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781. HARTE (BRET). Colonel Starbottle's Client and some other People. 12mo, original cloth.
782. HARTE (BRET). A First Family of Tasajara. 12mo, original cloth.
783. HARTE (BRET). Sally Dows and other Stories. 12mo, original cloth. Boston, 1893
FIRST EDITION. Bret Harte's own copy, with his bookplate. 784. HARTE (BRET). Susy. A Story of the Plains. 12mo, original cloth. Boston, 1893
785. HARTE (BRET). The Bell-Ringer of Angel's and other Stories. 12mo, original cloth.
786. HARTE (BRET). A Protégée of Jack Hamlin's and other Stories. 12mo, original cloth.
787. HARTE (BRET). Clarence. 12mo, original cloth.
788. HARTE (BRET). In a Hollow of the Hills. 12mo, original cloth.
789. HARTE (BRET). Barker's Luck and other Stories. 12mo, original cloth.
790. HARTE (BRET). Three Partners; or, The Big Strike of Heavy Tree Hill. 12mo, original cloth. Boston, 1897
791. HARTE (BRET). Some Later Verses by Bret Harte. 12mo, original cloth, gilt top, uncut.
FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. London: Chatto and Windus, 1898 792. HARTE (BRET). Stories in Light and Shadow. 12mo, original cloth. Boston, 1898
793. HARTE (BRETE). Tales of Trail and Town. 12mo, original cloth. Boston, 1898
794. HARTE (BRET). Mr. Jack Hamlin's Mediation and other Stories. 12mo, original cloth.
795. HARTE (BRET). From Sand Hill to Pine. 12mo, original cloth.
796. HARTE (BRET). Under the Redwoods. 12mo, original
797. HARTE (BRET).
New Burlesques. 12mo, original cloth.
798. HARTE (BRET). Openings in the Old Trail. 12mo,
799. HARTE (BRET).
The Lectures of Bret Harte. Compiled from various Sources. To which is added "The Piracy of Bret Harte's Fables. By Charles M. Kozlay. 12mo, limp leather, gilt top, uncut. Brooklyn, 1909
FIRST EDITION. One of 100 copies.
800. HARTE (BRET). Salomy Jane. With illustrations by Harrison Fisher and Arthur I. Keller. 8vo, original cloth gilt, uncut. Boston, 1910
FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION.
801. HARTE (BRET). Stories and Poems and other Uncollected Writings. Compiled by Charles Meeker Kozlay. Title and illustrations in photogravure on India paper. 8vo, buckram, paper label, uncut. Boston, 1914
LARGE PAPER copy of the FIRST EDITION. One of 525 copies.
802. HARTE (BRET). Wan Lee, the Pagan and other Sketches. 16mo, original decorated boards.
London: Routledge, n. d.
Fine copy of this scarce First Pirated Edition.
ORIGINAL BRET HARTE MANUSCRIPT
803. HARTE (BRET). Original Manuscript, Signed, "Three Vagabonds of Trinidad," written on 131⁄2 pp. 4to.
One of Bret Harte's inimitable stories, with very many autograph corrections. Accompanying the MS. is a wrapper on which Harte has written: "For Punch Supplement." "4,000 words. Begun Feb. 1, 1900, London: Finished Feb. 14, 1900, Cambridge.' ." Formerly in the collection of Reginald J. Smith, K.C.
804. HARTE (BRET). A. L. S., 2 pp. small 4to, Morristown, March 7, 1875. To "My dear Bliss." Regarding Manuscript copy.
“Unless you send me proof faster I do not see how you can keep up with me. Do hurry up! . . . . . . I will draw upon you to-day at one day's sight, for the remaining portion of the $250.-$150."
805. HARTE (BRET). A. L. S., 2 pp. 8vo. Cavendish Hotel, Easthaven, April 7, '92. A very interesting letter.
806. HARTE (BRET). A. L. S., 4 pp. 8vo, Averley Tower, Surrey, September 6, '98. To Miss Minnie Jackson. With en
"I want to get a copy of 'Cobbett's Rural Rides.' I don't think Quaritch could help me as the book would seem to him vulgarly new.
An interesting letter in which Harte mentions Shakespeare, and White's "Natural History of Selborne."
This letter shows a different phase of Harte from that associated with his writings.
