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267. ETHNOLOGY. Twenty-Third Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, 1901-2. Illustrated. Imp. 8vo, wrappers. Washington, 1904


Devoted entirely to the Zuni Indians, their origin, ceremonies, customs,

268. EVELYN (JOHN). Diary of John Evelyn, Esq., to which are added a selection from his Familiar Letters and the Private Correspondence between Charles I and Sir Edward Nicholas. Edited by William Bray. With a Life by Henry Wheatley. 100 engraved and 24 woodburytype portraits and views. 4 vols. imperial 8vo, half brown levant morocco, gilt tops, uncut, by Bickers. London, 1882

Edition de Luxe, limited to 60 copies, numbered and signed by the Publisher.

269. EVENTS in Indian History, beginning with an Account of the Origin of the American Indians and embracing concise Biographies of the principal Chiefs and Head Sachems of the different Indian Tribes, with Narratives and Captivities. With 8 folding plates. 8vo, half blue morocco, gilt top. Philadelphia, 1842

270. EVERITT (GRAHAM). English Caricaturists and Graphic Humourists of the Nineteenth Century. How they Illustrated and Interpreted their Times. Profusely illustrated with reproductions of the famous caricatures of the period. 4to, cloth, gilt top, uncut (shaken). London, 1886

271. FAGE (R.). A Description of The Whole World, with Some General Rules touching the use of the Globe, Wherein Is contained the situation of several Countries, etc. Very delightful to be read in so small a Volume. Engraved figure of the Heavens and Elements. Small 8vo, full old calf, rebacked.

London: Printed by J. Owsley, 1658

FINE COPY OF THE VERY RARE FIRST EDITION, which does not appear to have occurred at auction in many years. It contains a description of America and the chief cities, with the two pages of catalogue of plates, maps, etc., sold by Peter Stent, at the end. Lowndes mentions the work, but does not locate a single copy.

272. FALCONER (THOMAS). On the Discovery of the Mississippi, and on the South-Western, Oregon, and North-Western Boundary of the United States. 12mo, boards, morocco back.

London, 1844

FIRST EDITION. Autograph presentation copy from the author to Pierre Margry, with inscription on fly-leaf. Margry was the author of several works on America, and there are numerous notes in pencil in his hand on margins.

273. FAMOUS CHINOIS (The): or the Loves of Several of the French Nobility, under borrowed names. With a Key annexed. 12mo, full red leather, blind-tooled, gilt top, by Sangorski and Sutcliffe.


274. DARLEY (FELIX O. C.). Scenes in Indian Life: A Series of Original Designs portraying events in the Life of an Indian Chief. Drawn and etched on stone by Felix O. C. Darley. Το which is added, in illustration, the Death of the War-Eagle. long 4to, original paper wrappers, uncut.

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Philadelphia, 1843 Exceedingly Rare. These interesting plates of Indian life are much scarcer than Catlin's Indian Portfolio. This copy is from the Wilberforce Eames collection and is one of the very few copies known in the original parts.

275. FEATHERMAN (A.). Social History of the Races of Mankind. 5 vols. 8vo, half brown levant morocco, gilt tops, by Launder. London: Trubner & Co., 1881-91 276. FERRALL (S. A.). A Ramble of Six Thousand Miles through the United States of America. Facsimile frontispiece. 8vo, half calf. London, 1832

277. FIELD (THOMAS W.). Books on the American Indians.] gilt top, uncut (title wanting).

Catalogue [of his Collection of 8vo, half red morocco, gilt back, [New York, 1875]

278. FINLEY (JAMES B.). Life among the Indians; or, Personal Reminiscences and Historical Incidents illustrative of Indian Life and Character. Portraits of the author and Indian Chiefs. 12mo, cloth. Cincinnati, 1859

279. FISKE (JOHN). A Collected Set of the LARGE PAPER Edition of the Writings of John Fiske. Illustrated with maps, portraits, facsimiles, etc. 13 vols. royal 8vo, boards, paper labels, Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1892-1904



The Discovery of America, 4 vols. (the scarcest of the series). 1892
The American Revolution, 2 vols.


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The Dutch and Quaker Colonies in America, 2 vols.
New France and New England.


Limited to 250 copies. A VERY FINE SET.


