotheby 

Thorp, £7 

[Felibien (A.)] Tapisseries du Roi, engraved titles, plates and 
vignettes, orig. cf., arms of Louis XIV., Paris, de I'lm- 
primerie royale, 1670, folio (601), April 29, Sotheby 

Rimell, £11 los. 

Felicia, ou mes Fredaines, plates, 4 vol. in 2, mor. ex., by 
Hardy, Londres [c. 1770], 24mo. (281), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Edwards, £5 los. 

Felicianus (Fr.) De Diuina Predestinatoe, got^ic letter, 15 
leaves, woodcut on title [Hain *6954, Proctor 2429], old 
bds. (old cuts pasted on inside cover) [Speier, Conr. Hist], 
1495, sm. 4to. (175), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £2, los. 

Fellowes (W. D.) Visit to the Monastery of La Trappe, col. 
plates, hf. cf., 1818, 8vo. (432), May 23, Puttick £2 5s. 

Fellowes (W. D.) Visit to the Monastery of La Trappe, col. 
plates, mor., g.e., McLean, 1820, 8vo. (193), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Edwards, i6s. 

Fenelon (F.) Les Avantures de Telemaque, front, by Montu- 
lay, 72 plates after Monnet and 24 plates of summaries 
within borders, vignette beneath, 2 vol., old French mor. 
gt., g.e., from the library of Firmin-Didot, with the name 
" Didot " stamped on backs, [Paris'] de V Imprimerie de 
Monsieur, 1785, 4to. (140), July 22, Sotheby 

B. F. Stevens, £^2 
[£S los., cf. ex., in one vol., containing front., plates 
and summaries, but without the letterpress, same sale. 
Lot 141.] 

Fenestella (Lucius). De Magistratibus Romanorum, lit. rom., 
46 leaves, the last blank [Hain 6964, Proctor 5895], hf. 
bd., [colophon] . . Impressum Mediolani i Calendis mensis 

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Februarii m.cccc.lxxvii., sm. 4to. (3133), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Maggs, £g 

Fenestella (Lucius). De Magistratibus Romanorum Magis- 
tratibus incipit [Acced. Albricus Philosophus de Imagini- 
bus Deorum], lit. rem., 52 leaves, with signs. [Hain 6963, 
Proctor 6279], Absque ulla nota [Florentiae, Bartholomeo 
di Libri, c, 1487-90] — Sallustius. Bellum Catilinarium et 
Jugurthinum (cum prefatione Pomponii Laeti et Vita 
Sallustii), lit. rom., 142 leaves, including orig. blank for 
a j and one for t 8 at end (the latter wanting) [Hain * 142 17, 
Proctor 3844], contemp. MS. notes and 15 leaves of MS. 
at end, [colophon] Impressus Romae, per M. Eucharium 
Silber, alias Franck, m.ccccxc. tertia nonas Aprilis, in i 
vol., old roman mor., with arabesque ornaments and 
head of Julius Caesar in centres, gt. gauffred edges (re- 
backed), sm. 4to. (3134), Nov. 22, Sotheby Ellis, £'] los. 

Fenestella (Lucius). De Magistratibus Romanorum, italic letter, 
woodcut border to title attributed to Holbein, al8, M4 = 92 
leaves, old veil, (old armorial ex-libris), BasilecB apud 
Valentinum Curionem, 1523, 12 mo. (176), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £1 los. 

Fenestella (Lucius). De Magistratibus Romanoru, italic letter, 
title within a woodcut border after Holbein, a-l8 = 88 
leaves, unnumbered, bds. [s.n., Cdln, ? E. Cervicornus, c. 
1530], i2mo. (177), Dec. 10, Christie Sotheran, i6s. 

Fenestella (Lucius). De Magistratibus Romanorum, Lutetiae, 
ex. off. Rob. Stephani, 1549 — Sententiae Veterum Poet- 
arum, per Georgium Maiorem in locos communes digestae, 
etc., lb., 1551, in i vol., contemp. English cf. gt., line 
sides with gt. corner fleurons and device of a crowned 
falcon. Queen Elizabeth's copy with the badge used by 
her in memory of her mother. Queen Anne BuUen, in 
excellent state, in case, 8vo. (3135), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £^6 

Fenton (G.) Certaine Tragicall Discourses, black letter, mor. 
ex., g.e., title inlaid (last leaf in fac, a few margins written 
on), not subject to return, Thomas Marshe, 1567, 4to. 
(3205), Feb. 25, Sotheby D obeli, £6 los. 

Fenton (R.) Historical Tour through Pembrokeshire, plates, 
cf., 1810, 4to. (516), Jan. 23, Puttick Arnett, £1 2s. 6d. 

Fergusson (Jas.) Tree and Serpent Worship, 100 plates and 
21 woodcuts, hf. mor., 1868, 4to. (362), March 4, Christie 

Thacker, £5 5s. 

Fernandez (Diego). Primera, y Segunda Parte de la Historia 
del Peru, orig. and only eds., the 2 parts complete in i vol. 
(with separate titles and pagination), orig. veil, (small 
stain on corners of few leaves at end) (reproduction of 
title-page in catalogue), Sevilla en Casa de Hernando 
Diaz, 1571, sm. folio (642), Nov. 19, American Art Associa- 
tion ^ $95 

Fernandez (Geron.) Libro Primero (y Segundo) del valeroso 
e inuencible Principe don Belianis de Grecia, 2 parts, 

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continuous foliation and signatures, separate titles, each 
with large woodcut (equestrian port.), roman letter, old 
mor. gt. tooled, fine copy, En Burgos, por Alonso y Estevan 
Rodriguez. 1587, folio (495), May 14, Sotheby 

Edwards, £1^ los. 

Feme (Jno.) Blazon of Gentrie, first ed., woodcuts of arms, 
con temp. " Index Rerum " by " Ja. Balfour, Kynardiae 
Miles, Leo Rex Armorum " on fly-leaves and the above 
inscription on title, new veil, gt., John Windet for Toby 
Cooke, 1586, sm. 4to. (653), Feb. 20, Sotheby Maggs, £y 

Ferrandus (Thos.) Epistolae, Latine, roman letter, 25 long 
lines to a full page, without marks, 10 leaves (wormed), 
s.l.a. typ. n. [c. 1475] — Dictys Cretensis. Historia Troiana, 
roman letter, 54 leaves, without marks (wormed) [Hain 
6156, Proctor 5857], Impressum Mediolani .... 1477 
{Milan, Philippus of Lavagna], together in i vol., old 
mor. ex., g.e. (from the Pembroke collection, £^0 in June, 
1914), sm. 4to. (267), March 18, Christie Ellis, £7.0 

Ferrari (Filippi). Costumi di Roma, 29 col. plates, cf., Roma, 
182^, 4to. (277), Dec. 19, Hodgson Atkinson, £1 i8s. 

Feiiillet (M.) Art of Dancing, trans, by P. Siris (? by John 
Weaver), diagrams, musical notation, hf. cf., 1706, 4to. 
(83), May 13, Sotheby Quaritch, £5 

Fewterer (Jno.) Myrrour, or Glasse of Christes Passion (trans, 
by John Fewterer), first ed. of this trans., blacit letter, title 
within woodcut border by Holbein (with his initials), cut 
on reverse of title and one before the text, mor. ex., g.e., 
Imprynted . . . in Flete Strete at the Sygne of the George by 
me Robert Redman [with device), 1534, sm. folio (1146), 
July 22, Sotheby Bailey, £150 

Feyrabend (S.) Geschlechter Buch : Darinn der loblichen 
Kaiserliche Reichsstatt Augspurg, so von Fiinflhundert 
und mehr Jaren hero daselbst gewonet . . etc., erste Aus- 
gabe (a Wapenbiich of German princes), 4 parts complete, 
4 titles and 156 full-page woodcuts of German kings, 
knights, etc. in armour with their armorial bearings, by 
Jost Amman, contemp. German stamped pigskin, Franck- 
fort a. M., S. Feyerabend, 1580, sm. folio (1090), July 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £6 15s. 

Ficino (Marsilio). De le tre Vite, recata in buona lingua 
volgare. In Venetia, per M. Tramezzino, 1548 — Di Galeno 
delli Mezzi che si possono tenere per Conservarsi la Sanita, 
ib., 1549 — Opera Utilissima di Arnaldo di Villa nuova, di 
conservare la Sanita, tradotta in lingua Italiana, ib., in 
I vol., contemp. Venetian mor., sides covered with gt. 
ornaments, 2 lions rampant, with fleurons and stamped 
initials L. P., gt. gauffred edges, in fine state, 8vo. (3 141), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Edwards, £1-^ los. 

Ficino (Marsilio). Epistolae, roman letter, 254 leaves, Nurem- 
berg wooden bds. and pigskin, blind stamped, clasps (re- 
backed), uncut at bottom [Hain *7o62. Proctor 21 13], 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [fin 

contemp. MS. on fly-leaves, NUrnberg, Ant. Koberger, 
1497, sm. 4to. (178), Dec. 10, Christie QuarUch, £3 los. 

Field of Mars, being an Alphabetical Digestion of the Principal 
Naval and Military Engagements in Europe, Asia, Africa 
and America, first ed., 2 fronts, and upwards of 70 maps, 
charts, plans, ports, and views of battles and sea-fights, 

2 vol. in I, hf. cf., 1801, 4to, (184), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Spencer, 12s. 

Fielding (Copley). Picturesque Illustrations of the River 
Wye, LARGE PAPER, 28 col. aquatints, hf. mor., t.e.g., 
182 1, foHo (836), April 29, Sotheby Bain, £i(> 

Fielding (H.) History of Amelia, first ed., 4 vol., old cf. gt., 
1752 — History of Tom Jones, 4 vol., old cf. gt., 1768, 
together 8 vol., 1752-68, 8vo. (121), April 29, Sotheby 

Shepherd, £^ 7s. 6d. 

Fielding (H.) History of Tom Jones, 6 vol., 1749 — History of 
Amelia, 4 vol., 1752 — History of Joseph Andrews, 2 vol., 
1742, together 12 vol., first eds., cf. ex , by Riviere, A, 
Millar, 1742-52, 8vo. (271), March 18, Christie Garth, £58 

Fielding (H.) Miscellanies, first ed., large paper, 3 vol., old 
cf., 1743, 8vo. {120), April 29, Sotheby Bain, £6 los. 

Fielding (H.) [Works.] Dramatic Works, first collected ed., 

3 vol., hf. cf., 1755, 8vo. (830), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Edwards, £^ 

Fielding (H.) Works, ed. by A. Murphy, port., 10 vol., of., 

g.e., 182 1, 8vo. (370), Jan. 23, Puttick Bumpus, £7 15s. 

[£^, mor. gt., g.e., July 22, Sotheran, Lot 144.] 

Fielding (H.) Works, ed. by LesHe Stephen, ed. de luxe, 

port, and plates, India proofs, 10 vol., buckram, uncut, 

1882, imp. 8vo. (831), Nov. 5, Sotheby Hardy, £^ 4s. 

Fielding (T. H.) History of British Castles, 25 col. plates, 

hf. roan, 1825, oblong 4to. (231), Dec. 19, Hodgson 

Brown, £^ 5s. 
Fielding (T. H.) Picturesque Description of the River Wye, 
col. plates, orig. cl. (loose), 1841, 4to. (3206), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Halton, £^ 12s. 6d. 

Fielding (T. H.) Twenty Aquatint Coloured Engravings of 
Landscape Scenery, principally Views in and near Bath, 
after Benjamin Barker, 20 col. plates, mounted as draw- 
ings, mor., pubhshed by subscription, Frome, 1824, oblong 
4to. (358), Dec. 12, Hodgson Spencer, £5 5s. 

[;^i6, hf. roan, plates mounted, April 29, Sotheby, Lot 

837-] 

Fielding (T. H.) and Walton (J.) Picturesque Tour of the 

English Lakes, 48 col. plates, hf. cf. gt., R. Ackermann, 

182 1, 4to. (34), Dec. 6, Hodgson Lowe Brothers, £^ 7s. 6d. 

[/lo los., mor. gt., g.e., fine copy, Feb. 25, Sotheby,. 

Lot 2956; £6 los., old russ., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 838.] 

Fincham (B. H. W.) Artists and Engravers of British and 
American ^ook-Plates, with a duplicate set of 57 plates 
on Japanese paper (limited to 15 signed copies), wrap- 
pers, 1897, 4to. (722), Dec. 12, Hodgson £1 12s. 

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Pinelli (Octavio). Histoire Negre-pontique con tenant la Vie 
et les Amours d'Alexandre Castriot et d'Olympe la belle 
Grecque, mis en ordre par I. Baudoin, seconde ed., 2 vol., 
con temp. French mor. gt., g.e., Paris, chez Musier, 1731, 
8vo. (496), May 14, Sotheby Tregaskis, £2 12s. 

Finlay (Geo.) History of Greece, ed. by H. F. Tozer, port., 
7 vol., cf. ex., by Riviere, Oxford, 1868-77, ^^o. (149), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Quaritch, £4 

Fiori Diversi. See De Rossi (G. B.) 

Fire of London. Tracts. Londini quod Reliquum, or Londons 
Remains, port, of Charles II. by Faithorne (cut round and 
inlaid), plates by Hollar, etc., chiefly cut round and inlaid 
(a few headlines shaved, hole in title), S. Gellibrand, 1667 
— Conflagratio Londiniensis, plates by Hollar (inlaid) 
inserted (title mended, headlines cut into), 1667 — [Ford 
(S.)] Londini Renascentis, front, and port, of Charles II. 
(cut into), map (defective), title defective, 1668 — London's 
Resurrection, folding map as front, (cut into), folding 
plate by W. Hollar, 1669, and others, in i vol., several 
plates inserted, cf. gt., g.e., by Riviere, v.y.. 4to. (606), 
March 25, Sotheby Rimell, £^1 5s. 

Firenzuola (A.) Le Rime, printed in italics, mor., g.e., by F. 
Bedford, Fiorenza, Bern. Giunta, 1549, 8vo. (646), Dec. 
17, Sotheby France, £1 

Firmin (Thos.) Life of Thomas Firmin, Citizen of London, 
bds., A. Baldwin, 1698, 8vo. (82), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Murray, £1 

Fisher (G. B.) Six Views of North America, engraved by J. 
W. Edy, 6 aquatint plates, title and letterpress mounted, 
1796 — Colebrook (R. H.) Twelve Views of Places in the 
Kingdom of Mysore, 12 plates, 1794, in i vol., hf. mor,, 
oblong folio (604), April 29, Sotheby Spencer, £^1 

Fisher (Jno., Bishop of Rochester). Hereafter ensueth two 
Fruytfull Sermons, blacit letter, orig. veil, (small hole in 
first 2 leaves), W. Rastell, the xxviii. day of June, 1532, 
8vo. (236A), Dec. 17, Sotheby Peters, ;^io 

[Bound up is the first ed. of Fisher's De Unica Mag- 
dalena {Paris), 15 19, from the press of Badius.] 

Fisher (Jno., Bishop of Rochester). Here after foloweth a 
mornynge remembrauce had at the moneth mynde of the 
noble prynces Margarete Countesse of Rychemonde & 
Darbye moder unto Kynge Henry the VII. . . first ed., 
blaCi^ letter, woodcut of the bishop preaching, with a figure 
of Henry VII. as chief mourner, inlaid throughout, 
modern mor. gt., by F. Bedford, [colophon] . . Enprynted 
at London in Flete Strete at the Syne of the Sonne by Wynkyn 
de Worde, n.d. [1509], sm. 4to. (3143), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Maggs, £49 

Fisher (Jno., Bishop of Rochester). Treatyse concernynge 
the fruytfull Saynges of Dauyd the kynge & prophete in 
the seven penytencyall psalmes, second ed., black letter, 
long lines, 32 to a page, woodcut arms on first page, 

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woodcut initials and Wynkyn de Worde's Caxton device 
at end, a few old MS. marginal notes (one leaf defective, 
a few leaves stained, leaves in sheet kk transposed), 
[colophon] Eniprynted at London in the Fletestrete at the 
sygne of the sonne by Wynkyn de Worde . . . In the yere 
our lorde god Mcccccix. — Hugo de Sancto Victore. Opera, 
roman letter, long lines, 33 to a page (title scribbled on), 
[colophon] . . . excudit Henricus Stephanus . . . Petro Porta 
ipsitts operis recognitore sedulo. Anno domini quingentesimo- 
sexto supra miUesinium, in i vol., contemp. stamped 
leather over wooden bds. (damaged), 1509- 1506, 4to. 
(518), July 22, Sotheby Egerton, £110 

Fiske (Jno.) Works, ports., facs., views, etc., large paper, 
limited to 250 copies, 13 vol., bds., with labels, uncut, 
Cambridge, Riverside Press, 1892- 1904, royal 8vo. (312), 
March 5, American Art Association $90 

Fitzclarence (Lieut. -Col.) Journal of a Route across India, 
folding map, plans and col. plates, cf. gt., m.e., 1819. 4to. 
(421), Jan. 22, Sotheby Mag.qs, £1 is. 

Fitzgerald (Ed.) Saldm^n and Absdl, an Allegory, trans, 
from the Persian of Jdmi, first ed., orig. blue cl. gt., pre- 
sentation copy, with inscription on fly-leaf, " The Reverend 
George Kitchen with the sincere Regards of Edward Fitz- 
gerald, June 3, 1856," J. W. Parker & Son, 1856, sm. 4to. 
(1091), July 22, Sotheby Maggs, £i2) los. 

Fitzgerald (Percy). Annals of the Kemble Family, extra 
illustrated by the insertion of many hundred ports., views, 
col. caricatures and play-bills, together with several 
holograph letters, comprising in all about 1,000 pieces, 

2 vol., extended to 15 vol., with Campbell's Life of Mrs. 
Siddons, port., 2 vol., 1834, together 17 vol., uniform hf. 
mor. gt., printed preface and titles [1903], 8vo. (49), Dec. 
12, Hodgson Lowe Bros., £66 

Fitzgerald (Percy). Life of Garrick, grangerized by the addi- 
tion of contemp. ports., views and play-bills, also about 
100 Autograph Letters and Documents, extended by the 
insertion of over 1,400 pieces to 17 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g., 
1868 (33), Dec. 12, Hodgson Myers, £60 

Fitzgerald (R. D.) Australian Orchids, full-page col. plates, 

hf. mor. gt., m.e., Sydney, N.S.W., n.d. (1880), folio (627), 

July 29, Sotheby Bumpiis, £j 

[Presentation copy from the author, with inscription. 

Seemingly bound up from parts as issued, without a title.] 

[Fitzherbert (A.)] Le Grand Abridgment du Comun Ley, 

3 parts. Parts ii. and iii., with full-page cut of the royal 
arms of England (first and last leaves supplied in MS.), 
old cf. (broken), Printed abroad [probably in Paris) for 
Wynkyn de Worde, 15 16, thick folio (443), May 14, Sotheby 

Jenkins, £^ 

Fitzherbert (A.) Newe Boke of Justices of peace, R. Tottill, 

1566 — Tlfe Contentes of this booke, Fyrste the Booke for 

a Justice of peace (etc.), R. Tottil, 1559, 2 vol. in i, blacfe 

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letter, contemp. cf., 2 pp. of contemp. English MS. on fly- 
leaves, 8vo. (354), March 19, Puttick Jones, £2 15s. 

Fitzpatrick (B. M.) Irish Sport and Sportsmen, port., mor. 
gt., richly tooled, g.e., Dublin, 1878, 8vo. (3276). Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £1 6s. 

Flaubert (Gustave). Madame Bovary, plates by E. Abot and 
D. Mordant, hf. mor., t.e.g., Paris, 1885, 8vo. (650), Dec. 
17, Sotheby Spink, £j 2S. 

Flaubert (Gustave). SalammbA, troisieme ed., port, and 
plates, mor. gt., g.e., by Riviere, Paris, 1863, 8vo. (649), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Guinness, £1 14s. 

Flaubert (Gustave). Salammb6, dix compositions par A. 
Poirson, gravees a I'eau-forte par Mme. Louveau-Rou- 
veyre, L. MuUer et G. Mercier, with a duplicate set of the 
etchings, proofs before letters and port., mor., uncut, 
t.e.g., Paris, Maison Quantin, s.d., roy. 8vo. (794), May 14, 
Sotheby Kingdon, £1 5s. 

Flaxman (Jno.) Compositions from Dante, no outline 
plates, engraved by Piroli, orig. impressions, hf. mor. ex., 
uncut, Longman, 1807, oblong folio (923), May 14, Sotheby 

Maggs, £2 8s. 

Flaxman (Jno.) Compositions from Homer's Iliad and 
Odyssey, Hesiod and iEschylus, 147 outline plates, en- 
graved by Piroli and Blake, orig. impressions, hf. mor. 
ex., uncut, Longman, 1805-31, oblong folio (922), May 14, 
Sotheby Maggs, £^ 

Fletcher (Jno.) The Pilgrim, a Comedy, unbd., 1700, 4to. 
(653), April 8, Sotheby Dohell, £-i 3s. 

Fletcher (Lieut. -Col.) History of the American War, plans, 
3 vol., orig. cl., 1865-6, 8vo. (489), Dec. 19, Hodgson 

Brown, £1 i6s. 

Fletcher (W. Y.) English Bookbindings in the British Museum, 
66 plates in col. and gold, one of 500 copies, uncut, t.e.g., 
1895, folio (1106), April 8, Sotheby Ellis, £^ los. 

Fletcher (W. Y.) Foreign Bookbindings in the British Museum, 
plates, printed in gold and col. by W. Griggs, one of 500 
copies, uncut, t.e.g., 1896, folio (1109) Sylvester, £-^ 15s. 

Florando (Don). Comien9a la coronica del valiente y esfor- 
^ado pricipe do Florado d Inglatierra, 3 parts, lit. flOt^., 
double columns, title in red and black, woodcut equestrian 
port, above, numerous small cuts in the text, title and 
preliminary leaf repaired, folio i mended, mor. ex., g.e., 
by C. Lewis, Lisbona par Germd Gallarde, 1545, folio (497), 
May 14, Sotheby Quaritch, £^^ 

Florentinus (Paulus). Quadragesimale de reditu peccatoris 
ad Deum, lit. flOtfl- (a lew leaves wormed), old hf. cf. 
[Hain-Copinger 7166, Proctor 5926], [colophon] Impres- 
sum Mediolani per prudentes Alemanos . . . Uldericum 
scinzenzeler et Leonardum pachel socios, 1479, folio (225), 
June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £10 los. 

Flores (Jean de). Histoire Amoureuse de Flores et Blanche- 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918, [fol 

fleur traduit par Jaques Vincent, italic letter, old cf., 
Paris, Michel Fezandat, 1554, 8vo. (502), May 14, Sotheby 

Home, £^ los. 

Flores (Jean de). Historia di Aurelio et Isabella, tradotta da 
M. Lelio Aletiphilo, italic letter, woodcut initials, mor. 
ex., g.e. (a few headlines cut into), Vinegia, G. Giolito, 
1548, sm. 8vo. (498), May 14, Sotheby Tregaskis, £\ los. 

Flores (Jean de). Histoire de Aurelio et Isabelle, traduict en 
quattre langues, Italien, Espagiiol, Fran9ois et Anglois. 
roman and italic letter, woodcut port, on back of title of 
Senora Margarita Volschaten. to whom the work is dedi- 
cated, old cf., r.e., Anvers, en casa de luan Steelsio, 1556, 
sm. 8vo. (499), May 14, Sotheby Pickering, £6 5s. 

Flores (Jean de). Histoire de Aurelio et Isabelle, traduict en 
quatre langues, Italien, Espaignol, Fran9ois et Anglois, 
double columns, the Spanish and English in italic letter, 
mor. ex., g.e., by E. Niedr^e, Bruxelle, chez Jean Mom- 
mart, 1608^ 8vo. (501), May 14, Sotheby 

Davis 6- Orioli, £4 los. 

Flores (Jean de). Le lugement damour, traslatee de Espaig- 
nol en Fricoys, 60 leaves, roman letter, old mor. gt., g.e., 
Iniprime nounellerviH a paris pour Hierosme denis . . . Cuin 
privilegio, n.d., 8vo. (500), May 14, Sotheby 

Lardanchet, £1^ 

Florian (J. P. C. de). Galatee, Roman pastoral, large paper, 
4 plates in col. by Cazenave and Colibert, after Monsiau, 
proofs before inscriptions, old French cf. gt., g.e., Paris, 
chez Defer de Maisonneuve, 1793, folio (839), April 29, 
Sotheby Duncan, £^8 

Florilegium diversorum Epigrammatum (Graced), first Aldine 
ed., contemp. Venetian oak bds. and mor., with panels 
formed of the Arabic knot, tooled in blind, Venetiis in 
aedibiis Aldi mense Novembri, 1503, 8vo. (226), June 10, 
Sotheby James, £g 15s. 

Florilegium diversorum Epigrammatum, italic letter, mor. 
ex., g.e., Venetiis in aedibus Aldi et Andreae Soceri, mens 
Januario, 1521, 8vo. (227), June 10, Sotheby Hill, £2 15s. 

Florus (L. A.) Epitoma id est abbreviatio de cursu ac statu 
Touiamoy. [item De comendacoe romani imperii], lit. ^Otf). 
parva, 29 leaves [Hain 7199, Proctor 974], modern mor. gt., 
g.e., by Storr of Grantham (Syston Park copy), Absque 
ulla nota [Coloniae, Arn. Therhoernen, 14 — ], sm. folio 
(3147), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quar itch, £12 los. 

Fludd (R.) De Templo Musicae. Tractatus Secundi pars II., 
musical notation, plates, woodcut diagrams (a few leaves 
cut into), cf. ex., g.e. {Oppenheim), 1618, folio (156), May 
13, Sotheby Ellis, £1 

[Folengo (Teofilo).] Opus MerUni Cocaii Poete Mantuani 
Macaronicorum, etc., with sheet m m after the colophon 
(wanting in nearly all copies), woodcuts, old French mor. 

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gt., y.e., Tusculani, Alex. Paganinus, 1521, 8vo. (892), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Tregaskis, £^ 3s. 

[£i I2S., mor. gt., with sheet m m, but cut into, June 
10, Sotheran, Lot 228.] 

FoUanus (L.) Musica Theorica, diagrams and illustrations, 
MS. marginal notes on one leaf, mor. ex., g.e., by Riviere, 
Venetiis, per lo. Antonium 6- Fratres de Sabio, 1529, folio 
(157), May 13, Sotheby Quaritch, £6 

Folk Lore Society. Publications, from the commencement to 
1896 (being Nos. i to 39, including Callaway's System of 
the Amazulu), also Nos. 51, 53, 55, 57, 59, 60 and 63, 
with the Transactions of the International Folk Lore 
Congress for 1891, together 40 vol., cf., the Bibliography 
for 1900 and continuation for 1906 in wrappers, 1878- 
1908, 8vo. (404), June 14, 191 7, Hodgson Pickard, £12. 

Folk-Lore Society. Publications, viz., Folk-Lore Record, 5 
vol. — Folk-Lore Journal, 7 vol. — Folk-Lore, a Quarterly 
Journal, from its commencement to 1917, 31 vol. (3 vol. 
in duplicate and Vol. vii. wanting a part) — County Folk- 
Lore, 7 vol. — Extra Publications, 29 vol., together 79 
vol., cl. and parts, 1878-1917, 8vo. (268), March 4, Christie 

Grant, £2.0 
L^io los., Nos. xi.-lxxv., chiefly in parts as issued, 
1883-1915 ; Folk-Lore, Vol. i.-xxvii., in parts as issued, 
1 890- 191 6, Jan. 22, Sotheby, Lot 804.] 

Fontenelle (B. de). GEuvres diverses, large paper, front., 
plates and vignettes by Bernard Picart, 3 vol., contemp. 
French, cf. gt., g.e., A la Haye, chez Gosse et Neaulme, 
1728-9, folio (840), April 29, Sotheby Gregory, £^ 

Fontius (Barth.) Commentum in Persium, marginal MS. 
notes, painted initials [Hain 7226, Proctor 6098], Impres- 
sum Florenticd apud Sanctum lacobum de Ripoli, 1477 — 
Suetonius. De Grammaticis (14 leaves) [Proctor 6104], 
ib., 1477 — Plinius Secundus. Liber Illustrium Virorum, 
roman letter, 27 long lines to a page, signatures (32 
leaves, not in Hain or Proctor), ib., 1478, in i vol., old 
mor. ex., g.e., from the Pembroke collection, sm. 4to. 
(279), March 18, Christie Ellis, ^29 

Foot (Jesse). Life of Arthur Murphy, ports., mor. gt., g.e., 
presentation copy from the author, with inscription, 181 1 
— Another copy, old russ., g.e., 181 1, together 2 vol., 4to. 
(987), Nov. 5, Sotheby £6 los. 

Forbes (Jas.) Oriental Memoirs, port, and plates, 4 vol., old 
hf. mor., m.e., 1813, 4to. (147), July 22, Sotheby 

Thorp, £^ 8s. 

Forcadel (E.) (Evvres Po6tiques, mor. ex., Paris, Giullaume 
Chaudiere, 1579, i2mo. (280), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £16 los. 

[Ford (Emanuel).] Famous History of Montelion, Knight of 
the Oracle, woodcut front., blacit letter (title defective), 
cf. ex., g.e., by F. Bedford, 1687, sm. 4to. (179), Dec. 6, 
Hodgson Quaritch, £2 los. 

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Foreign Field Sports. See Orme (E.) 

Fores. Sporting Notes and Sketches, tinted plates by 1*\ 
Mason, R. M. Alexander, etc.. Vol. i.-xxviii., orig. cl., g.e., 
1885-1906, 8vo. (151), Aug. 7, Sotheby Mawson, £2 los. 

Fores (J.) New Book of Iron Work, title and 20 plates, 1759 
— Decker (P.) Gothic Architecture decorated, title and 
12 plates, 1759, in i vol., hf. cf., sm. folio {605), April 29, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £1^ 

Forlong (J. G. R.) Rivers of Life, plates, maps and woodcuts, 
with col. chart in case, 2 vol., orig. cl., 1883, 4to. (657), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Quaritch, £6 ids. 

Former Ages never heard of. See Vicars (Jno.) 

Formulare Instrumentorum Necnon Ars Notariatus cu Tabulis 
subjunctis, lit. flOtt)., double columns, ornamental initials, 
con temp. English (?) oak bds. and leather, stamped panel 
on each cover, the upper one representing the Annuncia- 
tion, with legend " iJJrre anrilla Iromini fiat micfti attuntitm 
Vtx'bum tuum." the under one the Baptism of Christ, 
with legend " f)ir rst filiufi incus liclertufl," clasp catches 
(under cover pierced by 2 large wormholes), stamps in 
first-rate condition [not in Weale], Parisiis, opera Jo. 
Barbier impensis Fr. Regnault, 1512, 8vo. (3149), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Edwards, £12 

Formularium Romanum. [Begins on fol. i ^] " De devolutione 
Causarum ad Romanam Curiam scdm jura communis & 
veram practicam tractatus," ed. princeps, lit- QOttl- parva, 
174 leaves (wanting 2 blanks) [Hain *7292, Proctor 3615, 
Pellechet 4880], hf. bd., from Dr. Klosz's library, [colo- 
phon] . . Rome, impressus per magistrum Johannem Bremer, 
alias Bulle, anno domini mcccclxxviii. die xii. mensis 
Marcii [1478], folio (3150), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £15 los. 

Forrest (Lieut. -Col.) Picturesque Tour along the Rivers 
Ganges and Jumna, map, 24 col. plates and 2 vignettes, 
orig. bds., uncut, 1824, 4to. (3209), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Edwards, £4 5s. 
[£6 I OS., in same state, April 29, Sotheby, Lot 842.] 

Forrester (A. H.) Absurdities in Prose and Verse, by " Crow- 
quill," col. plates, orig. picture bds., uncut, 1827, 8vo. 
(3087), Feb. 25, Sotheby Richeton, £2 

Forster (Jno.) Life of Charles Dickens, first ed., 3 vol., 
1872-4, extra illustrated and extended to 7 vol. by the 
insertion of 134 holograph letters of Dickens and his 
Contemporaries, 126 ports., 210 views and other illustra- 
tions, including Five Letters from Dickens, etc. The 
seventh vol. comprises : The Law and Lawyers of Pick- 
wick, by Sir F. Lockwood, with orig. pen-and-ink sketch 
by the Judge, n.d. — The Lamplighter, a Farce, Privately 
printed, 1879 — The BibHography of Dickens, by R. H. 
Shepherd,^ 1880, together 7 vol., uniform mor. ex., t.e.g. 
[1872-1902], March 13, Hodgson £66 

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Fortescue (Sir Jno.) A Learned Commendation of the poli- 
tique Lawes of England, trans, by R. Mulcaster, English 
version in blarft letter, veil., 1599, i6mo. (122), Feb. 20, 
Sotheby Sweet 6- Maxwell, £1 4s. 

Fortescue (J. W.) Records of Stag-hunting on Exmoor, first 
ed., folding map and 14 plates by Edgar Giberne, col. by 
hand, hf. mor., t.e.g., 1887, 8vo. (3278), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £1 

Fortune's Tennis-ball .... or a Proviso for all those that are 
elevated (foundation of " The Winter's Tale "), woodcut 
on title, 4 leaves, hf. mor., 1640, 4to. (162), Dec. 6, 
Hodgson Dobell, £->^ 7s. 6d. 

Foss (Ed.) The Judges of England, 4 vol., cf. ex., by J. Clarke, 
1848-51, 8vo. (122), April 29, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £1 8s. 

Foster (Birket). Brittany, a series of 35 Sketches, printed on 
India paper, orig. cl., g.e., with the artist's autograph 
receipt, Published by the artist, 1878, folio (523), March 19, 
Puttick Loudon, i8s. 

Foster (J. J.) British Miniature Painters and their Works, 
large paper, plates, mor. ex., t.e.g., 1898, folio (262), 
June 26, Puttick Maggs, £2 15s. 

Foster (J. J.) British Miniature Painters, Author's ed., plates, 
2 vol., hf. cl., 1903, folio (95), Nov. 26, Christie 

Russell, £g 15s. 

Foster (J. J.) Samuel Cooper and the English Miniature 
Painters of the XVIIth Century, with the Supplement, 
ed. de luxe, col. and other reproductions, 2 vol., hf. veil., 
1916, folio (94), Nov. 26, Christie Parsons, £\2. 5s. 

Foster (Jos.) Alumni Oxoniensis : The Members of the 
University of Oxford, 1500-1886, the two series, 8 vol., 
hf. roan (worn), 1887-92, imp. 8vo. (690), Oct. 24, Hodgson 

Walford, £^ 9s. 
[£^ I2S. 6d., as issued, and £^ 7s. 6d., as issued.] 

Foster (N.) Brief e Relation of the late Horrid Rebellion 
acted in the Island Barba^das in the West Indies. 1650, 
hf. bd., Printed by I. G. for Richard Lowndes, 1650, 8vo. 
(631), Jan. 22, Sotheby James, £5 15s. 

Fothergill (G. A.) Twenty Sporting Designs, with Selections 
from the Poet<5, ed. de luxe, one of 300 copies, plates, hf. 
bd., uncut and unopened, Edinb., 191 1, folio (209), Feb. 
20, Sotheby Walford, los. 

Foucquet (Jehan). Qiuvre, avec appendice, fac. miniatures 
and borders of Horae B. Maria Virginis and other offices, 
illuminated in gold, silver and colours, decorative col. 
borders, 2 vol., orig. cl., Paris, 1866-7, 4'to. (404), Aug, 7, 
Sotheby Thorp, £4 los. 

Fouque (F. K. H. De la Motte). Undine, trans, by W. L. 
Courtney, illustrations by A. Rackham, mor., uncut, 
t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, 1909, 4to. (662), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Neumayer, £1 8s. 

[Fox (Geo.)] Answer To several New Laws and Orders Made 
by the Rulers of Boston in New-England, orig. ed., cf. 

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Oct., 191 7 to Aug., 1918. [fra 

gt.. by P. Riach, pp. 7, reproduction of title in catalogue, 
[Londo7i] printed in the year 1678 (197), April 10, Amencan 
Art Association $115 

Fox (Geo.) Gospel Family-Order, being a Short Discourse 
concerning the Ordering of Families, first ed., roan back 
(cracked), pp. 22, [London] printed in the year 1676, sm. 
4to. (196), April 10, American Art Association $30 

Fox (Geo.) Instructions for Right-Spelling, and Plain Direc- 
tions for Reading and Writing True English, cf. gt., by 
Riviere, pp. 104 (title-page in fac, first leaf of text re- 
paired, three or four leaves mended). Re-printed at Phila- 
delphia by Reynier Jansen. 1702, i6mo. (209), April 10, 
American Art Association I42.50 

Fox (Geo.) Something in Answer to a Law Lately made at 
the first Session of the General Court held at Boston in 
New-England, roan back, pp. 20 (first leaf torn). No place, 
no date [1679], 4to. (201), April 10, American Art Associa- 
tion $150 

Fox (Geo.) and Burnyeat (Jno.) New-England Fire-Brand, 
Being an Answer unto a Slanderous Book, Entituled ; 
George Fox Digged out of his Burrows, &c., second ed., 
mor., g.e., 14 leaves, pp. 233, 1 leaf, pp. 255 (i), reproduc- 
tion of title in catalogue, [London] printed in the year 
M DC LXXIX. (1679), sm. 4to. (203), April 10, American 
Art Association $360 

Fox (Geo.). Stubs (Jno.) and Furley (B.) Battle-Door for 
Teachers and Professors to Learn Singular and Plural, 
etc., first ed., old cf. (broken), title cut down and mounted, 
London, printed for Robert Wilson, 1660, sm. folio (169), 
April 10, American Art Association I42.50 

Foxe (John). Acts and Monuments (Book of Martyrs), blacfe 
letter, title within woodcut borders, 3 vol. (the first has 
small hole, two preliminary leaves of Vol. i. defective 
and re-margined as usual), not subject to return, panelled 
cf. ex., i632-'3i, folio (148), July 22, Sothcby 

Atkinson, £1 2s. 

Foxe (John). Acts and Monuments (Book of Martyrs), large 
PAPER, port, by G. Glover, illustrations, 3 vol., contemp. 
mor. gt., g.e.. bound for Charles, Prince of Wales, after- 
wards K. Charles II., with the royal arms and initials C. P., 
Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1641, folio (230), 
June 10, Sotheby Parsons, /18 los. 

Fracastorius (Hieron). Opera Omnia, editio tertia, port, and 
diagrams, mor. gt., g.e. (Delaux Pere). Venet. apiid Juntas, 
it^Sd. 4to. (664), Dec. 17, Sotheby Tregaskis, £1 

Fracastorius (Hieron.) Syphilis, sive Morbus Gallicus, ed. 
prima (38 leaves, including 4 blanks, completing sheet e), 
Veronae, 1530, mense Augiisto s. n. impr. — Demostheses. 
De Immunitate adversus Leptinem Oratio, Petro Nannie 
Alecmarino interprete (32 leaves, including separate leaf 
with device), Parisiis, Chr. Wechel, 1542, in i vol., con- 
temp. Italian oak bds. and mor., blind stamped, with 

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gt. floreate ornaments, figure of Fortune with a swelling 
sail and ii stars, g.e., 4 clasps, in good preservation, in 
case, from the library of W. H. Corfield, sm. 4to. {3152), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch,£^i 

[This binding was exhibited at the Burlington Fine Arts 
Club in 1 89 1, and reproduced as plate xxix. in the cata- 
logue.] 

Fran9ais peints par eux-memes, engravings, 9 vol., cf., 1841-2, 
8vo. (386), Jan. 23, Puttick Grant, £2 15s. 

Fran^ais peints par eux-memes, Encyclopedic morale du Dix- 
Neuvieme Siecle, 5 vol. — The same. Province, 3 vol. — Le 
Prisme (Album des FranQais), together 9 vol., col. illustra- 
tions, hf. cf., uniform, Paris, 1841-2, folio (519), July 29, 
Sotheby Rimell, £4 17s. 

Franchini (F.) Poemata, italic letter, with initials in gold 
and colours, mor., covered with Grolier tooling and mono- 
gram of the Marquis de Menars, g.e., from the libraries of 
Grolier and Thuanus), Romae [typis Aldinis], 1554, i2mo. 
(282), March 18, Christie Pearson, /105 

[MS. notes of Mr. Beckford, at whose sale this copy 
realised ;^230.] 

Frankau (Julia). Eighteenth Century Colour Prints, col. 
plates, silk covers, 1900, folio (259), June 26, Puttick 

Sawyer, £S los. 

Frankau (Julia). John Raphael Smith, his Life and Works, 
text in I vol. 8vo., with 30 photogravures and portfolio 
of 50 plates in col. and monchrome, 1902, folio and 8vo. 
(171), Dec. 17, Sotheby Edwards, £4. 5 s. 

Frankau (Julia). William Ward, A.R.A., James Ward, R.A., 
their Lives and Works, 40 engravings in portfolio, with 
text in I vol. 8vo., 1904, folio (224), March 19, Puttick 

Edwards, £6 los. 

Franklin (Benj.) Bowles' Moral Pictures, or Poor Robin 
Illustrated, by the late Dr. Benj. Franklin, 25 oval pic- 
tures on folding sheet mounted on linen, with port, of 
Franklin on top, cl. covers, Hayward & Co., Manchester, 
n.d., 8vo. (410), Feb. 20, Sotheby Edwards, £1 iis. 

[Franklin (Benj.)] Interest of Great Britain considered with 
regard to her Colonies, first ed., unbd., 1760, 8vo. (4), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Norton, £1 los. 

[Franklin (Benj.)] Poor Richard improved, by Richard 
Saunders, woodcuts, old wicappers, interleaved, contemp. 
manuscript notes (one leaf wanted), Philadelphia, printed 
and sold by B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1758, 8vo. (397), 
April 29, Sotheby Cameron, £$ 

Fraser (J. B.) Views in the Himala Mountains, engraved 
title and 20 col. aquatints, hf. roan, fine copy, Rodwell & 
Martin, 1820, atlas folio (606), April 29, Sotheby 

Thorp, £g los. 

Fraternitas Rosaceae Coronae, small gotl^ic letter, 45 lines to a 
page, below the five lines of title is an illustration on metal 
fastened to the wooden block by pins, with three border- 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [fri 

pieces, probably on wood, on last leaf 4 small cuts, mor. 

ex., [s.n., Cdln, ? Joh. Landen, c. 1498], sm. 4to. (179). 

Dec. 10, Christie Edwards, ;^io los. 

[Hain 7356. Collation : a-c6= 18 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Fraunce (Abr.) Lawiers Logike, exemplifying the praecepts of 
Logike by the practise of the Common Lawe, first ed., 
black letter and rom., with the folding table at fol. 118 and 
the blank for A a ij (title damaged), orig. veil., rough 
edges, Wm. Hoiv for Thos. Gubbin and T. Newman, 1588, 
sm. 4to. (10Q4), July 22, Sotheby Pickering, ffy 

Frazer (J. G.) The Golden Bough, second ed., 3 vol., orig. c\., 
1900, 8vo. (171), Nov. 28, Hodgson Hill &> Son, £2 4s. 

Freculphus (Episc, Lexoviensis) . Chronicorum Tomi II., 
roman letter, title with device of Arnold Birckman, 
several large initials, orig. cf., with Grolieresque scroll- 
work, title in centre of front side and at foot Tho. Maioli 
et Amicor., on reverse is one of his mottoes, g.e. (rebacked), 
in case, with leather ex-libris of Baron Double and Robert 
Hoe, [Cdln], M. Novesianus for A. Birckman, 1539, sm. 
folio (180), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £^6 

[First ed. Collation: *4, ap6, Q4, r-z, aa-dd6=i64 
leaves. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Frederick of Jennen. This Mater treateth of a Merchantes 
Wyfe that afterwarde went lyke a Ma and becam a great 
Lorde and was called Frederyke of Jennen afterwarde, 
blocfe letter, 27 English woodcuts within ornamental 
borders, with the royal arms (Henry VIII.) on reverse 
of title, old cf., g.e., arms of the Duke of Roxburghe {£6^ 
2S., Roxburghe sale, in 18 12), [colophon] Thus endeth this 
lyttell storye of lorde frederyke Impryted I Anwarpe by me 
John Dusborowghe dwellynge besyde ye Camer Porte in the 
Yere of our lorde God a.M.CCCCC. and XVIII., sm. 4to. 
(427), April 29, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^i05 

[A-B in sixes, C. D. E. in fours, with an extra leaf at 
end, having a duplicate of the cut occurring on reverse 
of the colophon, but the royal. arms (painted) within a 
border on recto. Orig. ed., probably not more than two 
or three copies known.] 

Freeman (E. A.) History of the Norman Conquest, 6 vol., 
cf. ex., by Riviere, 0.r/orrf, 1867-79, 8vo. (162), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Edwards, £5 7s. 6d. 

[^4 15s., same state, Feb. 20, Sotheby, Lot 3.] 

Free-Mason's Magazine, engraved titles plates, 11 vol., old 
cf. gt., 1793-8, 8vo. (3281), Feb. 25, Sotheby Rolls, £1^ 

Freer (M. W.) History of the Reign of Henri IV., King of 
France and Navarre, first eds., ports., 3 series, 6 vol., 
orig. cl., 1860-3, 8vo. (3286), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Spencer, £5 los. 

French Art from Watteau to Prud'hon, ed. -de-luxe (limited to 
175 copies), hf. veil., t.e.g., 4to. (34), Nov. 26, Christie 

Bumpus, £q 

Frilinghuisen (Theo. Jac.) Drie Predicatien De Eerste, Over 

XXXII. (257) 9 



fro] Book-Prices Current. 

Jesai 66 v. 2. De Twede, Van de Gerecgtigden, tot het 
Heylige Avontmael Cover den 30 Sondagh van den Hey- 
delberghschen Catechismus. De, Derde van het Geh- 
ruyck der Sleutelen Dover den 31 Sondagh van den Hey- 
delbergschen Catechismus, old wrappers, title, i leaf ; 
Vooreden, 3 pp.; text, pp. 1-36, verso blank; Tweede 
Predicatie, pp. 1-30 (wanting pp. 13-20) ; Derde Pre- 
dicatie, pp. 31-51 and 60-79 (in this last part the break 
after page 51 is an error by the printer in giving page 
numbers, also duplicates of pages 77 to 79 bound in), 
Gedruckt tot Niew-York by William Bradford in den Jaere, 
1 72 1, i6mo. (120), April 11, American Art Association $85 

Frobisher (Sir Martin). Beschreibung Der schiffart . . in die 
Lender gegen West und Nordt-west im Jar 1577, small 
gothic type, 13 leaves, old stamped veil., title hinged and 
the outer margin cut close, in case, [colophon] Gedruckt zu 
Nurnberg durch Katharinam Gerlachin und Johanns vom 
Berg Erben [imprint on title], Nurnberg. m.d.lxxx., sm. 
4to. (385), Nov. 19, American Art Association $97.50 

[The first German translation containing a narrative 
of Frobisher's second voyage ; the woodcut view is the 
same as the one appearing in the first French ed. Repro- 
duction of title-page in catalogue.] 

Frobisher (Sir Martin). De Martini Forbisseri Angli Naviga- 
tione in Regiones Occidentis et Septentrionis Narratio 
historica. Ex Gallico sermone in Latinum translata per 
D. Joan. Tho. Freigium, folding woodcut view showing 
the author in his canoe, mor. gt., g.e., [colophon] Nori- 
bergcB Imprimebatur, in officina Catharines Gerlachin, 6- 
HcBredum lohannis Montani Anno mdxxc. (1580), sm. 8vo. 
(386), Nov. 19, American Art Association $60 

[Fine copy of the first Latin ed., trans, from the French 
version of Dionysius Settle's English narrative. Repro- 
duction of title-page in catalogue.] 

Froger (F.) Relation of a Voyage made on the coasts of 
Africa, Streights of Magellan, Brasil, Cayenna and the 
Antilles, first ed., front, and 12 maps and plates (one 
mutilated), contemp. cf. (rebacked), London, 1698, 8vo. 
(372), Dec. 12, American Art Association $16 

Froissart (Sir J.) Croniques de France, Dangleterre, Descoce, 
Despaigne, De bretaigne, De gascongne, De fiandres, 
lettres batardes, double columns, initial on titles, 46 lines 
to a page, 4 vol. in 2, mor. ex., g.e., by Clarke and Bedford 
. . . Imprime pour Anthoine verard . . a Paris . . s.a. [1485], 
sm. folio (284), March 18, Christie Quaritch, ^200 

[The first of the two eds. printed by Verard. The 
second issue can be distinguished by the grotesque initial 
L in each volume. In this later issue there are two men's 
heads in the L, and only one in the L of the first.] 

Froissart (Sir J.) Cronycles, trans, by Sir John Bourchier, 
blacfe letter, titles within woodcut borders, large woodcuts 
of the royal arms and of Lord Berners on reverse of title 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [fug 

and last leaves of each vol., 2 vol. in i (margins of a 
few leaves repaired and small portion of last leaf in fac), 
contemp. English oak bds. and leather, blind stamped 
(much worn), with rough edges, Wm. Myddlton and R. 
Pynson, 1525, folio (3160), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, l7.(> 

Froissart (Sir J.) Chronicles, plates in two states (plain and 
col.), 4 vol., Hafod Press, 1803-5 — Monstrelet (E. de). 
Chronicles, col. plates, 4 vol., ih., 1809 — Joinville (J. Lord 
de). Memoirs, map, plates (stained at beginning), 2 vol. 
in I, ih., 1807, together 9 vol., all trans, by T. Johnes, 
mor. gt., g.e., by C. Smith, 1803-9, 4to. (397), Feb. 20, 
Sotheby Hardy, £1^ los. 

Froissart (Sir J.) Histoire et Chronique, par Denis Sauvage, 
4 vol. in 2, folio 279 margined, old mor. ex., g.e. (Derome). 
Paris, 1574, folio (1015), April 29, Sotheby Edwards, £8 

Froude (J. A.) English in Ireland, 3 vol., cf. ex., m.e., by 
Rividre, 1872-4, 8vo. (167), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Woolaitd, £2 5s. 

Froude (J. A.) History of England, 12 vol., cf. ex., by Riviere, 
1858-70, 8vo. (166), Oct. 23, Sotheby James, £^ 15s. 

