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422. WHITE (JAMES TERRY). Roses. Vignettes, and tinted leaves.
For Lovers and Others. A Book of
-Another copy. Autographed by the author.
Three more copies. Similarly autographed.
425. WOOD (RUTH KEDZIE). The Tourist's Spain and Portugal. With numerous illustrations. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1913
FIRST EDITION. With autograph inscription by the author.
426. WOOD (RUTH 12mo, cloth. FIRST EDITION.
With autograph inscription by the author.
427. IRELAND. A Remonstrance of Divers Remarkable Passages concerning the Church and Kingdome of Ireland. By Henry Jones. London, 1642; The Copy of a Letter from Master Tristram Whitecombe, Major of Kingsale in Ireland. London, 1642. 2 vols., small 4to, half leather.
London, 1642 428. IRVING (WASHINGTON). A Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada. First English Edition. 2 vols., 8vo, full calf. London, 1829
429. IRVING (WASHINGTON). The Writings of Washington Irving; Together with The Life and Letters of Irving, by Pierre M. Irving. Engraved titles and frontispieces. 28 vols., 12mo, half green levant morocco, gilt tops, by Riviere. New York: Putnam, 1860-1863
Author's Revised Edition.
430. IRVING (WASHINGTON). The Works of Irving. With illustrations on Japan paper. 40 vols., 8vo, half brown morocco, gilt tops, uncut. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1895-97
The Author's Autograph Edition, limited to 500 sets. Each set contains a full page of the original manuscript of Irving's "The Alhambra.'
431. JACCACI (AUGUST F.). On the Trail of Don Quixote being a Record of Rambles in the Ancient Province of La Mancha. Illustrated by Daniel Vierge. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. New York, 1896
. Presentation copy from the author with inscription. 432. JACQUEMIN (R.). Histoire Générale du Costume, Civil, Religieux et Militaire du IVe au XIIe Siècle. Illustrated with 48 colored plates. 4to, boards, morocco back, gilt top, uncut. Paris, n.d.
433. JAMES II. A Display of Tyranny: or, Remarks upon the Illegal and Arbitrary Proceedings, in the Courts of Westminster, and Guild-Hall, London. From the Year 1678. To the Abdication of the late King James, in the Year 1688. 12mo, vellum (hole in one leaf). London, 1689 Very Rare.
FROM CHARLES DICKENS' LIBRARY
434. JAMESON (MRS.). Sisters of Charity: Catholic and Protestant, Abroad and at Home. 12mo, original red cloth. London, 1855
FIRST EDITION. Inscribed on title "Charles Dickens Esq., from A.B.P." Contains Dickens's bookplate and label.
435. JEFFERIES (RICHARD). The Story of my Heart. My Autobiography. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, half black morocco, gilt back, gilt top, uncut. London, 1883
436. JEFFERSON (THOMAS). Notes on the State of Virginia. 8vo, original sheep (one hinge weak). Philadelphia, 1788
437. JESSE (JOHN HENEAGE). Collected set of his Historical Works in FIRST EDITIONS. Frontispieces. 21 vols., 8vo, full tree-calf, gilt.
ALL FIRST EDITIONS. Very Scarce. The Set comprises: Memoirs of the Court of England during the Reign of the Stuarts. 4 vols., 1840; George Selwyn and his Contemporaries. 4 vols., 1843; Memoirs of the Court of England from the Revolution in 1688. 3 vols., 1843; Memoirs of the Pretenders and their Adherents. 2 vols., 1845; Literary and Historical Memorials of London. 2 vols., 1847; London and its Celebrities. 2 vols., 1850; Memoirs of Richard the Third. 1 vol., 1862; Memoirs of the Life and Reign of George the Third. 3 vols., 1867. 438. [JOHNSON (CHARLES).] Chrysal: or, The Adventures of a Guinea. By an Adept. 4 vols., 12mo, original calf.
London: Printed for John Hill, 1767 THIRD EDITION, greatly enlarged and corrected.
439. JONSON (BEN). Volpone: or, The Fox. A Comedy, First Acted in the Year 1605. By the King's Majesty's Servants. With the Allowance of the Master of Revels. Engraved plates by Du Guernier. 12mo, boards. London, 1739
Bound in with the above are: "Epicoene; or, The Silent Woman," and "The Alchemist," both with separate titles.
