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WAT TYLER. A Dramatic Poem by Southey, a NEW
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Vindication of the

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Vindication of the


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WORDSWORTH (William) Poetical



Works, the

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Ecclesiastical Sketches, the


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Cat's Tail, The, being the History of Childe Merlin, by the Baroness de Katzleben, 3 plates by G. C., 12mo, original wrapper, 5s-1831


Cervantes' Don Quixote, translated

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My Sketch Book, illustrated with hundreds of Comic Sketches, engraved on 37 plates, INDIA PAPER, oblong 4to, 158

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The Fourth Folio of

SHAKESPEARE (William) Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies, published according to the True Original Copies; unto which is added seven Plays never before printed in folio, the FOURTH EDITION, folio, russia, £10 10s—Printed for II. Herringman, 1685.

The wrong portrait, and one cover of binding loose, otherwise a very good copy. Formerly belonged to Joseph Crawhall, author of Newcastle Fisher's Garland." The late F. Ouvry's copy sold at Sotheby's last April for £28.

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HUGONIS de Sancto Victore, Soliloquium de Arra Animæ et de Peccatis mortalibus; item Les Parolles de Frere Gilles Lay de l'ordre les Freres Menours de plusieurs vertus; S. Effrem de Compunctione Cordis, de Gloria Celesti, de Luctu et de Judicio Divino extremo; Enfer pour adviser la Creature a soy garder de pecher; les Joyes de Paradiz, &c. Manuscript on vellum, beautifully written, with bordered miniature and capital letters, illuminated in gold and colours, 94 leaves, small 8vo, whole bound brown morocco, blind tooled, gilt edges, £ 6s.

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A BREFE CHRONYCLE concernynge the Examinacyon and Death of the blessed martyr of Christ Sir Johan Oldecastell, the Lorde Cobham, collected togyther by Johan Bale, to which is added, An Appendix of Original Instruments, full length portrait on title, PRINTED ENTIRELY ON VELLUM, large 8vo. old blue morocco, gilt edges, £7 7s-London, printed for C Davis, 1729.

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This interesting volume contains Partridge's Almanack for 1714, with a Letter to Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq. Partridge was immortalised by Swift's Predictions for the year 1708, in which Partridge's death was foretold for the following 29th of April. This was followed by an account of the death of Partridge. An indignant denial was published, to which Swift published a rejoinder, "A Vindication of Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq."--Vide Note of Col. Grant's on fly-leaf.

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HADEN (Seymour) Etudes a l'eau-Forte, A COMPLETE SET, COMPRISING 33 BEAUTIFUL ETCHINGS, with descriptive letterpress by Burty, in folio, portfolio, 30 guineas.

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ETCHING CLUB. Twenty-one exquisitely beautiful Etchings, by Members of the Etching Club, THE COMPLETE SERIES, BRILLIANT PROOF IMPRESSIONS, ON INDIA PAPER, in portfolio, £15-1879.

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The following are the subjects and the artists:-Waiting
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Ansdell, R.A.; Toujours Fidéle, P. H. Calderon, R.A.; Hope
Deferred, C. W. Cope, R.A.; Hush! C. W. Cope, R.A.; Nor-
wich Cathedral, J. P. Heseltine; Near Ramsgate, J. P.
Heseltine; Artists and Amateurs, J. E. Hodgson, A.R.A.;
Dolce far Niente, J. E. Hodgson, A.R.A.; The Land of Cuyp,
J. C. Hook, R.A.; A Trespasser, J. C. Horsley, R.A.; The
Father's Leave-Taking, W. Holman Hunt; A Penny for her
Thoughts, J. E. Millais, R.A.; About Fairies, G. B. O'Neill;
Daisies, G. B. O'Neill; The Lonely Tower, Samuel Palmer;
The Highland Outpost, J. Pettie, R.A.; At Bay, J. Pettie,
R.A.; Rustic Courtship, R. Redgrave, R.A.; Eugene Aram,
R. Redgrave, R.A.; A Hunting Morning-Bringing over the
Hounds, F. Tayler.

CUITT'S (George) Wanderings and Pencillings amongst the Ruins of the Olden Time; a Series of 70 beautiful Etchings of the most beautiful examples of the Architecture of the Middle Ages, and the Picturesque Scenery of England and Wales: proofs on Japanese paper, royal folio, in half maroon morocco, portfolio. £449-1855.

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SHAKESPEARE'S WORKS, edited by Howard
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Only 1,000 copies printed, uniform in size and type with
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WHITAKER'S History of the Town and Parish of Leeds and Parts adjacent, BEST EDITION, with ADDITIONS, including the whole of THORESBY'S DUCATUS LEQDIENSIS, the Loidis and Elmete, also Airedale, Wharfdale, and the Vale of Calder, with Genealogical Tables and numerous fine plates, also THE APPENDIX, often wanting, 2 vols, royal folio, half morocco neat, extra blind tooled, gilt

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