Froude (J. A.) History of England, Library ed., 12 vol., hf. 
mor., 1858-70, 8vo. (44), Dec, 19, Hodgson 

Woore, £1 17s. 

Fry (Fr.) Bibliographical Description of the Editions of the 
New Testament, plates, orig. cl., 1878, 4to. (161), Jan. 23, 
Puttick Bull, 8s. 

[14s., orig. cl., Large Paper, same sale, Lot 162.] 

Fry (Fr.) Description of the Great Bible, 1539, and the six 

editions of Cranmer's Bible, facs. and 14 orig. leaves, hf. 

mor., 1865, folio (181), Jan. 23, Puttick Baker, £1 12s. 

[Two other copies realised 30s. and 35s. respectively, 

same sale. Lots 182-3.] 

Fryer (Jno.) New Account of East India and Persia, port., 
maps and plates, cf., 1698, folio (415), March 4, Christie 

Sotheran, £^ 8s. 

Fuchsius (Leonardus). De Historia Stirpium Commentarii 
Insignes, first ed., woodcut ports, of the author and the 
three engravers, H. Fiillmaurer, Alb. Meyer and R. Speckle, 
and 512 figures of plants, col. by hand, orig. mor., elabor- 
ately gold-tooled, g.e., ribbon ties, in case, Basle, Mich. 
Isengrin, 1542, folio (181), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £(>o 
[Collation: 14 leaves unnumbered -1- pp. 8964-2 leaves 
unnumbered.] 

Fuchsius (Leonardus). Historia de Yeruas, y Plantas, tradu- 
zidos nueuamente en Espaiiol, roman letter, about 520 
woodcuts of plants, cf. ex., g.e., by Larkins, En Anvers, 
En la Gallina gorda, por los herederos de Arnaldo Byrcman, 
1557, sm. 8vo. (182), Dec. 10, Christie Tregaskis, £8 

[Collation : prel. 8 + 520 pp. -1- 1 leaf unnumbered.] 

Fugger. Pinacotheca Fuggerorum S.R.I. Comitum Ac Baro- 
num In Khierchperg Et Weissenhom Editio Nova Multis 

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Imaginibus Aucta Vlmae Apud loan. Frid. Gaum, 1754, 
engraved title and ports., orig. veil., arms on sides, VlmcB 
Apud loan. Frid. Gaum, 1754, folio (183), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £S 5s. 
[Collation: 2 prel. + 4 leaves letterpress + 139 ports. -1- 
22 leaves letterpress.] 
Fuller (Thos.) Anthologia, or The Speach of Flowers (and 
Birds), title by Vaughan (repaired), russ., g.e., 1655, 
i2mo. (437), Dec. 12, Hodgson Tregaskis, £^ 

Fuller (Thos.) Appeal of Iniured Innocence .... in a Con- 
troversie, etc., fine copy, cf., g.e., 1659, folio (441), Dec. 
12, Hodgson Tregaskis, £^ 5s. 

Fuller (Thos.) Church-History of Britain, plates, cf., 1656, 
folio (995), Jan. 22, Sotheby David, i6s. 

Fuller (Thos.) Good Thoughts in Bad Times, first ed. (head- 
lines shaved), hf. cf., Exeter, T. Hunt, 1645, 24mo. (434), 
Dec. 12, Hodgson Tregaskis, £^ 5s. 

Fuller (Thos.) Good Thoughts in Worse Times, first ed., orig. 
sheep, with the leaf at commencement (a blank) and the 
two blank leaves at end, 1647, 8vo. (54), Jan. 23, Puttick 

Tregaskis, £2 2S. 
Fuller (Thos.) Historic of the Holy Warre, title by Marshall, 
Cambridge, 1639 — The Holy State, engraved title, ports, 
and the plate of the Prince of Wales's feathers (often 
wanting) by Marshall, 1642, first eds., in i vol., russ., g.e. 
(cracked), 1639-42, foho (429), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Tregaskis, £2 2S. 

Fuller (Thos.) History of the Worthies of England, first ed., 

with the rare Index and an extra title-page, cancelled in 

most copies, port, by Loggan, cf. (rebacked), 1662, folio 

(442), Dec. 12, Hodgson Tregaskis, £4. 

i/5 I2S., cf. ex., March 25, Sotheby, Lot 363 ; £2 14s., 

russ. (rubbed), Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 108.] 

Fuller (Thos.) Pisgah-Sight of Palestine, first ed., front., 

armorial plate and 27 folding plates by F. Clein, Marshall, 

etc., orig. cf., London, 1650, folio (175), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £2 los. 
Gad's Hill Gazette. See Dickens (C.) 

Gafurius (Fr.) De Harmonia Musicorum Instrumentorum 
Opus, first and only ed., roman letter, 106 leaves, long 
lines, 33 to a full page, 5 woodcuts by W. Le Signerre, 
woodcut initials and diagrams (defect on one leaf, a few 
leaves discoloured), mor. ex., g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, Im- 
pressum Mediolani per Gotardum Pontanum Calcographum 
die XXVII. Novemhris, 15 18, folio (164), May 13, Sotheby 

Terry, £^6 
Gafurius (Fr.) Musice utriusque cantus practica, second ed., 
roman letter, musical notation and diagrams (wormed at 
beginning, last leaf mended, a few MS. marginal notes), 
hf. mor. [Hain 7408, Proctor 6995], Impressa Brixies 
opera & impensa Angeli Britannici anno salutis Millesimo 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [gal 

quatringentesimo nonagesimo septimo nono KaleH: Octohris 
(1497), folio (162), May 13, Sotheby Terry, £16 

Gafuriiis (Fr.) Practica Musicae utriusque cantiis, third ed., 
roman letter, iii leaves, long lines, 40 to a full page, 
musical notation, MS. note on fly-leaf stated to be in the 
autograph of Dr. Charles Burney, mor. ex., by Zaehnsdorf, 
Brixiae, per Bernardinum Misintam de Papia, 1502, folio 
(163), May 13, Sotheby Terry, ;^ii 

Gafurius (Fr.) Theorica Musice, 68 leaves, capitals in red 
supplied by hand, musical examples (border of one shaved), 
2 full-page woodcuts by W. Le Signerre of Rouen, one on 
title, the other on folio b 6 (wormholes at beginning) [Hain 
7406, Proctor 6055], Impressum mediolani per Magistrum 
Philippum Mantegathim dictum Cassanum, opera et 
impense Magistri Joannis Petri de lomatio anno salutis 
M.ccccl.xxxxii. die xv. Decembris, folio (161), May 13, 
Sotheby Terry, £58 

Gafurius (Fr.) Theoricum opus musice disciplina, first ed., 
roman letter, 115 leaves (wanting first blank), 2 full-page 
woodcuts, 7 diagrams (first leaf imperfect and mounted, 
several margins mended, 2 leaves supplied from another 
copy), veil. [Proctor 6721, Hain 7407, " 114 ff "], some 
papers in fac, Impressum Neapolis per Magistrum Fran- 
ciscum di dino florentinum. Anno domini Mcccc.Lxxx. 
Die octavo octohris (1480), 4to. (94), May 13, Sotheby 

Terry, £^$ 
[Folio 98 left blank for the insertion by hand of the 
Hymn for the Nativity of S. John the Baptist ; in this 
copy inserted by a contemporary hand. Several smaller 
spaces also left blank have been similarly filled in by the 
same hand.] 

Gage (Thos.) New Survey of the West Indies, the English 
American, his Travail by Sea and Land, second ed., 4 
maps, mor., g.e., in case, 1655, sm. folio (925), May 14, 
Sotheby ^ H. Stevens, £3 15s. 

Gage (Thos.) The English- American his Travail by Sea and 

Land, or a New Survey of the West-India's (wormed 

throughout), orig. sheep, R. Cotes, 1648, sm. folio (124), 

April 29, Sotheby Heffer, £(j 

[£7, los., mor. ex., fine copy. May 14, Sotheby, Lot 924.] 

Galerie de Florence et Palais Pitti : Tableaux, Statues, Bas- 
reliefs et Camees, dessines par Wicar, explications par 
Mongez, 200 plates, 4 vol., hf. mor., Paris, 1789-1807, 
roy. folio (609), April 29, Sotheby Parsons, £5 

Galerie de Florence et du Palais Pitti. Tableaux, Statues, Bas 
reliefs et cam6es, 201 plates by Wicar, engraved under 
the direction of Masquelier, explanations by Mongez, 4 
vol., hf. russ. gt., g.e. (stained), Paris, 1819, roy. folio 
(1074), Oct. 23, Sotheby Rimell, £2 15s. 

[£^ 5»'., hf. mor., g.e., 4 vol. in 2, July 22, Sotheby, Lot 

153] 
Galerie de Versailles et les deux Salons qui I'accompagnent, 

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peints par Charles Le Brun, plates, old hf. russ. (broken), 
Paris, 1752, atlas folio (154), July 22, Sotheby 

Rimell, £2 12s. 

Galerie des Artistes Dramatiques de Paris, 80 ports, by La- 
cauchie, with descriptions, hf. mor., 1841, 4to. (510), Jan. 
23, Pnttick Spencer, £1 2s. 6d. 

Galerie du Comte de Briihl. Recueil d'Estampes, I. Partie 
(only), 50 plates, including port., old hf. cf., an additional 
print inserted, Dresde, 1754, folio (610), April 29, Sotheby 

Rimell, £^ 15s. 

Galerie du Musee Napoleon, publiee par A. M. Filhol et redigee 
par J. Lavallee, 720 plates, 10 vol., contemp. French 
mor. gt., with the Imperial eagle on the sides and back, 
g.e. (a few rust spots and an oil stain on the cover of Vol. 
v.), Paris, 1802-10, roy. 8vo. (750), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Sotheran, £6 los. 

Galerie du Musee Napoleon, publiee par A. M. Filhol, et redigee 
par J. Lavallee, 720 plates, 10 vol., old French cf. gt., g.e. 
Paris, 1804-15, roy. 8vo. (611), April 29, Sotheby 

Howell, £5 5s. 

Galerie du Palais du Luxembourg, peinte par Rubens, dessinee 
par les Srs Nattier, port, of Rubens, after Van Dyck, and 
21 plates before the numbers by Audran, Duchange, etc., 
mor. gt., inside dentelles, g.e., Paris, 1710, imp. folio (125), 
April 29, Sotheby Bumpus, £\^ los. 

\j£^ 15s., old cf. gt., plates numbered, same sale. Lot 
612.] 

Galerie du Palais du Luxembourg, peinte par Rubens, large 
PAPER, 25 proof plates (stipples) printed in col. hf. mor., 
g.e., Paris, chez Deseve et Deterville, de V Imprimeric de 
Crapelet, 1808, folio (844), April 29, Sotheby Spencer, £^0 

Galerie du Palais Pitti, illustree par L. Bardi, plates, with 
descriptive letterpress, 4 vol., hf. mor., r.e.g., Florence, L. 
Bardi, 1842-5, folio (155), July 22, Sotheby Thorp, £2 

Galerie du Palais Royal, par M. I'Abbe de Fontenai, 355 
plates on India paper, 3 vol., hf. bd., Paris, 1786-1808, 
imp. folio (487), Dec. 4, Sotheby Parsons, ^3 3s. 

[£y I OS., hf. russ., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 613.] 

Galerie Frangaise de Femmes Celebres. See Gatine 

Galerie Royale de Dresde. Recueil d'Estampes, 103 plates^ 
including the ports, of King Augustus III. of Poland and 
his queen. Vol. I., II., 2 vol., Dresde, 1753-57, atlas folio 
(614), April 29, Sotheby Rimell, £j los. 

Galileo (Vincentio). Dialogo della Musica antica et della 
moderna, woodcut title, music and diagrams in the text, 
orig. veil., Fiorenza, G. Marescotti, 1581, folio (953), April 
29, Sotheby Gaston, £^ 

Gallica Fides, or French Policy, containing Memoirs of all the 
Depredations, Cruelties and Oppressions of the French 
and their Indian Allies . . . also a Geographical Descrip- 
tion of Nova Scotia, New England, Virginia, Maryland 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [gar 

and Pennsylvania, unbd.. Printed for M. Cooper, 1755, 
8vo. (20), Dec. 17, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £20 

Gallus (C. C.) The Impotent Lover, made English from the 
Latin by Hovenden Walker, hf. mor., g.e., 1689, 8vo. 
(677). Dec. 17, Sotheby Dobell, £1 

Galsworthy (Jno.) Strife, the original holograph MS., 148 pp. 
4to., mor. ex. (2054), April 22, Christie, presented by the 
author £^5 

Gamaliel, nueuamente traduzido en lengua Castellana aAadido, 
historiado, z con mucha diligencia Emendado, got^ir 
letter, 36 lines to a page, numerous small woodcuts, mor. 
ex., g.e., by Lloyd, Emprimido enla muy noble y niuy leal 
Ciudad de Seuilla, par Dam. de Robertis, 1536, sm. 4to. 
(290), March 18, Christie Ellis, £15 

Gardens, Old and New. The Country House and its Garden 
Environment, plates, orig. cl., n.d. — The Flower-Garden 
Displayed, copperplates from designs of Mr. Furber and 
others, col. to the life, cf., 1732, together 2 vol., folio (109), 
Aug. 7, Sotheby Parsons, £^ los. 

Gardiner (S.) Detection of the Devils Sophistrie, wherwith 
he robbeth the unlearned people, of the true byleef, in the 
most blessed Sacrament of the Aulter, chiefly blocfe letter, 
passages in Greek and roman letter (woodcut border on 
title defective, portion of last leaf cut away), Jhon Her- 
forde, 1546 — Peryn (W.) Thre godlye and notable Ser- 
mons, of the most honorable and blessed sacrament of the 
Aulter, black letter (a few headlines shaved and side-notes 
cut close), lb., n.d., in i vol., stamped cf., 1546, 8vo. (464), 
Aug. 7, Sothebv Maggs, £j los. 

Gardiner (S. R.) History of England, from the Accession of 
James I. to the outbreak of the Civil War, map, 10 vol., 
hf. cf. gt., 1883-4, 8vo. (170), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

He_ffer, £2 5s. 

Gardiner (S. R.) Oliver Cromwell, one of 1,475 copies on fine 
paper, plates and vignettes, col. port, as front., mor. ex., 
by Rividre, Goupil & Co., 1899, 4to. (531), Oct. 23. Sotheby 

£5 
Gardnor (Jno.) Views taken on or near the Rhine at Aix la 
Chapelle, engraved title (mounted), 32 col. aquatint 
plates, mor. ex., finely tooled, g.e., n.d. {c. 1788), 4to. 
(3447), Feb. 25, Sotheby Edwards, £5 15s. 

Garlandia (Joh. de). Synonyma et Aequivoca cum commento, 
flOtljic letter, woodcut on title [Hain *7476], Cdln, H. 
Quentell, 24 Dec, 1500 — [Garlandia.] Verba Deponen- 
tialis cum commento, Joh. Synthis, t)Ot^ir letter, cut on 
title as above [Hain * 14790], ib., c. 1500 — Synthen (Joh.) 
Composita Verborum, gotljic letter, woodcut on title, 
coin [? Martin of Werden] for H. Quentell, 1501, together 
in I vol., mor. ex. (from the Carthusian monastery of 
Buxheim), 1 500-1 (184), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £^ 15s. 
Garrick (David). Memoirs, interspersed with characters and 
anecdotes, the whole forming a History of the Stage, by 

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Thomas Da vies, illustrated by the addition of 320 ports., 
3 orig. drawings and 16 views, etc., 2 vol. 8vo., inlaid 
and extended to 4 vol. folio, old English mor. gt., g.e., 
1780, folio (159), July 22, Sotheby Parsons, £^S 

[This collection was formerly the property of Queen 
Charlotte, Consort of George III., and was made by her. 
Later it formed part of the library of H.R.H. Princess 
Sophia, and was purchased in 1848 by James Banks 
Stanhope, of Revesby Abbey, Lincolnshire.] 

Garter (Order of the). Statutes and Ordinances of the most 
Noble Order of St. George named the Garter, Reformed 
by K. Henry VIII., MS. on 19 leaves, front, of royal arms 
col. by hand and an engraving of the coffin of K. Charles 
I. inserted, contemp. mor., arms of K. Charles II., xvii. 
Cent., sm. folio (640), Feb. 20, Sotheby Tregaskis, £1^ los. 

Gaskell (Mrs.) Work's, ed. by A.. W. Ward, Knutsford ed., 
port., plates, 8 vol., new cf., 1906, 8vo. (15), Feb. 20, 
Sotheby Lawrence, £'^ 12s. 

Gatine. Galerie fran9aise de Femmes celebres, portraits des- 
sines par M. Lante, 70 col. plates, the last 16 v/ithout 
descriptive letterpress, hf. roan, Paris, Crapelet, 1827^ 
folio (164), June 10, Sotheby Spencer, £^ 

Gautier (Theophile). Emaux et Camees, no aquarelles in col. 
by Henri Caruchet, mor. ex., t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, Paris, 
1903 (691), Dec. 17, Sotheby Kingdon, £1 3s. 

Gautier (Theophile). La Mille et Deuxieme Nuit, one of 160 
copies on Japan paper, plates by Lalauze, in two states, 
mor. gt., elaborately tooled, silk hnings, uncut, t.e.g., by 
Zaehnsdorf, Paris, 1898, roy. 8vo. (690), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

James, £s 15s. 

Gautier (Theophile). Le Capitaine Fracasse, 60 designs by 
Gustave Dore, hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., Paris, 1866, imp. 8vo. 
(683), Dec. 17, Sotheby Davis 6- Orioli, 13s. 

Gautier (Theophile). Le Roi Candaule, one of 200 copies, 
illustrations by Paul Avril, in two states, hf. mor., uncut, 
t.e.g., Paris, 1893, roy. 8vo. (688), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Blackie, £1 7s. 

Gautier (Theophile). Le Tombeau de Theophile Gautier, 
first ed., port., cf. gt., uncut, t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, orig. 
wrapper bound up, Paris, 1873, 4to. (686), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Tregaskis, £1 14s. 

Gautier (Theophile). Les Jeunes-France, Romans Goguenards, 
one of 200 copies on Holland paper, front, by Felicien 
Rops and port., hf. mor., rough edges, Amst., 1866, 8vo. 
(684), Dec. 17, Sotheby Davis & Orioli, i6s. 

Gautier (Theophile). Mademoiselle de Maupin, port, of the 
author and Mdlle. de Maupin and illustrations by Poirson, 
mor. gt., uncut, t.e.g., by Riviere, Paris, 1880, 8vo. (687), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Shepherd, £1 15s. 

Gautier (Theophile). Mademoiselle de Maupin, port, of 
Gautier by Burney after C. Nanteuil, 2 ports, on titles by 
ChampoUion after Leloir and 18 unlettered proof etchings 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [gel 

(including front, to Vol. ii.) by ChampoUion, 2 vol., mor. 
super ex. (original wrappers preserved), rough gt. edges by 
Chiambolle-Duru, Paris, Conquest, 1883, 8vo. (185). July 
29, Sotheby Cartwright, £1 1 5s. 

[" Exemplaire sur papier v61in (only 350 numbered copies 
printed) reli^ sur brochure." This copy contains, further- 
more, a duplicate of front, and the two refused etchings, 
by Bouland his and ChampoUion, after Jeanniot and 
Toudouze, with leaf of description.] 

Gautier (Th^ophile). Menagerie Intime, hf. mor., uncut, 
t.e.g., Paris, 1869 — Poesies, pr6c6d^es d'une Autobio- 
graphic, humorous port., hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g., France, 
1873, together 2 vol., 8vo. (685), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Davis & Orioli, £1 3s. 

Gautier (Th^ophile). Une Nuit de Cl^opatre, one of 200 
copies, illustrations by Paul Avril, in two states, mor., 
elaborately tooled, silk linings, uncut, t.e.g., by Torini 
and Torricelli, in case, Paris, 1894, roy. 8vo. (689), Dec. 
17, Sotheby Bumpus, £1^ 

Gay (J.) Fables, with a Life of the Author, Stockdale's ed., 
plates by Blake, Skelton, etc., 2 vol., ornament on title, 
cut at fore-edges, russ. gt., 1793 (1319), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Lane, £1 8s. 
[/5, orig. bds. (broken and one cover wanting), slightly 
foxed, same sale, Lot 1320.] 

G^y (J-) Fables, Stockdale's ed., large paper, 70 engrav- 
ings by \Vm. Blake, Skelton, etc., 2 vol., mor. gt., uncut, 
t.e.g., by Riviere, choice copy, 1793, imp. 8vo. (694), Dec. 
17, Sotheby Edwards, ;^io 15s. 

[£2 6s., cf., small paper (ro}^. 8vo.), Feb. 25, Sotheby, 
Lot 3290 ; £^ 3s., uncut, Large Paper, name cut from 
title, same sale. Lot 3291.] 

[Gay (J.)] Three Hours after Marriage, a Comedy, first ed., 
cf., g.e., by Riviere and Son, 1717, 8vo. (337), Jan. 23, 
Puttick Dobell, £1 2S. 

Gay (J.) Trivia, or the Art of Walking the Streets of London, 
first ed., vignette on title, name on title, russ. ex., uncut, 
t.e.g., n.d. (1714), 8vo. (927), Feb. 20, Sotheby Maggs, £'^ 

Gayton (E.) Art of Longevity, a Poem, mor. gt., g.e.. Printed 
for the Author, 1659, sm. 4to. (614), Dec. 12, Hodgson £^ 

Gaza (Theod.) Grammaticae institutionis libri quatuor, in 
Latin and Greek, wooden bds. and stamped leather, con- 
taining the initials GG. (inside margins wormed), Vaenun- 
dantur in aedibus Ascensianis, etc. [1521], sm. 4to. (294), 
March 18, Christie Quaritch, ^35 

Gellius (Aulus). Noctes Atticae [ex recensione Jo. Andreae 
Episc. Aleriensis], lit. rom., 174 leaves, including first 
blank, last blank wanting [Hain 7519, Proctor 4084, 
Pellechet 5010], first page of text decorated, with il- 
luminated initial, other initials painted, modern mor., 
g.e., by Chambolle Duru, [colophon] . . Impressi Venetiis, 

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gem] Book-Prices Current. 

per Nicolaum Jenson, Gallicum . . m.cccc.lxxii., folio 
(3173), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, l^g 

Gemini (Thos.) Compendiosa totius Anatomic delineatio, 
ed. prima Latina, dedication to Henry VIII., title in 
compartments, with the royal arms in centre and 40 
anatomical plates (one wanting), old cf. gt., In Officina 
Joanni Herjordie Anno Domini, 1545, folio (3178), Nov. 
22, Sotheby Quaritch, £2^ 

Gemini (Thos.) Compendiosa totius Anatomic delineatio, ed. 
tertio, front, of royal arms (painted and* the crown tin- 
selled) , engraved title with head of Queen Elizabeth (painted 
and tinselled), two plates with movable shps, large en- 
graving of Adam and Eve (col. by hand) and anatomical 
plates (title and two plates mended, stained, leaves weak, 
not subject to return), mor. gt.. Imprinted . . within the 
hlacke fryars by Thomas Gemini, 1559, folio (3179), Nov. 
22, Sotheby Ellis, £1^ 

Genealogical Magazine (The), a Journal of Family History, 
Heraldry and Pedigrees, Vol. i.-vii., orig. cl., 1898-1904, 
4to. (78), Aug. 7, Sotheby Hitchman, £1 

General Stud-Book, containing Pedigrees of Race Horses, Vol. 
i.-xiv. and one Supplement (title of Vol. i. defective), 
hf. cf., not uniform, 1820-81, 8vo. (586), June 17, Sotheby 

Edwards, £j 12s. 

Genest (J.) Some Account of the English Stage, 10 vol., 
extended to 16 vol., and extra illustrated with 819 ports., 
scenes, plates of theatres, col. plates of costume, etc., 
new title-pages printed and MS. index of illustrations 
inserted in each vol., hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., Bath, 1832 [Chel- 
sea, 1865), 8vo. (891), Nov. 5, Sotheby Maggs, £2^ los. 

Genest (J.) Some Account of the English Stage, 10 vol., hf. 
cf., 1832, 8vo. (854), April 8, Sotheby Maggs, ;^io los. 

Gengenbach (Pamph.) Der NoUhart. Dis3 sind die prophetic 
sancti Methodii vnd NoUhardi, etc., first ed., QOt()ic letter, 
34 lines to a page, woodcut on title and 19 other woodcuts 
by Ambrose Holbein, a-g4 = 28 leaves, unnumbered, cf . 
ex., g.e., by F. Bedford (from the Huth collection, ;^24 in 
1913) [s.n., Basle, P. Gengenbach, c. 1515], sm. 4to. (185), 
Dec. 10, Christie Tregaskis, ;^20 

GenUs (Mdme. de). Memoirs, written by herself, port., 8 vol., 
cf., 1825, 8vo. (892), Nov. 5, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £1 i8s. 

Gentleman Angler (The), containing Short, Plain and Easy 
Instructions in Angling, first ed., A. Bettesworth, 1726 — 
Second ed., with large additions, ib., 1736 — Another edi- 
tion (a few leaves missing at end), uncut, G. Kearsley, 
1786, together 3 vol., 8vo. (279), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £1 12s. 

Gentleman's Calling. See Woodhead (A.) 

Gentvlnes and Nobylyte, an Enterlude, large paper (23 
copies printed), mor. gt., g.e., by Hayday, lohes Restell 
me fieri fecit, n.d., 4to. (977), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £1 4s. 

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George IV. Life and Loves of George IV. as depicted by 
Contemporary Caricaturists : Collection of 109 Carica- 
tures, 85 of which are col., by Gillray, " Paul Pry," 
" Sharpshooter," and others, also 3 ports, of Mrs. Fitz- 
herbert and 2 of Mrs. Mary Robinson (" Perdita "), with 
other matter, hf. mor., Exeter, 1902, imp. folio (241), Dec. 
12, Hodgson Spencer, £1^ 

[At this sale (Lot 138) an extra-illustrated copy of 
Cobbett's " History of the Regency and Reign of George 
IV.," 2 vol., 1830, realised ;^4i.] 

Gerard (Abb6). Le Comte de Valmont, front, and 14 plates 
after Monnet, 5 vol., French cf. gt., Paris, 1779, Svo. 
{695), Dec. 17, Sotheby Shepherd, £1 i6s. 

Gerard d'Euphrate. Le Premier Livre do I'Histoire et ancienne 
Cronique de Gerard d'Euphrate, Due de Bourgongne, 
roman letter, woodcuts, mor. ex., arms of the Baron 
Seilliere, g.e., by Duru & ChamboUe, fine copy, Paris, par 
Estienne Groulleau, pour luy, Ian Longis et Vincent Ser- 
tenas, Libraires, 1549, folio (504), May 14, Sotheby 

^<^ggs. ;^22 

Gerarde (Jno.) Herball, first ed., engraved title (stained), 
woodcut illustrations (wanting port, and i (?) preliminary 
leaf), hf. cf., 1597, folio (522), July 22, Sotheby 

Qiiaritch, ;^ii 7s. Od. 

Gerarde (Jno.) Herball, enlarged and amended by T. John- 
son, engraved title, woodcuts, old cf. gt., 1633, folio (276), 
Dec. 4, Sotheby Parsons, £6 15s. 

Gerarde (Jno.) Herball, enlarged and amended by T. John- 
son, engraved title, woodcuts, mor. ex., by Riviere, 
Adam Islip, etc., 1633, folio (3231), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Young, £10 
[£S, old cf ., title and last leaf defective, Feb. 20, Sotheby, 
Lot 194.] 

Gerarde (Jno.) Herball, enlarged and amended by T. John- 
son, engraved title, woodcuts (a few col.), cf., fine copy, 
1636, folio (59), June 3, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £^ 5s. 

Gerichtsordniing Im fiirsfnthiimb Obern vnd Nidern Bayrn 
Anno 1520 aiifgericht, first ed., QOt^ic letter, printed on 
veil., in red and black, woodcut on title, orig. (?) wooden 
bds. with 15th cent, cf., clasps, with arms of Max Comte 
de Preysing, Munich [J oh. Schobsser, ajter 23 Apt., 1520], 
foHo (57), Dec. 10, Christie Tregaskis, £^4 

[Collation : ab8, a-m6, no8 (b8 prel. and 08 are blanks, 
the first missing) = 103 leaves.] 

Germ (The), first ed., 4 etchings, 4 nos. (all published), pale 
pink printed wrappers, as issued, 1850, Svo. (435), Jan. 23, 
Puttick Quaritch, £^0 

Germ (The), first ed., 4 etchings, 4 nos. (all pubhshed), with 
the Address and three handbills (one duplicate) advertis- 
ing the work inserted, cl. lettered on back, 1850. 8vo. 
(too), Jyne 17, Sotheby Matthews, £yo 

[Mr. F. G. Stephens' copy, with names of the authors 

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in his autograph. On the fly-leaf he v/rote : " The 
' Address ' here following was never published ; this is 
probably the unique copy of the same. The sheet to 
which it belongs, pp. 1-16, was cancelled. It is very un- 
likely that any other copies of the three hand-bills in- 
serted in this volume are existing. — July, 1882."] 

Geming (Baron von). Picturesque Tour along the Rhine from 
Mentz to Cologne, 6 orig. parts in wrappers as issued, 24 
col. aquatints by Havell and Sutherland after Schuetz, 
fine set, R. Ackermann, 1820, 4to. (847), April 29, Sotheby 

B. F. Stevens, £(^ 
[^8 los., hf. mor., g.e.. Large Paper, same sale, Lot 848.] 

Geming (Baron von). Picturesque Tour along the Rhine 

from Mentz to Cologne, map and 24 col. plates by Havell 

and others after Schutz, hf. mor., g.t., other edges uncut, 

Ackermann, 1820 (3448), Feb. 25, Sotheby Lowe, £j los. 

[£^, hf. russ. gt., March 4, Christie, Lot 155.] 

Gerrond (J.) Poetical and Prose Works, port, and plate, cf. 
gt., g.e., with a fore-edge painting of a farm-house and 
outbuildings, Leith, 1815, 8vo. (696), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

King don, £1 4s. 

Gerson (Jo.) Collectorum super magnificat, lit. QOtf)., 167 
leaves (only), musical notation on one leaf, capital letters 
and rubrics supplied by hand in red and blue (leaf with 
musical notation torn, but perfect, one leaf defective, a 
few margins wormed, wants 2 leaves at end), mor. gt., 
from the collection of M. Wodhull, with his autograph 
signature [Hain *77i7. Proctor 2458], Mcccclxxiii. s.l. 
{Esslingen, C. Fyner), 1473, folio (165), May 13, Sotheby 

Gaine, £^0 
[Contains the earliest known specimen of musical 
notation. This copy differs from those in the British 
Museum and in the John Rylands library, in that the 
latter are both without lines, whereas in the present copy 
a staff of four red lines has been added in red by the 
illuminator. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Gerson (Jo.) Collectorum super magnificat, lit. QOtl)., 167 
leaves (only), long lines, 38 to a full page, musical nota- 
tion on one leaf on a staff of 4 red lines (added by hand), 
capital letters and rubrics supplied by hand in red and 
blue (leaf with musical notation slightly torn, one leaf 
defective, a few margins wormed, wanted 2 leaves at end 
for rubrics and registrum), mor. gt., from the collection 
of M. Wodhull [Hain *jjij, Proctor 2458], [colophon] Et 
sic terminat hec compilacio devota egregii et famosi magistri 
iohannis gerson sacra pagine doctor eximij cancellarij 
Parisiensis Anno domini Mcccclxxiii. s. I. [Eselingen, C. 
Fyner), 1473, folio (624), Aug. 7, Sotheby Coupland, £^1 
[Contains the earliest known specimen of musical nota- 
tion. The notes were printed at the same time as the 
letterpress, not stamped in afterwards. This copy differs 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug.. 1918. [ges 

from those in the British Museum and in the John Rylands 
Library in that the latter are both without hnes.] 

Gerson (Jo.) De Ecclesiastica Potestate, lit. flOt^., long lines, 
35 to a page, hf. mor., Absque nota [Parisiis, Guido Mer- 
cator, 1484], 4to. (513), April 29. Sotheby Hirst, £^ 

Gerson (Jo.) [De PoUucione Nocturna, an impediat cele- 
brandem vel non] [begins] : ( ) " Ubitatu e ap ^ me 
freqnter," etc., lit. flUtl)., 16 leaves, including an orig. 
blank [Hain *7964, Proctor 800], rubricated, painted 
capitals, mor. gt., g.e., by J. Faulkner, Absque ulla nota 
[Coloniae, U. Zel {type i, with commas), c. 1466], sm. 4to. 
(3187), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £8 15s. 

Gerson (Jo.) Monotessaron, got()ii' letter, leather, Grolieresque 
strap-work, inlaid and painted, dotted gold comers, 
flowers, etc., with " fvl . cor . cardin . et . fp . per." 
on sides, in case [s.n., Cdln, Pyinter oj " Salomonis et 
Marcolphi Dialogns," ? Goiswin Gops or Nic Gotz, c. 
1480], sm. folio (187), Dec. 10, Christie Edwards, £^ los. 
[Hain *77i9, Proctor 1259. Collation: 68 leaves, 
without marks, the last a blank.] 

Gerson (Jo.) Opusculu triptitum de preceptis decalogi de 
ofessioe & de arte moriedi, lit- flOtf)-, 32 leaves, including a 
blank at beginning and end, the first wanting [early typt,, 
4 points to a page] [Hain 7653, Proctor 804], painted 
initials, new veil.. Absque ttlla nota [Coloniae, U. Zel, c. 
1467], sm. 4to. (3190), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Davis 6- Orioli, £8 los. 

Gervaise (C.) Quart livre contenant xxvj chansons musicalles 
a troys parties a deux dessus Sc ung concordant, 32 leaves 
of musical notation (a few small holes in last leaf, a few 
headlines cut into), mor. gt., g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, Paris, 
Pierre Attaignant, 1550, oblong 8vo. (21), May 13, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £5 7s. 6d. 

Gesnerus (C.) Epitome Bibliothecae, wooden bds. and stamped 
cf., stamp dated 1554 (Polish), repaired, Tiguri, apud C. 
Froschoverum, 1555, folio (997), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £6 2S. 6d. 

Gessner (S.) (Euvres, 3 ports, and 48 plates after Moreau, 
4 vol., hf. cf., Paris, Renouard, 1799, 8vo. (697), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Davis 6- Orioli, £1 12s. 

Gesta Romanorum. Ex Gestis Romanorum hystorie notabiles 
de Viciis Virtutibusqs; tractantes, etc., lit. flOt^., long lines, 
30 to a full page (247 leaves, with signs.), sign, a a5, c C4-5, 
also f f 8 (defective), mor., uncut, by C. Lewis, not subject 
to return, Lovanii, impressit Jo. de Westfalia, s.a. [14 — ]. 
sm. 4to. (262), Dec. 17, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £->,2. 

Gesta Romanorum. F. 2 : Ex gestis romanoli hystorie n6- 
biles : de vitijs v'tutibusq^ tractantes, etc., (^otllic letter, 
mor., g.e. (some edges uncut), (from the Huth collection, 
;^6o in 191 3) \s.n., COln, U. Zell, c. 1470-5], sm. folio (188), 
Dec. I o, Christie Quaritch, £112 

[Protiably the first ed. Hain 7734, Proctor 872. The 

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first leaf (a blank) wanting. Collation : [a-no] = 170 
leaves. Partly signed in old MS.] 

Gesta Romanorum. Ex Gestis Romanorum hystorie notabiles, 
de viciis virtutibusq5. q. tractantes, lit. gotft., 144 leaves 
(wanted leaf in sheet P), painted initials, stamped mor., 
g.e., by Lortic, not subject to return, Gouda, per Gerardum 
Leeu, anno 1480, sm. 8vo. (254), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £1 1 

Gesta Romanorum cii applicationibus moralisatis z mysticis, 
QOt^ic letter, wooden bds. and stamped pigskin (rebacked) 
[s.n., Augsburg, A. Sorg, c. 1487], sm. folio (189), Dec. 10, 
Christie Qiiaritch, £11 los. 

[Hain *7789. MS. on title. Collation: Title + xci.+ 
Table 6 leaves = 98 leaves.] 

Gesta Romanorum. Das biich Gesta Romanoru. der romer. 
vo : den geschichte oder geschehen dingen gaistlichen. vnd 
Voeltliche, got^ic letter, outline initials, mor. ex., g.e., by 
Belz-Nidree, arms of Baron Seilliere, Augsburg, J. Schob- 
sser, 23 Feb., 1489, sm. folio (190), Dec. 10, Christie 

Tregaskis, £16 
[First German ed. Hain *7753, Proctor 1863. Colla- 
tion : Prel. 4 X a-q8 132 leaves. Sig. di missing; £12., 
mor. ex., a leaf wanting, March 18, Christie, Lot 858.] 

Gesta Romanorum cii applicatioibs* moralisatis ac misticis, lit. 
QOtl)., cxxviii. numbered folios and 8 leaves of title and 
tabula, with signs. [Hain *7749], title-page renewed and 
the words inlaid, modern russ., antique ornaments, g.e, 
[colophon] . . Anno nostre Salut^ m.cccc.xcvii. In die 
SanctolJ. Martyru ruorii fabiavi &> sebastiani, s.n. impr. 
[? Basil., Jo. Amorbach], sm. 4to. (3193), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £6 

Ghetiden (Die) vanden seuen bliscappen onser lieuer vrouwen. 
Die seue psalme onser lieuer vrouwen, etc., gotl)ir letter, 
20 lines to a page, full-page woodcut of Virgin and Child 
with floral border, a similar border to opposite page, about 
140 small woodcuts, within borders, with contemp. col., 
old veil, (fine copy), Gheprent ter Goude tot die Collacie 
breeders Int iaer ons here m.ccccc. ende Hi., i2mo. (191), 
Dec. 10, Christie Tregaskis, £1^0 

[Probably unique. Books from the press of the Fran- 
ciscan monastery of Emmaus at Gouda are extremely 
rare. Collation: a-m8, n4=ioo leaves, unnumbered.] 

Gibbon (E.) Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, ed. by 
Milman, Guizot and Smith, port, and maps, 8 vol., cf. gt,, 
by Riviere, 1862, 8vo. (177), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Bumpus, £^ I2s. 6d. 

[Gibbon (E.)] Essai sur I'lfitude de la Litterature, orig. 
wrappers, uncut, Suivant la copie d Londres, chez T. Becket 
&> P. A. de Hondt, 1762, 8vo. (959), July 22, Sotheby 

Bain, £1 los. 

Gibson (Fr.) Memoirs of the Bastille, plan and 2 col. plates, 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [gil 

hi. mor., t.e.g., uncut, Whitby, 1802, 8vo. (3292), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Giles, £4 4s. 

Gibbs (Jas.) Book of Architecture, first ed., 150 plates, name 
on title, cf., 1728, foUo (256), March 25, Sotheby 

Freemantle, £^ 
[£2, old cf., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 127.] 

Gilbert (Benj.) Narrative of the Captivity and Sufferings of 
Benjamin Gilbert and his Family, 1790 — Journal of 
Daniel Stanton, late of Philadelphia, 1799 — Some Account 
of the life of William Reckitt, 1799, 3 vol. in i, 1790-99, 
8vo. (154), Jan. 23, Puttick F. Edwards, £4 5s. 

Gilbert (J. T.) Calendar of Ancient Records of Dublin, ports 
and facs., 8 vol., orig. hf. leather, uncut, Dublin, 1B89- 
1901, 8vo. (585), July 29, Sotheby Quaritch, £i 3s. 

Gilbert (J. T.) Jacobite Narrative of the War in Ireland, 
1688-91, with contemporary letters and papers, 200 copies 
printed, ports, and facs., hf. mor. gt., g.t., Dublin, 1892, 
4to. (607), July 29, Sotheby Harding, £1 los. 

Gilbert (W.) On the Magnet, Magnetick Bodies also, and on 
the great Magnet of the Earth, woodcuts, Chiswick Press, 
1900 — Notes on the De Magnete of Dr. William Gilbert, 
plate on India paper, Privately printed, 1901, in i vol., 
veil., uncut, 1900- 1, folio (998), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Heffer,£z 15s. 

Gilbert (W. S.) " Bab " Ballads, first ed. of the first series, 
illustrations by the author, orig. green cl., g.e., 1869, sm. 
4to. (904), Nov. 5, Sotheby Treqaskis, £1 los. 

Gilbert (W. S.) Bab Ballads and More Bab Ballads, first eds., 
illustrations by the author, 2 vol., mor, gt., silk linings, 
g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, orig. covers bound in, i869-(7i), 4to. 
(698), Dec. 17, Sotheby Sylvester, £g los. 

Gilchrist (A.) Life of William Blake, illustrations on India 
paper, 2 vol., rough edges, orig. cl., 1880, 8vo. (1175), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Bain, £4 los. 

[Gildon (Chas.)] Measure for Measure, or Beauty the Best 
Advocate, written originally by Mr. Shakespear : and 
now very much alter'd, with additions, first ed., hf. title 
(some leaves stained), mor. ex., by Riviere, Printed for D. 
Brown, 1700, 4to. (755), April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £1 12s. 

Gilles (N.) Les treselegantes & copieuses Annales . . . des 
moderateurs des belliqueses Gaules, etc., woodcuts, coats- 
of-arms, etc., mor., blind stamped, arms of the Tennant 
family in gold on sides, g.e,, by C Lewis, Paris, Galiot du 
Pre, 1547, folio (926), May 14, Sotheby Ellis, ;^io 

Gillow (Jos.) Literary and Biographical History of the Eng- 
lish Catholics, 5 vol., n.d,, 8vo. (2), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Harmsworth, £2 15s. 

Gillray (Jas.) Caricatures, 80 col. plates, hf. cf. (no title ever 
printed), London, J. Miller and W. Blackwood, n.d, (c. 
1800), 4to. (214), Dec. 12, Hodgson £7 5s. 

Gillray (Jtis.) Caricatures, col. plates, port, of Gillray and 
2 plates inserted (The Grand Coronation Procession of 

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■GIL] Book-Prices Current. 

Napoleon, cut and mounted, and A Charm for Demo- 
cracy), hf. mor., n.d., oblong 4to. (680), June 17, Sotheby 

Edivards, £4. los, 

Gillray (Jas.) HoUandia Regenerata, 20 plates in red, descrip- 
tions in Dutch, French and English, hf. mor., uncut, 
t.e.g. [1792-3], 4to. (237), Dec. 12, Hodgson Spencer, £1 i6s. 

Gillray (Jas.) Works, containing upwards of 800 engravings 
and a few orig. drawings, arranged in chronological order 
and inlaid, 8 vol., mor. gt., g.e., by F. Bedford, 1777-1811, 
folio (3233), Feb. 25, Sotheby Rohson, £2^$ 

Gillray (Jas.) Works, ed. by T. Wright and R. H. Evans, 
port, and engravings from the original plates, also the 
series of suppressed plates, 2 vol., atlas folio, with a de- 
scriptive account, in 8vo. (loose in cover), together 3 
vol., uniform hf. mor., g.e., Bohn, 1851 (239), Dec. 12, 
Hodgson Lowe, £^ 

Gilpin (Wm.) Practical Illustration of Gilpin's Day, repre- 
senting Various Effects on Landscape Scenery, 30 col. 
plates, hf. cf., 1811, foUo (3232), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Peel, £1 I OS. 

Gioiello di sapienza nel quale si contengono gl' Auuisi d'Arme. 
Con molti bellissimi Secreti medicinali, c artifiziose, e 
alcuni auuisi contra gl' animali, cut on title and others in 
the text of sword-play, others of explosives (24 leaves, 
sign. A), mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd, Firenze, alle Scale di 
Badia, 1625, i2mo. (300), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £\o los. 

Giovanni (Ser). II Pecorone, italic letter, last leaf in fac, old 
mor. gt. (some leaves stained), Milano, appresso di Giovann' 
Antonio degli Antonii, 1558, sm. 8vo. (239), June 10, 
Sotheby Davis & Orioli, £10 5s. 

Giovanni (Ser.) The Pecorone, trans, by W. G. Waters, 
illustrated by E. R. Hughes, orig. cl., Lawrence & BuUen, 
1897, imp. 8vo. (150), Oct. 24, Hodgson 

Wooland, £2. 7s. 6d. 
{£2. 14s., same state, Dec. 19, Hodgson, Lot 215.] 

Giovio (Paolo). See Jovius 

Giraldi (Lilio Gregorio). Syntagma de Musis, roman letter, 
woodcut on title and 9 others in the text [Proctor 10188], 
A4, b8, 04=16 leaves, unnumbered, hf. mor., g.e., Strass- 
burg, Matt. Schiirer, 1511, sm. 4to. (193), Dec. 10, Christie 

Bull, £3 

Girardi (P. F.) II Mercuric del decimo-settimo secolo, Napoli, 
G. Passaro, 1664, sm. 4 to. (77), April 8, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £^ los. 
[XVII. century French mor., tooled a petits fers, with 
coronetted monogram, J. B. C, small arms of J. B. 
Colbert, with the St. Esprit collar, m.e., in good state.] 

Gironi (Rob.) Le Danze dei Greci, thick paper, col. plates, 
con temp. mor. gt., with comer fan and centre ornaments, 
silk linings, g.e., Milano dalV Imperiale Regia Stamperia, 
1820, folio (^40), June 10, Sotheby Bumpus, £6 los. 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [gle 

Gissing (Geo.) Isabel Clarendon, orig. autograph MS. of about 
240 pp. 4to. (2907), Feb. 25, Sotheby Spencer, £^^6 

Giusto (II). Inganno, Comedia Nuovo (39 pages). In Siena, 
alia Loggia del Papa, 1583 — Gl' Intrighi Amorosi Corn- 
media villesca (70 pages), ib., 1587 — Liberatione d'Amore 
(a-c 8), ib., s.a. — II ladro cacco, italic letter (a-f 8), Venetia, 
1583 — Sena fila, Comedia Pastorale (a-c 8), Siena, s.a. — 
Gl' Inganni Villaneschi (a-b 8), ib., s.a. — Tita, Egloga 
Rusticale (48 pages), ib., 1583, and 3 other similar pieces, 
in I vol., old of., i2mo. (301), March 18, Christie 

Davis 6- Orioli, £10 los. 

Glanville (Bart.) Bartholomeus de Proprietatibus Rerum 
(trans, into English by John de Trevisa), first ed., block 
letter, double columns, woodcuts and ornamental initials, 
mor. ex., g.e., by Pratt, in case, London, Wynkyn de 
Worde, n.d. [1496] (2656), April 22, Christie, presented by 
Miss Baskerville Mynors ;^iio 

[Printed on paper made at Hertford by John Tate (see 
verses). Title and first leaf repaired, A iii. and last leaf 
of table in fac, the last leaf made up with an original 
device of Caxton's and reverse in fac] 

Glanville (Bart.) El libro de las propriedades de las cosas 
trasladado de latin en Romance por el reverendo padre 
Fray, QOt()ic letter, double columns of 47 lines to a full 
page, title with coat-of-arms, 17 large woodcuts, Spanish 

mor. ex., g.e., Emprimido en tholosa por Henrique 

Meyer de Alemanna, Sept. 18, 1494, sm. folio (302), March 
18, Christie Davis cS- Orioli, £2^ 

[Hain 2523, Proctor 8722. The title is in fac, several 
leaves repaired and some preliminary leaves wanting.] 

Glapthorne (Hy.) The Hollander, a Comedy, first ed. (35 
leaves, title on a2), new hf. mor., /. Okes for A. Milson in 
Grayes-lnne Gate, 1640, sm. 4to. (1097), July 22, Sotheby 

Dobell, £2 I OS. 

Glareanus. See Loritus (H.) 

Glas (Geo.) History' of the Discovery and Conquest of the 
Canary Islands, trans, from a Spanish Manuscript lately 
found in the Island of Palma, first ed., folding map and 
chart, orig. bds., uncut, 1764, 4to. (236), July 29, Sotheby 

Ewart, I OS. 

Glasse (Mrs. H.) Art of Cookery, made Plain and Easy, first 

ed., con temp. mor. gt., arms of the Montagu family, 

Printed for the Author, 1747, sm. folio (776), April 29, 

Sotheby Pickering, £21 

[£12 los., new mor. ex., July 22, Sotheby, Lot 1098.] 

Glen (J. B.) Du debvoir des filles, traict^ brief, et fort utile, 
divise en deux parties, 20 plates of lace patterns, French 
mor. ex., g.e., from the Yemeniz collection, prel. 14 pp.4 
pp. 120 4- 20 plates, Liege, chez J. de Glen, 1597, oblong 
8vo. (443), March 18, Christie Andrew, £16 

[Brunet mentions 12 unqumbered pages in the second 

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gob] Book-Prices Current. / 

part ; these are wanting in this copy. He also gives 39 
as the number of plates.] 

Gobin (Robt.) Les loups rauissans. Cestuy liure Ou autre- 
ment doctrinal moral Intitule est : qui deliure Douze 
chapitres en general Ou chascun se brutte et rural Nest 
par trop il pourra congnoistre Comment euiter vice et 
mal On doit et tres vertueux estre, lettres batardes, 43, 
woodcuts, mor. ex., doublures, g.e., by Marius Michel, 
arms of Baron Seilliere (from the Hope collection), Im- 
prime pour Anthoine Verard .... Paris [s.d., 1503], sm. 
4to. (303), March 18, Christie Quaritch, ;^ioo 

Godefrey of Boloyne. Hertzog Gotfrid wie er wider die 
Tiirgen vnd Hayden gestritten vnd dz heyhg Grab ge- 
wunen hat, gotl^if XtiitX, woodcut on verso of xylographic 
title (inner margin repaired) and 82 ornamental initials, 
mor., g.e., by HoUoway (from the Huth collection, £2^ 
los. in 1913), Gedruckt Lucas Zeissenmair zu Augspurg. 
Vnd volenndet am afftermontag vor leorij, 1502, sm. 4to. 
(194), Dec. 10, Christie Ellis, £10 los, 

[Second ed. in German. Proctor 10656 a-nS, 06 = 
no leaves, unnumbered.] 

