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678. SCOTT ILLUSTRATIONS. 28 etchings on steel to the Waverley Novels, &c. 8vo, unbound.
London, 1837 679. SCROPE (WILLIAM). The Art of Deer-Seeking: Illustrated by a Narrative of a Few Days' Sport in the Forest of Atholl, with Some Account of the Nature and Habits of Red Deer, and a Short Description of the Scotch Forests; Legends, Superstitions, &c. Nustrated by engravings and lithographs, after paintings by Eduin and Charles Landseer, and by the author. Svo, olive morocco, gilt, gilt edges, by Drayton & Sons.
London, 1835 First Edition. With the exception of slight fox markings on plates, a fine copy of this scarce book. 680. SEIDEL (G. F.). Die Königliche Residenz in Münche :. Mit unterstutzung seiner Majestat des Königs Ludwig II. von Bayern. Ilustrated with 35 folio plates, some in color. Atlas folio, half russia (worn).
Leipzig, 1880 681. SELDEN (JOHN). The Historie of Tithes: that is, The Practice of Payment of Them, the Positiue Laws made for them, etc. Small 4to, original vellum.
(London), 1618 FIRST EDITION. Scarce.
682. SETTLE (ELKANAH). Cambyses King of Persia : Tragedy. Acted by Ilis Highness the Duke of York's Servants. Small 4to, new cloth (margin of title cut close affecting one word, and 2 leaves repaired).
683. SHAKESPEARE (WILLIAM). Hecatommithi, overo Cento Novelle. By Giraldi Cinthio. 2 vols. small 4to, vellum.
Vinegia, 1574 A fine copy of this rare early Italian Work. Langbaine, in his notes on “Othello,' speaks of the great rarity of Cinthio even in his day (1691). “I venture to hint the name of Cinthio, as the probable author of the stories on which the Tempest and Love's Labours are founded." Douce says that Shakespeare found the plot of “Measure for Measure" in
Cinthio; so do both Mr. Hazlitt and Langbaine. 684. - The Complete Art of Poetry. In Six Parts. 2 vols. old citron morocco, gilt edges (hinges weak). London, 1718
Said to be the earliest publication of Extracts from Shakespeare, in which his name appears on the title-page. 685. All's Well that ends Well. Engraved frontispiece by Fourdrinier. 12mo, sewn (foxed). London: Tonson, 1731
Not in Jaggard. 686. --- As You Like It. A Comedy. Engraved frontispiece by Fourdrinier. 12mo, sewn (foxed). London: Tonson, 1731
Not in Jaggard.
London: J. Tonson, 1734
688. Measure for Measure. Engraved frontispiece by Du Guernier. 12mo, half roan.
London: J. Tonson, 1734 The first separate unaltered issue. 689. The Merchant of Venice. Engraved frontispiece by Fourdrinier. 12mo, sewn (title damaged at imprint, and foxed).
London: Tonson, 1734
690. The Merry Wives of Windsor. A Comedy. Engraved. frontispiece by Du Guernier. 12mo, half roan (lacks leaf of notice at end).
London: J. Tonson, 1734 691. A Midsummer Night's Dream. Engraved frontispiece by Fourdrinier. 12mo, sewn (foxed). London: Tonson, 1734
692. Othello, the Moor of Venice. A Tragedy. Engraved frontispiece by Du Guernier. 12mo, half roan.
London: J. Tonson, 1734 693. Pericles, Prince of Tyre. Engraved frontispiece by Fourdrinier. 12mo, half roan.
London: J. Tonson, 1734 Contains two piracy notices against R. Walker and his accomplices, by W. Chetwood. 694. The Puritan: or the Widow of Watling-Street. Engraved frontispiece by Du Guernier. 12mo, half roan. RARE.
London: J. Tonson, 1734
695. — The Taming of the Shrew. Engraved frontispiece by Fourdrinier. 12mo, sewn (foxed). London: Tonson, 1734
With the Piracy advertisement following title against R. Walker. 696. The Tragedy of Locrine, the eldest Son of King Brutus. Engraved frontispiece. 12mo, half roan.
London: J. Tonson, 1734 RARE. With the piracy warning against R. Walker at end. 697. Love's Labour's Lost. Engraved frontispiece by Fourdrinier. 12mo, sewn (foxed).
