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181. COLVIN (SIDNEY). John Keats, his Life and Poetry, etc. Portrait in color, and illustrations. 8vo, cloth, uncut. FIRST EDITION.
182. CONRAD (JOSEPH). A. L. S., 2 pp., oblong 8vo. Wye, April 9, 1919. To Mr. Eric. A fine chatty letter.
"The D. mai? pressing me for an article for their Peace No. I think I'll have to do it for them. I don't want to appear ungracious and I am we': on with the end of it. So I can afford the time," etc.
183. - A. L. s., 2 pp., 12mo. Kent, Oct. 7, 1919. To "My dear old friend.”
“I know you will like to hear that the first act of the G. A. is well advanced. I'll tell you all about this and other things when we meet," etc.
184. A. L. s., 2 pp., 4to, with initials. Kent, April 13, 1920. To Mr. Eric.
“I have the text of three vols. ready here for Heinemann and shall despatch it to him to-morrow,” etc.
185. CONWAY (MONCURE D.). Life of Thomas Paine. To which is added a Sketch of Paine by William Cobbett (hitherto unpublished). 2 vols., 8vo, sheets, uncut. New York, 1892
First Edition. SPLENDIDLY EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED with a large number of suitable portraits, many of which are from contemporary sources. In addition, there are a few portraits, elippings, etc., which have not been placed.
186. COOKE (P. P.). A. L. s., 1 p., 4to. Vineyard, near Millwood, Va., May 11, 1848. To Henry B. Hirst. Promising to contribute to his proposed publication. Cooke was a friend of Poe's and wrote a Memoir of him.
187. COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE). Works. Engraved titles and illustrations by Darley. 32 vols., 12mo, half calf (a few bindings scraped).
New York, 1872
188. A. L. s., 1 p., 4to. New York, March 18, 1845. To John Fagan. Enclosing him money to pay a draft. (A little dampstained.)
189. COOPER (WILLIAM M.). Flagellation & the Flagellants. A History of the Rod in all Countries, from the Earliest Period. Numerous illustrations. 12mo, half red levant morocco, gilt top, uncut.
London: Hotten, n. d.
190. COPWAY (GEORGE, Ojibway Indian Chief). L. s., 3 pp., 4to. New York, June 12, 1851. To Henry B. Hirst. Announcing the intended publication of a paper for the Indian Race, and asking him to contribute to it. Mentions that he has the support of J. F. Cooper, Gilmore Simms, Schoolcraft, Irving, etc.
191. COSTUME. The Book of Costume; or, Annals of Fashion, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. By a Lady of Rank. Extended to two volumes, 8vo, unbound, uncut. London, 1847
EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of a great number of fine plates illustrating the costumes of various nations, many being in color. These plates have been loosely laid in, ready for the binder. Accompanying the work are about 50 additional plates, many in color, which have not been prepared by the extra-illustrator. 192. COWPER (WILLIAM). Poems. London, 1782; The Task. London, 1785. 2 vols., 8vo, crushed maroon levant morocco, backs and sides richly gold tooled, gilt edges, by Birdsall.
London, 1782-85 The First volume is the second issue of the First Edition, without the suppressed Preface by John Newton, but with the errata, and the errors in pagination on pages 162 and 343. The Second volume is the FIRST EDITION of “ The Task," and the first appearance of “John Gilpin,'' incorporated with the poet's collected writings. 193. Poems. Edited by Rev. J. S. Memes. Extended to two volumes, 12mo, half black morocco, gilt tops, uncut.
Glasgow, 1853 EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED with 115 portraits and views, together with a Memoir of Cowper, and a map. 194. [COXE (REV. ARTHUR CLEVELAND).] St. Jonathan, the Lay of a Scald. Cantos I and II (all published]. Bound in one volume, 12mo, half green levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, original wrappers bound in.
New York, 1838 FIRST EDITION. Scarce.
195. CRABBE (GEORGE). Poems. Edited by Adolphus William Ward. 3 vols., 8vo, crushed dark blue levant morocco, line tooling, gilt tops, uncut, by Macdonald.