Godefrey of Boloyne, done after the first ed., corrected for the 
Press by rf. H. Sparling, woodcut initials, many with 
borders, veil., uncut, Kelmscott Press, 1893, sm. folio 
(457), July 22, Sotheby Bumpus, £12 los. 

Goethe (J. W. von). Die Leiden des Jungen Werther, printed 
in red and black, veil., uncut. Doves Press, 191 1, 4to. (664), 
Aug. 7, Sotheby Tregaskis, £6 15s. 

Goethe (J. W. von). Iphigenie auf Tauris, printed in red and 
black, veil., uncut, Doves Press, 1912, 4to. (665), Aug. 7,. 
Sotheby Maggs, £j 5s. 

Goethe (J. W. von). Sammtliche Werke, 30 vol. in 18, cf. gt., 
arms on the sides, Stuttgart, etc., 1850, 8vo. (703), Dec. 17,. 
Sotheby Hill, £2 7s. 6d. 

Goethe (J. W. von). Schriften, first collected ed., fronts, and 
vignette titles by Chodowiecki, Angelica Kauffman, etc., 
8 vol., hf. cf., Leipzig, G. J. Goschen, 1787-89, 8vo. (77), 
Dec. 6, Hodgson Maggs, £^ 

Goethe (J. W. von). Taschenbuch fiir 1798: [being the first 
ed. of] Hermann und Dorothea, fornt. and col. plate, etc., 
Berlin — Historischer Calender fiir Damen, fiir 1791, 1792 
and 1793, von Friedrich Schiller, plates, 3 vol., Leipzig, 
together 4 vol., boards, as issued, 24mo. (76), Dec. 6, 
Hodgson £^ 15s. 

Golden Coast, The, or a Description of Guinney (a few head- 
lines cut into, small hole in f 3, mor. ex., g. e., by Riviere, 
S. Speed, 1665, 4to. (57), Dec. 17, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 

Goldsmith (O.) Deserted Village, first ed. (with hf.-titlej,. 
vignette by Isaac Taylor on title, new hf. mor., clean 
copy, W. Griffin, at Garrick's Head in Catherine Street, 
Strand, 1770, 4to. (iioo), July 22, Sotheby 

Pickering, £1^ los. 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [gol 

Goldsmith (O.) Deserted Village, illustrated by the Etching 
Club, 35 etchings, proofs on India paper before the text, 
mounted, loose in atlas portfolio, 1841 (928), May 14, 
Sotheby Fredericks, /^ 

Goldsmith (O.) Good Natur'd Man : A Comedy, first ed., 

mor. gt., g.e., by Riviere, London, printed for W. Grijffin, 

1768, 8vo. (251), Dec. 3, American Art Association $40 

[Pp. vi. 74, with the hf, -title. Apparently the second 

issue without the epilogue.] 

Goldsmith (O.) History of England, in a Series of Letters 
from a Nobleman to his Son, first ed., with an original 
signed receipt pasted on fiy-leaf of Vol. i., " Received 
from Mr. James Dodsley thirty guineas for writing and 
compiling an history of England, August 3th {sic) 17O4 — 
Ohver Goldsmith," 2 vol., orig. cf., J. Newbery, 1764, cr. 
8vo. (1099), July 22, Sotheby Sotheran, £^^ 

Goldsmith (O.) Poems and Plays, to which is prefixed a Life 
of the Author, first complete collected ed., engraved vig- 
nette port., orig. cf., Dublin, 1777, 8vo. (557), July 29, 
Sotheby Maggs, £^ 

[This appears to be on Large Paper, and it is also on 
thicker paper than is usually the case. A small piece torn 
from top front corner of title.] 

Goldsmith (O.) She Stoops to Conquer, first ed., the first 
issue, with the errors {e.g., pp. 73-80 missed), old cf. (3 
leaves defective, some others bound in the vol.), F. New- 
bery, 1773, 8vo. (925), Nov. 5, Sotheby Phillips, £16 
[^25, mor. ex., first issue, April 22, Christie, Lot 2514.] 

Goldsmith (O.) Vicar of Wakefield, first ed., first issue, with 
the error " Waekefield " in the headline of p. 95 of Vol. ii., 
2 vol., mor. ex., g.e., by F. Bedford, Salisbury, printed by 
B Collins for J. Newbery, 1766 (2513), April 22, Christie, 
presented by Mr. George Weston 4^ 25 

Goldsmith (O.) Vicar of Wakefield, first issue, 24 col. designs 
by Rowlandson, mor. ex., t.e.g., the other edges uncut, 
by Riviere, R. Ackermann, 181 7, 8vo. (loi), Dec. 6, 
Hodgson Spencer, £2C> 

[July 26, 1917, Hodgson; £1^, mor. ex., first issue, 
same sale. Lot 102 ; £2$, orig. bds., back missing, March 
13, Hodgson, Lot 541.] 

Goldsmith (O.) Vicar of Wakefield, 24 col. illustrations by T. 
Rowlandson, mor. gt., silk linings, g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, 
Ackermann, 181 7, roy. 8vo. (705), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Spencer, £i9> los. 

[£16 los., cf. gt., Feb. 25, Sotheby, Lot 3298; £12 5s.. 

ed. of 1823, orig. bds. (part missing), same sale. Lot 3299.] 

Goldsmith (O.) Vicar of Wakefield, 24 col. plates by Row- 
landson (front, slightly spotted), R. Ackermann, 1823, 
8vo. (1197), Oct. 23, Sotheby Parsons, £^ 15s. 

Goldsmith (O.) Works, port, and plates, 20 vol., mor. gt., 
g.e., 182s. 8vo. (165), July 22, Sotheby Leon, £\2 

Goldsmith (dT) [Works.] Miscellaneous Works, ed. by James 

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gol] Book-Prices Current. 

Prior, 4 vol. — The Life of Oliver Goldsmith, 2 vol., uniform 
mor., t.e.g., 1837, 8vo. (509), June 17, Sotheby 

Sawyer, £4 5s. 

Goldsmith (O.) Works, Library ed., ed. by P. Cunningham, 
title vignettes, 4 vol., mor. gt., g.e., Murray, 1854, 8vo. 
{75^)> Oct. 23, Sotheby Bumpus, £^ los. 

Goltzius (Hubert). Historiae Imperatorum Caesarumque Ro- 
manorum . . . liber primus, roman letter, 40 and 47 lines 
to a page, engraved title, 54 plates of coins and woodcut 
initials, orig. mor. ex., g.e., in case, Brugis Flandrorum 
apud Hubertum GoUzium, Sept., 1562-3, sm. folio (197), 
Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, ^33 

[The binding was no doubt executed for Mark Lauwrin, 
Lord of WatervUet, and, according to an inscription on 
the front side, was presented to a relative of his. In the 
centre of each side, within a wreath, is " Hvbertas Avrea 
Secli.," the motto of Goltzius.] 

Goltzius (Hubert). Los Vivos Retratos De Todos Los Empera- 
dores, desde lulio Cesar hasta el Emperador Carlos. V. y 
Don Fernando su hermano, 134 ports, in deep brown, 
mor. (17th cent.) gt., g.e., Antwerp, Gillis Copenius van 
Diest, 1560, folio (196), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £6 

[First ed. in Spanish, a, a-b, d-z, Aa-Ee6, Ff-Gg4 (last 
blank) = 176 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Goltzius (Hubert). Vivae Omnium Fere Imperatorum Imag- 
ines, A. C. lulio Cses. Vsque Ad Carolum V. Et Ferdinan- 
dum Eius Fratem, etc. orig. ed., italic letter, ornamental 
title-page (repaired), 133 medallion ports, in tints, also 
several leaves, with only the circular space provided, cf. 
gt. (rebacked), Antwerp, Gillis Copenius van Diest, 1557, 
folio (195), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £-i 

[The illustrations are in chiaroscuro. The blocks are 
said to have been cut by Jose Gietleughen of Courtrai. 
Collation: *6, ab, a-z, Aa-Bb6, ccDd4 (last blank) = 176 
leaves, unnumbered ; ai mended.] 

Gomberville (M. Le Roy de). Polexandre, engraved titles, 8 
vol., old French mor. gt., g.e., arms of Jeanne d' Albert de 
Luynes, Comtesse de Verrue, crests stamped on backs, 
Paris, Augustin Courbe, 1637, 8vo. (506), May 14, Sotheby 

Ellis, £10 

Gomez de Luque (Gonzalez). Libro Primero de los famosos 
hechos del principe Celidon de Iberia, roman letter, double 
columns (corner torn off folio 27 and some text suppUed 
in MS.), mor. ex., g.e., En Alcala, en casa de Juan liiiguez 
de Lequerica, 1583, 4to. (241), June 10, Sotheby 

Crowther, £4 los. 

Gonse (L.) L'Art Japonais, plain and col. illustrations, 2 vol., 
orig, silk (one back off), Paris, 1883, folio (337), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Quaritch,' £5 15s. 

Gospels of the Power Evangelists. See New Testament 

Gotch (J. A.) Architecture of the Renaissance in England, 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [gou 

145 plates, 2 vol., hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., 1804, folio (303) » 
June 17, Sotheby Hill, £^ los. 

[£j\ 8s., hf. mor., t.e.g., Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot no.] 

Gotch (J. A.) Early Renaissance Architecture in England, 
illustrations, orig. cl., 1901, 8vo. (98), Jan. 23, Puttick 

Walton, I2S. 

[Gough (R.)] Coins of the Seleucida?, Kings of Syria, Dunae 
Cabinet, 25 plates, 1803 — Coins of the Kings of Macedonia, 
12 plates, n.d., in i vol., the plates by Bartolozzi, russ. 
(cracked), uncut, Masterman Sykes' copy, 1803, 4to. (488), 
Jan. 23, Puttick Nelson, £1 12s. 6d. 

Gough (R.) Sepulchral Monuments in Great Britain, 243 
plates by Basire, 2 parts in 6 vol., russ. gt., g.e., by Clarke 
and Bedford, comparatively few stains (unusual in this 
work), one or two margins repaired, 1786-96, folio (1075), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Edwards, £1} 

Gould (Jno.) Birds of Asia, complete set of 35 parts, of which 
25 are bound in 5 vol., mor. ex., g.e., the remainder in 
orig. bds. as issued, upwards of 400 col. plates, 1850-83, 
folio (171), July 22, Sotheby Edwards, £5^ 

[/68, mor. gt., g.e., 7 vol. (back cover of Vol. v. rubbed) » 
Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 245.] 

Gould (Jno.) Birds of Australia, Parts 16, 18-25, 9 in all, 
with 17 col. plates to each part (one leaf torn), orig. bds. 
as issued, 1844-6, folio (164), July 29, Sotheby 

Cartwright, £\^ 

Gould (Jno.) Birds of Australia, col. plates, 7 vol. (without 
the Supplement), mor. ex., g.e., 1848, folio (167), July 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £iiS 

Gould (Jno.) [Birds of Australia.] Handbook to the Birds 
of Australia, 2 vol., name on titles, orig. cl. gt., 1865, 8vo. 
(236), Aug. 7, Sotheby Maggs, 17s. 

Gould (Jno.) Birds of Australia, 53 (only) col. plates, with 
descriptive letterpress (a few plates foxed), mor. gt., g.e., 
n.d., folio (251), Aug. 7, Sotheby Edwards, £(y 

Gould (Jno.) Birds of Europe, col. plates, 5 vol., mor. gt., 
g.e. (a little rubbed), 1837, folio (247), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £49 

Gould (Jno.) Century of Birds from the Himalaya Moun- 
tains, col. plates, mor. gt., g.e., 1832, folio (252), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £g los. 

[£g, hf. russ. (cracked), same sale, Lot 253.] 

Gould (Jno.) Mammals of Australia, col. plates, 3 vol., mor. 
ex., g.e., 1863, folio (169), July 22, Sotheby Bumpus, ;^38 

Gould (Jno.) Monograph of the Odontophorina;, or Partridges 
of America, col. plates, mor. gt., g.e., 1850, folio (248), 
Aug. 7, Sotheb}^ G. H. Brown, ;^ii 5s. 

[£g los., mor. ex., July 22, Sotheby, Lot 168.] 

Gould (Jno.) Monograph of the Ramphastida?, or Family of 
Toucans, col. plates, mor. gt., g.e., 1834, folio (250), Aug. 
7, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £^ los. 

Gould (Jno.f Monograph of the Ramphastida% or Fanuly of 

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Toucans, col. plates, mor. ex., g.e., 1854, folio (170), July 
22, Sotheby Quaritch, £g 

Oould (J no.) Monograph of the Trochilidae, or Humming 
Birds, col. plates, 5 vol. and Supplement, together 6 vol., 
mor. gt., g.e., 1861-87, folio (244), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Edwards, £s^ 

•Gould (Jno.) Monograph of the Trogonidae, or Family of 
Trogons, col. plates (one plate torn), mor. gt., g.e., 1838, 
folio (249), Aug. 7, Sotheby G. H. Brown, ^3 los. 

Gould (Jno.) [Works.] Analytical Index to the Works of the 
late J. Gould, by R. B. Sharpe, with a Biographical 
Memoir, port., orig. cl., 1893, sm. folio (166), July 22, 
Sotheby Edwards, 9s. 

Gould (Jno.) and Sharpe (R. B.) Birds of New Guinea, col. 
plates, 5 vol., mor. gt., g.e., 1875-88, folio (246), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby G. H. Brown, £66 

Gould (R. F.) History of Freemasonry, plates, 3 vol., mor. 
ex., g.e., Edinb., n.d., 4to. (440), May 14, Sotheby 

Heffer, £1 13s. 

Gower (Jno.) De Confessione Amantis, got^ic letter, woodcut 
border to title (defective), modem mor., g.e., by Riviere, 
Thomas Berthelete, 1554, folio (162), Dec, 17, Sotheby 

Dohell, £j 15s. 

Goya y Lucientes (Fr.) Caprichos inventados y grabados al 
aqua forte, 80 plates, including port., Spanish cf. gt., 
[Madrid, 1799], sm. folio (307), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £\i 

Goya y Lurientes (Fr.) Los Proverbios, 18 etchings, proofs 
before letters, hf. Spanish mor., Madrid, 1864, sm. folio 
(308), March 18, Christie Colnaghi, ;^ii 

Gradus ad Cantabrigiam, by a Brace of Cantabs, port., col. 
front, and 5 col. plates, hf. cf. gt., t.e.g., 1824, 8vo. (708), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby E. Stevens, £1 14s. 

Grand Calendrier et Compost des Bergers, compose par le 
Berger de la Grande Montaigne, etc., woodcuts (title and 
2 leaves repaired, 2 leaves partly gone, 2 leaves defective, 
6 leaves cut into and several leaves stained), stamped 
boarded russ., g.e., Aluon povr Estienne Tantillon, 1610 
(80), Aug. 7, Sotheby Winter, £1 14s. 

Grand Calendrier. See also Shepherd's Calendar 

Granger (J.) Biographical History of England, fifth ed., 
printed on foUo paper and extra illustrated, 4 vol., russ. 
gt., g.e.. Printed jor the Illustrator, n.d., folio (649), Nov. 
13, Puttick Braun, £y 

[Another extra illustrated copy (by A. M. Broadley) 
extended to 20 vol., hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., realised ;^42, Dec. 
4, Sotheby, Lot 1202.] 

Granville (Geo.) See Lansdowne (Geo. Granville, Lord) 

Grapaldus (Fr. M.) De Partibus aedium cum additamentis, 
lit. rom., long lines, woodcut floreate initials, con temp. 
Netherlands (Tournay) stamped leather, sides covered 
with conventional fleurs-de-lis and a shepherd leaning on 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 191 8. [ore 

his crook, small square stamps (see Weale 363-4) (upper 
cover damaged, from Wm. Morris's library), Franctscus 
Ugoletus Parmensis impressi anno 1506, sm. 4to. (3203), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Edwards, £<^ 15s. 

Graphaeus (Corn.) i)e Triumphe va Antwerpen. Title : De 
seer wonderlijcke, schoone, Triumphelijcke Incompst, van 
den hooghmogenden Prince Philips, Prince van Spaignen 
. . Anno M.ccccc.XLix., gotl)if letter, title (hf.-title) within 
woodcut border, 29 woodcuts by Pieter Coeck, hf. mor., 
[colophon] Geprint Tantwerpen, voer Peeler Coecke van 
Aelst, gesworen Printere, by Gillis van Diest, 1550, sm. folio 
(198), Dec. 10, Christie Parsons, £"] 5s. 

[A copy of this ed. in Flemish is in the S. Kensington 
Museum. Collation: A-H4, 16, K4, L2+1, m-04 = 57 
leaves, unnumbered.] 

Graphaeus (Corn.) Le triumphe d'Anuers, woodcuts by P. 
Coeck d'.Tllost (some folded), mor. ex., g.e., by Chambolle- 
Duru (from the Huth collection, {^\o los. in 1913), Im- 
primJ a Anuers, pour Pierre Coeck d' A Host . . . par Gillis 
van Diest, 1550, sm. folio (318), March 18, Christie 

Edwards, /21 

Gratianus. [Decretales.] Decretorum Codex, emendatum per 
Cuthbertum Stoutenburch, lit. gotf)., 552 leaves, including 
an orig. blank [Hain *7882, Proctor 4420], contemp. 
(Buxheim Monastery) oak bds. and pigskin, with stamps 
and the name " Maria," hf. clasps and clasp catches, 
rough edges, [colophon] . . Adam de rotwyl, ex ducentis 
Venetiis diligetissime impressum . . . s. a. [c. 1480], thick 
sm. 4to. (3204), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £g 

Gratianus. [Decretales.] In nomine sancte et individue trini- 
tatis, roman letter, 477 leaves, initials in blue and red, a 
few marginal MS. notes (a number of leaves stained and 
3 repaired), orig. stamped pigskin, with clasps, bookplate 
and stamp (on folio i) of H. Lloyd, Archbishop of Canter- 
bury [Hain *7889, Proctor 7529], Georgia Laur., Roma, 
1476, folio (143), July 29, Sotheby Thorp, £2 los. 

Graves (Alg.) and Cronin (W. V.) History of the Works of 
Sir Joshua Reynolds, photogravure plates (edition limited 
to 135 copies), mor. ex., uncut, t.e.g., 1899-1901, 8vo. (14), 
Nov. 26, Christie Douglas, £^^ 

Gray (Thos.) Bentley's Designs for Six Poems, by T. Gray, 
LARGE PAPER, printed on one side only, mor., gt. borders, 
uncut, t.e.g., J. Dodsley, 1765, folio (715), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

France, £^ 

Gray (Thos.) Odes, first ed., vignette on title of Strawberry 
Hill, cf. ex., g.e., by F. Bedford, Printed at Strawberry 
Hill, 1757. 4to. (1488), April 8, Sotheby Quaritch, £\i. 

Grazzini (A. F.) La Prima e la Seconda Cena, Novelle, large 
PAPER, old mor. gt., g.e. (Derome), In Londra, Parigi, 
1756, 4to. (717), Dec. 17, Sotheby Edwards, £5 

[£2, On small paper, mor. gt., same sale. Lot 716.] 

Gr6ard (V. C. O.) Meissonier, his Life and his Art, trans, by 

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Lady Mary Loyd and Florence Simmonds, 38 plates, 
orig. cl., 1897, folio (116), July 29, Sotheby Kerry s, £1 6s. 

Greeks (The), a Poem, 6 col. etchings by G. Cruikshank, cf. gt., 
uncut, t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, 181 7, 8vo. (718), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Spencer, £2. los. 

Green (J. R.) History of the English People, 8 vol., orig. cl., 
1895-6, 8vo. (104), Jan. 23, Puttick Bumpus, 17s. 

Green (J. R.) Short History of the English People, first ed. 
of the illustrated issue, ed. by Mrs. J. R. Green and Kate 
Norgate, col. plates and maps, 4 vol., hf. mor., g.t., 
1892-4, 8vo. (197), July 29, Sotheby Bumpus, £2 15s. 

Green (J. R.) Short History of the English People, illustrated 
ed., 3 vol., hf. mor., 1898, 8vo. (105), Jan. 23, Puttick 

Bumpus, £1 I2S. 6d. 

Green (J. R.) Short History of the English People, ed. by 

Mrs. Green and Kate Norgate, illustrated ed., plates, 

some col., 4 vol., new hf. cf. gt., t.e.g., uncut, 1902-3, 8vo. 

(134), Dec. 19, Hodgson Woore, £2 8s. 

[£i 6s., orig. cl., Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 27.] 

Green (M. A.) The Eighteenth Century Architecture of Bath, 

plates, limited to 500 copies, orig. cl., 1904, 4to. (378), 

Dec. 12, Hodgson Australian Book Co., £1 los. 

[£71, extensively extra-illustrated and bound in 2 vol., 

hf. mor. gt., g.e., same sale. Lot 377.] 

Green (Val.) History of Worcester, port, and plates, 2 vol. 
in I, mor., g.e., 1796, 4to. (420), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £2 i8s. 

Green (Wm.) Views of the English Lakes, 60 col. etchings, 
hf. bd., 1815, oblong folio (216), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Maggs, £3 7s. 6d. 

Greenaway (Kate). Almanack, 1885, 1889, 1890, '91, '94, 
'95. '97» together 7 vol., orig. pictorial bds. and leather 
(covers of three dull), 1885-97, 8vo. (29), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Spencer, £5 los. 

Grego (Jos.) Rowlandson the Caricaturist, illustrations, 2 
vol., hf. mor. gt., 1880, 4to. (219), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Lowe Bros., £2 los. 

Gregorius Magnus. Incominicia il prologo del vulgarizatore 
del Dyalogo de miser sancto Gregorio papa, lit. QOtl). 
(stains on a few leaves), cf., m.e. [Hain 9777, Proctor 
4712], [colophon] Itnpresso in venesia per Andrea di 
Toresani de Asola, 1487, 4to (405), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Thorp, £2 I2S, 

Gregorius Magnus. Omeliae Super Evangeliis, etc., lit. QOtf)., 
134 leaves [Hain 7947 (i). Proctor 1136], [Coloniae, B. de 
Unckel] — Leo Papa. Liber Sermonum, lit. QOt^., 125 
leaves, the first an orig. blank [Hain 7947 (2), Proctor 
1 1 38] — Guido de Monte Rotherii. Manipulus Curatorum, 
lit- QOtE)., 100 leaves [Hain 8175], Colonic, Bartholomew de 
Unckel . . 1476 — Fusigna (Jacobus de). Libellus Artis 
Predicationis, lit. flUt^., 36 leaves [Hain 7399], all large 
copies, with rough edges, in i vol., painted capitals, con- 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [gre 

temp. Netherlands oak bds. and leather, numerous small 
stamps, in fair condition, Coloniae, Barth Unckel, 1475-6, 
thick folio (3219), Nov. 22, Sotheby QuariUh, £16 los. 
[These four works are all printed with the same types 
and in the same form, by the same printer.] 

Gregorius Magnus. Omeliae in Ezechielem Prophetam, \\t. 
flUt^., 132 leaves (wanting a blank at end) [Hain 7944, 
Proctor 9336, Campbell *853, Pellechet 5374], painted 
capitals, Absque ulla nota [Bruxellis, Fratres Vitae Com- 
munis, c. 1476-7] — Albertus Magnus. Opus tripartitum ; 
Summa de Officio Misse, de Sacramento Eucharistie, Ser- 
mones XXXII., lit. flOtl). parva, double columns, 54 Hues, 
132 leaves, the last a blank, painted initials, Coloniae, H. 
Quentell, " Anno post Jubileo tertio " (1503 ?), both clean 
copies, in i vol., contemp. oak bds. and leather, with clasp 
catches, " Liber Carthusianorum domus Castrimarie ppe 
Dulmania " (Westphalia), sm. folio (3220), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £i'] los. 

Gregorius Magnus. Omelies, lettres batardes, woodcut on 
back of title, numerous woodcuts and device on last leaf, 
mor. ex., g.e., by V. Bedford, Imprime a Paris Ian mil 
cinq {cents) z vng -pour Anthoine Verard (1501), sm. folio 
(324), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £40 

Gregorius Magnus. Pastoralia, lit. QOtlj., long lines, 25 to a 
full page, 120 leaves, the last an orig. blank, with signs. 
[Campbell 856, Pellechet 5385], rubricated, painted 
capitals, hf. bd.,'from Dr. Klosz's library, [colophon] . . 
" Finitus Anno dfii millesimo quadringeyitesimo octogesimo," 
s. I. et n. [Zwolle, Petrus Van Os, 1480], sm. 4to. (3216), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £12 los. 

Gregorius Magnus. Regula Pastoralis, got^ic letter, hf. cf., 
[s.n., Basle, Martin Flach, not after 1472], sm. 4to. (199) 

Quaritch, £y 
[Hain *7982, Proctor 7540. Collation : 152 leaves, un- 
numbered, and without signatures or other marks.] 

Gregorius Magnus. Secundus dyalogorum liber de vita ac 
miraculis beatissirai Benedicti, lit. QOtl)., long lines, 25 to 
a page, woodcuts, oricij. cf. q:t., central device, g.e., clasps, 
Veneitijs, impressuni L. de piunta fiorentinum, 1505, 8vo. 
(2 2\ May 13. Sotheby ' Maggs, £:^ 5s. 

Gregorius IX. (Papa). [Decretales.] Decretalium libri V. cum 
Glossis Bernhardi Bottoni, lit. flOtl^., 306 leaves, including 
a blank at beginning and end [Hain *7999, Proctor 103], 
painted capitals and ornamental pen-letters, contemp. 
German oak bds. and leather, with stamps (rebacked) 
(from Wm. Morris's library, ;^8 15s. in 1898), [colophon, 
in red] . . Impressus in Urbe Moguncie per Petrum Schoeffer 
de Gernsheym, 1473, ix. Kal. Dec. {with shields), large folio 
(3207), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £\z 

Gregorius IX. (Papa). [Decretales.] Nova et Glossata Com- 
pilatio, lit. flOt^., 314 leaves [Hain *8oo7, Proctor 4120], 
painted capitals, numerous MS. notes, contemp. oak bds. 

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and pigskin, [colophon, in red] . . Impressa Venetiis im- 
pensa atq^ industria singulari Nicolai Jenson gallici Mil- 
lesimo cccclxxviiii. die octavo Mail, large folio (3209), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £j 

■Gregorius IX. (Papa). [Decretales.] Decretalium libri V., 
cum glossis, lit. 00t()., ornamental initials painted (hole in 
last leaf, wormed and some leaves stained), orig. bds. 
covered stamped cf. (damaged) [Hain 8015, Proctor 
4696], Impressa Venetiis impensa atque diligentia Baffho- 
lomei de Alexandria Andree de asula Mapheique de salodio 
saciorum . . . 1482, folio (132), April 29, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, ^3 los. 

•Gregorovius (F.) History of Rome in the Middle Ages, trans, 
by A. Hamilton, 8 vol. in 13, cl., 1894-1902, 8vo. (117), 
Nov. 28, Hodgson Mayhew, £2 4s. 

•Grenada. Laws of the Legislature of the Islands of Grenada 
and the Grenadines, 4 vol. (Vol. iv. without title), orig. 
cf., Grenada, i778-[87], folio (135), July 22, Christie 

London Library, £g 

Greville (C. C. F.) Memoirs, Reigns of George IV., William 
IV. and Victoria, ed. by Henry Reeve, Library ed., 8 vol., 
hf. cf. gt., m.e., fine set, 1874-87, 8vo. (191), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Bumpus, £^ 

Greville (C. C. F.) Memoirs : Reigns of George IV., William 
IV. and Victoria, Cabinet ed., port., extra illustrated by 
the insertion of over 60 ports., with a few autograph 
letters, 8 vol., cf. gt., 1888, 8vo. (686), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Myers, £3 5s. 

Grevin (Jac.) Theatre . . . ensemble la siconde partie de 
rOlimpe et de la Gelodacrye, port, back of title, mor. ex. 
gt., by Trautz-Bauzonnet, Paris, Vine. Sertenas, 1562, 
sm. 8vo. (325), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £1$ 

Grillet (R.) Curiositez Mathematiques, 6 engravings, d Paris, 
chez J. B. Coignard, 1673, 4to. (122), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Parsons, 15s. 

Grimble (Aug.) Deer-Stalking, large paper, one of 250 
copies, illustration, hf. veil., uncut, 1886, 4to. (423), Jan. 
22, Sotheby Quaritch, £2 

Grimm (Bros.) Fairy Tales, trans, by Mrs. Edgar Lucas, 
illustrations by A. Rackham, hf. mor. gt., uncut, t.e.g., 
1909, 4to. (722), Dec. 17, Sotheby Danielson, £2 i6s. 

Grimm (Bros.) German Popular Stories, first ed., etchings by 
G. Cruikshank, Vol. i., cf., 1823, 8vo. (425), June 26, 
Puttick Bumpus, £^ 3s. 

Grimm (Bros.) German Popular Stories, trans, from the 
Kinder und Haus Marchen, first ed., engraved titles and 
21 etchings by George Cruikshank, 2 vol., the first vol. 
having the hf. -title and the list of plates, hf. cf., and 'the 
second with hf. -title and the 3 leaves of advertisements 
at the beginning and end, orig. pink bds., canvas back, 
paper label (rubbed), edges uncut, C. Baldwyn, 1823, and 
J. Robins, 1826, 8vo. (471), July 11, 1917, Hodgson 

(282) Spencer, £40 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918, [gua 

Grindlay (R. M.) Scenery, Costumes and Architecture, chiefly 
on the Western side of India, 36 col. plates, vignette on 
title, hf. mor., g.e., Smith, Elder & Co , 1830, imp. 4!©. 
(849), April 29, Sotheby Howell, £^ 158. 

Gringore (Pierre). Contredicts de sogecreux, lettres bAtardes, 
text ruled in red, full-page woodcut, mor., g.e., by Cham- 
bolle-Duru, Imprimez a Paris par Nicolas Coiiieau . . 
pour Galliot du pre . . . le second tour du mays, 1530, i2mo. 
(327), March 18, Christie " Quaritch, £^^1 

Gringore (Pierre). Notables enseignements, adages et pro- 
verbes, seconde €d., lit. got^. (bitardes), long hues, 20 to 
a full page, title in red and black, with woodcut on reverse 
of second leaf, with Geoffry Tory's mark, Du Pre's device 
at end, " Ex Bibliotheca J. Richards D.M." stamped on 
title and other leaves, mor., g.e., by Bauzonnet-Trautz, 
Imprimez a Paris p Nicolas Couteau [pour Galiot du Pre], 
XXVI. jour de Janvier, 1528, cr. 8vo. (3223), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £ig los. 

Grisoni (Freder.) Ordini di Cavalcare, woodcuts, Venetia, G. 
Perchacino, 1565 — Russo (Gior.) Libro dell' Arte de 
Marascalchi, Venetia, 1563, in i vol., veil., 1563-65, sm. 
8vo. (328), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £^ los. 

Gronow (H. R.) Reminiscences and Recollections, ed. de 
luxe, illustrations in two states, one set col., 2 vol., orig. 
cl., J. C. Nimmo, 1889, roy. 8vo. (162), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

£1 14s. 

Grote (G.) History of Greece, Library ed., port., maps and 
Index, 12 vol., orig. cl., 1846-56, 8vo. (169), Dec. 19, 
Hodgson Walford, £1 12s. 

Grote (G.) History of Greece, port., 12 vol., cf. gt., m.e., by 
Riviere, 1854-56, 8vo. (195), Oct. 23, Sotheby Miles, £^ 5s. 
[£2 los., orig. cl., Feb. 25, Sotheby, Lot 3304.] 

Grote (G.) [Works.] History of Greece, 12 vol., 1846-57 — 
Plato and the Other Companions of Sokrates, 3 vol., 1867 
— Aristotle, ed. by A. Bain and G. C. Robertson, 2 vol., 
1872 — Minor Works, ed. by A. Bain, port., 1873 — Per- 
sonal Life, by Mrs. Grote, port., 1873, together 19 vol., hf. 
mor. gt., t.e.g., 8vo. (3303), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

W. Brown, £q 

Grove (Sir G.) Dictionar}'^ of Music and Musicians, with Ap- 
pendix and Index, 4 vol., orig. red cl., 1896-8, 8vo. (662), 
Dec. 12, Hodgson £2 4s. 

Grunbach (Jo.) See Lichtenberger 

Griinbeck (Jos.) Ein newe aus5legung. Der seltzamen wun- 
dertzaichen vnd wunderpiirden, etc., gotf)ic letter, 37 lines 
to a full page, woodcut on title (? by W. Traut), A4, veil. 
(from the Huth collection) [s.n., Nurnhcrg, ? H. Holzel, c. 
1507]. sm. 4to. (201), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £^ 

Gualterotti (Raffael). Feste fatte in Fiorenza per le nozze di 
Franc, de' Medici, G. D. di Toscana, e de sua consorte 
Bianca Capello, 16 etchings, bds., Fiorenza, Giunti, 1579, 
sm. 4to. (329), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £i\ 15s. 

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Guarini (Batt.) II Pastor Fido, port, (mounted) and front., 
mor. gt., g. and m.e., by Padeloup, Avith his ticket, 1736, 
4to. (727), Dec. 17, Sotheby Maggs, £^g 

•Guarinus ( Veronensis) . Erotemata cum multis additamentis 
et cum commentariis I.atinis (Pontici Virunii, ed. J. M. 
Tricaelio), mor. gt , with inlaid panels formed of covers 
from a xvth century Italian binding covered with dia- 
mond-shaped ornaments in compartments, tooled and gt., 
g. tooled e., Impressum Ferrariae per me Jodne Mazochu, 
1509, 8vo. (242), June 10, Sotheby Gaston, £8 los. 

Guercino (G. F.) Eighty-two Prints engraved by Bartolozzi 
and others from Drawings by Guercino, printed in red 
and brown, hf. cf., J. Boyd ell [1764], roy. folio (314), 
Dec. 6, Hodgson ' £6 15s. 

-Guercino (G. F.) Prints engraved by F. Bartolozzi, etc., 2 
parts in i vol., titles and 119 plates, mounted on paper, 
russ. gt., J. & J. Boydell, n.d., atlas folio (620), April 29, 
Sotheby Spencer, £1^ los. 

[;^ii los., hf. mor. (damaged), 155 plates in sepia, same 
sale, Lot 621.] 

'Guercino (G. F.) Raccolta di alcuni Disegni del Barberi da 

Cento detto II Guercino, 130 plates by F. Bartolozzi, J. 

Ottaviani, etc., mor. ex., g.e., Roma, 1764, folio (636), 

Aug. 7, Sotheby Spencer, £y 

[£^, hf. bd., Aug. 13, 1917, Sotheby, Lot 1028.] 

Guercino (G. F.) Suite d'Estampes, 2 parts in i vol., engraved 
title and 40 plates engraved by A. Bartsch. hf. russ., with 
16 additional plates inserted, 1803-7, iolio (619), April 29, 
Sotheby Parsons, £^ 5s. 

Guerino (called II Meschino). Ystoria breue del Re Karlo 
Imperatore, roman letter, folios i and 129 wanting and 
supplied in fac, without the 8 leaves of table mentioned 
by Brunet, English mor. gt., g.e., by Roger Payne, from 
the Duke of Roxburghe's library, with his arms [Hain- 
Copinger 8141, Proctor 4453], [colophon] In Venexia a di 
xxii. de Nouembre 1477. Inclito Venetiarum Duce Andrea 
Vendramino. Gerardus [Lisa] de Flandria impressit, sm. 
folio (243), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £^6 

Guernerius (J. F.) Delinatio Montis a Metropoli Hasso- 
Cassellana uno-circiter Miliari Distantis, etc., engravings, 
old mor., arms on the sides, g.e., Cassellis, 1706, folio 
(559), Jan. 22, Sotheby Parsons, £^ 

•Guido de Monte Rocherii. Manipulus Curatorum, ? ed. prin- 
ceps, lit. QOt^. magna, 138 leaves, including an orig. blank 
[Hain *8i57. Proctor 3242], painted capitals, hf. bd., 
clean cop3^ Absque ulla nota, " Curatoll tnanipulus finit 
feliciter " [unknown place and printer {Germany) , before 
1475], sm. folio (3231), Nov. 22, Sotheby Ellis, £j 5s. 

-Guild (W.) Three Rare Monuments of Antiquitie, or Bertram, 
Priest, a Frenchman, of the Bodie and Blood of Christ, 
etc., arms of the City of Aberdeen on title (wanting aj, 

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Oct., 191 7 to Aug., 1918. [guz 

blank, and other defects), old cf. . Printed at Aherdene bv 
Edward Raban, 1624, 8vo. (97), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Harmsworth, £2 15s. 

Guillermus (Episc. Parisiensis). Tractatus de fide et lej»ibu8, 
lit. flOtl)., large painted initials [Hain 8317, Proctor 1556], 
Absque ulla nota [Augsburg, Gunther Zainer, n.d.] — Attes- 
tatio radicalis fidei orthodoxae, etc., lif. flotf)., painted 
initials [Hain-Copinger 1908, Proctor 2138]. Impressum 
per Fridericum Cretiessncr de Nuerihberga, 1477, in i vol., 
orig. oak bds., covered hogskin, folio (245), June 10, 
Sotheby James, £S los. 

Guizot (F. P. G.) Qiuvres varies, 48 vol., hf. mor., not uni- 
form, Paris, Hachette, Didier, etc., 1849-74, 8vo. (622), 
April 29, Sotheby Jaschke, f/j los. 

[Guldin Spil : Das Golden Spiel.] Hie hebt sich das biich an, 
das man nent dz guldin spil, vnder dem begriffen seind 
siben spil, etc., gott)ir letter, 12 woodcuts of games, painted 
initials, mor. gt., g.e., by J. Mackenzie (from the Huth 
collection), [Augsburg^ G. Zainer, i Aug., 1472, sm. folio 
(238), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, li'jo 

[First ed., probably never reprinted. "Hain *9i87. 
Proctor 1 53 1. Collation: 48 leaves, unnumbered and 
unsigned. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Gun (The) at Home and Abroad. British Game Birds and 
Wildfowl, by W. R. Ogilvie-Grant and others, col. and 
plain plates, one of 950 copies, mor. gt., uncut, t.e.g., 
London and Counties Press Association, 191 2, 4to. (608), 
May 14, Sotheby Edwards, £1 i6s. 

[i^20, mor. gt., t.e.g., 4 vol., 1912-15, Aug. 12, 191 7. 
Sotheby, Lot 424.] 

Gumey (D.) Record of the House of Gournay, illustrations, 
4 parts in 3 vol., and Supplement, 4 vol., presentation 
copy from the compiler, orig. cl.. Printed for Private Cir- 
culation only, 1848-58, 4to. (734), Oct. 24, Hodgson 

Walford, £4 
[^4 15s., same state, Feb. 20, Sotheby, Lot 46.] 

Gutch (J. M.) Lytell Geste of Robin Hode, illustrations by 
Fairholt, 2 vol., hf. mor., m.e., 1847, 8vo. (2052), Nov. 5, 
Sotheby Hejfer, £1 2s. 

Guy (Earl of Wanvick). Cy commence Guy de waruich 
cheualier Dagleterre qui en son temps fit plusieurs prouesses 
et conquestes en Allemaigne, ytalie et Dannemarche, 
lettres batardes, cuts in the text, modern mor. gt., g.e. 
(hole in last leaf), [colophon] Neuuellement imprime a 
Paris par Anthoine couteau pour Francoys regnault . . . 
1525, sm. folio (507), May 14, Sotheby Quaritch, £']0 

[Guyot (Mme.)] Julie, ou j'ai sauv6 ma rose, nouvelle Id., 
2 vol. in I, mor. gt., g. and m.e., by Chambolle-Duru, 
Hambourg et Paris, 1807, 8vo. (732), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Maggs,£2 5s. 

Guzman (F. P. de). La Cronica del sereniss. Rev Don Juan 
el Segundo, got^ic letter, double columns, title mounted, 

(285) 



Gwi] Book-Prices Current. 

full-page cut of the Crucifixion and one in compartments 
containing ports., ornamental initials, mor., g.e., with 
stamp of " Biblioteca de Salvi " (from the William Morris 
collection, £(^ los. in 1898), last 2 leaves mended, Impressa 
in Logrono por Arnao Guillen de Brocar, 151 7, folio (335)., 
March 18, Christie Quaritch, £2g 

Gwilt (Jos.) Slight Memoirs, MS. and printed, illustrated 
with photographic ports., orig. sketches, etc., collected 
by J. S. Gwilt and presented to C. J. Shoppee by his 
Widow, February, 1891, new cf. ex., sm. folio (833), Feb. 
20, Sotheby Thorp, £7 los. 

[Gwynn (Nell).] A Pleasant Battle between Two Lap-Dogs 
of the Utopian Court. Or a Dialogue between Sleep and 
Awake, Jest and Earnest, Reality and Fancy, being 
fought on the new erected Dog-Pit, . . where it was fought 
with Great Applause, Satisfaction and Content of the 
Company there Present . . . Enter Two Lap-Dogs, Tutty 
and Snap-short ... (2 leaves, uncut), bound in a vol., new 
hf. mor.. Printed for R. B., 1681, sm. folio (1103), July 22, 
Sotheby Dobell, £5 

[The two lap-dogs represent Nell Gwynn and the 
Duchess of Portsmouth. ^23 los., cf. ex., the Huth copy, 
June 2, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 3420.] 

Gyllius (Petrus). De Bosporo Thracio Libri III. [et de Typo- 
graphia Constantinopoleos et Antiquitatibus lib. IV.], 
device on titles, 2 vol. in i, Lugduni, ap. G. Rovillium, 
1 56 1, sm. 4to. (24), April 8, Sotheby Tregaskis, ;^ii 

[XVI. century French mor., g.e., J, A. de Thou's copy, 
with his arms (as bachelor) and name Jac. August Thuanus 
on sides and monogram I. A. D. T. on back ; in good con- 
dition.] 

Gyron le Courtoys. Auecques la deuise des armes de tous les 
cheualiers de la table ronde, first ed., lettres batardes, 
double columns, 46 lines to a page, woodcuts and initials, 
old French mor. ex., g.e. (from the Yemeniz and Huth 
collections, Huth, ;^i6o in 19 13), Imprime a paris pour 
Anthoine verard, und. [c. 1503), sm. folio (336), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, ;^I30 

[Collation: Title and prel. 8 leaves -i-ff. 342 (the last 
leaf wrongly numbered. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Habert (Isaac). (Evvres Poetiques, first ed., cf. gt., g.e., 
Paris, Abel I'Angelier, 1582, 8vo. (337), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £q.\ 

[Hacqueville (Nic. de).] Sermoes dnicale moralissimi & ad 
populuz instruendum exquisitissimi, X\i. gotl^. (clxiiii. 
numbered leaves and 4 leaves of table) [Parisiis, P. 
Gaudoul], 15 17 — [Utino (Leonardus de).] Sequitur opus 
novii maximum et insigne super epistolas totius quad- 
ragesime qcf dicit Anima fidelis, Ut. QOt^. (ccviii. num- 
bered leaves and 4 leaves of table), ib., 1515, in i vol., 
contemp. Netherlands (Maestricht ?) oak bds. and leather, 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [hal 

stamped panels, " ^anrtr Jbnbflti ^y ," within a border 
legend, " ^rrbntiuB gnbnblt fitjrm flrrbflbit pirbrm bomiii 
gnbanDo ft omnlro mnuit quoti nrlnlDii nllrlup.i," clasp 
catches [see Weale, No. 396J. in excellent state, thick 
cr. 8vo. (3237), Nov. 22, Sotheby Parsons, £j 

Haden (Sir F. S.) About Etching, orig. etching and 15 facs., 
LARGE PAPER, hf. bd., uncut, t.e.g., 1879, 4to. (170), Feb. 
20, Sotheby Parkinson, £^ los. 

[£2 los., same state, June 17, Sotheby, Lot 1343.] 

Hafiz of Shiraz (S. M.) The Diwan, Persian manuscript, 
illuminated decorations and gold sprinkled borders, 
native binding (damaged), ah. 872 [1465], 8vo. (286), 
March 4, Christie Myers, ;^33 

Haghe (Louis). Sketches in Belgium and Germany, the 3 
series, 79 col. lithographs, several loose, 3 vol , orig. hf. 
roan, 1845-50, folio (850), April 29, Sotheby 

Spencer, £6 5s. 
{£1 I OS., hf. mor. (rubbed), lithographs in tints, some 
loose, March 25, Sotheby, Lot 367.] 

Hain (Lud.) Repertorium Bibliographicum, 2 vol. in 4, orig. 
wrappers, uncut, Stuttgartiae , 1826-38, 8vo. (247), June 
10, Sotheby Hill, £8 los. 

Hain (Lud.) Repertorium Bibliographicum, orig. ed., 2 vol., 
hf. mor., Stuttgart et Paris, 1826-31 — Appendices ad Hain- 
Copinger, ed. D. Reichling, Parts i.-v., wrapper, 1903-9, 
together 7 vol., 8vo. (338), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £12 

Hakluyt (Rich.) Discoveries of the World, from their first 
Originall unto the Year of Our Lord 1555. brief ely Written 
in the Portuguese tongue by Antonie Galvano, black letter, 
unbd., G. Bishop, 1601, 4to. (183), June 26, Puttick 

H. Stevens, £^0 

Hakluyt (Rich.) Principal Navigations of the English Nation 
(with the Account of Sir Francis Drake's Voyage, 6 leaves 
between pp. 643 and 644), first ed., black letter, folding 
map, mor. gt., g.e., by Rividre, Imprinted at London by 
George Bishop and Ralph Newberie, 1589, folio (736), Dec. 
17, Sotheby H. Stevens, £^7 

[/19, mor. ex., map missing and several leaves mended, 
June 10, Sotheby, Lot 248.] 

Hakluyt (Rich.) Principal Navigations of the English Nation, 
ed. by Prof. W. Raleigh, maps and plates, 12 vol., orig. 
cl., MacLehose, Glasgow, 1903-5, 8vo. (288), March 4, 
Christie Joseph, £6 12s. 

Hakluyt Society. Publications, 77 vol., orig. cl., 1848-1916, 
Svo. (289), March 4, Christie Edwards, £^$ los. 

Hakluyt Society. Publications. Cathay and the Way Thither, 
ed. by Col. H. Yule, maps, 2 vol., 1866 — Travels of Pedro 
de Cieza de Leon, trans, by C. R. Markham, maps, 1864, 
together 3 vol., 8vo. (805), May 14, Sotheby 

Edwards, £5 15s. 

Hale (Sir M.) ^ Contemplations, Moral and Divine, the Second 
Part, first ed., con temp, mor., gold tooled in compart- 

(287) 



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ments, within a series of the " draw-handle " tools 
similar gt. and silver back, g.e , by Samuel Mearne. 
Printed for William Shrewsbury and John Leigh, 1676. 
8vo. (73), Dec. 17, Sotheby Merton, ;^io los. 

Hale (Sir M.) New- Years Gift. The Sum of Religion (lower 

margin cut close), Reprinted and sold in Newbury Street 

at Boston in N.E., January 1st, 1724, sm. folio (154), Dec. 

12, American Art Association $35 

[Probably unique. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Halfpenny (W. and J.) Rural Architecture in the Chinese 
Taste, 4 parts in i, plates, old cf., 1752, 8vo. (99), Feb. 
20, Sotheby Marston, £2. 

Hahburton (T. C.) The Clockmaker, three series, 3 vol.,, 
1838-40 — Sam Slick's Wise Saws and Modern Instances, 
2 vol., 1853 — The Attache, or Sam Slick in England, both 
series, 2 vol., 1843-4 — Americans at Home, 3 vol., 1854 — 
Traits of American Humour, 3 vol., 1852 — The Old Judge, 
or Life in a Colony, 2 vol., 1849 — Nature and Human 
Nature, 2 vol., 1855 — Rule and Misrule of the English in 
America, 2 vol., 1851 — The Season-Ticket, i860 — Letter 
Bag of the Great Western, 1840, together 23 vol., first 
eds., hf. cf. gt. (one vol. badly stained), 1838-60, 8vo. 
(1038), Nov. 5, Sotheby Edwards, £^ los. 

Halkett (S.) and Laing (J.) Dictionary of the Anonymous 
and Pseudonymous Literature, 4 vol., uncut, Edinb., 
1882-88, 8vo. (1037), Nov. 5, Sotheby Heffer, £6 los. 

Halkett (S.) and Laing (J.) Dictionary of Anon^^mous and 
Pseudonymous Literature, large paper, one of 50 copies, 
4 vol., Edinb., 1882-8, 4to. (1076), April 8, Sotheby 

Anderson, £y 15s. 

Hall (Capt. B.) Voyage to Corea and Loo-choo, with the 
Appendix by Clifford, maps and plates, some col., new hf. 
cf., 1818, 4to. (285), Dec. 19, Hodgson £1 6s. 

[Hall (Capt. W. C.)] History of the Civil War in America, 
second ed.. Vol. i. (all published), orig. bds., uncut, T. 
Payne and Son, 1780, 8vo. (516), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

H. Stevens, £^ 

[Hall (Jos )] Mundus alter et idem sive Terra Australis ante 
hac semper incognita, etc., maps and plate, mor. ex., g.e., 
Hannoviae, Gul. Antonium, 1607, sm. 8vo (508), May 14, 
Sotheby Edwards, £6 los. 

Hall (S. C.) Baronial Halls and Picturesque Edifices of 
England, 71 tinted plates by Harding, Cattermole, Prout, 
etc., and woodcuts, large paper, 2 vol., hf. mor., g.e. 
(spotted), 1858, folio (1078), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Schumaker, £1 5s. 
\£\, hf. mor. (rubbed), Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 112.]^ 

Hallam (Isaac). The Cocker, a Poem, front., cf. ex., by 
Riviere, Stamford, 1742, 4to. (3450), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Parsons, £2 5s. 

Halliwell (J. O.) Skeleton List of the Early Quarto Editions 
of the Plays of Shakespeare, 30 copies printed on blue 

(288) 



Oct.. 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [han 

paper, on one side only, hf. bd.. Printed jor private circu- 
lation, i860, Svo. (1045), Nov. 5, Sotheby Mag^s, £2 148. 

Hamerton (P. G.) Eighteen Etchings by EngUsh, French and 
German Artists, with Notes (title and a few leaves foxed), 
orig. cl., g.e., 1877, folio {169), Aug. 7, Sotheby 

Mitchell, £s 5s. 

