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Plays prior to 1660. Illuminated MSS. Elizabethan Literature. 
Books with Coloured Plates. Specimens of early Printing be- 
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Copyright, 1933 


A SURVEY of market prices for rare books and autographs for 
the past auction season is cf peculiar interest, is indeed essential 
for arriving at average valuations. It reveals the status of literary 
material at a period which, it is hoped, marks the depth of depressed 
markets and thus provides figures which, used in comparison with 
those of the past few years, will afford excellent opportunity for an 
estimate of mean values. 

Aside, however, from certain conditions which, undoubtedly, reflect 
the general business situation, the auction market for literary material 
during 1931-1932 was by no means altogether low and to those en- 
gaged actively in its progress, the record of the year is found rep- 
resentative and offers the guidance necessary for up-to-date valua- 
tions, note being made, of course, of varying physical conditions of 
volumes bringing varying prices. On the whole, general financial con- 
ditions have militated against the auction market rather in the with- 
holding of material in quantity than in the total withdrawal of de- 
sirable items from public sale or in the reduction of prices paid for 
fine copies. We find these items still in the market in fine, if not 
in numerous examples. 

As usual, there have been opportunities for securing rarities and for 
securing bargains : and collectors find encouragement in the evidence 
that rare books and autographs, considered as investments alone, do 
not depreciate in the ratio of other securities. Good examples, if 
the owner must part with them, continue to find a ready market at 
good prices. 

Although less in volume, the sales of 1931-32 in New York City 
alone reali/ed a total sum far in excess of the returns for either of 
the two preceding years. The very large sums contributing to this 
local return were realized in the sale of the Lothian collection ; but 
a number of works in other collections brought prices in advance, 
sometimes considerably in advance, of prices paid for corresponding 
copies in the previous five years, that is, since the year 1926. This 
span would seem to set a limit to the period of comparison having 
any practical bearing upon the present and the immediate future. 

The sales of 1031-32 numbered (>9 and showed two changes in the 
list of auction houses, the withdrawal of the Union Square Book Shop 
and the appearance of the National Art Galleries, Inc. 

The outstanding' events of the season occurred in the sales of two 
consignments" from England, the first, Selections from the Libraries 
of the Marquess of Lothian mentioned more fully below the other, 
a single item, one of the two fully signed copies known to be in 
existence of the "Olive Branch" Petition of the Second Continental 
Congress which was presented to King George III in 1775 as a final 


effort to avert the War of the Revolution. This document was sold 
at $53000, a sum greater by $2000 than that paid for a manuscript 
in an American auction in any previous season. The letter bearing 
the signature of Button Gwinnett, with the signatures of Hancock, 
Morris, Lewis, Read, and Middleton, sold in 1927 for $51000, had 
held the record to date. 

Collections sold in October, 1931 included the Library of Americana 
of the late George W. Riggs which produced a 1775-76 run of the 
Pennsylvania Journal and Weekly Advertiser at $925, Nunez Cabeza 
de Vaca's Relacion [1555], at $410, and manuscript Indian treaties 
at $650, $750, and $1450. 

The Library of William H. MacAfee, consisting mainly of Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth Century English Literature, included works of 
Gilbert A'Beckett, Jane Austen, Byron, Cowper, Scott, Thackeray, 
and Wordsworth, which brought their highest market prices except 
for the prices realized in the Kern sale of 1929. 

Sporting Books and First Editions from the Library of the late 
Gifford A. Cochran, with matter of great autograph and association 
interest from other owners, included Real Life in London, 1821-22, 
and Egan's Life of an Actor, 1825, each in original parts, selling at 
$320 and $350. The 1620 English version of Boccaccio sold at $1525, 
and Paradise lost, 1667, with Paradise Regain'd, 1671, at $1300. Pres- 
entation copies of various works by Hawthorne brought $525, $1300, 
and $2200. A copy of Irving's Life of Washington, 1855-59, ex- 
tended by the insertion of autographs and illustrations, sold for 
$4250. The Bos well papers in the I sham collection as published 
to 1931 made an appearance in this consignment, selling at $400. The 
autograph material included Orderly Books of Sir William Howe 
for the years 1776 and 1777, which sold for $1400. 

Among autographs in the collection of the late Thomas B. Clarke, 
a letter of Gilbert Stuart was sold at $420, a letter signed, in 1776. 
by Franklin, Carroll and Chase, as commissioners to Canada, at 
$1300. A letter of 1861 by President Lincoln to the Governor of 
Kentucky, declining to remove Union troops from that state, sold 
for $1550, and a copy of the Thirteenth Amendment to the Con- 
stitution, signed, in 1865, by Lincoln and by all of its sponsors in 
Congress, sold for $8000. 

In the sale of the Library of an Ohio collector, a copy of Great 
Expectations, 1861, brought $550; one of the copies of F. R. Martin's 
History of Oriental Carpets, Vienna, 1908, with plates printed on 
silk, brought $425; and a complete set of the folio works of John 
Gould, 1831-88, $2600. 

Other sales produced a copy of A Trve Declaration of the estate 
of the Colonie in Virginia, 1610, which sold at $850; Mason's Brief 
History of the Pequot War, 1736, at $675; a copy of the English 
Bible printed by Aitken at Philadelphia in 1782, at $525; Cooper's 
Spy, 1821, at $770; Hawthorne's Peter Parley's Universal History, 
1837, at $845 ; the New York, 1866 issue of Alice in Wonderland, at 
$300; Longfellow's Evangeline, 1847, at $1150; and a copy of the 
catalogue of the Ashley Library as published to 1930, at $440. 

Manuscript Americana of the season included, among early Eng- 
lish deeds, one bearing the signature of the Puritan colonist, Richard 
Gardiner, which sold for $1000 and, among early orderly books and 
journals of historic interest, the record kept at the headquarters of 
General Woodford in 1777, which sold at $460. A letter of Roger 


Williams to Gov. Winthrop, in 1640, in relation to the Indians of 
Rhode Island, brought $4000, a 1629 letter of Gov. Winthrop, $1000. 
Official notification to Arthur Lee of his appointment as Commissioner 
to France, in a letter of Oct. 23, 1776, signed by Franklin and Morris, 
brought $610. A plan of July 13, 1781 written out in General Wash- 
ington's hand, "For Reconnoitering the Enemy's Posts at the North 
end of York Island and the vicinity of it," was sold for $1950. A 
Mexican War letter of Zachary Taylor sold at $385. A journal kept 
by Benjamin Van Cleve, 1778-1803, covering much of the history 
of the settlement of the Ohio Valley, sold at $410, an 1849 overland 
diary of Simon Doyle, at $480. 

Consignment of the Lothian collection to the American market, 
made at the protest of the London public and press, brought to the 
owner justification of choice, the 168 items of the collection realiz- 
ing $410,545, a sum considerably in excess of his expectation. The 
material included certain world-famed manuscripts and 133 printed 
books comprising incunabula, publications of the sixteenth century 
and early Americana. Among the 35 manuscripts of the sale, two 
romances in fourteenth century hands, Lc Roman de la Rose and 
the copy of the Floriant et Florete from which the edition of the 
Roxburghe Club was printed (Edinburgh, 1873) brought, respec- 
tively, $1000 and $1050; Sir Walter Scott's manuscript of The Eve 
of Saint John brought $1600. Three fifteenth century Books of 
Hours realized $1400, $4300, and $4500, two copies of the Bible in 
Latin, in thirteenth century hands, $700 and $1400, and a copy written 
in the twelfth century, $7000. Handsomely bound manuscripts of the 
sixteenth century included a volume of Medical Recipes bound, 
probably, by Cloyis Kve, which sold at $1100; a volume on the lives 
of Scipio, Hannibal, Pompey, and Cicero, in French prose, bound 
for Diane de Poitiers, at $2250, and a poem by Bernardino Manetti, 
in Italian, on Catherine de Medici and bound for her, at $5750. 
Fifteenth century copies of French translations of Livy, Boccaccio, 
and Saint Augustine, sold at $9000, $18000, and $31500. The "Blick- 
ling" Homilies, in Anglo-Saxon, of the yeaf 971, brought $55000; 
the eighth century "Lincoln" Psalter, written entirely in uncial letters, 
$23000; and the Tikytt Psalter, of about 1310, $61000. 

The Lothian incunabula sales included the Augsburg, 1470 edition 
of Josephus, in Latin, at $600; the Nuremberg Chronicle (Schedel), 
bound with Durer's (?) Apocalypse, at $950; the Aldine, 1499 
Hypnerotomachia Poliphili of Columna, at $1550: the Jenson, 1470 
De euangelica of Eusebius, at $2100; Bien advise, mal advise, on 
vellum, at $3000; Pliny's Naturalis Historia, Venice, Spira, 1469, at 
$3100; the Caxton, 1480 Chronicles of England and the Description 
of Britain, in one volume, at $7000; these Chronicles, as printed by 
Machlinia in 1486, at $1200; Kay's translation of Caorsin's Siege of 
Rhodes, London, about 1482, at $7250; the Maintz, 1462 Bible, at 
$19000; a Paris, 1493 Boccaccio, in French, in a Diane de Poitiers 
binding, at $9400 and Colard Mansion's Bruges, 1476 Boccaccio, in 
French, at $45,000. . . 

Among sixteenth century books, Pynson's 1516 printing of Fabyan s 
Newe Chronycles of England and of Fraunce brought $725 ; a French 
Book of Hours, $1000; Gassar's Epitome, Lugdini [1538], in a 
mosaic Maioli binding, $1200: the 1535 Coverdale translation of the 
Bible, $3700; and "Cest la Deduction," etc., a work in celebration of 
Henri II and Catherine de Medici, $4000. 