440. JOUSSELIN (ALFRED). Nos Amis, Nos Allies. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, full green levant morocco, gilt back and borders, monogram on panels, gilt top, uncut, original covers bound in, by Frantz. Paris, 1892 One of 25 copies on Holland paper. Presentation copy from the author, with inscription. Inserted are A. L. S. 4 pp. oblong 16mo, from the author to F. de Sarcey, and the fine bookplate of F. de Sarcey. 441. JOWETT (B.). The Republic of Plato. Translated into English, Oxford, 1888; Thucydides. 2 vols., Oxford, 1881; The Politics of Aristotle, Vol. I and Vol. II, part i, Oxford, 1885. 5 vols., royal 8vo, cloth, `uncut. Oxford: Clarendon Press, v.d.
442. JUAN (GEORGE) and ULLOA (ANTONIO DE). A Voyage to South America. 7 plates and maps. 2 vols., 8vo, contemporary calf.
FIRST EDITION in English. Scarce. A clean and fine copy. 443. JUVENAL. The Satires of Juvenal translated with Explanatory and Classical Notes Relating to the Laws and Customs of the Greeks and Romans. 12mo, old calf (hinges weak). Dublin, 1741
444. KEANE (MARCUS). The Towers and Temples of Ancient Ireland; their Origin and History discussed from a New Point of View. Numerous illustrations. Imperial 8vo, cloth, uncut. Dublin, 1867
446. KEBLE (JOHN). The Christian Year. Thoughts in Verse for Sundays and Holy-days. 8vo, cloth, uncut. London: B. M. Pickering, 1877
447. KEITH (GEORGE). A Sermon Preached at the Meeting of Protestant Dissenters, called Quakers, etc., 4to, stitched.
448. KILLIGREW (ANNE). Poems. Ornament on title. Portrait wanting. 4to, boards, morocco back. London, 1686
THE RARE FIRST EDITION.
449. KINGSLEY (CHARLES). Writings, 9 vols., 8vo, half green calf, gilt backs, leather labels. Cambridge: Macmillan, v.d.
Comprises: Alton Locke; Two Years Ago; Yeast; Leighton Court; Ravenshoe; Geoffry Hamlin; Hereward the Wake; Austin Elliott; Westward Hoe.
450. KNOX (JOHN). An Historical Journal of the Campaigns in NorthAmerica, for the Years 1757-1760, containing the Most Remarkable Occurrences of that Period, particularly the Two Sieges of Quebec, etc. Portraits of Generals Amherst and Wolfe. No map. 2 vols. in one. 4to, full calf (hinges weak). London: Printed for the author, 1769 A very valuable collection of materials towards a history of the French and Indian war, and conquests in America, as well as for a description and natural history of the country, in which this attentive and industrious author personally served; and the best original authority for the death of Wolfe and the conquest of Canada. George Bancroft, the historian's copy, with his autograph.
451. LAFAYETTE. Adresses présentées au General Lafayette par les officiers, sous-officiers et soldats de l'Armée du Centre. 8vo, half cloth. A Valenciennes l'an IV de la liberté  Very rare imprint. Fine portrait of Lafayette inserted, engraved by F. Bolt, 1796.
452. LAFONTAINE (J. DE). Fragonard (H.). Suite des Cent Estampes pour illustrer les Contes et Nouvelles en vers. Reimpression de l'edition de Paris, Didot, 1795. 2 vols. in one, 4to, half olive levant morocco, gilt top, Paris: Chez J. Lemonnyer, 1882 Fine copy on Japan vellum paper, with some of the plates in two states.
453. LA FONTAINE. Suite des six Estampes dessinées et graves au trait par J. H. Ramberg, pour illustrer les Contes de La Fontaine. Collection complete. Folio, original paper covers. Paris, 1884
Fine set, illustrating the suppressed tales of La Fontaine.
