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243. DICKENS (CHARLES). The Works of Charles Dickens. With In. troduetions, General Essay, and Notes by Andrew Lang. With the original illustrations. 36 vols., 8vo, half crimson levant morocco, gilt backs, gilt tops, untut, by Stikeman.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1898-1911 244. DICKENS (CHARLES). The Works of Charles Dickens. With all the usual illustrations and very many rare plates. 40 vols., 8vo, half brown levant morocco, hand-colored cloth sides, gilt and inlaid backs, gilt tops, uncut.
London: Macdonald & Sons, n.d. A very handsomely printed edition, with frontispieces colored by
hand and the other plates on Japan paper. 245. DICKINSON (JOHN). Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania, To the Inhabitants of the British Colonies. 8vo, half calf (one cover loose).
246. DIGBY (KENELM). Private Memoirs of Sir Kenelm Digby, written by himself. Portrait. FIRST EDITION. Svo, tree-calf.
London, 1827 947. DISRAELI (BENJAMIN). The Revolutionary Epick. The Work of Disraeli the Younger. 4to, full polished calf, gilt tooled back and inside borders, gilt edges, by F. Bedford.
London: Edward Moxon, 1834 First EDITION. One of only fifty copies published. Laid in is a sheet with 9 lines of manuscript: “The Hon. Benjamin Disracli to Lord Stanley. Easter 1864. Thirty years ago I printed a few copies of a portion of a poem called the Revolutionary Epick. Only fifty copies were printed at the time, and probably many of these are now destroyed,”' &c. He mentions Mr. Coleridge. The short preface by the author is of peculiar interest to the Disraeli student or collector.
The Robert Hoe copy, with book label. 248. DOBSON (AUSTIN). Old Kensington Palace and other papers. frontispiece. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut.
New York, n.d. With autograph inscription by the author, signed: "The best inscription I can place in this volume, is to note certain ‘Errata.'”
Then follow the corrections and his signature. 249. DODGSON (CHARLES L., “Lewis Carroll''). The New Belfry of Christ Church, Oxford, 1872; The Vision of the Three T's, 1873; The Blank Cheque, A Fable, 1874. 3 vols., 16mo, stitched. A. L. S. hy F. Madan, librarian of Bodleian Library.
Oxford, 1872-74 FIRST EDITIONS of these very scarce little pamphlets by the author
of “Alice in Wonderland." 250. DORAN (DR. JOHN). "Their Majesties’ Servants.'' Annals of the English Stage, from Thomas Betterton to Edmund Kean. Actors-AuthorsAudiences. Frontispiece portraits. 2 vols., 8vo, full new brown levant morocco, gilt backs with emblematic tooling, gilt inside borders, gilt tops, uncut, by Riviere.
London, 1864 An unusually fine copy of the First Edition, in a handsome binding. PRESENTATION COPY, with inscription on the half-title in the handwriting of the author: "To Henry T. Riley, with the kind regards of John
Doran." 251, DOUGHARTY (JOHN). Mathematical Digests. Containing the Elements and Application of Geometry and Plane Trigonometry. Ilustrated with numerous diagrams. 4to, old panelled calf.
London, n.d. At the end of the book is a treatise on Dialling. 252. DOYLE (JAMES E.). A Chronicle of England. B.C. 55-A.D. 1485. Illustrated by the Author. The designs engraved and printed in colours by Edmund Evans. 4to, full green levant morocco, gilt back and sides, gilt edges, by Riviere.
London, 1864 Very choice copy of the FIRST EDITION.
253. DRAKE (DANIEL). Natural and Statistical View; or, Picture of Cincinnati and the Miami Country. With an Appendix, containing observations on the late Earthquakes, the Aurora Borealis, and South-west Wind. 2 folding maps. 12mo, half calf.
Cincinnati, 1815 FINE COPY. VERY SCARCE. A very interesting and valuable volume on the early western section of the t'nited States.
254. DRAKE (FRANCIS S). Life and Correspondence of Henry Knox. Portrait and illustration. 8vo, cloth.
Boston, 1873 FIRST EDITION. One of 300 copies.
