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129. [COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE).] The Bravo. A Tale. FIRST EDITION. 2 vols. 12mo, original boards, uncut (backs missing and binding loose). Phila., 1831

130. [COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE).] The Monikins. FIRST EDITION. 2 vols., original half cloth and boards, uncut. Phila., 1835

131. Another copy of the same (hinge torn and name on one title).

132. [COOPER (James Fenimore).] 12mo, cloth, paper labels.


Sketches of Switzerland. 2 vols.,
Philadelphia, 1836

133. Another copy of the same. (Backs faded and one hinge split.) 134. [COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE).] Homeward Bound; or, The Chase. A Tale of the Sea. FIRST EDITION. 2 vols. 12mo, original cloth.

Phila., 1838

135. [COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE).] Home as Found. FIRST EDI2 vols. 12mo, original cloth. Phila., 1838


136. COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE). The History of the Navy of the United States of America. Frontispiece maps. 2 vols. 8vo, original cloth (one hinge split). Philadelphia, 1839


137. [COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE).] The Pathfinder: or, The Inland Sea. FIRST EDITION. 2 vols. 12mo, original cloth, uncut (name on one Phila., 1840


138. COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE). The Deerslayer: or, The First War-Path. A Tale. FIRST EDITION. 2 vols. 12mo, original cloth, paper labels (name on titles). Phila., 1841

139. COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE). Ned Myers; or, A Life Before the Mast. 12mo, half calf (rubbed and somewhat foxed). Philadelphia, 1843


140. COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE). Le Mouchoir. An Autobiographical Romance. 4to, half blue morocco. New York, 1843

THE VERY SCARCE FIRST EDITION as it appeared in "Brother Jonathan" for March 22, 1843.

141. COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE). A Letter to his Countrymen. New York, 1834; Memorial of James Fenimore Cooper. FIRST EDITION. New York, 1852. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth and sewn.

142. COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE). Novels. 110 volumes of the English Editions, mainly in the original boards (some bindings worn).

A nearly complete set of the English Editions, which are printed in much more readable type than the early American editions. This edition is extremely difficult to make up and is most desirable on account of its splendid printing.

143. CORTES. Letters of Cortes. The Five Letters of Relation from Fernan Cortes to the Emperor Charles V. Translated and Edited, with a biographical introduction and notes, compiled from original sources. By Francis A. MacNutt. Portraits and maps. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth and boards, gilt tops, uncut. New York, 1908

Limited to 750 copies.

144. COTTON (JOHN). The Pouring Out of the Seven Vials, or an Exposition of the 16. Chapter of the Revelation, with an Application of it to our Times. Preached in sundry Sermons at Boston in New-England. Small 4to, original sheep binding.

Fine, crisp copy of the FIRST EDITION. RARE.

London, Printed for R. S., 1642

145. CROCKETT (S. R.). Collected Set of FIRST EDITIONS of the Writings of S. R. Crockett. 17 vols. 12mo, cloth and paper.

v.p., n.d. Consisting of: The Stickit Minister, 1893; The Lilac Sunbonnet, 1894; Mad Sir Uchtred of the Hills, 1894; The Raiders, 1894; The Men of the Moss-Hags, 1894; Bog-Myrtle and Peat, 1895; The Grey Man, 1896; Sweetheart Travellers [1895]; Cleg Kelly, 1896; Lads' Love, 1897; Sir Toady Lion, 1897; The Red Axe, 1898; The Standard Bearer, 1898; Kit Kennedy, 1899; The Stickit Minister's Wooing, 1900; Love Idyls, 1901; The Standard Bearer, N. Y., 1898. The last volume is an autograph presentation copy from the author.


146. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Pencil Study. View from the Top of St. Paul's. With marginal notes and inscription on the top in Cruikshank's autograph. Size 11 x 171⁄2 inches.

The central theme is a view of Fleet Street as seen from St. Paul's Cathedral. On the margins are various notes and memoranda evidently intended for other sketches in connection with the great Exposition at Hyde Park, 1851-details of bridges, balloons, triumphal arches, etc.


147. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Original pen and ink sketch showing five heads. About 81⁄2 x 74. Signed by George Cruikshank. Back of sketch covered with his writing.

148. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Caricature, Hard Times, or, O! Dear what will become of us, O! dear what shall we do?!!!! Etched, colored, folio. Published February 10th, 1814

A procession of the unemployed. One of the poor artists represents George Cruikshank himself.

149. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Etching, colored, folio.

Caricature, Little Boney Gone to Pot. Published May 12, 1814 The devil rising from the sea hands Napoleon a loaded pistol and says, "If you have one spark of courage left take this."

