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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 espeeially 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. 8vo, 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).] Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin. 12mo, original calf. 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



141. CARICATURES. The Nurse, a Small acct., Sir! Six race lithographs in colors by William Hunt, Bunbury. Large folio, half morocco.

Beautiful impressions with full margins.

Dose-ing the Squire, after the designs of

London, Ackermann, 1824-25

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.

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 Poems. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, original cloth, gilt edges (shaken). London, 1869

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.

[Amsterdam], 1916

150. CAVENDISH (THOMAS, the Circumnavigator). Document Signed. Large folio, vellum. 33 Elizabeth, April 14 [1591] 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.

Fine copy on Large Paper.

London: Printed for William Miller, 1801

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

Very Rare.

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.



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Fine copy.

London, 1751

This anonymous work is probably by the Earl of Chesterfield, although usually attributed to Robert Dodsley.

157. CHURCHYARD (THOMAS). The Mirror of Man, And manners of Men: A sad and solemne Funerall, of the right Honorable sir Francis Knowles; A pleasant Discourse of Court and Wars. 4to, old morocco, by Hayday. Auchinleck, 1816

Privately printed at the Auchinleck Press by Sir Alexander Boswell. One of a series of reprints of the early English classics issued privately under the title of "Frondes Caducae." Presentation inscription by Alexander Boswell on the fly-leaf.

158. CIBBER (COLLEY). Another Occasional Letter from Mr. Cibber to Mr. Pope. 8vo, full calf, blind-tooling. London, 1744


159. CINCINNATI. The Cincinnati Directory, containing the Names, Profession and Occupation of the Inhabitants of the Town with an Interesting Sketch of its Local Situation and Improvements. Large folding map. 12mo, full polished calf, by Morrell. [Cincinnati], 1819


160. CIVIL WAR. McClellan (George B.). Report on the Organization and Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac: to which is added an account of the Campaign in Western Virginia, with plans of Battle Fields. Maps. 8vo, half crimson morocco, gilt top. New York, 1864

161, CIVIL WAR. Maguire (T. Miller). The Campaigns in Virginia, 1861-62. Maps. 8vo, half polished calf, gilt top, original front wrapper bound in. London, 1891

162. CIVIL WAR. The Photographic History of the Civil War. Thousands of scenes photographed in 1861-65, with text by many special authorities. 10 vols. Imperial 8vo, three-quarter green levant morocco, gilt backs, gilt tops, by Stikeman. New York, 1911

163. CLARKE (Mary Anne). The Rival Princes; or, A Faithful Narrative of Facts relating to Mrs. M. A. Clarke's political acquaintance with Colonel Wardle, Major Dodd, etc., who were concerned in the charges against the Duke of York; together with a variety of authentic and important letters and curious and interesting Anecdotes of several persons of political notoriety. 2 vols., full mottled calf, gilt sides and backs, inside dentelle borders, gilt tops, uncut, by Riviere. London, 1810 CHOICE, UNCUT COPY of this Scarce work, illustrated with a fine portrait of Mrs. Clarke engraved by Freeman.

A very extraordinary narrative which throws a strong light on Court Society during the famous scandal.

Mrs. Clarke was the mistress of the Duke of York from 1803-09 and her indiscretions resulted in his being obliged to resign the office of Commander in chief of the British Army.

164. CLASSICS. The Eneid of Virgil, London, 1888; The Poems of Virgil, London, 1893; The Works of Xenophon, Vol. 1, London, 1890; Lucretius' De Rerum Natura, Cambridge, 1891. 4 vols., 12mo and 8vo, cloth.

165. CLASSICS. The Phaedrus, Lysis and Protagoras of Plato, London, 1893; Cicero's Ethical Writings, Boston, 1887; Demosthenes upon the Crown, London, 1893; The Comedies of Aristophanes, 2 vols. London, 1893. 5 vols., 12mo and 16mo, cloth.

166. CLASSICS. The Works of Epictetus, 2 vols., Boston, 1891; The Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, Boston, 1894; The Minor Works of Tacitus, London, 1893. 4 vols., 12mo, cloth.

167. CLERKE (AGNES M.). The System of the Stars. Map and plates. 8vo, cloth, uncut. London, 1905

168. COBBETT (WILLIAM). Rural Rides in the Counties of Surrey, Kent, Sussex, etc. A New Edition with Notes by Pitt Cobbett. 2 vols., 12mo, eloth, uncut (name on titles).

London, 1885

169. COKE (HENRY J.). A Ride over the Rocky Mountains to Oregon and California. With a glance at some of the Tropical Islands, including the West Indies and the Sandwich Isles. Frontispiece portrait on India paper. 8vo, half brown morocco, gilt top, uncut.


London, 1852

170. COLE (TIMOTHY). Old Spanish Masters, Engraved by Timothy Cole. With Historical Notes by Charles H. Caffin and Comments by the Engraver. With 31 fine woodcuts printed on thin Japan paper. Folio, boards, vellum back, uncut. New York, 1907

One of 100 copies printed on hand-made paper at the De Vinne Press. 171. COLERIDGE (SAMUEL TAYLOR). The Keepsake for 1829 and 1830. Illustrated with engraved titles, frontispieces and plates. 2 vols., 8vo, full red straight-grain morocco, gilt edges, by Lloyd, Wallis and Lloyd. London, [1829-1830] Contains 11 contributions by Coleridge, viz.: Eight Epigrams; "The Garden of Boccaccio," "Song," and "The Poet's Answer to a Lady's Question.''