Cambridge: University Press, 1905 A handsome copy of the “Cambridge English Classics.”' 196. CROMWELL (OLIVER). Cromwelliana. A Chronological Detail of Events in which Oliver Cromwell was engaged ; from the Year 1642 to his Death, 1658; with a continuation of other Transactions to the Restoration. Illustrations. Small folio, half red levant morocco, gilt top, uncut. Westminster, 1810
ONE OF 250 COPIES ON LARGE PAPER. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 124 fine and well-selected steel and copper portraits and views. 197. CROSS (THOMAS). Autobiography of a Stage Coachman. Illustrated with 45 plates in two states, one in color, by Rowlandson, Alken, and others. 2 vols., 4to, half vellum, uncut. ONE OF 50 COPIES ON LARGE PAPER.
London, 1904 198. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Points of Humour. Illustrated with 20 colored plates besides woodcuts, after the designs of George Cruikshank. The Two Parts in one volume, royal 8vo, full polished calf, line tooling, gilt top, uncut, original wrapper of Part II bound in, by Sangorski and Sutcliffe. London, 1823-24
A FINE TALL COPY OF THE FIRST EDITION. SCARCE.
199. —Phrenological Illustrations; or, An Artist's View of the Craniological System of Doctors Gall and Spurzheim. Illustrated with 6 colored plates, comprising 31 illustrations. Oblong 4to, half blue morocco, original wrappers (restored) bound in (a few edges torn, and one margin restored).
London, 1826 FIRST EDITION. 200. Illustrations of Time. Etched title and 6 colored plates comprising 35 illustrations. Oblong 4to, half dark blue morocco.
London, 1827 FIRST EDITION. 201. The Novelist's Library. Edited by Thomas Roscoe. Profusely illustrated by George Cruikshank [last two volumes, by others). 19 vols., 12mo, half dark green morocco, gilt tops, uncut.
London, 1831-33 ALL FIRST EDITIONS, and with the exception of a few slight foxings form a pleasing set. 202. Scenes from the Life of Edward Lascelles, Gent. Etched frontispieces and titles by Cruikshank. 2 vols., 12mo, orig. inal cloth, uncut (name on titles).
London, 1837 FIRST EDITION. Bookplate and autograph of Sir Thomas Molyneux. 203. 1851; or, The Adventures of Mr. and Mrs. Sandboys and Family, who came up to London to "Enjoy Themselves," and to See the Great Exhibition. By Henry Mayhew and George Cruikshank. Illustrated with numerous folding and full-page plates by Cruikshank (slight tear in one). 8vo, half morocco. FIRST EDITION. SCARCE.
London (1851] 204. History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798, with Memoirs of the Union, and Emmet’s Insurrection in 1803. By W. H. Maxwell. Numerous plates by George Cruikshank. 8vo, half green inorocco.
London: Bohn, 1852 205. Ireland (W. H.). Life of Napoleon Bonaparte. Engraved titles. Illustrated with numerous folding plates in black and white. 4 vols., 8vo, three-quarter dark green morocco, gilt edges, by Tout.
London: John Cumberland, 2 Cumberland Terrace, n. d. Fine copy, with the plates backed with linen. 206. CRUIKSHANK AND PHIZ. The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman. London, 1871; The Comic Almanac for 1853. London, 1853; The Gin-Shop, n. d.; An Essay on the Genius of George Cruikshank (Thackeray), London, 1884; George Cruikshank, Artist and Humorist (Hamilton); A Memoir of Phiz (Kitton), London, 1882. Numerous illustrations. 6 vols., 8vo and smaller, cloth
207. CUNNINGHAM (PETER). The Story of Nell Gwyn, and the Sayings of Charles the Second. 4to, sheets in portfolio, uncut.
New York, 1883 One of 100 copies. EXTRA ILLUSTRATED with numerous fine PROOF PORTRAITS on India and Japan paper of Nell Gwyn and other beauties, besides numerous pertinent clippings, excerpts, etc.
208. CYCLOPEDIA OF PRACTICAL QUOTATIONS (Hoyt), New York, n. d.; Poetical Works (Moore), New York, 1850; The Seasons (Thomson), New York, n. d.; and others. Together 5 vols., royal 8vo and 8vo, half morocco.
209. DAGLEY (R.) Death's Doings. Illustrated with 30 plates. 2 vols., 8vo, three-quarter morocco, gilt tops, uncut, orig inal wrappers bound in.
Boston, 1828 FINE COPY, from the Second London Edition, with considerable addi. tions. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 13 portraits and 16 views and other illustrations.
210. DALLAS (J. A.). A. L. s., 3 pp., 4to. New York, Sept. 4, 1853. To Henry B. Hirst. Urging him to come to New York and settle there.
