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994. TRACTS. Pietas Universitatis Oxoniensis in Obitum Serenissimae Reginae Annae et Gratulatio In Augustissimi Regis Georgii Inaugurationem, Oxonii, 1714; The Bishop of Chester's Case with relation to the Wardenship of Manchester, Oxford, 1721; The Attorney General's Report of Sir Edward Seymour's Title to the Dukedom of Somerset, 1750; A Letter from a Freeman of the City of Chester to a Friend in London, 1733, and 2 others. In one volume. Folio, calf.
From the estate of F. R. Halsey.
995. TRAVERS (WA[L]TER). An Answere to a Supplicatorie Epistle, of G. T. for the pretended Catholiques; Written to the right Honorable Lords of her Maiesties priuy Councell. BLACK LETTER. Small 8vo, original vellum wrappers.
London: Printed for Tobie Smith, (circa 1595)
996. TREATY OF BREDA. Articules van Vrede Ende Verbondt, tusschen den Doorluchtighsten, Grootmachtighsten Prins ende Heere, Heere Karel, de tweede van dien naem, Koningh van Groot Britannien, ter eenre; ende de Hoogh Mogende Heeren Staten Generael der Vereenighde Nederlantsche Provintien, ter andere zijde geslooten. Printed in Black Letter. Small 4to, sewn.
In's Gravenhage, 1667 THE ORIGINAL EDITION OF THE TREATY OF BREDA, IN DUTCH. RARE.
997. TREATY OF BREDA. Articles of Peace and Alliance, Between the most Serene and Mighty Prince Charles II. By the grace of God King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, etc., And the High and Mighty Lords, The States General of the United Netherlands, Concluded the 21/31 day of July, 1667. Small 4to, sewn.
In the Savoy, 1667 THE RARE FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH, of American importance, as it was this Treaty which gave New York to England, as it allowed the retention by each of the conflicting parties of the places it occupied. This provision confirmed the 'nglish in peaceful and righteous possession of the conquest of New Netherlanit.
The present copy contains numerous marginal notes in a contemporary hand, of such a character as to indicate its being an official copy or edited proof.
998. TROLLOPE (ANTHONY). The Warden. Cr. 8vo, full blue levant morocco, gilt, gilt top.
London, 1855 FIRST EDITION.
999. TROLLOPE (ANTHONY). Castle Richmond. A Novel. 3 vols., 8vo, full blue levant morocco, gilt, gilt tops, uncut, original cloth covers bound in, by Birdsall.
London: Chapman & Hall, 1860 FIRST EDITION.
1000. TROLLOPE (ANTHONY). Clergymen of the Church of England. Cr. 8vo, full blue levant morocco, gilt, gilt top, original cloth covers bound in, by Birdsall.
London, 1866 FIRST EDITION.
1001. TROLLOPE (ANTHONY). Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite. 8vo, full blue levant morocco, gilt, gilt top, original cloth covers bound in, by Birdsall.
1002. TROLLOPE (ANTHONY). Australia and New Zealand. Numerous maps. 2 vols., thick 8vo, full blue levant morocco, gilt, gilt tops, uncut, original cloth covers bound in, by Birdsall.
London: Chapman & Hall, 1873 FIRST EDITION.
1003. TROLLOPE (ANTHONY). An Eye for an Eye. 2 vols., cr. 8vo, full blue levant morocco, gilt, gilt tops, uncut, original cloth covers bound in, by Birdsall.
London, 1879 FIRST EDITION.
1004. TROLLOPE (ANTHONY). Thackeray. Cr. 8vo, full blue levant morocco, gilt, gilt top, original cloth covers bound in, by Birdsall.
London, 1879 FIRST EDITION.
1005. TROLLOPE (ANTHONY). Ayala's Angel. 3 vols.,
, 8vo, full blue levant morocco, gilt, gilt tops, uncut, original cloth covers bound in, by Birdsall.
London, 1881 FIRST EDITION.
1006. TROLLOPE (ANTHONY). An Autobiography. Por. trait. 2 vols., 8vo, full blue levant morocco, gilt, gilt tops, uncut, original cloth covers bound in, by Birdsall. Edinburgh, 1883
ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT OF ANTHONY TROLLOPE 1007. TROLLOPE (ANTHONY). ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT, Complete, of his celebrated Novel, “The American Sena
About 800 large quarto pages, (both sides of the paper), entirely in the handwriting of the author, with many corrections by him. Bound in a royal 4to volume, full light green levant morocco, back and sides decorated with conventional flowers and leaves, doublures of brown levant with wide green levant borders similarly gold-tooled, flies of brown watered silk, by Toof. In s morocco slip case.
