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684. [SWIFT (JONATHAN).] The Importance of the Guardian Considered, in a Second Letter to the Bailiff of Stockbridge. By a Friend of Mr. St-le. Small 8vo, sewn, uncut. London: Printed for John Morphew, 1713


685. [SWIFT (JONATHAN).] An Hue and Cry after Doctor S- -T; Occasion'd by a True and Exact Copy of Part of his own Diary, found in his Pocket Book, wherein he has set down a faithful Account of himself, and of all that happen'd to him for the last Week of his Life. Small 8vo, sewn, uncut. London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1714

FIRST EDITION. Contains at the end "A copy of verses fastn'd to the Gate of St. P's Ch D- -r, on the Day of the 1-t of a certain D-n."

686. SWIFT (JONATHAN). Travels into several Remote Nations of the World. Portrait of Gulliver by Sturt and Sheppard and maps. 2 vols., 8vo full sprinkled calf, gilt edges. London: Printed for Benj. Motte, 1720 THIRD EDITION, with continuous pagination in each volume, and the FIRST EDITION so paged.

687. SWIFT (JONATHAN). Travels into Several Remote Nations of th World. Maps and plates. Second Edition. Volume one only. 12mo, orig inal calf (hinges weak). London, 172

688. [SWIFT (JONATHAN).] Voyages du Capitaine Lemuel Gulliver, ei divers Pays éloignez; Nouvelle traduction, plus ample, plus exacte, et plu fidéle, que celle de Paris. Illustrated with copperplate maps and views (in second part only). 12mo, full crushed brown levant morocco, richly tooled on sides and inlaid with red and green morocco, gilt borders, gilt edges by Petit. La Haye, Gausse et Neauline, 1727

VERY RARE. This edition is unknown alike to Brunet, Quérard, and Barbier. It was published in the same year as the first French translation by the Abbé Guyot-Desfontaines, and one year after the appearance of the original work. The translator is unknown. With the Thomas Westwood bookplate.

689. [SWIFT (JONATHAN).] Travels into several remote Nations of the World. By Lemuel Gulliver. Illustrated with upwards of 400 wood en gravings from designs by Grandville. Royal 8vo, half blue morocco, gilt top uncut. London, n.d Fine copy. Contains copious notes, a Life of the Author, and a Essay on Satirical Fiction, by W. C. Taylor.


690. [SWINBURNE (A. C.).] Le Sage (A. R.). The Adventures of Gi Blas of Santillana. Newly translated from the French by Martin Smart One hundred copper plate engravings by Tomlinson and Warner, all delicately colored by hand. 4 vols., 12mo, original tree calf (one cover loose).

London, 1807 SWINBURNE'S COPY, with his autograph on first fly-leaf: "A. C Swinburne, 1883." Preserved in handsome case in form of four-vol ume set of books, gilt tooled and lettered, leather lined, by Riviere. 691. SWORD EXERCISE. Rules and Regulations for the Sword Exercise of the Cavalry. From the copy printed by his Brittannic Majesty's Command for the War-Office, London, 1805. Frontispiece. 8vo, original boards, uncut (worn and pp. soiled). Philadelphia, 1808

692. SYMONDS (J. A.). An Introduction to the Study of Dante. Frontispiece. 12mo, cloth, uncut. London, 1878%

FIRST EDITION. With the slip of errata loosely laid in.

693. SYMONDS (J. A.). Sketches in Italy and Greece. cut.


12mo, cloth, unLondon, 1874

694. SYMONDS (J. A.). The Sonnets of Michael Angelo Buonarroti and Tommaso Campanella, now for the first time translated into rhymed English. 12mo, cloth, uncut.

London, 1878

FIRST EDITION. Autograph presentation copy, with inscription, from F. E. Cottrell Dormer to Frederick Reynolds.

695. SYMONDS (J. A.). Many Moods. A Volume of Verse. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth, uncut. London, 1878

696. SYMONDS (J. A.). Animi Figura. 12mo, half morocco, gilt top, unLondon, 1882 FIRST EDITION.


697. SYMONDS (J. A.). Christopher Marlowe. Edited by Havelock Ellis, with an Introduction by John Addington Symonds. Portrait. 12mo, gray cloth, uncut. FIRST EDITION, uncut.