255. DRAMA. Drama and Life (Walkley), N. Y., 1908; The Stage in America, 1897-1900 (Hapgood), N. Y., 1901; On the Art of the Theatre (Craig), Chicago, n.d.; The English Stage of To-day (Borsa), London, 1908; Appreciation of the Drama (Caffin), N. Y., 1908. Illustrations. 5 vols., 12mo and 8vo, various bindings.
256. DRAMATIC. The Life of Charles James Mathews, chiefly autobiographical, with selections from his Correspondence and Speeches. Portraits. FIRST EDITION. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut.
257. DRAMATIC TABLE-TALK; or, Scenes, Situations & Adventures, Serious and Comic, in Theatrical History and Biography. Engraved titles, frontispieces and facsimiles. 3 vols., 12mo, half green morocco, gilt tops, uncut.
London, 1825-30 A nice copy of this interesting dramatic work, containing incidents, anecdotes, stories, etc., not to be found elsewhere. A few additional portraits have been inserted.
258. DRAYTON (MICHAEL). Poems. Containing The Barons Warres, Englands Heroicall Epistles, Idea. Engraved title. Small 8vo, scored calf (hinges weak). London: Printed by Willi. Stansby for John Smethwick, n.d. 
The title to “Englands Heroicall Epistles” is dated 1630.
259. DRYDEN (JOHN). Annus Mirabilis. The Year of Wonders, M. DC. LXVI. An Historical Poem. Also, a Poem on the Happy Restoration and Return of His Late Sacred Majesty Charles the Second, likewise a Panegyrick on his Coronation. Together with a Poem to my Lord Chancellor, Presented on New-Years-Day. 1662. Small 4to, half green straight-grain morocco, gilt edges.
London: Printed for Henry Herringman, 1688 This is the First Collected Edition of Dryden's poems. His early poem on the death of Cromwell is omitted for reasons readily understood.
260. DRYDEN (JOHN). King Arthur; The British Worthy. A Drammatick Opera. Perform'd at the Queens Theatre By Their Majesties Servants. Small 4to, half green calf.
London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1691 FIRST EDITION. Very Scarce. Has the half-title, with the list of Dryden's Plays on verso.
261, DRYDEN (JOHN). Miscellany Poems. Containing Variety of New Translations of the Ancient Poets. Together with Several Original Poems, By the most Eminent Hands. 6 vols. in five. Svo, old panelled calf, rebacked.
London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1702 Vols. 5 and 6 are First EDITIONS, with engraved frontispieces by
Burghers. With bookplate of Oliver Pemberton. 262. DRYDEN (JOHN). Poetical Works. 5 vols., 12mo, full green calf, gilt backs, leather labels, by Mudie.
London, n.d. ALDINE EDITION. 263. DE BARRI. Memoirs of Madame Du Barri. Translated from the French, by the translator of “Vidocq." 4 vols., 16mo, cloth.
London, 1830-31 Scarce.
264. DUGDALE (SIR WILLIAM). The Antient Usage in Bearing of such Ensigns of Honour as are commonly call’d Arms. With a Catalogue of the present Nobility and Baronets of England. To which is added a Catalogue of the present Nobility of Scotland and Ireland, etc. The Second dition, corrected. Small 8vo, new panelled calf, gilt back, by Rivière.
London, 1682 This copy contains the folded leaf at p. 78, but does not contain the two leaves of advertisement to the reader which should be at p. 67. The 13 cuts of arms have been colored.
265. DUSLAP (WILLIAM). A History of the Rise and Progress of the Arts of Design in the United States. Edited with additions by F. W. Bayley and C. E. Goodspeed. Numerous portraits. 3 vols., 8vo, cloth, gilt tops, unent.
Boston, 1918 266. DUNSANY (LORD). The Gods of Pegana. With illustrations in photogravure by S. H. Sime. FIRST EDITION. Square 12mo, cloth.
