911 CALE (Norman). Songs for Little People.

With numerous illustrations by Helen Stratton.
FIRST EDITION. 8vo, original decorated cloth, t. e. g.
London, 1896.

10s 6d

912 GALSWORTHY (John). For Love of Beasts. (The "A. F." Pamphlet Series).

FIRST EDITION. 8vo, original wrappers. 20 pp.
London, 1912.

10s 6d


Moods, Songs, and Doggerels.

FIRST EDITION. 8vo, cloth, uncut. London, 1912.

12s 6d

914 GASKELL (Mrs.). Ruth, a Novel.

FIRST EDITION. 3 vols., post 8vo, original cloth, uncut.

London, 1853.

£6 6s

*** Presentation Copy, with Autograph Inscription on Title, "From the Author."

915 GIBSON (C. Dana). London, as seen by Charles Dana Gibson.
84 humorous drawings in black and white.
Oblong folio, pictorial boards. London, 1898.


Sketches and Cartoons.

84 clever and humorous drawings in black and white.
Oblong folio, boards. New York, London, 1898.

This is the third book of Mr. Gibson's published drawings.



917 GILBERT (W. S.). The "Bab " Ballads. Much Sound and Little Sense. With iliustrations by the Author.

More "Bab " Ballads.

London, 1869.

With illustrations by the Author.

London, N.D.

g. e. London, 1860 and N.D.


Savoy Operas.



Together, FIRST EDITIONS. 2 vols., sq. cr. 8vo, original cloth gilt,

With beautiful illustrations in coiour, by W. Russell Flint.
4to, cloth gilt, uncut. London, 1909.

£8 10s

12s 6d

This volume contains the text of four of the most popular of the Savoy Operas, namely, "The Pirates of Penzance," "Patience," Princess Ida," "The Yeoman of the Guard."

Songs of a Savoyard.

With many humorous illustrations by the author.

Square 8vc, original cloth. London, 1880. £1 5s

A presentation copy from the author, with a six-line inscription in his autograph.

Songs of a Savoyard. Another Copy.

With many humorous illustrations by the Author.
Small 4to, original cloth gilt. London (1890).

8s 6d


921 GILLRAY (James). A Magnificent Collection of upwards of 660 of his Original Caricatures, mostly coloured.

Comprising the best Political and Humorous Satires of the Reign of George III., depicting Fox, Pitt, Sheridan, and other personages; the Domestic Troubles of the Royal Family; Naval and Military Scenes; together with humours of Domestic, Sporting and Theatrical Life; and including a large number relating to Napoleon (some of which are extremely rare).

All are brilliant impressions and in beautiful state, neatly laid down on stout paper.

Bound in 4 vols., large folio. Full morocco gilt, g. e. V.Y. £250 The finest collection of Gillray's Caricatures which has come before the public for years. This one was formed at time of publication, hence the freshness and brilliancy of the plates.

Amongst the Caricatures are included:

Democracy, or a Sketch of the Life of Buonaparte.

Dido in Despair (Lady Hamilton).

Mrs. Billington.

The Cow Pock (Dr. Jenner, etc.).

The National Parachute (Pitt, etc.).

Introduction of Citizen Volpone and his Suite at Paris. (Napoleon, Fox, Erskine, etc.).
German Nonchalence.

The First Kiss this Ten Years, or the Meeting of Britannia and Citizen Francois.
Evacuation of Malta (Napoleon, Addington, etc.).

Dilettanti Theatricals.

The Bulstrode Siren (Mrs. Billington, etc.)

Maniac Ravings, or Little Boney in a Strong Fit.

French Invasion, or Buonaparte Landing in Great Britain.
Death of the Corsican Fox.

Boney and Talley.

The Corsican Pest.

The Arms of France.

Destruction of French Gun Boats.

A Morning Ride (Prince of Wales, etc.).

Britannia between Death and the Doctors.

The Theatrical Bubble.

Middlesex Election, 1804.

The Grand Coronation Profession of Napoleon I., 1804.
Ci-devant Occupations. (Napoleon, etc.).

Posting in Ireland. 2 plates

Sir George and the Dragon.

Elements of Skateing. 4 plates.

The Death of Nelson.

Morning Promenade upon the Cliff, Brighton.

Pacific Overtures.

The Rake's Progress at the University. 5 plates.

Posting to the Election.

Connoisseurs examining a Collection of George Morland's.

The Weather. 7 plates. 1808.

Apotheosis of the Corsican Phoenix.

The Spanish Bull Fight.

(Continued over)

Cilray (James)—continued.

Spanish Patriots attacking the French Banditti. (With rough original sketch of same.) The Valley of the Shadow of Death (Napoleon).

The Chelmsford Petition.

The Loyal Address, or the Procession of the Hampshire Hogs (with rough original sketch of same).

Theatrical Mendicants relieved (Mrs. Siddons, Kemble, etc.).

The Life of William Cobbett. 8 plates.

The Graces in a High Wind.

Progress of the Toilet. 3 plates.

Portrait of Mendoza.

The Barber's Shop.

Holland a Regeneral. 20 plates, with Text.

The American Rattle Snake. 1782.

General Murray.

Col. Gardiner's Last Interview. Stipple. 1786.

