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102. BRISSOT DE WARVILLE (J. P.). Nouveau Voyage dans les EtatsUnis de l'Amerique Septentrionale, fait en 1788. Vols. 1 and 2 only. 2 vols. 8vo, full calf (hinges weak). Paris, 1791 FIRST EDITION. These volumes contain the result of the author's enquiries respecting a suitable place to establish a French Colony.
103. BROME (RICHARD). Five New Playes. (Viz.) The Madd Couple well matcht; The Novella; The Court Beggar; The City Witt; The Demoiselle. Portrait wanting. Small 8vo, full blue straight-grain morocco, gilt edges. London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley, 1653 FIRST EDITION. Extremely Scarce. With bookplates of John T. Brockett and Thomas Bell.
104. BROUGHAM (LORD). Albert Lunel. A Novel. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth. London, n.d.
The original edition of this Novel was suppressed on the eve of publication in 1844 and it is said that not above 5 copies are extant. 105. BROWNING (ELIZABETH BARRETT). Casa Guidi Windows. A Poem. 12mo, cloth, uncut. London, 1851 FIRST EDITION.
106. BROWNING (ELIZABETH BARRETT). Last Poems, 1862; The Greek Christian Poets, etc., 1863. 2 vols. 12mo, original cloth, uncut (Publishers' presentation stamp on titles). London, 1862-63
107. BROWNING (ELIZABETH BARRETT). Sonnets from the Portuguese. Ornamental initials. Small 4to, full green levant morocco, the sides very elaborately tooled in a conventional design of flowers, gilt top, uncut, by Riviere. Bost.: Copeland and Day, 1896 A very handsome specimen of binding. With bookplate of Emilie Grigsby. Laid in is a A.L.S. by John Barrett, father of Elizabeth.
108. BROWNING (ROBERT). Poems by Robert Browning. 2 vols. 12mo, original cloth. Boston, 1850 With a most interesting inscription by the author on the fly-leaf: "Mrs. Jameson—with R. B's affectionate regards. Paris, May 8, '52.'' A number of passages are marked in pencil and there is a notation of the page numbers, probably by Mrs. Jameson.
109. BROWNING (ROBERT). The Agamemnon of Eschylus, 1877; La Saisiaz, 1878; Asolando, 1890. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth, uncut. London, v.d.
110. BRYANT AND GAY. A Popular History of the United States, from the First Discovery of the Western Hemisphere by the Northmen, to the End of the First Century of the Union of the States. Profusely illustrated. 4 vols. imp. 8vo, cloth. London, 1876
111. BRYCE (JAMES). The American Commonwealth. Second Edition, revised. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut. London, 1889
112. BRYDGES (SIR EGERTON). The Population and Riches of Nations, considered together, etc. 8vo, wrappers, uncut. Paris, 1819 113. BUCKINGHAM (L. S. F.). Memoirs of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotland. Frontispiece portraits. FIRST EDITION. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth.
London, 1844 114. BUNBURY (H. W.). An Academy for Grown Horsemen; also, Annals of Horsemanship. By Geoffrey Gambado. 27 finely colored plates by H. W. Bunbury. 16mo, original boards, paper label, uncut. London, 1825
EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 12 colored plates by Rowland-
115. BURNABY (ANDREW). Travels through the Middle Settlements in North America. In the Years 1759-1760. With Observations upon the State of the Colonies. SECOND EDITION. 8vo, calf (cover loose).
London, 1775 116. [BURNETT (THOMAS).] A Second Tale of a Tub: or, The History of Robert Powel, the Puppet-Show-Man. Engraved frontispiece. 8vo, full polished calf, gilt back, canary edges. London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1715 FIRST EDITION. This piece is a satire on Sir Robert Walpole. It is sometimes attributed to Thomas Duffet.
