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347. HILLIARD D'AUBERTEUIL. A Collection of 9 maps and 9 plates from Essais Historiques et Politiques sur les Anglo-Americains. 8vo, mottled calf.

[Bruxelles, 1782] The plates, by Le Barbier and others, are finely' engraved and include First Assembly of Congress, Portraits of Hancock, Washington, Franklin and Pitt, Fire in New York, Plan of the Battle of Monmouth, Maps of New York, etc.

348. HIND (HENRY YOULE). Narrative of the Canadian Red River Exploring Expedition of 1857, and of the Assinniboine and Saskatchewan Exploring Expedition of 1858. Beautifully illustrated with colored lithograph plates. 2 vols. 8vo, half calf.

London, 1860 349. HISTORY of Clubs and Club Life (Timbs); A History of Booksellers (Curwen); English Eccentrics and Eccentricities (Timbs); The Genial Showman (Artemus Ward); Choice Humorous Works of Theodore Hook. Ilustrations. 5 vols. 12mo, cloth, uncut.

London, n.d. 350. HOBBES (THOMAS). Tracts of Mr. Thomas Hobbs of Malmsbury. 8ro, old calf (one cover loose).

London, 1682

351. HODGSON (REV. JOHN). Memoirs of the Lives of Thomas Gibson, Jonathan Harle, John Horsley, and William Turner. 8vo, half morocco.

Newcastle, 1831 Inserted are a few letters and plates regarding the author. 352. HOGAN- Moganides; or, The Dutch Hudibras. London, 1674; Relation du Voyage Fait a la Chine par le sieur Gio Ghirardini. Paris, 1700; Vorceaux Divers, prononces a Boston par Joseph L. Artiguenave. Boston, 1817. 3 vols, various sizes and bindings.

353. HOLBEIN (HANS). Todtentanz in 53 getreu nach den Holzschnitten lithographirten Blattern. Herausgegeben von J. Schlotthauer. 53 mounted lithographs. 12mo, half red levant morocco, gilt top. Munchen, 1832

354. HOLLAND. Binnen-landtse Borgerlyke Beroerten in Holland en Zeelandt. Portraits of the De Witts on title-page, and 2 folding plates. Small 4to, wrappers.

Amsterdam, 1676 355. HOLMES (OLIVER WENDELL). Our Hundred Days in Europe. Portrait. 4to, cloth, uncut, paper label (stain on front cover). London, 1888

One of 100 copies on Large Paper. 356. HOLMES (OLIVER WENDELL). The Works of Holmes. Ilustrated with steel portraits and photogravures. 13 vols. 8vo, three-quarter erimson levant morocco, gilt tops, uncut (one volume slightly water-stained).

Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., n.d. The Artists' Edition, limited to 750 copies. 357. HORAE. Manuscript Book of Hours, consisting of 149 leaves. Written on Vellum, with several hundred beautifully illuminated initials, in gold and colors. The text is slightly imperfect. 12mo, full vellum, gilt edges.

Circa last half XV. Cent. An interesting specimen of late XVth century work, with illuminated initials.

358. HORSMANDEN (DANIEL). The New York Conspiracy; or, a History of the Negro Plot, with the Journal of the Proceedings against the Conspirators at New York in the Years 1741-2. 8vo, full sheep.

New York, 1810 Second Edition. Scarce. 359. HUBBARD (WILLIAM). A Narrative of the Indian Wars in New England, From the First Planting thereof in the Year 1607, to the Year 1677. Containing a Relation of the Occasion, Rise, and Progress of the War

Fine copy.

with the Indians, in the Southern, Western, Eastern and Northern Parts of said Country. 12mo, half morocco (hinges weak).

Boston, 1775 Second American Edition, altered and abridged. 360. HULME (F. EDWARD). Suggestions in Floral Design. Illustrated with 52 plates in gold and colors. 4to, cloth.

London, n.d. 361. HUMPHREYS (R., Editor). The Memoirs of J. Decastro, Comedian. . . . Accompanied by an Analysis of the Life of the late Philip Astley. Illustrated. 8vo, full polished calf, gilt edges.

London: Published by Sherwood, Jones and Co., 1824

EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 50 very fine dramatic portraits, many being character portraits, some on India paper, and inlaid to size where necessary. Among the inserted portraits are: Mrs. Barry as Sir Harry Wildair; Mrs. Lessingham in the Character of Silvia; Mr. Parsons in the Character of Periwinkle; Mr. Braham as Lord Aimworth; George Colman, by Ridley; Madame Simonet in the Character of the Princess; Shakespeare at the age of 40, by Hall; Miss

Phillips as Juliet, by W. Holl, Jr., and others. 362. HUMPHRIES (SYDNEY). Oriental Carpets, Runners and Rugs and some Jacquard Reproductions. Numerous colored plates. Imperial Svo, cloth, uncut.

London, 1910 363. HUNTER (JOHN D.). Memoirs of a Captivity among the Indians of North America, from childhood to the age of nineteen. The Third Edition, with Additions. Portrait. 8vo, half calf.