London: Tonson, 1734 The Third Separate Edition of this Play. 698. Works. Collated with the Oldest Copies and Corrected; with Notes, Explanatory and Critical: by Mr. Theobald. With portrait and many curious copperplate engravings. 8 vols. 12mo, contemporary red morocco (cover loose and hinges weak).
London: Printed for H. Woodfall and others, 1767
699. Miscellaneous Papers and Legal Instruments under the Hand and Seal of William Shakespeare: including the tragedy of King Lear, and a small fragment of Hamlet, from the Original MSS. in the possession of Samuel Ireland. Folding plate. 8vo, boards, cloth back, uncut.
London, 1796 700. A Collection of Prints from Pictures painted for the purpose of illustrating the Dramatic Works of Shakespeare. 100 brilliant engraved plates after the paintings by Smirke, Westall
and others. 2 vols. in one, atlas folio, full morocco, gilt back and sides, gilt edges (worn and some margins damp-stained).
London: Published by John and Josiah Boydell, 1803
701. - The Family Shakespeare. Edited by Thomas Bowd. ler. Portrait. 10 vols. 12mo, calf, gilt (slightly rubbed). Scarce Edition.
702. - Dramatic Works. Illustrated with portrait, engraved title and numerous plates' on India paper after the designs of Stothard. Small 8vo, crushed crimson levant morocco, gilt back, gilt paneled sides, gilt top, uncut, by Bedford.
London: Pickering, 1826 A CHOICE COPY ON INDIA PAPER, VERY SCARCE IN THIS UNCUT STATE.
Seven Ages: or the Progress of Human Life. By John Evans. Mustrated with 7 plates (should be 8, lacks frontispiece).
London and New York, 1831
704. Plays. With his Life. Edited by Gulian C. Verplanck. Ilustrated with many hundred woodcuts after designs by Kenny Meadows, Harvey and others. 3 vols. royal 8vo, crushed red levant morocco, gilt tops, by Stikeman. New York, 1817 CHOICE COPY.
· 705. — Shakespeare's Puck, and his Folkslore, illustrated from the Superstitions of all Nations. By William Bell. Ilustrated. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth.
London, 1852 First Edition. With a chapter showing that Shakespeare visited Germany.
706. Romeo and Juliet. Introduction by Richard Henry Stoddard. Etched and photogravure plates by Jacques Wagrez and Louis Titz. 8vo, parchment wrappers, uncut (4 copies). One of 300 copies on Holland paper.
New York, 1892
707. Comedies. Illustrations by Edwin A. Abbey. 4 vols. royal 8vo, boards, cloth backs, gilt tops, uncut (covers slightly soiled).
New York, 1896
708. Works, calf, gilt tops, uncut.
Numerous illustrations. 20 vols. 16mo, half
New York, n. d.
709. Shakespeare Rare Print Collection. Edited by Seymour Eaton. With numerous portraits, views, facsimiles, etc. 12 parts, royal 8vo, wrappers, in board portfolio. [Philadelphia), 1900
Connoisseur Edition, issued for private circulation.
710. SHAW (G. BERNARD). The Quintessence of Ibseni m. 12mo, cloth, gilt top.
London, 1891 FIRST Edition. Very Scarce.
711. [SHELLEY (MARY W.).] Valperga; or, the Life and Adventures of Castruccio, Prince of Lucca. 3 vols. 12mo, white buckram, gilt tops, uncut.
London, 1823 FIRST EDITION. Bookplate of Henry F. Redhead. 712. [-] The Last Man. 3 vols. 12mo, white buckram, gilt tops, uncut.
London: Henry Colburn, 1826 First Edition. Bookplate of Henry F. Redhead. 713. [SHELLEY.] Brooke (Arthur). Elegy on the Death of Shelley. Svo, original wrappers (a little worn). THE VERY SCARCE FIRST EDITION.
London: Ollier, 1822 714. — “We Pity the Plumage, but forget the Dying Bird." An Address to the People on the Death of the Princess Charlotte. By the Hermit of Marlow. 8vo, half olive levant morocco, gilt top, by Tout (small repair to title).
[London), n. d. Thomas Rodd's reprint of the very rare original. 715. SHIELDS (G. O.). Cruisings in the Cascades. A Narrative of Travel, Exploration, Amateur Photography, Hunting and Fishing. Numerous illustrations. 8vo, half green morocco. FIRST EDITION.