Hamerton (P. G.) Etching and Etchers, first ed., illustrations, 
hf. bd , g.e., 1868, 8vo. (1153). June 17, Sotheby Last. £0 

Hamerton (P. G.) Etching and Etchers, illustrations (vi|[- 
nette on title on India paper), hf. bd., uncut, 1880, folio 
( 1 2 1 o) , Oct . 23 , Sotheby Hill. £$ 

[£5 5s., same state, Dec. 19, Hodgson, Lx)t 313.] 

Hamerton (P. G.) Graphic Arts, illustrations, hf. mor., uncut, 
1882, 8vo. (181), Jan. 22, Sotheby Parsons, £1 8s. 

Hamerton (P. G.) Landscape, orig. etchings and other illus- 
trations, hf. mor., uncut, 1885, sm. folio (314), Dec. 19, 
Hodgson Atkinson, £1 

Hamerton (P. G.) Portfolio, from its commencement in 1870 
to 1893, copperplates, etc. (many on India paper), 24 vol.. 
Vol. i.-v. in cl. gt., g.e.. Vol. vi.-xxi. in hf. mor., Vol. xxii.- 
xxiv. cl. gt., t.e.g., 1870-93, folio (538), April 8, Sotheby 

Braun, ;^io los. 

Hamilton (A.) Memoirs of Count Grammont, ports., 2 vol., 
old mor. gt. (rebacked), g.e., 181 1, 8vo. (3310), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Edwards, £^ 4s. 

[£^ los., mor. gt., g.e., same sale. Lot 331 1.] 

Hamilton (A.) Memoirs of Count Grammont, ed. by Sir W. 
Scott, 68 plates, mostly ports, engraved by Van den 
Bergh, etc., 2 vol., embossed mor. gt., g.e., 1828, roy. 8vo. 
(764), Oct. 23, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £^ 7s. 6d. 

Hamilton (A.) Memoirs of Count Grammont, ed. by Sir W. 
Scott and H. Vizetelly, large paper, plates on India 
paper by Boisson and Delort, mor. ex., g.t., 1889, 8vo. 
(203), Oct. 23, Sotheby Bump us, £2 2S. 

Hamilton (Emma, Lady). Attitudes, from drawings by Fr. 
Rehberg, 26 plates in col., with the rare set of caricatures 
on blue paper and a folded col. caricature, " Dido," in- 
serted in front, mor. ex., g.e., 1794, 4to (879), May 14, 
Sotheby Biimpus, £j los. 

[£i 5s. and £1 is , both orig. cl., 62 plates by Rehberg, 
ordinary copies, same sale. Lots 880-1.] 

Hamilton (W.) Dated Book-Plates, 3 parts, plates, 1894-5 — 
Examples of Armorial Book-Plates. Nos. 1-6 — Second 
Series, Nos. 1-12, plates (one in gold and colours), Privately 
printed, 1884-92, 4to. (1091), April 8, Sotheby 

Thort},£5 15s. 

Hancarville (H. d'). Monuments de la Vie Priv6e des Douze 
Cesars — Monuments du Culte Secret des Dames Romaines, 
orig. eds., 100 plates from antique gems, 2 vol., mor. ex., 
uncut, fine copies, uniformly bd. by Zaehnsdorf, d CaprSe, 
che^ Sabellius, 1780-4, 4to. (i 142), May 14, Sotheby 

Howarth, £16 

XXXII. (289) 10 



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Hancarville (H, d'). Veneres et Priapi uti observantur in 
Gemmis Antiquis, 70 plates, mor., uncut, Lus:d. Bat., s. a., 
8vo. (1007), May 14, Sotheby Jason, ^-^ 

Hangesto. Moralia Hieronymi ab Hangesto, lit. ootb. parva 
(cxxxvi. leaves, the last blank), old MS. notes in margins 
[not in Brunet], Impressum in Alma Parrhysiorum Aca- 
demia, 1515 (5. n. impr.), sm. 4to. (2), April 8, Sotheby 

Maggs, £4 I2S. 

[Calf, blind stamped panels of crowned fieurs-de-lis 

and other ornaments, with the devices of Louis XII. and 

Anne of Brittany, newly rebacked. but with the orig. 

sides in fair state.] 

Hannon (Theo.) Rimes de Joie, one of 480 copies on Holland 
paper, front, and 3 engravings by Felicien Rops, hf. mor. 
gt., uncut, t.e.g., Bruxelles, 1881, Svo. (738), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Elliott, £1 15s. 

Hansard (T. C.) Parliamentary Debates, comprising Parlia- 
mentary History, 1066- 1803, 36 vol. — Debates, First 
Series, 1803-1820, 41 vol. — Debates, Second Series, 1820-30, 
25 vol. — Index to First and Second Series — Debates, Third 
Series, 1830-91, 356 vol. — Debates, Fourth Series, 1892- 
1907, 182 vol., together 643 vol., uniform hf. mor. (ex- 
cepting Fourth Series, Vol. cxxxii.-cxxxv. and clxviii. to 
clxxxii., which are in publisher's cl.), 1803-1907, 8vo. 
(442), July 17, Hodgson ' ;^i85 

Hardiman (J as.) History of the Town and County of Gal way, 
maps and engravings, hf. cf., Dublin, 1820, 4to. (609), 
July 29, Sotheby Hate hards, £j 12 s. 6d. 

Harding (Jno.) Chronicle, first ed., blacfe letter, 2 parts, each 
with a title (leaf Pp 7 torn, last leaf defective and repaired), 
old mor. gt., arms of the Duke of Roxburghe, g.e., Ex 
officina Richardi Graftoni, Mense lanuarii, 1543, sm. 4to. 
(249), June 10, Sotheby Tregaskis, £6 

[The first of the two issues of the same year and month. 
£(), cf. ex., some leaves stained and others shaved. May 14, 
Sotheby, Lot 569.] 

Harding (J. W.) Sketches in North Wales, 6 col. plates, hf. 
cf. (rubbed), 1810, folio (3234), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Spencer, £g los. 

Hardy (J.) Tour in the Mountains of the High Pyrenees, 
map and 24 col. views, hf. cf., g.e., Ackermann, 1825 
(233), Dec. 19, Hodgson Spencer, £1 12s. 

Hardy (T.) A Changed Man, and other Tales, first ed., front., 
autograph presentation copy from the author, with two 
postcards inserted, orig. cl., 1913 (118), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Spencer, £6 15s. 

Hardy (T.) A Laodicean, first ed., 3 vol., orig. cl., 1881, 8vo. 
(142), Nov. 13, Puttick i8s. 

[Hardy (T.)] Desperate Remedies, first ed., 3 vol., orig. cl., 
1871, Svo. (3312), Feb. 25, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £4^ 

Hardy (T.) Far from the Madding Crowd, orig. holograph 

(290) 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [har 

MS., 597 pp. 4to., new mor. (2069), April 22, Christie, 
presented by the author and Mrs. Reginald J. Smith ;^230 
[Bound in is an A.L.s. by the author respecting this 
MS., which he says was lost sight of for 40 years, also 
stating that one page that was missing had been supplied 
by him, 1918.] 

Hardy (T.) Mayor of Casterbridge, first ed., 2 vol., orig. cl., 
1886, 8vo. (143), Nov. 13, Puttick Watson, £1 7s. 6d. 

Hardy (T.) The Convergence of the Twain, orig. bds., uncut, 
191 2, 8vo. (3347), Feb. 25, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £10 
[Written for the Covent Garden Matin6e in aid of the 
" Titanic " Disaster Fund, and republished in the " Fort- 
nightly Review " for June 12. This is the only separate 
issue of ten copies, and this one includes the author's 
signed permission to have it reprinted and his acceptance 
of a copy.] 

Hardy (T.) The Woodlanders, first ed., 3 vol., orig. el., 1887, 
8vo. (144), Nov. 13, Puttick Shepherd, 13s' 

Hardy (T.) Time's Laughingstock, and other Verses, first 
ed., two A.Ll.s. from the author, 3 pp. each, inserted, 
orig. cl., 1909, 8vo. (117), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Spencer, £g 9s. 

Hardy (T.) Under the Greenwood Tree, first ed., 2 vol., orig. 
green cl., clean copy, 1872, 8vo. (1064), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Bain, £1^ 
[£15, same state, Feb. 25, Sotheby, Lot 3313.] 

Hardy (T.) Works, first eds., all in orig. cl. : — Desperate 
Remedies, 3 vol., 1871 — Under the Greenwood Tree, 2 
vol., 1872 — A Pair of Blue Eyes, 3 vol., 1873 — Far from 
the Madding Crowd, 2 vol., autographed by the author, 
1874 — The Hand of Ethelberta, 2 vol., 1876 — The Return 
of the Native, 3 vol., 1878 — The Trumpet Major, 3 vol., 
1880 — A Laodicean, 3 vol., 1881 — Two on a Tower, 3 vol., 
1882 — ^The Mayor of Casterbridge, 2 vol., 1886 — The 
Woodlanders, 3 vol., T887 — Wessex Tales, 2 vol., 1888 — 
Three Notable Stories (including The Melancholy Hussar), 
1890 — Tess of the D'Urbervilles, 3 vol. (1891) — A Group 
of Noble Dames (1891) — Life's Little Ironies (1894) — 
Jude the Obscure (1896) — The Well-Beloved (1897) — 
Wessex Poems (1898) — Poems of the Past and Present 
(1902) — The Dynasts, 3 vol.. Vol. i. autographed by the 
author, 1903-8 — Time's Laughinstocks, 1909 — A Changed 
Man, 1913 — Satires of Circumstance, 19 14, 47 vol ; also, 
Stories from Black and White (including To Please his 
Wife), cl., 1893 — 29th Annual Report of the Society for 
the Protection of Ancient Buildings (including Memories 
of Church Restoration), wrappers (1906) — Romantic Ad- 
ventures of a Milkmaid, binder's cl.. New York, n.d. — 
Various Articles from Periodicals, in 3 vol., binder's cl., 
various dates — Johnson (L.) Art of Thomas Hardy, 
buckram, 1894 — Windle (B. C. A.) Wessex of Thomas 

(291) 10 — 2 



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Hardy, cl., 1902 — Webb (A. P.) Bibliography of Thomas 
Hardy, cl., 191 6, together 56 vol. (530), Nov. 13, Puttick 

Danielson, £102 

Hardy (T.) Works, first eds., and in the orig. cl., unless other- 
wise stated : Under the Greenwood Tree, 1872, orig. cl., 
2 vol. in I, ;^3 ; 2 vol., ;^io ; £2 9s. (cut) ; first illustrated 
ed. of 1878, 5s. — A Pair of Blue Eyes, 3 vol., 1873, library 
copy, £/{ 5s. — Far from the Madding Crowd, 2 vol., 1874, 
£5 ; £1 6s. (cf.) — The Hand of Ethelberta, 2 vol., 1876, 
library copy, £1 los. ; i6s. (soiled) ; £5 — The Return of the 
Native, 3 vol., 1878, library copy, £1 15s. — The Trumpet 
Major, 3 vol., 1880, £2 los., £2 19s. — A Laodicean, 3 vol., 
t88i, £1 I2S. ; 17s. (library copy) — Two on a Tower, 3 
vol., 1882, library copy, £2 2s. ; i8s., library copy, name 
on titles — The Mayor of Casterbridge, 2 vol., 1886, £^ 5s. ; 
17s. (library copy) — The Woodlanders, 3 vol., 1887, ^^3 
5s. ; 14s. (one leaf mended) — ^Wessex Tales, 2 vol., 1888, 
/3 — Three Notable Stories, 1890, i6s. — Tess of the 
D'Urbervilles, 3 vol., 1891, £j — A Group of Noble Dames, 
1891, I2S. — Life's Little Ironies, 1894, £1 3s. — Jude the 
Obscure, 1896, first complete ed., lis. — The Well-Beloved, 
first complete ed., 1897, 5s. — Wessex Poems, first com- 
plete ed., 1898, £1 I2S. — Poems of the Past and Present, 
1902, £^ I2S. 6d. — The Dynasts, 3 vol., 1904-8, £^ los. — 
Time's Laughing Stock, first collective ed., 1909, 12s.. 
14s. — In Scarlet and Grey, 1896, 17s. — Romantic Adven- 
tures of a Milkmaid, A^ew York, n.d. — Fellow Townsmen, 
New York, 1880, the 2 vol., £4 17s. 6d. (3314-3349), Feb. 
25, Sotheby 

Harleian Society. Publications. Registers, etc.. Vol. viii., xii., 
xv.-xviii., XX,, xxvii. and xxx. to Ixvii., together 46 vol., 
brown cl., 1873-1916, roy. 8vo. (125), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Harding, ;^ii los. 

Harleian Society. Publications : Registers Section, Vol. ix.- 
xxiv., containing Marriage Registers of St. George's, 
Hanover Square, Vol. i.-iv., 1725-1837, and Burials in St. 
James, Clerkenwell, Vol. iv.-vi., 1551-1754, etc., together 
14 vol., orig. cl., 1886-97, 8vo. (316), July 29, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £^ 15s. 

Harleian Society. Publications : Visitations of Herts. — Shrop- 
shire, 2 vol. — Norfolk and Cambridge — Marriage Licenses, 
London, 2 vol. — Marriage Licenses, Hampshire, 2 vol., 
etc., together 20 vol., orig. cl., 1886-97, 8vo. (317), July 29, 
Sotheby Harding, £^ 15s. 

Harley (G.) First Principles of Landscape Drawing, col. 
plates, hf. roan, R. Ackermann, Jun., n.d., oblong 4 to. 
(499), Jan. 23, Puttick Parker, £1 lis. 

Harmonia Ruralis, or an Essay towards a Natural History of 
British Song Birds, col. plates, 2 vol., orig. hf. mor., 1824, 
4to. (3451), Feb. 25, Sotheby Richeton, £1 15s. 

Harper (C. G.) Half-Hours with the Highwaymen, illustra- 

(292) 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [har 

tions by Paul Hardy and the author, 2 vol., orig. cl., 1908, 
8vo, (437). July 29, Sotheby Hardy, 188. 

Harraden (R. B.) Cantabrigia Depicta, port, and plates, mor. 
gt., g.e., by C. Hering, 181 1, 4to. (517), July 22, Sotheby 

James, Is 

Harris (S.) The Coaching Age, first ed., 16 illustrations by J. 
Sturgess, 1885, 8vo. (3351), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

G. H. Brown, 13s. 

Harris (W. C.) Wild Sports of Southern Africa, col. plates, 
orig. pictorial cl. (defective), 1852, 8vo. (356), Dec. 19, 
Hodgson Hill, £1 us. 

Harrison (F.) Annals of an Old Manor House, plates on 
India paper, 1893, 4to. (1347), June 17, Sotheby 

Walford, £1 is. 

Harte (Bret). Three Vagabonds of Trinidad, orig. hologiaph 
MS., 13J pp. 4to., signed (2071), April 22, Christie, pre- 
sented by Miss Minnie C. G. Jackson ;^8o 

Harvey (Gabriel) Smithus vel Musarum Lachrymae pro obitu 
Thomae Smithi, Equitis Britanni, port, of Smith, also cut 
of his arms and of his tomb, Ex officina Henrici Binnemani, 
1575 — Rhetor, vel duorum dierum Oratio de Natura, 
Arte et Exercitatione Rhetorica, woodcut border to title, 
ib., 1577 — Ciceronianus vel Oratio, ib., 1577, in i vol., 
17th century English cf., gt. stamped ornaments, sm. 4to. 
(145), April 29, Sotheby Quaritch, ^23 

[Harvey (R.)] Plaine Percevall the Peace-Maker of England, 
device on title, black letter, unbd.. Printed in Broad-streete 
at the signe oj the Pack-staff e \c. 1590], sm. 4to. (156), July 
26, 191 7, Hodgson Myers, £1^ 

Harvey (\Vm.) Anatomical Exercises, with the Preface of 
Zachariah Wood, to which is added Dr. James De Bach 
his discourse of the Heart (some leaves wormed), sheep- 
skin (rubbed), Francis Leach for Richard Lowndes, at the 
White Lion in St. Pauls Churchyard, 1653, 8vo. (238), 
Aug. 7, Sotheby Maggs, £2 i8s. 

Harvey (W. M.) History and Antiquities of the Hundred of 
Willey, CO, Bedford, map and illustrations, hf. mor., g.t., 
1872-8, 4to. (623), April 29, Sotheby Murray, £g 

Harvie-Brown (J. A.) and Buckley (T. E.) A Vertebrate 
Fauna of Sutherland, Caithness and West Cromarty, map 
and plates, some col., by T. G. Keulemans and others, 
orig. cl., t.e.g., Edin., 1887, cr. 4to. (152), Dec. 19, Hodgson 

Wheldon, £2 12s. 

Harvie-Brown (J. A.) and Buckley (T. E.) A Vertebrate 
Fauna of the Outer Hebrides, map and plates, one col., 
orig. cl., t.e.g., Edinb., 1888, cr. 4to. (153), Dec. 19, Hodg- 
son Wheldon, £2 4s. 

Harvie-Brown (J. A.) and Buckley (T. E.) [Works.] Series 
of Works relating to the Fauna of Scotland : Sutherland, 
Outer Hebrides, Orkney Islands, Moray Basin (2 vol.), 
Argyll and Inner Hebrides, Shetland Islands, North-West 
Islands and Skye, Tay Basin and Strathmore (and The 

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har] Book-Prices Current. 

Birds of lona and Mull, by H. D. Graham), illustrations, 
together lo vol., orig. cl., uncut, t.e.g., Edinb , D. Douglas, 
1887-1906, 8vo. (811), May 14, Sotheby Bain, £12 

Harwood (E.) Biographia Classica, David Garrick's copy, 
with his pictorial bookplate in each vol. and a printed 
label stating that the book was bequeathed by his widow, 
2 vol., old cf., 1778, 8vo. (68), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, i8s. 

Hassell (Jno.) Memoirs of the Life of George Morland, port. 

and plates, cf. gt., t.e.g., 1806, 4to. (972), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Halliday, £1 8s. 
Hassell (Jno.) Tour of the Grand Junction Canal, map and 
42 col. plates, hf. cf., 1819, 8vo. (35), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Hill 6- Son, £^ 5s. 

[£-^ I2S., orig. bds., Feb. 25, Sotheby, Lot 3352.] 

Hasted (E.) History of Kent, orig. ed., maps, including the 

rare one of the Hundred of Worth, 168 plates of views, 

etc., 4 vol., cf. (wanting pp. 217-220, not subject to 

return), Canterbury, 1778-99, folio. (269), Dec. 4, Sotheby 

Norton, £\i 
\£^o, hf. russ., Nov. 5, Sotheby, Lot 1004 ; £c) 15s., 
niss. gt., wanting the map of the Hundred of Worth and 
the " Errata " leaf in Vol. ii., Oct. 23, Sotheby, Lot 1079 ; 
£\^, hf. veil., uncut, several leaves missing, but with the 
map of the Hundred of Worth, Feb. 20, Sotheby, Lot 
1022 ; ;^i8, russ. gt., with the map, Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 

633] 

Hasted (E.) History of Kent, orig. ed., maps, including the 
rare Hundred of Worth, plates, etc., 4 vol., cf., wanting 
pp. 217-220, Canterbury, 1778-99, folio (616), June 17, 
Sotheby G. B. Brown, £1^ los. 

\£\^ 5s., hf. veil., with the map of the Hundred of 
Worth, but wanting three leaves, same sale. Lot 986.] 

Hasted (E.) History of Kent, maps, plates, etc., 12 vol., hf. 

cf., buckram, rough edges, Canterbury, 1797-1801, 8vo. 

(163), Dec. 4, Sotheby Sawyer, £j 5s. 

[£2 2S., uncut, some plates missing, same sale. Lot 164.] 

Havell (D.) Scenery on the Southern Coast of Devonshire, 
30 col. aquatints by D. Havell, contemp. cf. ex., gt. 
borders, Sidmouth, 1819, 8vo. (813), Oct. 24, Hodgson 

Hill, £9 5S. 

Havell (R.) Picturesque Scenery, 15 (only) col. aquatints of 
views in Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, etc., after C. V. Fielding, 
W. Havell, J. C. Smith, etc., with descriptive letterpress, 
no title, hf. roan, R. Havell, 1816-17, folio (887), April 29, 
Sotheby Spencer, £1^ 

Havell (R.) Views of London no title, 12 col. aquatints, 
with inscriptions in English and French, hf. cf., Colnaghi 
& Co., 1 820- 1, oblong folio (851), April 29, Sotheby 

Bumpus, £2^ 

Havell (Wm.) Series of Picturesque Views of the River 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [haw 

Thames, col. title and 12 col. plates, hf. mor., fine copy, 
T. McLean, 1818, folio (3473). Feb. 25, Sotheby Robson, ^53 

Hawaiian Spectator (The), conducted by an Association of 
Gentlemen, Vol. i., Vol. ii., Nos. i and 2, together 6 num- 
bers, in parts as issued, Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich Islands, 
1838-9, 8vo. (695), Dec. 4, Sotheby Edwards, £2 8s, 

Hawker (P.) Instructions to Young Sportsmen, second ed., 
LARGE PAPER, col. front, and plates, cf. gt., t.e.g., by 
Zaehnsdorf, 18 16, roy. 8vo. (742), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Young, £1 I OS. 

Hawker (P.) Instructions to Young Sportsmen, third ed., 
plates, hf. mor. gt., 1824, 8vo. (3353), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Parsons, £1 5s. 

Hawkesworth (J no.) Account of the Voyages undertaken for 
making Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, maps, 
charts and plates, 3 vol., old russ. gt., y.e. (rebacked), 
1773, 4to, (189), July 22, Sothel^ Leahy, £1 i8s. 

Hawkins (F. W.) Life of Edmund Kean [London, 1869], 
extra illustrated by over 500 contemp. ports, of actors in 
character, about 50 col. caricatures or views, nearly 200 
topographical views and about 190 autograph letters, the 
2 vol. extended to 15 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g., with MS. [1902], 
4to. (51), Dec. 12, Hodgson Myers, £59 

Hawkins (Sir J.) General History of Music, first ed., ports, by 
Caldwall and Grignion, facs. and other illustrations, 5 
vol., hf. mor., 1776, 4to. (645), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Hill,£i I2S. 

Hawkins (Sir J.) Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D., first ed., 
orig. bds., uncuf, Horace Wal pole's copy, with criticisms 
on Johnson in Walpole's hand in the margins, in box, 
Printed for J. Buckland and others, 1787, 8vo. (1116), July 
22, Sotheby Mathieson, £21 

Hawthorne (N.) The Scarlet Letter, first issue of the first 
ed., mor. gt., t.e.g., orig. covers preserved (edges scraped), 
Boston, Ticknor, Reed and Fields, 1850, i2mo. (280), Dec. 
3, American Art Association $15 

[The first issue contains the word " reduplicate " on 
page 21, which was in the later issues corrected to " re- 
pudiate."] 

Hawthorne (N.) Works, ed. by G. P. Lathrop, Riverside ed., 
etched fronts, and vignette titles by Blum, Church, 
Turner and others, large paper (limited to 250 copies), 
13 vol., hf. mor. gt., t.e.g. (text stained and otherwise 
affected by damp), 1883, 8vo. (584), Nov. 28, Hodgson 

Brown, £5 

Hawthorne (N.) Works, autograph ed. (500 copies printed), 
illustrations on India paper, many autographed by the 
artists, and facs., 23 vol. (including " The Life of Haw- 
thorne," by G. E. Woodberry), orig. buckram, paper 
labels, uncut, Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin & 
Company, 1900-1902, 8vo. (320), March 5, American Art 
Association $130 

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Book-Prices Current. 



Hay (Ed.) History of the Insurrection of the County of 

Wexford, 1798, map, old EngHsh mor. gt., g.e., author's 

presentation copy to Lord Milton, with MS. inscription, 

Dublin. 1803, 8vo. (146), April 29, Sotheby Pendleton, £^ 

. \j[2 15s., a similar presentation copy, same sale, lot 147.] 

Hayes (Wm.) Natural History of British Birds, col. plates, 
old hf. russ., 1775, folio (149), April 29, Sotheby 

Wheldon, £\2 los. 

Hayley (Wm.) Ballads, plates by W. Blake, old hf. cf., Chi- 
chester, 1805, 8vo. (297), Jan. 22, Sotheby Rimell, £1 

Hayley (Wm.) Life and Posthumous Writings of William 
Cowper, first ed., ports, etc. by Blake, 3 vol., mor. gt., 
g.e., Duke of Sussex's copy, with coronated A on the 
sides, 1803-4, 4'to- (745). Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Edwards, £2 14s. 

Hayley (Wm.) Life of George Romney, first ed., ports, and 
illustrations, hf. cf., Chichester, 1809, 4to. (261), June 17, 
Sotheby Hardy, £1 i8s. 

Hayward (Abr.) Biographical and Critical Essays, three 
seeris, 1858-74 — Sketches of Eminent Statesmen and 
Writers, 1880, together 7 vol., hf. cf. gt., 1858-80, 8vo. 
(209), Oct. 23, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 

Hayward (J no.) Sanctuarie of a Troubled Soule, 2 parts in 
I vol., orig. limp veil., 1616, sm. 8vo. (151), April 29, 
Sotheby Harmsworth, £2 

Hayv/ood (Eliza). Secret History of the Present Intrigues of 
the Court of Caramania, first ed., port, of Mrs. Haywood 
inserted (mounted), new cf. gt., 1727 — Secret Memoirs 
and Manners of Several Persons of Quality from the New 
Atlantis, first ed., 2 vol., old cf., J. Morphew, 1709, to- 
gether 3 vol., 8vo. (813), May 14, Sotheby Dobell, £1 14s. 

Haywood (Eliza). [Works.] Secret Histories, Novels and 
Poems, fourth ed., port., 4 vol., orig. cf. gt.. Printed for R. 
Ware, etc., 1742, 8vo. (812), May 14, Sotheby 

Dohell. £2 1 8s. 

Head (R.) English Rogue Described in the Life of Meriton 
Latroon, 4 vol., cf. gt., g.e., by Mansell, Reprint, n.d., 
1665 (800), Nov. 5, Sotheby Halliday, £2 12s. 

Heath (Baron). Some Account of the Worshipful Company 
of Grocers, third ed., illustrations, mor. ex., uncut, t.e.g., 
by Holloway, Privately printed, 1869 — The same, first ed., 
hf. mor. (not published), 1829, together 2 vol., 1829-69,. 
8vo. (575), Feb. 20, Sotheby Edwards, £1 8s. 

Heath (C.) Picturesque Annual for 1832-36, a series of 119 
India proof engravings from drawings by Clarkson Stan- 
field, G. Cattermole and A. G. Vickers, mounted, specially 
printed title and list of plates, fine set, hf. mor., g.e., 
Longman, 1832-6, roy. 4to. (930), May 14, Sotheby 

Edwards, £4 6s. 

Heath (H.) Such Things are, 25 col. plates (should be 26) on 
papers of various colours (some inscriptions cut into), 
mor. ex., 1835, 4to. (3704), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

(296) spencer, £g los. 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [hen 

Heath (S.) and Prideaux (W. de C.) Some Dorset Manor 
Houses, plates, buckram, 1907, 8vo. (404), Dec. 12, 
Hodgson Allen, £1 

Heath (VV.) Extra Illustrations to Life in London, no title, 
12 col. plates, mor. ex., g.e., 1832, folio {3475), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Edwards, I'j 5s. 

Heath (W.) Military Costumes of the British Cavalry, 18 col. 
plates, some heightened with gold (reproduction of one of 
the plates in the catalogue), contemp. hf. russ., London, 
J. Watson, 1820, folio (125), Dec. 3, American Art Associa- 
tion $190 

Hedehn (Fr.) The Whole Art of the Stage, hf. cf.. 1O84 
(900), April 8, Sotheby Dobell, i8s. 

Hedgeland (J. P.) Description of the Decorations recently 
made to the Church of St. Neot, in Cornwall, 16 col. 
plates, new hf. mor., t.e.g., 1830, 4to. (822), July 12, 
SothelDy Quaritch, £2. los. 

Hegendorphinus (Chr.) Libii dialecticae Legalis quinque, 

Parisiis, ex off. R. Stephani, 1535, 8vo. (38), April 8, 

Sotheby Lanclachet, £6 

[XVn. century French mor. gt., device of the Toison 

d'Or, the mark of Baron de Longepierre, g.e. (Ruette).j 

Heiden (Jan. Vander). Beschryving der nieuwlyks Slang- 
Brand-Spuiten, en Haarewyze van Brand-Blussen, etc., 
25 engravings of fires and fire engines (one wanting), 
bds., Amst., 1735, roy. folio (794), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £2 8s. 

Hellier (Thos.) The Vain Prodigal Life, and Tragical Penitent 
Death of Thomas Hellier, who was executed at W^estover 
in Charles City, in the County of Virginia, etc. [A 2 leaves, 
B-F in fours] (a few comers and last leaf repaired), mor, 
ex., Sam Crouch, 1680, sm. 4to. (415), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Stevens, Son 6^ Styles, ;^20 los. 
[;^ii, mor. ex., Sotheby, June 9, 1902, Lot 138. See 
Book-Prices Current, xvi.. No. 5444, where the title is 
given more fully.] 

Henderson (T. F.) James I. and VL, one of 800 copies on 
fine paper, plates and vignettes, front, in colours, mor. 
ex., Goupil & Co., 1904, 4to. (535), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Sot her an, £^ 15s. 

Hendley (T. H.) Ulwar and its Art Treasures, col. front, and 
port., maps and illustrations (some col.), orig. cl., 1888, 
folio (307), June 17, Sotheby Bats ford, £2 los. 

Hennepin (L.) New Discovery of a Vast Country in America, 
2 parts in i vol., front., maps and plates (one map torn 
and repaired, small rust-hole in n 8), orig. cf., 1699, 8vo. 
(193). July 22, Sotheby Pickering, £22 los. 

Hennepin (L.) Nouveau Voyage d'un Pais plus grand que 
I'Europe, etc., folding map of Mexico and 4 plates, old cf.» 
Utrecht, Antoine Schouten, 1698, i2mo. (771), Oct. 24, 
Hodgson Stevens, Son S' Stiles, £^ 17s. 6d. 

Henri H. Le Sacre et Covronnement, device on title and full- 

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hen] Book-Prices Current. 

page woodcut, cf., inlaid, with a Grolieresque design, 
g.e., by Hague (from the Didot collection), [Paris] R, 
Estienne [1547], i2mo. (343), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, ;^i8 los. 

Henrici Petri (Adam). Chronyc. Historie der Nederlandtscher 
Oorlogen, Troublen, en oproeren oorspronck, anvanc en 
eynde, lit. got^., title in red and black within woodcut 
border (some stains), orig. veil., Getruct tot Noortwitz 
[Norwich), na de Copie Van Basel, anno 15 19, thick cr. 
Svo. (1105), July 22, Sotheby Ellis, £24 

[One of the earliest books printed in the City of Norwich 
by Adam de Solemne.l 

Henry (O.), pseud. See Porter (S. W.) 

Henry VIII. Assertio Septem Sacramentorum adversus 
Martin. Lutheru, ed. prima, title by H. Holbein, woodcut 
initials, cf. ex., g.e. (W. Pratt), with the two orig. blanks 
at end, fine copy, [colophon] A pud inclytam urbem Lon- 
dinum in csdibus Pynsonianis An. m.d.xxi. quarto Idus 
Julii, 1521, sm. 4to. (3247), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Pickering, £;iS 

Henry VIII. Gravissimae, atqi? exactissime illustrissimaru 
totius Italiae et Galliae Academiaru censurae, officiacis- 
simis etiam quorundam doctissimorum viroru argu- 
mentationibus explicatae illius propositionibus, etc., ed. 
prima Latina, title within woodcut border (mended and 
some margins wormed), old cf., [colophon] Impress . . in 
Officium Thome Bertheleti . . mense Aprili, 1530, sm. 4to. 
(3249), Nov. 22, Sotheby Pickering, £6 los. 

[This tract, relating to the divorce of K. Henry VIII. 
and Katherine of Arragon, was trans, into English and 
printed by Berthelet in 1531.] 

Henry VIII. lUusrissimi [sic) ac potentissimi Regis, Senatus, 
Populisque Angliae, sententia et de eo Concilio, quod 
Paulus Episcopus Rom. Mantuae futurum similavit ; et 
de ea bulla, quae ad Calendas Novembras id prorogamt 
[sic), orig. ed. (20 leaves, including title, leaf with colophon 
and a blank), mor. ex., g.e., by Lortic (R. S. Turner's and 
Mackellar's copy), In cedibus Thomae Bertheleti Regii 
Impress. An. 1537, cr. Svo. (3250), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Pickering, £g los. 

Hepplewhite (A.) Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer's Guide, 
plates, orig. cl., y.e.. Reprint, Batsford, 1897, ^o^io (113), 
Aug, 7, Sotheby Batsford, £1 i8s. 

Herbal. Le Grand Herbier en francoys, lettres batardes, cuts 
of plants, mor. ex., g.e., by Hardy-Mennil, with the arms 
of Baron Seilliere on sides, Paris [Denis Janot], pour 
Estienne Groulleau, s.d., sm. 4to. (345), March 18, Christie 

Ellis, £40 

Herbal. Incipit Tractatus de Virtutibus herbarum, roman 
letter, 150 cuts of plants (not col.), old cf. (broken and 
some leaves stained), Venetiis, per Alex, de Bindonis, 1520, 
die 4 Aprilis, sm. 4to. (346), March 18, Christie 

/2q8) Edwards, £16 los. 



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Oct., 191 7 to Aug., 1918. [her 

[Herbarius. Maguntie impressus Anno zc. Ixxxiiii.], semi- 
notf)ic letter, 32 lines to a full page, without marks, 150 hf.- 
page woodcuts of plants in outline, col. by a contemp. 
hand, russ. (broken), Ashburnham copy (see Book-Prices 
Current, Vol. xii., No. 171) [s.n., Mainz, P. Schoefifer, 
1484], sm. 4to. (202), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, {c):\ 

[The first work printed in Germany with woodcuts of 
plants. There appear to be three varieties of the first 
ed. This copy is the one without a title, but in place of 
the orig. blank leaf is one of a somewhat later date.] 

Herbarius Patauia impressus Anno dome z cetera Ixxxv., 
flOtfjir letter, 150 col. woodcuts, wooden bds. and leather, 
blind ornaments, Passaii [Joh. Petri], 1485, sm. 4to. (203), 
Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, jtyo 

[The second ed. with a date. MS. signature on fly-leaf. 
Hain *8445, Proctor 2829. Collation: 174 leaves, un- 
numbered. The cuts and text are in correct order, but 
some numbers are wrong. ;^55, hf. cf., some leaves 
stained, same sale, Lot 204.] 

Herbarius i latino cu figuris, got^ic letter, 28-29 lines to a page, 
without marks, woodcuts, title within the device block of 
Veldener (repaired), mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd, [s.n., Lo twain, 
J. Veldener, c. 1485], sm. 4to. (205), Dec. 10, Christie 

Ellis, {jo 
[Copinger IL 2916 (no details). Collation: [A4, b-v8, 
x-z6] = i74 leaves, unnumbered.] 

[Herbarius.] Herbarum imagines uiuae. Der kreuter lebliche 
Conterfeytunge, 2 parts, 2 titles witliin border of plants, 
etc. and upwards of 200 cuts of plants, A-L4, a-e4, f 2 = 66 
leaves, bds., g.e., Frankjort, C. Egenolff, 1538, sm. 4to. 
(209), Dec. 10, Christie London Library, {j 

Herbert (Geo.) Herbert's Remains, or Sundry Pieces of that 
sweet Singer of the Temple [comprising the first ed. of 
" A Priest to the Temple," 1652 ; " Jacula Prudentum, 
or Outlandish Proverbs," 1651, inserted between pp. 168 
and 171], mor. ex., g.e., T. Garthwait, 1652 [-1651], i2mo. 
(148), Dec. 6, Hodgson Tregaskis, £5 2s. 6d. 

Herbert (Geo.) The Temple, fourth ed., ruled in red (a 9 
mended), old cf. gt., g.e. (rebacked), Cambridge, Buck & 
Daniell, 1635, narrow 8vo. (608), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Ellis, £^ I OS. 

Herbert (W.) History of the Twelve Great Livery Companies 
of London, much extra material, printed and engraved, 
inserted, 2 vol., hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., uncut. Published by the 
author, 1834-7, roy. 8vo. (574), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Thorp, £4 15s. 

Herbolario volgare nel quale le virtu de la herbe et molti 
simplici se dechiarano, etc., 2 full-page cuts and numerous 
others of flowers, herbs, etc., all uncol., 5. n. {Venet., Zoan 
Andr. Vavassore, c. 1522), 8vo. (347), March 18, Christie 

Quaritch, £jfi 

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her] Book-Prices Current. 

Herbolario volgare, nel quale le virtu delle herbe, et molti 
simplici se dechiarano, Ut- 0Otf)., woodcut of St. Peter and 
St. Paul below title, cuts in the text, nior. ex., from the 
Heber library, Venetia, per Bernardino Benalio, 1526, sm. 
8vo. (256), June 10, Sotheby Edwards, £2^ 

Herckmans (Elia). Der Zee-vaert lof Handelende vande 
gedenckwaerdighste Zee vaerden met de daeranklevende 
op en onderganghen der Voornaemste Heer schappijen 
der gantscher Wereld, hf. -title of 4 lines and engraved 
title, 18 engravings, the one on p. 97 by Rembrandt, 
veil., t'Amstelredam, Ghedruckt voor J. Pietersz Wachter, By 
Ian Fred. Stam. in de Hope, 1634, sm. folio (367), Dec. 10, 
Christie Tregaskis, £ig 

[The name of Columbus occurs on page 157 and that of 
Vespucci on page 161. Collation: 10 leaves, unnum- 
bered + pp. 235 + 4 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Heresbachius (Conradus). Foure Bookes of Husbandry, 
newely Englished and increased by Barnabe Googe, blacit 
tetter, woodcut of arms on verso of title (corner torn off), 
modern cf., R. Watkins, 1577, 4to. (195), July 22, Sotheby 

Pickering, ;^io los. 

Hermitage (The). Eighty-four photogravures (proofs) repro- 
duced from the orig. paintings in the Imperial Gallery at 
St. Petersburg, Introduction by Sir Martin Conway, mor., 
uncut, t.e.g., n.d., atlas folio (1275), Dec. 4, Sotheby 

Parsons, £8 

Herodianus. Der Fiirtreffiich Griechisch geschicht schreiber 
Herodianus . . . vnd Hier. Boner in nachuolgend Teiitsch 
pracht, etc., first ed., QOtl)ic letter, woodcut on title and 
another by Weiditz (fol. i), ornamental initials, Augsburg, 
H. Steiner, 1531 — Justinus. Des Hochbenimptesten Ges- 
chicht schreybers Justini, warhafftige Hystorien .... die 
Hier. Boner, etc., first ed., got^ic letter, woodcut on title 
and numerous others, by Weiditz and Breu, woodcut 
initials, ib., 153 1, in i vol., bds., sm. folio (211), Dec. 10, 
Christie Parsons, £^ los. 

[Collation: (i) 4 prel. 4- lxx. leaves. (2) 4 prel. -i-cxix 
-1- I blank.] 

Herodianus. Historiarum Libri VIII., Ang. Politiano inter- 
preta, ed. secunda, roman letter, veil, (from the Dunn 
collection, £2 i8s. in 1914), Bononiae, Plato de Benedictus, 
1493, sm. folio (349), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £\t> 

[One leaf (aaiii.) has a painted border, with illuminated 
initial. Hain 8467, Proctor 6598.] 

Herodianus. Historiarum libri VIII., cum Angeli Politiani 
interpretatione, contemp. French mor. gt., stamped all 
over with the fieurs-de-lys and the crowned monogram 
of two G's interlaced of J. B. Gaston de France, Due 
d'Orleans, brother of Louis XIII. (corners repaired), 
Lugduni, 1624, 8vo. (74), June 10, Sotheby 

B. F. Stevens, £g 

Herodotus. Historiarum libri IX,, quibus musarum indita 

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sunt nomina (Graced), ed. princeps et Aldina, MS. notes 
in Greek (stated to be in the liand of Beatus Rhenanus 
in an autograph note of Brunet on fly-leaf), cf., g.e.. Venetiis 
in domo Aldi mense Septembri, 1502, folio (955), April 29, 
Sotheby Edwards, £<} 

Herodotus. Historianim lib. IX., roman letter, with Greek, 
51 lines to a page, title within border of 13 compartments, 
signed in top centre A. W. {i.e., Anton Woensam von 
Worms), woodcut initials [by Diirer], Aa6, Bb8, a-z6 (last 
blank), hf. russ., Coloniae apud Eucharium Ceruicornum, 
(Bre 6- impensa M. God. Hittorpij, 1526, sm. folio (212), 
Dec. 10, Christie Sotheran, £2 19s. 

Herolt (Joh.) Sermones Discipuli de tempore per Circulum 
Anni [et Commune Sanctorum eiusdem discipuli], lit. 
QOtt)., 522 leaves [Hain 8479], rubricated, painted capitals 
(many leaves wormed), modern bds., from Dr. Klosz's 
library, [colophon on fol. 439b] . . Impressi Colonie Anno 
. . Millesimoquadringentesimo septuagesimo octavo die 
Veneris Mensis Mail octava s. n. Impr. [Ulric Zel {type 2), 
1478], thick sm. folio (3257), Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, ;{ii 

[Herolt (Joh.)] Sermones discipuli de tempore — Sermones dis- 
cipuli de Sanctis, etc., lit. gotl). parva, double columns, 
both parts (Part i. wanted sheet A, Part ii. wanted last 
leaf, Julian Notary's device at end of Part i., woodcut of 
the Feast at Cana on title of Vol. ii., some margins frayed 
by damp, not subject to return), sides of contemp. English 
oak bds. and leather, with stamped ornaments (repaired), 
[Printed by Julian Notary, 1510], sm. 4to. (3260), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Tregaskis, £1^ los. 

Herrera (Ant. de). Historia general de los Hechos de los 
Castellanos, 5 parts in 4 vol., titles in compartments, 
containing ports, of Columbus, Sandoval, Magellan, etc., 
14 maps (title to Vol. iii. defective and backed, also first 
leaf of same vol. mounted), old cf., not subject to return, 
Madrid, 1601-15, sm. folio (156), April 29, Sotheby 

Davis d>' Orioli, £^ 15s. 

Herrick (Rob.) Poems, ed. by F. S. Ellis, 250 copies printed, 
veil., uncut, Kelmscoit Press, 1895, sm. 4to. (479), July 22, 
Sotheby Maggs, £14 los. 

Herring (J. F.) Portraits of the Winning Horses of the Great 
St. Leger Stakes, at Doncaster, 1815-1824 [1827], inclusive, 
13 large col. aquatints by Sutherland after Herring (12) 
and Dolby (i), orig. bds., uncut, Doncaster [1827], folio 
(52), July 22, Christie ;^200 

[The title gives the dates as 1815-24, but the plates and 
letterpress include the years to 1827.] 

Hertslet (Lewis). Complete Collection of the Treaties and 
Conventions at present subsisting between Great Britain 
and Foreign Powers (with Indexes), Vol. i.-xvi., in 13 vol., 
mor. gt., 1840-85, 8vo, (196), July 22, Sotheby 

Heffer, £\ los. 

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Hertslet (Sir Ed.) Map of Europe by Treaty, maps (mounted), 
4 vol., hf. cf., 1875-91, 8vo. (215), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Dingwall, £^ 2s. 6d. 

Heures a I'usaige de Romme, lettres batardes, long lines, 30 
to a page, printed on veil., within woodcut borders, 19 
fine full-page woodcuts, within borders, Hardouin's 
device on title (illuminated), and on last leaf, astrological 
man, figures of saints and illuminated initials, mor. ex. 
doublure, g.e., by Cape, Ces presentes Heures a I'usaige de 
Rome . . . ont este achevees a Paris le huitiesme jour de Mars 
1509 par Gillet Hardouyn, etc., 8vo. (357), March 18, 
Christie Edwards, £^g 

Heures a lusaige de Romme tout au long sans riens requerir, 
avec Calendrier, (it. fiOt^., printed on veil., 14 (should be 
18) woodcuts and small woodcuts of saints, etc., all 
painted over in gold and colours, capital letters painted 
in gold on red or blue grounds (wanted a 2, 3, 4, c 7, 8, 
D 6, L2), sheep, stamped sides (broken), Paris, par Gillet 
Hardouyn pour Germain Hardouyn (15 10), 8vo. (17), July 
29, Sotheby Thorp, £1 1 

Heures a lusage de Rome, lit. QOtf)., printed on veil,, com- 
mences on b ij, woodcuts uncol., initials illuminated [not 
mentioned by Brunet or Lacombe], Paris, pour Nicolas 
Vivian, 1514, 8vo. (233), June 3, Sotheby Dohell, £^ los. 

Heures a lusaige de Romme tout au long sans riens requerir. 
avec le Calendrier, etc., \\i. QOtt)- (batardes), long lines, 30 
to a full page (92 leaves), printed throughout within 
woodcut borders, 14 large woodcuts of the life of Christ 
and the Virgin (three in fac), small initial figures of saints, 
etc., Jehan de Erie's device on title, initials and capitals 
painted (a few stains), contemp. French cf., the sides 
covered with rows of ermines, rosettes, arabesques, etc., 
in the style of the bindings done for Henri II and Anne of 
Brittany (repaired), in case, Imprimees a Paris par Nyco- 
las Hygman pour Jehan de Brie, s. a. {Almanach, 1521-36), 
sm. 4to. (iiii), July 22, Sotheby Tregaskis, £10 los. 

Heures de nostre dame translatees en francoys et mises en 
rithme par Pierre Gringoire {sic), QOtf)\C letter, woodcuts, 
[Paris] Jehan Petit a la rue Sainct Jacques a la fleur de lis 
dor [1525] — Chantz royaulx figurez morallement sur les 
misteres miraculeux de nostre saulueur, etc., par Pierre 
Gringoire, On les ved a Paris . . . en la maison de Jehan 
petit [1527], together in i vol., cf., with Grolieresque 
design (corners of a number of leaves damaged), w.a.f., 
1525-27, sm. 4to. (326), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £'^'j 

Heures. See also Horae B.V.M. 

Hewitson {V\l . C.) British Oology, col. plates, 4 vol., Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, n.d., 8vo. (91), Feb. 20, Sotheby Wheldon, £6 

Hewitson (W. C.) Coloured Illustrations of the Eggs of 
British Birds, 2 vol., cf., 1846, 8vo. (69), March 19, Puttick 

Dulau, £2 I OS. 

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Hewlett (M.) Earthwork out of Tuscany, first ed., front., 
orig. cl., J. M. Dent & Co., 1895, i6mo. {84), March 19, 
Puttick Spencer, £5 

Hewlett (M.) Life and Death of Richard Yea and Nay. orig. 
holograph MS., 535 pp. 4to., 2 vol., mor., t.e.g., by Zaehns- 
dorf (2073), April 22, Christie, presented by the author ^^32 

Heyden (S.) De Arte Canendi, musical notation (last leaf 
defective, hole in title), hf. cf., Norimbergae, apud I. 
Petreium, 1540, 4to. (98), May 13, Sotheby Terry, ;£ii 

Heywood (Thos.) Dramatic Works, 6 vol., cf. gt., g.e., 1874, 
8vo. (1133), Nov. 5, Sotheby Maggs, £^ 7s. 6d. 

Heywood (Thos.) Gunaikeion, or nine Bookes of various 
History concerninge Women, engraved title in compart- 
ments, cf., Adam Ishp, 1624, folio (198), July 22, Sotheby 

Edwards, £^ 2S. 6d. 

Heywood (Thos.) Hierarchic of the blessed Angells, first ed., 
engraved title by Cecil and plates (one margined), mor., 
g.e., 1635, folio (1081), Oct. 23, Sotheby Dohell, l^, 5s. 

Heywood (Thos.) Love's Mistresse, or The Queenes Masque, 
second ed.. hf. mor., 1640, 4to. (888), April 8, Sotheby 

Dobell, £1 I OS. 

[Hickeringill (Edm.)] Jamaica Viewed, by E. H., folding map 
of Jamaica (mended), title backed, mor. ex., g.e., by F. 
Bedford, London, printed for John Williams at the Crown 
in St. Paul's Church-yard, i66i (31), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

B. F. Stevens, £^ 
[This copy had a second title-page inserted, identical in 
wording, though the setting differs slightly, and the im- 
print reads " London, Printed by J. R., 1661."] 

Hieronymus (S.) [Der heiligen Altvater leben], semi-Qotftir 
letter, 147 woodcuts (a few col.) and ornamental initials, 
mor. ex., silken ends and fly-leaves, red edges, gold 
stamp on side, " Ex libris Caroli Becher, M.D.," with 
monogram and motto [s.n., Strassburg, unknown printer, 
? J. Priiss, c. 1480], sm. 4to. (214), Dec. 10, Christie 

Davis (Sy Orioli, £zo 
[First ed. of the German translation of the " Vitas 
Patrum." Hain *86o3. Proctor 3251. Collation: 232 
leaves, the first and last blank. Wanting 11 leaves.] 

Hieronymus (S.) [Der heiligen Alfvaten leben]. Part IL : die 
Beispiel, flottjir letter, double columns of 34 Unes, without 
marks, woodcut on verso of second leaf, 137 smaller 
woodcuts, all col., and ornamental initials, wooden bds. 
and stamped leather \s.n., Augsburg, J. Schonsperger, 
c. 1481], sm. folio (215), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch,£jS 
[Probably the second ed. The book usually consists of 
2 parts, but of this ed. only the second portion, as the 
present, is known. Collation : 188 leaves, unnumbered 
(first and last blank).] 

Hieronymus (S.) [Der heiligen Altvater leben], flotftir letter, 
with full-page cut and 263 smaller woodcuts, ornamental 

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initials, mor., g.e., by Lortic fils, Augsburg, J. Schobsser, 
19 Dec, 1492, sm. folio (216), Dec. 10, Christie 

Maggs, £60 
[Hain 8607. Collation: a6, a-r8, a-r8, 56 = 284 leaves, 
unnumbered. r8 and s6 are wanting, but were un- 
doubtedly blanks.] 