London, 1887

698. SYMONS (ARTHUR). Images of Good and Evil. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth, uncut and unopened. London, 1899

699. SYMONS (ARTHUR). A Book of Twenty Songs. FIRST EDITION. Square 12mo, original wrappers, uncut.

London, 1905

700. TASSO (TORQUATO). Jerusalem Delivered. Portrait and steel engravings. 12mo, half vellum. London, 1864

701. TERRA ROSSA (VITALE). Riflessioni Geografiche circa le Terre incognite Distese in ossequio perpetuo della Nobilita Veneziana. Small 4to, original limp boards, uncut (somewhat water-stained). In Padova, 1686

Very Scarce. This edition is one year earlier than the edition cited in Brunet.

702. THACKERAY (W. M.). Thackerayana: Notes and Anecdotes. Illustrated by hundreds of sketches by Thackeray, depicting humorous incidents in his School Life, etc. 12mo, original cloth, gilt, gilt top, uncut.

New York, 1875 SECOND EDITION, with 5 colored plates which do not appear in the FIRST EDITION, published the same year.

703. THACKERAY (W. M.). The Works of Thackeray. the author and others. 26 vols., 8vo, buckram, gilt tops, uncut.


Illustrated by
London, 1901

704. THACKERAY (W. M.). The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray. Illustrations by the Author and others. 32 vols., 8vo, half blue levant morocco, gilt backs, gilt tops, uncut, by Stikeman.


New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1903-04 The Kensington Edition. One of 250 copies on Enfield paper. each volume is inserted a water-color drawing by Sparks.

705. [THACKERAY.] Mrs. Brookfield and her Circle. By Charles and Frances Brookfield. Numerous portraits. 2 vols., large 8vo, cloth, gilt tops, London, 1905


706. THESPIAN DICTIONARY; or, Dramatic Biography of the Eighteenth Century. Small 8vo, full green levant morocco, gilt, gilt top, by Cecil & Larkin. London, 1802 EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 38 plates of famous English actors and actresses in character.

707. [THIBAULT.] La Vie de Pedrille del Campo, Roman Comique dans le goust Espagnol, par Monsieur T*** G. D. T. With 14 curious copperplates engraved by Crepy, after A. de Lestre. 12mo, full green crushed levant morocco, triple line borders, gilt-tooled floral back, inside dentelle borders, gilt edges, by Hardy. Paris: Pierre Prault, 1718

FIRST EDITION. Rare. Unknown to Brunet, Graesse, and Cohen. 708. THOREAU (HENRY D.). Walden. With an Introduction by Bradford Torrey. Illustrated with photogravures. 2 vols., 12mo, half olive morocco, gilt tops, uncut.

Boston, 1897

709. THOREAU (HENRY D.). The Writings of Thoreau, including the Journal. Portraits and illustrations. 20 vols., 8vo, buckram, uncut.

Boston, 1906 The Manuscript Edition, limited to 600 copies. Contains a page of Manuscript in the handwriting of Thoreau. The sets are printed at the Riverside Press and signed by Houghton, Mifflin & Co.

710. TICKNOR (GEORGE). History of Spanish Literature. 3 vols., 8vo, half calf, faint embossed stamp on titles. London, 1885

711. TISSOT (J. JAMES). The Life of our Saviour Jesus Christ. 364 compositions from the Four Gospels. With Notes and explanatory Drawings. 3 vols., large 4to, three-quarter maroon levant morocco, gilt backs, gilt tops, uneut, by Stikeman. New York, 1903

All of the full-page plates are in color, and many of the smaller ones. A specially fine copy of this interesting work.

712. TITIAN (Gronau), London, n.d.; Cavalier and Puritan (Newdegate), London, 1901; The Primates of the Four Georges (Rowden), London, 1916. Illustrations. 3 vols., 8vo, cloth.

713. TRACTATUS Borgnini Cavalcani Juris Consulti fivizanensis, de tutore, et curatore, et de usufructu mulieri relicto. Francofurti ad Moenum, 1572; Antonii de Mattheis, Veteriori Cognomine de Paparescis, Romani, Legum Interpretis, & Jurisconsul. Francofurti ad Moenum, 1576. 2 vols. in one. Small 4to, original vellum, gilt.