280. FLINT (TIMOTHY). Recollections of the Last Ten Years, passed in occasional Residences and Journeyings in the Valley of the Mississippi, from Pittsburgh and the Missouri to the Gulf of Mexico, and from Florida to the Spanish Frontier; in a Series of Letters to the Rev. James Flint, of Salem, Mass. 8vo, three-quarter maroon levant morocco, gilt top, uncut. Boston, 1826

FIRST EDITION. Fine tall copy in uncut state.

The Synopsis or

281. FOLKINGHAM (W.). Feudigraphia. Epitome of Surveying Methodized. . . . And no less remarkable for all Vnder-takers in the Plantation of Ireland or Virginia, for all Trauilers for Discoueries of forraine Countrie, etc. Small 4to, full polished calf, gilt back, gilt edges, by Morrell.

London: Printed for Richard Moore, 1610

FIRST EDITION of this very scarce treatise. Printed in Black Letter.

282. FORBES (JAMES D.). Norway and its Glaciers Visited in 1851; followed by Journals of Excursions in the high Alps of Dauphine, Berne and Savoy. Illustrated with colored plates and woodcut vignettes. Royal 8vo, half blue morocco, gilt top, uncut. FIRST EDITION. Fine copy. Edinburgh: A. and C. Black, 1853 283. FORTIER (ALCEE). trated with map, and numerous Goupil photogravures, the frontispieces beautifully colored. 4 vols. royal 8vo, cloth, gilt tops, uncut. Paris: Goupil, 1904

A History of Louisiana.

Limited Edition. Fine copy of a very handsome publication.


284. FOSS (JOHN). A Journal of the Captivity and Sufferings of John Foss, several years a prisoner at Algiers. Second Edition. 12mo, original sheep.

Scarce. Good copy. Newburyport: Angier March, n. d. [1798] 285. FOWLER (JACOB). The Journal of Jacob Fowler, Narrating an Adventure from Arkansas through the Indian Territory, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico, to the sources of Rio Grande del Norte, 1821-22. Edited, with Notes, by Elliott Coues. Frontispiece facsimile of a leaf of the manuscript. 8vo, cloth, uncut. New York: F. P. Harper, 1898

Limited Edition.

286. FOWLER (WILLIAM W.). Woman of the American Frontier. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth. Hartford, 1878

Includes accounts of Indian captivities.

287. FOX (CHARLES JAMES). A History of the Early Part of the Reign of James the Second. Portrait. 4to, boards, morocco back, with Royal insignia in gilt. London, 1808

From the library of Louis Phillipe, with stamp on title "Bibliothèque du Roi, Neuilly."

288. FREER (MARTHA W.). A Collected Set of the FIRST EDITIONS of the Historical Writings of Martha Walker Freer (including a duplicate copy of "Margaret d'Angouleme" Second Edition). Frontispiece illustrations. 21 vols. 12mo and 8vo, full russet calf, gilt backs, gilt tops, uncut (two volumes in original cloth). London, 1854-1856


The Life of Margaret d'Angoulême, 2 vols. 1854.

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289. FRENCH MEMOIRS. The Royal Mistresses of France, or, The Secret History of the Amours of all the French Kings, etc. 12mo, old calf. London, 1695


290. FRENCH PORTRAITS. Portraits illustrative of the History of France, Vols. 2 and 3; also, Bonaparte Family: Galerie Historique, Paris, 1844; Iconographie des Contemporains, depuis 1789 jusqu'à 1829 (broken and loose). Illustrated with numerous portraits and facsimile signatures. 5 vols. royal 8vo, various bindings.

291. FRENCH REVOLUTION. Tafereelen van de Staatsomwenteling in Frankrijk. 170 finely engraved portraits and battle scenes, with 24 engraved title-pages. 2 vols. 8vo, boards, cloth backs. Amsterdam, 1794-1806

Fine copy.

292. FRENCH REVOLUTION. Document signed by Goupilleau, Merlin, Lomont, Legendre and others. 1 p. folio. 1 p. folio. August 17, 1794. Releasing the Brothers Thelusson.

