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195. DEVIL-WORSHIP in France (Waite), London, 1896; The History of the Devil (Defoe), London, 1777; The American Siberia (Powell), Chicago, n. d. 3 vols., various sizes and bindings.

196. DICKENS (CHARLES). Leaflet: "Charles Dickens, Esq., on the late Execution." To the Editor of the Times. 1p. small 4to. Nov. 13, no year

VERY RARE. Not in the Coggeshall collection. This leaflet, circa 1850, is an account of an execution which he witnessed at Horsemonger-lane gaol, and a protest against a repetition of such scenes as he saw there.

197. DICKENS (CHARLES). Leaflet. The Decision of the Master of the Rolls March 26. [1859] of the Suit of Bradbury and Evans against Dickens and Wills. 1p. 8vo. [London, 1859] VERY RARE. Not in the Coggeshall collection. The suit was brought by Bradbury and Evans to prevent Dickens from advertising that "Household Words' would be discontinued. The decision of the Master of the Rolls was, that Dickens might advertise such discontinuance, by inserting the words "by him" after the word "discontinued." Attached to the leaflet is an impression of the advertisement of "All the Year Round," with the words "by him" printed on the margin, and a note to the printer to make the above correction.

198. DICKENS (CHARLES). Speeches Literary and Social. Now FIRST COLLECTED. Portrait on front cover. 12mo, original printed paper covers. London: John Camden Hotten, [1870]

With the advertisements in the back, and the slip announcing as ready Charles Dickens: The Story of his Life."

199. DOBSON (AUSTIN). Proverbs in Porcelain and other Verses. Second Edition. 12mo, cloth, uncut. London, 1878 Autograph presentation copy from Frederick Locker to Mrs. Frederick Campbell. The volume is dedicated to Mr. Locker.

200. DOUGLAS (ROBERT B.). Sophie Arnould, Actress and Wit. Illustrated with 7 charming etchings by A. Lalauze. Royal 8vo, cloth, uncut. Paris, 1898

One of 500 copies on Japan paper.

201. DOYLE (RICHARD). Manners and Customs of ye Englysshe, drawn from ye Quick. Together with some extracts from Mr. Pips, his Diary. Contributed by Percival Leigh. Humorous illustrations by Doyle. 2 vols. oblong 4to, original blue boards, gilt edges. London, 1849

FIRST EDITION. With bookplate of Harry Eikins Widener. 202. DREISER (THEODORE). The Financier. New York, 1912; The Titan. London, 1915; Plays of the Natural and the Supernatural. York, 1916. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth and boards.


203. DRURY LANE THEATRE. The Original Deed of Sale of the Rents of Two Shillings and Sixpence for every Night of Performance, with Privilege of Admission for 103 Years from the 25th Dec. 1791. With engraved view of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Large folio, on vellum. June 19, 1793 Signed by Albany Wallis, Richard Ford and Thomas Hammersley. The Deed of Sale is to Richard Sheldon.


An interesting piece, with the association of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, who is mentioned in the Deed.

EGAN (PIERCE). The Life of an Actor. Dedicated to Edmund Kean, Esq. The Poetical Descriptions by T. Greenwood. Embellished with 27 colored plates designed and engraved by Theodore Lane and several woodcuts by Thompson. Royal 8vo, full sprinkled calf, gilt, gilt edges.

London, 1825 Choice copy of the FIRST EDITION. Scarce. The colored plates are unusually clean.

205. [ELGIN (LORD).] Lettre du Chev. Antonio Canova; et Deux Memoires lus a l'Institut Royal de France sur les Ouvrages de Sculpture dans la Collection de Mylord Comte d'Elgin. Par le Chev. E. Q. Visconti. 8vo, original wrappers, uncut.

Londres, 1816

Autograph presentation copy from Lord Elgin, with inscription on fly-leaf "With Lord Elgin's Compliments.''

206. ELZEVIR PRESS. Justini historiarum ex Trogo Pompeio Lib. XLIV, cum notis Isaaci Vissii. Engraved title. 12mo, olive morocco extra, line sides, richly gilt back, broad inside borders, gilt edges (scratch on front cover). Amstelodami: ex officina Elzeviriana, 1656

Very fine tall copy.