Early Americana and books on travel in the Lothian collection 
consisted of 79 items, among them Jourdain's Plaine Description of 
the Barmvdas, 1613, which realized $700; Hagthorpe's Englands- 
Exchequer, 1625, $725; A Perfect Description of Virginia, 1649, 
$750; Barlow's Navigators Svpply, 1597, $800; Middleton's Sir 
Robert Sherley, 1609, $800; Thevet's New found worlde, in Racket's 
translation [1568], $900; Winslow's New-Englandes Salamander, 
1647, $900; Captain John Smith's Accidence for the Sea, 1636, $1350, 
the later edition (1653), entitled The Sea-mans Grammar, $650; 
Smith's Trve Relation of ... occurrences ... in Virginia, 1608, 
$3750; the first, the "Colonie" edition (1620), of A Declaration of 
the State of the Colonie ... in Virginia, $1400; Les Voyages of 
Champlain, Paris, 1613, $2100; Nicholl's Houre Glasse of Indian 
Newes, 1607, $2250; Underbill's Newes from America, 1638, $2500; 
Sir George Peckham's Trve Reporte of the late Discoueries ... by 
... Sir Humfrey Gilbert, 1583, $3250; Hakluyt's Principal Naviga- 
tions, 1598-99-1600, with the Molineaux-Wright map, $3500; The 
Travels of Marco Polo, Frampton's translation, 1579, $4250; Rosier's 
Trve Relation of the . . . Discouery of ... Virginia, 1605, $4500; 
and Best's Trve Discovrse of Frobisher's voyages, 1578, $7250. 

The dispersal of the Lothian Americana was followed, in the same 
evening, by the offering of the related document mentioned above as 
comprising a formal sale in itself, the " 'Olive Branch* Petition" of 
Congress to King George III. 















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San Francisco 




no place given 


various places 


1788 to 1789 


no date given 


no year given 


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various bindings 

gilt edges 

gilt top 




MSS. manuscripts D. document or 

A. autograph documents 

L. letter or letters S. signed 

N. note or notes 

As this volume may come into the hands of some persons not 
familiar with the publication, the following explanation of its scheme 
is reprinted from earlier issues. 

The name of the author, or the main heading, is set in bold-face 
capitals. As a rule, Club and Press publications are listed under 
the name of the club or press in question; and a few other books, 
such as anonymous histories and biographies, are given subject 

The titles of various works under these main entries are printed 
in bold-face type, capitals and lower case. The subsequent mat- 
ter, the description, printed in light-face type, is in two portions, 
the first, including the imprint place, printer, date and size of 
volume, is general and applies to all copies of the work listed. 

The second portion of the description, applying specifically to 
the copy of the book sold (each lot beginning a new line), is made 
up as follows: (i) a description of the binding; (2) a statement 
as to the condition of this copy if on large paper, with extra 
plates inserted, from a famous library, etc.; (3) capital (key) let- 
ter, referring to the Chronological List of Sales at the beginning 
of this volume and indicating the name and date of the sale; (4) 
the lot number of the sale catalogue; (5) the price realized, that 
is, the price per lot and not per volume. 

M. H. W. 


A June 5, 1931. Americana: Concluding Portion of the Histori- 
cal and Genealogical Library of Col. Charles . Banks [and] 
Books from the Library of the Late Elisha R. Brown. 

Frank J. Wilder 

B June 1 8, 1931. Library of the Late Edgar Munson, Muncy, 
Pa. Stan. V. Henkels 

C June 18, 1931. Important First Editions of English and 
American Authors . . . Literary Autograph Letters . . . Amer- 
icana, Currier & Ives Prints. 

Chicago Book & Art Auctions, Inc. 

E Oct. 6, 1931. Library of Dr. Gottfried Koehler; with Addi- 
tions, comprising Americana, American First Editions and 
Autograph Material. Chicago Book & Art Auctions, Inc. 

F Oct. 14, 1931. Library of J. William Smith and Selections 
from the Library at "Oakland/* including that of the Late 
Thomas Nelson Page. 

American Art Association-Anderson Galleries, Inc. 

G Oct. 15, 1931. Americana, Miscellaneous Books, Sporting 
Prints, and Engravings. Stan. V. Henkels, Jr. 

H Oct. 15, 1931. First Editions of American and English Au- 
thors; Americana. Newark Galleries, Inc. 

I Oct. 20, 1931. American Historical Autographs, comprising 
the Collections formed by the Late William Winslow Crannell 
and Littleton W. Tazewell. 

American Art Association- Anderson Galleries, Inc. 

J Oct. 24, 1931. Americana. Charles F. Heartman 

K Oct. 27-28, 1931. Library of a Massachusetts Collector . . . 
First Editions of Modern American and English Authors. 

Chicago Book & Art Auctions, Inc. 

L Oct. 28, 1931. Library of the Late George W. Riggs . . . 
Washington Letters, Manuscript Indian Treaties, Early Amer- 
icana. American Art Association-Anderson Galleries, Inc. 

M Oct. 29, 1931. Library of John C. Pinto, with a Few Addi- 
tions. Ritter-Hopson Galleries 



N Nov. 5-6, 1931. A Collection of First Editions, including As- 
sociation Copies of James Russell Lowell, from the Library 
of the Late Carlotta Russell Lowell. 

Plaza Art Galleries, Inc. 

O Nov. 12, 1931. Choice Library of William H. MacAfee: 
First Editions of American and English Authors. 

American Art Association-Anderson Galleries, Inc. 

P Nov. 14, 1931. Americana. Charles F. Heartman 

Q Nov. 18-19, 1931. Library of a Massachusetts Collector, 
Part II ... First Editions of Modern American and English 
Authors, Limited and Signed Editions, etc. 

Chicago Book & Art Auctions, Inc. 

R Nov. 19-20, 1931. A Noteworthy Collection of Rare Sporting 
Books, Autographs, Hawthorne Presentation Copies, Valuable 
Collectors' Books from Shakespeare to the Present Time, and 
Colored Plate Books. 

American Art Association-Anderson Galleries, Inc. 

S Nov. 24, 1931. Valuable Library of John Kherbach Bromley, 
containing Library Sets, First and Collected Editions; Colored 
Plate Books; Books illustrated by "Phiz," Leech, Cruikshank 
and Others. Stan. A'. Henkels, Jr. 

T Nov. 24, 1931. Library of Xorman Howard. Part I : His- 
torical and Literary Americana. Ritter-Hopson Galleries 

U Nov. 30, 1931. Fine Sets in Attractive Bindings from the 
Library of the Late George \V. Thompson, Cazcnovia. X.Y. ; 
with Other Properties from the Libraries of A. Lucllow 
Kramer, the Late Dr. William Cowan, and Eleanor B. W. 
Cowan, and Others. 

American Art Association-Anderson Galleries. Inc. 

V Dec. 1-2, 1931. Library of the Late Donald Robertson (with 
Additions) . . . First Editions, Fine Bindings, Incunabula, 
Sets, Theatrical Association Items, Fine Press Books, Rare 
Lincoln Items, Jeweled Bindings, and Fore-Kdge Books. 

Chicago Book & Art Auctions. Inc. 

W Dec. 3, 1931. Library and Autograph Collection of the Late 
Thomas B. Clarke. 

American Art Association- Anderson Galleries, Inc. 

X Dec. 7, 1931. Library of the Late Hon. Chauncey M. Dcpew, 
comprising Standard Sets and American Historical Auto- 
graphs. Plaza Art Galleries, Inc. 

Y Dec. 8, 1931. Collection of Valuable Hcxjks consigned by 
Mrs. Barbara Simpson . . . and for Other Accounts. 

Stan. V. Hcnkcls. Jr. 

Z Dec. 10, 1931. Sporting Brx>ks and Pictures from the Li- 
brary of Harry Worcester Smith, together with his Henry 
William Herbert (Frank Forester) Collection. 

Rittcr-I lopson Galleries 


A A Dec. 10, 1931. First Editions of American and English Au- 
thors. Newark Galleries, Inc. 

BB Dec. 15, 1931. Rare and Important Autographs. 

Chicago Book & Art Auctions, Inc. 

CC Dec. 15-16, 1931. Books from the Library of the Late David 
Belasco . . . with Additions. 

American Art Association-Anderson Galleries, Inc. 

DD Dec. 19, 1931. Library of the Late George H. Sargent. Part 
I : Rare Books and First Editions. Charles F. Heartman 

EE Dec. 19, 1931. Library of the Late George H. Sargent. Part 
II : the Eminent A. Edward Newton Collection. 

Charles F. Heartman 

FF Jan 5, 1932. Americana. Charles F. Heartman 

GG Jan. 12, 1933. Autograph Collection of W. Stilson Hutchins, 
Americana from the Library of Clyde C. Rickes, with addi- 
tional First Editions and Autographs. 

American Art Association-Anderson Galleries, Inc. 

HH Jan. 19, 1932. Historical Sale: Portraits and Autographs, 
Revolutionary and Other Letters. Stan. V. Henkels, Jr. 

II Jan. 19-20, 1932. Important Modern First Editions. 

Chicago Book & Art Auctions, Inc. 

JJ Jan. 27, 1932. American and English First Editions and 
Other Desirable Books . . . from the Collections of Charles 
T. Henry, Harry Worcester Smith, and Others. 

Ritter-Hopson Galleries 

KK Jan. 27, 1932. Part One: Xapoleonana . . . Property of a 
well known Napoleon Collector of New York City; Part 
Two: Americana. Frank J. Wilder 

LL Jan. 27-28, 1932. Illuminated Manuscripts, Incunabula, and 
Americana from the Famous Libraries of the Most Hon. the 
Marquess of Lothian. 

American Art Association-Anderson Galleries, Inc. 

MM Jan. 28, 1932. The "Olive Branch" Petition to King George 
III of England from the Second Continental Congress, signed 
by Forty-Six of its Members, the Property of George C. W. 
F'hvwilliam, D. L., J. P. 

American Art Association- Anderson Galleries, Inc. 

NN Feb. 9, 1932. Books, Autographs, Manuscripts from the Li- 
braries of Mrs. Frederick A. DePeyster, James M. Kennedy, 
and Others. 

American Art Association-Anderson Galleries, Inc. 

OO Feb. 9-10, 1932. Library of the Late Colonel Daniel French. 

Chicago Book & Art Auctions, Inc. 