807. HARVEY (GABRIEL). The Trimming of Thomas Nashe Gentleman, by the high-tituled patron Don Richardo de Medico campo, Barber Chirurgion to Trinitie Colledge in Cambridge. Ornament on title. Small 4to, full crimson levant morocco, gilt back, gilt fillet border on sides, gilt edges, by Rivière.
London: Printed for Philip Scarlet, 1597
THE EXCESSIVELY RARE FIRST EDITION, OF WHICH PROBABLY NOT MORE THAN TWO PERFECT COPIES ARE KNOWN. The present copy is a beautiful one, with THREE OF THE MARGINS IN UNCUT CONDITION, but with the title in facsimile. There are two copies in the British Museum, both imperfect. This tract was the last of a series of pamphlets in the angry controversy between Harvey and Nash, the publication of any more being prohibited.
808. HARVEY (JOHN). A Collection of Miscellany Poems and Letters, Comical and Serious. 8vo, in a fine old English black morocco, sides richly ornamented with gilt designs, ground splashed with stars, circles and dots, gilt edges.
Edinburgh: Printed for the author, 1726
A FINE COPY OF THIS RARE PRIVATELY PRINTED PIECE, no copy of which was in the Hoe or Huth collections. The work is dedicated to the Countess of Panmuir. From the library of Walter Phelps Dodge, with his bookplate. The binding is a fine and interesting specimen of Scotch workmanship.
809. [HAUGHTON English-Men For my Money: or, A Pleasant Comedy Called, A VVoman will haue her VVill. As it hath beene diuers times Acted with great applause. Small 4to, full brown calf, with the Bridgewater crest impressed on sides. London: Printed by I. N., 1626
SECOND EDITION, the first having been published 10 years earlier. No copy in Huth, who had only the Third Edition. With the Bridgewater bookplate.
810. HAUGHTON (WILLIAM). A Pleasant Comedie called, A Woman will haue her Will. As it hath beene diverse times Acted with great applause. Ornament on title. Small 4to, full sprinkled calf, gilt back, gilt fillet border with rosettes, on sides, gilt edges, by Worsfold. London: Printed by A. M., 1631
FIRST EDITION, with this title alone, but the Third Edition of "EnglishMen for my Money." The Beverly Chew copy, with bookplate.
811. HAWAIIAN IMPRINT. Na Himeni Hawaii; he me Ori Ia Iehova, ke Akua Mau. 24mo, original colored boards.
Oahu: Paiia I Ka Mea Pai Palapala a Ka Poe Misionari, 1823 EXTREMELY RARE HAWAIIAN IMPRINT, and THE FIRST BOOK PRINTED IN THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE. According to Cotton the first book printed here was in 1835, but this volume disproves that statement. The first printing executed in Hawaii was a small tract, in 1821, and this Hymn Book follows shortly after.
It is in fine condition.
812. [HAWKS (FRANCIS L.).] The Adventures of Daniel Boone, the Kentucky Rifleman. By the Author of "Uncle Philip's Conversations." Frontispiece. 16mo, original cloth.
New York, 1844
PROBABLY THE FINEST COPY KNOWN
813. HAWTHORNE (NATHANIEL). Fanshawe. A Tale. 12mo, ORIGINAL BOARDS, PAPER LABEL, UNCUT, in full blue levant morocco solander case, pointille tooling.
Boston: Marsh & Capen, 1828
A SUPERLATIVE COPY OF THE EXCESSIVELY RARE FIRST EDITION OF HAWTHORNE'S FIRST BOOK.
814. [HAWTHORNE (NATHANIEL).] Peter Parley's Universal History, on the Basis of Geography. For the Use of Families. Illustrated by Maps and Engravings. 2 vols. square 12mo, original cloth. Boston: American Stationers' Company, 1837 THE EXTREMELY SCARCE FIRST EDITION. Good copy in the original binding. [SEE ILLUSTRATION]
JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL'S COPY, WITH AUTOGRAPH 815. HAY (JOHN). Jim Bludsoe of the Prairie Belle, and Little Breeches. Illustrated. 12mo, original paper covers, in half brown morocco slip-case. Boston, 1871
FIRST EDITION. AN ASSOCIATION COPY OF MARKED INTEREST, being from the library of James Russell Lowell, with his autograph on front wrapper. In the finest possible condition.
816. HAY (JOHN). Pike County Ballads and other Pieces. 12mo, original cloth. Boston, 1873 FIRST EDITION in this state, some of the pieces being published here for the first time.
817. HAY (JOHN). The Bread-Winners. A Social Study. 12mo, original cloth.
New York, 1884