714. TRAGEDY of Pompey the Great (Masefield). FIRST EDITION, London, 1910; Fisherman's Luck (Van Dyke), N. Y., 1913; The Metaphysics of Balzac (Gestefeld), N. Y., 1898, and 3 others. 6 vols., 12mo and Svo, cloth.

715. TRILBY (Du Maurier), New York, 1895; The Prime Minister (Agnus), London, 1908; John Christopher (Rolland), London, 1910. 3 vols., 12mo, cloth.

716. TROLLOPE (FRANCES E.) and TROLLOPE (T. ADOLPHUS). The Homes and Haunts of the Italian Poets. 2 vols., 12mo, cloth, uncut.

London, 1881 717. TUCKER (JOSIAH), Tract V. The Respective Pleas and Arguments of the Mother Country and of the Colonies, 1776; A Letter to Edmund Burke, 1775. 2 vols. in 1, 8vo, new cloth. Gloucester, 1776-75

718. TUER (ANDREW W.). Bartolozzi and his Works. A Biographical and Descriptive account of the Life and Career of Francesco Bartolozzi. Illustrated. 2 vols., 4to, vellum, gilt tops, uncut. London, n.d..

Large Paper copy, signed by the author.

719. TURNER (J. M. W.). Catalogue of the Plates of Turner's Liber Studiorum. With an Introduction and Notes. 4to, half roan.

Cambridge, 1874

Extra-Illustrated with Portrait and 7 plates, loosely laid in and


720. VALE PRESS. The Works of William Shakespeare. With woodcut borders and ornaments by Charles Ricketts. 26 vols. only, 8vo, original cloth, uncut and unopened. London, v.d. Includes: Romeo and Juliet; Titus Andronicus; Troilus and Cressida ; Love's Labour's Lost; The Merchant of Venice; Comedy of Errors; Pericles; Coriolanus; King Lear; Twelfth Night; Midsummer Night's Dream; Taming of the Shrew; The Tempest; The Winter's Tale; Two Gentlemen of Verona; Cymbeline; Hamlet; Julius Cæsar; Othello; Timon; Merry Wives of Windsor; Macbeth; All's Well that Ends Well; Antony and Cleopatra; Measure for Measure; Much Ado about Nothing.

721. VANE (SIR HENRY). The Tryal of Sir Henry Vane, Kt. at the Kings Bench, Westminster, 1662. Small 4to, half calf. Printed in the Year, 1662 Scarce. Written by a Sectarist in favor of Vane, and printed by stealth.

722. VERSTEGAN (R.). Restitution of Decayed Intelligence in Antiquities, Concerning the most Noble and Renowned English Nation. By the Study and Travel of R. Verstegan. Vignette on title and engravings in the text. 12mo, old calf. London, 1673

723. VILLON SOCIETY. Tales from the Arabic of the Breslau and Calcutta (1814-18) Editions of the Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night, now first done into English by John Payne. 3 vols., 8vo. parchment boards, gilt tops, uncut. London: Printed for the Villon Society, 1884

Limited Edition printed privately for members of the Villon Society.


724. VESTRIS (MADAME). Memoirs of the Life, Public and Private Adventures, of Madame Vestris. . . with Interesting and Curious Anecdotes of Celebrated and Distinguished Characters in the Fashionable World. Embellished with portraits and curious colored plates. 8vo, full calf, gilt back, gilt edges. London, n.d.

THE GENUINE EDITION, against the publisher of which Madame Vestris obtained an injunction, when the work was suppressed. EXTRAILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 40 very fine portraits, mostly PROOFS, some on India paper, of Mrs. Coutts, by Blood; Mr. Warde as Mr. Honeywood: Mary Anna Clarke, with autograph; Mrs. Dickens, by Bourlier; Mrs. Dickens as Rosina, by Kennerley; Miss Love as Lilla, by Welnoth; Mr. Kean, as Mr. Giles Overreach; Mr. Kean, as Hamlet, and others. Very fine copy.