PP Feb. 16, 1932. Americana, principally on the American 
Revolution. Ritter-Hopson Galleries 


QQ Feb. 22, 1932. Important Washingtoniana and Rare Amer- 
icana, Printed and in Manuscript, including the Fine Collec- 
tion formed by Foster Stearns . . . also Some First Editions. 

Charles F. Heartman 

RR Feb. 24, 1932. Selections from the Stock of William J. 
Campbell of Philadelphia: Americana, Genealogy, Miscel- 
laneous. Stan. V. Henkels, Jr. 

SS Feb. 25, 1932. Books & Literary Autographs, the Collection 
of William Montgomery Clemens ; also Selections from the Li- 
brary of the Late Dr. Archibald Mercer. 

Newark Galleries, Inc. 

TT Mar. 1-2, 1932. Selections from the Library of a Chicago 
Collector. Chicago' Book & Art Auctions, Inc. 

TTa Mar. 3, 1932. Finely Bound Books of Merit, Standard Sets 
of Noted Authors of Europe and America, Single Volumes 
from Master Binders, together with a Group of Framed Auto- 
graphs with Portraits formerly the Property of Dr. George F. 
Whitney . . . with Additions. National Art Galleries, Inc. 

UU Mar. 4, 1932. Americana ... the Property of Oscar Dane, 
Mrs. Anna E. Thompson, and Others. 

American Art Association-Anderson Galleries, Inc. 

VV Mar. 9, 1932. Selections from the Libraries of Two Long 
Island Collectors. 

American Art Association- Anderson Galleries, Inc. 

WW Mar. 10, 1932. Currier & Ives and Other American Prints 
. . . from the Collection of Rev. Vedder Van Dyck, with Ad- 
ditions. Ritter-Hopson Galleries 

XX Mar. 15-16, 1932. Selections from the Library of a Wisconsin 
Collector; with Additions. 

Chicago Book & Art Auctions, Inc. 

YY Mar. 24, 1932. First Editions, Americana and Autographs 
from the Collection of the Late Frederick A. C. Baker. 

Ritter-Hopson Galleries 

YYa Mar. 24, 1932. Finely Bound Miscellaneous Books and First 
Editions, comprising the Library of the Late Edward Dean 
Adams. National Art Galleries, Inc. 

ZZ Mar. 29, 1932. Library of an Ohio Collector, together with 
Washington Irving Manuscripts, Rare Sporting Books & 
Prints, and Additions, sold by Order of the Various Owners 
and Estates. 

American Art Association- Anderson Galleries, Inc. ' 

AB Mar. 31, 1932. Books, Letters and Manuscripts sold for the 
Account of Mr. Joseph H. Schwartz. Stan. V. Henkels, Jr. 

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BURY (Thomas Talbot). Coloured Views on the Liverpool and 

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BUSHELL (Stephen W.). See WALTERS (W. T.). 


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BUTTERFIELD (Consul W.). History of Brule's Discoveries 

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CALDECOTT (Randolph). Picture Book. Col. plates. London, 

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CALDERON DE LA BARCA (Pedro). [Two Dramas: "The 

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CALEPINO (Ambrogio). Dictionarium . . . adiectae sunt Lati- 
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CAMERON (D. Y.). See RINDER (Frank). 




CAMPANUS (Joannes Antonius). Opera. Venice, Bernardinus 

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CAMPBELL (William W.). Annals of Tryon County. Map 

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CAMPE (J. H.). See DEFOE (Daniel). 

CAMPION (Thomas). Works. Ed. by A. H. Bullen. London, 

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CANADA [Broadside]. Arrest du Conseil d'Etat du Roi, qui 

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Transactions of the Fleet under . . . Lord Howe. See O'BEIRNE 
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CANNING (Elizabeth). Collection of n cont. pamphlets relating 
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CAORSIN (Gulielmus). [The Siege of Rhodes. Trans, by Joha 
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CAREY (David). Life in Paris. 21 col. aquatint plates and 22 
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History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, called Frederick the 

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--Latter-Day Pamphlets. 8 parts. London, 1850. I2mo. 
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The Life of Friedrich Schiller. 1825; [also] The Life of 

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Past and Present. London, 1843. 8vo. 

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Tot Uytrecht, Ian Havick, 1649. Sm. 4to. 
Bds. FF(i66)$i6.oo. 

CORELLI (Marie). Ardath. 1890; [also] The Treasure of 
Heaven. 1906. London, 1890-1906. 2 vols., I2mo. 

Cl., in hf. mor. cases (corner torn from one leaf in first vol. ; presenta- 
tion copies). NN( 633) $28.00. 

VENS (Benjamin Franklin). 


ful Money, etc. See ROGERS AND FOWLE. 


Dramatic Criticism, Fashion, and Novelty. Ed. by N. P. Willis 
and T. O. Porter. Vol. I, Nos. 1-52, March 16, i839-March 7, 


CORSAIR Continued. 

1840. [Contains "A Lost Bear" and "A Week in the Wood- 
lands," by H. W. Herbert, also 10 contributions by Thackeray.] 
N.Y., 1839-40. Fol. 

M mor. (laid in is A. L. S. of Fred E. Pond). 2(283) $27.50. 

CORTES (Hernando or Fernando). Historia de Nueva-Espana. 

Frontis. 2 folding maps, and 32 plates ; one folding. En Mexico, 

1770. Sm. fol. 
Old cf. L (43) $20.00. 

CORTfiS (Martin). The Art of Navigation. Trans, by Richard 
Eden. And now newly Corrected ... by lohn Tap. Folding 
map and 24 woodcuts, 6 of which have one or more movable 
volvelles. London, B. A. and T. Fawcet for J. Tap, 1630. Sm. 

Sewed, in hf. mor. case (size 7x5^3 in.). LL( 131) $350.00. 

CORVO (Frederick, Baron). Chronicles of the House of 

Borgia. London, 1901. Large 8vo. 
Orig. buckram, g.t. Q(io6)$io.oo. 

CORY (William). See JOHNSON (William). 

CORYAT (Thomas). Coryats Crudities. Title and plates by 

William Hole. London, 1611. 4to. 
Cont. cf., in cl. case (back and corners repaired; one plate clipped at 

top, one mounted, corner torn from another). CC( 225) $120.00. 

COSTUME. Collection of 38 engraved plates, col. by hand, 
portraying Parisian fashions of the Empire. Paris, 1808-30. Sq. 

Cf., tooled. TTa(43)$9.oo. 

Costume of the Russian Empire. Over 70 col. plates. Lon- 
don, 1803. Large 4to. 
y mor. (worn and rubbed engraved title mended). MN(65)$ 

Costume of the Russian Empire. 72 col. plates. London, 1811. 

Mor., g.e. (rubbed, back cover loose). IJ( 192) $8.00. 

Costumes of the French Revolution [and] English Costumes 

during . . . 1795-1806. Drawn from the Collection of Victorien 
Sardou. Intro, by Clarence Cook. 65 etchings, by Guillaumot 
Fils, col. by hand. N.Y., 1889. 4to. 

Orig. cl., g.t., unc. (soiled; with "History of the British Costume," 
London, 1834; together 2 vols.). V(95)$n.oo. 

Galerie Royale de Costumes. 30 col. lithographs by Alophe, 

Janet, Lange, and Dollet. [Paris,] n.d. Roy. fol. 
G., g.e. (back rubbed, some plates stained). R(374)$2O.oo. 

125 col. lithographic plates by A. Deveria, representing cos- 
tumes of various historical periods. [Paris, n.d.] Large fol. 

Hf. mor., tooled, g.t. (rubbed, one plate torn; plates 1-121, only, 
are numbered; slight variations in sizes of plates and in im- 
prints) . R (416) $105.00. 

See also HORT (Lieut. -Col.), also MASON (G. H.), also 

SHAW (Henry), also WALKER (George). 


COTTON (Charles). The Compleat Gamester. Frontis. Lon- 
don, for Charle Brome, 1709. 24mo. 
Mor., inlaid, tooled, g.e. (stains). TT(96)$22.oo. 

Poems on Several Occasions. London, 1689. 8yo. 

Cf. (covers loose, back missing, some margins stained; Robert 
Southey copy, inscribed by him). L(2i4)$io.oo. 

COTTON (Pierre). The Hellish and horrible Councell, prac- 
tised and used by the Jesuites ... in answere of that impudent 
Pamphlet, published by Peter Cotton, which also is hereunto an- 
nexed. Trans, out of French. London, for T. Bfushell], 1610. 

Bds. (worn). CC(37)$n.oo. 


Country Gentleman. London, 1753. 2 vols., I2mo. 
Cf., tooled, g.e., by Riviere. VV (45) $7.50. 

COWAN (Robert E.). A Bibliography of the History of Cali- 
fornia and the Pacific West, 1510-1906. San Fran., 1914. 4to. 
Bds., unc., in case. YY(ii) $36.00. 

COWPER (William). Poems; [and] The Task. London, 1782- 

85. 2 vols., 8vo. 
Orig. bds., unc.; in lev. mor. case (Jerome Kern copy). O(8i) 

Cf., tooled, g.e., by Riviere (C. B. Foote copy). CC( 226) $40.00. 

See also HAYLEY (William). 

COX (Ross). Adventures on the Columbia River. London, 

1831. 2 vols., 8vo. 
Hf. cf. FF( 3 6)$3i.oo. 
Hf. cf. BC(i3)$39.oo. 

COXE (Daniel). A Description of the English Province of 

Carolina. Folding map. London, 1722. 8vo. 
Cont. cf. (binding poor, title and some leaves stained, name on title, 

writing on fly leaf and on few pp.). L (44) $47.50. 

A Description of the English Province of Carolina. Folding 

map. London, for Edward Symon, 1727. 8vo. 
Mor., by Wood. QQ( 119) $30.50. 

COXE (Peter). The Social Day. 32 plates. London, 1823. Roy. 

Lev. mor., g.t., by Pratt (Large paper). GH(53)$io.oo. 

