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34. BANVILLE (THEODORE DE). Le Forgeron: Scènes Héroiques. 8vo, wrappers, uncut.

Paris, 1887 FIRST EDITION. Inscribed by the author A Emile Zola, son dévoué, Theodore de Banville."

35. BANVILLE (THEODORE DE). Le Baiser. Comedie. Frontispiece by Georges Rochegrosse. 12mo, wrappers, uncut.

Paris, 1888 FIRST EDITION. Autograph presentation copy from the author to Emile Zola.

36. BANVILLE (THEODORE DE). Florise. Comedie. Paris, 1870; Les Fourberies de Nerine. Comedie. Paris, 1864. 2 vols. 12mo, wrappers, uncut.

First Edition. Each volume contains autograph inscription by the author.

N. Y.,

37. BARR (AMELIA E.). Was It Right to Forgive? 1899; The Household of McNeil, N. Y., n.d.; Souls of Passage, N. Y., 1901. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth.

Each inscribed by the author.

38. BARRACAND (LEON). Original Manuscript of "Amour Oblige."' 268 pages of quarto size, entirely in the handwriting of the author, dated April 13, 1897.

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39. BARRES (MAURICE). Une Journée Parlementaire. Comédie de moeurs en trois Actes. 8vo, wrappers, uncut and unopened.

Paris, 1894 FIRST EDITION. Autograph presentation copy from the author. Laid in is a Poster of this Comedy, with the Cast at Le Theatre Libre.

40. BARRES (MAURICE). Toute Licence sauf contre l'Amour, 1892; Les Deracinés, 1897; L'Ennemi des Lois, 1893; Les Amitiés Françaises, n.d.; Un Homme Libre, 1889; Du Sang de la Volupté et de la Mort, n.d. MAINLY FIRST EDITIONS. 7 vols. 12mo and 16mo, wrappers, uncut.

Paris, v.d. With an autograph inscription by the author in each volume.

41. BAZAN (EMILIA PARDO). ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT, of “Pedro Antonio de Alarcon.” 45 pp. small 4to. Written in Spanish, with many corrections and deletions.

42. BAZAN (EMELIA PARDO). Original Manuscript entitled “Sirena Negra." Over 200 pages of oblong 4to size, entirely in the handwriting of the author and signed at the end.

43. BAZAN (NOEL). ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT of “Petit Journal.” Written on about 360 folio sheets, and divided into 12 portions.

With the author's autograph presentation inscription to James Carleton Young, dated June 29, 1910.

44. BEAUME (GEORGES). Le Peche; Au Pays des Cigales; Fine; Un Vieux Cox; Le Pré de l'Amour; Les Deux Rivales, and others. 11 vols. 12mo, wrappers, uncut.

First EDITIONS. With autograph inscription by the author in each volume.

45. BEAZLEY (CHARLES RAYMOND). Original Manuscript entitled “Hakluyt,” 27 pages; “English Exploration, etc., 16031642,” 24 pages; “English Exploration, 1642-1714,"' 28 pages; “Marco Polo and Medieval Voyagers,'' 25 pages. 4 items, entirely in the handwriting of the author.

46. BEAZLEY (CHARLES RAYMOND). Original Manuscript of his work on “John Cabot and his Son.” 416 pages of quarto size. Another headed “English Discovery, 1455-1509. The Cabots." About 125 pages. Both in the handwriting of the author.

47. BEAZLEY (CHARLES RAYMOND). Original Manuscript of his work on the “Dawn of Modern Geography," including Chinese, Arab, The Dark Ages, English, and other parts, with prefaces, etc. About 1,500 pages, entirely in the handwriting of the author.

48. BELL in the Fog (Atherton), N. Y., 1905; The Christmas (Braddon), N. Y., 1894; The Count and the Congressman (Harrison), N. Y., n.d.; and others. Together 5 vols. 8vo and 12mo, cloth.

Each volume inscribed by the author.

49. BELOT (ADOLPHE). Les Baigneuses de Trouville, 1875; Une Joueuse, 1879; Bon Ami, 1889. 3 vols. 12mo, half calf.

Paris, v.d. Each volume inscribed by the author, two being presentation copies to Georges Bastard.

50. BENSON (ARTHUR C.). The Altar Fire. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1908 Inscribed by the author with a poetical quotation.

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51. BERRICHON (PATERNE). MANUSCRIPT of "La Vigne Noire." 65

65 pp. folio. Together with 5 A, L.'s S., to various people, 8 pp. in all. 6 pieces.

52. BESANT (ANNIE). The Ancient Wisdom, an Outline of Theosophical Teachings. Folding plan. 12mo, cloth.

London, 1899 With autograph of the author.

53. BESANT (ANNIE). Avataras, 1900; Thought Power, Its Control and Culture. 1901. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth. London, v.d.

With autograph of the author in each volume.

51. BESANT (ANNIE). Dharma, 1899; Evolution of Life and Form, 1899; The Three Paths, 1897. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth.

With autograph of the author in each volume.

55. BIOGRAPHY, John G. Whittier (Burton), 1901; Nathaniel Hawthorne (Fields), 1899; U. S. Grant (Wister), 1900; John C. Calhoun (Von Holst), 1899, and others. 9 vols. 12mo and smaller.

V.p., v.d. Some First Editions. With autograph inscription by the author in each volume.