The Morning after Marriage. (Prince of Wales and Mrs. Fitzherbert.)

A New way to Pay the National Debt.

A Sale of English Beauties in the East Indies. 1786.

The Board of Control, or the Blessings of a Scotch Dictator. 1787.

Dido Forsaken (Mrs. Fitzherbert).

The Surrender of Amsterdam.

William Pitt. 1789.

Shakespeare Sacrificed.


Taming of the Shrew (Catherine of Russia, etc.).

The Rights of Man (T. Paine, etc.).

The Devil to Pay (Duke of Clarence and Mrs. Jordan).

The Soldier's Return (The Duke and Duchess of York).

The Landing of Sir John Bull and his family at Bolougne, 1792.

The Reception of the Diplomatique and his Suite at the Court of Pekin (Sir Geo.
Staunton, Lord Macartney, etc.).

Consequences of a Successful French Invasion, 1798. 4 plates.

Habits of New French Legislators, etc. (Fox, Dukes of Norfolk, Grafton and Bedford,
Earl Derby, etc.). 12 plates.

United Irishmen in Training.
United Irishmen upon Duty.

Nelson's Victory.

John Bull taking a Luncheon (Admirals Nelson, St. Vincent, Duncan, Bridport, etc.).
Fighting for the Dunghill, or Jack Tar Settling Buonaparte.

Buonaparte hearing of Nelson's Victory

Horrors of the Irish Union.

The Hero of the Nile. 1798.

Siege de la Colonne de Pompée. 1799.


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Lady Godiva's Rout

High Life in Bond Street.

The Jersey Smuggler Detected.

The Orangerie.

Promis'd Horrors of the French Invasion

The Contrast (Old England-New France)

St. George's Volunteers.

Contemplations upon a Coronet (Miss Farren).

Marriage of Cupid and Psyche (Miss Farren and Earl of Derby).
The Apotheosis of Hoche. Etc., etc.

Poetry of The Anti-Jacobin: Comprising the Celebrated Political
and Satirical Poems, Parodies, and Jeux-D'Esprit of The Right Hon.
George Canning, The Earl of Carlisle, Marquis Wellesley, and others.
With Explanatory Notes by Charles Edmonds.
SECOND EDITION, considerably enlarged.

With six Etchings by the famous Caricaturist James Gillray.
F'cap. Svo, onginal cloth. London, 1854.

923 CISSING (George). By the Ionian Sea.




Notes of a Ramble in Southern Italy. Large Paper Copy.
Illustrated with 8 full-page coloured plates, and others in black and


FIRST EDITION. 4to, original cloth gilt, uncut, t. e. g., as issued.
London, 1901.

Letters to an Editor.

FIRST EDITION. 4to, original wrappers. N.D.
One of Twenty-five Copies printed for Private Distribution.

Letters to Edward Clodd from George Gissing.
58 pp., post 8vo, wrappers, uncut.
London, Printed for Private Circulation. 1914.

One of 30 copies only.

926 [CLEIC (G. R.).] The Hussar.


FIRST EDITION. 2 vols., boards, uncut. London, 1837.

£2 2s

£6 10s

£4 4s

10s 6d

Memoir of Sergeant Landsheit, of the Hussars, relating his experiences in St. Domingo,
Madeira, The Cape, River Plata, etc., etc.

The Light Dragoon.

FIRST EDITION. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. London, 1844.

10s 6d

Taken from a journal of proceedings, of a private in the 11th Dragoons, during more than twenty years of a somewhat eventful life. Including service in Ireland, Voyage to Lisbon, Madrid, etc.

928 GODWIN (Mary Wollstonecraft). Mary, a fiction.

FIRST EDITION. 12mo, fine uncut copy in the original boards.
London, Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Churchyard, 1788. £9 9s

An exceedingly scarce anonymous romance by the famous Mary Wollstonecraft, mother
of Mrs. Shelley, almost unique in this fine state.

929 CODWIN (William). Lives of the Necromancers: or, Account of the Most Eminent Persons in Successive Ages, who have claimed for themselves, or to whom has been imputed by others, the Exercise of Magical Power.



FIRST EDITION. 8vo, half calf.

London, 1834.

12s 6d

William Godwin: His Friends and Contemporaries. By C. Kegan

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Characteristics of Goethe.

From the German of Falk, Von Müller, &c. With Notes, Original and translated, illustrative of German Literature. By Sarah Austin. (VOLUME II. ONLY. Should be three volumes).

Post 8vo, half calf.

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From the Library of the celebrated Poet A. C. Swinburne, with autograph note by him on fly leaf.

Faustus: From the German of Goethe.
Narrow 8vo, half calf.

10s 6d

Translated from the German of Goethe.
London, 1834.

London, 1821.


Faustus, A Tragedy.
Small 8vo, original cloth.




10s 6d

Faust: A Dramatic Poem. Translated into English Prose, with remarks on former translations, and notes, by A. Hayward. SECOND EDITION, with large additions.


Svo, full calf gilt, g. e. London, Edward Moxon, 1834. Presentation Copy from the translator to the Countess of Charleville, with signed presentauon inscription.


Faust: A Tragedy. Translated, in the Original Metres By Bayard 2 vols., Svo, original cloth. London, 1871.

12s 6d

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