CRABBE (George). The Borough. London, 1810. 8vo. 
Bds., unc. EF( 327) $21.00. 

Tales of the Hall. London, 1819. 2 vols., 8vo. 

Orig. bds., unc.; in cl. case (joints cracked, backstrip worn, label 
chipped, portion of one fly leaf cut off). EF( 328) $22.00. 

CRAIK (Dinah M. M.). John Halifax, Gentleman. London, 

1856. 3 vols., I2mo. 
Cl., unc. ; in hf. mor. case (recased, backs and few margins repaired ; 

each vol. with advertisements). EF( 329) $70.00. 


CRAMER (Zadok). The Navigator . . . Maps . . . Ninth Edi- 
tion. Pittsburgh, 1817. I2mo. 
Yi leath. (back scuffed, foxed, label and name in ink). E(83)$io.oo. 

CRANE (Stephen). The Black Riders and Other Lines. Bos- 
ton, 1895. i6mo. 

Pictorial bds. YY (39) $32.50. 

Orig. parchment bds., unc. and unopened (on Japan paper). EF(33i) 

Orig. bds., unc. (lacks blank at front). EF(332)$n.oo. 

The Little Regiment. N.Y., 1896. i2mo. 

Cl., unc. (back cover water- stained ; first page of advertisements is 
headed by Edward Eggleston's "The Beginners of a Nation"; 
inscribed, on end paper, to J. G. Widrig; another inscription of 
author, in pencil, on dust jacket). R (418) $70.00. 

Gray paper, unc.; in hf. mor. case (advance copy). EF(334)$22.5O. 

Maggie, a Girl of the Streets. (A Story of New York.) By 

Johnston Smith. [N.Y., privately printed, 1893.] 12 mo. 
Orig. paper, unc. and unopened (2 breaks in back wrapper mended). 

H (41) $550.oo. 
Orig. paper, unc. (back rounded from later binding, with remains of 

leather backstrip; front wrapper frayed; presentation copy, to 

L. S. Linson; Crane's name below pseud., on cover in hand of 

recipient) . R (417) $230.00. 
Orig. paper, unc. (front wrapper mended and frayed, several leaves 

torn in opening; inscribed bv Wm. H. Crane to Cortlandt St. 

John). NN (64) $85.00. 
Orig. paper, unc.; in mor. case (wrappers defective, title in ink on 

backstrip; title-page has been repaired and has had piece torn 

from upper corner). EF( 330) $90.00. 

Maggie, a Girl of the Streets. By Stephen Crane. N.Y., 1896. 


Orig. cl., unc. N(84)$i3.oo. 
Q., unc.; in hf. mor. case. 0(83) $20.00. 
Cl., unc. (has n-line title). R(4i9)$i5-OO. 
Orig. cl., top edges yellow, unc. JJ (86) $16.00. 
Orig. cl., unc. (has n-line title). SS (20) $13.00. 
Cl., unc.; in hf. mor. case (has n-line title). EF( 335) $15.00. 

The Red Badge of Courage. N.Y., 1895. I2mo. 

Q. (Second issue, with broken type on page 225). M (72) $32.50. 

Cl., unc.; in hf. mor. case (First issue, with perfect type in word 
"congratulated" on page 225). O(82)$245.oo. 

CL, g.t., unc.; in hf. mor. case (First issue). R( 257) $275.00. 

Q., top edges yellow (First issue). JJ (85) $125.00. 

Q. (First issue, C. E. Cartwright- Carolyn Wells copy, end paper in- 
scribed by Hamlin Garland "Rec'd in MS. in New York 1891-2"). 

Orig. cl. (Second issue). MN (72) $21.00. 

The Red Badge of Courage. N.Y., 1896. I2mo. 

Cl., unc. (title signed, inserted is typed N.S., clipping pasted down on 
end paper). EF( 336) $22.50. 

The Third Violet. N.Y., 1897- i2mo. 

Cl., unc. NO(Q2)$7.50. 


CRANE (Stephen) Continued. 

The Third Violet. London, 1897. i2mo. 

Cl., unc. (inscribed by the author to Mr. Harris, inscribed by Mrs. 

Crane also, author's visiting card pasted inside cover). EF(337) 


War Is Kind. Drawings by Will Bradley. N.Y., 1899. 8vo. 

Bds., unc. JJ (87) $10.00. 

Works. Ed. by Wilson Follett. N.Y. [1926]. 12 vols., I2mo. 

Orig. cl., unc. and unopened; boxed. K (91) $30.00. 


CRASHAW (Richard). Complete Works. [London,] 1872. 2 

vols., I2mo. 
Cl. (inscribed to W. T. Watts-Dunton, also John Drinkwater copy). 

EF( 1029) $7.50. 

CRAWLEY (Ernest). The Mystic Rose. London, 1902. 8vo. 
Orig. cl., unopened. TT (97) $8.00. 

CRfiBILLON FILS. Collection Complete de Ses CEuvres. 

Londres, 1777. 7 vols., I2mo. 

Cont. cf., in cl. folders (worn, backstrips and hinges cracked; 14 vols. 
in 7; second vol. inscribed by James Bos well). EF(93)$n.oo. 


CR3VIER (J. B. L.). Tome Treizieme [of his continuation of] 
Histoire Romaine depuis la Fondation de Rome, jusqu'a la Bataille 
d'Actium, by Charles Rollin. Amsterdam, 1747. I2mo. 

Old cf., tooled with Napoleonic eagle (stamp on title; copy owned, 
successively, by Letitia Bonaparte and her daughter, Caroline, 
Queen of Italy; with additions of sums in Napoleon's hand on 3 
margins and on blank at end and an attestation of their genuine- 
ness on blank at front, signed by Laetitia, daughter of Caroline). 
CC( 139) $37-50. 

CRIES OF LONDON. The New Cries of London; or, Itiner- 
ant Trades of the British Metropolis. Engravings. London, 1823. 

Cf., by Cecil and Larkins (Edward Arnold copy). JJ( 197) $10.00. 

CRISIS (The). N.Y., John Anderson [1775]. 8vo. 

Nos. I-XIII and XV; I-VI in one vol., cl.; VII-XIII and XV, 8 

vols., bds. ; together 14 nos. in 9 vols. (stamps and foxings). GG 

(96) $10.00. 
Nos. I-XXVIII, unbound (one margin repaired). OP (119) $40.00. 

The Crisis. No. I. Pp. 1-8. New-London, T. Green; Nos. II- 

V. Pp. 9-40. Norwich, Re-printed by Judah P. Spooner. New 
London and Norwich [1775]. 5 nos., 121110. 

Hf. roan (covers damaged, stained ; margins of first no. are cut into 
text). L (8) $17.50. 

CROCKETT (Samuel R.). The Stickit Minister. Prefatory 
Poem by R. L. Stevenson. Signed, on Large paper. London, 
1894. Roy. 8vo. 

CL, g.t., unc. GH (274) $27.50. 


CROWLEY (Aleister). Confessions. London, 1929. 2 vols., 4to. 

Buckram, g.t. (laid in are 2 copies of "Hymn to Pan" [broadside]). 
CD (93) $9.00. 

C^OWNINSHIELD (Francis B.). The Story of George 
Crowninshield's Yacht, "Cleopatra's Barge," on a Voyage of Pleas- 
ure to the Western Islands and the Mediterranean, 1816-1817. 
Boston, Merry mount Press, 1913. 4to. 

Cl. DE(55)$30.oo. 


CRUIKSHANK (George). The Bachelor's Own Book, being 
the Progress of Mr. Lambkin in the Persuit of Pleasure and 
Amusememt, etc. 12 plates. First issue, with 2 (above) misspell- 
ings in title. London, 1844. Obi. 8vo. 

Hf. mor. (title, fly leaf, and wrapper stained; front orig. wrapper 
bound in; inscribed to R. H. Barham). EF( 340) $42.50. 

Lev. mor., tooled, g.t., by Riviere (orig. wrappers bound in; soiled 
and rubbed). GH(62)$ 

The Comic Almanack. London, 1835-53. J 9 vols., I2mo. 

1835-1838 only, 4 issues in one vol., cl. (presentation copy, to Wil- 
liam Berlines; bookplate). V(98)$ 

1835-47 only, bound in 3 vols., ^ cf. (rubbed and shaken). 00(707) 

Cf., tooled, g.e., by Bedford (19 vols. in 5). TTa (48) $57.50. 

1835-1842 only; 8 vols. in 2; rnor., tooled, g.t., unc., by Taffin. TTa 
(49) $25.00. 

Orig. bds. and cl., as issued (few bindings defective and broken, name 
on 3 wrappers, leaf of advertisement pasted down inside back 
wrapper; issue for 1835 has 4 pp. advertisements, 1836 has 20; 
slip in 1844 is gray; 1847 lacks advertisements and design on 
covers is red). ZZ (71) $42.50. 

Lev. mor., tooled, g.t., unc., by Stikeman (occasional repairs, some 
plates foxed, vol. for 1849 lacks one plate, orig. wrappers and cl. 
covers bound in). GH( 60) $40.00. 

A Discovery Concerning Ghosts. Second Edition. London, 

1864. 8vo. 
New paper (presentation copy). O(85)$i7.5o. 

The Fairy Library. Etchings. London [1853-64]. 4 vols., 

Lev. mor. in blue, green, red, and tan, respectively, by Riviere (orig. 

wrappers bound in). GH( 65) $35.00. 

George Qruikshank's Omnibus. Ed. by Laman Blanchard. 22 

engravings on steel (19 by Cruikshank) and 78 woodcuts by him. 
London, 1842. 8vo. 

Mor., tooled, g.t., by Riviere (orig. covers bound in). U(68)$32.5O. 

Cf., g.e. AA (35) $15.00. 

Green cl., in hf. mor. case (First binding in green; rubbed and foxed ; 
bound in are orig. wrapper of part VIII, 4 pp. advertisements, 
cancel-leaf for pp. 199-200, and a 1 6-page booklet, advertising pub- 
lications of Tilt and Bogue; J. C. Frampton May copy). NN 
(66) $15.00. 