56. BIRDS in the Bush (Torrey), Boston, 1893; Art Out-ofDoors (Van Rensselaer), N. Y., 1897 ; Roses of Shadows (Sullivan), X. Y., 1885; and others. Together, 12 vols. 12mo, cloth.

Each volume inscribed by the author.

57. BLACKS AND WHITES in West Africa (Bourne); The Food of Certain American Indians (Carr), 1895; Fish and Men in the Maine Islands (Bishop), 1885; Camoens (Nabuco), and others. 50 pamphlets.

With author's autograph inscription in nearly every piece.

58. BOISGILBERT (EDMUND, “Ignatius Donnelly''). Doctor Huguet. 12mo, cloth.

Chicago, [1891] First Edition. Autograph presentation copy from the author to Mr.

Young.

wrappers.

59. BOISGILBERT (EDMUND, “Ignatius Donnelly’’). Donnelliana. An Appendix to “Cæsar's Column.” Portrait. 12mo,

Chicago, [1892] Autograph presentation copy from the author to Mr. Young.

60. BOOKS Condemned to be Burnt (Farrer), 1892; Silent Gods and Sun-Steeped Lands (Frazer), 1896; One Thousand Objects for the Microscope (Cooke), n.d., and others, by William Ellis, W. D. Howells, Mary Halleck Foote, etc. 11 vols., various sizes and

bindings.

Mainly inscribed copies.

MANUSCRIPT BY BOURGET

61. BOURGET (PAUL). ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT, signed, of “Science and Poetry,” a Dialogue-part of the manuscript of "Studies and Portraits." 15 pp. 4to, with typewritten translation.

62. BOURGET (PAUL). La Vie Inquiète. 12mo, wrappers, uncut.

Paris, 1875 First EDITION OF THE AUTHOR's First Book. Autograph presentation copy from the author to Aurelien Scholl.

63. BOURGET (PAUL). Edel. Poeme. 12mo, half morocco, uncut, original wrappers bound as issued (a child's scribbling on inscribed page).

Paris, 1878 FIRST EDITION. Autograph presentation copy from the author to Leon Valade.

64. BOURGET (PAUL). L'Irreparable. 12mo, wrappers, uncut.

Paris, 1881 FIRST EDITION. Autograph presentation copy from the author to Emile Zola.

65. BOURGET (PAUL). André Cornelis. 12mo, wrappers, uncut.

Paris, 1887 First Edition. Autograph presentation copy from the author; name of recipient erased.

66. BOURGET (PAUL). Le Disciple. 12mo, half calf.

Paris, 1889 FIRST EDITION. Autograph presentation copy from the author.

67. BOURGET (PAUL). Pastels. Dix portraits de Femmes. 12mo, wrappers, uncut and unopened.

Paris, 1889 FIRST EDITION. Autograph presentation copy from the author.

68. BOURGET (PAUL). Un Coeur de Femme. 12mo, wrappers, uncut.

Paris, 1890 First EDITION. Autograph presentation copy from the author to Emile Zola.

69. BOURGET (PAUL). Sensations d'Italie. 12mo, wrappers, uncut.

Paris, 1891 First Edition. Autograph presentation copy from the author to Emile Zola.

70. BOURGET (PAUL). Complications Sentimentales. 12mo, wrappers, uncut and unopened.

Paris, 1898 FIRST EDITION. With autograph inscription by the author.

71. BOURGET (PAUL). Un Crime d'Amour, 1886; L'Irreparable, 1884. 2 vols. 12mo, wrappers, uncut. Paris, 1884-86

First Edition. Autograph presentation copies from the author; name of recipient erased.

72. BOURGET (PAUL). A Love Crime, London, 1888; Impressions of Italy, N. Y., n.d.; Monica and other Stories, New York, 1902. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth.

V.p., v.d. With autograph inscription by the author in each volume.

73. BOURGET (PAUL). Monique-Les Gestes-Reconnaissance. Trois récits de Guerre. 12mo, wrappers, uncut and unopened.

Paris, n.d. Autograph presentation copy from the author to Emile Zola.

74. BOURGET (PAUL). Le Fantôme. 12mo, wrappers, uncut.

Paris, n.d. FIRST EDITION. Inscribed on half-title: "à Emile Zola son admirateur et son ami Paul Bourget."

75. BOVET (MARIE ANN DE). ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT, signed, of "Ame d'Argile." 326 pp. 4to. Written in French.

Autograph presentation copy from the author to Mr. Young, Paris, July 1904.

76. BRADA [Countess of Puliga). Original Manuscript of "L'Ombre." About 300 pages of quarto size, entirely in the handwriting of the author, dated January 8, 1898.

77. BRADDON (M. E.). The Rose of Life. 12mo, cloth,

London, n.d. Contains an inscription by the author, signed with initials.

78. BRADY (CYRUS TOWNSEND). ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPTS, signed, of “The Baby Goes A-Fishing,'' 10 pages; and “The Wreck and the Letters," 42 pages, 4to. (2).

Both manuscripts inscribed: Written in August 1903. C. T. B." Accompanied by an envelope is inscribed by the author: The only MSS. in existence, to date, which was not dictated and typewritten by a secretary.

79. BRADY (CYRUS TOWNSEND). Commodore Paul Jones. Portrait and Maps. 12mo, cloth, uncut.

New York, 1902 Inscribed by the author: John Paul Jones, A Sailor and a gentleman as I see him and love him. Cyrus Townsend Brady.

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