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100. CARMAN (BLISS). ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT of "Decoration Day." 4 pp. 4to. Signed at the end, "B. C."

101. CARMAN (BLISS). (BLISS). Typewritten copy and Printer's proofs of "The Angels of Man." 80 pp. 4to. With corrections in the author's hand.

At the foot of the first page the author has inscribed: "Copy from which The Rough Rider was set up. B. C. To J. C. Y."

102. CARMAN (BLISS). 4 MANUSCRIPT POEMS, and one Typewritten Poem. 23 pages in all, 4to. Three of the manuscripts are signed.

The collection comprises: "Spring in Newtowne"; "St. Michael's Star"; "Song of the Mother Range"; "On the Plaza"; and "On Ponus Ridge. ""

103. CARMAN (BLISS). Low Tide on Grand Pré, Boston, 1895; The Making of Personality, Boston, 1908. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth.

With autograph inscription of the author in each volume.

THREE MANUSCRIPTS BY CARMEN SYLVA

104. CARMEN SYLVA, Queen of Roumania. Autograph Poem, entitled "The Shadow." Written on a large quarto sheet of vellum, with a border decoration in colors and gold. About 30 lines, signed "Elizabeth, Queen of Roumania, Carmen Sylva, Sinaia, June 29, 1901. As a token of heartfelt gratefulness.'

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105. CARMEN SYLVA, Queen of Roumania. AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT. 19 pages of oblong quarto size, written in pencil and signed at the end.

The above manuscript is a description of her home for tired people which she had founded by using a small estate left to her by her mother, and which she had supported by using her own pin-money and sums earned in various ways.

A very interesting and rather pathetic account of the difficulties she has experienced in providing funds. In one place she writes: "I could have cried when I saw all those millions go to the Hague when my house of peace and rest would be such a boon to poor suffering humanity," etc.

106. CARMEN SYLVA, Queen of Roumania. 27 MANUSCRIPT POEMS, written in French, entirely in her large, bold hand, on 90 sheets of thin glazed quarto cards. In a plush and embroidered

case.

The Poems include: "Ombée"; "Le Gardien de Mais"; "Les trois Soeurs"; "Le Tombeau"; "Le Dernier Soir"; etc. Accompanying the manuscript is an original pencil sketch, by Carmen Sylva, of a plan for her glass library; also three impressions of her book stamp.

107. CARRE

(GUSTAVE). L'Enseignement Secondaire à Troyes, du Moyen Age a la Révolution. 8vo, wrappers, uncut and unopened. Paris, 1888

FIRST EDITION. Autograph presentation copy from the author.

108. CATHERINE II et la Révolution Française (Lariviere), 1895; La Moderne Babylone (Jupilles); La Petite Reine (Rattazzi); Au Japon (Guerville), 1904; Noblemaire, 1897; and others. 13 vols. 12mo and 8vo, wrappers, uncut. Paris, v.d.

With autograph inscription by the author in each volume.

109. CAUSES CRIMINELLES et Mondaines (Bataille), 1896; L'Esprit Nouveau (Bazalgette), 1898; Lourdes (Boissarie), Paris, 1891; La Politique d'un Saint (Bonnefon), 1891; Theatre Molieresque et Cornelien (Blemont), 1898. 5 vols. 12mo, wrappers, uncut. Paris, v.d.

With an autograph inscription by the author in each volume.

110. CAWEIN (MADISON). Accolon, with other Poems. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, original cloth, gilt top, uncut. Louisville, 1889 Inscribed by the author with a poem of 32 lines, with signature.

111. CAWEIN (MADISON). Days and Poems, N. Y., 1891; Poems of Nature and Love, N. Y., 1893. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth.

FIRST EDITIONS. With autograph inscriptions by the author in each volume.

112. CAWEIN (MADISON). Idyllic Monologues, Louisville, n.d.; One Day and Another, Boston, 1901; Weeds by the Wall, Louisville, 1901. 3 vols. 12mo, and smaller, cloth and leather.

Each volume inscribed by the author.