9 orig. parts, unc.; in cl. case (backs defective, name on 8 front 
wrappers ; paper of advertisement leaf at end of No. I is pink ; 
advertisement inside front wrapper of No. IX reads "Commis- 


CRUIKSHANK (George) Continued. 

sioner Lin and his Consort," and not as that of No. VI). ZZ 

(70) $25.00. 
Lev. mor., tooled, g.t., unc., by Riviere (end leaves rehinged, few 

plates rubbed; orig. covers bound in). GH(6i)$i5.oo. 
George Cruikshank's Table-Book. Ed. by Gilbert Abbott 

A'Beckett. 12 etched plates and 116 woodcuts and glyphographs 

by George Cruikshank. London, 1845. 8yo. 
Lev. mor., tooled, g.t. (frontis. and title rehinged, marginal defect 

in one plate, one leaf torn, orig. covers bound in). GH (63) $18.00. 
Illustrations of Smollett, Fielding, and Goldsmith. 41 plates 

in 2 states, plain and col. London, 1832. I2mo. 
Lev. mor., tooled, g.e., by Riviere (few repairs, some plates rubbed). 

GH( 58) $12.50. 
Illustrations of Time. Being a series of 6 etched plates, col. 

by hand and etched title. London, 1827. Obi. fol. 
Orig. paper, unc. (plate paper is watermarked "1826"). TTa(47) 

My Sketch Book. 25 plates, including title. Vol. I. London, 

Tilt, 1834. Obi. 4to. 

Hf. lev. mor., g.e., by Birdsall (orig. cover bound in). X(45b) $14.00. 
My Sketch Book. Title and 36 plates in color. London [1834- 

36]. Obi. 4to. 
9 orig. parts, in lev. mor. case (some backs cracked; some plates 

stained, name on 2 covers; second plate in part V is in second 

state, with "gold" correctly lettered). GH(5g)$5o.oo. 
My Sketch Book. Title and 36 plates, in color. London, n.d. 

Obi. 8vo. 

Mor., g.t., by Riviere. R(387)$i5.oo. 

Points of Humour. Both Parts. 20 col. etchings and 20 wood- 
cuts. London, 1823-24. 8vo. 
Lev. mor., g.t., by Tout (some pp. foxed, lacks all advertising and 

preliminary matter except the leaf following preface in Part II; 

Second issues; laid in is A. L. S.). R(386)$2o.oo. 
Lev. mor., tooled, g.e., by Tout (lacks all advertisements but those 

on leaf following preface of Part II ; II is First issue, with words 

"and did" ending last line on page 5). GH (55) $20.00. 

Etchings to the Comic Almanacks, 1835-1853. India proof 

impressions, separate plates. London, Pickering and Chatto, n.d. 

C (92) $29.00. 

See also COLLIER (John), also ENGLISHMAN'S MEN- 
TOR, also HUGO (Victor), also MOGRIDGE (George), also 

CRUIKSHANK (Isaac Robert). The Commercial Tourist. 5 

col. aquatint plates. London, 1822. 8vo. 
Lev. mor., tooled, g.t., unc., by Riviere (few leaves repaired at inner 

margin or rehinged, orig. wrappers bound in). GH (68) $10.00. 

Lessons of Thrift. Title and 12 plates, all in color. London, 

1820. 8vo. 
Lev. mor., tooled, g.t., unc., by Stikeman (writing on verso of frontis.). 

ZZ( 72) $40.00. 


CUFFEE (Paul). Narrative of [his] Life and Adventures. 

Vernon, [N.Y.,] 1839. 8vo. 
Orig. paper. NO (93) $10.00. 

CULPEPER (Nicholas). A Directory for Mid wives; or, a 

Guide for Women. London, 1681. I2mo. 
Orig. cf. UU(28)$io.oo. 

CULVER (Henry B.). The Book of Old Ships. Illus. by Gor- 
don Grant. Garden City, 1924. 4to. 
Orig. bds., g.t., unopened (one plate signed by artist). V (395) $10.50. 

Contemporary Scale Models of Vessels of the Seventeenth 

Century. N.Y., 1926. Fol. 
Bds., unc. NO (94) $15.00. 

CUMBERLAND (John). Cumberland's British Theatre. Col. 
illustrations by R. Cruikshank. London [1829]. 9 vols., I2mo. 
Hf. cf. Y(i53)$i2.oo. 

CUNNINGHAM (Peter). The Story of Nell Gwyn. Illustrated. 

London, 1852. I2mo. 

Mor., tooled, g.t., by Riviere (orig. covers bound in). NN(68)$n.oo. 
Cf., tooled, g.t., unc., by Riviere (bound in are orig. covers, also 

several extra portraits). TTa (51) $17.50. 

CURRIE (William). A Treatise on the Lawfulness of De- 
fensive War. Phila., B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1748. 8vo. 
Orig. stitching, unc. G (31) $46.00. 

CURRIER & IVES. Currier & Ives: a Manuel for Collectors, 

an alphabetical catalogue of all known prints by C. Currier, N. 
Currier, and Currier & Ives, with auction prices, etc. Comp. by 
Jane Cooper Bland. 24 plates in color and black and white. 
Garden City [1931]. 4to. 
Cl. M( 18)13.00. 

An Alphabetical List of 5735 Titles of N. Currier and Cur- 
rier & Ives Prints. Comp. by F. A. and M. B. Conningham. 
Privately Printed by F. A. and M. B. Conningham, N.Y., 1930. 

CL H(35)$9.oo. 

See also PETERS (Fred J.), also PETERS (Harry T.). 

CURTIS (George W.). Prue and I. N.Y., 1856. 8vo. 
Orig. cl., unc. X (47) $8.00. 

CURTIS (William). The Botanical Magazine; or, Flower- 
Garden Displayed. Col. plates. Vol. I. [Continued after 1800 
as "Curtis's Botanical Magazine."] London, 1790. 8vo. 

Old cf. (autograph of Charles Cotesworth Pinckney on title). DD 
(49) $n.oo. 

CUST (Robert H. H.). See CELLINI (Benvenuto). 

CUSTER (George A.). See INDIANS. 

CUTLER (B. D.) and STILES (Villa). Modern British. Au- 
thors, their First Editions. N.Y. [1930]. 8vo. 
Cl., g.t. XX( 2 ;8)$9.50. 

D'ABRANT&S (Madame Junot, Duchesse). See ABR ANTES. 



COURT (J. B. L.). 

DAGLEY (Richard). Takings; or, the Life of a Collegian. 

26 col. plates by the author. London, 1821. 8vo. 
Cf., tooled, g.t., by Root (with his "Death's Doings," 1826; together 

2 vols.). R(258)$30.oo. 
Orig. bds., unc. (corners worn). VV (52) $17.50. 

DALCHO (Frederick). An Historical Account of the Protes- 
tant Episcopal Church in South- Carolina. Charleston, 1820. 8vo. 
Orig. cf. (worn). QQ(85)$ 

DALE (Harrison C.). The Ashley-Smith Explorations and Dis- 
covery of a Central Route to the Pacific, 1822-29. With the 
original journals, ed. by Harrison C. Dale. Maps, one in color, 
and illustrations. Cleveland, 1918. 8vo. 

Cl., g.t., unc. A (284) $42.50. 

DALLY (Joseph W.). Woodbridge and Vicinity. New Bruns- 
wick, N.J., 1873. 8vo. 
Cl. T(i62)$i8.oo. 

D ALTON (J.). The Gentleman in Black. Plates by G. Cruik- 

shank. London, 1831. I2mo. 
Cf., tooled, g.e. on rough, by Zaehnsdorf. 8(83) $9.00. 

DALY (Augustin). A Portfolio of Players, with a Packet of 
Notes Thereon, by H. C. Bunner and others. Portraits. N.Y., 
1888. Fol. 

Hf. silk, g.t., unc. (inscribed by Daly, portraits signed by Ada Rehan). 
X( 69) $20.00. 

DAMPIER (William). A New Voyage round the World, etc. 

Maps. London, 1717. 3 vols., I2mo. 
Cf., inlaid, g.e. (pp. stained). 00(1049) $14.50. 

Voyages. Ed. by J. Masefield. Plates. London, 1906. 2 vols., 

Cl., g.t., unc. A (290) $10.00. 

DANA (Richard Henry). The Idle Man. Vol. I, Nos. 1-4, and 

Vol. II, No. i. N.Y., 1821-22. 8vo. 
Sewed (edges frayed). N(9i)$7.5o. 

DANA (Richard Henry, jr.). Oration at Lexington, April 19, 

1875. Boston, 1875. 8vo. 
Orig. paper, in cl. case (inscribed to Miss Meredith). AA(38)$20.oo. 

Two Years before the Mast. N.Y., 1840. i6mo. 

Orig. white printed cl., in cl. case (tear in back fly leaf, name on front 
fly leaf; Second issue, 121 titles in list of "Harper's Family Li- 
brary*' printed on back cover). R(i6o) $95.00. 

Black cl. (washed and recased). AA(37)$6o.oo. 

Orig. tan cl. (repaired with black thread, pencil inscription by the 
author almost obliterated). QQ( 121) $50.50. 

White printed cl. (worn, lacks backstrip, foxed). YY(4i)$25.oo. 

White printed cl., in hf. mor. case (back tightened, end paper at back 
supplied, corner torn from end paper; First issue, 105 titles only 
in list of "Harper's Family Library" on back cover). ZZ(73) 


DANA (Richard Henry, jr.) Continued. 

Grey rough cl. (binding repaired, new backstrip with orig. label, 

new end papers, old fly leaves). MN (76) $41.00. 
Orig. black cl., in cl. folder and hf. mor. case (rubbed). OP (21) 


Two Years Before the Mast. Boston, 1879. I2mo. 

CL, in hf. mor. case (inscribed to William W. Story, rubber stamp 
of Waldo Story on leaf of Preface). O (86) $85.00. 