The treaty of Paris, whereby Napoleon abdicated, and was sent by the allies to Elba, was signed on May 30, 1814.

150. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Colored Etching. Bees (properly) suspended. Small 4to.

Helba Flag. Three Pub. by H. Humphrey, 1815 One of Cruikshank's scarce Napoleon etchings.

151. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Caricature, Boney's Threatened Invasion brought to bear-or taking a View of the English coast from ye Poop of the Bellerophon. Etching, colored, folio.

Published by S. W. Fores, September 1st, 1815

152. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Caricature. The Afterpiece to the Tragedy of Waterloo; or, Madame Francoise & her Managers!!! Etching, uncolored, folio.


153. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Original First Proof of the plate of Signor Naldi as Figaro, drawn and etched expressly for the British stage, February, 1818. Plate size 44 x 81⁄2 inches.

This had been colored by hand and on the back are written full instructions to the engraver in Cruikshank's autograph.

154. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). trial Exhibition of all Nations.

Etching, The Plan of the Great IndusPlate size 171⁄2 x 12.


155. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). German Popular Stories, Translated from the Kinder and Haus Marchen, Collected by M. M. Grimm, From Oral Tradition. 2 vols., 12mo, full yellow levant morocco, gilt edges, by Bedford, enclosed in morocco slip case. London, Published by C. Baldwyn, 1823-26 FIRST EDITION. A few pages have been skilfully repaired, and the half titles are of a later date, otherwise a very good and desirable copy.


156. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). India Proofs. Illustrations for German Popular Stories. 14 odd plates on 7 sheets, including both of the title



157. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Forty Woodcut Illustrations of Lord Byron's Works. 1 vol., 8vo, orig. wrappers, uncut. London [1830]

158. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Illustrations to Popular Works. Part 1 (all published). 4to, original wrappers. In a cloth slip-case. London: Published for the Artist [1830] Large Paper copy of the First Edition, with the plates on India paper.

159. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Burford Cottage and its Robin-Red Breast. Engraved title by Devenport after Cruikshank and vignette on title by Thompson after Cruikshank. 12mo, half calf, gilt top, uncut.

London, Printed for Thomas Tegg and Son, 1835 160. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). The Original Prospectus of the TableBook. 4 page leaflet, 8vo, unbound. London [1844]

EXCEEDINGLY SCARCE. Thackeray contributed to the "Table Book."


161. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Complete set of proofs of the Etchings and Woodcuts for the "Table Book." The etchings are each on India paper, mounted, and the woodcuts on eight large sheets of India paper undivided. Folio, unbound. [1845] The etched title is signed in pencil by Cruikshank and the woodcut for the cover bears the following legend in his autograph: "Proofs from the original engravings on wood for the Table Book-Geo. Cruikshank." VERY RARE.


162. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Complete set of proofs of the Etchings and Woodcuts illustrating "George Cruikshank's Omnibus." The etchings are each on India paper and the woodcuts on 7 large sheets India paper undivided. Folio, unbound. [1842] The etched title is signed in pencil by Cruikshank, and the woodcut for the cover bears the following inscription in his autograph: "Eighty Proofs from the original Engravings on Wood. George Cruikshank.'

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163. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Steel Engraving "The Worship of Bacchus." Large folio plate containing many groups. Published in London in 1864. Repaired in folds. With "A Key" explaining the subject.

Proof after letters, with "George Cruikshank'' in pencil on the margin.

164. Another copy of the same, without date. Repaired.

165. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). A Comic Alphabet. Designed, etched, and published by George Cruikshank.

23 Myddelton Terrace, Pentonville, n.d. Twenty-four subjects in color, on one sheet. Accompanying the plate is the fawn-colored wrapper, with portrait of Tilt. 166. [CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE).] A Few Notes Upon Some Rare Cruikshankiana. By Albert M. Cohn. Illustrated. 4to, paper covers. London, 1915

One of 250 copies. This is in the nature of a supplement to Cohn's Bibliography and contains the result of discoveries made after the publication of the larger work.

167. DE LANCEY (OLIVER). Royalist General in Revolution. A. L. S., 1 p. folio. Jamaica, Sept. 11, 1776. A True Copy."

"I am ordered by his Excellency General How to write to you to order all the fat Cattle and Sheep in Suffolk County to be immediately drove down to Jamaica," etc.

168. DELAPLAINE'S REPOSITORY of the Lives and Portraits of Distinguished American Characters. Engraved title, frontispiece, and portraits. 4to, original boards, uncut (back worn). Philadelphia, 1815

Contains portraits of Columbus, by Maverick; Vespuccius; Alexander Hamilton, by Leney; Washington, by Leney, and others. This is the First part of this work.