725. VOLTAIRE. L'Esprit de Monsieur de Voltaire. Vignette title. Svo, old calf. N. P., 1759

726. [WALPOLE (HORACE).] The Mysterious Mother; A Tragedy. 8vo, new half calf, gilt edges. Dublin, 1791

727. WALPOLE. Horace Walpole: A Memoir. With an Appendix of Books Printed at the Strawberry Hill Press. By Austin Dobson. Illustra tions by Percy and Leon Moran. 2 vols., royal 8vo, half crushed blue levant morocco, gilt tooled backs, gilt tops, uncut.

London: Osgood, McIlvaine & Co., 1890

One of 425 copies printed from type on Dickinson hand made paper, by DeVinne. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED AND EXTENDED TO TWO VOLUMES by the insertion of about eighty additional portraits and plates, including many scarce old copper plates, folding views, portraits of his most interesting contemporaries and favorite authors, and a colored view of "Houghton in Norfolk, the Seat of the Earl of Oxford."

728. [WALSINGHAM (SIR FRANCIS).] Arcana Aulica; or, Walsingham's Manual; of Prudential Maxims, for the States-man And the Courtier. Title within ornamental border. Small 8vo, old calf (hinges weak).

London, 1655

FIRST EDITION. The author was one of the chief pillars of the throne of Elizabeth and of the Protestant cause.

729. WALTON AND COTTON. The Compleat Angler; or, The Contemplative Man's Recreation. The First part. Part I. Being a Discourse of Rivers, Fish-Ponds, Fish and Fishing. The Fifth Edition much corrected and enlarged. (II). The Compleat Angler. Being Instructions how to angle for a Trout or Grayling in a clear Stream. Part II. [monogram]; (III) The Experienced Angler; or, Angling Improv'd. Being a General Discourse of Angling. By Col. Robert Venables. The Fourth Edition, much enlarged. Illustrated with copper plates. 12mo, full green levant morocco, gilt back and sides, gilt edges. London, 1676 FIFTH EDITION, with the First of Cotton. The original title to the first part has been replaced with a facsimile title of the FIRST EDITION, and facsimile frontispiece.

730. WALTON (IZAAK). Lives of Sir John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert, and Dr. Robert Sanderson. Illustrated with a number of finely engraved plates on India paper, several of them being proofs. 2 vols., 8vo, half blue morocco, gilt backs, gilt over uncut edges. London: John Major, 1825

LARGE PAPER COPY, extended to two volumes by the insertion of a large number of portraits and views, some of which are scarce. 731. WARD (H. G.). Mexico in 1827. Maps and illustrations. 2 vols., thick 8vo, original boards, paper labels (a little worn). London, 1828

The scarce FIRST EDITION. Contains the best account of the Mexican silver mines ever published. With the autograph of Sir A. Nuir Mackenzie on front cover of each volume.

732. WASHINGTON (GEORGE). Official Letters to the Honorable Ameriean Congress, Written, during the War between the United Colonies and Great Britain, by his Excellency, George Washington. 2 vols., 8vo, half calf, gilt tops, uncut. London, 1795

733. WASHINGTON (GEORGE). Epistles; Domestic, Confidential, and Official, from General Washington, written about the commencement of the American Contest, when he entered on the command of the Army of the United States. Portrait by Rollinson after Savage. 8vo, full sheep. New York, 1796

Good copy of the Spurious Letters of Washington, the author of which was never discovered. The work has an interesting bearing on the affairs of the Revolution and on the history of Washington's administration, as showing the methods which were employed to injure his character and to prejudice the minds of the people.

734. WASHINGTON (GEORGE). Letters from his Excellency George Washington, to Arthur Young and Sir John Sinclair, containing an account of his Husbandry, with his Opinions on various Questions in Agriculture, and Many Particulars of the Rural Economy of the United States. 8vo, half Alexandria, 1803


735. WEBB (THOMAS E.). The Veil of Isis: A series of Essays on Idealism. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, three-quarter olive levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Zaehnsdorf. Dublin, 1885

Autograph presentation copy from the author to J. P. Mahaffy.

736. WELD (ISAAC). Travels through the States of North America, and the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, during the Years 1795, 1796, and 1797. SECOND EDITION, illustrated with 16 plates and maps. 2 vols., 8vo, boards, uncut. London, 1799

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