Chicago, 1889 716. SHIPWRECK. Authentic Narrative of the Shipwreck and Sufferings of Mrs. Eliza Bradley. Folding frontispiece (worn). Small 8vo, original boards.
Boston: James Walden, 1820 Very scarce. 717. Wonderful Disclosure! The Mystery Solved!! or, Narrative of Dr. M. Lorner, one of the Passengers of the Steam Ship President, which vessel left New York, bound for Liverpool, March 11, 1841 since which time until recently, nothing has been heard respecting her fate. Woodcuts. 8vo, new boards, original wrappers bound in, uncut.
New York, 1845 Scarce. 718. SHOBERL (FREDERICK). Austria. Containing a Description of the Manners, Customs, Character and Costumes of the People of that Empire. Illustrated with 12 colored plates. 12mo, boards, roan back (worn).
Philadelphia, 1828 719. [SHORTHOUSE (J. H.).] John Inglesant. A Romance. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth, uncut.
London, 1881 FIRST PUBLISHED EDITION.
720. SIENKIEWICZ (HENRYK). The Deluge, 2 vols. Bos. ton, 1895; Quo Vadis. Boston, 1896; Whirlpools. Boston, 1910; and others. Together 15 vols. 8vo and 12mo, cloth.
721. SIMMONS (N.). The Fort Dearborn Massacre. A ROmantic and Tragic History of Corporal John Simmons and his Heroic Wife. Portraits. 12mo, wrappers. Lawrence, Kan., 1896
Contains valuable historical material nowhere else to be be found. The greater part of the narrative is from the lips of Mrs. Simmons and her daughter, both of whom were made captive by the savages.
722. SITGREAVES (L.). Report of an Expedition dowu the Zuni and Colorado Rivers. Large folding map and lithographed plates. 8vo, cloth.
Washington, 1853 723. SMITH (JOHN JAY). American Historical and Literary Curiosities; consisting of Fac-similes of some Plates, &c. Relating to Columbus, and Original Documents of the Revolution, etc. Facsimiles, portraits and other plates. Folio, cloth (title slightly damaged and covers loose).
New York, 1860 Second Series, complete in itself. 724. SMET (P. J. DE). New Indian Sketches. Frontispieces. 12mo, cloth.
New York, n. d.
725. SMITH (MR.). Speech of Mr. Smith of Conn., on the Bill “To Admit California into the Union,” etc. 8vo, half roan (rubbed), uncut.
Washington, 1850 726. SMITH (M.). A Geographical View of the British Possessions in North America, comprehending Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, New Britain, Lower and Upper Canada. Map. 18mo, calf (rebacked and pp. slightly foxed).
Baltimore, 1814 FIRST EDITION.
727. SMITH (RICHARD). Tour of Four Great Rivers. New York, 1906; The Journal of Jacob Fowler (Coues), New York, 1898; Personal Narrative of James 0. Pattie of Kentucky (Thwaites, Edited). Cleveland, 1905. Together 3 vols. 8vo, cloth.
728. SMITH (W. ROY). South Carolina as a Royal Province 1719-1776. New York, 1903; Philadelphia the Place and the People (Repplier), New York, 1898; Historic Mansions and Highways Around Boston (Drake), Boston, 1899; and others. Together 8 vols. 8vo and 12mo, cloth.
729. SOPHOCLES. Tragedies. From the Greek; By Thomas Francklin. Frontispiece. 2 vols. 4to, half black morocco (name stamp on titles).
London: R. Francklin, 1759-58
730. SOULES (FRANCOIS). Histoire des Troubles
de l'Amerique Anglaise. Maps. 4 vols. 8vo, original calf. Paris, 1787
731. SOUTHALL (JAMES C.). The Epoch of the Mammoth and the Apparition of Man upon the Earth. Illustrated. 12mo, cloth.
Philadelphia, 1878 FIRST EDITION. The Lake-Dwellers; The Bone-Caves; Extinct Animals, etc., and chapters on Volcanic disturbances in California.
732. SOUTH SEAS. Indenture & Agreement between Native Chief and Whites in Ponape about buying land, with signatures of Jousil Nutt, John Smith, and others, 1880; Certificate & Agreement between King of Metalanien and John Rodgers for piece of land on the Island of Torman for the sum of $57.00. Signed by Joukan and Laack, and others. 1810; and 2 other pieces. Together 4 pieces.