London: [Privately Printed], 1905 267. DUTCH. The Present State of the United Provinces of the Low Countries; as to the Government, Laws, Forces, Riches, Manners, Customes, Retenue, and Territory, of the Dutch. In Three Books. Collected by W. A. 12mo, sprinkled calf (hinges weak).
London: Printed for John Starkey, 1669 268. DUYCKINCK (EVERT A.). Cyclopædia of American Literature
from the Earliest Period to the Present Day. With portraits, autographs, and other illustrations. 2 vols., royal 8vo, full black morocco, gilt backs and sides, gilt edges.
New York, 1856 269. DWIGHT (TIMOTHY). The Conquest of Canaan: A Poem in Eleven Books. 12mo, original sheep.
Hartford, 1785 FIRST EDITION.
270. ECONOMICS. The Coming Reaction. A brief survey and criticism of the vices of our economic system. By Legislator. 8vo, full olive levant moroceo, gilt edges.
London, 1903 271. EDWARDS (JONATHAN). Selections from the Unpublished Writings of Jonathan Edwards, of America. Edited by Rev. A. B. Grosart. Facsimile. Large 8vo, cloth, uncut.
[London), 1865 Limited to 300 copies printed for Private Circulation. 272. EGAN (PIERCE). Boxiana; or, Sketches of Ancient and Modern Pugilism from the days of Figg and Broughton to the Present Time, with Biographical Memoirs of all the Boxers. Engraved title and 47 portraits and plates, including 2 by Cruikshank (lacks two plates). 5 vols., 8vo, original printed boards (worn), uncut.
FIRST EDITION of the last volume, the other volumes are re-issues of the sheets and plates, the latter mostly with the original imprints and dates of 1812 and following years. The set lacks two plates, and vol. ume five lacks the last four leaves. The work is scarce.
273, EMERSON (R. W.). The Conduct of Life. 12mo, cloth.
Boston, 1860 First Edition, and first issue, with the 17 pp. of advertisements, and a perfect impression of the last “C” in the imprint.
274. EMERSON (RALPH WALDO). The Complete Works of Emerson, with a Biographical introduction and Notes by Edward Waldo Emerson and a General Introduction. Portraits and other illustrations. 12 vols., 8vo, buckram, uncut.
Cambridge: Printed at the Riverside Press, 1903-04 The Autograph Centenary Edition, limited to 600 copies, signed by the Publishers. Each set has a page of Manuscript in the handwriting of Emerson.
275. EPISTOLARY CURIOSITIES, consisting of Unpublished Letters of the Seventeenth Century. With Notes, and an Appendix. Edited by Rebecca Warner. 2 vols. 8vo, half calf.
Bath, 1818 276. ERASMUS. Epistola Nuncupatoria ad Carolum Caesarem. Exhortatio ad studium Euangelicae lectionis. Paraphrasis in Euangeliu Matthaei, per D. Erasmum Rot. nunc denuo recognita. Epistola ad R. D. Matthaeum Card. Sedun. 12mo, old calf (front cover lacking, many early manuscript annotations on margins, some leaves slightly stained).
[Basileae, 1521] Very scarce.
277. ESTHER WATERS (Moore), London, 1894; Richard Yea and Nay (Hewlett), London, 1900; Adrian Savage (Malet), N. Y., 1911. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth.
278. ETCHINGS. A collection of 25 Etchings on Copper of Landscapes and Cattle scenes by E. F. Welles. Oblong 8vo, full cloth.
n.d. Fine set, only fifty proof's printed, plates destroyed.
279. [FANSHAWE (RICHARD).] Il Pastor Fido, the Faithful Shepherd. A Pastorall written in Italian by Baptista Guarini, a Knight of Italie and now Newly Translated out of the Originall. With portrait of Guarini by T. Cross, and the two leaves (a1-2) containing John Denham's poem to the Author, list of characters, and the full-page copper engraving. 4to, half dark blue calf, gilt back (wants blank for Al).