454. LAHONTAN (N., BARON DE). Reizen van den Baron Van la Hontan in het Noordelyk Amerika, Vervattende een Verhaal van verscheide Volkeren die het bewoonen; den aart hunner Regeering, hun Koophandel, hun Gewoontens, hun Godsdienst, en hun wys van Oorloogen. . . . Vertaalt door Gerard Westerwyk. 2 folding maps and 16 plates. 2 vols., 12mo, original calf, gilt back. In's Gravenhage: By Isaac Beauregard, 1739 A RARE DUTCH EDITION. Contains many historical and geographical notes, and in many respects is better than either the English or French Editions.
455. LAMB (CHARLES). The Essays of Elia; and the Last Essays of Elia. Edited by Augustine Birrell. With etchings by Herbert Railton. vols., 8vo, cloth, parchment backs, uncut. In a cloth slip-case with blue levant morocco back. London, 1888 Presentation copy from Herbert Railton to F. T. Davies, with inscription. Each of the etchings is signed by Railton and on the margins of the books are eleven beautiful original pen-and-ink drawings by Railton, Jellicoe, and Elwes. The volumes are large paper copies, of which only 100 were issued.
456. LAMBRECHTSEN (N. C.). Korte Beschrijving van de Ontdekking en der verdere lotgevallem van Nieuw-Nederland, weleer eene volkplanting van het gemeenebest der vereenigde Nederlanden in America. Large folding map. 8vo, half calf. Middelburg, 1818
FIRST EDITION. The object of this work is to give a concise account of the discovery and subsequent history of the colony of New-Netherlands, until its final cession to Great Britain in 1674. The map is from Montanus with the original Indian and Dutch names inserted.
457. LANG (ANDREW). The Library. With a chapter on modern English Illustrated Books by Austin Dobson. Illustrations. 12mo, cloth.
FIRST EDITION, with cut autograph of the author laid down. 458. LANG (ANDREW). Books and Bookmen. Illustrations. 8vo, cloth, New York, 1886
FIRST EDITION. With cut autograph of the author laid down. 459. LANG (ANDREW). St. Andrews. Illustrations. FIRST EDITION. London, 1893; Paris and the Parisians in 1835. By Mrs. Trollope. Illustrations. First American Edition. New York, 1836. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth and half morocco (latter vol. has binding worn).
460. LANGBAINE (GERARD). An Account of the English Dramatick Poets, or, Some Observations and Remarks On the Lives and Writings of all those that have Publish'd either Comedies, Tragedies, Tragi-Comedies, Pastorals, Masques, Interludes, Farces, or Opera's in the English Tongue. 8vo, full sprinkled calf, rehinged. Oxford, 1691
FIRST EDITION. Of the several early catalogues of the English stage, Langbaine's only is to be implicitly relied on for its fidelity. With the bookplate of B. Franklin and Helen G. Hadduck.
461. LAURI (JACOB). Antiquæ Urbis Splendor, et ejus admiranda ædificia. (Title in Manuscript.) 152 plates (should be 167). Oblong 4to, vellum. [Romæ, 1613]
462. LE CARON (MAJOR HENRI). Twenty-five Years in the Secret Service. The Recollections of a Spy. Portraits and facsimiles. 8vo, cloth, uneut. London, 1892
463. LEE (VERNON). Studies of the Eighteenth Century in Italy. Itlustrated. Second Edition, with a new preface. 4to, cloth, gilt top, uncut. Chicago, 1908
464. LEECH (JOHN). The Rising Generation. A Series of Twelve Drawings on stone. By John Leech from his original designs in the Gallery of Mr. Punch. Folio, half blue levant morocco, original covers bound in, by Riviere. London: Published at the Punch Office,  FIRST EDITION. Exceedingly scarce. The plates are lithographs in colors.