117. BURNS (ROBERT). Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect. By Robert Burns. Portrait by Nasmyth, engraved by I. Beugo. 8vo, half crimson levant morocco, rough edges. Edinburgh: Printed for the Author, 1787 The First Edinburgh Edition, with the "skinking" spelling in the Ode to a Haggis. A fine and clean copy of this scarce edition, with the added interest of having belonged to Robert Chambers, who used it in compiling the earliest edition of the Life and Works of Burns, in 1840. Many of the pages contain additions to the original text and comments, in the handwriting of Chambers and of Robert Hogg, a younger brother of the "Ettrick Shepherd," at one time secretary to Sir Walter Scott.
118. BURNS (ROBERT). The Works of Robert Burns; with his Life, by Allan Cunningham. With engraved titles and frontispieces. 8 vols. 12mo, half olive morocco, gilt tops, uncut, by Morrell. London: Cochrane, 1834
Very fine copy.
119. BURNS (ROBERT). The Poetical Works. Engraved portrait. 3 vols. 12mo, full dark green morocco, gilt edges.
London: Wm. Pickering, 1839
The Aldine Edition.
120. BURNS (ROBERT). The Burns Calendar: A Manual of Burnsiana. With a Concise Bibliography, and a Record of Burns Relics. Portrait. 4to, original boards, uncut. Kilmarnock: James McKie, 1874 Only 600 copies printed, each signed by publisher.
121. BURROUGHS (JOHN). The Writings of Burroughs. With portraits and other illustrations. Vols. 1 to 15 inclusive. 15 vols. 8vo, buckram, uncut. Boston, 1904-08 Signed by John Burprinted at the River
The Autograph Edition, limited to 750 copies. roughs and Houghton, Mifflin & Co. Beautifully side Press.
122. [BURTON (ROBERT).] The Anatomy of Melancholy. Engraved title and frontispiece. Royal 8vo, half red morocco, gilt top.
New York, 1847
Written in the Engraved portrait 8vo, half green London, 1800
123. BUTLER (SAMUEL). Hudibras. In Three Parts. Time of the late Wars. With Annotations, and an Index. of Butler by Ridley and woodcuts in the style of Bewick. morocco, gilt top, uncut.
LARGE PAPER COPY, and the first with these illustrations.
124. BUTLER (SAMUEL). Hudibras, a Poem. With Notes, selected from Grey and other Authors, to which are prefixed, a Life of the Author, and a preliminary Discourse on the Civil War, etc. 2 vols. 8vo, old English morocco, richly tooled backs, gilt borders, gilt edges (one back neatly repaired.) London, 1819
A very desirable edition of this famous work, with the series of full-page colored plates by Clark. Plates and text in fine clean condition.
125. BUTLER (SAMUEL). Hudibras. With Notes by the Rev. Treadway Russel Nash. Illustrated with numerous steel portraits, views, etc. 2 vols. 8vo, half green levant morocco, gilt tops, uncut.
126. BYRON (LORD). Hebrew Melodies. 8vo, half green straight-grain morocco, ornamental corners, gilt top, uncut.
A fine, clean copy of the First Edition, with the half-title.
127. BYRON (LORD). Poetical Works. polished calf (a little rubbed, one signature loose).
LARGE PAPER COPY.
128. CABALA: sive Scrinia Sacra. Mysteries of State & Government: in Letters Of illustrious Persons, and great Agents; in the Reigns of Henry_the Eighth, Queen Elizabeth, K. James, and the late King Charles. In Two Parts. In which the Secrets of Empire, and Publique manage of Affairs are contained. With many remarkable passages nowhere else Published. Title in red and black. Small 4to, half calf.
Portrait. 8 vols. imp. 8vo, full
London: Printed for G. Bedel, and T. Collins, 1654 Scarce. The word Cabal is formed from the initial letters of the names of five ministers in Charles the Second's time; viz., Clifford, Ashby, Buckingham, Arlington and Lauderdale.