207. EMERSON (R. W.). A Bibliography of Ralph Waldo Emerson. By George W. Cooke. Portrait. 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Limited to 530 copies.

208. ENGLISH GARNER (AN). 7 vols. 8vo, cloth.

Boston, 1908

Westminster [Lond.], 1903 Comprises: Voyages and Travels mainly during the 16th and 17th Centuries; Stuart Tracts; Later Stuart Tracts; Social England illustrated; Tudor Tracts; Critical Essays and Literary Fragments.

209. ETCHINGS. Etchings of Bath. A Series of 24 plates by Fred E. Ellison. With descriptive letterpress. 4to, cloth, calf back, gilt top, uncut. London, 1888

210. FABLIAUX OU CONTES. Fables et Romans du XIIe et du XIIIe Siècle. Traduits ou extraits par Lagrand D'Aussy. Troisième Édition, considérablement augmentée. Illustrated with numerous fine and spirited copperplate engravings. 5 vols, 8vo, half calf (covers loose, slightly foxed).

Paris, 1829

The plates in this edition are particularly fine. 211. FARMER (JOHN S., Editor). A Satyricall Dialogue; or, a sharplyeinvective conference betweene Allexander the Great and that truely womanhater Diogynes. [By William Goddard.] Ocupyed from a unique copy in the British Museum. Small 4to, boards, morocco back, uncut.

Printed for subscribers only.

London: Privately printed, 1897

212. FENELON. Les Aventures de Telemaque, suivies dcs Aventures d'Aristonous precedées d'un Essai sur la Vie et les Ouvrages de Fenelon, Par Jules Janin. Illustrations on India paper by Tony Johannot, Wattier, Daubigny, and others, with an additional portrait of the author, on India paper inserted. Royal 8vo, half calf, gilt edges (some pp. foxed).

Paris: Ernest Bourdin, n. d.


213. FIELD (EUGENE). Original Manuscript Title of "A Little Book of Western Verse," entirely in Field's hand, in his characteristic engrossing style; Original Draft of the first verse of "Over the Hills and Far Away,' 1p. 8vo, with an A. L. S. 4pp. of Mrs. Field, transmitting this fragment to Mrs. Saunders for the "Field Club." 3 pieces. Preserved in covers.

This original draft of "Over the Hills," etc., bears practically no resemblance to the completed poem, a printed copy of which is also included in the collection.

214. FIELD (EUGENE). Swinburne (A. C.). Laus Veneris, and other Poems and Ballads. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1871 EUGENE FIELD'S COPY, with his early printed bookplate. Field's autograph appears in three places: on title, and on pages 99 and 199. On pages 3, 20, 171, and 302 are comments written in pencil.

215. FIFINE AT THE FAIR (Browning), London, 1872. FIRST EDITION; Evan Harrington (Meredith). FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. N. Y., 1860; Oscar Wilde's Poems. Boston, 1881; Laus Veneris (Swinburne), N. Y., 1866; Queen Mab (Shelley), London, 1826. 5 vols. 12mo and smaller, cloth and boards. 216. FIGUIER (LOUIS). The World before the Deluge; The Vegetable World; The Ocean World; The Insect World; Reptiles and Birds; Earth and Sea. Illustrated with numerous woodcuts. 6 vols. 8vo, half green morocco. Lond. 1867-8-9

217. FINLAY (GEORGE). The History of Greece from its Conquest by the Crusaders to its Conquest by the Turks, and of the Empire of Trebizond, 1204-1461. 8vo, boards, morocco back. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1851 Autograph presentation copy from the author to Richard Cobden, grandfather of Cobden-Sanderson. The volume is from the library of the latter, with his bookplates. The binding is also by him.

218. FIRST EDITION. True Stories from History and Biography_(Hawthorne), Boston, 1851; The House of Seven Gables (Hawthorne), Boston, 1851; Doctor Grimshaw's Secret (Hawthorne), Boston, 1883; Letters by H. D. Thoreau, Boston, 1865. FIRST EDITIONS. 4 vols. 12mo, cloth and half


219. FOULIS PRESS. Pindari Opera Graece, ex editione Oxoniensis. 3 vols. tiny square 12mo, contemporary red morocco, gilt.

