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LOTS 1–252 1. AKENSIDE (MARK). The Pleasures of Imagination. A Poem. In Three Books. Title printed in red and black. Engraved vignette on title. 4to, boards.
London, 1744 FIRST EDITION. The author's most important contribution to Eng.
lish poetry. 2. ALBUMS. 2 Albums, one containing numerous Silhouettes; the other filled with chromo-lithograph Advertising Cards of 30-40 years ago. 4to and oblong 4to.
3. ALKEN COLORED PLATES. Hunting Discoveries. A series of 7 plates by Henry Alken, in colors. Oblong 4to, watered silk covers, with title on side.
London: S. & J. Fuller, 1817 FIRST EDITION. Very Scarce. There is no separate text, each plate having a description at the bottom. A very fine copy, with splendid
impressions of the plates. 4. ALKEN COLORED PLATES. A Series of 36 colored plates depicting Hunting, Fishing, Coursing, and other sports. ' Oblong 4to, contemporary boards, leather back, with title on the side.
London: S. & J. Fuller, 1817 First Issue of the First Edition, all of the plates being dated 1817. A very fine copy of this exceedingly scarce series of plates. There is
no text. 5. ALKEN (HENRY). Illustrations to popular Songs, 30 fine colored plates (instead of 43) containing about 140 humorous illustrations to well known popular Songs and notations, oblong folio, half morocco.
London, 1823 SCARCE. 6. ALLINGHAM (WILLIAM). Day and Night Songs; and The MusicMaster. A Love Poem. Illustrated with woodcuts by Rossetti, Millais and Arthur Hughes. 12mo, original cloth, uncut.
London, 1860 Inserted is an A.L.S. by the author to the Messrs. Dalziel, on literary matters, and an A.L.S. by H. Allingham about the illustra
tions in the above book. 7. AM CA. Geschichte des Seefahrers Ritter Martin Behaim nach den altesten vorhandenen Urkunden bearbeitet von Dr. F. W. Ghillany. Eingeleitet durch eine Abhandlung: Ueber die altesten Karten des Neuen Continents und den Namen Amerika, von Alexander v. Humboldt. Portrait, maps and charts. 4to, half morocco (rubbed, and lib. st.). Nurnberg, 1853
8. AMERICANA. Memoir on a Mappemonde by Leonardo da Vinci, being the earliest Map hitherto known containing the name of America. By R. H. Major. 2 plates. 4to, cloth.
9. (ANBUREY (THOMAS).] Travels through the Interior Parts of America. By an Officer. Six plates. Map wanting. 2 vols. 8vo, half green levant morocco, gilt edges, by Riviere.
London, 1791 The plates include two fine folding views, one a “View on the West Bank of the Hudson River, showing General Frazer's Funeral,'' and the other an “Encampment of the Convention Army at Charlottes
ville, Va." 10. ANCIENT AMERICA (Baldwin), 1872; Across the Continent (Bowles), 1866; Kansas (Robinson, 1857); and others, 6 vols. 12mo and smaller, mainly cloth.
11. ANGHIERA (PIETRO MARTIRE D'). Opus Epistolarum Petri Martyris Anglerii Mediolansis, Protonotarii Apostolici, Prioris Archiepiscopatus Gradatensis, atque a Consiliis Rerum Iudicarum Hispanicis tanta cura excusus, ut praeter styli venustatem quoque fungi possit vice Luminis Historiae superiorum temporum. Cui acceserunt Epistolae Ferdinandi de Pulgar Coaetanei Latinae pariter atque Hispanicae cum Tractatu Hispanico de Viris Castellae Illustribus. Editio Postrema. Printer's detice title. Folio, contemporary calf (covers loose), Amstelodamo: Typis Elzevirianis. Veneunt Parisiis, Apud Fredericum
Leonard, 1670 Pulgar's Epistolae, and Varones' have each a separate title and pagination. Many of the letters relate to the discovery of America and the affairs of the new world, and being published out of Spain,
escaped the hands of the expurgators. 12. APOLOGIE for the Oath of Allegiance. Against the two Breues of Pope Paulus Quintus, and the late Letter of Cardinall Bellarmine to G. Blackwel the Arch-Priest (one other work, without title, bound in). Small 4to, old calf (covers loose).