113. CAXTON CLUB. Thomas Berthelet, Royal Printer and Bookbinder to Henry VIII, King of England. With special reference to his Bookbindings. By Cyril Davenport. Illustrated with numerous facsimiles, many in color. 4to, boards, uncut. Chicago, Caxton Club, 1901

One of 252 copies.

114. CHAMBERS (ROBERT W.). Original Manuscript of "The Crime," 68 pages; "The Messenger," 104 pages; "The Path Master," 55 pages; "The Pickets," 17 pages; "Envoi, A Poem," 5 pages; and others. 9 items.

115. CHAMBERS (ROBERT W.). Original Manuscript of his story, "A Matter of Interest." Written in pencil on 140 pages of folio size. Signed on the first page with initials, and dated April, 1896.

116. CHAMBERS (ROBERT W.). Original Manuscript of his story, "Lorraine." Written in pencil on about 850 sheets of folio size.

Complete Manuscript of one of Chambers' most important and interesting books. Entirely in his handwriting.

117. CHAMBERS (ROBERT W.). Original Manuscript of his Novel, "The Cambric Mask. A Romance." Written in pencil on about 475 pages of folio size, with title-page, all in the author's handwriting.

118. CHAMBERS (ROBERT W.). Original Manuscript of his Story, "Yo Espero. Written in pencil on 66 leaves of folio size.

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119. CHAMBERS (ROBERT W.). Original Manuscript of his story, "The Maids of Paradise." Written in pencil on 371 pages of folio size, with corrections and deletions.

A fine, complete manuscript in the author's best vein.

120. CHAMBERS (ROBERT W.). Original Manuscript of his Novel, "Silver Heels." Written in pencil on 1,561 pages of folio size.

Published under the title of "Cardigan."

Monsieur

121. CHAMPFLEURY (J. FLEURY-HUSSON). Tringle. Map. 12mo, boards, morocco back, uncut. Paris, 1866 With autograph presentation inscription from the author to Jules Richard.

THREE EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED BOOKS BY CHAMPSAUR

122. CHAMPSAUR (FELICIEN). Le Massacre. 12mo, half blue morocco, gilt top, original covers bound in. Paris, 1885

FIRST EDITION. Autograph presentation copy from the author, with inscription on fly-leaf, also signature on lower portion of half title (the upper portion has been torn away). This work is EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of nearly 50 fine A. L's. S., and A. N's. S., together with autographed photographs of Jules Claretie, Alphonse Daudet, Louise Michel, Leon Cladel, Francois Coppée, Aurelien Scholl, Edouard Manet, August Vacquerie, Georges Ohnet, Arsene Houssaye, and others. The autographic insertions include nearly all of the foregoing, together with Jean Richepin, Virginia Zucchi, Jules Feyghine, Leon Gambetta, Ludovie Halevy, Madame Adam, etc.

A typewritten translation of the inserted letters, notes, and inscriptions accompanies the volume.

123. CHAMPSAUR (FELICIEN). Le Cerveau de Paris. 12mo, half blue morocco, gilt top. Paris, 1886

FIRST EDITION. Autograph presentation copy from the author, with signature in two places. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of over

90 A. L's. S., and autographed photographs, together with pen and ink sketches by F. Lunel and Caran d'Ache. Among the important "brains of Paris" represented in these embellishments are: Emile Zola, Maurice Bauchor, Edouard Rod, T. Aubanel, Victor Hugo, Gustave Rivet, A. Rodin, F. Rops, Victor Duruy, Paul Bourget, Caran d'Ache, A. Robida, etc.

A typewritten translation of the autographic insertions accompanies the volume.

124. CHAMPSAUR (FELICIEN). La Faute des Roses. 8vo, full russet levant morocco, back and front cover elaborately decorated with inlaid floral sprays, inside borders of inlaid roses, gilt top, uncut, original wrappers bound in, by Ch. Meunier. In a chamois-lined case, roses painted on sides. Paris, 1899

FIRST EDITION. One of 10 copies on Holland paper. Autograph presentation copy from the author to Mr. Young. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED With many unmounted, photographic views, together with typogravure reproductions. Bound in at the end is an autographed photograph of Lucio d'Ambra, and two autographed post cards from him, also, an A. L. S. from Clovis Hugues to Mons. Champsaur, and an original autographed poem "Apres avoir lu 'La faute de roses de Felicien Champsaur,'' four stanzas of four lines each.