Lond.: R. Raworth, 1647 THE RARE FIRST EDITION WITH THE ADDITION of the portrait, title, preliminary leaves and Gg to Rr 4, containing original poems by Fanshawe, from the second edition of 1648, thus rendering the volume
ABSOLUTELY COMPLETE FIRST EDITION THROUGHOUT. Fanshawe 's original poems include The Escuriall, with the lines “The Sallow late found Indian comes to worke, From a new world ;' On his Majesties Great Shippe lying almost finisht in Woolwick Docke, 1637; Sonnets; and a Translation of “The Fourth Booke of Virgill's Aeneis. On the Loves of Dido and Aeneas." Includes also two poems by Thomas Carew, with Fanshawe's Latin version of them. Contemporary signa
tures of W. and Mary Pawlett on titles. 280. FARRAGO. 8vo, old black English morocco, back impressed with gilt crown in six compartments, gilt sides, with border and centre ornament, gilt edges.
London: Printed for the Author, 1733
FIRST EDITION of this Rare Privately Printed work, consisting of long and short poems, letters, epitaphs, translations, etc. The Preface is signed “Pilgrim Plowden' which is the only indication we have of the author. With the bookplate of Charles Butler of Warren Wood,
Hatfield. 281. FIELDING (HENRY). The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling. 6 vols. 12mo, full contemporary calf, gilt backs.
London: Printed for A. Millar, 1749 Fine copy of the First Edition. The leaf of errata is wanting. 282. FIELDING (HENRY). The History of Tom Jones. A Foundling. Illustrated with etched plates by Rowlandson. (One plate wanting.) 3 vols., 850, half maroon morocco, gilt backs, gilt tops, uncut. Edinburgh, 1791
FIRST EDITION with the Rowlandson plates. 283. FIELDING (HENRY). Leevensbeschryving van wylen den heere Jonathan Wild, den Grooten. Engraved frontispiece. 12mo, original boards, morocco back, uncut.
Te Amsteldam, by Pieter Meyer, 1757 FIRST EDITION IN DUTCH. 284. FIELDING (HENRY). The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq. Edited, with a Biographical Essay by Leslie Stephen. Illustrations on India paper. 10 vols. royal Svo, full polished calf, gilt tops, uncut, by Zaehnsdorf (slightly worn).
London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1882 Limited to 250 copies for the United States. 285. FIELDING (HENRY). The Complete Works of Henry Fielding. With an Essay by William Ernest Henley. Illustrations in two and three states, one of which is colored. 16 vols. 8vo, half maroon levant morocco, gilt and inlaid backs, gilt tops, uncut, by Stikeman.
New York: Croscup & Sterling, n.d. Edition de Bibliophile. One of 20 copies printed throughout on
Japan paper. 286. FIELDING (MANTLE). American Engravers upon Copper and Steel. Biographical Sketches and Check Lists of Engravings. A Supplement to David McNeely Stauffer's American Engravers. 3 portraits. 8vo, boards, eloth back, uncut.
Philadelphia, 1917 Only 220 copies printed for subscribers. 287. FINDLEY (WILLIAM). History of the Insurrection in the Four Western Counties of Pennsylvania: in the Year M.DCC.XCIV. With a reeital of the circumstances specially connected therewith, and an historical review of the previous situation of the Country. 8vo, half calf (name cut from title otherwise fine copy).
Philadelphia, 1796 288. FIREWORKS. Manuel de l'Artificier. Illustrated with numerous engrared folding plates of fireworks, also printed folding tables. Second edition, revised, corrected and augmented. Small 8vo, old mottled calf. Paris, 1757
289. FITZGERALD (PERCY). The Good Queen Charlotte. traits. Extended to 2 vols. 8vo, half claret levant morocco, gilt tooled backs, gilt tops, uncut.
London, 1899 EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED COPY. Bound in are seventy etched and other views and portraits, some inlaid and some tinted, including two folding plates and one wash drawing portrait.
290. FOLKLORE. Specimens of Bushman Folklore. Collected by W. H. I. Bleek and L. C. Lloyd. 2 colored portraits and numerous illustrations. 8vo, cloth, gilt top.
London, 1911 FIRST EDITION.
291, FORSTER (HENRY R.). The Stowe Catalogue. Priced and annotated. Illustrations. 4to, half morocco.