172. COLERIDGE (SAMUEL TAYLOR). Essays on his own Times. Forming a Second Series of The Friend. Edited by his Daughter. 3 vols., 12mo, cloth, paper labels, uncut. London: Pickering, 1850 FIRST EDITION. Autograph presentation copy from Sara Coleridge to Mrs. Henry M. Jones, with inscription on title-page.

173. [COLLIER (JOHN).] Tim Bobbin's Toy-Shop open'd or, his Whimsical Amusements. Containing his View of the Lancashire Dialect; The Poem of the Black Bird; The Goose, etc. Illustrated with very brilliant plates designed by the author, and engraved by Mr. Barlow, of Bolton. 8vo, full sprinkled calf, gilt back, gilt edges. Manchester, 1763

Fine copy of the FIRST EDITION.

174. COLONIAL. Acts of Parliament. 6 pieces, folio, new paper covers. London, 1750-82 Act for encouraging the Culture of Raw silk, 1750-1769; Sugar Trade in America, 1761; Abolishing Paper Bills of Credit as Legal Tender, 1764; Disorders in Colonies, 1778; Act to conclude peace, 1782.

175. COLORED CARICATURES. A series of hand-colored woodcut caricatures entitled "Radical Reformers.'' 32 plates, including frontispiece portrait of Queen Victoria. 8vo, half red calf, gilt top, uncut.

London: Published by J. L. Marks, n.d.

176. COLORED PLATES. Remarks on the Antiquities of Rome and its Environs: Being a Classical and Topographical Survey of the Ruins of that Celebrated City. By Andrew Lumisden. Illustrated with the fine series of engraved aquatint plates, in the most brilliant colorings. 4to, full red straightgrain morocco, gilt back and sides, gilt edges. London, 1797

FIRST EDITION. Very fine copy. With bookplate of John Wilmot, also autograph note by Wilmot.

177. COLORED PLATES. Gillray (James). Egyptian Sketches. A collection of 7 brilliantly colored plates, including the title, all mounted. Oblong 4to, half red morocco. London: Humphrey, 1799

The complete series of these highly humorous sketches in fine clean state.

178. COLORED PLATES. Italian Scenery; representing the Manners, Customs, and Amusements of the Different States of Italy. Containing 32 colored engravings by James Godby from original drawings by P. Van Lerberghi. The Narrative by M. Buonaiuti. Folio, original boards, rebacked with leather, uncut. London, 1806

179. COLORED PLATES. The Passions Humourously Delineated. By Timothy Bobbin, Esq., Author of the Lancashire Dialect. Portrait and 26 colored plates. 4to, contemporary blue morocco, gilt edges (one lower margin torn). London: Edward Orme, 1810

FIRST EDITION. Very scarce. The plates and text are both in very

clean condition.

180. COLORED PLATES. Gambado (Geoffrey). An Academy for Grown Horsemen; Containing the completest Instructions for Walking, Trotting, Cantering, Galloping, Stumbling, and Tumbling. Illustrated with 10 full-page colored plates by Dickinson (ink spot on back of one plate). 4to, half red London: John Stockdale, 1812


181. COLORED PLATES. Real Life in Ireland; or, the Day and Night Scenes, Rovings, Rambles, and Sprees, Bull, Blunders, Bodderations and Blarny, of Brian Boru, etc. By a Real Paddy. Embellished with humorous coloured engravings, from Original Designs by the most eminent Artists. 8vo, full green straight-grain morocco, back and sides handsomely gilt-tooled, silk doublures and flies, gilt edges. London, 1822

Scarce. A most amusing work, with
Henry Alken, F. Heath, and others.

full-page colored plates by

182. COLORED PLATES. Illustrations of Harriette Wilson's Memoirs. 19 colored plates, by H. H. Oblong 4to, cloth, leather back. [London, 1825] FIRST EDITION. A very rare series of plates of a rather free character. Two portraits of Harriette Wilson are laid in. A few of the plates are inlaid, but most of them are uncut.

183. COLORED PLATES. Much Ado about Nothing; or, Illustrations of Old Sayings. Illustrated title-page and 5 pages of illustrations containing 21 separate plates, in colors, designed and etched by John Phillips. Oblong 4to, original pictorial wrappers, uncut. In a cloth cover.

London: R. Ackermann, 1828

FIRST EDITION. An exceptionally fine copy of this scarce colored plate item.

184. COLORED PLATES. The March of Intellect. Six pages, containing 36 separate illustrations, in colors, designed and etched by R. Seymour. Oblong 4to, full sprinkled calf, by Zaehnsdorf.

London: Thomas McLean, 1829 FIRST EDITION. Very scarce. Contains some of the artist's best work.

185. COLORED PLATES. Rural residences, consisting of a series of designs for cottages, small villas and other ornamental buildings, interspersed with some observations on Landscape gardening by J. B. Papworth. Full 8vo, half morocco, uncut. London, 1832

One of Ackermann's interesting publications; illustrated with 26 aquatints in Colors. Beautiful copy.

186. COLTON (WALTER). Deck and Port; or, Incidents of a Cruise to California. With sketches of Rio de Janeiro, Valparaiso, Lima, Honolulu, and San Francisco. Tinted lithograph frontispiece. 12mo, half brown calf (stamp removed from title). London, 1851

187. COMPLEAT HISTORY of the Late War; or, Annual Register of its Rise, Progress, and Events in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. And Exhibiting the State of the Belligerent Powers at the Commencement of the War their Interests and Objects in its Continuance, etc. Illustrated with a variety of Heads, Plans, Maps and Charts. 8vo, old calf (hinges weak).

Dublin, 1763

A RARE WORK ON THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR. The illustrations consist of 10 portraits, including Gens. Amherst, Wolfe and Monck. ton; 5 maps and plans. The map of Germany at the end is wanting.

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