Hieronymus (S.) Der heiligen Altvater leben niiw getruckt 
wie sie ir heiliges leben volbracht haben, got^ic letter, 
double columns, 49 lines, with signatures, woodcuts, all 
col., and ornamental initials, veil, (stained and mended), 
4 prel. -1- v.-cxciiii. (several errors), William Morris's 
copy, £j 15s. in 1898), Strassburg, J. Gruninger [Rein- 
hard], 1507, sm. folio (217), Dec. 10, Christie Edwards, £8 

Hieronymus (S.) Epistolae et Tractatus, a Theodoro Lelio 
editae (2 vol.), lit. rom. (Vol. i., 376 leaves, including 
blanks, the last blank wanting; Vol. ii., 452 leaves, in- 
cluding 6 blanks) [Hain *8550, Proctor 6747], illuminated 
initial miniature at beginning of each vol., marginal 
decorations [Romano di Roma], other illuminated initials, 
painted capitals, contemp. stamped pigskin, Wm. Morris's 
copy, ;^ii IIS. in 1898), [at end of Vol. ii.] " Veritas 
Vincit J a. Ru." [? Romae, Ulricus Gallus, c. 1467], folio 
(3263), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £200 

[Proctor has this work under Naples, with " Ja. Ru- 
beus" as the printer, but in a later note it appears that 
this volume was printed at Rome by Ulrich Han before 
1467.] 

Hieronymus (S.) Epistolae et Tractatus, lit. gotf). parva, 
Vol. i., 374 leaves, including 5 orig. blanks [Hain *8550, 
Proctor 6747], borders of first page of text decorated, a 
shield of arms below, per fess azure and gules, coronet or 
in chief, ornamental pen letters (some leaves wormed), 
contemp. Italian oak bds. and leather, with stamped 
ornaments (worn and rebacked), Absque ulla nota [Romae, 
Udalricus Han, before December, 1467 ?], thick folio 
(3264), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £jzq 

[Proctor has a special note to this early production, in 
which he connects it with Han's " Turrecremata " of 
December, 1467.] 

Hieronymus (S.) Epistolae et Tractatus (ex recognitione Jo. 
Andreae), lit. rom.. Vol. i. 302 leaves. Vol. ii. 338 leaves, 
including 2 blanks in each vol. [Hain *8552, Proctor 
3312], illuminated initial in each vol., capitals painted, 
contemp. oak bds. and stamped leather (damaged, text 
in line state), from Wm. Morris's library (;^ii lis. in 
1898), Impressum Romae, in domo P. &^. F. de Maximis, 
per Conrad Sweynheym et Arnold Pannartz, 1470, folio 
(3266), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £']0 

Hieronymus (S.) Epistolae [ed. Jo. Andreae] (2 vol.), lit- QOt^-, 
408 leaves (Vol. i,, 198 leaves, the first blank; Vol. ii., 
210 leaves) [Hain *8553, Proctor 91], rubricated, painted 
initials and capitals, 2 vol., old mor., gt. floreate backs, 

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Oct., 191 7 to Aug., 1918. [hig 

g.e. (Derome), fine copy, from the WodhuU library. 
Moguntiae, Peter Schoiffer de Gemsheim, 1470, large folio 
(3265), Nov. 22. Sotheby Maggs, l%i 

Hieronymus (S.) Epistolae (ed. Jo. Andreae), ()Ot^ir letter (at 
foot of the first page is the painted coat-of-arms of the 
abbey of Georgental, to which the book belonged), painted 
initials, 2 vol., orig. wooden bds. and stamped leather, 
clasp fittings (from Georgenthal Abbey), Mainz, P. Scho- 
effer, 7 Sept., 1470, large folio (213), Dec. 10, Christie 

Davis &> Orioli, £22 
[Hain *8553, Proctor 91 ; see No. 409. Collation : (i) 
198 leaves, (2) 210 leaves; without marks. The first leaf 
of Vol. ii. in fac] 

Hieronymus (S.) Epistole de san hieronymo volgare, first 
Itahan ed.. roman letter, numerous woodcuts and orna- 
mental initials, leaves 188 and 191 printed on one side 
only (first leaf torn and mended, some leaves rendered 
frail by damp and in some cases mended, a few womi- 
holes), old hf. veil. [Hain 14418, Proctor 5766], not subject 
to return, Ferrara per Maestro Lorenzo di Rossi da Valenza, 
1497, folio (257), June 10, Sotheby Davis cS- Orioli, £8 los. 

Hieronymus of Brunswick. Das biich der Waren Kunst zu 
distillieren die composita un simplicia und das biich 
thesaurus pauperu, etc., lit. flOt^-, double columns, German 
woodcuts and ornamental initials, contemp. German oak 
bhs. and leather, with small stamps, etc., with clasps 
(rebacked, some leaves at end wormed), [colophon] Ged- 
ruct und geendigt in . . Straszburg im Jar 15 12 [k.n.], folio 
(3275). Nov. 22, Sotheby Edwards, £2C) 

Higden (R.) Polycronicon (trans, b^^ John of Treves and con- 
tinued by Wilham Caxton), black letter, long lines, 40 to a 
full page, contains 448 leaves, of which three are blank, 
some leaves inlaid or restored, fifth leaf of table inlaid, 
folio 192 mended, 231 mended (a portion in fac. 327 
(recto) has two letters rubbed, 422 torn and inlaid, 424 
inlaid, headline on verso shaved, 427 has two corners 
torn off, leaf inlaid and portion of text in fac, one or two 
small wormholes), mor. ex., g.e. [De Ricci, 49, type 4 
only]. Imprinted by William Caxton («o place or date), 
[Westminster, c. 1482], sm. folio (lo^in. by 9|in.) (258), 
June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £^iS 

Higden (R.) Policronicon, trans, by John of Trevisa, blartt 
letter, 398 leaves, double columns, musical notation on a 
staff of 8 lines on sign, m 5, last leaf with Caxton 's device 
and 5 leaves of text supplied in fac, several margins 
mended (hole in one leaf, a few small wormholes at end), 
mor. ex., g.e., by Pratt [Proctor 9606], [colophon] Ended 
the thyrtenth daye of A pry II the tenth yere of the regne of 
kyng Harry the seventh. And of the Incarnacyon of our 
lord. M.cccclxxxxv. Emprynted at Westmestre by Wynkyn 
Theworde {1495), folio (168), May 13, Sotheby 

Edwards, £24 

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Higden (R.) Polycronycon [trans, by John of Trevisa], btorft 
letter, woodcuts and woodcut initials (title defective, 
stained throughout, 2 leaves holed, wants colophon and 
blank leaf to make sheet h h perfect), old cf., Southwerke,. 
P. Treveris, 1527, folio (579), May 14, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £6 los. 

Higgins (G.) Anacalypsis, an Attempt to draw aside the Veil 
of the Saitic Isis, first ed., 2 vol., cf. gt., g.e., 1836, 4to. 
(751), Dec. 17, Sotheby Bumpus, ^13 

Higgins (G.) Apology for the Life and Character of the 
celebrated Prophet of Arabia, called Mohamed, first ed., 
cf. gt., t.e.g., 1829, 8vo. (750), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £1 8s. 

Higgins (G.) The Celtic Druids, first ed., plates, cf. gt., g.e., 
1829, 4to. (749), Dec. 17, Sotheby Heffer, £2 2S. 

Hill (A. G.) Organ-Cases and Organs of the Middle Ages and 
Renaissance, illustrations, both series, 2 vol., cl. gt., t.e.g., 
1883-91, roy. folio (474), March 25, Sotheby 

Edwards, £6 5s. 
\j£5 7s. 6d., same state, July 29, Sotheb}'-, Lot 474.] 

Hill (Thos.) Gardener's Labyrinth, containing a Discourse of 
the Gardener's Life, 2 parts, blac^ letter, woodcuts, cf. ex.^ 
by Riviere, Adam Islip, 1594, 4to. (293), July 22, Sotheby 

Pickering, ;^io los. 

Hills (R.) Sketches in Flanders and Holland, plates, col. and 
in sepia, cf. gt., g.e. (cracked), 1816, 4to. (626), April 29, 
Sotheby Spencer, £4 4s. 

Hind (H. Y.) Explorations in the Interior of the Labrador 
Peninsula, maps, 11 chromos. and woodcuts, 2 vol., cf. 
ex., uncut, t.e.g., Longman, 1863, 8vo. (815), May 14, 
Sotheby Edwards, £2 14s. 

Hindeswell (T.) History of Scarborough, plates and plan, 
and three others, hf. cf. gt., York, 1798, 4to. (940), Oct. 
23, Sotheby Pickard, £1 i6s. 

Hipkins (A. J.) and Gibb. Musical Instruments, 50 plates in 
col., with descriptions, hf. mor., g.e., 1888, roy. folio (682), 
Dec. 12, Hodgson £2 12s. 

[^4 los., mor., g.e., May 13, Sotheby, Lot 169.] 

Historia Belgica : Hoc est Rerum Memorabilium quae in 
Belgio passim aliquando evenerint 1529-83, Franco/, ad 
Moenum apud Sigismundum Feyrahenium, 1583, thick 
8vo. (30), April 8, Sotheby Quaritch, /22 

[XVII. century French mor. gt., g.e., J. A. de Thou's 
copy, with his arms and those of his first wife, Marie 
Picardet, and monogram I. A. M. on back ; from the 
Beckford library. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Historia del invitto Cavaliero Platir, figliuolo de I'lmperatore 
Primaleone, italic letter, mor. ex., Venetia, per Michele 
Tramezzino, 1548, 8vo. (509), May 14, Sotheby Edwards, £% 

Historia di Florindo et Chiarastella [in verse], 6 leaves, roman 
letter, double columns, two woodcuts below title and two- 
other cuts in the text, mor. ex., by Delange pere, Firenze, 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [hod 

rinconiro d Santo Apolinari Vanno 1622, 4to. (443). June 
10, Sotheby Tregaskis, {6 15s. 

Historic Military and Naval Anecdotes. See Orme (E.) 

Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. Transactions, 
New Series, illustrations. Vol. i.-xiii., Liverpool, 1888-98, 
8vo. (98), Jan. 22, Sotheby Last, 13s. 

Historical Sketch of Moscow, 12 col. plates, orig. bds., uncut, 
1 81 3, 4to. (598), Aug. 7, Sotheby Wrangel, £5 5s. 

History of New-England, A 2 leaves, B-Hh in fours, wanting 
last 2 leaves (I 2 torn and holed, y 2 and 3, Dd 4, head- 
lines shaved, Z 2, signature and catchword shaved, Hh 
last lines shaved, Hh 2 last lines cut away, MS. 1 otes on a 
few leaves), hf. cf. (rubbed), Nath: Brooke at the Angel in 
Corn-hill, 1654, 4to. (452), June 17, Sotheby 

H. Stevens, /ii los. 

[The authorship of this work has been ascribed to 

Edward Johnson, of Woburn, N.E., also to Sir Ferdinando 

Gorges, who has included it bodily in " America Painted 

to the Life." " To the Reader " is signed T. H.] 

Histrio-Mastix. Or, The Player Whipt (A-H 3 in fours), (30 
leaves, title on a 2). (title and last leaf soiled and backed, 
some headlines cut close), Roxburghe arms on reverse of 
title, new mor. ex., g.e. (Mitford's copy), Printed for Th : 
Thorp, 1 610, sm. 4to. (1107), July 22, Sotheby 

Pickering, £1^ los. 
[This play was written towards the close of Q. Eliza- 
beth's reign, though not printed till 1610. It contains a 
ridicule on a passage in Shakespeare's " Troilus and 
Cressida " (Act iv., Sc. 4). [Sec Simpson's "School of 
Shakespeare," 1878.] No other ed. known. ;^i6 i6s., 
apparently the same copy. May 12, 19 16, Hodgson, Lot 
263 ; ;^38, hf. mor., the Huth copy, June 2, 1913.] 

Hoare (Sir R. C.) Ancient History of" South and North Wilt- 
sliire, over 120 engraved maps, plans, views, etc., and 2 
ports., 2 vol., 1 812-19 — The Modern History of Wiltshire, 
including the History of Old and New Sarum, by R. 
Benson and H. Hatcher, large paper (except Vol' iii.. 
Part ii., wich is inlaid to size), many engravings, 6 vol. in 
12 parts, 1822-44, together 14 vol., uniform in size, hf. 
mor. gt., t.e.g. (a few leaves stained), 1812-44, folio 
(1082), Oct. 23, Sotheby Qiiaritch, £21 

Hobbes (Thos.) Le Corps Politique, mor. gt., g.e., by Masson 
de Bonnelle, Leide, Elzevier, 1653, 8vo. (756), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Dobell, 13s. 

Hobbes (Thos.) Leviathan, first ed., front., cf., stated to be 
Bp. Atterbury's copy, with MS. notes in his handwriting, 
1651, folio (755), Dec. 17, Sotheby Halliday, £2 8s, 

[£2 I OS., orig. cf., April 29, Sotheby, Lot 260.] 

Hobson (R. L.) Worcester Porcelain, col. front., on Japanese 
veil, mount, plain and col. plates, buckram gt., uncut, 
t.e.g., 19K), folio (487), July 29, Sotheby Hill, £^ 4s. 

Hodges (N.) Loimologia, sive Pestis nuperae apud populum 

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Londinensem grassantis narratio historica, Bedford library- 
copy, cf. gt., g.e., by Bedford, 1672, 8vo. (937), April 8^ 
Sotheby Edwards, £2 los. 

Hodges (William). Select Views in India, map and 48 col. 
aquatints, old mor. gt., inlaid, g.e., J. Edwards, 1786,. 
folio (853), April 29, Sotheby Spencer, £ij 

Hodgkin (J. E.) Rariora, illustrations (a few in col.) and facs., 
3 vol. (wants title to Vol. ii.), orig. buckram, g.t., n.d., 4to. 
(998), June 17, Sotheby Last, £1 12s. 

Hodgkin (T.) Italy and her Invaders, maps, plates, some col.,. 
8 vol. in 9, Oxford, 1892-9, 8vo. (5), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Pieroli, £^ 15s. 

Hodgson (Mrs. W.) Old English China, col. plates and illus- 
trations, orig. cl., 1913, folio (223), March 19, Puttick 

Brown, £1 is. 
[£2 I OS., same state, May 23, Puttick, Lot 485.] 

Hoffmann (E. T, W.) Contes Fantastiques, traduction par 
P. Christian, illustrations by Gavarni, hf, bd., Paris, 
1843, 8vo. (757), Dec. 17, Sotheby Neumayer, i8s. 

Hoffmann (E. T. W.) Weird Tales, trans, by J. T. Bealby, 11 
etchings by Lalauze, large paper, proofs (100 copies 
printed), 2 vol., orig. cL, uncut, Nimmo, 1885, 8vo. (816)',. 
May 14, Sotheby Maggs, £2 2S. 

Hogarth (W.) Analysis of Beauty, original MS., partly auto- 
graph, with many drawings by' the author in pen and 
pencil, corrections, erasures, additions, etc., in 6 vol , old 
veil. (c. 1753), 4 to. (490). June 3, Sotheby Quaritch. £86 

Hogarth (W.) Works, 103 plates, bds. (broken), Boydell,. 
1790, atlas folio (783), April 29, Sotheby Spencer, ;^i8 los. 

Hogarth (W.) Works, port, and 109 plates by T. Cook (letter- 
press of a few plates cut into and 12 plates mounted), 2 
plates inserted, russ. gt. (rebacked), 1802, folio (908), Feb. 
20, Sotheby Hill, £5 5s. 

Hogarth (W.) ' Works, from the original plates, restored by 

J. Heath, with the " Before " and " After" in pocket, hf. 

mor. gt., g.e., as issued, 1822, elephant foUo (1083), Oct. 

23, Sotheby Sawyer, £^ los. 

[;^4, no date, old russ. (repaired), same sale, Lot 661.] 

Hogarth (W.) W^orks, from the original plates restored by J. 
Heath, with the suppressed plates, biographical essay, etc.,. 
by J. Nichols, plates (brilliant impressions), hf. russ. gt.,^ 
1822, atlas folio (162), April 29, Sotheby Spencer, £S 

[Holbein (H.)] Historiarum veteris Testamenti Icones, title 
within border and over 90 woodcuts, hf. mor., uncut, 
Antverpiae apud loan. Steelsium, 1540, sm. 8vo. (219), 
Dec. 10, Christie Tregaskis, £6 

[Third ed., but first with a text in Spanish. Collation : 
A-M4 = 48 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Holbein (H.) Icones Historiarum Veteris Testamenti, 94 
woodcuts and woodcuts of the four evangelists on last 
leaf, mor., g.e., by F. Bedford, Lugduni, 1547, 4to. (760), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Quaritch, £g 15s. 

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Oct.. 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [hol 

[Holbein (H.)] Imagines Mortis. His Accesserunt, Epigram- 
mata, 6 Gallico idiomate k Georgio Aemylio in Latin um 
transiata, roman letter, 53 woodcuts, a-m8, N4 (? last 
blank, missing), mor., g.e. (autograph of Lord I^ighton), 
Coloniae apud hcsredes Arnoldi Birckmanni, 1555, i2mo. 
(218), Dec. 10, Christie Davis dv Orioli, £^ los. 

Holbein (H.) La Danse des Morts, j^glise de la Chaise Dieu, 
a roll, gft 8in. by ift. 9.Jin., mounted on Hnen, engraved 
by H. Reuxaine, col. costume illustrations, in case (130). 
July 2Q, Sotheby Atkinson, £1 12s. 

Holbein (H.) Portraits of Illustrious Persons of the Court of 
Henry VHI., by John Chamberlaine, 83 col. plates, in- 

II eluding Holbein and his wife (imprint cropped) and the 

y two miniatures of the Dukes of Suffolk, mor. gt., g.e., by 

L J. Wright, 1792, roy. folio (203), July 22, Sotheby 

I Spencer, £^0 

I f/44> russ. (one back gone), margins of some plates 

I stained. Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 286.] 

. Holbein (H.) Portraits of Illustrious Persons of the Court of 

Henry VIII., by John Chamberlaine, 83 col. ports., mostly 
on pink paper, including the additional ports, of Holbein 
and his wife and the miniatures of the Dukes of Suffolk, 
in 2 vol., fine copy, hf. mor., y.e., 1792, roy. folio (164), 
April 29, Sotheby Spencer, £6/^ 

Holbein (H.) Portraits of Illustrious Persons of the Court of 
Henry VIII., engraved by F. Bartolozzi, with Biographi- 
cal Notices by E. Lodge, 90 tinted ports., hf. mor., g.e., 
1884, folio (1016), Jan. 22, Sotheby /. Smith, £'^ los. 

Holinshed (R.) Chronicles, first ed., black letter, woodcuts, 
with the plan of the Siege of Edinburgh Castle (defective), 
2 vol., old cf. (some leaves mounted and mended and a few 
headhnes cut into, not subject to return). Printed for J . 
Bishop, 1577, folio (1366), Dec. 4, Sotheby Pickering, £20 
Holinshed (R.) Chronicles, first ed., blarfe letter, woodcut 
titles (the first cut round and inlaid, the second mended), 
cuts in the text, folding view of the " Siege of Edinburgh 
Castle " (cut into, partly mounted), with leaf of " Names 
of Knights made at Leith " and leaves of " Faultes 
escaped " (some headlines and side-notes cut into), 2 vol., 
old mor. gt., g.e., Imprinted jor loh/i Hunne, 1577, sm. folio 
(261), June 10, Sotheby Edwards, £2.^ 

\£'], mor., many leaves cut, stained or imperfect. May 
14, Sotheby, Lot 601.] 
Hohnshed (R.) Chronicles, by John Hooker and A. Fleming, 
blarfe letter, woodcut initials, 3 vol. in 2, 1587 — Castra- 
tions, 1723, russ. super ex., g.e., by W. Pratt, 1587-1723, 
foho (618). Dec. 4, Sotheby Halliday, £9 5s. 

Holland (H.) Herwologia Anglica, 65 ports, and monuments 
by Pass and Janson, complete copy, with all the pre- 
liminary leaves and the list of plates, russ. gt. (rebacked), 
y.e., 1620, folio (1085), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £1^ los. 

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hol] Book-Prices Current. 

Holme (C.) English Water-Colour, ports, and col. plates, 
buckram. Studio, 1902, 4to. (257), June 26, Puttick 

Stazenger, {,1 12s. 

Holme (R.) Academy of Armory, ed. by J. H. J eayes, "second 

vol., engravings, rox., Roxburghe Club, 1905, folio (250), 

Jan. 23, Puttick Nelson, £^ 5s. 

[£S 15s., same state, Dec. 15, 1916, Hodgson, Lot 123.] 

Holmes (O. W.) [Works.] Writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes, 
Riverside large paper ed. (limited to 25 copies for Europe), 
port, (stained), 13 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g. (the fore-edges of 
some vols, and a few leaves stained), 1891, 8vo. (586), 
Nov. 28, Hodgson Brown, £^ los. 

Holmes (O. W.) [Works.] Writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes, 
artist's ed., limited to 750 copies, illustrated, 15 vol., veil, 
backs and silk sides, t.e.g., uncut, Boston, Houghton, 
Mifflin & Co. [1892-1896], 8vo. (322), March 5, American 
Art Association $110 

Holmes (R. R.) Naval and Military Trophies and personal 
relics of British Heroes, col. plates by Wm. Gibb, new hf. 
mor., t.e.g., in case, J. C. Nimmo, 1896, folio (526), July 
22, Sotheby Parsons, £1 

Holmes (R. R.) Queen Victoria, 1897, extra illustrated by 
the addition of many hundreds of autograph letters, ports., 
caricatures, historical documents, views, etc., in 10 vol., 
hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., 1902, 4to. (689), April 29, Sotheby 

Biimpus, £60 

Holmes (R. R.) Specimens of Royal and Historical Book- 
binding at Windsor Castle, text within col. borders, 152 
col. facs. by W. Griggs, orig. decorated bds., 1893, folio 
(1000), Jan. 22, Sotheby Low, £'i 12s. 

Holtzwart (Math.) Eikones .... veteris Germaniae Heroum, 
italic letter, woodcut arms (? of author) on title and 14 
full-page cuts of heroes, veil.. Per Bernhardum lobinum, 
Argentorati, 1573, i2mo. (220), Dec. 10, Christie 

Parsons, 14s. 

Homer. Iliads, trans, by Geo. Chapman, first ed. of the 24 
books, engraved title (mounted) by W. Hole, together 
with the first 12 books of the Odysses, with 4 leaves of 
Sonnets (wanting title). 2 vol. in r, old cf.. Printed for 
Nathaniell Butter, und., c. i6ti, folio (^>2), June 3, Sotheby 

Dohell, £4 I OS. 

Homer. Iliads, done according to the Greeke, by Geo. Chap- 
man, engraved title (margins repaired), with the orig. 
blank leaf at end (161 1) — Homer's Odysses, trans, by Geo. 
Chapman, engraved title (repaired), 1614, together 2 vol., 
first complete ed., cf. ex., by Sangorski and Sutcliffe 
(i6ii)-i6i4, folio (236), Dec. 17, Sotheby Dobell, £^ 

[Two extra leaves of dedicatory sonnets which are 
occasionally found are wanting in this copy.] 

Homer. Iliads (XXIV. Bookes), never before in any language 
truly translated, with a coment upon some of his chief e 
places ; done according to the Greek by Geo. Chapman, 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [hom 

engraved title by Wm. Hole, Printed for Nathan iell 
Butter, n.d. {c. 161 1) — Homer's Odysses, trans, according 
to Ye Greeke by Geo. Chapman (Books I. -XI I.), engraved 
title, R. Field for Nathaniell Ihitter. n.d. (c. 1614), in i vol.,. 
orig. cf., gt. ornament, plain edges (a few wormholcs), 
sm. folio (1063), July 22, Sotheby Pickerine^, ;^ii 

[First ed. of the complete Iliad in English and of any 
part of the Odyssey.] 

Homer. Iliads (and The Odysses), trans, by Geo: Chapman, 
engraved title (wanted title for the Odysses, a few leaves 
stained), cf., g.e. (rubbed), Nathaniell Butter, c. 1616, 
folio (449), Aug. 7, Sotheby James, £b 5s. 

Homer. Iliads, trans, by J. Ogilby, plates by Lombart, mor. 
gt., by Holloway (one marg. repaired), 1660, folio (1086), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Schumacker, £"] los. 

Homer. Iliads, trans, by Alex. Pope, first ed., port., map and 
plates, 6 vol. in 3, cf. gt., g.e., by Rividre, 1715-20, folio 
(1081), Dec. 17, Sotheby H alii day, £2 2S. 

Homer. Ilias, Latino Carmine reddita, Helio Eobano Hesso 

Interprete, ruled in red, Paris., Mart. Juvenas, 1550, thick 

i2mo. (16), April 8, Sotheby Parsons, £^ los. 6d. 

[XVI. century French cf. gt., in the Grolier manner, 

g.e., fairly well preserved. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Homer. Ilias (Grsecd), large paper, orig. veil. gt. (title 
written on), Paris, apiid Adr. Turnebum, 1554, 8vo. (264), 
June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £6 15s. 

Homer. Odyssea, Batrachomyomachia, Hymni XXXII. 
Graced, contemp. Venetian mor. gt., coat-of-arms in 
centres and initials M. G., Venetiis, apiid Joannem Far- 
reum &> fratres, 1542, cr. 8vo. (3283), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Davis & Orioli, £j 

Homer. Opera, Graced, ed. princeps, long lines, 39 to a page, 
preface of B. Nerlius in Latin (i page), mor. ex., sides 
elaborately tooled and gt., with borders of interlaced lines 
and designs, gt. back, inside borders of gt. dentelles, veil, 
linings and end-leaves, g.e., inscription in a contemp. 
hand, " Cuthebertus Londoniensis {sic) eps studiosis dono 
dedit " [Hain 8772, Proctor 6194], Florentiae labore et 
industria Demetrii Mediolanensis Cretensis siimptibus B. 
et N. Tanidis Nerilii . . . 1488, folio (3477), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £2g(> 

Homer. Opera, Graece, ed. princeps, old mor. ex., veil, fly- 
leaves, g.e., by F. Bozerian jeune, from Renouard's 
library [Hain 8772, Proctor 6194], Florent., B. and N. 
Nerlius, 9 December, 1488, folio (166), April 29, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £2^^ 

Homer. Opera, Graece, ed. princeps, small Greek characters, 
first leaf of second vol. from a shorter copy and inlaid, 
ornamental initials, in two styles, some in tempera of blue 
or red with cupids, nymphs and other classical subjects, 
others wath grounds of floral scrolls in various colours, 
2 vol. in I, modern mor. ex., antique Venetian style, g. 

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hom] Book-Prices Current. 

gauffered e., by Clarke and Bedford, Florentics, 1488, 
folio (263), June 10, Sotheby F. Sabin, £2^5 

Homer. [Works.] The Whole Works of Homer, Prince of 
Poets, trans, by Geo. Chapman, both parts, title by Hole, 
port, of Chapman on reverse (mended), memorial plate 
to Prince Henry (wanting, as is usual, the title to the 
Odyssey), mor. ex., g.e.. Printed for Nathaniel Butter, 
1616 ? sm. folio (2024), Nov. 22, Sotheby Dohell, £12 

^Homilies.] Certaine Sermons appoynted by the Queenes 
Majestic to be declared and readde by al Parsons, etc. 
[with the second tome of Homilies], black letter, woodcut 
titles and initials (first title defective, the second book 
wanted last leaf with colophon), 2 vol. in i, contem. 
English oak bds. and leather, stamped borders and arms 
of Topsfield of Frisingfield, Norfolk (rebacked). Imprinted 
by R. Jugge by Newgate Market, 1574, thick sm. 4to. 
(3280), Nov. 22, Sotheby Parsons, £g 

Honan (M. B.) The Andalusian Annual for 1837, col. plates, 
presentation copy, with inscription " To Mrs. Macrone 
from Michael Burke Honan " and seven holograph letters 
of the latter inserted, orig. embossed covers, g.e., 1836, 
4to. (3455), Feb. 25, Sotheby Richeton, £2 4s. 

Hone (W.) Ancient Mysteries Described, woodcuts, 1823 — 
Another ed., n.d. — Apocryphal New Testament, 1820, 
together 3 vol., mor., t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, 1820-23, ^vo. 
(762), Dec. 17, Sotheby Halliday, £1 i6s, 

Hone (W.) Every-Day Book, Table Book and Year Book, 
first ed., together 4 vol., woodcuts by G. Cruikshank, etc.. 
mor. gt., t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, 1839, 8vo, (764), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Edwards, £4 4s. 

Hood (Thos.) Miss Kilmansegg and her Precious Leg, a 
Golden Legend, first ed., large paper, 60 illustrations by 
T. S. Seccombe, engraved by F. Joubert, orig. cl. gt., g.e., 
1870, folio (203), Aug. 7, Sotheby Leonard, 12s. 

Hood (Robin). See Robin Hood 

Hooke (R.) Micrographia, or some Physiological Descrip- 
tions of Minute Bodies made by magnifying glasses, first 
ed., plates, old cf. (rebacked), 1665, folio (1002), Jan. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £2 2S. 

Hooker (Sir J. D.) Illustrations of Himalayan Plants, rol. 
plates, orig. bds., 1855, folio (168), April 29, Sotheby 

Wheldon, £4 

Hooker (Sir J. D.) Rhododendrons of Sikkim-Himalaya, col. 
plates, 1840, folio (260), July 29, Sotheby Quaritch, £1 los. 

Hooker (Richd.) Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity old cf. 
(rebacked), 1676, foho (1532), April 8, Sotheby Last £2 

Hooker (Thos., of Hartford, Conn.) Survey of the Summe of 
Church-Discipline, cf. ex., g.e., by Wallis, 1648, 4to. (47), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Latter, £^ 5s. 

Hooker (Thos., of Hartford, Conn.) The Soules Exaltation, 
" The Soules Benefit " has a separate title-page, mor. 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [hor 

ex., g.e., by Wallis, H. Haviland for A. Crooke, 1638, 4to, 
(46). Dec. 17, Sotheby H. SUvens. £4 

Hooker (Thos., of Hartford, Conn.) The Soules Vocation, by 
T. H., mor. ex., g.e., by Wallis, /. Haviland for A. Crooke. 
1638, 4to. (45), Dec. 17, Sotheby Latter, £2 5s. 

Hooker (Sir W. J.) and Greville (R. K.) Figures and Descrip- 
tions of Ferns, plates, 2 vol., mor. gt., g.e., arms of Earl 
FitzwiUiam, 1831, folio (169), April 29, Sotheby 

Wheldon, £^ los. 

Hooper (Bp. Jno.) Declaration of the ten holy commaunde- 
mentes of allmyghtye God, first ed., blacft letter (foreign 
type) (some leaves stained, old MS. notes), cf., panels of 
old English stamped cf. inlaid, r.e.. No colophon or imprint 
{preface dated 5. Novem., 1549), ZUrich, by Aug. Fries, 
1549, 8vo. (507), Feb. 20, Sotheby Dobell, £2 i6s. 

Hooton (Chas.) Jack Tench : or The Midshipman turned 
Idler, by " Blowhard," plates by Perch, hf. mor., t.e.g., 
1841, 8vo. (3375), Feb. 25, Sotheby Hulton, £2 15s. 

Hope (Thos.) Costume of the Ancients, plates, 2 vol., cf. ex., 
g.e., 1812, 4to. (206), July 22, Sotheby Atkinson, £1 14s. 

[Hopkins (Sam.)] Abridgment of Mr. Hopkins's Historical 
Memoirs, relating to the Housatunnuk, or Stockbridge 
Indians [Introduction by Benjamin Franklin], pp. iv. 
5-60 ; [also] Translation of a German Letter, Wrote by 
Conrad Weiser, Esq., Interpreter on Indian Affairs, for 
the Province of Pennsylvania, pp. 7, stitched (writing on 
title, outer margins repaired), Philadelphia, Printed and 
Sold by B. Franklin, and D. Hall, 1757, 8vo. (413), Nov. 
19, American Art Association $400 

Horae B.V.M. ad usum Sarum, cum Calendario. " Hore pre- 
sentes ad Usum Sarum impresse fuerunt Parisius per 
Phillipu Pigouchet Anno Salutis m.cccc.xcviii. die vero 
XVI. Mai pro Symone Vostre," etc., lit. QOtfj- (batardes), 
long lines, 26 to a full page, printed upon veil., woodcut 
borders, Pigouchet's device on title, full-page and smaller 
cuts, initials illuminated (title soiled, text on last leaf 
obliterated, d 8 damaged, wanted 9 leaves, not subject 
to return), old cf. (from the Ashbumham library), [colo- 
phon, illegible] [Paris, P. Pigouchet pro S. Vostre, 1498 ; 
Almanack, 1488-1508], 8vo. (3288), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £8 5s. 

Horae B.V.M. , cum Calendario, MS. veil., gothic and roman 
letter, 2 full-page miniatures, numerous illuminated 
borders, at the beginning is a coat-of-arms unfinished, 
mor., g.e., i2mo. — Hore B.V.M. ad usum Parisiesem, 
printed on veil., with printer's device on first page and 
II full-page woodcuts, finely illuminated, i8th cent, 
mor. ex., g.e., Impressum Parisius . . . Udalrici Gering et 
B. Renbolt, 1502, sm. 8vo. (167-168), Nov. 26, Christie 

Bankes, ;^i36 los. 

Horae B.V.Mr scd'm verum usum Romanum (Almanach pour 
1 497- 1 520), roman letter, in red and black, printed on 

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hor] Book-Prices Current. 

veil., within borders, astrological man, printer's device on 
title and 12 full-page woodcuts (wanting 6 leaves, each 
with a woodcut), old cf. (repaired), in case, Impsoil Parisiis 
1505, XI. kal. Mail, opera Thielmdni Keruer, 8vo. (360), 
March 18, Christie Quaritch, £11 

Horae B.V.M. secundum usum Romanum, printed on veil., 108 
leaves, lettres batardes, long lines, 29 to a page, text 
within woodcut borders, 15 full-page woodcuts, Hardouin's 
device on title, anatomical man on verso, 29 woodcuts of 
evangelists, etc., old velvet, g.e., with clasps (one defec- 
tive), [at end :] Cefi presentes heures . . . furent achevees le 
premier iour de Octohre Ian mil cinq cens et cinq. Par 
Guillaume Anahat, Imprimeur demourant a Paris . . . pour 
Germain Hardoiiin (1505), 8vo. (8|-in. by 5fin.) (266), 
June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £^6 

[The woodcuts, Hardouin's device and the anatomical 
man illuminated in gold and colours, the borders un- 
touched. Initial letters painted in gold.] 

Horae B.V.M. secundum usum Romanum (cum Kalendario), 
printed on veil., 96 leaves (4^ by 2|^in.), roman letter, 
15 woodcuts painted in gold and col., with gt. borders, 
to represent miniatures (the first rubbed), initial letters 
painted in gold, several letters on title (rubbed and re- 
stored in ink), old velvet, Paris, par Germain Hardouyn, 
n.d. (c .1510), 8vo. (223), Dec. 17, Sotheby Dobell, £6 los. 

Horae B.V.M. secundum vsum Romanum, printed on veil., 
contains 99 leaves only (6fin. by 3fin.), roman letter, 16 
full-page woodcuts, 33 smaller cuts in the text, all painted 
in gold and colours, numerous small painted initials, con- 
temp, velvet, g. gauffered e., Parisiis noviter impressum 
opera Egidii Hardouyn . . .pro Germano Hardouyn . . . 
n.d. [Almanac for 1510-30], 8vo. (267), June 10, Sotheby 

Edwards, £2^ 

Horae B.V.M. secundum usum Romanum, printed upon veil., 
within woodcut borders of Biblical subjects, 16 large 
woodcuts within borders, besides illustrated title-page 
and printer's large device on reverse of last leaf (a few 
small defects in title, a 2, c i and last leaf, a small portion 
of the printing rubbed from f 5 and a few leaves cut into), 
old bds., veil, back, Paris, Egidu Hardouyn et Germani 
Hardouyn, n.d. {Almanac, 1511-1530), 8vo. (551), July 
29, Sotheby Withers, £11 5s, 

[The woodcuts are uncoloured. A rare ed., apparently 
unknown to Brunet and other bibliographers. Didot had 
a similar ed. printed by the Hardouyns ; for description 
see Brunet, Vol. v. (column 1635, No. 237), but the 
Calendar in that is described as 1513-1530.] 

Horae B.V.M. secundum usum Sarum (una cum Calendario), 
lit. flOtl^., long lines (very imperfect, wanting title and 65 
leaves, 9 defective, not subject to return), under cover 
(only) of a contemp. royal binding (Henry VIII.) of oak 
bds. and leather, with two stamped panels of royal arms 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. (hor 

and Tudor rose, binder's initials T. L. (worn) [see Weale, 
No. 170], Parisiis impresse impensis Francisci byrckman, 
anno 1514, sm. 4to. (3290), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch. £-j 15s. 

Horae B.V.M. ad usum Romanum, " Ces presenles heiires a 
lusaige de Romme toutes au long sans reqrir . . , ont este 
faictee a Paris pour Symo Vostre libraire, (it. flutl}., text 
within borders, large device with two leopards of Simon 
Vostre on first leaf, 17 full-page woodcuts (one col.), also 
the anatomical man, smaller woodcuts in text, old hf. cf., 
Paris, pour Symon Vostre, n.d. [Calendar 1515-30], (23), 
June 3, Sotheby Barnard, ;^io los. 

Horaj B.V.M. secundu usum Sarum [cum Kalendario], (it. 
gott)., long lines, 29 to a page, 120 leaves, with engraved 
borders to every page, and 20 woodcuts (including title 
and the anatomical man), almanack for seventeen years, 
beginning with 1520, mor. ex., g.e., by Wallis, Parisiis opa 
ac arte Nicolai Hygmd. Impensis honesti viri Symonis 
vostre, 1520, 4to. (132), Dec. 17, Sotheby Ellis, ;^ii6 

[Fine copy, including the rare " Rosarium Beate 
Marie " (8 leaves) at the end. In addition to the 18 
large wood engravings, there are a large number of small 
ones, including 87 illustrating " The Dance of Death," 
and 60 illustrating the Rosary of the Blessed Virgin. 
Only one other copy (with the " Rosarium ") is recorded.] 

Horae B.V.M. Secundum Ritum insignis Ecclesiae Sarum 
(cum Calendario), lit- flOt^. magna, long lines, 26 to a full 
page, woodcuts (some English rubrics of Papal indul- 
gences and the Popes' names in calendar obliterated), 
numbered folios clxxxv. (wanted title), Anno 1524 die 
XIX. Aiigusti, s. I. et nom. impressoris — Psalterium cum 
Antiphonis dominicalibus et ferialibus suis locis insertis 
una cum Hymnis Ecclesie Sarum et Eboracensis deser- 
vientibus, lit. gott)., red and black, plain chant, woodcut 
initials [Psalms contain folios cxlviii., with cut of David 
and Bathsheba on reverse of last leaf (wanted title, leaf 
of " Laude Psalmorum " torn), hymns contain folios 
xxxiiii. and two pages of table], Impressum Parisiis ex- 
pensis et sumptibus Francisci Burckmann, 1522, vii. 
Junii, in i vol., contemp. English (York ?) oak bds. and 
leather, with small stamps (worn), not subject to rieturn 
(from the Ashburnham library), sm. 4to. (3289), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Myers, £^$ 

Horae B.V.M. secundum ritum ac cosuetudinem insignis ec- 
clesie Romane, printed on veil., Almanack commencing 
1524, 14 woodcuts, illuminated in gold and colours as 
miniatures, old French mor., g.e., Impresse Parisius . . 
Germani Hardouyn (1524), i6mo. (467), April 29, Sotheby 

B. F. Stevens, £6 los. 

Horae. B.V.M. ad Usum Ecclesie Sarisburiensis (cum Calen- 
dario), litT flotf). magna, long lines, 26 to a full page (con- 
tains 21 prel. leaves, ccvi. numbered leaves, tabula 4 

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hor] Book-Prices Current. 

leaves, title with large cut on reverse mended and inlaid, 
wanted part of i 4, ni, 2, r8 and s 5, some offices and 
the word " Pope " partly erased, sold not subject to 
return), woodcuts, modern mor., [colophon] . . Impresse 
Pavisiis in aedibus Francisci Regnault . . Anno domini 
millesimo quingentesimo trigesimo, die ultima Aprilis {with 
device) [1530], sm, 4to, (3292), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £g 15s. 

Horae B.V.M. Secundum usum Romanum, lettres batardes, 
printed on veil., woodcut borders, astrological man (Al- 
manach 1532-45), 16 oval woodcuts of scenes in the life 
of Christ and the Virgin (without borders), small cuts of 
saints, the small ornamental initials illuminated, contemp. 
Lyonnese cf., richly gt., g.e. . . Imprimees d Paris par G. 
Hardouyn demourant entre les deux partes de Paris d len- 
seigne de Saincte Marguerite [c. 1532], 8vo. (358), March 
18, Christie Edwards, ^58 

[Collation : A-08. A different ed. from that described 
in Lot 359 — next entry.] 

Horae B.V.M. secundum usum Romanum, gotf)tf letter, 26 lines, 
printed on veil, within borders, astrological man, numerous 
three-quarter-page woodcuts, small cuts of saints, etc., 
rubricated (Almanach pour 14 ans commen9ant en 1532), 
contemp. Lyonnese cf., Imprimees a Paris Par Germain 

Hardouyn Imprimeur z Libraire demourant entre 

les deux portes du Palais a senseigne de Saincte Marguerite 
[c. 1532], 8vo. (359), March 18, Christie Tregaskis, ^45 

[Collation • a-n 8. One O! two of the cuts soiled. Illus- 
tration in catalogue.] 

Horae B.V.M. ad usum fratrum predicatorum, lit. gotf)-, printed 
in red and black, several full-page woodcuts, including 
Kerver's device on last page, text within borders (one or 
two signatures cut into and a few top margins cropped 
and restored), modern cf. ex., g.e., by Lloyd, [colophon] 
Parisiis, ex edibus Vidue spectabilisviri Thielmanni, 
keruer, in vico diui Jacobi sub signo unicornis, 1547, ^"^O- 
(826), July 22, Sotheby Tregaskis, ;^ii 

Horse B.V.M. ad usum Romanum, ruled in red, printed in 
red and black, within borders, by Geoffrey Tory, 14 full- 
page woodcuts, modern mor. gt., g.e., Parisiis, ex ojjicina 
Reginaldi Calderii et Claudii eius filii, 1549, 4to. (121), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Tregaskis, £49 

Horae B.V.M. ad Usum Parisiensem. got^ic letter, long hues of 
27 to a full page, full-page woodcuts and smaller ones of 
the Dance of Death, etc., with " Nielli " in the lower mar- 
gins, new mor., g.e., " Ces presentes Heures a liusage de 
Paris tout au log sds reqrir, Imprimees par Gillet Har- 
douyn," s.d., 8vo. (361), March 18, Christie £12 los. 
[Imperfect. Wanting the calendar and several inter- 
mediate leaves, 103 leaves only, commencing on aa 2.] 

Horae B.V.M. See also Heures 

Horatius. Carmina et Epodon liber cum commentariis Ac- 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [hor 

ronis et Porphyrionis, roman letter, initials painted, a few 
MS. marginal notes, mor. gt., g.e. [Hain 8890. Proctor 
3559I, Absque ulla nota \Rome, Barth. Guldinbeck, c. 
1475], folio (281), June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £iG 

Horatius. Carmina, studio et opera N. S. Sanadonis, French 
mor. gt., arms of the Dauphin, son of King Louis XV., 
in centre of covers, scroll borders of dolphins and crowns, 
doublure, silk end-leaves, g.e., by Padeloup, Ltitetiae 
Parisiorum, 1728, sm. Svo. (75), June 10, Sotheby 

B. F. Stevens, £^^0 

Horatius. Carmina recensuit Georgius Wade, large paper, 
contemp. English mor. gt., sides elaborately tooled to a 
" cottage " pattern, g.e., Typis Gul. Bowyer, 1731, sm. 
4to. (282), June 10, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 3s. 

Horatius. De Arte Poetica, QOtf)k letter, 18 lines to a page, 
cut on title, few contemp. MS. notes, old cf., with the 
Sunderland arms, Impensis Petri Os de Breda [Zwolle, c. 
1495], sm. 4to. (223), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £^^ 

[First recorded by Copinger (3154) from this copy. 
Probably unique. Collation: a6, B4, c6=i6 leaves, un- 
numbered.] 

Horatius. [De Arte Poetica.] Poetarum Institutiones ad 
Pisones ; Carmen Seculare, 16 leaves, got^tc characters, 
long lines, 18 to a page, with signatures, below title is a 
large woodcut containing three heraldic shields, mor. ex., 
g.e., by Clarke and Bedford, fine copy, Inipressum Cracovie 
[without printer's name], 1505, 4to. (283), June 10, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £20 

Horatius. [Odae.] Traduction libre des Odes d'Horace en vers 
fran^ois (par Deloyne d'Autroche), 2 vol., contemp. 
French mor. gt., g.e., Orleans, 1789, 8vo. (295), June 10, 
Sotheby Tregaskis, £Q> 15s. 

Horatius. Opera [begins, in gold letters] " Quinti Oratii 
Flacci Venusini liber primus Carminum incipit et prima 
haec Oda ad Mecaenatem." mor. ex., elaborately tooled 
in the Grolier manner, g.e., by F. Bedford (from the Huth 
collection, ;^240 in 1913), Scbc. xv., sm. folio (362), March 
18, Christie Quaritch, ;^303 

[Manuscript on veil., of Italian execution. The first 
page has illuminated border, an initial miniature of the 
poet and a coat-of-arms at the bottom. Several illumin- 
ated initials, others painted. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Horatius. Opera, roman letter, 124 leaves, first initial painted, 
(some letters rubbed or missed in printing and written 
over in ink), mor. gt., g.e., by Bozerian jeune [Hain 8867, 
Proctor 5888], Absque ulla nota {Milan, printer of Servius), 
Sere. XV , folio (268), June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £2^ 

Horatius. Opera, cum commentario Acronis, 2 vol., roman 
letter, MS. notes in Vol. i., old cf. (Vol. i.) and orig. oak 
bds. [Hain-Copinger 8876], Per Antonium Zarothum par 
mensem Mediolani impressa, 1474, 4to. (269), June 10, 
Sotheby Maggs, £17 

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Horatius. Opera, reman letter, painted initials (signatures 
cut into in some cases, some leaves damp-stained), old 
English mor. gt., g.e. [Hain-Copinger 8870, Proctor 5847], 
Impessum est opa 6- impensis Philippi de Lauagna Ciuis 
mediolanensis, 1476, sm. folio (270), June 10, Sotheby 

G. D. Smith, £1-^ 

Horatius. Opera omnia, cum comment. Porphyrionis et 
Acronis, roman letter, 52-53 lines to a full page, 184 
leaves (margins of two leaves defective, a few leaves 
stained and some lines scored) [Hain 8878, Proctor 4751], 
veil, gt., g.e., Absque ulla nota [Venet., Michele Monzolo, 
1481], 4to. (192), Aug. 7, Sotheby ^(^ggs> £7 

Horatius. Opera, cum comment. Christophori I.andini, first 
ed. of Horace with this Commentary, hf. binding (prel. 
leaves loose), Impressum per Antonium Miscominum 
Florentiae . . . 1482, sm. folio (363), March 18, Christie 

Tregaskis, £1^ los. 

Horatius. Opera, roman letter, 3 columns to a page, large 
woodcut on title and numerous other woodcuts, bds., 
Argentina, opera <§* Ipensis . . . lohdnis Reinhardi cog- 
nometo Gurninger . . . 1498, sm. folio (221), Dec. 10, 
Christie Quaritch, £2.0 

[First illustrated ed. and the first ed. printed in Ger- 
many. Hain *8898, Proctor 485. Collation: prel. 6-f- 
i.-ccvii.+ i blank (missing) -h 6 (table); ;^36, bds., gt. 
(repaired), March 18, Christie, Lot 862.] 

Horatius. Opera, first Aldine ed., italic letter, port, of Horace 
inserted, French mor. gt., doublures, end-leaves of watered 
silk, g.e., by Bradel I'aine, successor to Derome le Jeune, 
with his ticket, Venetiis, apud Aldum Romanum mense 
Maio, 1501, 8vo. (271), June 10, Sotheby Quaritch, £^g 
[£13, mor. gt., g.e., same sale, Lot 272.] 

Horatius. Opera cum commentariis, Mattha>i Bonfinis et 
Aldi Manutii, old mor. gt.,,g.e., Venundantur Parhisiis in 
via Jacobea ah ipso Ascensio (1519), folio (273), June 10, 
Sotheby Edwards, £6 5s. 

Horatius. Opera, italic letter, mor. ex., Venetiis, apud Paulum 
Manutium, Aldi F., 1555, 8vo. (296), June 10. Sotheby 

Maggs,£i 5s. 

Horatius. Opera. M. Antonii Mureti in eundem Annota- 
tiones, Aldi Manutii de metris Horatianis, ejusdem anno- 
tationes in Horatium, italic letter, old English mor. gt., 
g.e., Venetiis apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi F., 1555, sm. 
8vo. (171), April 29, Sotheby Quaritch, £5 15s. 

Horatius. Opera, italic letter, woodcut initials, old English 
mor. gt., Venetiis, 1561, 8vo. (297), June 10, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £2 

Horatius. Opere, commentate da Giovanni Fabrini da Fig- 
hine in lingua volgare Toscana, xviiith cent. French mor. 
gt., arms of Charles, Comte d'Hoym, and his crest on 
back, g.e., Venetia, appresso gli Heredi di Marchio Sessa, 
1587, 4to. (274), June 10, Sotheby James, £2$ 

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Horatius. Opera cum erudito 1^. Torrentii Commentario, 
item P. Nannii AJcmariani in Artem Poeticam, sheep gt., 
arms of Pierre (irassin, Seigneur d'Albon-sur-Seine, g.e., 
Antverpiae, ex officina Plantiniana, 1608, folio {275). June 
10, Sotheby Tregaskis, £^ 5s. 