Glasguæ: R. and A. Foulis, 1754-57 A nice example of fine Greek printing from this famous old Scottish press.

220. FRANCE (ANATOLE). Histoire de Dona Maria d'Avalos et de don Fabricio, Duc d'Andria. Manuscrite et illuminée par Leon Lebeque. 4to, half red morocco, gilt top, uncut. Paris: Librairie des Bibliophiles, 1902 One of a very few number of copies, with a double set of the decorations and illustrations, plain and hand colored. The plain impressions are on China paper. Accompanying the above is: "The History of the Davelos Family." 8vo, full vellum. London, 1843 [FRANKLIN (BENJAMIN).] The Religion of Nature Delineated. [By William Wollaston.] 4to, old calf (hinge cracked), few margins slightly stained). Lond.: Printed by S. Palmer, 1725 Franklin was engaged as compositor on this work during his apprenticeship with Palmer in London.




[FRANKLIN (BENJAMIN).] Recueil des Loix Constitutives des Colonies Angloises, Confédérées sous la Denomination d'Etats-Unis de l'Amerique-Septentrionale. Dédié a M. le Docteur Franklin. Small 8vo, original marbled wrappers, uncut and unopened (piece tore from title).

A Philadelphie, et se vend a Paris, chez Cellot & Jombert, 1778 A most interesting copy, from the library of John Adams, with his autograph on the title-page. Although indicated as being printed in Philadelphia, it has been generally assumed that the work was printed at Paris.

223. FRANKLIN (BENJAMIN). Political, Miscellaneous, and Philosophical Pieces. Now first collected, with Explanatory. Plates, Notes, and an Index to the Whole. 8vo, original boards, uncut. London, 1779

FIRST EDITION, in uncut state, having the three plates and the folding table, but wanting the portrait.

224. GENEALOGY. Bridge's Index to Pedigrees of English Families London, 1867; Index to American Pedigrees (Durrie). Albany, 1886. 2 vols 8vo, cloth.

225. [GILCHRIST (OCTAVIUS).] Rhymes. 8vo, boards, uncut. London, 1805 Privately printed for presentation purposes. The author was a grocer at Stamford, England. Presentation copy to John Philip Kemble, with inscription on half-title in the author's hand.

226. GONCOURT (EDMOND ET JULES DE). Sophie Arnould. D'apres sa Correspondance et ses Memoires inédits. Etched portrait and vignettes by Flameng; text printed within ornamental borders. Small 4to, half blue moroc co, gilt top, uncut, by Zaehnsdorf. Paris: E. Dentu, 1877 Upper margin slightly stained, and facsimile letter of Sophie Arnould is wanting.

Only a small number printed.

227. GOOCH (MRS.). The Life of Mrs. Gooch. Written by Herself. Dedicated to the Public. 3 vols. 8vo, half green straight-grain morocco, gilt tops, uncut, by Riviere. London: Printed for the Authoress, 1792



[GOUGH (WILLIAM).] Londinum Triumphans; or, an Historical Account of the Grand Influence the Actions of the City of London have had upon the Affairs of the Nation for many Ages past. 8vo, full calf, gilt back. London, 1682

Privately printed. FIRST EDITION. With the bookplate of Henry C. Blaksley.

229. GREENAWAY (KATE). Queen Victoria's Jubilee Garland. 4 colored plates, pictured cover, and Music to the National Anthem on back. Oblong 12mo, silk tie. London, 1887


230. GREENAWAY (KATE). Almanack for 1884. Illustrations in color, printed by Edmund Evans. 18mo, white boards, gilt, gilt edges. London, n. d. FIRST EDITION.

