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Autograph Letters and Engravings,



Quarita & ACTES



F.S.A. F.R.S. F.G.S. &c.




Mitchell 1 Aberdeen (G. Earl of) on Grecian Architecture, 1822—Burgess (R.)
on the Circus on the Via Appia, plates, 1828
calf extra
post Svo. in one vol.
Quarie 2 Accords (G. Tabourot, Seigneur des) Ses Bigarrures et Touches, avec les
Apophtegmes du Sieur Gaulard et les Escraignes Dijonnoises,
morocco extra, g. e. by Trautz-Bauzonnet

12mo. Paris, 1662

From this scarce and curious book of drolleries Swift took many of
his puns, and from the same source Sterne drew several of his best
hits in Tristram Shandy.

3 ACKERMANN (R.) MICROCOSM OF LONDON, 3 vol. proof and coloured
plates by Rowlandson and Pugin, with the ORIGINAL DRAWINGS BY O
A. PUGIN added,

half red morocco extra, g. e. A. Pugin's own copy, roy. 4to. 1808-9


AT REGENSPURG (Ratisbon), &c. Translated owt of Latyne into 8
Englissh by Mylys Couerdale,

black letter, morocco extra, by F. Bedford, VERY SCARCE, 16mo. M.D.XLII
AMAZONAS, fine copy in red morocco, super extra, g. e. by F. Bedford,
small 4to. Madrid, 1641


This work was rigidly suppressed as soon as published, in order to
prevent any copy falling into the hands of the enemy, who had just
wrested the province from Spain, and probably not a dozen copies
escaped destruction. Col. Stanley's sold for £16 and this copy for
£14 at these Rooms in March, 1864.

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alkelt 26 Albin (E.) Natural History of English Song-Birds, part of Ei in MS. calf, sold with all faults

small 8vo. 1779

8vo. 1791

Alciphron's Epistles (translated by W. Beloe)
Alcoran des Cordeliers en Latin et en François, 2 vol. plates by Picart,
fine copy in green morocco, g. e. by Derome
12mo. Amst. 1734
Aldrich (H.) Elements of Civil Architecture in Latin, with English
by Rev. P. Smith, portrait and plates,
roy. 8vo. Oxford, 1789

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Maurice 31
Jattali 32


Parsons 30 ALE. The Ex-Ale-tation of Ale (in Verse),
fine copy in red morocco extra, g. e. by F. Bedford
Rare. This copy sold for £2. 6s. in G. Smith's sale.
Alfieri (V.) Vita scritta da esso, 2 vol. port. half calf, 8vo. Firenze, 1822
Alfred (King) Will in Anglo-Saxon and English, 1828-Boethius'
Metres in Anglo-Saxon by King Alfred, with English Translation.
and Notes by Rev. S. Fox, 1835, calf gilt
Svo. in one vol.
Alfred's (King) Poems in English Metres by M. F. Tupper, 12mo. 1850
Allies (J.) on the Ignis fatuus and Fairies, half morocco Svo. 1846
ALLOT (R.) ENGLAND'S PARNASSUS: or the choysest Flowers of our
Moderne Poets, slightly cut in margins, but has at end the rare leaf
"Fames windy trump," mentioned by Lowndes as frequently wanting
(and justly so, as it is undoubtedly inserted from some other work by
a totally different printer),

calf, sold with all faults, very scarce
16mo. 1600
Containing extracts from Shakespeare, Spenser, Gascoigne, Dekker,
Chapman, Lodge, Marlowe, Ben Jonson, Daniell, Drayton and other
eminent Poets. The Roxburghe copy sold for £21, G. Smith's
for £14. 58. and Col. Stanley's for £13. 13s.

Smith 33
Sach Kell, 34


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Quaritch 36 ALLOTT (R.) ENGLAND'S PARNASSUS: or the choysest Flowers of our
Moderne Poets, with the rare dedication signed Robert Allott,
red morocco extra, g. e.