Horatius. Opera cum commentariis et enarrationibus J. C. 
Messenii, contemp. Spanish cf. tooled and gt. " k la fan- 
fare," coat-of-arms in centre, silk ties, g.e., Antwerp, ex 
ojfficina Plantiniana, Raphelengi, 161 1, folio (276), June 
10, Sotheby Maggs, £y 

Horatius. Opera, contemp. French mor. ex., covered with 
fieurs-de-lis, arms in centre of Collegium Grassinaeum, 
g.e. (title repaired and leaves browned), Antwerp, ex. off. 
Plantiniana Raphelengii, 161 1, 4to. (222), Dec. 10, Christie 

Maggs, £g los. 

Horatius. Opera, aeneis tabulis incidit Johannes Pine, en- 
graved throughout, plates and vignettes, " Potest " or 
S2cond issue, 2 vol., old cf. gt., 1733-7, 8vo. (172), April 2(), 
Sotheby Lardaunhet, £8 

[£^ los., mor. ex., " Post-est " or first issue, March 25, 
Sotheby, Lot 353.] 

Horatius. Opera, aeneis tabulis incidit Johannes Pine, first 
issue, with " post est " in vignette on p. 108, Vol. ii., 
engraved throughout, front, and vignettes, 2 vol., contemp. 
mor. gt., line borders, corner ornaments, g.e., fine copy, 
1733-7, 8vo. (277), June 10, Sotheby Bumpus, £1^ los. 
[;^22, contemp. mor. gt., first issue, same sale, Lot 
278 ; £2^ los., old mor., richly tooled, second issue, same 
sale. Lot 279.] 

Horatius. Opera, aeneis tabulis incidit Johannes Pine, with 
" potest " on vignette on p. 108, Vol. ii., engraved through- 
out, vignette and other engravings, 2 vol., old veil., 1733-7, 
8vo. (208), July 22, Sotheby Hill, £^ 6s. 

Horatius. Opera, plates by H. Gravelot (a few leaves foxed), 
cf., y.e. (broken), Birmingham, J. Baskerville, 1770, 4to. 
(406), Aug. 7, Sotheby Bain, £$ 

Horatius. Opera, recensuit et notulis instruxit G. Wakefield, 
LARGE PAPER, platcs. 2 vol., old mor. ex., Impensis Kears- 
ley. 1794, 8vo. (280), June 10, Sotheby Bain, £1 los. 

Horatius. Poemata, italic letter, above the title an orna- 
ment in col. containing a coat-of-arms emblazoned, mor. 
gt., corner ornaments of leaves and dots, g.e., by Roger 
Payne (illustration of binding in catalogue), Venetiis, 
apud Aldum Romanum, mense Martio, 1509, 8vo. (284), 
June 10, Sotheby Tregaskis, £66 

Horatius. Poemata, italic letter, title in red (cut round and 
inlaid, last leaf torn and mended), mor. ex., g.e., Lugduni, 
sumptibiis Bartholomei trot., 1518, sm. 8vo. (285), June 10, 
Sotheby Maggs, £1 los. 

Horatius. Poejnata, italic letter, old mor. gt., with auto- 
graph signature. " J. A. Th." {i.e., J. A. Thuanus) on 

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title, Venetiis, in cedibus Aldi et Andreae Soceri, mense 
Novembri, 1519, 8vo. (286) June 10, Sotheby Dobell, £^ 
Horatius. Poemata, printed from the Aldine ed, of 1519, 
italic letter, cf. ex., Aldine device blind stamped in centre 
of covers, g.e.. Without place or date [? Venice, Gregorio 
de Gregoriis], sm. Svo. (288), June 10, Sotheby 

M(^ggs,£3 15s. 

Horatius. Poemata, italic letter, the Aldine device on title 
and at end, painted over in gold and colours, on the first 
page of the work is painted in col. a three-quarter figure 
of a man holding a staff, which supports an initial M in 
gold, contemp. Lyonese mor. gt., g.e., Venetiis in cedibus 
Aldi et Andreae Soceri, mense Septembri, 1527, 8vo. (289), 
June 10, Sotheby Edwards, £11 

Horatius. [Poemata], printed from the Aldine ed. of 15 19, 
italic letter, mor. ex., corner ornaments, g.e., Friburgi 
BrisgoicB, excudebat Johannes Faber Ernmeus luliacensis, 
1536, sm. Svo. (287), June 10, Sotheby Maggs, £1 15s. 

Horatius. Poemata, Lutetiae, ex officina Michaelis Vascosani, 
1553 — Epodon Liber, ib., 1545 — Epistolarum libri II., 
Apud Vascosanum, 155 1 — Sermonum seu Satyrarum libri 
II., ib., 1551 — De Arte Poetica liber ad Pisones, ib., 1551, 
in I vol., old English mor. gt., g.e., 1545-53, 4to. (290), 
June 10, Sotheby Sutton, £6 

Horatius. Poemata, a Joanne Bond illustrata, mor. gt., g.e. 
(Roger Payne), Impensis Johannis Bill, 1620, Svo. (291), 
June 10, Sotheby Sutton, £^ 

Horatius. Poemata, scholiis sive annotationibus a Johanne 
Bond illustrata, engraved title, contemp. cf. gt., Mnth 
coat-of-arms, the name " Theodorus Hardensten " 
stamped on upper cover, with date " Anno 1632 " on 
lower cover, silk ties, g.e., Amstelodami , apud J. Jan- 
sonium, 1628, Svo. (292), June 10, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £11 los. 

Horatius. Poemata, scholiis sive annotationibus commentarii 
illustrata a J. Bond, mor. gt , tooled " au pointille," silk 
end-leaves, uncut, and many leaves unopened, Am- 
stelodami, apud Danielem Elzevirium, 1676, i2mo. (293), 
June 10, Sotheby James, £8 5s. 

Horatius. Poemata, vignette on titles, 2 vol., old mor. gt., 
g.e. (Roger Payne), Apud Vaillant et Prevost, 1721. Svo. 
(294), June 10, Sotheby Bain, £1 7s. 6d. 

[Hormannus (Guil.)] Dialogus lingue et Ventris, lit. got^. (two 
types), with marginal notes, long lines, 35 to a full page, 
6 leaves, sign. a. with initials 51131. Vk. on reverse of last leaf, 
new mor.. Absque nota " f[ Felix finis 5133. ?^." {printed by 
Richard Pynson before 1494], sm. 4to. (3297), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £86 

[Hitherto unknown grammatical piece, probably by 
William Hormann, the grammarian, and antagonist of 
Rob. Whitinton, probably unique.] 

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Home (H. P.) Sandro Botticelli, painter, of Florence, 40 repro- 
ductions from the originals, with Appendixes containing 
the 1550 and 1568 eds. of Vasari's Life of Botticelli, and 
a Bibliography of the Original Documents, etc. (limited 
to 225 numbered copies), bds., linen back, Chiswick Press, 
1908, folio (637), Nov. 28, Hodgson £6 15s. 

Horozco y Covarruvias (Juan). Emblemas Morales, primera 
ed., woodcuts of emblems, orig. Spanish cf., blind stamped 
ornaments and the sacred monogram and crowned M in 
centres (Ashburnham copy, £1 15s. in 1897), En Segovia 
por Juan de la Cuesta, 1589, sm. 4to. (3298), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Maggs, £i:\ 

Horsfield (T. W.) History of Sussex, plates, 2 vol., hf. roan, 
subscriber's copy, 1835, 4to. (515), Jan. 23, Puttick 

Rolls, £^ 

Horsfield (Thos.) Planta Javanicae Rariores, col. plates, orig. 
cl., 1838-52, folio (174), April 29, Sotheby Wheldon, ^5 5s. 

Horsley (J.) Britannia Romana, upwards of 100 plates, russ. 
gt., g.e., by Clarke, 1732, folio (1088), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Quart tch, £^ 3s. 

[Horsmanden (Daniel.)] Journal of the Proceedings In the 
Detection of the Conspiracy Formed by some White 
People, in conjunction with Negro and other Slaves, for 
burning the City of New- York, etc., orig. cf. (broken), 
Printed at New-York : London, Reprinted . . . 1747, 8vo. 
(415), Nov. 19, American Art Association |ioo 

Hortulus anime denuo diligentissime per prestatissimos viros 
et dfios doctorem Brant et mgr'm lacobu Wympffelin, 
got^ic letter, in red and black, 25 lines to a page, small 
cuts, cf., Impressum Argentine per J oh' em Wehinger, 
1503, i2mo. (224), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £^ 5s. 

[Several missing leaves supplied in MS. Other leaves 
of MS. are additions. Slips of MS. are also pasted over 
the print in a few cases. Proctor 10162. Collation : 
prel. 20, a-z, a-e8 = 244 leaves.] 

Hortulus Anime cum alijs qoplurimis orationibus pristine 
impressioni superadditis, etc., got^ic letter, 25 lines to a 
page, ornamental borders, woodcuts by H. Springinklee, 
Erhard Schon, etc., mor. ex., g.e., Lyon, Jo. Clein for Jo. 
Koberger of Nurnherg, 15 Mar., 1516, sm. 8vo. (225), Dec. 
10, Christie Quaritch, £1^ los. 

[First ed. with these illustrations. Collation : 20 un- 
numbered -H ccx. -i- 10 unnumbered, the last leaf (? blank) 
missing.] 

Hortulus precationum, dat is het Hofken der Bedinghen . . . 
door F. Petrum Bucherium, lit. flotl)-, woodcut borders, 
Gheprent tot Loven, bii Jan Bogaerts, 1566, sm. 4to. (144), 
April 8, Sotheby Edwards, ;^io los. 

[XVn. century English cf. gt., stamped gt. corner and 
centre ornaments, g.e., orig. silk ties (Lyonnese style). 
The front ily-leaf with inscription.] 

[H]Ortus Sanitatis, QOtf)ic letter, double columns of 47 lines, 

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title, with cut on verso (in fac), 6 other full-page cuts and 
over looo cuts of plants, etc., painted initials, veil, gt., 
g.e., by Hering (Ashburnham copy, £2.\ in 1897), Mainz, 
Jac. Meydenbach, 23 June, 1491, thick sm. folio (206), 
Dec. 10, Christie Ouaritch, £^1 

[Hain *8944, Proctor 160. Collation: a-c8, d6-z8, 
a6-m8 (6 and 8 alternately), n8-z8 (6 and 8), z8, aa6-ii6 
(6 and 8), kk, 116 (i., ii., iii., iiii.) 8 (v., vi., vii.), 6, a8, b-e6 
(last blank, missing) = 454 leaves. Illustration in cata- 
logue.] 

[H]Ortus Sanitatis, got()ic letter, double columns of 55 lines, 
woodcuts and large ornamental initials, old hf. binding, 
uncut at bottom, last 2 leaves repaired, [s.n., Strassburg, 
J. Priiss, c. 1507], sm. folio (207), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £1^ 
[These are three undated editions in Latin, very difficult 
to distinguish. Hain 8943, Proctor ? 1448. Collation : 
360 leaves, unnumbered.] 

tH]Ortus Sanitatis, QOt^ic letter, double columns of 57 lines (on 
a2), title within border, over 1,000 woodcuts in the text, 
old veil. (Ashburnham copy, ;^20 in 1897) L^-^- ^^ ^yp-i 
Strassburg, Reinhard Beck], 15 17, sm. folio (208), Dec. 10, 
Christie • Quaritch, ;^33 

[Possibly the second Latin ed. with a date, that is, 
printed in Germany ; the 3rd, if the 151 1 ed. of Venice is 
reckoned with. Proctor 103 10. Collation : 356 leaves, 
unnumbered.] 

Hotten (J. C.) Original Lists of Persons of Quality, Emi- 
grants, etc. who went to America, 1600- 1700, ed. by J. C. 
Hotten, orig. cl., 1874, sm. 4to. (688), Oct. 24, Hodgson 

Hill, £2. IS. 

Hotten (J. C.) Original Lists of Persons of Quality, Emi- 
grants, etc. who went from Great Britain to the American 
Plantations, 1600-1700, New York, 1874, 8vo. (141), Jan. 
22, Sotheby Maggs, £2 5s. 

[$15, hf. cf., t.e g., uncut, American Art Association, 
March 5, Lot 117.] 

Houbraken (J. A.) and Vertue (G.) Heads of Illustrious Per- 
sons of Great Britain, with their Lives, by T. Birch, ports., 
old hf. sheep, uncut, 1743, folio (176), April 29, Sotheby 

Spencer, £g 

Houbraken (J. A.) and Vertue (G.) Heads of Illustrious 
Persons of Great Britain, with their Lives, by T. Birch, 
large paper, plates, 2 vol., old russ. gt., g.e., 1743-51, 
foho (209), July 22, Sotheby Spencer, £S los. 

Houbraken (J. A.) and Vertue (G.) Heads of Illustrious 
Persons of Great Britain, v/ith their Lives, by T. Birch, 
large paper, 108 ports., cf. (damaged), 1756, folio (290), 
Aug. 7, Sotheby Spencer, ,^13 

Houbraken (J. A.) and Vertue (G.) Heads of Illustrious 
Persons of Great Britain, with their Lives, by T. Birch, 

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108 ports., russ. gt. (a few stains and one leaf torn), 18 13, 

folio (1087), Oct. 23, Sotheby Spencer, £2 15s. 

[£2 15s., hf. roan (rubbed), July 29, Sotheby, Lot 475.] 

Houghton (Lord). Monographs : Personal and Social (Landor, 
Agnes and Mary Berry, Sydney Smith, etc.), ports., extra 
illustrated with over 50 ports, and a few autograph 
letters, cf. ex., t.e.g. 1873 (112), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Dobell, £2 14s 

Howard (Hon. E.) The British Princes, an Heroick Poem, 
first ed., old cf., with the errata leaf (O 4), 1669, 8vo. (56), 
Jan. 23, Puttick Dobell, £1 

Howard (H. E.) The British Warblers, col. plates by Henrik 
Gronvold, 2 vol. in 9 parts, including the * part, bds., as 
issued, 1907-15, roy. 8vo. (559). Nov. 28, Hodgson 

Wheldon, £/[ los. 

Howard (Henry, Earl of Northampton). Defensative against 
the Poyson of Supposed Prophecies, first ed. (some mar- 
gins wormed), old cf. gt., Jolley ex-libris, Printed by John 
Charlewood printer to the right Honourable Earle of Arun- 
dell, 1583, sm. 4to. (3300), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £1^ 

Howard (J. J.) and Burke (H. F.) Genealogical Collections 
illustrating the History of Roman Catholic Families of 
England, 4 parts, facs., bds. as issued. Privately printed, 
1887, folio (344), July 29, Sotheby Harding, £-^ los. 

Howard (J. J.) and Crisp (F. A.) Visitation of England and 
Wales, 500 copies printed, coats-of-arms, facs. auto- 
graphs. Vol. i.-xi., to which is added : Visitation of Eng- 
land and Wales, Notes, Vol. i.-v., 80 copies of Vol. i., 
100 copies of Vol. ii.-iii. and 150 copies of Vol. iv.-v. 
printed, coats-of-arms, fac. autographs, together 16 vol., 
hf. veil.. Privately printed, 1893-1903, folio (345), July 29, 
Sotheby Thorp, £^ 

Howard (Jno.) Account of the Principal Lazarettos in 
Europe, port, inserted, plates and plans, old hf. cf., auto- 
graph letter of the author inserted, Warrington, 1789, 4to. 
(1619), Nov. 5, Sotheby Osier, £1 5s. 

Howard (Sir R.) Poems, first ed. (a few headlines and side- 
notes cut into), sheep, 1660. sm. 8vo. (141 1), April 8, 
Sotheby Tregaskis, £1 12s. 

Howell (Jas.) Dendrologia, Dodona's Grove or the Vocall 
Forrest. 3 full-page engravings of trees, orig. cf., fine copy, 
1640, sm. folio (177), April 29, Sotheby Bain, £6 15s. 

Howell (Jas.) Epistolae Ho-Elianae, Familiar Letters, Domestic 
and Forren, first ed., engraved front, containing a port, of 
the author (repaired), old cf. gt., Humphrey Moseley, 
1645, 4to. (123), Dec. 17, Sotheby Brightman, ^3 los. 

Howell (Jas.) LondinopoHs : an Historicall Discourse, or 
Perlustration of the City of London, first ed., port, of the 
author and folding view of London, cf., 1657, folio (405), 
Nov. 28, Hodgson Walker, £2 

Howell (T. B.) and Cobbett (W.) Complete Collection of State 

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Trials, Index, by D. Jardine, 34 vol., hf. russ. (injured), 
1816-28, 8vo. (1196), Nov. 5, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 12s. 

Hewlett (Robt.) School of Recreation ; or a Guide to the most 
Ingenious Exercises, engraved title in six compartments 
(pencilled) (a few head-lines shaved), orig. sheep, H. 
Rhodes, 1696, i2mo. (520), Aug, 7, Sotheby 

Pickering, £2 19s. 

Howorth (H. H.) History of the Mongols, 2 maps, 4 vol., 
orig. cl., 1876-88, 8vo. (175), March 4, Christie 

Murray wood, ;^io 

Hrosvita. Opera Hrosvite illustris Virginis et Monialis Ger- 
mane Gente Saxonica Orte nvper a Conrado Celte inventa, 
roman letter, 44 lines to a page, 8 full-page woodcuts (the 
first two by Diirer, the others being attributed to Traut), 
initials painted, mor. ex., g.e. (Ashburnham copy, £14 15s. 
in 1897), Impressum Nonmhergae Sub priuilegio sodalitis 
Celticae a senatu rhomani Imperii impetrartae [? F. Peypus], 
1 501, folio (226), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £^z 

[Ed. princeps. Collation: aio, b-k8 = 82 leaves, un- 
numbered. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Hubbard (W.) Present State of New-England, old cf. (with 
the " Licensed " leaf, but wanting the map and three 
wormholes in the lower margins throughout), T. Park- 
hurst, 1677, sm. 4to. (208), Dec. 6, Hodgson Quaritch, £\'] 

Hubrigh (Joakim). Almanacke and Prognostication, for the 
yeare 1565, blarit letter, 16 leaves, woodcut of anatomical 
man (leaf b i defective, title stained), orig. wrappers of 
thin veil, from a XlVth century MS., Imprinted by Henry 
Denham for William Pickring (1565), sm. 8vo. (7), April 
29, Sotheby Quaritch, £5 

Hudson (F.) Brasses of Northamptonshire, ornamental title 
in col., fac. plates of brasses, orig. cl., 1853, folio (178), 
April 29, Sotheby Walford, £^ 15s. 

Huet (P. D.) De Interpretatione libri duo, Paris., Seb. Cra- 
moisy, 1661, sm. 4to. (75), April 8, Sotheby Quaritch, ;^io 
[XVII. century French mor., covered with semis of 
fleurs-de-lis and crowned L's, with the royal arms of 
France (Louis XIV.), g.e. Prize copy for a Latin oration 
to Jean Doumengin, from the Jesuit College at Claremont.] 

Hughes (J no.) Poems on Several Occasions, port., on the 
back of which is written in the autograph of Dean Swift, 
" Sent to me by Mr. W. Duncomb the Publisher, 1735. 
The Author is a mediocre Poeta. But seems to have 
been an honest Man. Jonath : Swift " ; and, later, is 
added, " March 13th, 1737-8. Upon th whole this Writer 
hath not shewn one Single Quality of a Poet in his two 
Volumes. J. S.," Vol. i. (only), old cf., 1735, 8vo. (582), 
June 17, Sotheby Dobell, £16 los. 

Hughes (W.) American Physitian ; or, A Treatise of the 
Roots, Plants, Trees, Shrubs, Fruit, Herbs, etc. growing 
in the English Plantations in America, first ed., mor. gt., 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [hum 

g.e., London, printed by J. C. for William Crook, 1672, 
i6mo. (ii), Nov. 19, American Art Association $40 

[Collation: 12 preliminary leaves, including blank leaf 
before title; text, pp. 159; Catalogue of Books, 5 pp. 
Reproduction of title-page in catalogue.] 

Hugo Senensis. [Super quarta seu primi Canonis usq5 ad ilium 
paragraphum positum in capitulo de enemate, etc.], lit. 
rom. parva, double columns, 56 lines, 104 leaves, with 
signs, [not in Hain or Proctor], old russ., [colophon] Im- 
pressuz Papie per Damianuz de Comphaloneriis de Binascho 
[14 — ], folio (3301), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £it^ ios. 

Hulicinus (B.) Opa dilecteuole & nuoua della Carte sia 
Gratitudine & Liberalita, woodcut on title, old mor. gt., 
richly gt. sides, g.e. (illustration in catalogue). In Venetia, 
per ueorgio di Rusconi, 1515, 8vo. (773), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Chaundy, ^^ 5s. 

Humbertus de Romanis. Auslegung iiber den gantzen Pre- 
diger Orden iiber Sant Augustins regel, etc., lit. got^. 
(batardes and capitals), 4 leaves of register and ecu. 
(206) numbered leaves, with signs. [Hain *9030, Proctor 
2579], painted capitals, contemp. German oak bds. and 
pigskin, with stamped panels, orig. metal clasps, with 
long narrow catches, K. 0. n. o. j. [Ulmae, Conrad Dinck- 
mut, 14 — ], folio (3303), Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £y 

Humboldt (A. von). Vues des Cordilleras, plates, russ. gt. 
(broken), Paris, 18 10, folio (180), April 29, Sotheby 

Spencer, ;^io los. 

Humboldt (A. von) et Bonpland (A.) Voyage, sixieme partie, 
Botanique ; Plantes Equinoxiales, 2 vol., 1808-9 — Nova 
genera et species Plantarum, 7 vol., 1815-23 — Mono- 
graphic des Metastomacees, 2 vol., 1816-23 — Mimoses, 
1819, together 12 vol., plates, mostly col., uniform russ. 
gt., Paris, 1808-23, folio (i79). April 29, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £2% 

Hume and Marshall. Game Birds of India, Burmah and 
Ceylon, 152 col. litho. plates by Waller, 3 vol., orig. cl. gt., 
Calcutta, 1878-81, roy. 8vo. (269), Dec. 19, Hodgson 

E. Brown, £g 15s. 

Humourist (The) : a Collection of Entertaining Tales, Anec- 
dotes, Repartees, Witty Sayings, etc., 40 col. plates by 
G. Cruikshank, 4 vol., orig. drab bds., uncut, in case, 
London, Printed and Published by J. Robins and Co., 1819- 
1819-1819-1820, i2mo. (160), Dec. 3, American Art Asso- 
ciation 1 1 25 
[Fine copy of the first ed., with Robins' advertisement 
on the reverse of each list of plates, at end, with the 
exception of vol. iv. Several of the plates are without 
Robins' imprint and date, as is generally the case with the 
issue in drab paper bds., the previous issue in pink bds. 
being the only one where the imprint is on every plate. 
Reproduction of title-page and front, in catalogue. ;^37, 

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hum] Book-Prices Current. 

mor. gt., by Riviere, 4 vol., 1819-22, Feb. 25, Sotheby, 
Lot 3104.] 

Humphreys (David). Historical Account of the Incorporated 
Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign 
Parts, folding map of Carolina and of New England, etc., 
old cf. (a few margins wormed), Joseph Downing, I730> 
8vo. (29), Dec. 17, Sotheby Taylorson, £1 12s. 

Hunt (Leigh). Imagination and Fancy, first ed., orig. cl. gt.,. 
g.e., as clean as when first issued, in case, Smith & Elder, 
1844, 8vo. (827), May 14, Sotheby Shepherd, £1 17s. 

Hunt (Leigh). Jar of Honey from Mount Hybla, first ed., 
illustrated by R. Doyle, orig. picture bds., g.e., as clean 
and fresh as when issued, in case, Smith & Elder, 1848, 
8vo. (938), May 14, Sotheby Pickering, £^ i8s. 

\£-^ los., orig. picture bds., same sale. Lot 939 ; £1^ 
orig. red cl., same sale, Lot 940.] 

Hunt (Leigh). Jar of Honey from Mount Hybla, first ed., 
illustrations by R. Doyle,, mor. gt., silk linings, g.e., by 
Zaehnsdorf, fine copy, 1848, 8vo, (775), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Shepherd, £1 14s. 

Hunt (Leigh). Men, Women and Books, first ed., port., 2 
vol., orig. cl., uncut, Smith & Elder, 1847, 8vo. (937),. 
May 14, Sotheby Maggs, £^ i8s. 

Hunt (Leigh). Stories from the Italian Poets, first ed., 2 vol., 
orig. blue cl., uncut. Chapman & Hall, 1846, 8vo. (936), 
May 14, Sotheby Maggs, £1 is. 

Hunt (Leigh). The Town, first ed., 45 illustrations, 2 vol., 
orig. ornamental brown cl., uncut, clean copy. Smith & 
Elder, 1848, 8vo. (941), May 14, Sotheby Maggs, £s 12s. 

Hunt (Leigh). Wit and Humour, first ed., orig. pink picture 
cl., g.e., clean as issued, in case, Smith & Elder, 1846, 8vo. 
(936), May 14, Sotheby Maggs, 15s. 

Hunter ( Jas.) Picturesque Scenery in the Kingdom of Mysore, 
41 col. plates, including port, of Tippoo Sultan, orig. hf. 
roan, with label, 1805, oblong folio (629), April 29, Sotheby 

Carstairs, £g^ 

Hunter (Jos.) Hallamshire, first ed., plates, etc., the 186 
coats-of-arms emblazoned (spotted), uncut copy, russ. gt.„ 
t.e.g., by Bedford, 1819, folio (1089), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Halliday, £/s^ 5s. 

Hunter (Jos.) Hallamshire, ed. by A. Gatty, plates, with two 

autograph letters from Dr. Gatty inserted, 1869, folio 

(1091), Oct. 23, Sotheby Walton, 17s. 

[17s., hf. roan (rubbed). Large Paper, same sale. Lot 

1092.] 

Hunter (Jos.) South Yorkshire : History and Topography of 
the Deanery of Doncaster, port., map and plates, 2 vol., 
mor. gt., g.e., by J. Clarke, arms of Earl Fitzwilliam, 
18-^8-31, folio (182), April 29, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ los. 

Hunter (Jos.) [Works.] Hallamshire, first ed., large paper, 
plates, vignettes and pedigrees, 18 19 — South Yorkshire : 
History and Topography of the Deanery of Yorkshire, 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [hut 

LARGE PAPER, 50 copics printed, plates, maps and pedi- 
grees, 2 vol., 1828-31, together 3 vol., uniform mor. gt. 
ex., by Hayday, 1819-31, folio (1090), Oct. 23. Sotheby 

Rimell,lis 

[Hurtado de Mendoza (D,)] Histoire plaisante. facetieuse et 
recreative du Lazare de Tormes Espagnol, augment^e de 
la seconde partie (title frayed, some leaves stained), orig. 
veil., A fivers, Giiislain lansens, 1598 — Histoire plaisante 
et facetieuse du Lazare de Tormes Espagnol, orig. veil., 
Paris, pour Ian Longis et Robert le Mangnier (1561), to- 
gether 2 vol., i2mo. and 8vo. (513), May 14, Sotheby 

Ellis. £^ 5s. 

Hurtado de Mendoza (D.) La Vida de Lazarillo de Tormes, 
italic letter, device on_title, mor. g. over m.e., En Milan, 
ad instanza da Antono de Antoni, 1587, i2mo. (366), 
March 18, Christie Davis & Orioli, ff^ 15s. 

[Hurtado de Mendoza (D.)] Vie de Lazarille de Tormes, 
traduicte par M.P.B.P., Parts i. and ii., in i vol., engraving 
on first title-page in four compartments, old cf., mono- 
gram H. L. surmounted by a coronet. Paris, R. Boutonn6, 
1520 [error for 1620], i2mo. (512), May 14, Sotheby 

D obeli, £1 15s. 

Huss (Jno.) Processus consistorialis, cum correspondentia 
Legis Gratiae, ad ius Papisticum, in Simoniacos & forni- 
catores Papistos, etc., woodcuts, old veil. [Strassburg, 
Johann Schott, 1525], 4to. (520), April 29, Sotheby 

Maggs, £5 I OS. 

[The first part professes to give some account of the 

opinions and trial of Huss ; the second contains the 

treatise of the victory of Christ and the fall of antichrist. 

The woodcuts are copied from drawings in the manuscript.] 

Hutchins (Jno.) History of Dorset, first ed., map, plates and 

pedigrees, extra illustrated with nearly 150 views and 

ports., 2 vol., Bowyer & Nichols, 1774-1815, folio (1093), 

Oct. 23, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £^ 

[£2 6s., hf. cf., Dec. 12, Hodgson, Lot 389.] 

Hutchins (Jno.) History of Dorset, second ed., by R. Gough 
and J. B. Nichols, map, plates and pedigrees, 4 vol. 
(wanted the scarce Vol. ii.), cf. gt., 1796-1815, folio 
(1094), Oct. 23, Sotheby Halliday, £2 los. 

Hutchins (J.) History of Dorset, third ed., augmented by 
Shipp and Hodgson, plates by Le Keux, etc., and pedi- 
grees, 4 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g., 1861-70, 8vo. (391), Dec. 12, 
Hodgson Edwards, £6 los. 

Hutchins (Jno.) History of Dorset, third ed., augmented by 
Shipp and Hodson, views by Le Keux, etc. and pedigrees, 
LARGE PAPER, 4 thick vol., hf. russ. gt,, 1861-70, roy 
folio (1095), Oct. 23, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £S 

Hutchinson (Thos.) Collection of Original Papers relative to 
the History of the Colony of Massachusets-Bay, orig. bds., 
uncut (reproduction of title in catalogue), Boston, printed 

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by Thomas and John Fleet, 1769, 8vo. (85), April 11, 
American Art Association $40 

Hutchinson (Thos.) Copy of Letters sent to Great-Britain, 
first ed., pp. 40, Boston, printed by Edes and Gill, 1773 
(89), April II, American Art Association $27.50 

Hutchinson (Thos.) History of the Colony of Massachusetts- 
Bay, 3 vol., orig. bds., uncut (broken), 1765-1828 — Col- 
lection of Original Papers relative to the History of the 
Colony of Massachusets-Bay, contemp. cf., autograph of 
(John) Hutchinson on fly-leaf, Boston, New-England, 
1769, together 4 vol., cf. and bds., London and Boston, 
1765-1828, 8vo. (84), April II, American Art Association 

$30 

[A portion of the orig. MS. of this work comprising 
chapter iii. of Vol. iii., on 196 pp. folio, realised $560,. 
same sale. Lot 83.] 

Hutchinson (Wm.) History of Cumberland, map, plans,, 
plates, 2 vol., contemp. cf., Carlisle, 1794, 4to. (946), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Walford, £^ 3s. 

Hutten (Ulrich von). Aula. Dialogus. Ad Lectorem, title 
within woodcut border, dated mdxvii., by Weiditz, and 
large initial [Proctor 10882], new mor. (wormed), [Augs- 
burg] In off. excus. Sig. Grimm Medici &• Marci Vuyr stingy 
1518, XVII. Sept., sm. 4to. (228), Dec. 10, Christie 

S other an, £^ 3s. 

[Hutten (Ulrich von).] Title: Beklagunge der Freistette 
deutscher natid 

Der Nemo hatt das geticht gemacht 

Das mancher jm regiment nit lacht, etc. 
0Otf)ic letter, a in 4, unnumbered, 38 lines to a page, title 
as above over a port, of Hutten, each page with a woodcut 
border on the right-hand side, cf . antique (from the Huth 
collection, ;^i4 in 1913) [s.n., ? Erfurt, c. 1522], sm. 4to. 
(234), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, ;^io los. 

Hutten (Ulrich von). Concilia wie man die halten sol . . . 
Ermanung das ein yeder bey dem rechten alten Christ- 
lichen glauben bleiben, durch herr Ciinrat Zartlin, etc., 
0Ctf)ic letter, port, of Charles V. and woodcut of armoured 
knight, with arms at foot, hf. veil., [s.n., Strassburg, Joh. 
Schott, c. 1 521], sm. 4to. (232), Dec. 10, Christie 

Schriener, £s 5s. 
[First ed. The portrait is probably by Weiditz, the 
other woodcut probably by Wechtelin. Collation : a-g4 = 
28 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Hutten (Ulrich von). De Guaiaci Medicina et Morbo Gallico 
Liber unus, woodcut coat-of-arms of Archbishop Albrecht 
IV. of Brandenburg (by Weiditz) and port, of the author 
on last page, mor. ex., g.e., by Hardy (some uncut edges), 
MoguticB In jEdibus loannis Scheffer, 15 19, sm. 4to. (229), 
Dec. 10, Christie Pickering, £S 

[First Latin ed. Proctor 9865. Collation: a-i4 = 44 
leaves, unnumbered.] 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [hvs 

Hutten (Ulrich von). Invectivae et Opuscula. woodcut de- 
picting the murder of the author's cousin by the Duke of 
Wurtemberg, by Hans Weiditz, port, of the author and 
initials, old russ. (with ex-libris W. H. Crawford), Opus 
Excusum In Arce Stekelberk [Mainz, J. Schoffer], 15 19, 
sm. 4to. (230), Dec. 10, Christie Jaschki, £1 8s. 

Hutten (Ulrich von). Invectivae et Epistolae, port, of Hutten 
on first leaf, with " Verte " below, by Weiditz, with 4 
coats-of-arms in corners, new mor. \s.n., Strassburg, Joh. 
Schott, 1521-2], sm. 4to. (233), Dec. 10, Christie 

Schriener, £4 5s. 
[First Latin ed. Collation : a-h4 = 32 leaves, un- 
numbered.] 

Hutten (Ulrich von) Oi/rtj, Nemo, title cut on the block in 
a panel at the top of a woodcut of a bearded man in 
Roman military costume, by Weiditz, new mor., Impres- 
sam Augustae in off. Millerana [1518], sm. 4to. (227), Dec. 
10, Christie Parsons, l^ 

[Collation : A-C4 = 12 leaves, unnumbered. B3 is marked 

A3-] 

Huttich (Joh.) Imperatorum et Caesarum Vitae, cum Imagini- 
bus ad uiuam effigiem expressis, italic letter, title within 
a 4-piece border, numerous medallions of emperors, 
mostly by Weiditz, veil, ex., Strassburg, W. Kopfel, 1534, 
sm. 4to. (235), Dec. 10, Christie Parsons, £2 

[Fourth ed., but first with the Elenchus and first with 
this title. Collation: Aa, Bb4, A-X4, y6, aa-dd4=ii4 
leaves.] 

Huygens (C.) See Hyginius 

Hyginius (C.) Astronomicon Opus, \\t. gotf)-, long lines, 37 
to a full page (52 leaves, the last blank), cut of " Sphaera 
Mundi," astrological woodcuts and ornamental initials, 
orig. Italian leather, the sides stamped, [colophon] Papiae, 
impressus arte & industria Jacobi Paucidrapensis de 
Burgofranco sumptibus . . heredum Octaviani Scoti, 15 13, 
sm. 4to. (3276), Nov. 22, Sotheby H. Stevens, £1^ 

Hyginius (C.) Astronomicon Poeticon, roman letter, the two 
cuts on reverse of title, numerous astronomical cuts, cf. 
antique, r.e. (stained), Paris, Jehan Lambert, 1514, sm. 
4 to. (368), March 18, Christie Pickering, £4 los. 

Hymnorum cum notis Opusculum secundu usum insignis 
ecclesie Sarisburiensis, lit. QOtf)-, red and black, musical 
notes, Birckman's device on title (fl-CC 4 in eights (want- 
ing X 6), ISIS 8 leaves, (JKff 4 leaves, ^'Si 6 defective, mar- 
gins of title and next leaf frayed, not subject to return), 
contemp. Enghsh binding, with stamped frame sides 
(damaged) [not in Weale], [Antwerpiae, Christof. Endo- 
viensis, 1525], " Impensis honesti Viri Francisci brykman 
{sic) civis Colonien," sm. 4to. (3307), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £22 

Hystoria de los siete sabios de Roma, (\otf)ic letter, double 
columns, 37-38 hues to a page, woodcuts, collation : a-b 8 

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iam] Book-Prices Current. 

(a I blank), c 6, d 8, e 6, f 8, mor. ex., g.e., by Lloyd 
(stained in parts), Absque ulla nota [? Zaragoza], sm. folio 
(73^), March i8, Christie Qiiaritch. £jS 

lamblichus. De Mysteriis ^gyptiorum, etc., first ed. (Mar- 
silio Ficini interprete), roman letter, sheep gt., linings of 
green silk, g.e [Hain-Copinger 9358, Proctor 5559], fine 
copy, Veneiiis, 1497, in aedibus Aldi, folio (300), June 10, 
Sotheby Edwards, £^ los. 

Ham Anastatic Drawing Society. Publications from 1863 to 
1873 (wanting 1869), illustrations, 10 vol., 1863-73, 8vo. 
(170), Jan. 22, Sotheby Harding, £1 is. 

Illustrated London News, Vol. Ixi. to xcviii., July, 1872 to 
June, 1 89 1, hf. mor., together 38 vol.', folio (263), June 26, 
Puttick Wilson, £2 15s. 

Illustrations of Armorial China, 6 parts in i, plates in gold 
and colours, one of 100 copies, hf. bd., t.e.g. (orig. wrap- 
pers bd. in), Privately printed, 1887, folio (1525), April 8, 
Sotheby Thorp, ^3 15s. 

Inderwick (F. A.) Calendar of the Inner Temple Records, 
fronts., illustrations, plates, 3 vol., hf. bd., uncut, t.e.g., 
Published by Order of the Masters of the Bench, 1896-1901, 
folio (627), May 14, Sotheby G. H. Brown, £1 3s. 

Indispensable Accomplishments. See Aiken (H.) 

Indulgence. " (R)Obertus Castellen. Aplice Sedis ptonotarius. 
Et ad hec sctissimi dni nri Pape Commissaris* Vobis " 
[blank space left for name], lit. gotf)., gothic orna- 
mental initial R, 13 lines, printed on veil. (4 by 7|in.), 
" Datii Londoii xxvi. Feb." [1498, year cut off] (probably 
a licence to grant Indulgencies), [Printed by R. Pynson, 
1498] (3311), Nov. 22, Sotheby Nelson, £16 

Ingersoll (Robt.) Writings, Autograph ed. (250 sets printed), 
vignette in col. of Ingersoll's birthplace and ports., 12 
vol., three-quarter mor. gt., t.e.g., uncut. New York, 
The Dresden Publishing Co., 1902, 8vo. (304), Dec. 3, 
American Art Association $40 

Inglis (H. D.) Rambles in the Footsteps of Don Quixote, 
first ed., illustrations by G. Cruikshank, orig. cl., 1837, 
8vo. (413), May 23, Puttick Maurice, £1 is. 

Inman (Thos.) Ancient Faiths embodied in Ancient Names, 
engravings, 2 vol., 1868-69 — Ancient Faiths and Modern 
Christian Symbolism, 1876, together 3 vol., orig. cl., 
1868-76, 8vo. (787), Dec. 17, Sotheby Heffer, £3 5s. 

Innes (Thos.) Critical Essay on the Ancient Inhabitants of 
the Northern Parts of Britain or Scotland, first ed., 2 vol., 
cf. ex.. Printed for Wm. Innys, 1729, 8vo. (944), May 14, 
Sotheby Forrester, £1 los. 

Institor (Hen.) Sancte Romane eccrie fidei defensionis clip- 
peum Adversus Waldesium seu Pickardorum heresim, 
lit. QOtl)., magna et parva, double columns, 55 lines, 
cxxxiii. numbered leaves, arms of Pope Alexander VI. 
and of Stanislaus, Archbp. of Olmutz, on title, full-length 
figure of S. Wenceslaus on reverse, painted capitals, old 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [ire 

veil., [colophon] . . . Molmucz, Marchionatu Moravie per 
. . . Cdradu Baumgarthe impressuz . . . Anno Mccccci., 
XX. du Aprilis (1501), sm. folio (3320), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ;^i6 los. 

Institutiones Imperiales, Elementorum iurisprudentiae libri 
quatuor, black letter, woodcut initials, orig. oak bds. and 
cf., stamped with royal arms of England, fleurs-de-lys 
and the Tudor rose, remains of clasps, Parisiis, ex ojficina 
Clatidii Chevallonii, 1527, i6mo. (185), April 29, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, {7 los. 

Instructiones Confessorum. [Begins on a j] : " Simpliciores et 
minus expertos Confessores de modo audiendi Oonfes- 
sioes," etc., lit. gotl). magna, 40 leaves [Hain *9248], 
rubricated, new veil., Absque ulla nota [Madgehurgae, Alb. 
Ravenstein et Joachim Westphal, 14 — ], sm. 4to. (3321), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, /lo 5s. 

Instructions which his Maiesties Commissioners for the loane 
of money to his Maiestie throughout the Kingdome are 
exactly and effectually to observe and follow, autograph 
signature of Charles I. on a 2, with 11 leaves contemp. 
MS., containing a notice of the receipt of the loan, a list 
of persons in the Castle Morpeth and Tyndale wardes 
willing to lend to the king, etc., mor. gt. ex., uncut, t.e.g., 
Bonham Norton and lohn Bill, 1626, 4to. (493), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Maggs, £12 los. 

Intrationum excellentissimus liber perqz necessarius oibus 
legibus homimibs., etc., woodcut of the royal arms on 
verso of title and Pynson's device on last leaf (No. 3 in 
Gordon Duff's " Hand List ") (several leaves at each end 
wormed and binding broken), R. Pynson, 1510, folio 
(242), Dec. 6, Hodgson Dohell, £1$ los. 

loanellus (P.) Novi Thesauri Musici, 5 books in i, sextus 
part only, musical notation (from type), ports., coats-of- 
arms, orig. veil., Venetijs, A. Gardano, 1568, 4to. (99), 
May 13, Sotheby Dohell, £1 14s. 

Ireland (S.) Picturesque Tour through Holland, Brabant 
and part of France, aquatint plates, 2 vol., cf. gt., the 
sides decorated with a grolieresque pattern, 1795, 8vo. 
(158), Nov. 28, Hodgson F. Edwards, £2 lis. 

Ireland (S.) Picturesque Views on the River Thames, tinted 
plates, 2 vol., hf. russ., 1801-2, 8vo. (129), Nov. 13, Puttick 

Ryland, £1 3s. 

Ireland (S.) Picturesque Views on the Upper or Warwick- 
shire Avon, aquatint plates and cuts, large paper, cf. 
(broken), 1795, 4to. (313), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Spencer, £1 5s. 

Ireland (S.) [Works.] Picturesque Views on the River Thames, 
2 vol., 1792 — Picturesque Tour through Holland, Brabant, 
etc., 2 vol., 1796 — Picturesque Views on the Upper or 
Warwickshire Avon, 1795 — Picturesque Views on the 
River Medway, 1793 — Picturesque Views on the River 

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Wye, 1797 — Picturesque Views of the Inns of Court, 
1800, together 8 vol., plates in aquatinta, mor., g.e., 
1792-1800, roy. 8vo. (1230), Nov. 5, Sotheby Spencer, ;^ii 

Ireland (S.) [Works.] Picturesque Views on the Medway, 
1793 — Picturesque Views of the Upper Avon, 1795 — 
Picturesque Tour through Holland, Brabant and part of 
France, 2 vol., 1796 — Picturesque Views on the Wye — 
Picturesque Views with an historical Account of the Inns 
of Court, 1800 — Picturesque Views on the River Thames, 
2 vol., 1 80 1, together 8 vol., col. aquatints and woodcuts, 
mor. ex., g.t., by Wood, 1793-1801, 8vo. (857), April 29, 
Sotheby Hulton, £^^ 

Ireland (S.) [Works.] Investigation of Mr. Malone's Claim to 
the Character of Scholar or Critic, n.d. — Miscellaneous 
Papers and Legal Instruments under the Hand and Seal 
of William Shakspeare, 1796, in i vol., hf. cf. gt., m.e., 
1796 — Confessions of William Henry Ireland, with Anec- 
dotes, etc., front., hf. cf., 1805, and others relating to 
Shakespeare, together 10 vol., 8vo. (1234), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £2 12s. 

Ireland (W. H.) Autograph MS. of the " Frogmore Fete," 
" As written by me W. H. Ireland, At the request of 
Princess Elizabeth " [Daughter of George III., 1770- 
1840], " in 1802, And thus fairly transcribed for Pos- 
terity AD. 1805. Omnes stultos insanire," with the 
abusive " Prefatory Lines " in which he attacked Princess 
Elizabeth, signed and dated Dec, 1806, 48 pp., illustrated 
by the insertion of 22 ports., a col. caricature of Sir 
Lumley Skeffington and an autograph letter from him to 
the author, also an orig. drawing of the grounds at Frog- 
more, etc., hf. cf. (worn), 4to. (127), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

£2 lOS. 

[Ireland (W. H.)] Memoirs of Jeanne d'Arc, port, on India 
paper, col. front, and plates, large paper, 2 vol., hf. 
mor., t.e.g., 1824, 8vo. (394), Jan. 23, Puttick 

Edwards, £2 2S. 

Ireland (W. H.) Vortigern, an Historical Tragedy, in five 
Acts, and Henry the Second, an Historical Drama, sup- 
posed to be written by the author of Vortigern, uncut, 
1799, 8vo. (1235), Nov. 5, Sotheby Quaritch, 14s. 

Irish Archaeological Society. Publications, 6 vol., orig. cl., 
Dublin, 1 84 1 -4, 4to. (433), Dec. 4, Sotheby Veal, £\ 

Irving (Washington). Rip Van Winkle, 50 col. plates by 
Rackham, mor. gt., g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, 1908, 4to. (789), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Serjent, £2 los. 

Irving (Washington). W^orks, Geoffrey Crayon ed.. Introduc- 
tion by C. D. Warner, illustrations and vignette titles, 
27 vol., finely bd. in hf. mor., cl. sides, t.e.g. (the leaves 
in some vols, a little crinkled from damp), 1880-82, 8vo. 
(583) » Nov. 28, Hodgson G.Brown, £11 los. 

Isidorus (S.) Comenza la Cronica de Sancto Isidero Menore ; 

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con Alchune additione . . . e del Libro de Paulo Orosio, 
lit. flot^., 50 leaves, the last blank [Hain 9308, Proctor 
7267], painted initials, old cf. (Wodhull copy), [colophon] 
Finita . . In Cividal de Friuli. Nel Anno del nostra Stgnore 
Jesu Christo 1480. Adi 24 de Novembre (s. n. impr.) 
[Gerardus de Lisa], sm. 4to. (3326), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quay itch, £1^ 15s. 

Isidorus (S.) Etymologiarum lib. XX., ed. princeps, lit. 
semi-flott)., 142 leaves, the first blank, spaces left for 
Greek quotations supplied in MS. [Hain *9270, Proctor 
227], rubricated, large painted initials, 9 woodcut dia- 
grams, MS. notes in margins, hf. cf., large copy, with 
rough edges. Absque ulla nota [Argentinae, Jo. Mentelin, 
c. 1470], large folio (3323), Nov. 22, Sotheby Maggs, £26 
[With an inscription, probably by the orig. owner, on 
the last leaf, signed " Malaquin," and 12 extra con temp, 
fly-leaves, mostly filled with MS. Indexes, a Greek alpha- 
bet, references to Alain Chartier, and verses on Louis de 
Luxembourg (executed in 1475), etc. From the Hoskier 
library.] 

Isidorus (S.) Liber de Responsione Mundi & Astrorum Or- 
dinatione, ed. princeps, lit. rom., 20 leaves [Hain *9302, 
Proctor 1533], >voodcut circular zones, rubricated, old 
English mor. (worn) (Heber and Wodhull copy), [colophon] 
. . .p Gintheru Zainer de reutlinge. Civem Augustensem. 
Anno dni m.cccc.lxxii. Mensis decembris die septia 
[Augsburg, 1472], sm. folio (3325), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Quay itch, £g 

Isle of Pines. See Neville (Henry) 

Isocrates. Orationes, roman letter, with Greek, title within 
border by Ambrose Holbein, the first page of text (ai) 
having a border by Hans Holbein, also ornamental 
initials, a-y, a-z, A-i4=i40 leaves, Basileae, Apud An- 
dream Cratandrum [Hartmann], March, 1529, sm. folio 
(239), Dec. 10, Christie Dobell, £2 15s. 

Itinerant (The). A Select Collection of Interesting and Pic- 
turesque Views in Great Britain and Ireland, by John 
Walker, after J. M. W. Turner and others, with descrip- 
tions, cf. gt., g.e. (rubbed), J. Walker, 1799, roy. folio 
(334), Dec. 12, Hodgson Shepherd, £2 los. 

Itinerarium beatae Mariae Virginis. a2 : Prefacio in itine- 
rarium feu [sic] peregrinatio nem : beate virginis z dei 
genitricis marie, etc., gotl)ic letter, 32 lines to a page, 19 
woodcuts, all except the first in 3 compartments, orna- 
mental initials, mor. ex., g.e., by Joly (fine copy) [s.n., 
Ulm, Joh. Reger, c. 1489], sm. 4to. (240), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £2^ 
[Hain *9322 or 9323. Proctor 2584. Collation : a-d8, 
e4 = 36 leaves, unnumbered (i leaf misplaced).] 

Itinerarium ^beatae Mariae virginis, got^ic letter, 20 lines to a 
page, over 50 woodcuts, ornamental initials, title in 3 

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lines of gothic, cf., [Basle], Leonhard Eisenhut or Ysenhut 
[c. 1489], sm. 4to. (241), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, ;^33 
[Hain 9324, Proctor 7716. Collation : a-n8, 04 (last 
leaf blank, missing) = 108 leaves, unnumbered, b4 and 5 
transposed.] 

Jack Tench. See Hooton (Chas.) 

Jackson (Lady). French Court and Society, first ed., ex- 
library copy, but clean and uncut, 2 vol., orig. cl., 1881, 
8vo. (58), Oct. 24, Hodgson Sawyer, £5 12s. 6d. 