"I'll engage to have your enemy Herbert put under perpetual bonds to keep within the bounds of the Cedars
Don't tilt that Demi John that stands in the closet under the bookcase too often, save some til I come on again,” etc.
211. DANCE OF DEATH. Todten-Tantz Wie derselbe in der loblichen und weitberuhmten Stadt Basel. Title within engraved border and numerous engraved plates. Small 4to, polished black calf (one or two leaves injured and several smaller than the others).
212. Het Schouw-Toneel des Doods. Door Salomon van Rusting. Illustrated with copperplates. Engraved title mounted. 12mo, old mottled calf (a little worn).
213. La Danse des Morts comme elle est depeinte dans la louable et célèbre Ville de Basle. Title within engraved border and copperplates designed, and engraved from the originals of Matthieu Merian. Small 4to, half vellum.
Basel, 1744 214. Die menschliche Sterblichkeit unter dem Titel TodtenTanz. Frontispiece and copperplates. Small 4to, half calf (rubbed).
Hamburg, 1759 215. - Freund Heins Erscheinungen in Holbeins Manier, von J. R. Schellenberg. Frontispiece and fine copperplates. 12mo, old sheep (hinges weak).
Winterthur, 1785 216. — Emblems of Mortality, representing in upwards of fifty cuts, Death seizing all ranks and degrees of people. 12mo, old sheep.
London, 1789 Two additional plates have been inserted. 217. — Explication de la Danse des Morts de la Chaise-Dieu, fresque inédite du XVe siècle. Précédée de quelques détails sur les autres monumens de ce genre, Par Achille Jubinal. Frontispiece, and a colored panorama of figures accompanied by Death (on linen). 4to, boards.
Paris, 1841 With bookplate of E. S. Williams.
218. Die Baseler Todtentanze in getruen Abbildungen. Von II. F. Massmann. Text in small 8vo, accompanied by an Atlas of 81 engravings on 22 copperplates, followed by 27 facsimiles from the celebrated Block-Book in the Library of Heidelberg, 4to. Together 2 vols., half morocco, in a morocco solander case. One of the best works on this subject.
Leipzig, 1847 219. Les Danses des Morts. Dissertations et Recherches
accompagnées de La Danse Macabre . . . par George Kastner. Illustrated with 20 lithographed plates and Music by Kastner. 4to, boards, morocco back.
Paris, 1852 220. Trionfo e Danza della Morte o Danza Macabra. Con osservazioni storiche ed artistiche di Giuseppe Vallardi. Illustrated with plain and colored plates, one linen-backed. Small folio, half morocco, gilt top.
Milano, 1859 221. Der Todtentanz in der Marienkirche zu Berlin. Bild und text herausgegeben von Wilhelm Lubke. 4 folding plates. 4to, boards.
Berlin, 1861 222. Illustrations of Death's Ramble, from the “Whims & Oddities” of T. Hood. By Edward Hull. Illustrated with 7 plates in color, the first of which is reproduced in black and white on title. 4to, half morocco.
London, n. d. 223. - La Danse des Morts, composée par H. Hess. Illustrated with 40 colored plates from the fresco paintings on the cemetery wall of St. Johns Church at Basle. 4to, cloth (one hinge split).
Bale, n. d. 224. DART (J.). History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Canterbury, and the onec-adjoining Monastery. Illustrated with fine copperplates by J. Cole. Folio, old calf, rebacked.
London, 1726 The list of Subscribers contains the Arms of notables as well as their
225. [D'AVIGDON (E. H.).] Across Country. Illustrations by G. Bowers, in color. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt top, uncut, original covers bound in.
London, 1882 FIRST EDITION. FINE COPY.
226. DAWSON (HENRY B.). The Assault on Stony Point by General Anthony Wayne, July 16, 1779. Map, facsimiles and illustrations. Imp. 8vo, half green levant morocco, gilt top, uncut.
Morrisania, 1863 ONE OF 250 COPIES ON LARGE PAPER. Beautifully Extra-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 7 portraits of Wayne, 53 other portraits, and 31 views, etc. Among the extra-illustrations are private plate portraits of Gen. Scammel, George Germaine and General William Aull.
Gleanings from the Harvest-field of American History. Part I. The Park and its Vicinity. Royal 8vo, half green morocco, gilt top, uncut.
Morrisania, 1867 One of 250 numbered and signed copies. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED with an A. L. s. from the author relative to the book, 32 portraits and 37 views and other illustrations, including tinted views of buildings, from Valentine's Manuals.