16mo. 1600

withdrawn 37 Alphabeta varia, scilicet; Brammhanicum, Romæ, 1771—Indica, ib. 1791 -Armenum, ib. 1781-Ethiopicum, ib. 1789-Cophtum, ib. s. a.Chaldaicum (Estranghelo), ib. 1636-Hebraicum et Samaritanum, ib. 1771-Grandonico-Malabaricum, ib. 1772-Barmanorum Regni Arensis, ib. 1787-Illyricum et Slavonicum, ib. 1783-Græcum, ib. 1771-Etruscum, ib. 1771-Arabicum, ib. 1715-Persicum, ib. 1783 small 8vo. in 2 vol.


small 8vo. 1671326

Mitchell 39 Quarto 40

38 AMADIS DE GAULE, written in French by the Lord of Essars Nicholas
de Herberay, and Englished by A. Munday, 4 vol. in 1,

title mended, else fine copy in blue morocco extra, g. e. a very rare
romance of chivalry in prose
folio. N. Okes, 1618-19
Amadis of Gaul, by Vasco Lobeira (translated by R. Southey), 4 vol.
calf extra

12mo. 1803

AMERICA. MUNDUS NOVUS, Albericus Vespucius Laurentio Petri de
Medicis salutem plurimam dicit,

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beautiful copy of a very rare edition of the Latin version of Vespucius's
celebrated letter, red morocco extra, g. e. by F. Bedford
small 4to. Magister johanes otmar: vindelice impressit Auguste, 1501




41 America, or an exact Description of the West-Indies, by N. N. map,
16mo. 1655

calf gilt

Quaritch 42 Amoris Effigies, autograph of "Narcissus Luttrell, His Book, 1681" Maurin 48mo. Excudebat R. Daniel, s. a. 43 Amory (T.) Life of John Buncle, old gilt russia 8vo. 1756 Amours des Dames illustres de nostre Siècle, plates, with frontispiece dated 1681,



morocco extra, gilt marbled edges, by Niedrée, small 12mo. Cologne, 1680 ** This rare edition, which is totally different from any described by Brunet, contains Alosie, Le Palais Royal, Histoire de l'amour feinte du Roi pour Madame, La Princesse, Le Perroquet, Junonie, Les fausses Prudes, La Déroute et l'Adieu des Filles de Joie, and Le Passe-temps Royal.

45 Amusemens serieux et comiques

24mo. Amst. 1629 pro 1729
46 Anacreon et Sapho, en Grec et en François, avec des Remarques par
Madame Dacier
12mo. Amst. 1716

47 Anderson (C.) Annals of the English Bible, woodcuts,
half morocco

8vo. 1862

48 Anderson (R.) Ballads in the Cumberland Dialect, with Notes and
Glossary, frontispiece, calf extra foolscap 8vo. Wigton, 1808
49 ANDREINI (GIO. BATISTA) L'ADAMO Sacra Representatione, portrait
and plates by Cesare Bassani,

FIRST EDITION, EXTREMELY RARE, fine copy, in blue morocco, g. e.
with tooled border
small 4to. Milano, 1613
This drama is supposed to have suggested to Milton the idea of
writing his Paradise Lost. It is so rare, that Mickle, the translator
of the Lusiad, on the authority of eminent Italian literati, denied that
such an author or work existed. Edwards's copy sold for £15.


Andreossy (F.) Histoire du Canal de Languedoc, plans, 8vo. Paris, 1800 51 Aneurin (a Welsh Bard of the VIth Century) Y Gododin, with English Translation by Rev. J. Williams ab Ithel, crown 8vo. Llandovery, 1852 52 Angell (S.) and T. Evans, Sculptures Metopes of Selinus, plates, fol. 1826 53 Angelo (H.) School of Fencing, plates, oblong 8vo. 1787-Art of Defence with Broad Sword and Sabre, plates, 8vo. 1798


51 Anglesea. Social Condition of its People in the Reign of James I,
edited by J. O. Halliwell, only 26 copies printed, crown 8vo. 1860

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Anglers, in 2 vol. woodcuts

55 ANGLING. Collection of right merrie Garlands for North Country
crown 8vo. Newcastle, 1820-44 Salkeld
*** Including Angler's Progress; Tyne Fisher's Farewell; Fisher's Gar-
land, from 1821 to 1844, inclusive; and the Auld Fisher's Invitation
to his Friend.

56 [Annett (P.)] Collection of the Tracts of a certain Free Enquirer noted Bumstead

by his Sufferings for his Opinions, 8vo. n. d.-History of the Man
after God's own Heart (King David), 1761-Letter to the Rev. Dr.

S. Chandler, 1762, MS. notes, calf extra, foolscap 8vo. in one vol.
57 Annual Retrospect of Engineering and Architecture, vol. I, crown 8vo. 1862

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