Jackson (Lady). Old Paris, first ed., ports,, 2 vol., ex-library 
copy, but clean and uncut, 1878, 8vo, (57), Oct. 24, 
Hodgson Maggs, £5 

Jackson (Lady). [Works.] The Old Regime, 2 vol., 1880 — 
French Court and Society, 2 vol., 1881 — The Court of the 
Tuileries, 2 vol., 1883 — The Court of France in the Six- 
teenth Century, 2 vol., 1886 — The Last of the Valois, 2 
vol., 1888 — The First of the Bourbons, 2 vol., 1890, 
together 12 vol., ports., orig. cl. (some ex-library copies), 
1880-90, 8vo. (3374), Feb. 25, Sotheby Hatton, £\i 

Jackson (Lady). [Works.] Court of France, 2 vol. — Old Paris, 
2 vol. — Court of the Tuileries, 2 vol. — Last of the Valois, 
2 vol. — The Old Regime, 2 vol. — First of the Bourbons, 
2 vol., together 14 vol., ports, and other illustrations, hf. 
mor., g.t., by Worsfold, J. C. Nimmo, 1899, 8vo. (227), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Quaritch, £ig los. 

Jacob (J. G.) Life and Times of Patrick Gass, now sole 
survivor of the Overland Expedition to the Pacific . . 
together with Gass' Journal of the Expedition Condensed, 
first ed., port, and 3 plates, cl., Wellsburg, Va., 1859, 
i2mo. (378), Dec. 12, American Art Association $11.50 

Jacobson (L.) Description of the Islands and Inhabitants of 
Foeroe, Englished by J. S. [John Sterpin], 2 folded maps, 
cf. gt., r.e., F. L. for William lies, at the Flower-de-luce in 
Little-Brittain, 1676, sm. 8vo. (945), May 14, Sotheby 

Edwards, £1 2S. 

Jacobus de Callicio. Solempnissimi aureiq5 Tractatus excell. 
utriusq5 juris doctoris et equitis . . videUcet De Pace et 
Treuga, lit. gotl)., double columns, 56 lines (title and ciiii. 
numbered leaves), title in large got^if, within woodcut 
border, with a woodcut of a scribe writing, woodcut of 
the Crucifixion on reverse, ornamental initials (Haebler 
114), new mor., uncut (bound by D. C, 1900), small 
wormholes through several leaves). Absque ulla nota 
[Hispaniae, Scbc. xvi., c. 1506], folio (3328), Nov, 22 
Sotheby Davis & Orioli, £g 5s. 

Jacobus de Clusa, [Begins] : De Contractibus qui fiut cii 
Pacto repciois ppetuoT/ cesue seu ad Vitam, lit. QOtf)., 
long lines, 14 leaves, without marks [Hain 9342, Proctor 
954], rubricated, painted capitals, old French mor. (Pade- 
loup) (Sykes and Syston Park copy). Absque ttlla nota 
[Coloniae, A. Theroernen, 14 — ], sm. 4to. (3329), Nov. 22, 
Sotheby Tregaskis, £j 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. (jah 

Jacobus de Clusa. Opusculum quod appelatum est Quot- 
libetum Statuum humanorum, lit. flUtO. parva, long lines, 
67 leaves, without marks [Hain *9335 (69 leaves in error ?), 
Proctor 2473], painted initials, modern mor., large copy, 
with rough edges, from the Ashburnham library, [colo- 
phon] " Per descretu Viru Johanem hug de Gdppingen 
[probably printed for Hug by Conrad Fyner of Esslingen, 
14 — 1, sm. folio (3331), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, l^ 15s. 

Jacobus de Theramo. Belial [begins on folio i, recto] " Lis 
Cristi & belial judicialit^ cota Salomone judice; a sede 
divina data agitata super Spolio & Violencia : per eudS 
Xpm i inferno," lit. gotl)., 96 leaves, without marks 
[Proctor ? 1 107], painted initials, old cf. gt.. Absque ulla 
nota [Coloniae, Printer of " Augustini de Fide," c. 1473], 
sm. folio (3333), Nov. 22, Sotheby Thomas, £(.) 

Jacobus Magnus. See Legrand (Jac.) 

Jacquemin (R ) Iconographie du Costume du 46 au 190 
Siecle, hand-col. ed., 200 plates (420 figures), mor. gt., 
Paris, 1869, folio (277), June 26, Puttick Hill, £^ 15s. 

James I. Basilikon Doron, first published ed., old russ. (few- 
headlines cut into), Edin., R. Waldegrave, 1603, sm. 8vo. 
(360), March 19, Puttick Maggs, £1 12s. 6d. 

James I. Opera, edita ab Jacobo Montacuto, full-page wood 
cut of royal arms and 2 ports, by S. Pass (wanted first 
leaf of preface, not subject to return), old cf., coat-of- 
arms on sides and monogram, Londini, 1619, folio (177), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Chaundey, £2 

James (Grace). Green Willow and other Japanese Fairy 
Tales, ed. de luxe, 40 col. illustrations by Warw-ick Goble, 
500 copies printed, veil., with silk ties, 1910, 4to. (454), 
July 29, Sotheby Maggs, £1 2S. 

James (R. N.) Painters and their Works, fronts., signatures 
and painter's marks, 3 vol., orig. cl., 1896, 8vo. (131), 
June 17, Sotheby Braun, £2 2S. 

[£z 14s., same state, July 29, Sotheby, Lot 478.] 

James (Wm.) Naval History of Great Britain, ed. by Captain 
Chamier, ports., 6 vol., hf. cf. gt., g.t., 1847, 8vo. (229), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Bain, £2 

[£i IS., hf. cf. gt., Jan. 22, Sotheby, Lat 352.] 

Jameson (Mrs.) Memoirs of Beauties of the Court of King 
Charles IL, large paper, plates on India paper, mor. gt., 
by L Wright, 1833, folio (496), Dec. 4, Sotheby 

Edwards, £(> 

Jameson (Mrs.) Memoirs of Beauties of the Court of King 
Charles IL, ports., 2 vol., orig. cl., 1838. 8vo. (117), Jan. 
23, Puttick Lowe, £1 4s. 

Jameson (Mrs.) Sacred and Legendary Art, 2 vol. — History 
of Our Lord, as represented in Works of Art, 2 vol. — 
Legendary and Monastic Orders — Legends of the Madonna, 
together 6 vol., plates, cf. gt., g.e., 189 1-2, 8vo. (599) » 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Edwards, £2 17s. 

Jamyn (Amadis). CEvvres Po6tiques, italic letter, mor. ex., 

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Grolieresque back, g. over m.e,, by Trautz-Bauzonnet, 
Paris, pour R. le Mangnier, 1575, 8vo. (375), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, £ig 

Jane (Giacomo). Rime, first ed., printed in itaUc type, 17th 
century Itahan mor., arms of the Venetian family of 
Foscarini, g.e., In Venetia, 1562, Svo. (793), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Dohell, £^ 3s. 

Janinet (F.) Gravures historiques des Principaux Evenements 
depuis rOuverture des ;£tats Generaux (en 1789), 52 
plates printed in col., modern cf. ex., r.e., specimen wrap- 
per bd. in, illustration in catalogue (1789-91), 8vo. (859), 
April 29, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, ;!^ioo 

Janinet (F.) Vues Pittoresques des principaux ]£difices de 
Paris, col. title and 117 circular views printed in col., 
including the very scarce view of " Le Tour du Temple," 
plate 94 bis cut round and inlaid, 108 cut round and 
mounted (imprint of plate 82 cut into), Nos. 70, 112 and 
113 without printed numbers (nos. of i bis and iii cut 
into), new cf. gt., illustration in catalogue, Paris, chez les 
Campions freres et fits, rue St. Jacques d la Ville de Rouen, 
n.d. (c. 1789), sm. 4to. (858), April 29, Sotheby 

Duncan, £iij 

Janinet (F.) Vues Pittoresques des Principaux l^difices de 
Paris, engraved title in col., 73 circular plates printed in 
col., after Durand, mounted on paper, old mor. gt., g.e.. 
Without place, printer's name or date [Paris, chez Lamy, 
etc., ? 1792], 4to. (860), April 29, Sotheby Quaritch, £d)0 
[Plates 1-48 have numbers in top left corner ; Nos. 22- 
28 bear the imprint " chez Esnauts et Raphilly, etc." 
(No. 22 has its number written in ink) ; plates 49 " Pont 
Louis XVI." and 72 " Maison sur le Boulevart de I'Opera " 
are without numbers, while the remaining plates bear 
their numbers at the base within the circular border. 
One or two of the earlier plates have the numbers cut into.] 

Janson (C. W.) Stranger in America, aquatint plates, hf. cf. 
(broken), 1807, 4to. (277), Nov. 13, Puttick 

Edwards, £1 los. 

Jean D' Arras. Historic von Melusina, German trans., by 
Thiiring von Ringoltingen. F, 2 (in red) : Dis ouenturlich 
biich bewiset wie von einer frauwen genantt Melusina, 
etc., QOt^ic letter, 32 lines to a page, 67 hf. page woodcuts, 
touched with col., rubricated initials, mor. ex., double, 
with dentelle border, g.e., by Chambolle-Duru (fine copy), 
\s.n., Strassburg, H. Knoblochtzer, c. 1478], sm. folio (242), 
Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, £185 

[Apparently an unrecorded ed. Collation : 78 leaves, 
the first blank (missing). Two leaves are in fac. from a 
similar ed.] 

JefEeries (Richd.) Works, first eds., as originally published, 
including Jefferies Land, a History of Swindon, ed. by 
Grace Toplis, 1896 — Besant's Eulogy of Jefferies, 1888 — 
Contributions to Longman's Magazine, 1883-87, the last 

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hf. cf. gt., together 32 vol., orig. cl., 1874-96, Svo. (948), 
May 14, Sotheby Bailey, £2-] 

{Jefferson (Thos.)] Dialogue, between A Southern Delegate 
and His Spouse, on his Return from The Grand Continental 
Congress (in verse), pp. 14, stitched, uncut, \New York : 
Rivington] Printed in the Year mdcclxxiv., Svo. (23), 
Nov. 19, American Art Association $32.50 

(Jefferson (Thos.)] Notes On the State of Virginia, first ed., 
woodcut, " Eye-draught of Madison's Cave," folding 
table of Indian tribes, eontemp. cf., leather label, gt. back, 
reproduction of title in catalogue, [Paris] 1782, Svo. (445), 
Nov. 19, American Art Association $320 

Jefferys (Thos.) American Atlas, 29 maps, bds., 1776, imp, 
folio (17), April 29, Sotheby H. Stevens, £5 15s. 

Jenkins (J.) Martial Achievements of Great Britain, col. 
plates, hf. russ. gt., 1814-15, roy. 4to. (209), Dec. 4, 
Sotheby G. H. Brown, £6 

[£4, in 12 parts as issued, title and contents missing, 
same sale. Lot 210 ; ;^ii, hf. mor., no date (1815), Nov. 13, 
Puttick, Lot 331.] 

Jenkins (J.) Martial Achievements of Great Britain, col. 
plates, 1814-5 — Naval Achievements of Great Britain, 
col. plates, 1816. together 2 vol., uniform hf. mor., uncut, 
1814-16, 4to. (3463), Feb. 25, Sotheby Bain, £^0 

Jenkins (J.) Martial Achievements of Great Britain — Naval 
Achievements of Great Britain, together 2 vol., col. 
plates by T. Sutherland and others, after Whitcombe, 
etc., hf. russ. gt., n.d. (1815-17), 4to. (1275), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Braun, £24 

[£y2, hf. mor., uncut, April 29, Sotheby, Lot 878.] 

Jenkins (J.) Naval Achievements of Great Britain, col. 
plates, hf. mor. gt., g.e., by Wallis, n.d., 4to. (484), July 
29, Sotheby Spencer, £17 5s. 

Jennings (Hargrave). The Rosicrucians, their Rites and 
Mysteries, illustrations, 2 vol., 1887 — Phallicism Celestial 
and Terrestrial, etc., 1884, together 3 vol., Svo. (794). 
Dec. 17, Sotheby ' Edwards, £1 12s. 

Jephson (Robt.) Roman Portraits, a Poem, ports., mor. gt., 
g.e., with fore-edge painting of a mythological subject, 
1794, 4to. (795), Dec. 17, Sotheby Halliday, £2 14s. 

Jerdan (T. C.) Birds of India, 3 vol., hf, mor., Calcutta, i^'j'j, 
Svo. (195), Nov. 13, Puttick Weldon, £1 17s. 6d. 

Jerome (St.) See Hieronymus 

Jesse (J. H.) George Selwyn and his Contemporaries, 4 vol., 
hf. mor., g.t., 1882, Svo. (234), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Symes, £2 los. 

Jesse (J. H.) Life of George Brummell, 40 ports, in col., 
LARGE PAPER (limited to 100 copies), autograph letter 
from Beau Brummell, i page 4to, [1773] inserted, 2 vol., 
orgi, cl., J. C. Nimmo, 1886, imp. Svo. (161), Dec. 12, 
Hodgson ' £2 2S. 

Jesse (J. H.) [Works.] Memoirs of the Court of England 

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during the Reign of the Stuarts, front., 4 vol., 1840 — 
George Sehvyn and his Contemporaries, ports., 4 vol., 
1843-4 — Memoirs of the Court of England from the 
Revolution in 1688 to the Death of George the Second, 
fronts., 3 vol., 1843 — Memoirs of the Pretenders, front, 
and ports., 2 vol., 1845 — Literary and Historical Me- 
morials of London, 2 vol., 1847 — London and its Celeb- 
rities, 2 vol., 1850, together 17 vol., first eds., hf. mor. 
gt., m.e., 1840-50, 8vo. (1354), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Brunton, ;^io los. 

Jewel (Bp. Jno.) Defence of the Apologie of the Church of 
England, first ed., contemp. Oxford oak bds. and leather, 
with stamped ornamental borders and centre panels, with 
initials N. S. repeated continually, good state. Imprinted 
in Flete-Streate at the Signe of the Elephante by Henry 
Wykes, 1567, folio (3339), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Parsons, £5 5s. 

Joannes Damascenus. Barlaam und Josaphat, gott)ic letter, 
64 woodcuts, with names of the characters cut on the 
wood, touched with red by the orig. rubricator, woodcut 
initials (col.), hf. mor. (fine copy) [s.n., Augsburg, Giinther 
Zainer, c. 1476], sm. folio (243), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £y8 
[First ed. m German and first with woodcuts. Hain 
*59i5, Proctor 1580. Collation : 98 leaves, first and last 
blank (last missing) .] 

Joannes Presbyter. De Ritu et moribus Indorum, semi-0ott)ic 
letter, 31 lines to a page, col, initial P., containing figure 
of the author, and woodcut border to first leaf, other 
painted initials, parchment, [s.n., Strassburg, H. Knob- 
lochtzer, c. 1482], sm. 4to. (244), Dec. 10, Christie 

Tregaskis, £\2 
[Hain *9429, Proctor 386. Collation : a in 10, un- 
numbered, first blank, missing.] 

Jodelle (Estienne), OEvvres et Meslanges Poetiques, premiere 
ed. (premiere volume, le seul publiee), small port, facing 
title, mor. ex., g.e., by Trautz-Bauzonnet, Paris, N. 
Chesneau et M. Patisson, 1574, 8vo. (381), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, ^17 

Johannes Carthusiensis. Liber qui intitulatur Corona Senum, 
lit. rom., 24 leaves, signs, a-c in eights, with orig. blank 
for Aj [Hain 9390, Proctor 4127(2)], [colophon] y4c/2im 
quoqi} hoc opus ex inclyta : janiosaq^ officina Nicolai Jeson 
{sic) Gallici anno dominice nativitatis m.cccclxxx. quintas 
nonas Julias — Ejusdem Joannis de Immensa Charitati 
dei, lit. rom., 12 leaves, sign, a, with orig. blank for aj 
[Proctor ? 4127 (3)], [colophon, as above, but m.ccccc 
Lxxx. in error] — Ejusdem de Humilitate Interiore, lit. 
rom (ut supra), 8 leaves, with sign, a, with orig. blank for 
a j [not in Hain or Proctor], [colophon, as above, but name 
spelt in full and erroneous date mcccc], in i vol., modern 

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cf., blind ornaments [Venetiis, 1480], sm. 4to. (3342), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, ^^23 los. 

[These three pieces are printed with the same types, 
and in the same year and month. The erroneous dates 
of the last two pieces are referred to by Brunet [HI. 534]. 
Each piece is sometimes found separately, but together 
very rarely.] 

Johannes de Gaddesden. [Rosa Anghca practica medicine a 
Capite ad Pedes], [on a j] "Practica Joanes AngUci Physici 
clarissimi ab opis prestatia Rosa medicine nucupata," 
lit. O0tt|., 173 numbered leaves and an orig. blank at end 
[Proctor 7106, reference to Hain, 1108, is wrong], en- 
graved border round title, engravings pasted in each 
cover, modern cf., stamped ornaments, [colophon] Papie. 
1492, die 24. Jamiarii Joanes antonius birreta Ipressioni 
tradidit [per Leonardum Gerla], with device, sm. folio 
(3347), Nov. 22, Sotheby Ellis, ;^2i 

[Johnson (C.)] Chrysal, or the Adventures of a Guinea, 
LARGE PAPER, col. platcs by W. Read, etc. (stain on one 
leaf), 3 vol., mor. gt., g.e., 1821, 8vo. (1158), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Spencer, £S 

[Johnson (C.)] Chrysal ; or the Adventures of a Guinea, 
15 col. plates by W. Read, after Corbould and others, 
3 vol., cf. gt., g.e., 1821, 8vo. (3379), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Sawyer, ;^ii 
[$30, cf.. gt. (rubbed), Jan. 24, American Fine Art 
Association, Lot 83.] 

Johnson (C.) Lives and Adventures of the most celebrated 
Highwaymen, Street Robbers, etc., col. plates, hf. cf., 
G. Smeeton, n.d., 8vo. (1361), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Edwards, £4 12s. 

Johnson (C.) Lives and Adventures of the most Famous 
Highwaymen, Murderers, Street- Robbers and Pyrates, 
first ed., 26 full-page ports., etc., mor., g.e., fine copy, 
J. Janeway, 1734, folio (933), May 14, Sotheby 

Hopkins, £26 
[;(2o, old cf. gt., 2 leaves mended, July 22, Sotheby, 
Lot 1 1 13.] 

Johnson (C.) Lives and Actions of the most Famous High- 
waymen, Murderers, etc., with an account of the Voyages 
of the most Noted Plunderers and Pirates, plates (name 
on title and two of the plates col.), hf. cf., Birmingham, 
1742, folio (171), Dec. 12, Hodgson Loive Bros., £2 los. 

Johnson (C.) Lives and Exploits of the most remarkable 
Pirates, Highwaymen, Murderers, etc., plates, cf., Bir- 
mingham, 1742, folio (799), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Maggs, £6 1 8s. 

J Johnson (Robert).] Relations of the most famous Kingdoms 
and Common -weales thorough the World, trans, into 
English and enlarged (title repaired, some leaves stained), 
new cf., John laggard, 161 1, 4to. (572), May 14, Sotheby 

Edwards, £1 15s. 

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[Johnson (S.)] Compleat Vindication of the Licensers of the 
Stage, hi cf., 1739— [? Garrick (D.)] The Theatres, a 
Poetical Dissection, by Sir Nicholas Nipclose, vignette on 
title (title and last page scribbled on), 1772, together 2 
vol., 4to. (889), April 8, Sotheby Quaritch, £-/ los. 

Johnson (S.) Johsoniana, or Supplement to Boswell, large 
PAPER, extended to 2 vol. and illustrated by the addition 
of many ports., views, water-colour drawings, autograph 
letters, caricatures of the tour in Scotland, facs., etc., 
inlaid and mounted, mor. gt., g.e., by Hering, 1836, 4to. 
(302), June 10, Sotheby G. D. Smith, ;^I40 

[Made by William Upcott, who has written a hst of the 
contents. See catalogue.] 

Johnson (S.) Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland, 
first ed., orig. bds., uncut, 1775, 8vo. (32), Dec. 4, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £2 15s. 
[£^ 6s., orig. bds. (broken). May 14, Sotheby, Lot 949.] 

[Johnson (S.)] Prince of Abissinia [Rasselas], a Tale, first 
ed., 2 vol. in i, old hf. cf., R. and J. Dodsley, 1759, 8vo. 
(191), April 29, Sotheby Tregaskis, £$. 

Johnson (S.) Prince of Abissinia [Rasselas], first ed., 2 vol., 
orig. sprinkled cf., R. & J. Dodsley, 1759, sm. 8vo. (301), 
June 10, Sotheby Bain, £6 

Johnson (S.) Prince of Abissinia (Rasselas), a Tale, first ed., 
2 vol., orig. cf., clean copy, Printed for R. 6- /. Dodsley 
in Pall Mall; and W. Johnston in Ludgate Street, 1759, sm. 
8vo. (1 1 14), July 22, Sotheby Heffer, £S 

[5s., mottled cf., g.e.. Stock's fac. reprint, 1884, same 
sale. Lot 11 15.] 

Johnson (S.) Vanity of Human Wishes, first ed., hf. cf., R. 
Dodsley, 1749, 8vo. (15), Nov. 28, Hodgson 

Edwards, £^ 3s. 

Johnson (S.) Works of the English Poets, with Prefaces, 
Biographical and Critical, ports., 75 vol., cf. gt., y e.,. 
1790, sm. 8vo. (217), July 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £6 

Johnson (S.) and Thrale (Mrs.) Mrs. Thrale's Unpublished 
Journal of the Welsh Tour made in 1774, and Much 
hitherto Unpublished Correspondence of the Streatham 
Coterie, by A. M. Broadley, with Introductory Essay by 
Thomas Seccombe, large paper, extending from i to 10 
vol. by the addition of the printed pamphlets : Love 
Letters of Mrs. Piozzi to William Augustus Conway, 
London, 1843 — Johnson. Lord Rosebery's Address at 
the Johnson Bicentenary, 1909 — Bozzy and Piozzi, a 
Town Eclogue, and extra illustrated by the insertion of 
355 engraved ports., 311 views, 108 autographs, 81 cari- 
catures and 57 broadsides, coats-of-arms and miscellaneous 
items, totalling in all 912 items, inlaid to 4to. size where 
necessary, 10 vol., hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g., 1910, 4to. (478), 
April 29, Sotheby Bumpus, £50 

[See Book Prices Current, Vol. xxx., p. 372.] 

Johnston (Robt.) Travels through part of the Russian Em- 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [jon 

pire and the Country of Poland, maps and plates in col. 
aquatint, mor. gt., g.e., J. & J. Stockdale, 1815, 4to. {862), 
April 29, Sotheby Lewine, £^ 3s. 

Jonas (Justus). Ad versus lohannem Fabrum Constantiefi. 
Vicarium scortationis patronum pro conjugio sacerdotali 
Justi lona? defensio, roman letter, border to title by Hans 
Cranach, A-G4, h6 (last blank) = 34 leaves, MS. marginal 
notes, hf. mor., g.e., Wittembergae [? N. Schirlentz], 1523, 
sm. 4to. (245), Dec. 10, Christie Jaschke, £;^ 5s. 

Jones (Ed.) The Bardic Museum, col. front, by Rowlandson, 
1 8 19, folio (311), Dec. 19, Hodgson £1 7s. 

Jones (Inigo). Designs, published by W. Kent, orig. ed., 
front, and 136 plates, 2 vol. in i, old cf., 1727, folio (1096), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ los. 

Jones (Inigo). Designs, published by W, Kent, front, and 13G 
plates, 2 vol., old hf. cf., uncut, 1727 — A parcel of 59 
plates of designs for furniture, decoration, etc., loose, 
folio (188), April 29, Sotheby Parsons, £2Qy 

Jones (O.) Examples of Chinese Ornaments, 100 plates in 
gold and colours, orig. cl. gt., g.e., 1867, folio (432), 
Nov. 28, Hodgson Quaritch, £Cy 

Jones (O.) Grammar of Ornament, orig. ed., 100 col. plates, 
with descriptive letterpress, hf. mor. gt., g.e. (chafed), 
1856, imp. folio (1098), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Thompson, £^ los- 

Jones (O.) Grammar of Ornament, col. plates, orig. cl., 1865, 
4to. (240), May 23, Puttick Rimell, £2 2S. 

Jones (O.) The Alhambra, many steel, col. and illuminated 
plates (spotted), 2 vol., hf. mor., g.e. (worn), 1842-45, 
imp. folio (1097), Oc^- 23, Sotheby Parsons, £1 12s. 

Jones (Thos.) British Language in its Lustre, first ed. (some 
leaves shaved), cf., London, sold by Lawrence Baskerville, 
1688, 8vo. (loi), Dec. 17, Sotheby Maggs, £1 5s. 

Jones (Thos.) Diary of the Quorndon Hunt, orig. bds., uncut, 
Derby, 1816, 8vo. (3380), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Whittier, £j^ 10s. 

Jonson (Ben) . Horatius : his Art of Poetry, with other 
Workes, first ed., title containing port., by Marshall, mor. 
gt., g.e., by Riviere, /. Okes for John Benson, 1640, i2mo. 
(364), March 18, Christie Dobell, £S 

[The other works are " Execration against Vulcan," 
" The Masque of the Gypsies," and " Epigrams," each 
with a separate title.] 

Jonson (Ben) . Horatius, his Art of Poetry, with other Workes, 
engraved title, containing port., by W. Marshall, mor. gt., 
g.e., by C. Hering, /. Okes for John Benson, 1640, i2mo. 
(304), June 10, Sotheby Dobell, £S 

[Collation : A 10 leaves (only) ; B 12, C 12 (the 9th 
blank), D 5 d 14 ; E 4 e 12 ; F 12, G 11 (G 12 a blank 
wanting), followed by 8 leaves (sign. A) of advertisements 
of books printed for Humphrey Moseley.] 

Jonson (Ben). Workes (Vol. i.), first ed., engraved title by W. 

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jon] Book-Prices Current. 

Hole (cut into), separate title to each play, woodcut title 
to " The Poetaster " only (a few stains and some passages 
underlined), contemp. Enghsh mor. gt., Jacobean centre- 
piece, g.e., not subject to return. Will Stansby, 1616, folio 
(303). June 10, Sotheby James, £^0 

Jonson (Ben.) Workes (Vol. i.), first ed., title by W. Hole 
(mounted), woodcut title to Every Man out of his Humour 
(hole in 2 leaves, one laef imperfect), mor. gt., g.e., 161 6, 
folio (206), Feb. 20, Sotheby Robertson, £^ 

[/5, new hf. mor., engraved title by Hole, mounted, 
same sale, Lot 819,] 

Jonson (Ben.) Workes, first issue of first ed., engraved title 
by Wm. Hole, in earliest state, but margins mended 
(margins of last two leaves mended), (io| by 6|in.), mor. 
ex., g.e., by W. Pratt (from the libraries of Birket Foster 
and George Dunn), Imprinted by Will. Stansby, 161 6, 
thick sm. folio (11 17), July 22, Sotheby Maggs, £2.'^ 

Jonson (Ben). Works, to which is added A Comedy, called 
The New Inn, port., name " W. Hepworth Dixon " on 
title (last leaf repaired), boarded veil., 1692, folio (450), 
Aug. 7, Sotheby Halliday, £^ los. 

Jonson (Ben). Works, with Notes by Peter Whalley, port., 
7 vol., old cf., D. Midwinter, etc., 1756, 8vo. (389), April 
29, Sotheby James, £^ los. 

Jonson (Ben). Works, ed. by W. GifEord, port., 9 vol., cf. 
gt., by Riviere, 1816, 8vo. (1367), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Quaritch, £8 15s. 
[/5, hf. mor., t.e.g., Jan. 22, Sotheby, Lot 434.] 

Jordan (Mrs.) Life Story of Dorothea Jordan, illustrated by 
contemp. ports., play-bills and caricatures, arranged by 
A. M. Broadley and S. F. T., together about 130 pieces, 
hf. mor., folio (55), Dec. 12, Hodgson Dobell, ;^io 

Jordan (Mrs.) Public and Private Life of that Celebrated 
Actress, Mrs. Jordan, 11 ports., mor. ex., g.e., by Zaehns- 
dorf, J. Duncombe, n.d., 8vo. (56), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Spencer, £^ los. 

Jordan (T.) Death Dis-sected ; or a Fort against Misfortune 
(some margins cropped), engraved front, (outer margin 
cut), with verses opposite, dedicated to " loseph Randal," 
the name having been printed in with apparently a hand- 
press, old cf.. Printed by Authority for the use of the Author, 
1649, 8vo. (1372), April 8, Sotheby Dobell, £6 6s. 

Jordan (T.) London Triumphant ; or the City in Jollity and 
Splendour, orig. ed. (14 leaves, the first blank), modern 
mor., uncut. Printed by W. G. for Nath. Brook and John 
Playford, 1672, sm. 4to. (11 18), July 22, Sotheby 

Pickering, £5 5s. 

Jordan (T.) Poeticall Varieties : or Varietie of Fancies, first 
ed. (some headlines cut away and last 7 leaves remargined), 
hf. mor., T. C. for H. Blunden, 1637, sm. 4to. (161), Dec. 
6, Hodgson Dobell, £2 los. 

Jordanus Memorarius. Arithmetica (a Jacobo Fabro Stapu- 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [jov 

lensis), Musica libris demonstrata quattuor, Epitome in 
libros Arithmeticos Severini Boetii, lit. (^Oti^. parva, 72 
leaves [Hain ♦9436, Proctor 8137]. diagrams and figures 
(wormed), [colophon] Parisiis, Jo. Higmanus et Wol- 
gangus Hopilius, siiis laboribus et impensis . . Et idem quoq^ 
facit David Lauxius Brytanniis Hdinburgensis ubiq^ ex 
architypo diligens operis recognitor, 1496 — Sacrobosco (Jo. 
de). Tractatus de Sphera, lit. flOtt). parva, 32 leaves. 
with signs., title within woodcut border, spherical dia- 
grams (wormed), Impressum Pari si i per Wolgangum 
Hopylium, 1500 — Epitome Compendiosa q5 introductio 
in libros Arithmeticos Boetii (cxii. leaves), spherical and 
other diagrams (wormed), Paris., W. Hopilius et H. 
Stephanus, 1503, in i vol., contemp. Netherlands oak 
bds. and stamped leather, centre panels, the under one 
containing full-length figure of the Emperor Charlemagne, 
stamps as in the upper cover, clasps (rebacked), stamp 
of Buxheim Carthusian library on title, sm. folio (3348), 
Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £^0 

Jornandes et Paulus Diaconus. De Rebus Gothorum. Paulus 
Diaconus. Foroiuliensis de Gestis Langobardorum, roman 
letter, woodcut on first page with title on a shield, by Hans 
Burgkmair, ornamental initials and printer's device (by 
Hopfer), hf. cf. (Ashburnham copy, £^ 3s. in 1897), 
Augsburg, Joh. Miller, 21 Mar., 1515, sm. folio (246), Dec. 
10, Christie Tregaskis, ;^3 

[First ed. of Jornandes. Paulus was first printed with 
Eutropius in 1471. Proctor 10826. Collation: a8, b-d6, 
aa-ffG, GG-HH4 = 70 leaves, unnumbered. d6 blank.] 

Josephus (Fl.) De Imperatrice Ratione, deque inclyto septem 
fatrum Macabaeorum . . . . a D. Erasmo Roterodamo, 
recognitus, roman letter, 35 hnes to a page, 15 full-page 
woodcuts of tortures, woodcut initials, hf. mor., ex-libris 
Marquis d'Adda, [C6hi\ Excud. suis typis Eucharius 
Ceruicornus \c. 1517], sm. 4to. (247), Dec. 10, Christie 

Tregaskis. £^ 5s. 
[Probably the first Latin ed. Proctor 10580. Colla- 
tion : a8, BC4, d8, EF4, gh8 = 48 leaves.] 

Journal des Dames et des Modes, col. plates of costume, hf. 
cf., 1821-2, 8vo. (1338), Oct. 23, Sotheby Spencer, £2 los. 

Journal of Hellenic Studies, Vol. iv.-xxix. (wanting Vol. xxiii.. 
Part i., and Vol. xxviii., Part ii.), illustrations, in parts as 
issued, 1883-1909 — Supplementary Papers, 3 vol. (two in 
foUo), 1892, 1900 — Council's Report, 1889, 1883-1909, 
8vo. (1241), Oct. 23, Sotheby Porter, £<\ 

[£6 5s., same state, Feb. 20, Sotheby, Lot 269.] 

Journal of Sentimental Travels. See Combe (W.) 

Joutel (Capt.) See La Salle and Joutel 

Jovius (Paulus). Eigentliche vnd gedenckwiirdige Contra- 
facturen oder anbildungen, wolverdienter vnnd Weit- 
berumpter Kriegshelden, etc., flottjic letter, 133 ports., a, 
H-R4=72 leaves, unnumbered, mor. ex., g.e., by Rividre, 

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jov] Book-Prices Current. 

Getruckt zu Basel hey Peter Perna, 1577, sm. 4to. (192), 
Dec. 10, Christie Davis & Orioli, £^ 15s. 

Jovius (Paulus). Elogia Virorum bellica Virtute illustrium, 
LARGE PAPER, woodcut initials (last leaf defective), con- 
temp. Venetian cf. gt., au pointille ornaments, the sides 
elaborately tooled in the style of Grolier, g.e., not subject 
to return, Florentiae, L. Torrentinus, 1551, folio (267), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Lubrano, £2.0 

Junius. Letters of Junius, 2 vol., mor., g.e., by Kalthoeber, 
with his ticket. Printed by T. Bensley, 1794, 8vo. (1372), 
Nov. 5, Sotheby Heffer, £7, 5s. 

Junius. Letters of Junius, ports., 2 vol., cf., 1801, 8vo. (175), 
May 23, Puttick Sawyer, £1 2S. 6d. 

Junot (Mdme.) See D'Abrantes 

Justinianus (Imp.) Novellae . . cum Canonibus Sanctorum 
Apostolorum, Gregorio Halvandro interprete, Graece et 
Latine, contemp. German (?) leather, stamped panels, 
within borders, roses in comers, orig. metal chain, Norem- 
bergae, sive in Castro Norico apud Jo. Petreium, 1531, folio 
(3358), Nov. 22, Sotheby Quaritch, £61 

Justinus. In Trogi Pompei Historias libri XLIV., roman 
letter, 140 leaves, the first page of text surrounded by a 
woodcut Renaissance border, painted in various colours, 
with a crest at the bottom, large capitals painted, old 
mor. ex., g.e. (from the Pembroke collection, ;^205 in 1914), 
Venice, Nicolas Jenson, 1470, sm. folio (384), March 18, 
Christie Ellis, £1^^ 

[Ed. princeps. A fine copy, with one of the earliest 
woodcut borders used at Venice. A few MS. notes. Hain 
9647, Proctor 4067.] 

Juvenal. Opera cum tribus commentariis Ant. Mancinelli, 
Dom. Calderini, Merulae et Georgii Valla?, etc., lit. rom., 
8 prel. leaves and cxc. numbered leaves, with signs. 
[Hain *97ii. Proctor 21 16], rubricated, contemp. MS. 
notes, contemp. German (?) oak bds. and leather, with 
numerous small stamps, one clasp, in fair state, [colophon] 
N umber ge impressum per Ant. Koberger, m.cccc.xcvii. 
die vero vi. Decebris (1497), folio (3360), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Parsons, £6 

Juvenal. Satyrae cum Comment. Domitii Calderini, ed. 
princeps of this commenatry, lit. rom., 96 leaves, without 
marks, including the 10 leaves at end after the colophon 
not mentioned by Hain, i blank (4 leaves supplied in 
MS.) [Hain *9688, Proctor 4239], old cf., with Marl- 
borough arms, r.e., [colophon] Libri Impressi Venetiis 
arte et ingenio Jacobi de Rubeis, natione Gallici viii. Kl. 
Maias, Anno Christi m.cccclxxv., sm. folio (3359), Nov. 
22, Sotheby Lewine, £6 

Juvenal. [Satirae.] " Textus Juvenalis sine Commento," lit. 
gotE)., long lines, 25 to a full page, 79 leaves, with signs, 
[not in Hain or Proctor], device of De Marnef on title, 
new hf. veil., r.e., [colophon] Impressus Parisiis O^a 

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i 



Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [kak 

Georgii Wuolf Cadensis Anno . . M.CCCC.XC.III. die 
Penultima mensis Mail, sm. 4to. (684), Feb. 20, Sothebv 

Tregaskis, (a 

Juvenal et Persius. Satyrae, first Aldine ed., unpaged and 
without the anchor (thumbed), mor. gt., g.e., Venetiis, 
Aldus, 1501, Svo. (367), Aug. 7, Sotheby ^ciggs,f,s 'os. 

Juvenal et Persius. [Satirae.] Commentarii Joannis Bntannici 
in Juvenalem, printed in peculiar upright italic letters 
(plain margins of title mended, stained and wormed), 
Venetiis ex aed. Alexandri Paganini, 15 16, sm. folio (463). 
April 8, Sotheby Tregaskis, £^ 3s. 

[XVI. century Italian mor. gt., elaborate scroll orna- 
ments, with a cardinal's arms in centres (badly repaired).} 

Juvenal et Persius. Satyrae, old cf., given by David Garrick 
to John Ranby, Eton, 1757, with inscription on fly-leaf, 
Dublinii, 1746, Svo. (99), Nov. 13, Puttick Maggs, £2 

Juvenal et Persius. Satyrae (several leaves stained), mor. 
gt., Birmingham, Baskerville, 1761, 4to. (408), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Bain, £2 5s. 

Juvenal et Persius. Satires, trans, into English verse by 

Dryden, first ed., large paper, hf. cf. gt., 1693, folio 

(703), April 8, Sotheby Tregaskis, £'^ los. 

[A small paper copy, in hf. cf., realised 19s., same sale. 

Lot 702.] 

Kaempfer (E.) History of Japan, trans, by J. G. Scheuchzer,. 
copperplates, name on title, 2 vol., cf. gt. (rubbed), 1728^ 
folio (693), Aug. 7, Sotheby Hughes, £^ 

Kalender (Deutsch). Das ist der Teutsch Kalender mit den 
figuren, oot()ic letter, 32 lines to a page, woodcuts, orna- 
mental initials, mor. ex., g.e., by Lortic (Didot's copy), 
Getruckt zu Augspurg in der Kayserlichen stat von Hannsen 
Froschauer, 1522, sm. 4to. (248), Dec. 10, Christie 

Sotheran, £1^ los. 
[Collation : a-f8, g6, h4 = 58 leaves, unnumbered. One 
or two leaves misplaced.] 

Kane (Paul). Wanderings of an Artist among the Indians of 
North America, col. plates and woodcuts, hf. cf. (worn), 
1859, 8vo. (416), Jan. 23, Puttick H. Stevens, £^ 

Kann (R.) Catalogue of his Collection of Pictures, photo- 
gravures, 2 vol., wrapper, Paris, 1907, folio (54), Nov. 26, 
Christie Forester, £2 15s. 

Kann (R.) Catalogue of his Collection : Pictures and Objets- 
d'Art, plates, 4 vol., wrappers, Paris, 1907, 8vo. (486), 
May 23, Puttick Rimell, £6 los. 

[Karl der Kuhn und der Burgundische Krieg], semi-got^ic 
letter, 8 full-page woodcuts, mor. gt., by Trautz-Bauzonnet, 
[5./., Strassburg, H. Knoblochtzer], 1477, sm. folio (249), 
Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, ;^28o 

[First and only (?) ed. Hain 8345 (8344 in Hain being 
a dififerenf work) . Not in British Museum or Bodleian. 
This poem is generally known as the " Historie von Peter 

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kar] Book-Prices Current. 

Hagenbach." Collation : lo leaves, without signatures or 
marks. Illustration in catalogue.] 

Karslake (F.) Book-Auction Records from 1903 to 191 2-13, 
being Vol. i. to x., buckram, t.e.g., 8vo. (409), Oct. 24, 
Hodgson Crawshaw, £4 2S. 6d. 

Kay (Jno.) Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etch- 
ings, 2 vol., hf. cf., Edinh., 1837-8, 4to. (492), March 19, 
Puttick Last, £1 8s. 

Kaye (Sir J. W.) History of the Sepoy War, 3 vol. — Malleson 
(Col.) History of the Indian Mutiny, with Analytical 
Index, by F. Pincott, Library ed., together 7 vol., orig. 
cl., 1896, 8vo. (519), Dec. 12, "Hodgson Hejfer, £1 5s. 

[Kearsley (Jno.)] Letter to a Friend ; Containing Remarks 
on a Discourse Proposing a Preparation of the Body for 
the Small-Pox, pp. (2) -16, stitched, uncut (top corner of 
4 leaves, small tear in margin of title and top margin of 
last leaf repaired), reproduction of title in catalogue, 
Philadelphia, Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1751, 
8vo. (451), Nov. 19, American Art Association $60 

Keats (J.) Endymion, first ed. (with the 5-line errata), mor., 
uncut, by Tout, Printed for Taylor 6^ Hessey, 1818, 8vo. 
(1120), July 22, Sotheby Bumpus, £16 los. 

[/14 I OS., cf. gt., g.e., signature on title, with Vol. xix. 
of the " Quarterly Review " containing the criticism, 
July 22, Sotheby, Lot 568.] 

Keats (J.) Endymion, first ed., with " Erratum " leaf and 
5 -line " Errata " slip, orig. bds., uncut, autograph inscrip- 
tion of Sir Charles W. Dilke on fly-leaf. Printed for Taylor 
6- Hessey, 1818, 8vo. (3383), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Sabin, £40 los, 

Keats (J.) Lamia, first ed. (v/ith the 4 leaves of advertise- 
ment at end), orig. bds., uncut (the back label defective), 
in box, Printed for Taylor and Hessey, 1820, cr. 8vo. 
(1121), July 22, Sotheby Hill, £38 

Keats (J.) Lamia, first ed., orig. bds., with paper label, 
Printed for Taylor &' Hessey, 1820, 8vo. (3384), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £-^0 

Keats (J.) Poems, first ed., head of Shakespeare on title, 
orig. bds., uncut, with back label, fine copy, Frederick 
Locker-[Lampson's] copy, with his ex-libris, in case, 
C. & J. Oilier, 1817, cr. 8vo. (11 19), July 22, Sotheby 

Wilmer, £'2.00 

Keats (J.) Poems, first ed., inscription on title, " to C. Wil- 
kinson from the Author," cf. (broken), C. & J. Oilier, 181 7, 
8vo. (3382), Feb. 25, Sotheby Sabin, £'>,y 

Keats (J.) Poems, overseen by F. S. Ellis, 300 copies printed, 
veil., uncut, Kelmscott Press, 1894, sm. 4to. (466), July 22, 
Sotheby Shepherd, £1^ 

Keightley (Thos.) Fairy Mythology, first ed., plates by W. H. 
Brooke, 2 vol., cf, ex., uncut, t.e.g., W. H. Ainsworth, 
1828, 8vo. (951), May 14, Sotheby Edwards, £1 12s. 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [kev 

Keith (A. B.) Responsible Government in the Dominions, 
3 vol., orig. buckram, Oxford, 1912, 8vo. (205), Dec, 19, 
Hodgson Hill, £1 2s. 

Keith (Geo.) Doctrine of the Holy Apostles & Prophets the 
Foundation of the Church of Christ, first ed., hf. mor., 
pp. (2) 17, reproduction of title in catalogue, Boston, 
printed for Samuel Phillips at the Brick Shop, 1702, sm. 
4to. (311), April 10, American Art Association 1 155 

[Keith (Geo.)] Some Reason and Causes of the Separation 
That hath come to pass at Philadelphia betwixt us, called 
by some the Separate Meeting, And Others that meet 
apart from us, uncut, pp. 36 (two blank corners torn), 
reproduction of title in catalogue [Philadelphia, printed 
by William Bradford, 1692], sm. 4to. (291), April 10, 
American Art Association $ioq 

Keith (Geo.) Testimony Against that False & Absurd Opinion 
Which some hold, viz., That all True Believers and Saints 
immediately after the Bodily Death attain to all the 
Resurrection they expect, etc., mor., uncut, by Pratt, 
pp. 12 (tear in title and 3 leaves repaired), reproduction 
of title in catalogue [Philadelphia, printed by William 
Bradford, 1692], sm. 4to. (288), April 10, American Art 
Association $i35 

[Keith (Geo.)] Vision Concerning The Mischievous Separation 
Among Friends in Old England, cf. gt., pp. 7 (two leaves 
repaired), reproduction of title in catalogue. Printed and 
Sold by Will Bradford at Philadelphia, 1692, sm. 4to. (293), 
April 10, American Art Association $130 

Kelham (Robt.) Dictionary of the Norman or Old French 
Language, cf., n.d. — Domesday Book Illustrated, cf., 
1788, together 2 vol., 8vo. (43), Jan. 22, Sotheby 

Crompton, £1 los. 

[Kelly (H.)] Thespis, or a Critical Examination into the Merits 
of the Principal Performers belonging to Drury-Lane 
Theatre, cf. gt., by Riviere, 1766, 4to. (896), April 8, 
Sotheby Shepherd, £1 is. 

Kelmscott Press. German Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century, 
ed. by S. C. Cockerell, 35 woodcuts, 225 copies printed, 
bds., uncut, 1897, folio (492), July 22, Sotheby 

Shepherd, £4 4s. 

Kelmscott Press. See also under Author's Names and Titles 

Kenrick (Thos.) British Stage and Literary Cabinet, col. 

ports, by G. and R. Cruikshank, 5 vol., unbd., no title to 

Vol. ii., some extra ports, inserted, not subject to return, 

1817-21, 8vo. (1388), Nov. 5, Sotheby Spencer, £11 

[£4 5s., hf. cf.. Vol. i. only. May 23, Puttick, Lot 422.] 

[Key (F. S.)] National Songster ; or, a collection of the most 
admired Patriotic Songs, on the Brilliant Victories, 
achieved by, the Naval and Military Heroes of the United 
States of America, first Hagers-Town ed., pp. 40, orig. 
gray wrappers, in case, Hagers-town, Printed by John 

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Gruber and Daniel May, 1814, 8vo. (464), Nov. 19, Ameri- 
can Art Association $62 
[Contains the first publication in book-form and the 
first publication in any form after its first appearance in 
the Baltimore American of Key's " The Star Spangled 
Banner." Orig. autograph legal document by Key in- 
serted.] 

Kidd (J. B.) Views in the Island of Jamaica, 44 plate's, 31 in 
col., hf. mor. (rubbed), n.d., foho (977), June 17, Sotheby 

Spencer, £1^ los. 

Killigrew (T.) Comedies and Tragedies, first ed., with the 
port, (defective, some wormholes in margins), old cf. 
(cracked), H. Herringman, 1664, folio (300), Dec. 6, 
Hodgson Myers, £7 

[£/\. 5s., old cf., port, missing, from Garrick's library, 
Dec. 4, Sotheby, Lot 1378.] 

Kilhgrew (Sir W.) Three Playes, viz., Selindra, Pandora, 
Ormasdes, first ed., with separate titles, old sheep, Printed 
by T. Mabb, 1665, 8vo. (1389), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Pickering, £^ 7s. 6d, 

King (Ed.) Munimenta Antiqua, or Observations on Antient 
Castles, plates, 4 vol., hf. mor., 1 799-1805, folio (1534), 
April 8, Sotheby Last, £1 8s. 

Kinglake (A. W.) Eothen, folding col. frontispiece and plate, 
russ. gt., g.e., presentation copy from the author, with 
inscription, 1845, 8vo. (812), Dec. 17, Sotheby Vaughan, £2 

Kinglake (A. W.) Invasion of the Crimea, maps and plans, 
8 vol., cf. ex., by Riviere, 1863-87, 8vo. (242), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Bumpus, £^ j^s. 

Kingsley (Chas.) Works, Library ed., large paper, 525 sets 
published, port., 19 vol., cf., elaborately gt., t.e.g., uncut, 
by Zaehnsdorf, London, Macmillan, 1901-1903, 8vo. (254), 
March 6, American Art Association 1 137.50 

Kingsley (Hy.) Ravenshoe, first ed., 3 vol., orig. cl., ex- 
library copy, 1862, 8vo. (3385), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Bain, £1 i6s. 

Kingston (Duchess of). See Chudleigh (Eliz.) 

Kip (Jno.) Britannia Illustrata, 80 engravings, old cf. (broken), 
1707, folio (1016), Dec. 4, Sotheby Last, £5 5s. 

Kip (Jno.) Britannia Illustrata, 157 double plates (only), 
in 2 vol., old cf. (rebacked), H. Overton, 1714, folio (331), 
Dec. 12, Hodgson Parsons, ;^io 5s. 

Kip (Jno.) Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne, map 
and 80 double-page plates by I. Kip after L. Knyff, 
stamp on title, old cf. gt., Londres, 1708, folio (495), Dec. 
4, Sotheby Hill, £/\ los. 

Kipling (R.) A Nativity, 4 leaves, including title and two 
pages of text printed on one side of leaf only, orig. printed 
wrappers, one of about 12 copies printed for copyright 
purposes. Garden City, New York, Doubleday, Page & 
Company, 191 7, i2mo. (175), March 13, American Art 
Association $16 

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Oct.. 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [kip 

Kipling (R.) Ballad of the Bolivar, original holograph MS., 
2i pp. 8vo., signed [Jan. 28th, 1892] {2085), April 22, 
Christie, presented by Sir Sidney Low £75 

Kipling (R.) Departmental Ditties and other Verses, first ed., 
in the orig. wrapper, with Hap and orig. piece of red tape 
(margin cut into in one leaf by the orig. binder), Lahore, 
1886 (2551), April 22, Christie, presented by Mrs. John 
Gordon £^2 

[£i^, orig. wrapper, with flap. Aug. 7, Sotheby, Lot 543.] 

Kipling (R.) Destroyers at Jutland, 4 parts (54 pp.), orig. 
printed wrappers, one of about 12 copies printed for 
copyright purposes, Garden City, New York, Doubleday, 
Page & Company, 1916, i2mo. (172), March 13, American 
Art Association $21 

Kipling (R.) Echoes, by two Writers, first ed., mor. ex., g.e. 
(presentation copy, with three orig. verses), Lahore, printed 
at the " Civil and Military Gazette " Press [1884] (2550), 
April 22, Christie, presented by Mr. Frank Gielgud ^94 

Kipling (R.) In Black and White, first ed., orig. wrappers, 
Allahabad, n.d. (1889), 8vo. (241), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Spencer, £^ 
[;{3 8s., orig. wrappers, name on title, Aug. 7, Sotheby, 
Lot 529.] 

