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✓ 319. WAGNER (CHARLES): By the Fireside, and
My Appeal to America. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth and boards.
N. Y. 1904-5 ✓ 320. W[ALKER] (G.), Anglo-Tyrannus, or The Idea of a Norman Monarch, represented in the parallel Reignes of Henrie the Third and Charles King of England, Lond. 1650; A True Copy of that Sermon preached at St. Paul's by Thos. Cheshire, 1641; and 7 other English Political Tracts of the time of Charles I. and Queen Anne. Small 4to. (As a lot.)
1641-1709 _321. WALKS IN ROME [Hare), N. Y. 1871; The Seer
✓ [Leigh Hunt), 2 vols., Bost. 1864; Many Thoughts of Many Minds [Southgate], Lond. 1863; and others. 6 vols.
322. WALLACE (ALFRED R.) Island Life; or, The Phenomena and Causes of Insular Faunas and Floras. Library edn. Illust. 8vo, cloth.
N. Y. 1881 323. WATSON (WILLIAM). The Eloping Angels: a Caprice. FIRST EDN. 12m3, buckram, uncut. Lond. 1893
A. L. S. from the author inserted, with numerous clippings and portraits, and a poem addressed to Watson by Thomas
Hutchinson, written by Mr. Hutchinson on two blank leaves. 324. The Prince's Quest (with bookplate of R. Le Gallienne), Lond. 1893; For England, N. Y. 1903. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth.
325. WHITE (GILBERT), The Natural History of Selborne; The Complete Angler, by Walton, with woodcuts (bookplate of R. Le Gallienne). 2 vols. 16mo, half cloth, paper labels, printed on French hand-made paper.
N. Y. 1903 326. WHITTIER (J. G.) The Tent on the Beach; Among the Hills. FIRST EDNS. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth.
Bost. 1867-69 Maud Muller, illusts.; Mabel Martin, illusts. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth.
Bost. 1872-16 ✓ 328. WILKES (CHAS., U.S. N.). Narrative of the U.S. V Exploring Expedition, 1838–42. (Atlas only.) 4to, full black morocco gilt, gilt edges.
Phil. 1844 The atlas is scarce and is often wanted to complete sets. Contains Track Map, Map of the Antarctic Continent, of the Feejee Group, of the Oregon Territory, and of the southern
portion of Hawaii. / 329. WOOLMAN (JOHN, of Mount Holly, N. J.) Serious Considerations on Various Subjects of Importance. 12mo, original sheep.
N. Y. 1805
330. WORDSWORTH. Some Wordsworth Finds? In-
331. YEATS (W. B.) The Shadowy Waters. Small
portrait inserted from Thos. Hutchinson's collection.
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