293. FRENCH REVOLUTION. Laurent Gouvion Saint-Cyr, D. S. on parchment; Antoine J. M. Valette, A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to; Comte de Tilly, 1 p. 4to; Antoine C. Salicetti, A. L. in the third person. 4 pieces.

294. FRENCH REVOLUTION. C. F. J. Dugua, L. S., 1 p. 4to; Pelet de la Lozere, L. S., 1 p. folio; Philippe Jacques Ruhl, folio; National Assembly. Decree signed by Delacroix and others. 4 pieces.

295. FRITH (WILLIAM P.). John Leech, His Life and Work. Illustrations. 2 vols. extended to four. 8vo, full red levant morocco, gilt backs, gilt edges, by Bayntun. London: Bentley, 1881

A HANDSOME COPY. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 72 COLOREDP PLATES, 35 portraits, 63 miscellaneous plates, several hundred woodcuts, and AUTOGRAPHS of Disraeli, Sir G. C. Lewis, Lord John Russell, together with AUTOGRAPH LETTERS by Lord Lytton, Lord Lyndhurst and John Bright, all to Lord John Russell and a letter by F. C. Burnand, while Editor of "Punch." With specially printed titles.

296. FROISSART. Illuminated Illustrations of Froissart. Selected from the MS. in the British Museum. By H. N. Humphreys. With 72 beautifully illuminated plates reproduced in chromolithography in the style in ancient miniatures. 4to, half red morocco, gilt top, uncut. London: William Smith, 1844

297. FROISSART AND MONSTRELET. Chronicles of Eng land, France, Spain, and the adjoining Countries. By Sir John Froissart. 2 vols.; The Chronicles of Enguerrand de Monstrelet; containing an account of the cruel Civil Wars between the Houses

of Orleans and Burgundy. 2 vols. Illustrated. Together 4 vols. royal 8vo, half red levant morocco, gilt edges, by Birdsall (vol. 1 of Monstrelet has no printed title). London, 1844-45

A handsome set.

Heroic Women of the West. Illus-
Philadelphia, 1854

298. FROST (JOHN). trated. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth.

299. FROUDE (JAMES A.). History of England, from the Fall of Wolsey to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada. 12 vols. 8vo, half calf, gilt backs.

London, 1870

LARGE TYPE LIBRARY EDITION. Inserted in the first volume is a 1 p. A. L. S. of the author.

300. FULLOM (S. W.). The History of Woman, and her Connexion with Religion, Civilization, and Domestic Manners. 2 vols. 12mo, half vellum, gilt backs. London, 1855

301. GAGE (THOMAS). The English-American, his Travail by Sea and Land; or, A New Survey of the West-Indias, containing a Journal of Three thousand and Three hundred Miles within the main Land of America. Folio, full panelled calf, gilt back.

London: Printed by R. Cotes, 1648

THE VERY RARE FIRST EDITION of this remarkably entertaining and instructive work, THE ONLY EXTENSIVE ONE BY AN ENGLISH AUTHOR UPON THE SPANISH INDIES, AS SEEN FROM THE INSIDE. It contains the chapter relating to the author's journey to Rome, WHICH WAS SUPPRESSED IN


302. weak).

Another copy of the same. Folio, half calf (hinges
London: Printed by R. Cotes, 1648

303. GARDINER (SAMUEL RAWSON). Commonwealth and Protectorate 1649-1660.

2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut.

History of the
London, 1894-97

304. GASS (PATRICK). Lewis and Clarke's Journal to the Rocky Mountains, in the years 1804, 5, 6, as related by Patrick Gass. New edition with numerous illustrations. 12mo, sheep (hinge weak). Dayton, O., 1847

305. GELL (SIR WILLIAM) AND GANDY (JOHN P.). Pompeiana: The Topography, Edifices, and Ornaments of Pompeii. Both Series. Profusely illustrated with fine plates and plans; and vignettes. 3 vols. royal 8vo, full olive green levant morocco, gilt backs and sides, gilt edges, by Bickers. London, 1817-32

Fine Copy of this important work.

306. GEORGE III. A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Weymouth, Oct. 21, 1804. In relation to Plans for the King's Bath at Windsor and the building of Closets on every floor "which is a convenience much omitted in modern buildings." With 2 engraved portraits. Inlaid, and bound in full russet straight-grain morocco.

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