1008. TUDOR TRANSLATIONS. A Complete Collected Set of the Tudor Translations. Edited by William Ernest Henley. Being the Great Works of the World's Literature, in their first rendering in the English Language. With Introductions to each work by Eminent Scholars. Together, 44 vols., 8vo, full dark blue polished calf, gilt backs with floral inlays, leather labels, gilt inside borders, gilt tops, uncut, by Zaehnsdorf.
London: David Nutt, v.d. Complete sets of this celebrated series are much sought for and very difficult to find. The set is composed as follows:
The Essays of Montaigne. Done into English by John Florio, anno 1603. With an Introduction by George Saintsbury. 1892. 3 vols.
The Golden Ass of Aupleius. Translated out of Latin by William Adlington, anno 1566. With an Introduction by Charles Whibley. 1893.
Celestina: or, The Tragicke-Comedy of Calisto and Melibea. Englished from the Spanish of Fernando de Rojas, by James Mabbe, anno 1631. With an Introduction by James Fitzmaurice-Kelly. 1894.
An Ethiopian History; Written in Greek by Heliodorus. Englished by Thomas Underdowne, anno 1587. With an Introduction by Charles Whib. lev. 1895.
Plutarch's Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans. Englished by Sir Thomas North, anno 1579. With an Introduction by George Wyndham. 1896.
The History of Don Quixote of the Mancha. Translated from the Spanish of Miguel de Cervantes by Thomas Shelton, annis 1612, 1620. With Introduction by James Fitzmaurice-Kelly. 1896. 4 vols.
The History of Comines. Englished by Thomas Danett, anno 1596. With an Introduction by Charles Whibley. 1897. 2 vols.
Certain Tragical Discourses of Bandello. Translated into English by Geffraie Fenton, anno 1567. With an Introduction by Robert Langton Douglas. 1898. 2 vols.
Suetonius. History of Twelve Caesars. Translated into English by Philemon Holland, anno 1606. With an Introduction by Charles Whibley. 1899. 2 vols.
The Book of the Courtier. From the Italian of Count Baldassare Castiglione. Done into English by Sir Thomas Hoby, anno 1561. With an Introduction by Walter Raleigh. 1900.
Rabelais: Gargantua and Pantagruel. Translated into English by Sir Thomas Urquhart and Peter Le Motteux, annis 1653-1694. 1900. 3 vols.
The Chronicle of Froissart. Translated out of French by Sir John Bourchier, Lord Berners, annis 1523-25. With an Introduction by William Paton Ker. 1901-1903. 6 vols.
The English Bible. Translated out of the Original Tongues by the Commandment of King James the First. Anno 1611. 8vo. 1903-1904, 6 vols.
Machiavelli. With an Introduction by Henry Cust, M. P. Volume 1. The Art of War. Translated by Peter Whitehorne, 1560. The Prince. Translated by Edward Dacres, 1640. Volume II. The Florentine History. Translated into English by Thomas Bedingfeld. Anno 1595. 8vo. 1905. 2 vols.
The Decameron Preserved to Posterity by Giovanno Boccaccio, and Translated into English, anno 1620. With an Introduction by Edward Hutton. 8vo. 1909. 4 vols.
1009. TURGENIEFF (IVAN), The Novels and Stories of. Translated from the Russian by Isabel F. Hapgood. With an Introduction by Henry James. Photogravure portrait. 16 vols.,
8vo, three-quarters light brown levant morocco, gilt backs and tops, uncut.
New York: Chas. Scribner's Sons, 1903 One of 204 copies printed on handmade paper.
1010. TUVILL (DANIEL). Essaies Politicke, and Morall, by D. T. Gent. Engraved title. Small 8vo, original vellum, gilt, red edges.
[London]: H. L. for Mathew Lownes, 1603 FIRST EDITION. With the Hoe bookplate.