London, 1609 13. [APPERLEY (C. J.).] The Chase, The Turf, and The Road. By Nimrod. With portrait and illustrations. Small Svo, full crimson levant morocco, gilt back and side lines, gilt inside borders, gilt top, uncut, by Riviere.
London, 1870 First Edition with the colored plates. Scarce. 14. APULEIUS. The Golden Ass of Apuleius. Newly translated with Introduction and Notes by Francis D. Byrne. 8vo, cloth, uncut.
London, n.d. 15. ARABIAN NIGHTS. The Thousand and One Nights, commonly called, in England, The Arabian Nights' Entertainment. A new translation from the Arabic, with copious Notes. By Edward W. Lane. Illustrated by many hundred engravings on wood, from original designs by William Harvey. 3 vols. royal 8vo, original cloth, uncut (one back slightly damaged).
London, 1841 16. ARABIAN NIGHTS. A Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights' Entertainments, now entitled the Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, etc. By Richard F. Burton, Photogravure illustrations on Japan paper. 17 vols. large Svo, half brown levant morocco, gilt backs, gilt tops, uncut, by Stikeman.
N. P., n.d. Limited Edition, issued by the Burton Club for Private Subscribers only. It contains the unexpurgated text of Burton's translation and the illustrations which were made later.
17. ARABIAN NIGHTS. The Thousand and One Nights. [Translated by E. W. Lane.] Profusely illustrated. 3 vols. 8vo, half green calf, gilt tops, uncut.
London: Chatto and Windus, n.d. 18. ARCHITECTURE. The Gentleman's_and Builder's Repository: or, Architecture Display 'd. Designs drawn by E. Hoppus, engraved by B. Cole. 4to, calf (rebacked).
London, 1737 2
19. ARISTOTLE. Monsieur Rapin's Reflections on Aristotle's Treatise of Poesie. Made English by Mr. Rymer. 12mo, old half calf.
20. ARMINIUS (JAMES). The Life and Death of James Arminius, and Simon Episcopius. Professors of Divinity in the University of Leyden in Holland. Both of them famous Defenders of the Doctrine of Gods Universal Grace, and Sufferers for it. With brilliant portraits of each. 12mo, original calf.
London, 1672 FIRST EDITION. Rare with the portraits in such brilliant state.
21, ATKIN (G. DUCKWORTH). House Scraps. Numerous illustrations. Sro, cloth,
London: Privately printed, 1887
22. AUDSLEY (W. & G.). Polychromatic Decoration as applied to Building in the Mediaeval Styles. Illustrated with 36 plates in colors and gold. Folio, cloth, gilt top.
23. AUDUBON (JOHN J.). The Birds of America, from Drawings made in the United States and their Territories. Illustrated with 500 finely colored plates of Birds. 7 vols., royal 8vo, original sheep (Vol. 1, together with a few plates in one or two of the other volumes marred by dampness).
New Îork, 1840-1844 A large copy of the Rare First Octavo Edition. The plates in this issue are much more brilliant than those in the re-issue of a later date.
With bookplate of Charles A. Clinton.
24. AUTHENTIC MEMOIRS of the Green-Room, of 1799, 1800, 1801, 1802, and 1803. Containing the Lives of all the Performers of the TheatresRoyal, Drury-Lane, Convent-Garden, and the Hay-Market. Illustrated with portraits of Mrs. Jordan and Mrs. Powell, Miss de Camp, Miss Murray, Mrs. Billington, and Mrs. Johnston. 12mo, full green levant morocco, gilt back, gilt edges.
25. AUTOGRAPHS. A Collection of 45 Autograph Letters of Celebrated Female Authors, some of them being accompanied by portraits. Inlaid and bound in one quarto volume, half red straight-grain morocco.
A very fine collection, comprising: Grace Aguilar, letter and portrait; Joanna Baillie, letter and portrait; Mrs. Barbauld, letter and portrait; Miss Mary Berry, letter and portrait; Countess of Blessington, letter and portrait; Mary Cowden Clarke, letter and portrait; Eliza Cook, poem and portrait; Dinah M. Craik, poem and portrait, also A. L. S.; Elizabeth Fry, letter and portrait; Catherine F. Gore, letter and portrait; Felicia Hemans, letter and portrait; Mrs. Hofland, letter and portrait; Jean Ingelow, letter and portrait; Anna Jameson, letter and portrait; L. E. Landor, poem and portrait; Florence Island, letter and portrait;. Harriet Martineau; Miss Mary Russell Mitford; Hannah More; Mrs. Norton. “Ouida''; Miss Pardoe; Adelaide Procter; Agnes Strickland; Mrs. Gaskell, and others.