231. GUNN (THOMAS BUTLER). The Physiology of New York Boarding Houses. Illustrated. 12mo, half calf. New York, 1857

FIRST EDITION. A good copy of this scarce and curious work. 232. HAZLITT (WILLIAM). A Letter to William Gifford, Esq. from William Hazlitt. 8vo, half red morocco, uncut, original front wrapper bound London, 1820


A PROOF COPY of the 1819 edition, with the title of the Second Edition. On the fly-leaf is the following note, in the hand, and with the autograph of W. Carew Hazlitt: "This is, I believe, the only copy known of the so-called scarce edition of 1819, with a new title-page dated 1820. It belonged to Mr. John Hunt, brother of the author, and has a few MS. memoranda by him. The tract was given to me by my Aunt, Miss Reynell."

233. HEARN (LAFCADIO). "Gombo Zhebes.' Little Dictionary of Creole Proverbs, selected from six Creole Dialècts. Small 4 to, cloth.


New York, 1885

234. HENLEY (W. E.). The Song of the Sword and other Verses. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. London, 1892


235. HOLBEIN (HANS). L'Alphabet de la Mort. Entouré de bordures du XVIe siecle et suivi d'anciens poëmes français sur le sujet des trois mors et des trois vis publiés d'apres les Manuscrits. Par Anatole de Montaiglon. Pages within ornamental and pictured borders. 8vo, original wrappers, uncut.

Paris, 1856

236. HONE (WILLIAM). The Table Book. Illustrated with 116 wood engravings. FIRST EDITION. 2 vols. 8vo, original boards, cloth backs, uncut. London, 1827-28

237. HUNT (LEIGH). Captain Sword and Captain Pen. A Poem. Illus trations. 12mo, cloth. London, 1835


238. IMLAY (GILBERT). A Topographical Description of the Western. Territory of North America, containing a succinct account of its Climate, Natural History, Population, Agriculture, Manners and Customs. With four folding maps. 8vo, half morocco, gilt edges. London, 1797

Choice copy of the Third Edition, being enlarged and considered the best. With a portrait of Daniel Boone inserted.

239. INDIANS. The New Testament, in the Cherokee Language and characters. 18mo, full roan. Park Hill: Mission Press, 1850 Scarce. Each of the separate books has separate pagination, a few with separate titles also.

240. JAMES (HENRY). Transatlantic Sketches. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, half morocco, gilt edges.

Boston, 1875

241. KEITH (SIR WILLIAM). A Collection of Papers and other Tracts. 12mo, half calf. London, 1749 SECOND EDITION. Includes: A Discourse on the Present State of the British Plantations in America; A Discourse on the Medium of Commerce, etc.

242. KER (JOHN BELLENDEN). An Essay on the Archaeology of Popular English Phrases and Nursery Rhymes. 8vo, half red morocco, uncut. Southampton, 1834


243. KIPLING (RUDYARD). The Covenant. A Sonnet. 1p. royal 8vo, printed on thick art paper.



n. p., 1914

244. KIPLING (RUDYARD). Wee Willie Winkie and other Stories. Allahabad, n. d.; Some Aspects of Travel. In "Geographical Journal" for April 1914; The Light that Failed. In Lippincott's' for Jan. 1891; The Record of Badalia Herodsfoot. "Detroit Free Press Christmas Number." 4 vols. various sizes, paper.

245. [KNOX (HENRY).] A Plan for the General Arrangement of the Militia of the United States. Folio, wrappers (front wrapper and fly-leaf torn). New York: Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1790


246. LALANNE (MAXIME). A Treatise on Etching. Illustrated with etchings. 8vo, cloth, roan back, uncut. Boston, n. d.


247. LEE (VERNON). The Enchanted Woods. FIRST ED. London, 1905 248. Punchiana; or, Selections from the London Charivari. With 10 humorous illustrations by Leech and others, [including a folding colored frontispiece.] 8vo, wrappers. Phila. 1845

Rare. Not in the Stanley Kidder Wilson collection.

249. LE SAGE (ALAIN RENE). The Adventures of Gil Blas de Santillane. Translated from the French by Tobias Smollett. Embellished with fifteen highly finished (colored) engravings, from drawings designed expressly for this edition. 3 vols. 8vo, half morocco. London, 1819

FIRST EDITION with these fine colored plates. Very scarce.

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