Two Years Before the Mast. Illustrations, some hand- 
colored. Large Paper Edition. Boston, 1911. 2 vols., 8vo. 
Bds., unc. NO(95)$ 

Two Years Before the Mast. Illustrations by Edw. A. Wilson. 

Chic., 1930. 8vo. 

Orig. cl., unc. and unopened. K( 269) $26.00. 
Orig. cl., unc. and unopened. (214) $14.00. 

DANCER (Thomas). A Brief History of the Late Expedition 

against Fort San Juan, so far as it relates to the Diseases of the 
Troops, etc. Kingston (Jamaica), Douglas, Aikman, etc., 1781. 
New hf. cf. FF (38) $72.50. 

DANIEL (Samuel). The Civile Warres betweene the Howses 

of Lancaster and Yorke. Title, with portrait. London, 1609. 
Cf. (upper and lower margins of title supplied). NN(69)$i2.oo. 

DANIEL (William B.). Rural Sports. Plates by John Scott. 

London, 1805-13. 4 vols., 4to. 
Lev. mor., g.e., by De Coverly. AA (40) $25.00. 

DANTE. Divina Commedia; col comento di Christophoro Lan- 

dino. Ed. by Petrus de Figino. 320 leaves (should be 324). 

Woodcuts. Venice, Petrus de Plasiis, 1470 [1491]. (Hain 

Hf. cf. (lacks 4 leaves of signature AA and 3 woodcuts; 2 leaves 

misbound, 5 reinforced, some stained; first page mounted). IJ 

(294) $75-00. 

La Divina Commedia. Engravings. Bologna, 1819-21. 3 vols., 

Hf. cf. (rubbed, foxed). IJ(4i5)$7.5<>. 

DARBY (William). The Emigrant's Guide to the Western and 
Southwestern States and Territories. Map. N.Y., 1818. 8vo. 
# cf., g.t. TT(io8)$8.oo. 

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publisher's imprint. Altogether, in above case, 10 vols., name in 
3, inscription in 4). ZZ(i 08) $1,000.00. 

Mor., tooled, g.e., by Riviere (orig. covers bound in, green end papers 
of Christmas Carol preserved; Battle of Life is Eckel's Fourth 
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Cl., g.e. ; in 5 mor. cases (names on all but one end paper, some pp. 
of second vol. foxed, last vol. shaken; Battle of Life is Eckel's 
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DICKENS (Charles) Continued. 

A Christmas Carol. Illustrations by John Leech in color and 

in black and white. London, 1843. i6mo. 
Orig. cl., g.e. (First issue, with red and blue title, "Stave I," and 

green end papers). NO ( 100) $240.00. 

A Christmas Carol. Illustrations, some in color, by John Leech, 

lithographed by Duvall. Phila., 1844. i6mo. 
Orig. cl. (stained). H(46)$8.oo. 
Orig. cl. NO (101) $20.00. 

A Christmas Carol. Illus. by C. E. Brock. London, recent. 

Lev. mor., tooled, inlaid, g.e., by Riviere; in cl. case. TTa(63)$i7-5O. 

The Personal History of David Copperfield. With Illustra- 
tions by H. K. Browne. First Edition ; First issue, with engraved 
title correctly dated "1850." London, 1849-50. 8vo. 

Mor., tooled, g.t., by Zaehnsdorf (bound from orig. parts, with front 
wrappers preserved; F. R. Halsey copy). U( 84) $70.00. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc. (some wrappers defective, back of Part I 
missing, few plates foxed). CC( 232) $60.00. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc.; in 2 mor. cases (several backs chipped, 
names on several wrappers). GH( 87) $85.00. 

The Personal History of David Copperfield. With Illustra- 
tions by H. K. Browne. London, 1850. 8vo. 

Orig. cl. (binding rubbed, faded, stained, mended; new end papers). 
MN(8i) $20.00. 

Dombey and Son. With Illustrations by H. K. Browne. 

London, 1846-48. 8vo. 

y lev. mor., g.e. (bound from the parts). X (60) $20.00. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc. (some backs frayed and defective, 2 lack- 
ing; burn in one margin). CC( 231) $20.00. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc.; in 2 mor. cases (wrappers rebacked). GH 

Dombey and Son. With Illustrations by H. K. Browne. 

London, 1848. 8vo. 
Cf., g.e., by Broca; in bd. case (has fa'0-line errata, name erased with 

acid from engraved title). F(6i)$io.oo. 

Cf., tooled (rubbed, hinge cracked, few stains). CC (42) $20.00. 
Cf., tooled, g.e., by Riviere; in cl. case. TTa( 59) $15.00. 

[Pamphlet.] Extraordinary Gazette. Speech of His Mighti- 
ness on Opening the Second Number of Bentley's Miscellany. 
Edited by "Boz." Vignette by H. K. Browne. [London, 1837.] 

Sewed, as issued; in hf. mor. case (with a copy of "The Dickensian," 
Vol. XXVI, No. 213, containing an article describing the "Extraor- 
dinary Gazette," and distinguishing between its 2 issues). EF 
(364) $75-00. 

Great Expectations. London, 1861. 3 vols., 8vo. 

Cf., g.t., unc., by Riviere (third edition of Vols. I and III, second of 

Vol. II; Robert Hoe copy). F(64)$g.oo. 
Cl., unc. ; in lev. mor. case (dedication-leaf in Vol. I inserted, Daoust 

copy). ZZ( 1 12) $550.00. 


DICKENS (Charles) Continued. 

Purple cl., in 3 mor. cases (worn and shaken, library labels on front 
covers, names on end papers; Vol. Ill lacks advertisements). 
GH (94) $15.00. 

Orig. purple cl., glazed yellow end papers, unc. ; each vol. in wrap- 
per and 24 mor. case. NO (103) $275.00. 

Hard Times. London, 1854. I2mo. 

Cl., in mor. case. GH(9i)$ 

4 pamphlets issued by "The Hospital for Sick Children/' 

the first 2 containing contributions by Dickens : ( i ) "Drooping 
Buds" fby Henry Morley, including paragraph by Dickens] from 
"Household Words," April, 1852; and "Between the Cradle and 
the Grave," from "All the Year Round," Feb., 1862. London, 
1872. 24mo; (2) Extract from Chapter IX of "Our Mutual 
Friend." n.p., n.d. 241110.; (3) "The Hospital for Sick Chil- 
dren," by "Gwynfryn," reprinted from "Aunt Judy's Magazine," 
Jan. 1868. n.d. 32mo; (4) "Speech of ... Lord Houghton, on 
Behalf of the Hospital," Feb. 3, 1875. n.d. 321110. London, 1872- 
75. 24mo and 321110. 

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1859-67. The 18 Christmas Nos. London, 1850-67. 18 yols., 8vo. 
Sewed and in orig. wrappers, as issued ; in mor. case (tears in several 
wrappers). GH (88) $17.50. 

John Jasper's Secret. See MORFORD (Henry). 

Letters. London, 1880-82. 3 vols., 8vo. 

Cl., in 3 mor. cases. GH(ioo) $13.00. 

Little Dorrit. With Illustrations by H. K. Browne. Lon- 
don, 1855-57. 8vo. 

$4 mor., g.t. (bound from parts). X(62)$i2.5o. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, in cl. folder and Y mor. case (name on 2 parts, 
some wrappers repaired, few advertisements lacking). 11(134) 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc.; in cl. case. ZZ(iio) $75.00. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc.; in cl. case (some parts rebacked). YYa 
( 57) $50-00. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc.; in hf. mor. case (backs chipped, corner 
torn from one wrapper, plates foxed). EF( 371) $25.00. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc.; in 2 mor. cases (wrappers rebacked). GH 
(92) $30.00. 

20 in 19 orig. parts; in hf. mor. case (wrappers rebacked). KL(47) 

Little Dorrit. With Illustrations by Hablot K. Browne. 

London, 1857. 8vo. 

3/4 lev. mor., g.e. TTa(6i) $13.00. 

Cf., tooled, g.e., by Riviere (lacks slip correcting misprint of "Rigaud" 
for name "Blandois" in Chapter XVII, Book II). DE(6i)$9.oo. 

The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. With Illus- 
trations by Phiz. First issue, with sign on title reading "100 " 
London, 1843-44. 8vo. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, in hf. mor. case (some parts rebacked, case rubbed, 
Daoust copy). ZZ(io7)$iio.oo. 


DICKENS (Charles) Continued. 

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The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. With il- 
lustrations by Phiz. London, 1844. 8vo. 
Cl. (rubbed and shaken, bookplate). TT( 123) $16.00. 

Master Humphrey's Clock. With Illustrations by George 

Cattermole and Hablot Browne. London, 1840-41. 8vo. 

88 orig. weekly parts, in hf. mor. case (case damaged, laid in is 
prospectus of this issue, "New Work by 'Boz,' in Weekly Num- 
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88 orig. weekly parts, in hf. mor. case (3 parts rebacked with tape, 
last wrapper frayed). EF( 367) $90.00. 

88 orig. weekly parts, unc.; in 2 mor. cases (some wrappers frayed 
and soiled, some loose, some with altered numerals, names on sev- 
eral wrappers)." GH (79) $55.00. 

Master Humphrey's Clock. With Illustrations by George 

Cattermole and Hablot Browne. London, 1840-41. 8vo. 
Hf. mor., unc. (bound from the monthly parts with an orig. wrapper 

at front). X(58)$I7.50. 
20 orig. monthly parts, unc. (wrappers frayed, loose, or defective, name 

on 6, Part I lacks back wrapper). CC( 230) $37.50. 

Master Humphrey's Clock. With Illustrations by George 

Cattermole and Hablot Browne. London, 1840-41. 3 vols., 8vo. 

Hf. mor., tooled, g.t. (orig. covers bound in, marginal tear in one 
frontis. repaired). NN(73)$i2.oo. 

Cf., tooled, g.e., by Riviere. TTa( 56) $25.00. 

Cl., in hf. mor. case (new end papers, text foxed; Preface precedes 
Dedication ) . V V ( 57) $12.50. 

Orig. cl. YYa(52)$i2.oo. 

Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi. Edited by "Boz." With Il- 
lustrations by George Cruikshank. Portrait after Raven. Lon- 
don, 1838. 2 vols., 8vo. 

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with final plate, The Last Song, without border; inserted is 
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Pink cl., unc. (backs faded, pp. foxed; First issue; R. A. Tatton 
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Second issue, second (brown) -binding and final plate in second 
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Mrs. Joseph Porter, "Over the Way." [In "Waldie's Select 

Circulating Library," Part II, No. 9, Aug. 26, 1834.] Phila., 
1834. 4to. 

Orig. paper, in hf. mor. case. EF (360) $25.00. 

The Mystery of Edwin Drood. With Twelve Illustrations 

by S. L. Fildes and a Portrait. London, 1870. 8vo. 
6 orig. parts, unc.; in hf. mor. case (backstrips repaired). 0(98) 

6 orig. parts, unc.; in cl. case. R (364) $20.00. 


DICKENS (Charles) Continued. 

y$ lev. mor., g.e. (bound from the parts). X (64) $17.50. 

6 orig. parts, unc. ; in cl. case (some backs repaired). ZZ(ii4) 

6 orig. parts, unc.; in hf. mor. case (wrappers frayed). EF(372) 

6 orig. parts, in mor. case (wrappers frayed and chipped). GH(97) 


The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. With Illus- 
trations by Phiz. London, 1838-39. 8vo. 

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vertisements bound at back). V(iO9)$i8.oo. 

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and plate in Part XV in first state, with the longer caption, "Nich- 
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Part VIII has the corrected caption). ZZ( 105) $140.00. 

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chipped, names on several, some rebacked ; plates in Parts I, VIII, 
and XV are in the later states and misprint on page 123 has been 
replaced by correct word "sister"). GH(77)$4O.oo. 

Oliver Twist; or, the Parish Boy's Progress. Illus. by G. 

Cruikshank. London, 1838. 3 vols., I2mo. 
Cl., in hf. mor. case (bindings rubbed and faded, labels removed from 

inside front covers; First issue, with the "Fireside" plate; the 

list of illustrations is present). O(94)$iio.oo. 
Orig. cl., unc. (First issue, with the "Fireside" plate). JJ(i2i) 


Cf., g.t, unc., by Birdsall. YYa (49) $45.00. 
Cl., unc. (worn and shaken, Vols. I and III with new end papers, plates 

foxed, ink-marks in text; First issue, with "Fireside" plate; list 

of illustrations is present). ZZ( 104) $40.00. 

The Adventures of Oliver Twist; or, the Parish Boy's 

Progress. With twenty-four illustrations on Steel by George 

Cruikshank. London, 1846. 8vo. 
Mor., g.t. TT( 126) $20.00. 
10 orig. parts, unc.; in hf. mor. case (backs repaired; Daoust copy; 

name, Edward Wood, on wrapper of Part I). ZZ( 109) $450.00. 
10 orig. parts, unc.; in lev. mor. covers (one part rebacked, others 

chipped or repaired; some foxing). GH (84) $410.00. 

Our Mutual Friend. With Illustrations by Marcus Stone. 

London, 1864-65. 8vo. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc. ; in cl. case (few wrappers soiled and frayed, 
backs restored, few other repairs; Part I contains the explana- 
tory slip "To the Reader"). R(i66)$ 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc. (some wrappers frayed, marginal tear in one 
plate; Part I has slip, "To the Reader," but XII is without 
advertisement, "The People's Pickwick"). CC(234)$ 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc.; in hf. mor. case (front wrapper of first 
part and back wrapper of last part defective; Part I has slip 
"To the Reader"). JJCi 26) $39.00. 


DICKENS (Charles) Continued. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc., loosely stitched between bd. covers; in hf. 

mor. case (explanatory slip is present). VV (58) $32.50. 
20 in 19 orig. parts, unc. ; in cl. case (several wrappers repaired, one 

has margin supplied; Part I has explanatory slip). ZZ(ii3) 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc.; in 2 mor. cases (wrappers frayed and 

chipped, some rebacked; Part I contains explanatory slip). GH 

(96) $30.00. 
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parts, and with both titles; specimens of the orig. wrappers 

bound in). KL( 48) $22.50. 

Mutual Friend. With Illustrations by Marcus Stone. 
London, 1865. 8vo. 

Hf. cf., g.t., by Bayntun. X(63)$is.oo. 
34 lev. mor., tooled, g.e. TTa( 62) $25.00. 

The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. With Forty- 
Three Illustrations by R. Seymour and Phiz. London, 1836-37. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc.; in mor. case (some wrappers repaired, 
names on 4; wrappers on Parts II, X, XV, and XVII are dated 
1837; 9 plates have points of First issue, but those in Part III 
have been re-etched by Browne; Parts XVII, XVIII, and XIX- 
XX have the publishers' addresses, but XV only has author's ad- 
dress; Parts XI, XIII, XIV, XV, XVII, XVIII, and XIX-XX 
have a no. of advertisements). R( 163) $220.00. 

The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. With Forty- 
Three Illustrations by R. Seymour and Phiz. London, 1837. 8vo. 

Cf., tooled, g.e. (with the Buss plates, the engraved title, frontis., and 
some other plates in first states). 0(92) $45.00. 

2 vols., lev. mor., tooled, g.e., by Riviere (described in catalogue as 
follows : First issue of text and plates throughout and with hith- 
erto undespribed printed title for Vol. II, followed by address 
beginning "Ten months have now elapsed," text, in earliest state, 
with every typographical peculiarity noted by G. \V. Davis in his 
"The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club: Some New 
Bibliographical Discoveries," London, 1928, including earliest set- 
ting of Part II and page 25 in its earliest state without signature 
mark "E" ; plates in first states, accompanied by every important 
and recognized variant: plates 1-4 in all 3 states, 5-7 in both states, 
8-9 (those engraved by Buss) present, with both states of the 2 
Phiz plates which replaced them, 10-15 and 17-18 in both states, 
16 in all 3 states, 22-25 and 28-43 in all 3 states, and 26 and 27 
in the complete series of 5 states (see Davis page 19), as follows: 
Plate 26, "The Valentine": d) no newspapers, no page no., (2) 
without newspapers, but with page no., (3) newspapers on floor, 
no page no., (4) newspapers on floor, with page no., (5) news- 
papers on floor, no page no., but with caption; Plate 27, "The 
Trial": (i) no silk hat, no page no., (2) no silk hat, but with 
. page no., (3) with silk hat, but no page no., (4) with silk hat 
and page no., (5) with silk hat, no page no., but with caption). 

R (363) $450.00. 

Lev. mor., tooled, inlaid, miniature on ivory set in front doublure, 


DICKENS (Charles) Continued. 

by Sangorski; in cl. case (plates are largely in their later states). 
U (80) $110.00. 

Lev. mor., tooled, by Riviere (one vol. bound in 2 ; text in early state, 
plates throughout in 2 some in 3 states, including the early 
Buss and Seymour plates). ZZ( 102) $210.00. 

Orig. cl. (faded, inner hinges split, back repaired). CD (101) $30.00. 

Cf., g.e. (with the early Seymour and Buss plates and the "Veller" 
title-page, E. F. Stanhope copy). EF (365) $12.50. 

Lev. mor., tooled, g.t, unc., by Riviere (contains some additional 
plates). FG(32i)$39.oo. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc.; in 2 mor. cases (wrappers, with few ex- 
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all wrappers are dated 1836, but the first 3 do not have names 
of artists; the addresses by the author are wanting in Parts II 
and III, but the 5 other addresses are present). GH (73) $90.00. 

The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Phila., 1837. 

5 vols., I2mo. 

Orig. bds., in cl. case (worn and foxed; Vol. I described as First 
issue, title without vol. no.). M(8i) $100.00. 

Orig. bds., in hf. mor. case (rubbed, labels defective, some foxing; 
Vol. I in first state, title without vol. no.; collates as follows: 
Vol. I, [v-] xii, 13-220, advertisements 8, 4; Vol. II, iv, 5-228; 
III, 4, [iv], 232; IV, iv, 223; V: [iv-] viii, 5-206, 2, [12]). EF 
(363) $350.oo. 

The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Plates by 

Seymour and Phiz. London, n.d. 8vo. 

Cf., g.e., by Riviere. X(65)$i7.5<>. 

The Pic Nic Papers. By Various Hands. Edited [Vols. I 

and II] by Charles Dickens, Esq. Illus. by George Cruikshank, 
H. K. Browne, and others. London, 1841. 3 vols., 8vo. 

Cl., in 3 mor. cases (faded, one vol. shaken). GH(8o)$ 

Pictures from Italy. The Vignette Illustrations on Wood 

by Samuel Palmer. London, 1846. I2mo. 

Cf., tooled, g.t., unc., by Zaehnsdorf. TTa(58)$ii.oo. 

Sketches by Boz . . . With Forty Illustrations by George 

Cruikshank. First octavo edition. London, 1837-39. 8vo. 

Hf. cf., g.t., by Riviere. X(56)$ 

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the "Advertiser"; Part II has the "Address"; all plates preced- 
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and following plates have the Chapman and Hall imprint; words 
"reeled before" in 6th line from foot of last page are run to- 
gether). GH(75)$300.oo. 

Sketches of Young Ladies. By "Quiz" [Edward Caswell]. 

1837; [with] Sketches of Young Gentlemen. By Dickens. 1838. 
Each illus. by H. K. Browne. London, 1837-38. 2 vols., I2mo. . 

Hf. mor. (second vol. lacks advertisements). GH(74)$i7.oo. 

Sunday Under Three Heads. Vignettes and 3 plates by H. 1C 

Browne. London, 1836. i6mo. 


DICKENS (Charles) Continued. 

Mor., tooled (rubbed, wrappers mounted, date in imprint has been 

tampered with, bound in is front wrapper of one of the reprints; 

C E. S. Chambers copy). EF (362) $15.00. 
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A Tale of Two Cities. With Illustrations by H. K. Browne. 

Page 213 misnumbered "113." London, 1859. 8vo. 