A typewritten translation of the autographic insertions is included.

125. CHAMPSAUR (FELICIEN). ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT, signed, of "L'Arriviste." Drame en cinq actes et 8 tableaux. 103 pp. folio. Written in French, with numerous corrections in the author's hand, and a manuscript translation in English.

Autograph presentation copy from the author to Mr. Young, with inscription by the author in two places, Paris, Feb. 22, 1903.

126. CHANSONS de Geste (Gourdon), 1901; Italian . . . Italian (Beaufils), 1907; La Statue Mutilée (De Vaulx), 1907; Les Roses du Laurier (Hugues), 1903, and others, by Hosemann, Droin, Fertiault, Hennique, etc. 15 vols. 12mo and 8vo, wrappers, uncut. Paris, v.d.

Mostly FIRST EDITIONS. Autograph presentation copies from the authors to James Carleton Young and others.

127. CHATFIELD-TAYLOR (H. C.). An American Peeress, Chicago, 1894; Two Women and a Fool. 2 copies. Chicago, 18951896. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth.

Each volume inscribed by the author.

128. CHOICE OF BOOKS (Richardson), 1881; Little Leaders (Payne), 1895; The Occasional Address (Sears), 1897, and others, by Laurence Hutton, W. H. Arnold, etc. 9 vols. 12mo, cloth and boards. V.p., v.d.

Some FIRST EDITIONS. With autograph signature or inscription in each volume.

129. CHRISTMAS EVERY DAY and other Stories (Howells), 1893; The Shadow of a Dream (Howells), 1890; The Federal Judge (Lush), 1897; The Prince of India, 2 vols. (Wallace), 1893, and others. 8 vols. 12mo, cloth and paper.

FIRST EDITIONS. One of the volumes is inscribed by the author.

130. CHURCH (A. J.). Heroes of Chivalry and Romance, London, 1898; Helmet and Spear, London, 1900. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth. Each volume inscribed by the author.

131. CHURCHILL (WINSTON). Richard Carvel, N. Y., 1899; Mr. Crewe's Career, N. Y., 1908. FIRST EDITIONS. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth.

Each volume inscribed by the author.

132. CLADEL (LEON). Ompdrailles le Tombeau-des-Lutteurs, 1882; L'Homme de la Croix-aux-Boeufs, 1878; Herkadec, Gardebarrière, 1884; Les Va-Nu-Pieds, 1881; and others. 11 vols. 12mo, wrappers, uncut. Paris, v.d.

FIRST EDITIONS. Each volume inscribed by the author, nearly all being presentation copies to Emile Zola.

133. CLADEL (LEON). Les Va-nu-pieds. Profusely illustrated with woodcuts. Royal 8vo, wrappers (torn), uncut. N.p., n.d.

Autograph presentation copy from the author to Emile Zola.

134. CLARETIE (JULES). Le Roman des Soldats. 12mo, cloth, uncut. Paris, 1872

FIRST EDITION. Not in Vicaire. With a long autograph inscription by the author to James Carleton Young.

135. CLARETIE (JULES). Le Million. Portrait. 12mo, half calf. Paris, 1882

Inserted is A. L. S. by Jules Claretie, 1 p. 12mo.

136. CLARETIE (JULES). Le Troisieme Dessous. 12mo, half vellum, uncut, with original wrappers.

Paris, 1882

With autograph inscription by the author.

137. CLARETIE (JULES). Une Femme de Proie. 12mo, wrappers, uncut. Paris, 1884

Autograph presentation copy from the author to Mr. Young.

138. CLARETIE (JULES). Le Prince Zilah. Piece en cinq Actes. 8vo, wrappers, uncut. Paris, 1885

FIRST EDITION. With autograph inscription by the author.

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