Kipling (R.) Jungle Book, first ed. — The Second Jungle 
Book, together 2 vol., illustrations by J. L. KipHng, etc., 
orig. blue cl., 1894-7, S'^o- (247). Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Heffer, £2 2s. 

Kipling (R.) Kim, first ed., illustrated, orig. cl., laid in is a 
type-written letter, signed in full, Nov. i6th, 1907, London, 
1901, i2mo. (166), March 13, American Art Association $7 

Kipling (R.) Letters of Marque, first ed., orig. cl., Allahabad, 
1 891, 8vo. (135), Nov. 13, Puttie Shepherd, £^ 4s. 

Kipling (R.) Mesopotamia, 4 leaves, including title and two 
pages of text, printed on one side of leaf only, orig. printed 
wrapper, one of about 12 copies printed for copyright 
purposes, Garden City, New York, Doubleday, Page & 
Company, 191 7, i2mo. (176), March 13, American Art 
Association 1 1 1 

Kipling (R.) Phantom 'Rickshaw and other Tales, first ed. 

(first issue), orig. wrappers, Allahabad (1888), 8vo. (132), 

Nov. 13, Puttick Spencer, £^ 

[£i los., orig. wrappers, second issue, same sale. Lot 

133 ; £/[, same state, first issue, Dec. 17, Sotheby, Lot 240.] 

Kipling (R.) Phantom 'Rickshaw and other Eerie Tales, first 
ed. and first issue, with 5 leaves of advertisements and 
with the apostrophe before 'Rickshaw and the periods 
After A. and H. in A. H. Wheeler on cover, orig. wrap- 
pers (No. 5 of the Indian Railway Library, " Reprinted 
in chief from the ' Week's News ' "), Allahabad, n.d. 
(1888), 8vo'. (541), Aug. 7, Sotheby Spencer, ;^3 8s. 

Kipling (R.) [Plain Tales from the Hills], orig. holograph MS. 

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kip] Book-Prices Current. 

Poem of 20 lines, published in Plain Tales from the Hills, 
signed in full, dated Simla, Aug. i8th, 1887, commencing — 
" By the hoof of the Wild Goat uptossed. 
From the Cliff where She lay in the Sun, 
Fell the Stone." 
(2084), April 22, Christie, presented by Miss Sibyl Heeley 

Kipling (R.) Quartette : The Christmas Annual of the Civil 
and Military Gazette, by Four Anglo-Indian Writers, 
orig. wrappers, Lahore, " The Civil and Military Gazette "" 
Press, 1885, 8vo. (544), Aug, 7, Sotheby Spencer, ^3 

Kipling (R.) Schoolboy Lyrics, printed for private circulation 
only, cl. (without the orig. wrapper), Lahore, 1881 (2552), 
April 22, Christie ^^72 

Kipling (R.) Story of the Gadsbys, first ed., with 5 leaves of 
advertisements, orig. wrappers (No. 2 of the Indian 
Railway Library, " Reprinted in chief from the ' Week's 
News ' "), Allahabad, A. H. Wheeler & Co., n.d. (1889), 
8vo. (538), Aug. 7, Sotheb}^ Spencer, £^ 5s. 

Kipling (R.) Tales of " The Trade." I. Some Work in the 
Baltic, 9 pp. ; II. Business in the Sea of Marmora, 11 pp. ; 
II. Ravages and Repairs, 10 pp., together 3 parts, orig. 
printed wrappers, one of about 12 copies printed for 
cop^'-right purposes, Garden City, New York, Doubleday, 
Page & Company, 1916, i2mo. (173), March 13, American 
Art Association $21 

Kipling (R.) The Brushwood Boy, illustrations (in col.) by 
F. H. Townsend, orig. cl., London, 1907, sm. 8vo. (168), 
March 13, American Art Association $7 

[Inserted is a type-written letter, signed in the auto- 
graph of Kipling, dated " Dec. 12th, 1908," to Miss C. 
Welch.] 

Kipling (R.) The Neutral, 4 leaves, printed on one side of 
page only, orig. printed wrapper, one of about 12 copies 
printed for copyright purposes. Garden City, New York, 
Doubleday, Page & Company, 191 6, 8vo. (174), March 
13, American Art Association $21 

Kipling (R.) The New Army (Infantry) : The Men at Work, 

8 pp. 8vo., orig. printed wrappers, one of about 12 copies 
printed for copyright purposes. Garden City, New York, 
Doubleday, Page & Company, 19 14 (171), March 13, 
American Art Association $21 

Kiphng (R.) The War in the Mountains. I. The Roads of 
an Army, 9 pp. ; II. Podgora, 9 pp. ; III. A Pass, a King 
and a Mountain, 9 pp. ; IV. Only a Few Steps Higher Up, 

9 pp. ; V. The Trentino Front, 7 pp., together 5 parts, 
orig. printed wrappers, one of about 12 copies printed for 
copyright purposes. Garden City, New York, Doubleday, 
Page & Company, 1917, i2mo. (177), March 13, American 
Art Association $30 

Kipling (R.) Under the Deodars, first ed., with 5 leaves of 
advertisements, orig. wrappers (No. 4 of the Indian 

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Oct., 191 7 to Aug., 1918. [kre 

Railway Library, " Reprinted in chief from the ' Week's 
News'"), Allahabad, n.d. (1880), 8vo. (540), Aug. 7, 
Sotheby Spencer, l-^ 83. 

Kipling (R.) Wee Willie Winkie, first ed., orig. wrappers, 
Allahabad, n.d. (1889), 8vo. (242), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Spencer, £1 

Kipling (R.) Works, Bombay ed., limited ed., signed by the 

author, 23 vol., hf. canvas, uncut, 1913-15, roy. 8vo. 

(3387), Feb. 25, Sotheby Davidson, li-j 

[At this sale other sets in the same state realised ^15 

5s., £1^ 15s. and £1$ 13s. respectively. Lots 3388, 3394-5-1 

Kitton (F. G.) Charles Dickens by Pen and Pencil, ports., 
facs. and illustrations, 3 vol., mor. gt., uncut, t.e.g., by 
Wood, fine copy, 1890-2, folio (1336), Nov. 5, Sotheby 

Maggs, £7 5S. 

Kirchen Ordnung, In meiner gnadigen herm der Marggrauen 
zu Brandenburg und eins Erbem Rats der Stat Niirmberg 
oberkeyt und gepieten, 2 parts in i vol., lit. QOtt)., cf. ex., 
g.e. (from the Huth library, £ig in 1914), [colophon] 
Getrnckt [zu Basel] diirch Johan Petreium, 1533, folio (957), 
April 29, Sotheby Bates, £6 

Kircher (A.) China Monumentis, engraved front., port., maps 
and plates, veil., Amstelodami, 1667, folio (477), June 17, 
Sotheby Maggs, £2 8s. 

Klein (Rudolf). Felicien Rops, reproductions of his works, 
plates, some col., hf. mor., t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, Paris, 
n.d., folio (815), Dec. 17, Sotheby Rimell, £1 lis. 

Knight (R. P.) Account of the Remains of the Worship of 
Priapus ... to which is added, a Discourse on the Worship 
of Priapus, first ed., illustrations, orig. mor. gt., g.e. 
(rubbed), London, printed by T. Spilsbury, 1786, 4to. 
(259), March 6, American Art Association $35 

Knight (R. P.) Account of the Remains of the Worship of 
Priapus. New ed., to which is added The Worship of the 
Generative Powers, plates, hf. mor., t.e.g., Privately 
printed, 1894, 4to. (453), June 26, Puttick Hill, £2 12s. 6d. 

Knight (R. P.) Discourse on the Worship of Priapus, illustra- 
tions, hf. roan, t.e.g., Privately printed, 1865 — Transactions 
of the Blavatsky Lodge, of the Theosophical Society, hf. 
mor., t.e.g., 1890, etc., together 3 vol., 4to. (816), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Heffer, £^ 15s. 

Knight (T. A.) Pomona Herefordiensis, 30 col. plates and 
letterpress, cf. gt., 181 1, 4to. (195), April 29, Sotheby 

Thompson, £2 8s. 

Kosewitz (W. F. von). Eccentric Tales, first ed., 20 etchings 
by G. Cruikshank after Crowquill, bds., uncut, 1827, 8vo. 
(414), May 23, Puttick Spencer, £2 los. 

Kretschmer (A.) and Rohrbach (C.) Costumes of All Nations, 
col. plates (some loose), H. Sotheran, 1882, folio (227), 
July 22, Sotheby Edwards, £i 12s. 

KPYIITAAIA. Recueil des Documents pour servir 5, I'^tude 

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lab] Book-Prices Current. 

des Traditions populaires, 12 vol., red cl., uncut, Heilbronn et 
Paris, 1883-1911 (820), Dec. 17, Sotheby Neumayer, £^ 5s. 

Labat (F. J.-B.) Noveau Voyage aux Isles de rAmerique, 
plates, maps and plans, 6 vol., old cf. gt., Paris, 1722, 8vo, 
(189), Dec. 19, Hodgson Edwards, £1 4s. 

La Borde (J. B. de). Choix de Chansons raises en Musique, 
port, by Masquelier after Denon, 100 plates by Moreau 
and others, text and music engraved by Moria and Mile. 
Vend6me, 4 vol. in 2, cf. gt., g.e., Paris, I'j'j^, 8vo. (26), 
May 13, Sotheby Edwards, ;^ii2 

La Bruyere (Jean de). Les Caractdres de Theophraste, mor. 
ex., g.e., by Petit, succr. de Simier, 1694, 8vo. (73), Nov. 
13, Puttick Kingdon, £1 

Lace, Works on. See Danieli (B.), Glen (J. B.), Libro Quarto 
de rechami, Libro Primo de rechami, Patrons de diverses 
manieres. Sera (Dom. de), Vavassore (G. A.), Vecellio 
(C), Vinciolo (F. de), Zoppino (N.) 

Lacepiera. Libro dell' occhio morale, cut on title, roman 
letter (a-h 8) [Hain 9805, Proctor 542], veil., Venetior 
[Johannes Rubeus], 1496, sm. 4to. (458), March 18, Christie 

Davis & Orioli, £4 5s. 

Lacollombe (De). Nouveaux dessins d'Arquebuseries, title 
and 7 plates (should be 11) of sword-handles, etc., mor. 
ex., g.e., by Lloyd [Paris], 1730-43, oblong folio (459), 
March 18, Christie Edwards, £5 los, 

Lacombe (H.) Dictionnaire du vieux Langage fran^ois, 2 vol., 
contemp. mor. gt., g.e., coat-of-arms on sides, Paris, 1766, 
8vo. (196), April 29, Sotheby Parsons, £6 5s. 

Lacroix (P.) Le Dix-Septieme Siecle, Institutions, Usages et 
Costumes — Lettres, Sciences and Arts — Le Dix-huitieme 
Sidcle. Institutions, ^Usages et Costumes — Lettres, Sciences 
and Arts. Moyen Age. Arts, Sciences and Lettres — Vie 
Militaire — Moeurs, Usages et Costumes, together 8 vol., 
chromos and other illusrations, cl. ex., Paris, Firmin- 
Didot, 1871-80, super imp. 8vo. (734), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Parsons, £'/ 

Lacroix (P.) Military and Religious Life in the Middle Ages, 
1874 — The Arts in the Middle Ages, 1875 — Manners, 
Customs and Dress during the Middle Ages, 1876 — 
Science and Literature in the Middle Ages, 1878 — The 
XVI nth Century, 1876, together 5 vol., col. lithographs 
and other illustrations, as issued, imp. 8vo. (3397), Feb. 
25, Sotheby Parsons, £^ 5s. 

[;^3 5s., another set, in the same state, same sale. Lot 

3399] 

Lacroix (P.) Science and Literature — Arts, Military and Re- 
ligious Life and Manners and Customs of the Middle Ages 
— The Eighteenth Century in France, together 5 vol., 
chromo-lithographs and woodcuts, hf. mor. (damaged), 
v.d., imp. 8vo. (37), Aug. 7, Sotheby Edwards, £$ 4s. 

Lactantius (L. C.) De Divinis Institutionibus ed. princeps, 
184 leaves, including blanks, semi-flot^tc letter, the 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [laf 

first page with an illuminated initial in gold and col., 
with emblazoned coat-of-arms, 8 other illuminated initials 
and many others painted, old mor. ex., g.e. (from the 
Pembroke collection, ;^8io in 191 4), In uenerabili monas- 
terio Sublacensi [Subiaco, Conrad Sweynheym and Arnold 
Pannartz], 30 Oct., 1465, sm. folio (460), March 18, Christie 

Quay itch, ;^6io 
[The spaces for the Greek quotations in the early part 
of the work left blank, but after leaf 1 1 these quotations 
are mostly printed in. Wants two leaves of errata, but 
has the blank leaf after the table and two blanks at end ; 
one leaf mended. Hain 9806, Proctor 3288.] 

Lactantius (L. C.) [Opera.] De Divinis institutionibus adversus 
Gentes, etc., lit. rom. (with Greek), 227 leaves, with signs. 
[Hain *98i4, Proctor 4332], painted capitals (outer 
margins of first 2 leaves renewed), new mor. ex., g.e., 
Impressum Venetiis impendio Johts de Colonia ; Johtsz 
Mathen de Gheretzem sociorum, Anno 1478, sm. folio 
(1124), July 22, Sotheby Maggs, £5 

Lactantius (L. C.) [Opera.] " De Divinis Institutionibus; De 
Ira Dei; et Opificio hominis cum Epithomon eiusdem.," 
lit. rom. (with Greek), 138 leaves, with signs. [Hain- 
Copinger *98i6. Proctor 5376], mor. ex., g.e., Venetiis^ 
Vincentius Benalius, 1493, sm. folio (1125), July 22, 
Sotheby Atkinson, £;^ 

Ladies' Cabinet (The) of Fashion, Music and Romance, col. 
plates of costume (some cut into), 9 vol. only (Vol. i., ii., 
iv.-vi., xi.-xiv.) (2 leaves of Vol. v. defective), hf. mor., 
1837-42, 8vo. (117), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

London Book Co., £1 los. 

Laet (Jean de). Notae ad Dissertationem H. Grotii De 
Origine gentium Americanarum, 2 parts in i vol., old cf., 
Amstelodami, apitd L. Elzevirium, 1643-4 (32), Dec. 17^ 
Sotheby |l Prosser, £1 

La Fontaine (J. de). Amours de Psyche et de Cupidon, 4 col. 
plates after Schall, Holland paper, orig. hf. cf., uncut 
(rubbed), Paris, Defer de Maisonneuve, 1791, roy. 4to. 
(81), Jan. 24, American Art Association $70 

La Fontaine (J. de). Amours de Psyche et de Cupidon, 4 
plates printed in col., bds., uncut, with prospectus leaf 
at end of a companion vol., " Le Paradis Perdu, par 
Milton," Paris, chez Defer de Maisonneuve, de V Imprimerie 
de P. F. Didot jeune, 1791, 4to. (864), April 29, Sotheby 

Duncan, £^-^ 

"Lai Fontaine (J. de). Amours de Psyche et de Cupidon, ed. 
orn^e de (8), figures dessinees par Moreau le Jeune, port., 
old cf. gt., g.e. [Paris, Didot le Jeune, An III. (i795)]» 
4to. (891), May 14, Sotheby Bumpiis, /lo 5s. 

La Fontaine (J. de). Amours de Psyche et de Cupidon, 6d. 
stereotypy, exemplaire sur grand papier fin d'essone, 
plates after Moreau, modern mor. ex., t.e.g., uncut, in 

XXXII. (353) 12 



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case, finel}^ bound, Paris, Stereotype d'Herhan, se Vend 
chez Renouard aIII. = i8o4, 8vo: (965), May 14, Sotheby 

Parsons, -^^ 5s, 
La Fontaine (J. de). Amours de Psyche et de Cupidon, ornee 
de 26 figures de Borel, gravees en couleurs par Vigna- 
Vigneron, tirage unique a deux cent exemplaires, with the 
plates in three states, outline, bistre and col. -printed, 2 
vol., orig. mottled bds., uncut, Paris, T. Belin, 1899, 4to. 
(892), May 14, Sotheby Jaschke, £12 

La Fontaine (J. de). Contes et Nouvelles en vers, engravings 
in the text, 2 vol. in i, old French mor. gt., Amsterdam, 
chez Henry Deshordes, 1685, 8vo. (514), May 14, Sotheby 

Heffer, £3 
La Fontaine (J. de) . Contes et Nouvelles en Vers, ed. Fermiers- 
Generaux, port., plates after Risen and vignettes by 
Choffard, etc., the " Cas de Conscience " and " Diable de 
Papefiguiere " decouverte, 2 vol. (Vol. i. wanted 8 leaves 
at end, Vol. ii. wanted 4 leaves), old French mor. gt., g.e. 
(Derome), d Amsterdam [Paris, Barbou], 1762, 8vo. (960), 
May 14, Sotheby Edwards, £48 

La Fontaine (J. de). Contes et Nouvelles en Vers, Fermiers- 
Generaux ed., 2 ports., 80 engravings after Eisen (that to 
" Le Cas de Conscience " decouverte) and 52 tail-pieces 
by Choffard, 2 vol., con temp. mor. ex., silk lining, g.e., 
Amsterdam [Paris], 1762, 8vo. (279) , Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Sabin, £^^ 
[Some of the plates slightly discoloured or stained.] 

La Fontaine (J. de). Contes et Nouvelles en Vers, ed. Fermiers 
Generaux, ports, of La Fontaine and Eisen by Fiquet, 80 
plates by Eisen and 57 vignettes by Choffard, the " Cas 
de Conscience " and " Diable de Papefiguiere " Decou- 
vertes, 2 vol., contemp. mor. gt., g.e., Amst. [Paris, 
Barbon], 1762, 8vo. (461), March 18, Christie Dighton, £110 
[Several plates in duplicate, being variations of the 
same scenes. The portrait of Choffard in the earliest 
state.] 

La Fontaine (J. de). Contes et Nouvelles en Vers, port., 80 

plates and 64 vignettes by Eisen and Gravelot (without 

letters), 2 vol., mor., g.e., A Amsterdam, 1764, post 8vo. 

(626), Feb. 20, Sotheby Thorp, £\^ 5s. 

\£^ 15s., old French cf. gt., same sale, Lot 590.] 

La Fontaine (J. de). Contes et Nouvelles en vers, plates 
(reversed) and vignettes, counterfeit of the " fermiers 
generaux " ed., 2 vol., bds. (titles cut), w.a.f., Amst., 
1764, 8vo (173), May 23, Puttick Allen, £^ 

La Fontaine (J. de). Contes et Nouvelles en Vers, vellum 
paper, Mition om6e de la suite des 20 figures de Fragonard, 
Malet et Touze, extra illustrated with upwards of 300 
engravings, comprising the series of figures and fleurons 
by Eisen and Choffard for the edition of 1762, the series 
of figures of Desenne and Chasselat, and various plates, 
vignettes and ports., after Moreau, Deveria, Queverdo, 

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Girardet, etc., 2 vol., mor. gt., t.e.g., uncut (E. Bosquet), 
Paris, Didot rAin6, 1795, roy. 4to. (825), Dec. 17, Sotheby 

Halliday, £22 

La Fontaine (J. de). [Contes et Nouvelles en Vers.] Set of 38 
plates after Lancret, Boucher, Eisen, Pater, etc., illustrat- 
ing the Tales of La Fontaine, proofs on Japanese paper, in 
portfolio, n.d., 4to. (254), May 23, Puttick Hill, £2 

La Fontaine (J. de). Fables choisies, mises en vers, large 
PAPER, front, and 275 plates by Oudry, 4 vol., old hf. 
russ. (broken), Paris, chez Desaint cS- Saillant, 1755-59, 
folio (230), July 22, Sotheby Hill, £\o los. 

[Apparently the late issue with the inscription " Le 
Singe et le Leopard " on the ensign in the first plate to 
the 172nd Fable.] 

La Fontaine (J. de). Fables choisies mises en vers, les figures 
par le S*" Fessard, le texte par le S^ Montulay, engraved 
throughout, plates, vignettes and ornaments by Monnet, 
Meyer, and others, 6 vol., contemp. French mor. gt., arms 
of Jerome Frederic Bignon in gold on sides, g.e., by Pade- 
loup le jeune, fine copy, Paris, i^hez t'Auteur, 1765-75, 8vo. 
(312), June 10, Sotheby Parsons, /i 35 

La Fontaine (J. de). Tales, imitated in English Verse port, 
and plates by Eisen, re-impressions of the Fermiers- 
Generaux ed. inserted, 2 vol., mor., uncut, t.e.g., by 
Riviere, London, privately printed. 1814, 8vo. (963), May 
14, Sotheby Bain, £f) 15s. 

[La Fronde.] Recueil de 73 Pieces du Temps de La Fronde et 
du Ministdre du Card. Mazarine [en Prose et en Vers], 
bound in 2 vol., mor., uncut, t.e.g., by Hammond, a col- 
lection of rare tracts, Paris, etc., 1649-50, sm. 4to. (895), 
May 14, Sotheby Ellis, £12 

La Gueriniere (R. de). l^cole de Cavalerie, first ed., engraved 
title and 23 plates (the first frayed), old cf., J. Collombat, 
1733, folio (197), April 29, Sotheby Edwards, £^ 

Lahontan (Baron). Voyages dans I'Amerique Septentrionale, 
seconde ed., folding maps and plates, 2 vol., old cf., A La 
Have, 1706, i2mo. (772), Oct. 24, Hodgson 

Stevens, Son S' Stiles, £'^ 3s. 

Lajarte (T. de). Bibliotheque Musicale du Theatre de I'Opera 
— Catalogue Historique, Chronologique, Anecdotique, 2 
vol., ports, by Le Rat, mor. gt., uncut, t.e.g., Paris, 1878, 
8vo. (27), May 13, Sotheby Dobell, £^ los. 

Lamb (C.) Elia : Essays which have appeared under that 
signature in the London Magazine, 1823 — Last Essays, 
1833, together 2 vol., first eds., uncut, in cl. wrappers 
within cases, 1823-33, 8vo. (3403), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Garth, £^s 

Lamb (C.) Poetical Recreations of the Champion, hf. cf.. 
Printed at the Champion Press, by and for John Thelwall, 
1822, 8vo: (71), Dec. 17, Sotheby Norman, £\ 12s. 

Lamb (C.) Specimens of English Dramatic Poets, first ed., 

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orig. bds., uncut (defective), 1808, 8vo. (3402), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby Maggs, £^ 

Lamb (C.) Tale of Rosamund Gray and Old Blind Margaret, 
first ed. (wanting title and two blank leaves at end, dedica- 
tion and last page discoloured, one leaf torn and repaired), 
1798 : bound with The Life and Writings of J. B. Bossuet, 
by C. Butler, 1812, 2 vol. in i, hf. cf., sprinkled edges, 
1798, 8vo. (954), June 17, Sotheby Spencer, £^ los. 

Lamb (C.) Tales from Shakespeare, first ed., copperplates by 
Mulready and Blake, 2 vol. in i, hf. roan, m.e. (the plate 
of the " Last Entertainment of Timon " torn, several 
leaves and 3 plates stained), 1807, 8vo. (1281), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Leicester, £1^ 15s. 

[/18 5s., same copy, June 17, Sotheby, Lot 576.] 

Lamb (C.) Tales from Shakespeare, first issue of the first ed., 
before the advertisements were printed on pp. 237-8, 
plates by W. Blake (an attempt has been made to colour 
frontispiece to Vol. i.), plates, as usual, shorter than the 
text (one leaf torn across and plate torn, four leaves 
frayed, a few leaves foxed), 2 vol., orig. bds. (back strips 
gone), uncut. Printed for Thomas Hodgkins, at the Juvenile 
Library, Hanway St., 1807, 8vo. (515), July 22, Sotheby 

Sabin, /61 

Lamb (C.) Tales from Shakespeare, large paper, illustra- 
tions by Rackham, buckram, uncut, t.e.g., 1909, 4to. 
(827), Dec. 17, Sotheby Danielson, £1 los. 

Lamb (C.) Works, port., 4 vol., cf. gt., m.e., Moxon, 1855, 
8vo. (220), Jan. 22, Sotheby Low, £1 14s. 

Lamb (R.) Original and Authentic Journal of Occurrences 
during the late American War, Dublin, 1809 — Memoir of 
his own Life, ib., 181 1, together 2 vol., uniform contemp. 
cf. gt., 8vo. (571), July 29, Sotheby Maitland, £^ 3s. 

Lana (F.) Prodromo : ouero Saggio di alcune inuentioni 
nuoue premesso all' Arte Maestra, 20 plates, including one 
of the earliest known designs for a " Flying-Boat " or 
balloon, orig. bds., uncut, Brescia, 1670, folio (729), Dec. 
12, Hodgson Rimell, £-^ 

Landor (W. S.) Dry Sticks Fagoted, first ed., A.L.s. from the 
author pleading for help for the great grandson of Defoe 
inserted, orig. cl., Edin., 1858, 8vo. (102), Dec. 12, Hodgson 

Tregaskis, £2 

Landrin (M.) Recueil de soixante-quatre feuilles de Contre- 
Danses, engraved throughout, plates of music and illus- 
trations of the figures, in i vol., cf., Paris, n.d., 8vo. (13), 
May 13, Sotheby £/^ los. 

Lanfrey (P.) History of Napoleon the First, 3 vol., cf. ex., 
by Riviere, 1871-6, 8vo. (254), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Edwards, £4 7s. 6d. 

Lang (A.) Ballads and Lyrics of Old France, first ed., orig. 
cl., with the blank first leaf, 1872 (131), Jan. 23, Puttick 

James, £1 15s. 

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Lang (A.) History of Scotland, fronts., 4 vol., new hf. of. gt., 
m.e., 1900-7, 8vo. (256), Oct. 23, Sotheby Mackay, £2 los. 

Lang (A.) Prince Charles Edward, one of 1,500 copies on 
fine paper, plates and vignettes, front, in colours, mor. 
ex., g.e., Goupil & Co., 1900, 4to. (540), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Sotheran, £;^ 5s. 

Langdale (C.) Memoirs of Mrs. Fitzherbert, port., autograph 
presentation copy, extra illustrated by the insertion of 
37 ports, and 3 A.Ll.s., including one from Mrs. Fitz- 
herbert, cf. ex., t.e.g., by Riviere, 1856 (143), Dec. 12, 
Hodgson Lowe Bros., £4 

Langford (J no.) A just and cleere Refutation of a false and 
scandalous Pamphlet entituled Babylons fall in Mary- 
land, &c. And A true Discovery of certaine strange and 
inhumane proceedings of some ungratefuU people in 
Maryland (margins of pp. 5-6 pasted together, p. 25 cut 
in headline and p. 27 side-note cut into), unbd., autograph 
signature of Bishop Kennett on title, Printed for the 
Author, 1655, sm. 4to. (294), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

H. Stevens, £1^1 
[Orig. ed. ;^i82, same copy, probably returned for 
undiscovered defects, July 30, 191 7, Sotheby, Lot 89.] 

Langland (Wm.) Vision of Pierce Plowman, now fyrste im- 
prynted by Roberte Crowley, dwellyng in Ely rentes in 
Holbourne Anno Domini 1505 (1550), first ed., bladt 
letter, woodcut title, cf. gt., g.e., by F. Bedford, Im- 
prynted at London by Roberte Crowley, 1550, 4to, (830), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Young, £'j 7s. 

Langley (B.) City and Country Builder's and Workman's 
Treasury of Designs, 186 plates, old cf., 1740, 4to. (199), 
April 29, Sotheby Bain, £^ los. 

Langley (B.) City and Country Builder's and Workman's 
Treasury of Designs, 186 plates and 14 additional plates 
at the end, old cf., 1745 (445), Dec. 4, Sotheby Bain. ^3 6s. 

Lansdowne (Geo. Granville, Lord). The Jew of Venice, a 
Comedy, first ed. (last leaf mended, a few stains), mor. 
ex., g.e., B. Lintot, 1701, 4to. (744), April 8, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £2 6s. 

La Perouse. See Perouse 

La Primaudaye (P. de). The French Academic. The second 
part of the French Academic, trans, into English, 2 vol., 
old cf. gt., 1614, 1605, 4to. (loii), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Dobell, £2 15s. 

Larivey (P. de). Les Six Premieres Comedies Facecieuses, 
first ed., hf. mor. (few leaves wormed), 1579, 8vo. (56), 
Nov. 13, Puttick Barnard, £1 6s. 

La Rochefoucauld (F.) Reflexions ou Sentences et Maximes 
Morales, first ed., front., mor., g.e., Paris, 1665, 8vo. 
(831), Dec. 17, Sotheby Quaritch, /12 

Larrey (I. de). Histoire des deux Triumvirats, nouvelle ed., 
augment^e de I'Histoire d'Auguste, plates, 4 vol., French 
mor. gt., g.e., arms of Princesse Sophie of France, daughter 

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of Louis XV., Trevoux, par la Compagnie, 1741, 8vo. (316), 
June 10, Sotheby Parsons, £g los. 

La Salle (R. de) and Joutel (Capt.) Journal Historique du 
Dernier Voyage . . . dans le Golfe de Mexique, premiere 
ed., with the orig. folded map (name erased from title by 
ink), orig. cf., r.e., Paris, chez E. Robinot, 1713, 8vo. (402), 
April 29, Sotheby B. F. Stevens, ;^io 

Lascaris (Con.) Compendium Octo Orationis Partium, Gr. et 
Lat. (ed. tertia), 62 leaves [Hain 9922, Proctor 7127], 
Impressw^n Vicentiae, per T.eonardum de Basilea, xviii. Kal. 
Julii, 1489 — Eiusdem Tiepl 'Ovo/xaros /cai "pTj/iaroi, Graec6^ 
ed. princeps (18 leaves, including blank for a j) [Hain 
9925], a. u. n., in i vol., mor. ex., g.e., by W. Pratt, with 
some rough edges [Huth copy, ;^i6 los. in 1914], sm. 4to. 
(253), June 3, Sotheby Barnard, ;^ii los. 

Latimer (Hugh). Sermons preached before . . Lady Catherine 
Duches of Suffolke, 1552, blacfe letter, full-page woodcut 
and colophon, 3 parts, not subject to return, old cf.. 
Imprinted at London by John Day, 1571-2, 4to. (214), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Halliday, 12s. 

[Latour-Landry (Geoff roy de).] Spiegel der Tugend und 
Ersamkeit, got^ic letter, 31 long lines to a page, 40 wood- 
cuts (? should be 46) and ornamental initials, bds.,. 
Getruckt zu Strassburg durch I oh. Knoblouch, 15 19, sm. 
4to. (253), Dec. 10, Christie Quaritch, ;^ii 

[The fifth ed. in German. Nine leaves are in fac. Col- 
lation : cxviii. + Register, 5 leaves +1 blank =124.] 

La Trau (Olivier de). Le Portrait racourcy de Monseigneur 
reminentissime Cardinal de Grimaldi, orig. veil, gt., 
covered with gt. tooling, g e., name " Due de Valentinois " 
on title, Paris, par Ant. Estienne, 1643, 8vo. (317), June 
10, Sotheby Quaritch, £S 

Laurent de I'Ardeche (P. M.) Histoire de Napoleon, col. 
plates and illustrations by Horace Vernet, hf. mor., 1840^ 
8vo. (177), May 23, Puttick Ward, £1 7s. 6d. 

Laurentinus. De Arte Metrica, MS. on paper, first page il- 
luminated (63 leaves), headings in red and blue, oak bds. 
and stamped leather, 4 clctsps, metal corner studs, a port, 
in relief on sides, [at end] p. vrbomii loais lacobi de vrbdis 
die V. Nouebis ana 1495, i2mo. (464), March 18, Christie 

Ellis. £25 

Lavater (J. C.) Essays on Physiognomy, trans, by H. Hunter, 
plates by HoUoway and others, 5 vol., cl. bound, 18 10,. 
4to. (411), Aug. 7, Sotheby Arnold, £1 17s. 

Laverack (E.) The Setter, 2 col. plates, orig. cl., 1872, 8vo. 
(90), Feb. 20, Sotheby Murray, £1 6s. 

Law (E.) Vandyck's Pictures at Windsor Castle, ed. de luxe, 
3 parts, 60 copies on Japanese veil, paper, signed, 30 
plates in photogravure, wrappers as issued, 1898-99, folio 
(462), March 25, Sotheby Kenyon, £5 

Lawes (H. and W.) Choice Psalmes put into Musick for three 
voices, 4 parts in i vol., musical notation (last title and 

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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [lee 

last leaf and corners of a few leaves mended), mor. gt., 
g.e., by F. Bedford, /. Young for Humphrey Moseley, 
1648, 4to. (loi), May 13, Sotheby Terry, l^-j 

[£id> {Barnard), unbd., two parts only, April 29, Sotheby, 
Lot 201.] 

Lawes (H. and W.) Choice Psalms put into Musick for Three 
Voices, and 9 Canons by W. Lawes, 3 parts (only), ports, 
of Carolus Rex (Cantus Primus part wants port., several 
headlines shaved), cf., /. Young for Humphrey Moseley, 
1648, 4to. (301), May 14, Sotheby Quaritch, ^28 

Lawrance (Mary). Collection of Roses from Nature, 91 col. 
plates, including front., MS. index on fly-leaf and on back 
of front., old English mor. gt., g.e., by Staggemeier, with 
his label, 1799, folio (640), April 29, Sotheby Parsons, £65 

Lawrence (Sir Thos.) Cabinet of Gems, with Memorials by 
P. G. Patmore, tinted plates, orig. cl., g.e., 1837, 4to. 
(483), March 19, Puttick Long, £6 5s. 

Lawson (Wm.) New Orchard and Garden, hlatk letter, wood- 
cuts (title cut into, side notes on p. 12 cut into), B. Alsop 
for R. Jackson, 1618 — [Markham (Gervase).] The In- 
richment of the Weald of Kent, bladt letter, folding map, 
G. P. for R. Jackson, 1625 — Expert Gardener, or a Treatise 
in Grafting and Gardening, woodcuts (wormed), R. Heme, 
1640, in I vol., cf. ex., sm. 4to. (236), July 22, Sotheby 

Maggs,£^ 15s. 

Leabhar Breac, the Speckled Book : Collection of Pieces in 
Irish and Latin (complete in 2 vol., 1872-76), facsimiled 
from the orig. manuscript, bds. as issued, R. I. Academy, 
1876, folio (624), July 29, Sotheby Maitland, £2 i8s. 

Le Blon (J. C.) Coloritto ; or, The Harmony of Colouring in 
Painting, text in French and EngUsh, 4 col. plates (should 
be 5), hf. cf., n.d. (c. 1730), 4to. (166), Feb. 20, Sotheby 

Ellis, £^2 

Lecky (W. E. H.) History of England in the Eighteenth 
Century, 8 vol., hf. cf. gt., 1878-90, 8vo. (261), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby . Bumpus, £5 15s. 

Lecky (W. E. H.) History of England in the Eighteenth Cen- 
tury, 8 vol., cl. as issued, 1888-90, 8vo. (237), July 22, 
Sotheby Bain, £4 

Lecky (W. E. H.) History of Rationalism in Europe, 2 vol., 
1866 — History of European Morals, 2 vol., 1869— De- 
mocracy and Liberty, 2 vol., 1896, together 6 vol., uniform 
cf. gt., m.e., 8vo. (260), Oct. 23, Sotheby Bumpus, £^ los. 

Le Clerc (Seb.) Battles of the Duke de Guise, front, of monu- 
ment and 10 plates of battles, paper cover {Paris, s.d.), 
sm. foho (1068), April 29, Sotheby Quaritch, £^ 

Le Clerc (Seb.) Triat6 de Geometric, folded plates, old mor. 
gt., g.e., Paris. Jombert, 1744 — Nouvel Office pour les 
Chevaliers de I'Ordre du St. Esprit, old mor. gt., g.e., 
Jmpr. Royale, 1816, together 2 vol., 8vo. (480), Feb. 20, 
Sotheby " Quaritch, £8 los. 

Lee (Nat.) Works, containing Thirteen Tragedies, in i vol., 

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hf. cf. antique, r.e., David Garrick's copy, with his ex- 
Ubris, 1694, 4to. (1645), Nov. 5, Sotheby Dobell, £2 4s. 

Leech (J.) FoUies of the Year, col. etchings from Punch's 
Pocket Books, hf. mor., g.e., 1844-64, oblong folio (836), 
Dec. 17, Sotheby Maggs, £1 

Leech (J.) Pictures of Life and Character, five series com- 
plete, illustrations, 5 vol., hf. bd., as issued, 1864-9, oblong 
folio (838), Dec. 17, Sotheby Quaritch, £1 i6s. 

Leech (J.) Portraits of Children of the Mobility, with Memoirs 
[by P. Leigh], 8 col. lithographs, front, (foxed), orig. cl., 
R. Bentley, 1841, 4to. (865), April 29, Sotheby 

Piatt, £2 5s. 

Leech (J.) " Young Troublesome," or Master Jackey's Holi- 
days, first ed., 12 col. illustrations, cf. gt., g.e., by Riviere, 
orig. wrappers bd. in, n.d., oblong 4to. (840), Dec. 17, 
Sotheby Edwards, £2 7s. 

Le Fevre de la Boderie (Guy). La Galliade, ou de la Revolu- 
tion des Arts et Sciences [Poeme], cf. gt., g.e., Paris, chez 
Guillaume Chaudiere, 1578, sm. 4to. (465), March 18, 
Christie Quaritch, £1^ los. 

Le Fevre (R.) Recuyell of the History es of Troye, trans, by 
Caxton and ed. by H. H. Sparling, 3 vol. in 2, limp veil., 
Kelmscott Press, 1892, sm. folio (112), Dec. 6, Hodgson 

Maggs, £7 
{£11, same state, July 22, Sotheby, Lot 450.] 

Legende des sainctz nouueaulx, got^tc letter, double columns, 
27 lines to a page, with signatures, painted initials, oak 
bds. and leather, with clasps (worn), Imprime p. bartholo- 
mieu buyer citoye de lyon . . . . le vinctiesme iour daoust, 
1477, sm. folio (467), March 18, Christie Quaritch, £/^o 

[Wanting the table and i leaf (h8). At the end, by the 
same printer, is "la vie et les miracles que nostre benoit 
sauueur me seygneur ihesuscrist." Collation : (i) a-q 8, 
r 6. (2) a-c 8, d 6, e-g 8, h 10 (last a blank).] 

Legends of Terror and Tales of the Wonderful and the Wild, 
woodcuts, hf. mor. gt., uncut, t.e.g., Sherwood, etc., 1826, 
(973), May 14, Sotheby Pickering, £1 12s. 

Legrand (Jac.) Le Livre intitule de Bonnes Moeurs, MS. on 
veil. [French], 88 leaves (gf by 7in.), written in lettres 
batardes, 30 lines to a page, 5 ornamental initials painted 
in gold and colours, with borders, and 5 miniatures, other 
smaller initials painted, xviiith century French mor. gt., 
g.e., Early xv. cent., 4to. (319), June 10, Sotheby 

B. F. Stevens, 3^340 
[A fine example of illumination and calligraphy, in 
excellent preservation. The work is the orig. of the 
" Boke of Gode Maners," printed by Caxton in 1487, in a 
version made by himself from the French. The author 
was otherwise known as Jacobus Magnus. A description 
of this MS. appears in the catalogue.] 

Lehenrecht (Buch der) [trans, by J. Pflantzmann] , gotf|ic 
letter, woodcut on reverse of title representing the emperor,. 
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Oct., 1917 TO Aug., 1918. [lem 

six electors and the Court of Wurtemberg, 3 ornamental 
initials, with 2 ornamental woodcut pages at beginning 
and end, orig. wrappers (mended), hf. cf. (title and several 
leaves repaired), Gedruckt durch maister Erharte Radtolt 
{sic) zu Augspurg, 1493, sm. folio (254), Dec. 10, Christie 

Quaritch, £\ 
[First ed. in German. Copinger III. 4730. Collation : 
a-e8 = 40 leaves, unnumbered.] 

Leicester (Sir P.) Historical Antiquities of Great Britain and 
Ireland, coats-of-arms, W . L. for R. Clavell in Little 
Britain, 1673, folio (79), April 8, Sotheby Quaritch, £<} 
[XVII. century French mor. gt., with monogram, 
J. B. C, and the large arms of J. B. Colbert and 
Collar of St. Esprit (in excellent state). From Sir A. 
Fountaine's library.] 

Leigh (Ger.) Accedens of Armorye, large paper, woodcut 
title and coats-of-arms painted heraldically (has no fold- 
ing woodcut at end as in other eds.), R. Tottel, 1576 — 
Bossewell (John). Workes of Armorye, first ed., large 
PAPER, blacfe letter, coats-of-arms painted heraldically. 
In aedibus Richardi Totelli, 1572, in i vol., contemp. 
English (Lyonnese) cf., cartouches enclosing the name 
" Hugh Grantham " (mended) (from the Ashburnham 
library, £1^ in 1897), sm. 4to. (3370), Nov. 22, Sotheby 

Edwards, £1$ 

Leisenstrit (Joh.) Catolisch Pfarbuch, Kurtze Fragstiicke 
von den Sacrament, etc. (5 works), lit- flOtl)., with wood- 
cuts (the first treatise wormed). Coin, durch Mart. Cho- 
linum, 1578, thick sm. 4to. (565), April 8, Sotheby 

Edwards, £11 5s. 
[XVI. century German oak bds. and cf., the sides 
stamped in compartments, with legends in Latin, centre 
panel of ornamental pillars and medallion heads, with 
date 1559, metal and leather clasps (one broken). Some- 
thing like Weale, No. 756, but with variations. Four 
wormholes in cover.] 

Le Keux (J. H.) and Cooper (C. H.) Memorials of Cambridge, 
LARGE PAPER, platcs on India paper, photographs and 
woodcuts (spotted), 3 vol., hf. mor. gt., g.e., not subject 
to return, 1860-6, 4to. (900), Oct. 23, Sotheby 

Sotheran, £1 8s. 

Leland (J.) [Itinerary.] Laboryouse Journey and serche for 
Englandes Antiquitees, enlarged by Johan Bale, first ed., 
blacfe letter, orig. blank leaf at end (title torn and worn, 
small hole running throughout the book), cf. gt., Johan 
Bale, 1549, 8vo. (77), Feb. 20, Sotheby Barton, £5 

Le Maire de Beiges (Jean). Les Illustratios de Gaule et Singu- 
laritez de Troye (trois livres), avec les deux Epistres de 
lamant Verd — Le Traictie de la Differece des Scismes et 
des ConciUes de leglise — L'Epistre du Roy a Hector de 
Troye. Et aucunes autres CEuvres assez dignes de veoir, 
lit. OOt^., woodcuts, devices, coats-of-arms, etc. (some col.), 

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LEMj Book-Prices Current. 

in I vol. (first title scribbled on), new cf. gt., Paris, E. & 
J. de Marnef et Pierre Viart, 1520-1, folio (617), July 22, 
Sotheby David, £4 4s. 

Le Maire de Beiges (Jean). Les Illustrations de Gaule et 
Singularitez de Troye . . par Antoine de Moulin, title 
within woodcut border, " Bibliotheca Colbertina," modern 
French cf. gt., g.e., Lvon, Jean de Tournes, 1549, folio 
(1207), May 14, Sotheby Hill, £^ 

Lemegeton, or the Clavicula. See Solomon 

Lemon (Mark). The Enchanted Doll, first ed., illustrations by 
R. Doyle, mor. gt., cartouche, enclosing the name ' 'Mary," 
probably the dedication copy to Mary Dickens, Bradbury 
& Evans, 1849, 8vo. (974), May 14, Sotheby Maggs, ^5 5s. 

Lemon (Mark), The Enchanted Doll, first ed., illustrations 
by R. Doyle, mor. gt., silk linings, rough edges, t.e.g., by 
Zaehnsdorf, orig. pink bds. bd. in, Bradbury & Evans, 
1849, 8vo. (845), Dec. 17, Sotheby Maggs, £2 3s. 

Lennox (W. P., Lord). Celebrities I have Known, 2 vol., 
1876 — My Recollections, from 1806 to 1873, 2 vol., 1874 — 
Fifty Years' Biographical Reminiscences, 2 vol., 1863 — 
Fashion Then, and Now, 2 vol., 1878 — Coaching, with 
Anecdotes of the Road, 1876 — Plays, Players and Play- 
houses, 2 vol., 1881, together 11 vol., hf. mor. gt., g.e., 
1863-81, 8vo. (1458), Nov. 5, Sotheby Maggs, £^ 5s. 

Leo (J no.) Geographical Historic of Africa, trans, by John 
Pory (corner torn off c 5), old cf., 1600, sm. folio (202), 
April 29, Sotheby Ellis, £S los. 

Le Pautre (Jean). Designs for Gates, Vases, Entrances, 
Altars, Panels, Cartouches, etc., and designs by other 
artists, 156 plates (some mounted), orig. impressions, in 
2 vol., hf, bd., Paris, s.d., sm. 4to. (727), Feb. 25, Sotheby 

Tregaskis, £^ los. 

Le Pautre (Jean). Oiuvres d'Architecture, engraved titles 
and 698 plates. Vol. i.-ii. (should be 3 vol., containing 787 
plates), hf. mor., g.t., Paris, Cellot & Jombert fils, 1751, 
sm. folio (642), April 29, Sotheby Parsons, £18 

Lepolemo. Libro del inuecible cauellero Lepolemo hijo del 
Empador de Alemaiia, lit. flOtf)., double columns, title in 
red and black, with woodcut above of two mounted 
knights jousting, title and engraving within ornamental 
woodcut borders, old cf., coat-of-arms in gold on sides, 
silk ties, [colophon] Acabose de impriniir la presente obra 
en la insigne ciudad de Seuilla ; en casa de Juan cromberger ; 
a veynte de Agosto, 1534, sm. folio (517), May 14, Sotheby 

Quaritch, ^25 

Le Roy (Fr.) Dialogue de Consolation entre Lame et Raison, 
lettres batardes, title within woodcut border, full-page 
cut on reverse (mended), mor. ex., g.e., by Hardy, from 
the Butler collection, Paris, P. Sergent, 1537, sm. 8vo. 
(230), March 18, Christie Tregaskis, £20 

Le Sage (A. R.) Gil Bias, ed. ornee de figures en taille douce 
gravees par les meilleurs Artistes de Paris, port, and 28 

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plates, 4 vol., some leaves mended, French cf. gt., g.e., 
Paris, de I'lmprimerie de Didoi jeune. Van in. [1795], ovo, 
(323), June 10, Sotheby Edwards, £5 los. 

Le Sage (A. R.) Gil Bias, trans, by Martin Smart, 100 en- 
gravings, col. by hand at a later date, 4 vol., mor. gt., 
t.e.g., by Riviere, London, 1807, i2mo. (92), Dec. 3, 
American Art Association $55 

Le Sage (A. R.) Gil Bias, trans, by B. H. Malkin, plates after 
R. Smirke (foxed), 4 vol., mor. gt., g.e., 1809, 8vo. (1154), 
Oct. 23, Sotheby Maggs, £6 5s. 

Le Sage (A. R.) Gil Bias, trans, by T. Smollett, 15 col. en- 
gravings, 3 vol., cf. gt., London, 1819, 8vo. (82), Jan. 24, 
American Art Association $23 

Le Sage (A. R.) Gil Bias, pr6cM6e d'une notice par M. Sainte- 
Beuve, port, and plates, 2 vol., mor. ex., g.e., by Morrell, 
Paris, Garnier, 1864, 8vo. (238), July 22, Sotheby 

G. H. Brown, £2 los. 

Le Sage (A. R.) Gil Bias, trans, by T. Smollett, 3 vol. — As- 
modeus, or the Devil upon two Sticks — History of Vanillo 
Gonzales, together 5 vol., etchings by R. de Los Rios, hf. 
cf. gt., g.e., 100 copies printed, 1881, 8vo. (605), Oct. 23, 
Sotheby Post, £^ 

Leschevin (Isaac). Portraits, Palisades et Hayes pour enricher 
les Jardins, no title, dedication leaf and 10 plates, hf. 
mor., Utrecht, Salamon de Roy, 1635, folio (644), April 29, 
Sotheby Quaritch, £S los. 

Leslie (C. R.) and Taylor (T.) Life and Times of Sir Joshua 
Reynolds, inlaid and extra illustrated with ports, referred 
to in the work, mezzotint ports, by Faber, etc., engrav- 
ings, etc., 2 vol. 8vo., extended to 12 vol. folio, mor., 
rough edges, t.e.g., specially printed title-pages, fine copy, 
1865, folio (1264), Dec. 4, Sotheby Suckling, £120 

[£i I2S., not extra illustrated, hf. mor. gt., Oct. 23, 
Sotheby, Lot 1187.] 

Lessons of Thrift, published for General Benefit, by a Member 
of the Save-all Club, col. plates by R. Cruikshank, orig. 
bds., uncut, T. Boys, 1820, roy. 8vo. (3404), Feb. 25, 
Sotheby B. F. Stevens, £6 los. 

L'Estrange (Hamon). Americans no Jewes, or Improbabilities 
that the Americans are of that Race, orig. ed., unbd. (one 
leaf split), W. W. for Henry Seile in Fleet Street, 1652, 4to. 
(186), June 26, Puttick E. W. Stevens, £1^ 

Letarouilly (P.) Edifices de Roma Moderne, port., plan of 
Rome and 355 large plates, 3 vol. super imp. folio and 3 
vol. in 2 of text in 4to., Paris, Firmin-Didot, 1840-57, 
folio (798), Feb. 20, Sotheby Quaritch, £2^ 

Leti (G.) El Teatro Britannico, 2 vol., English mor. gt., with 
centre panel, the whole studded with circles and stars 
characteristic of the work of the Meames, 1683, 4to. (304), 
Aug. 7, Sotheby Edwards, £2'^ 

Levaillant (F.) Travels into the Interior Parts of Africa 

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lev] Book-Prices Current. 

(First and Second Journeys), plates, together 5 vol., cf., 
1790-96, 8vo. (347), Jan. 23, Puttick Ogden, £1 12s. 6d. 
[£i 6s., cf., March 19, Puttick, Lot 165.] 

[Le Vayer de Boutigny.] The Famous Romance of Tarsis and 
Zelie, done into English by Ch. Williams, first ed., front, 
b