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[425 SONGS. Skylark (The) A Choice Selection of the most admired

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(426 SONGS. Vine (Robert) New Court Songs and Poems, small 8vo, calf neat, £1 105-1672

[427 This copy sold for £2 178 in Mitford's sale. SOULIE (Frédéric) Les Mémoires du Diable, 8 vols, 8vo, half bound, UNCUT EDGES, 12s 6d-Paris, 1838

[428 SOUTHEY (Robert) The Lay of the Laureate-Carmen Nuptiale-the FIRST EDITIOX, 12mo, boards, UNCUT, 58--1816

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[435 STAFFORDSHIRE, Nightingale (J.) Topographical and Historical Description of, plates, voards, 5s—1810

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441 SWIFTS (Dean) Tale of a Tub, and Battle between the Ancient and

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442 SWINBURNE (A. C.) Note on Charlotte Bronté, FIRST EDITION, post 8vo, cloth, 7s 6d-1877

443 SWINBURNE (A. C.) Notes on Poems and Reviews, the FIRST

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445 Includes an original Poem, "Tristram and Isenlt," by A. O. Swinburne. ALFOURD (T. N.) Final Memorials of Charles Lamb, chiefly

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[446 TELEMACHUS, The Adventures of, from the French of Fenelon, by

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418 TENNYSON (A.) The Princess, FIRST EDITION, 1847; Enoch Arden,

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(455 TURNER (J. M. W.) The Rivers of France, 61 highly finished engravings

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[456 TYNDALL (J.) Mountaineering, in 1861, 2 views of Alpine Mountains and Glaciers, small 8vo, cloth, UNCUT, £1 15—1862

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[458 AUGHAN (R. A.) Hours with the Mystics, a Contribution to the

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VILLON (Master Francis), Poems of, now first done into English Verse

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[460 VOLTAIRE'S Complete Works, translated from the French, with

Notes, Historical and Critical, by Smollett, Francklin and others, frontispieces and portraits, 35 vols, 12mo, halj calf, newly corered, SCARCE, £5 155—1762

(461 VYNER (R. T.) Notitia Venatica, a Treatise on Fox-Hunting, embracing

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(462 ALPOLE (R.) Scarce Translations of the 17th Century from the Latin Poets, with the Text and Miscellaneous Translations from the Greek, Spanish, Italian, &c., 12mo, calf, 98-1805

(463 WALSH (William) Works; to Eugenia, the Hospital of Fools, Letters

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[465 WALTON and Cotton. The Complete Angler, with Notes, Historical,

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[466 *.* THE FIRST EDITION by Hawkins. The unfortunate Ryland, who was

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(469 WAT Tyler, a Dramatic Poem, by Southey, the BARE FIRST EDITION,

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Preface suitable to Recent Circumstances, 12mo, original urapper, UNCUT, 5s-W. Hone, 1817

(470 An exact reprint of the rare suppressed edition, with new Preface. WESLEY (Charles) Hymns and Sacred Poems, the BARE FIRST

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Summerley, 1749

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--PRIVATELY PRINTED, 1786 WILLIAMS (Helen Maria) Letters Written in France in 179),

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(176 WITCHCRAFT Webster (J.) The Displaying of Supposed Witch

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(482 WOLLSTONECRAFT (Mary) Original Stories from Real Life,

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1486 WORDSWORTH (W.) Poetical Works, 6 vols, 18mo, cloth, 10s— 1849

[487 ACHTING round the West of England, by L'Estrange, coloured front., 8vo, cloth, 55—1865

(488 ORK Races. An authentic Racing Calendar of all the Plates,

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SCOTCH LITERATURE. A COLLECTION of Loyal Songs for the Use of the Revolution Club,

SOME OF WHICH NEVER BEFORE PRINTED, 12mo, half calf, gilt top, £1 10s-Edinburgh, Robert Fleming, 1748

(490 An interesting Historical Collection. The Revolution Club met regularly in Edinburgh to celebrate the accession of William and Mary. The volume contains many songs in reference to the Rebellions of 1715 and 1745 from the Royalist side. Amongst others “Britannia," the early version of “Rule

Britannia." AYTOUN (W. E.), Memoirs of, by Theodore Martin, portrait, post 8vo, cloth, 58-1867

(491 Contains some letters of W. M. Thackeray. Aytoun and Martin were the

anthors conjointly of the " Bon Gaultier Ballads." BURNS' (Robert) Life, by Cunningham, portrait, 12mo, cloth, 3s 6d1835

(492 BURNS' (Robert) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, with list of


LONDON EDITION, portrait by Nasmyth, culf, £1 155—1787 (493 BURNSIANA. Kemble (Stephen George) Odes, Lyrical Ballads, and

Poems on Various Occasions, portrait of the Author, 8vo, half morocco, 7s 6d-Edinburgh, 1809

(494 BURNSIANA. Mylne (James, of Lochill), Poems and Two Tragedies, 8vo, half calj neat, gilt top, UNCUT, 7s 6d-Edin., 1790

(495 BURNSIANA. Poems by John Lee Lewes, frontispiece, royal 8vo. halj morocco, 5sLiverpool, 1811


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