129. CABINET de l'art de Sculpture. Par le fameux sculpteur Francis Van Bossuit, exécuté en Ivoire ou ebauché en terre. Gravé d'après les dessins de Graat par Mattys Pool. Small folio, half red morocco, gilt top, Amsterdam, 1727
FIRST EDITION of this rare collection, with the engraved title page, dedication portrait of Bossuit and Barent Graat, and 103 engravings of the Sculptor's statuettes of Venus, Cleopatra, Leda and the Swan, etc., etc.
130. CABLE (GEORGE W.). The Creoles of Louisiana. FIRST EDITION. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1884 131 CAINE (HALL). The Bondman. A New Saga. 3 vols. 12mo, origiLondon, 1890 Presentation from author with inscription; signed also by Mary Hale Caine.
132. CALDCLEUGH (ALEXANDER). Travels in South America, during the Years 1819-21, containing an Account of the Present State of Brazil, Buenos Ayres, and Chile. Colored frontispiece, maps, and plates. 2 vols. 8vo, full calf. London: Murray, 1825
133. Caldecott (Randolph). A Complete Set of First Editions of his charming Children's Books, comprising: Come Lasses and Lads. Hey Diddle Diddle.
The Fox Jumps Over the Farmer's
The Farmer's Boy.
An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog.
A Frog He Would a-Wooing Go.
The Diverting History of John
The Great Panjandrum Himself.
The Queen of Hearts.
Ride a Cock Horse, and A Farmer
134. CAMDEN (WILLIAM). Annales Rerum Anglicarum et Hibernicarvm, regnante Elizabetha, ad Annum Salutis M. D. LXXXIX. 2 vols. in
Folio, contemporary calf, rebacked (corner of title repaired).
FIRST EDITION. "Camden's 'Annals of Elizabeth and Bacon's 'History of Henry VIII.' are the only two lives of the Sovereigns of England which come up to the dignity of the subject, either in fulness of matter, or beauty of composition." Selden.
135. CAMDEN (WILLIAM). Remaines Concerning Britaine, But especially England, and the inhabitants thereof. Small 4to, half calf (one hinge weak, and name on title). London, 1623
136. [CAMDEN (WILLIAM).] The Historie of the Most Renowned and Victorious Princesse Elizabeth, late Queene of England. Contayning all the Important and Remarkeable Passages of State both at Home and Abroad, during her Long and Prosperous Raigne. Composed by Way of Annals. Engraved portrait of Queen Elizabeth. Svo, contemporary calf (one cover loose). London, 1630
Very scarce and important work.
137. CAMPBELL (THOMAS). Poetical Works. Illustrated by 20 vignettes from designs by Turner, and 37 woodcuts from designs by Harvey. 8vo, full dark green morocco, gilt ornament on sides, gilt edges, by Hayday. London: Moxon, 1848 Fine copy of the FIRST EDITION with these illustrations.
138. CANALS. A Treatise on the Improvement of Canal Navigation; exhibiting the Numerous Advantages to be derived from Small Canals. By R. Fulton. 17 plates. London, 1796; Observations on the Various Systems of Canal Navigation, with inferences practical and mathematical. By William Chapman. London, 1797. Two works in 1 vol. 4to, cloth.
Both of these works are scarce.
139. [CANNING (GEORGE).] inal calf.
Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin. 12mo, orig
London, 1799 FIRST EDITION. These Parodies on Southey's early poems, when he was a republican in sentiment, were written by George Canning, afterwards Prime Minister of England.
140. CARICATURES. A Series of 38 old caricatures (uncoloured) of political and social subjects by Dighton, Gillray and others. ORIGINAL IMPRESSIONS. Folio, 4to and 8vo, some cut close, but mostly with good margins. Lond. 1777-1827
A SCARCE AND INTERESTING COLLECTION.
141. CARICATURES. The Nurse, a Small acct., Sir! ete. Six race lithographs in colors by William Hunt, Bunbury. Large folio, half morocco.
Beautiful impressions with full margins.