8 in 7 orig. parts, unc. ; in cl. case (backs repaired). ZZ(m)$45O.oo. 

8 in 7 orig. parts, unc. ; in 2 mor. cases (rebacked ; parts of several 
wrappers supplied, in one case in facsimile; no. and month, etc. 
altered on wrappers of Parts VI and VII- VIII; few advertise- 
ments lacking; pp. 55-58 supplied from another copy). GH(93) 

8 in 7 orig. parts, unc. ; in cl. case (few plates water-stained, adver- 
tisement of the Cornhill Magazine is of late issue, on rusty paper). 
NO (102) $450.00. 

The Uncommercial Traveller. London, 1861. I2mo. 

Cl., in mor. case (back faded). GH(95)$i2.5O. 

A Wonderful Ghost Story . . . with Letters ... of Charles 

Dickens to the Author. See HEAPHY (Thomas). 

Works. Edition de Luxe. London, Chapman and Hall, 1881- 

82. 60 vols., 8vo. 
Mor., g.t., unc., by Zaehnsdorf (inlaid in fly is A. L. S.). X(66) 


Writings. Ed. by E. P. Whipple and others. Plates, including 
col. frontispieces by F. O. C. Barley. Boston, Houghton [1894]. 
32 vols., 8vo. 

Mor., g.e. XX(99)$in.oo. 

Works. Ed. by Andrew Lang. With Life by Forster. Gads- 
hill Edition. London, 1903. 36 vols., 8vo. 
Hf. lev. mor., g.t., unc., by Sangorski. U( 85) $165.00. 

Works. The National Edition. London, Chapman and Hall, 

1906. 40 vols., roy. 8vo. 
Cl., g.t., unc. (backs faded). 8(144) $140.00. 

Works. With Life by Forster. Portraits. London, Chap- 
man and Hall, 1929. 40 vols., 8vo. 

Lev. mor., tooled, g.t., unc., by Stikeman. VV (60) $240.00. 
Cf., tooled, g.t., by Riviere. ZZ( 115) $200.00. 

Works. Ed. by Richard Garnett. Col. frontispieces. 30 vols.; 

with Life by Forster. 2 vols. Edition de Grande Luxe. London, 

Merrill, n.d. 32 vols., 8vo. 
Y mor., g.t., unc. U( 86) $200.00. 

Illustrations to Works by Dickens 

Darley (F. O. C.). Character Sketches from the Works of 

Charles Dickens. Second Series. Phila., n.d. El. fol. 
Hf. cf., cl. portfolio (portfolio rubbed). XX(ioo)$8.oo. 

Fraser (C. Lovat). A series of 18 front wrappers for the 

Novels of Dickens, in color; 18 pieces, mounted and tipped in a 


DICKENS (Charles) Continued. 

4to album with uncol. pictorial book-mark to be inserted in "A 

Tale of Two Cities." n.p., n.d. 
Bds. EF(442)$ 

Gibson (Charles Dana). People of Dickens. 6 plates, mainly 

signed. [N.Y., 1899.] Large fol. 
Linen portfolio. N( 141) $10.00. 

Heath (William). Pickwickian Illustrations. 20 plates. 

[London, n.d.] 8vo. 

Orig. paper, in hf. mor. case (wrappers worn, last 4 plates unnum- 
bered and without publisher's imprint). EF (376) $9.00. 

DICKENS (Charles) and COLLINS (Wilkie). The Frozen 

Deep, a Drama, in Three Acts. [Not Published.] [London,] 
1866. i6mo. 

Orig. paper, in wrapper and cl. case. NO (107) $65.00. 

Playbill of the First Performance at the Tavistock House 

Theatre, Jan. 6, 1857, of "The Frozen Deep." On heavy white 
paper, in red and black ink. [n.p., 1857.] 15 x n in. 
JJ( 125) $45-00. 

Original playbill [including "Song of the Wreck" by Dick- 
ens.] of the First Presentation of Wilkie Collins' drama, "The 
Lighthouse" at Tavistock House, June 19, 1855. Printed, in red 
and black, on heavy white paper, [n.p., 1855.] 15x11 in. 

JJ(i2 4 )$68.oo. 

DICKENSON (Jonathan). Ongelukkige Schipbreuk en Yslyke 
Reystogt, van etlyke Engelschen, in den Jaare 1696 van Jamaika 
in West-Indien, etc. Map and plates. Vertaald door W. Sewel. 
Leyden, Pieter van der Aa [1705]. Fol. 

Bds. J(56)$5i.oo. 

DICKINSON (Emily). Letters of Emily Dickinson. Ed. by 

Mabel Loomis Todd. Portrait. Boston, 1894. 2 vols., I2mo. 
Q. M (84)$! 5.00. 
Orig. green cl. SS(23)$i8.oo. 
Orig. cl. (backstrip of second vol. spotted). XX (101) $20.00. 

DICKINSON (John). An Address to the Committee of Cor- 
respondence in Barbados. By a North-American. Phila., W. 
Bradford, 1766. 8vo. 

Hf. cf., unc. FF (41) $17.50. 

Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania, to the Inhabitants 

of the British Colonies. The Second Edition. Phila., Hall and 
Sellers, 1768. 8vo. 
Unbound. QQ ( 126) $8.00. 

A Speech ... in the House of Assembly . . . Province of 

Pennsylvania, May 24, 1764. Phila., W. Bradford, 1764. 8vo. 
Cf., by Zaehnsdprf. FF( 42) $22.50. 
Unbound (writing on several leaves). BC(i6)$8.oo. 

DICKSON (R. W.). A Complete Dictionary of Practical Gar- 

dening. By Alexander McDonald. Plates, 60 in color, by Sy- 
denham Edwards. London, 1807. 3 vols., 4to. 

Niger, g.e. (rubbed, stained, foxed; presentation copy from the Queen 
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lie d'apres 1'ordre de sa Majeste L'Empereur et Roi Napoleon le 
Grand; Par M. de Guignes. Imperial eagle on title, Chinese 
characters throughout. Paris, rimprimerie Imperiale, 1813. Fol. 

Hf. lev. mor., unc. KK.( 147) $20.00. 

DIEDERICHS (Eugen). Deutsches Leben der Vergangenheit 
in Bildern. Ein Atlas mit 1760 Nachbildungen alter Kupfer-und 
Holzschnitte aus dem I5ten-i8ten Jahrhundert. Herausgegeben 
von Eugen Diederichs. Jena, 1908. 2 vols., fol. 

Hf. cl. (bindings soiled). XX (433) $13.00. 

DIGGES (Sir Dudley). The Compleat Ambassador. London, 
1655. 4to. 

Cl, g.e. (back hinge cracked). V(i38)$22.oo. 

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FLINT (Timothy). Recollections of the Last Ten Years . . . 

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FLORIDA. Relation (A) of the Invasion and Conquest of 

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Soto. [A translation of "Relagam Verdadeira,"] written in 
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Virginia richly valued, by the description of the maine land 

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FOLEY (Edwin). The Book of Decorative Furniture. Repro- 
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FOOTE (Samuel). Dramatic Works. Frontis. London, 1776-78. 

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FOOTE (William H.). Sketches of North Carolina. N.Y., 1846. 

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FORBES (James G.). Sketches, Historical and Topographical, 

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FORCE (Peter). American Archives ... a Collection of Au- 
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FORD (Henry A.)- The History of Putnam and Marshall 

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1788. Brooklyn, 1888. 8vo. 
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FORD (Worthington C.). George Washington. Fronds, por- 
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FORE-EDGE PAINTING. Anacreon. [Odes. In Greek.] 

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Besant (Walter). East London. Etching by Francis S. 

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1901. 8vo. 
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Cowper (William). Poems. London, 1816. 2 vols., 8vo. 

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Cowper (William). Poetical Works. 3 vols. 1817-18; [also] 

Memoirs of the Early Life of William Cowper. Written by Him- 
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Daniel (W. B.). Supplement to the Rural Sports. London, 

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Hayley (William). Life and Posthumous Writings of Wil- 
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Hope (Thomas). Costume of the Ancients. 200 plates. 

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Hunt (Leigh). The Story of Rimini London, 1816. Sm. 


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Ireland (John). Hogarth Illustrated Plates. London, 1806. 

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HUMPHREYS (David). An Historical Account of the Incor- 
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HURD (Richard) Continued. 

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INGLIS (Charles). The True Interest of America impartially 

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JACKSON (Richard). The Interest of Great Britain considered. 
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JACOBS (Joseph). English Fairy Tales. 1890; Celtic Fairy 
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JAMES I OF ENGLAND. Workes. 2 portraits by C. van cle 
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JAMES (Edwin). Account of an Expedition from Pittsburgh 
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JAMES (Henry). Notes by Mr. Henry James on a Collection 
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Notes on Novelists, with Some Other Notes. [London,] 1914. 


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JAMES (William). A Full and Correct Account of the Chief 
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JAMES (William D.). A Sketch of the Life of Brig.-Gen. Fran- 
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JAMESON (Mrs. Anna). Memoirs of the Beauties of the Court 

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JANSON (Charles W.). The Stranger in America. Plates, 9 in 

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JANVIER (Thomas A.). The Aztec Treasure-House. Illus. by 

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JARDINE (Sir William). The Naturalist's Library. Plates, col. 

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JARVIS (Russell). A Biographical Notice of Com. Jesse D. 

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JEAN-AUBRY (George). Joseph Conrad. Life and Letters. 

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[Sale] Catalogue [of] President Jefferson's Library. To be 

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JEFFERYS (Thomas). The Conduct of the French, with Re- 
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JENKINS (Charles F.). See JEFFERSON (Thomas). 

JENKINS Games G.). Life and Confessions of James Gilbert 

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JENKINSON (Sir Charles), Baron Hawkesbury and Earl of 
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JEROME (Saint). Aureola. 42 leaves. [Speier, Printer of Gesta 

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Epistolas . . . traduzidas por el Bachiller Jua de Molina. 

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JESSE (John H.). A Collection of First Editions of his His- 
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