London, 1824 364. HUTCHINSON (THOMAS). The History of the Colony of Massachusett's Bay, from the First Settlement thereof in 1628, until its incorporation with the Colony of Plymouth, Province of Main, &c. by the Charter of King William and Queen Mary, in 1691. Second Edition. So, tree calf (hinges weak, and top of one leaf torn away).

London, 1765 365. IBSEN. Samliv med Ibsen. By John Paulsen. Kristiania, 1913; Henrik Ibsen. Von Roman Woerner. 2 vols. Munchen, 1912. 3 vols. 8vo, paper and cloth.

366. IBSEN. Gleanings from Ibsen. Selected and Edited by Emmie A. Keddell, London, 1897; Ibsen. By Haldane Macfall, N. Y., 1907; The Ibsen Secret (Lee), N. Y., 1907; Henrik Ibsen (Rose), London, 1913; Ibsen's Brand (Olson), Chicago, 1908. 5 vols. 16mo and 12mo, cloth and boards.

367. INCUNABULA. Johannes (Abbas Nivicellensis). Concordantiae Bibliae et Canonum totiusque Iuris civilis. Gothic character, double columns. 75 unnumbered leaves; signatures a-m. Folio, boards, parchment back (broken)

Basileae [Johannes de Amorbach], 1489 A fine and very large copy of this scarce book. 368. IN DARKEST AFRICA (Stanley), 2 vols., N. Y., 1890; Divine Providence (Swedenborg), Phila., 1868; An Unknown Country (Mulock), N. Y., 1887; Fielding's Works. In one volume, Edinb. 1872. 5 vols. 8vo, cloth.

369. INDIANS. A Brief Account of the Proceedings of the Committee, appointed in the Year 1795, by the Yearly Meeting of Friends of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, etc., for Promoting the Improvement and gradual Civilization of the Indian Natives. Svo, half calf, uncut.

Philadelphia printed: London, reprinted, 1806 Also contains an account of a meeting in Baltimore, in 1805. 370, INDIANS. A Sketch of the further Proceedings of the Committees appointed by the Yearly Meetings of Friends of Pennsylvania, etc., and Maryland, for Promoting the Improvement and gradual Civilization of the Indian Natives, in some parts of North America. Sro, half calf, uncut. London, 1812

371. INDIANS. Speeches on the Passage of the Bill for the Removal of the Indians. 12mo, original boards, cloth back, uncut.

Boston, 1830 372. INDIANS. The Life and Adventures of James P. Beckwourth, Mountaineer, Scout, and Pioneer, and Chief of the Crow Nation of Indians. Written from his own dictation by T. D. Bonner. Illustrations. 12mo, half

London, 1856 373. INMAN (HENRY). The Old Sante Fé Trail, the Story of a Great Highway. Illustration by Frederick Remington. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, cloth, gilt top.

N. Y., 1897

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RELIEF, BARNARD CLUB UNIT 374. ADLER (FELIX). The Religion of Duty. 12mo, limp boards.

New York, 1912 With autograph of the author. 375. ADLER (FELIX). Marriage and Divorce. 12mo, cloth, uncut.

New York, 1915 Autographed by the author. 376. BARR (AMELIA C.). Christine, a Fife Fisher Girl. Frontispiece. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1917 With inscription by the author: At the long last, All comes Right.

Amelia E. Barr.'' 377. BARTON (BRUCE). The Making of George Groton. Illustrated. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1918 FIRST EDITION. Autographed by the author. 378.- Another copy of the same. Autographed. 379. BEACH (REX). Laughing Bill Hyde and other Stories. Illustrated. 12mo, cloth.

New York, [1917] FIRST EDITION. Autographed by the author. 380. BISHOP (JOSEPH B.). The Panama Gateway. Illustrated. 12mo, cloth, uncut.

New York, 1917 Inscribed by the author on fly-leaf. 381. BRAGDON (CLAUDE). A Primer of Higher Space (The Fourth Di. mension). Plates. 8vo, cloth.

Rochester, 1913 Autographed by the author. 382. BURNETT (FRANCES HODGSON). A Lady of Quality. 12mo, eloth.

New York, 1913 Inscribed on fly-leaf: “Yours sincerely, Frances Hodgson Burnett,

April, 1918." 383. BURR (AMELIA JOSEPHINE). A Dealer in Empire. A Romance. Illustrated. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1915 FIRST EDITION. With autograph inscription by the author. 384. BURR (AMELIA JOSEPHINE). Life and Living. 12mo, cloth.

New York, (1916] Inscribed by the author. 385. BURR (JANE). City Dust. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1917 With autograph of the author.

Another copy of the same. Autographed. 387. -3 more copies of the same. Autographed.

386.

388. BUTLER (ELLIS PARKER). Dominie Dean. 12mo, cloth.

New York, (1917) Inscribed on Ay-leaf: This is the latest and one of the thickest books I have written. It is a nice, thick novel, with a lot of words in it, and all the words were hand-picked out of a good dictionary and ar. ranged by hand in the order in which they now stand, by Yours truly, Ellis Parker Butler."