26. AUTOGRAPHS. Facsimiles of Autographs of Eminent Persons, including Napoleon, Laurence Sterne, William Penn, Dean Swift, Horace Walpole, and many others. Plates and vignettes. 4to, half If, No title.
The volume is lettered on back: “Smith's Historical and Literary Curiosities.” With bookplate of Charles A. Clinton.
27. BACK (CAPTAIN). Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition to the Mouth of the Great Fish River, and along the shores of the Arctic Ocean, in the Years 1833, 1834, and 1835. Folding map. Svo, boards, uncut (back loose).
28. BALDWIN (EDWARD). Fables Ancient and Modern. Adapted for the Use of Children from Three to Eight Years of Age. Adorned with 73 copper-plates [attributed to William Blake]. 3 vols. in one, 12mo, full red straight-grain morocco, gilt top, uncut.
London, 1805 RARE. 29. BALE (JOHN). Illvstrivm Maioris Britanniae Scriptorvm, Summarium. Woodcut on title, and ornamental woodcut initials. Small 4to, original vellum,
Vesaliae, 1549 FIRST EDITION, containing 5 Centuries. SUPPOSED TO BE THE FIRST BOOK PRINTED IN IPSWICH. This work may be considered as the foundation of English Biography, and as such, valuable. The “ “Additio, (sigs. Rrr and Sss) is not found in all copies. A fine sound copy.
Rare. 30. BALZAC (HONORE DE). Novels. Translated by Ellen Marriage. With Introduction and Prefaces by George Saintsbury. Illustrated. 39 vols.; Correspondence of Balzac, 2 vols.; Life of Balzac. By Frederick Wedmore. First Edition, London, 1890. Together 42 vols. 8vo, cloth, leather labels.
London and N. Y., v.d. Fine set, including the “Droll Stories' and the Dramas. 31. BANCROFT (AARON). The Life of George Washington, First President of the United States. 2 vols. 16mo, old calf (one cover loose).
32. BANDELLO (MATTEO). Twelve Stories selected and done into Eng. lish. With a Memoir of the Author, by Perey Pinkerton. Square 8vo, half brown morocco, gilt top, uncut.
London, 1895 33. BARBER' (JOHN W.). Historical Collections of Massachusetts. Map and plates. 8vo, original sheep (some pp. foxed).
Worcester, 1839 34. BARTOLOZZI and his Works. By Andrew W. Tuer. A Biographical and Descriptive Account of the Life and Career of Francesco Bartolozzi. Fine engraved title. 8vo, full parchment, silk ties, gilt top, uncut.
Lond. 1885 Limited Edition of 500 copies, signed by the author.
35. BARTRAM (WILLIAM). Travels through North and South Carolina, Georgia, East and West Florida, the Cherokee Country, the Extensive Territories of the Muscogulges, or Creek Confederacy and the Country of the Choctaws. Map and a plates (lacks portrait). FIRST EDITION. 8vo, calf.
36. BEAUJOUR (FELIX DE). Aperçu des États-Unis au commencement du XIXe, siècle, depuis 1800 jusqu'en 1810. Avec des Tables statistiques, 8vo, half calf.
Paris, 1814 37. BEAUX AND BELLES of England. Includes Jesse's Life of Beau Brummell, Biography of Lord Chesterfield; Life of Nell Gwynn, by Cunningham; Memoirs of Count Grammont, by Hamilton; Lives of the Sheridans, by Percy Fitzgerald, Boaden's Life of Mrs. Siddons, and others. Portraits, views, and other illustrations, some in colors. 29 vols. 8vo, full lavender morocco, gilt back and sides, gilt tops, uncut.
Grolier Society, n.d. Edition de Luxe, limited. 38. BELKNAP (JEREMY). American Biography: or, An Historical Account of those persons who have been distinguished in America, as Adventurers, Statesmen, Philosophers, Divines, Warriors, Authors and other remarkable characters. 2 vols. 8vo, original sheep (hinges weak).
Boston, 1794 FIRST EDITION. 39. BELLOC (HILAIRE). Danton: A Study. Portrait. First EDITION. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut.