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627. SABINE (LORENZO). Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution, with an Historical Essay. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth.

Boston, 1864 628. [SADLER (JOHN)]. Rights of the Kingdom: or, Customs of our Ancestors. Touching the Duty, Power, Election, or Succession of our Kings and Parliaments. Small 4to, old half calf. London: J. Kidgell, 1682

Scarce. An answer was written to it by Roger L'Estrange.

629. SAGA LIBRARY (The). The Story of Howard the Halt, etc.; The Ere-Dwellers; The Heims-kringla, 4 vols. Done out of the Icelandic into English. By William Morris and Eirikr Magnusson. 6 vols. 8vo, cloth, roan backs, gilt tops, uncut. London, 1891-1905 Scarce in complete state, owing to the last volume being published 10 years after its predecessor.

630. SALAMAN (MALCOLM C.) French Colour-Prints of the XVIII Century. Illustrated by Fifty Representative Examples in Colours. Folio, cloth, gilt top, uncut. Phila. 1913

631. SANFORD (JOHN LANGTON) and TOWNSEND (MEREDITH). The Great Governing Families of England. Folding map and Heraldic initial letters. 2 vols., 8vo, polished tree-calf, gilt inside and outside borders, gilt tops, by Grieve. Edinb.: Blackwood, 1865

Choice copy of the FIRST EDITION.

632. SAXO GRAMMATICUS. Translated by Oliver Elton, London, 1894; The Orkneyinga Saga. Edited, by Joseph Anderson, Edinb. 1873; The Normans in South Europe (Barlow), London, 1886, and 3 others. 6 vols. 12mo and Svo, cloth.

633. SCHOOLCRAFT (HENRY R.). Journal of a Tour into the Interior of Missouri and Arkansaw, from Potosi, in Missouri Territory toward the Rocky Mountains, performed in the Years 1818 and 1819. Folding map, linen backed. 8vo, half calf, uncut. London, 1821

634. SCHOOLCRAFT (HENRY R.). Narrative Journal of Travels through the Northwestern regions of the United States, extending through the great chain of American Lakes to the Sources of the Mississippi River. . . in the year 1820. Folding map and 8 copper plates. 8vo, full calf.

Albany, 1821

FIRST EDITION. Scarce. One of the plates shows the famous mass of native copper on the Ontonagon River, that led to the mining operations of Alexander Henry in 1771, the commencement of Copper mining on Lake Superior. The slip of errata is laid down at the end. With bookplate of John Moxon.

635. SCHOOLCRAFT (HENRY R.). Travels in the Central Portions of the Mississippi Valley. One plate only, and Introduction imperfect. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1825

The greater portion of this work is devoted to Indian history, over 160 pages treating of their ceremonies, treaties, etc.

636. SCOTT (CLEMENT). The Drama of Yesterday and To-day. Frontispieces. FIRST EDITION. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, gilt tops, uncut (embossed stamp on titles). London, 1899


637. SCOTT (SIR WALTER). The Waverley Novels. 12 vols.; Poetical Works, complete in one volume. Profusely illustrated with fine steel engravings and woodcuts. 13 vols. Royal 8vo, half blue levant morocco, gilt backs, gilt tops, by Riviere. Edinburgh, 1842-55 The very popular Abbotsford Edition of the Novels, published by Robert Cadell. The Poems were published by Adam and Charles Black in a uniform size. Handsomely bound copy.

638. SELECTIONS from Note Books of E. H. B., London, 1870. Presentation from Lord Northbrook to Lady Darnley; Letters to and from the Earl of Danby. London, 1710; Virtue Betray'd. By John Banks. London, 1739. 3 vols. various sizes and bindings.

639. SETTLE (ELKANAH). The Empress of Morocco. A Tragedy. With Sculptures. As it is Acted at the Duke's Theatre. Frontispiece (corner torn away), and full-page engraved plates by W. Dolle. Small 4to, full panelled calf, gilt edges. London: Printed for William Cademan, 1673

FIRST EDITION. This is the first play, and perhaps the only one of its time issued with plates, preserving inside and out of the Duke's Theatre in the time of Charles II. Dryden savagely attacked this Play in his "Notes and Observations."

640. SEYMOUR (ROBERT). Sketches by Seymour. 180 lithograph plates and 5 lithograph titles. 5 vols. in two. 8vo, half morocco, gilt edges.

London: Printed and Published by R. Carlile, 1834-1836 FIRST EDITION of these famous designs, and a fine and complete set.

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641. SHAKESPEARE. Garrick's Vagary; or, England Run Mad. With particulars of the Stratford Jubilee. With an inserted plate "The Procession at the Jubilee." 8vo, full polished calf, gilt edges, by Pratt. London, 1769 Bound in with the above are: "Shakespeare's Jubilee. A Masque. By George Saville Carey. London, 1769; and, "Shakespeare's Garland." Being a Collection of New Songs, Ballads, Roundelays, Catches, Glees, comic Serenatas, etc., performed at the Jubilee at Stratford upon Avon. London, 1769.

642. SHAKESPEARE (WILLIAM). Shakespeare Illustrated by an assemblage of Portraits and Views adapted to the whole series of that author's Historical Dramas. To which are added portraits of Actors, Editors, etc. Illustrated with nearly 150 engraved plates by Birrell, Gardiner, Ridley, Bartolozzi and others after Harding. Folio, old calf, rebacked.

London: Harding, 1793 643. SHAKESPEARE. The Plays of Shakespeare. 9 vols. 32mo, cloth. London: William Pickering, 1825

Pickering's Miniature Edition. Scarce.

644. SHAKESPEARE. The Shakespeare Gallery: A Reproduction in Commemoration of the Tercentenary Anniversary of the Poet's Birth. Illustrated with photographic reproductions of famous paintings. Square 8vo, full blue levant morocco, the back and sides decorated with an elaborate design of flowers and dots in gold, gilt inside borders, gilt edges, by The Hamstead Bindery. Lond. 1864

645. SHAKESPEARE'S Poems, 1640. Portrait. 12mo, cloth, morocco back, uncut. London, 1885

One of 25 copies on Large Paper. An exact text reprint of the first edition.

646. SHAKESPEARE (WILLIAM). The Works of William Shakespeare, and the Life, by Brandes. [Cambridge-Pickering Edition.] Portraits and illustrations. 21 vols., 8vo, half blue levant morocco, gilt backs, gilt tops, uncut, by Stikeman. New York: Croscup and Sterling Co., 1904 Edition de Luxe, limited. Beautifully printed by T. and A. Constable, with the extended Pickering text and Introductions by George Brandes. Notes and Glossary. Extra-Illustrated with a series of plates by Heath, Sharp, and others.

647. SHAKESPEARE (WILLIAM). The Pictorial Edition of the Works of Shakespeare, including the Poems and a Biography. Edited by Charles Knight. Profusely illustrated with woodcuts. 8 vols. Royal 8vo, cloth, uncut. London, n.d.

648. SHAW (HENRY). The Encyclopaedia of Ornament. Illustrated by a series of 53 plates of ironwork, lacework, and needlework, tapestry, stained glass, bookbindings, tiles, panels, screens, etc. 4to, cloth.

Edinburgh, 1904 649. SHELLEY (P. B.). Adonais. An Elegy on the Death of John Keats. 8vo, old half calf. Cambridge, 1829 Bound up with the above are Prize Poems by Selwyn, Macaulay, Praed, Spedding, and others. This edition was edited by Arthur Hallam and Lord Houghton, and is quite scarce.

650. SHELLEY (P. B.). The Letters of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Collected and Edited by Roger Ingpen. With illustrations. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut and unopened. London, 1909

651. SHELLEY. The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley. By Thomas Medwin. With an Introduction and Commentary by H. Buxton Forman. Portraits. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Oxford University Press, 1913 Autograph presentation copy from Mr. Forman. This is a new edi tion printed from a copy copiously amended and extended by the author, and left unpublished at his death.

652. [SHELTON (MAURICE).] An Historical and Critical Essay on the True Rise of Nobility. Portrait. 2 vols., 8vo, old calf. London, 1720 Large and Thick Paper copy.

653. SHEPARD (THOMAS). Meditations and Spiritual Experiences. 12mo, old boards, leather back. Edinburgh, 1749

654. SHIPBUILDING. The Art of Making Masts, Yards, Gaffs, Booms, Blocks, and Oars, as practised in the Royal Navy, and according to the most approved method in the Merchant-Service. Frontispiece, charts and illustrations in the text. 8vo, boards, uncut. London, 1897

655. SHIPWRECK. The Narrative of Captain David Woodward and Four Seamen. Portrait and map. 8vo, old half calf. London, 1804

656. SHORT HISTORY of the English People (Green), London, 1884; Robinson Crusoe (DeFoe), London, 1883; The Imitation of Christ (A'Kempis), Phila., 1889; Le Morte D'Arthur (Mallory), London, 1893. 4 vols., 8vo, cloth.

657. SIDNEY (SIR PHILIP). The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia. Now the eighth time published, with some new additions. Title within elaborate border. Folio, old calf (rebacked and one cover loose). London, 1633 658. SKEAT (WALTER W.). An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language. 4to, cloth. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1893

659. SLADEN (DOUGLAS). In Sicily 1896-1898-1900. With maps and over 300 illustrations. 2 vols., square royal 8vo, cloth, gilt tops, uncut. New York, 1901

660. SLANG. The Slang Dictionary, Etymological, Historical, and Anecdotal. New Edition, revised and corrected, with many additions. Frontispiece. 12mo, half roan. London, 1874

661. SMITH (ADAM). An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. Edited by James E. Thorold Rogers. Portrait. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut and unopened. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1880

662. SMITH (CAPTAIN JOHN). The Generall Historie of Virginia, New England and the Summer Isles. Together with the True Travels, Adventures and Observations and a Sea Grammar. Illustrations. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut and unopened. Glasgow, 1907

663. SMITH (JOHN T.). An Antiquarian Ramble in the Streets of London, with Anecdotes of their more celebrated Residents. Edited by Charles Mackay. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut.


London, 1846

664. SOUTHEY (ROBERT). A Vision of Judgement. 8vo, original calf (covers loose). London, 1821 FIRST EDITION. Bound in with the above is the First Number of "The Liberal" which Byron commenced in conjunction with Shelley and Leigh Hunt, containing "The Vision of Judgment" elicited by Southey's poem of the same title, together with newspaper clippings giving an account of the trial of the publisher of this poem of Byron, for publishing which John Hunt was fined £100.

665. SPAIN. Scenes and Adventures in Spain from 1835 to 1840. By Poco Mas. Frontispieces. 2 vols., 8vo, full calf, gilt. London, 1845 The Kings-Bench

666. SPEED (SAMUEL). Fragmenta Carceris: or, Scuffle; with the Humours of the Common-side. Engraved title. Small 4to, old half morocco, title worn, lower margins extended. Very Scarce.

London, 1674

667. SPENCER (JOHN C.). An Imperfect Narrative of the Gay Doings and Marvellous Festivities holden at Althorp, etc. Frontispiece. 4to, boards, morocco back. London, 1857

Privately printed. Presentation copy from Lord Spencer. 668. SPENSER (EDMUND). Poetical Works. Engraved portrait. 5 vols., 8vo, half red levant morocco, gilt tops, uncut.

London: William Pickering, 1825 Fine copy of this beautifully printed edition.

669. STANLEY (HENRY M.). In Darkest Africa. Maps and illustrations. 2 vols., 8vo, half calf, gilt tops. New York, 1890

670. STEDMAN (CAPT. J. G.). Narrative of a Five Years' Expedition against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam, in Guiana, on the Wild Coast of South Africa, from the year 1772, to 1777, elucidating the History of the Country and describing its Productions, etc. ... with an account of the Indians of Guiana, etc. Illustrated with 80 maps and plates. 2 vols., 4to, full calf. London, 1796

671. [STERNE (LAURENCE).] The Life, Travels, and Adventures of Christopher Wagstaff, Gentleman, Grandfather to Tristram Shandy. 2 vols., 16mo, full green levant morocco, gilt tooled back and inside borders, lined panel borders, gilt edges, by Zaehnsdorf.

London: Printed for J. Hinxman, 1762 FIRST EDITION, being one year earlier than that mentioned in Lowndes. This is a reprint of John Dunton's Voyage Round the World, the object being to insinuate that Sterne used the book as the groundwork for his Tristram Shandy.

672. STEVENS (GEORGE ALEXANDER). The Dramatic History of Master Edward, Miss Ann, Mrs. Llwhuddwhydd, and others. The Extraordinaries of these Times. Collected from Zephaniel's Original Papers. Illustrated with copper plates. 8vo, full polished calf, gilt back, gilt edges. London: Printed for T. Waller, 1743 Fine copy of this very scarce edition, with the curious plate at page 15. With bookplate of Wm. Brightwell Sumner.

673. [STEVENS (GEORGE ALEXANDER).] The Dramatic History of Master Edward, Miss Ann, and others. The Three Extraordinaries of these Times. Collected from Zaphaniel's Original Papers. To which are prefixed, Memoirs of the Life of the Author. Illustrated with copper plates. 8vo, half blue morocco, gilt top. London: Printed for J. Murray, 1786

Contains the scarce plate at p. 15, "The Moonlight Amour."

674. [STEVENSON (ROBERT LOUIS).] The Dispatches of Field-Marshal The Duke of Wellington: During his Various Campaigns in India, Denmark, Portugal, Spain, The Low Countries and France, 1799-1818. Compiled by Col. Gurwood. With Supplement and Index. 14 vols., 8vo, boards, uncut (3 titles missing). London, 1834-39 R. L. STEVENSON'S COPY, WITH NUMEROUS PENCILED NOTES and figures on margins and fly-leaves in the hand of Stevenson, including comments on Napoleon.

675. STEVENSON (ROBERT LOUIS). Treasure Island. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, original green cloth.

676. STEVENSON (ROBERT LOUIS). Strange Case of Mr. Hyde. 12mo, original wrappers.

London, 1883

Dr. Jekyll and
London, 1886

THE EARLIEST ISSUE OF THE FIRST EDITION, with the date on the wrapper 1885, altered in ink to 1886.

677. STEVENSON (ROBERT LOUIS). The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson, including the Life, by Graham Balfour, and the Letters, edited by Sidney Colvin. Portraits and other illustrations. 27 vols., 8vo, half crimson levant morocco, gilt backs, gilt tops, uncut, by Stikeman.

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1897-1911

The Thistle Edition, in a very handsome binding.

678. STEVENSON (ROBERT LOUIS). The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson. Edited by Sidney Colvin. New edition, with 150 new letters. Frontispieces. 4 vols., 16mo, half morocco, gilt tops, uncut.

London, n.d.

679. STRAHAN (EDWARD, Editor). The Art Treasures of America. Being the Choicest Works of Art in the Public and Private Collections of North America. Illustrated with fine photogravure reproductions, on India paper, together with numerous woodcuts in the text. 3 vols., royal folio, full citron levant morocco, doublures of crimson levant morocco, with inlaid morocco borders in crimson and citron, richly tooled in the style of Padeloup, flys of rich brocaded yellow silk, gilt tops, uncut.

Philadelphia: George Barrie & Son, n.d. EDITION DE LUXE, with special printed half-title bearing name of Emilie Busbey Grigsby. Each volume has her monogram in gilt in centre of front doublure, also her bookplate by Lalique. A HANDSOME SET


680. SUETONIUS. Histoire des Douze Césars de Suétone, Traduite par Henri Ophellot de la Pause: Avec des Melanges Philosophiques & des Notes. 4 vols., 8vo, full mottled calf, neatly rebound with gilt backs.

Paris, 1791

Very scarce edition. Unabridged and free rendering from the Latin. 681. [SURTEES (ROBERT).] Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour. Illustrated with 13 hand-colored etchings and numerous woodcuts by John Leech. 8vo, original cloth, uncut. London: Bradbury, Evans, and Co., n.d.

Fine copy of an early issue.

682. [SWIFT (JONATHAN).] A Tale of a Tub. Written for the Universal Improvement of Mankind. To which is added, An Account of a Battel between the Antient and Modern Books in St. James's Library. 8vo, contemporary blind-panelled calf. London, 1704

FIRST EDITION. A crisp copy, with ample margins.

683. SWIFT (JONATHAN).] A Short Character of His Ex. T. E. of W. L. S. of I- - With An Account of some smaller Facts, during His Government, which will not be put into the Articles of Impeachment. 8vo, London: Printed for William Coryton, 1711



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