169. DELAWARE. Vincent (Francis). A History of the State of Delaware, From its first Settlement until the Present Time. With a description of its Geography and Geology. 8vo, original 15 paper parts, as issued. [All published.] Philadelphia, 1870

A standard history of the State, scarce in the original parts, as new, uncut and unopened.

170. De PUY (HENRY F.). A Bibliography of the English Colonial Treaties with the American Indians, including a Synopsis of each Treaty. With a facsimile of each Treaty. 8vo, buckram, gilt top, uncut.

New York: Printed for the Lenox Club, 1917 One of 125 copies, printed on heavy paper.

171. [DICKENS (CHARLES).] The Tuggs's at Ramsgate, by "Boz.' Together with Other Tales, by Distinguished Writers. 12mo, boards, cloth back, paper label (name on title). Phila., 1837 A VERY SCARCE Dickens item.

172. DICKENS (CHARLES). Circular in Regard to a Benefit Performance at Drury Lane Theatre, etc., composed by Dickens. 1 page, 4to, July 26, 1843.

EXTREMELY RARE. This was in aid of Mr. Elton, who perished in the wreck of the Pegasus.

The present copy contains on the inside page an A. L. S. from Thomas Landseer To Mr. Manley, asking his response for this Benefit.

173. DICKENS (CHARLES). The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. Illustrations by "Phiz." 39 original parts, with duplicates, as follows: Parts 1 (4), 2 (3), 3 (2), 4 (2), 5 (2), 6, 7 (2), 8 (3), 9 (2), 10 (3), 11 (2), 12, 13 (2), 14 (2), 15, 16 (2), 17 (2), 18 (2), 19-20. 8vo, original wrappers to most of the parts, uncut (some of the parts are incomplete). London: Chapman and Hall, 1843-44

174. DICKENS (CHARLES). The Entirely New and Original Drama in Three Parts, Entitled, "The Cricket on the Hearth," "A Fairy Tale of Home," etc., etc. As performed at the Theatre Royal Lyceum. 12mo, paper London, 1845 EXTREMELY RARE. Published the year before the appearance of the first edition of "The Cricket on the Hearth."


175. DICKENS (CHARLES). The Cricket on the Hearth. A Fairy Tale of Home. 8vo, original paper covers, uncut. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1846 THE FIRST AMERICAN EDITION, uncut, as issued, with a 16-page catalogue of Harper's publications in the back and advertisements on the back cover.

176. DICKENS (CHARLES). Dombey and Son. Illustrations by H. K. Browne. In the original parts as follows: Parts 1, 2, 4-7, 9-18. 8vo, original wrappers (3 missing), uncut. London: Bradbury and Evans, 1846-48


177. DICKENS (CHARLES). David Copperfield. Illustrations by H. K. Browne. 22 Original Parts, with duplicates, as follows: 3 (2), 4, 5 (2), 6, 7 (2), 8 (2), 9-12 (2), 13-16 (2), 17-18. 8vo, ainly with original wrap

pers, uncut.

London: Bradbury and Evans, 1849-50


178. DICKENS (CHARLES). Bleak House. With illustrations by H. K. Browne. 8vo, in the original 20 parts with the green wrappers, as issued, enclosed in a half morocco slip case. London, 1852-53

FIRST EDITION. Some backs neatly repaired, otherwise good copy with all the wrappers and advertisements.

179. DICKENS (CHARLES). Speech of Charles Dickens, Esq., delivered at the Meeting of the Administrative Reform Association at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, Wednesday, June 27, 1855. 8vo, sewn.

London: Effingham Wilson, 1855


180. DICKENS (CHARLES). Our Mutual Friend. With illustrations by Marcus Stone. 8vo, in the original 20 parts, with the wrappers as issued. London, 1864-65

FIRST EDITION. Some backs neatly repaired, otherwise good copy with all the wrappers and advertisements.

181. DICKENS (CHARLES). Dinner to Charles Dickens, Freemasons' Tavern, Saturday, November 2nd, 1867. Glees and drigals. 4to, sewn. [London, 1867]

VERY SCARCE. Contains a list of the Dinner Committee and Stewards, the words of the songs, and the musical programme played by the Grenadier Guard's Band.

182. DICKENS (CHARLES). The Charles Dickens' Dinner. An Authentic Record of the Public Banquet given to Mr. Charles Dickens, at the Freemasons' Hall, London, on Saturday, November 2, 1867, prior to his Departure for the United States. With a Report of the Speeches. 8vo, sewn. London, 1867

FIRST EDITION. Very scarce.

183. DICKENS (CHARLES). Hunted Down: A Story. With some Account of Thomas Griffiths Wainewright, the Poisoner. 12mo, original wrappers. (Back worn) in cloth case. [London, 1870]


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