465. LE GENTIL (BARBINAIS). Nouveau Voyage au Tour du Monde. Illustrations and maps. 3 vols., 12mo, old calf. Amsterdam, 1728
466. LELAND (JOHN). The Itinerary of John Leland the Antiquary. Published by Thomas Hearne. Frontispiece and woodcuts. 9 vols. in three. 8vo, calf (hinges weak). Oxford, 1770
467. LELAND (JOHN). De Rebus Britannicis Collectanea. Cum Thomæ Hearnii. 6 vols., 8vo, calf (some covers loose). London, 1774
468. LESCARBOT (MARC). Histoire de la Nouvelle France. Contenant les navigations, decouvertes, & habitations faites par les Francoises aux Indes Occidentales & Nouvelle-France, par commission de noz Roys Tres-Chretiens, & les diverses fortunes d'iceux en l'execution de ces choses, depuis cent ans jusques a hui. En quoy est comprise l'histoire Morale, Naturale, & Geographique des provinces cy decrites: avec les Tables & Figures necessaires. 4 maps. One volume in three, small 8vo, half vellum (vols. 2 and 3 slightly wormed). Paris, 1618
This is the first complete and best edition of this work, differing greatly from the former editions of 1609 and 1611, having 139 pages more than the former, and 94 pages more than the latter. There is sometimes bound in at the end of this edition "Les Muses de la Nouvelle France" which is nothing more than a collection of poems by the same author. This collection is wanting in the present copy.
This work is very highly esteemed not only for its great veracity, but as the work of a candid and intelligent writer, and the FIRST HISTORY OF THE SETTLEMENTS OF THE FRENCH IN CANADA.
469. LESSING (JULES). Modèles de Tapis Orientaux, d'apres des Documents authentiques et les principaux tableaux du XVe et du XVIe siecle. 30 colored plates. Folio, in cloth, portfolio (worn).
470. LETTERS from Albion to a Friend on the Continent, written in the Years 1810, 1811, 1812 & 1813. [By a German.] 2 vols., 16mo, old half calf. London, 1814
471. LEWIS (J. O.). The Aboriginal Portfolio; or, A Collection of Portraits of the Most Celebrated Chiefs of the North American Indians. 55 finely colored full-page plates, being portraits of Indian Chiefs after the originals taken from life, and two Indian views. Folio, half brown morocco, gilt top, uncut, with original front wrapper of Part 1 bound in.
Philadelphia: Lehman & Duval, 1835
Fine copy of this very rare work. Bound in with the plates are the original Advertisements to the First, Second, and Third numbers, not usually present. This work is executed with great care and fidelity, the countenances and costumes of the Indians being true to life.
472. LIE (JONAS). Samlede Vaerker Mindeudgave. Portrait. 8vo, half roan.
6 vols., Kristiania, 1908
473. LIVES of those eminent Antiquaries John Leland, Thomas Hearne, and Anthony à Wood. Illustrated. 2 vols., 8vo, old half calf (name on titles). Oxford, 1772
474. LOCKE (D. R.). The Struggles, Social, Financial, and Political of Petroleum V. Nasby. Illustrated by Thomas Nast. 8vo, cloth.
Pasted on inside back cover, is the booklet: "Inflation at the CrossRoads. In a series of Five Letters. By Petroleum V. Nasby." New York, 1875. FIRST EDITION.
475. LOCKER-LAMPSON (FREDERICK). London Lyrics. Portrait by Du Maurier, inserted. 12mo, cloth, leather back, gilt top, uncut.
London: Privately printed, 1868
476. LONDON'S Flames Reviv'd; or, an Account of the Several Informations. by which it appears that the said fires were contrived, and carried on by Papists. Small 4to, cloth, calf back. London, 1689
477. LONGFELLOW (HENRY WADSWORTH). The Works of Longfellow, with Bibliographical and Critical Notes, and his Life, etc. Portraits and other illustrations. 14 vols., 8vo, half green morocco, gilt tops, uncut.
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., n.d.
478. LORENZANA (F. A.). Historia de Nueva-Espana, escrita por su esclarecido conquistador Hernan Cortes, aumentada con otros documentos, y notas por el ilustrissimo Senor Don Francisco Antonio Lorenzana, Arzobispo de Mexico. 2 maps and 34 plates. 4to, original vellum.
En Mexico, Joseph Antonio de Hogal, 1770
An important and highly esteemed work, containing the celebrated letters of Cortez to the Emperor Charles V. This edition is illustrated with copious notes and documents, together with facsimiles of the Mex ican mode of representing the tributes paid by the different towns in Mexico. These pictures, more complete and colored like the originals,. are included in Lord Kingsborough's Antiquities of Mexico."