142. CARICATURES. "If horses won't do, Asses will."' "Jack Jolly steering down in ballast trim.'
"A lump of impertinence."
"A Lady's agility."
Bound in one folio volume. 4 rare colored prints by Gilroy, Rowlandson & Roberts.
Dose-ing the Squire, after the designs of
London, Ackermann, 1824-25
143. CARLYLE (THOMAS). The French Revolution, Past and Present, Sartor Resartus, Heroes and Hero Worship, Cromwell's Letters and Speeches. Frontispieces. 6 vols. 8vo, cloth.
London: Chapman and Hall, n.d.
144. CARROLL (LEWIS). Phantasmagoria and other EDITION. 12mo, original cloth, gilt edges (shaken).
145. CARROLL (LEWIS). Through the Looking Glass and what Alice found there. With 50 illustrations by John Tenniel. 12mo, original cloth, gilt edges. London, 1872
146.- -Another copy of the same. 12mo, original cloth (slight rip in hinge). New York and London, 1872
147. CARVER (JONATHAN). Three Years' Travels throughout the Interior Parts of North America, for more than Five Thousand Miles . . . and an Appendix describing the uncultivated parts of America, that are most proper for forming Settlements. 16mo, original sheep.
Walpole, N. H., 1813
148. CATALOGUE. L'Oeuvre de Ch. Jacque. Catalogue de ses EauxFortes et Pointes Seches dresse Par J. J. Guiffrey. 8vo, boards, roan back. Paris, 1866
149. CATALOGUE des Tableaux et Aquarelles de Akkeringa, Bauer, Corot, Daubigny, Millet, Tyron, etc. Collection de feu M. W. J. Van Randwijk de la Haye. Illustrated with reproductions. Folio, cloth, uncut.
150. CAVENDISH (THOMAS, the Circumnavigator). Document Signed. Large folio, vellum. 33 Elizabeth, April 14  Very Rare Signature. Cavendish sailed with Sir Richard Grenville's Virginia voyage in command of one of the ships, and was the second circumnavigator of the world.
151. CERVANTES SAAVEDRA (MIGUEL DE). The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha. Now carefully revised and corrected, with a new translation of the Spanish Poetry. To which is prefixed a copious and new Life of Cervantes. By Charles Jarvis. Portrait and map, and the fine series of plates by Stothard and others. 4 vols., 8vo full sprinkled calf. Canary edges.
London: Printed for William Miller, 1801
Fine copy on Large Paper.
152. CHAPELAIN (JEAN). La Pucelle; on La France delivrée Poeme Heroique. Troisiesme Edition reueue & retouchee. Engraved title and plates by Campion. 12mo, full old calf. Paris, 1657
153. CHARKE (MRS. CHARLOTTE). A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke (Youngest Daughter of Colley Cibber, Esq.). Copperplate portrait. Small 8vo, green morocco, canary edges. London, 1755
154. CHAUCER. The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer; With an Essay on his Language and Versification, an Introductory Discourse, Notes, and a Glossary by Tho. Tyrwhitt. Engraved frontispiece. 5 vols., 8vo, half brown morocco, gilt tops, uncut. London: William Pickering, 1830
155. CHAUCER (GEOFFREY). Poetical Works, with Poems formerly printed with his or attributed to him. Edited, with a Memoir by Robert Bell. Portrait. 4 vols., 12mo, half calf, gilt top, uncut. London, 1892
156. [CHESTERFIELD (EARL OF).] The Oeconomy of Human Life. Translated from an Indian Manuscript written by an Ancient Bramin. To which is prefixed, An Account of the Manner in which the said Manuscript was discover 'd. In a Letter from an English Gentleman now residing in China, to the Earl of * Engraved frontispiece. 8vo, full red morocco, gilt back and sides, gilt edges.
London, 1751 FIRST EDITION. Fine copy. This anonymous work is probably by the Earl of Chesterfield, although usually attributed to Robert Dodsley.