389. CARLETON (WILL). Drifted In. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth.

New York, 1908 FIRST EDITION. With autograph inscription by the author. 390. CLARK (IMOGEN). Will Shakespeare's Little Lad. Illustrated. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1916 With autograph inscription by the author. 391. DAVIS (ROBERT H.) and SHEEHAN (PERLEY POORE). Efficiency. A Play in One Act. With Appreciation by Theodore Roosevelt. Ilhustrated. 12mo, limp boards.

New York, 1917 FIRST Edition. Autographed by the author. 392. DUGARD (M.). Ames Francaises. Pages vécues. Illustrated. Small 4to, original wrappers, uncut.

Paris, 1917 FIRST EDition. Autographed by the author. 393. GARLAND (HAMLIN). A Son of the Middle Border. Illustrated. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1917 Inscribed by the author, with quotation. 394.---Another copy of the same. With autograph and quotation. 395. GATLIN (DANA). The Full Measure of Devotion. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1918 FIRST EDITION. Autographed by the author. 396. Another copy of the same. Autographed.

397. HUDDLESTON (MABEL PARKER). Seript of the Sun. 12mo, boards, cloth back.

New York, 1915 FIRST EDition. With autograph of the author, and two verses of

four lines each. 398. JOHNSON (ROSSITER). Morning Lights and Evening Shadows. 12mo, boards, cloth back.

Jamaica, 1902 FIRST EDITION. With autograph inscription by the author. 399. KAY (GERTRUDE ALICE). When the Sand-Man Comes. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth.

New York, 1916 First Edition. Autographed by the author. 400. LINCOLN (JOSEPH C.). Extricating Obadiah. Illustrated. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1918 First Edition. Autographed by the author. 401. MABIE (LOUISE KENNEDY). The Wings of Pride. Frontispiece. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1913 First Edition. With autograph inscription by the author. 402. MABIE (LOUISE KENNEDY). The Lights are Bright. Frontispiece. 12mo, cloth.

New York, [1914] Inscribed on fly-leaf: “Success to the Cause! Louise Kennedy

Mabie. April the thirteenth, 1918.403. MOFFETT (CLEVELAND). Through the Wall. Illustrated. 12mo, cloth,

New York, n.d. Inscribed by the author: “When Germany sank the Lusitania she sank her right to be treated as a civilized nation. Cleveland Moffett.”

404. POWYS (JOHN COWPER). Wood and Stone. A Romance. 12mo, eloth.

New York, 1915 FIRST EDITION. With autograph of the author. 405. PUTNAM (GEORGE HAVEN). A Prisoner of War in Virginia, 1864-5. Ilustrated. 12mo, cloth, uncut.

New York, 1914 Inscribed by the author. 406. QUIGLEY (DOROTHY). Success is for You. 16mo, cloth.

New York, 1903 Inscribed by the author. 407. RIVES (AMELIE). Hidden House. Frontispiece in color. 12mo, eloth, uncut.

Philadelphia, 1912 FIRST EDITION. Autographed by the author. 408. SETON (ERNEST THOMPSON). The Arctic Prairies. Illustrated. 12mo, cloth, uncut.

New York, 1917 With long autograph inscription by the author. 409. SETON (ERNEST THOMPSON). Monarch, the Big Bear of Tallac. With 100 drawings by the author. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1917 With autograph inscription by the author. 410. SETON (ERNEST THOMPSON). Wild Animals I have Known. Illustrated by the author. 12mo, cloth, uncut.

New York, 1917 With autograph inscription by the author. 411. SETON (ERNEST THOMPSON). The Preacher of Cedar Mountain. Frontispiece. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1918 With autograph inscription by the author. 412. SHEEHAN (PERLEY POORE) and DAVIS (ROBERT H.). The Bugler of Algiers. Frontispiece. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1916 With autograph inscription by R. H. Davis. 413.- Another copy of the same. With autograph inscription. 414.- Another copy of the same. With autograph inscription.

415. SINGLETON (ESTHER). A Daughter of the Revolution. 12mo, eloth.

New York, 1915 First Edition. Inscribed by the author, with quotation. 416. THOMPSON (VANCE). Drink and be Sober. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1915 Inscribed by A. Parker Nevin, to whom the book is dedicated, the

author being in France on Y. M. C. A. work. 417. TUTTLE (FLORENCE G.). The Awakening of Woman. 12mo, cloth.

New York, (1915] With autograph of the author. 418. VAN DYKE (JOHN C.). The Meaning of Pictures. Illustrated. 12mo, eloth.

New York, 1911 With autograph inscription by the author, on leaf of dedication. 419. VAN DYKE (JOHN C.). The Desert. Further Studies in Natural Appearances. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1915 With autograph inscription by the author. 420. WATTS (MARY S.). The Boardman Family. 12mo, cloth, uncut.

New York, 1918 With autograph of the author on title. 421.- Another copy of the same. Similarly inscribed.

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