1011. TYNDALL (JOHN). The Whole Workes of W. Tyndall, John Frith and Doct. Barnes, three Worthy Martyrs and Principall Teachers of this Churche of England, Collected and Compiled in one Tome together; beyng before scattered and now in print here exhibited, BLACK LETTER. Woodcut Border, Round Title and Large Woodcut of Verso Last Leaf, thick folio, antique calf; slight mend in corner of title, otherwise nice copy.
London: John Daye, 1573 Rare.
WITH WATER-COLORS BY PAUL AVRIL 1012. UZANNE (OCTAVE). The Fan, a delightfully written volume, describing fan fancies and fashions among the Fair Sex in all ages, exquisitely illustrated by Paul Avril, every other page being delightfully decorated with the most charming pietures illustrating the vogue of the Fan in love and war, in court, camp, salon, and boudoir, in myth and history, in Eastern and Western climes; dainty drawings crowded with romping cupids and fascinating nymphs; a very choicely printed book, with decorative borders and ornaments, the illustrations all printed in various tints; UNIQUE COPY, EMBELLISHED WITH SEVEN DELIGHTFUL ORIGINAL WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS, MOST BEAUTIFULLY EXECUTED, signed “P. A.” and including remarkably clever portraits of Balzac and Theophile Gautier, well-drawn views of the Paris Opera House, the Arch of Triumph, and the Villa Umberto, Rome, a humorous drawing of Falstaff and Pistol, and a very charming child-study; the drawing of the Opera House, with two beautiful fans, is executed on a fly-leaf and forms a choice frontispiece to the volume. Royal 8vo, magnificently bound in crushed and polished blue levant morocco, with richly tooled panelled sides, gilt back, doublures and fly-leaves of watered silk, inside dentelle borders, top edges gilt, others untrimmed.
London, 1881 With bookplate of H. S. Van Duzer.
1013. UZANNE (OCTAVE). Le Miroir du Monde: Notes et Sensations de la Vie Pittoresque. Profusely illustrated in colors after Paul Avril. Royal 4to, original pictorial wrappers, uncut. Within leatherette cover.
Paris : Quantin, 1888
PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed by the author; together with an antograph dedication inserted. Limited issue on vélin de Hollande.
1014. UZANNE (OCTAVE). La Française du Siècle: Modes - Meurs-Usages. Aquarelle illustrations by Albert Lynch etched in colors by Eugène Gaujean. Royal 8vo, original pictorial wrappers, uncut. In leatherette cover, with ribbons.
Paris : Quantin, 1886 PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed by the author.
1015. VALE PRESS. Shakespeare (William). Sonnets. Reprinted from the Edition of 1609. Ornamental woodcut borders and initials by Charles Ricketts. 8vo, salmon crushed levant morocco, gilt wave and fillet_borders, gilt top, uncut.
London: Ballantyne [Vale] Press, 1899
1016. VAUGHAN (SIR WILLIAM). The Golden Fleece Diuided into three Parts, under which are discouered the Errours of Religion, the Vices and Decayes of the Kingdome, and lastly the wayes to get wealth, and to restore Trading so much complayned of. Transported from Cambrioll Colchos, out of the Southernmost part of the Iland, commonly called the Newfoundland, by Orpheus Junior, for the Generall and perpetuall Good of Great Britaine. With the rare engraved map of "Newfoundland described by Captain John Mason.” Small 4to, full crimson levant morocco. London: Printed for Francis Williams, 1626
THE RARE ORIGINAL EDITION, with the map in splendid condition. The work was written to encourage emigration to Newfoundland, where the author owned a large tract of land.
1017. VINCENT OF FERRARA. Sermones Sancti Vincentii de Valentia fratris deii ordinis predicatorum Sacre theologiae professoris eximu detempore pars Hyemales. The Two Parts Complete. Folio, full pigskin, with stamped ornaments.
Basil : Nicolaus Kessler, 1488 Excessively rare. Only a few copies are recorded of these famous Sermons of Vincent of Ferrara. A very fine copy in the original pigskin binding.
1018 VIRGIL. Publius Virgilius Maro. Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis. Splendidly illustrated with a large number of full-page engravings on copper by Copia after the designs of Gerard and Girodet. Imperial folio, full crimson morocco, gold line borders on sides, gilt panelled back, doublures of blue levant with broad gold-tooled dentelle borders, gilt edges, by Capé. Parisiis: In Aedibus Palatinis, excudebam Petrus Didot,
Natu Major, 1798