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1291 A │ NEW AND GENERAL │ BIOGRAPHICAL │ DICTIONARY; │ CONTAINING │ AN HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL ACCOUNT │ OF THE │ LIVES and WRITINGS │ OF THE │ Most Eminent Persons │ IN EVERY NATION; │ PARTICULARLY THE BRITISH AND IRISH; │ From the Earliest Accounts of Time to the present Period. │ WHEREIN │ Their remarkable ACTIONS and SUFFERINGS, │ Their VIRTUES, PARTS, and LEARNING, │ ARE ACCURATELY DISPLAYED. │ With a CATALOGUE of their LITERARY PRODUCTIONS. │ - │ A NEW EDITION, IN FIFTEEN VOLUMES, │ GREATLY ENLARGED AND IMPROVED. │ - │ VOL. I[-XV]. │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed for G. G. and J. ROBINSON, J. JOHNSON, J. NICHOLS, J. SEWELL, │ H. L. GARDNER, F. and C. RIVINGTON, W. OTRIDGE and SON, │ G. NICOL, E. NEWBERY, HOOKHAM and CARPENTER, │ R. FAULDER, W. CHAPMAN and SON, J. DEIGHTON, │ D. WALKER, J. ANDERSON, T. PAYNE, J. LOWNDES, │ P. MACQUEEN, J. WALKER, T. EGERTON, T. │ CADELL, jun. and W. DAVIES, R. EDWARDS, │ VERNOR and HOOD, J. NUNN, MURRAY │ and HIGHLEY, T. N. LONGMAN, LEE │ and HURST, and J. WHITE. │ - │ 1798.
            15 vols. Each vol. stamped on fly-leaf “C.M. BURGES.”
1292 THE NEW │ MAGAZINE OF KNOWLEDGE │ CONCERNING │ Heaven and Hell, │ AND THE │ UNIVERSAL WORLD OF NATURE; │ OR, GRAND MUSEUM OF │ Intellectual, Rational, and Scientific Truths. │ … │ - │ CONTENTS. │ … │ - │ BY A SOCIETY OF GENTLEMEN. │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed and Sold by R. HINDMARSH, Printer to His Royal Highness the │ Prince of Wales, No. 32, Clerkenwell-Close, by whom the Communications │ of ingenious Persons (POST-PAID) will be received, and immediately trans- │ mitted to the Editors. Sold also by J. WALKER, No. 44, Paternoster-Row; │ and by all Booksellers, Stationers, and Newscarriers, in Town and Country. │ [PRICE ONLY SIXPENCE.]
            Vol. 1, [no. 1], April [i.e. March] 1790 – Vol. 2, no. 20, Oct. 1791.  Copy lacks plates.
1293 Nicholson, William.  THE │ BRITISH ENCYCLOPEDIA, │ OR │ DICTIONARY │ OF │ ARTS AND SCIENCES. │ COMPRISING │ AN ACCURATE AND POPULAR VIEW │ OF THE PRESENT │ IMPROVED STATE OF HUMAN KNOWLEDGE. │ = │ BY WILLIAM NICHOLSON, │ Author and Proprietor of the Philosophical Journal, and various other Chemical, Philosophical, and │ Mathematical Works. │ = │ ILLUSTRATED WITH │ UPWARDS OF 150 ELEGANT ENGRAVINGS, │ BY │ MESSRS. LOWRY AND SCOTT. │ - │ VOL. I[-VI]. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY C. WHITTINGHAM, │ Goswell Street; │ FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, AND ORME, PATERNOSTER-ROW; │ J. JOHNSON; R. BALDWIN; F. AND C. RIVINGTON; A. STRAHAN; T. PAYNE; J. STOCKDALE; SCATCHERD │ AND LETTERMAN; CUTHELL AND MARTIN; R. LEA; LACKINGTON AND CO.; VERNOR, HOOD, AND │ SHARPE; J. BUTTERWORTH; J. AND A. ARCH; CADELL AND DAVIES; S. BAGSTER; BLACK, PARRY, │ AND KINGSBURY; J. HARDING; J. MAWMAN; P. AND W. WYNNE; SHERWOOD, NEELY, AND JONES; │ B. C. COLLINS; AND T. WILSON AND SON. │ - │ 1809.
            6 vols. – 152 plates. Each vol. has bookplate of Edward Bouverie. Vol. 1 signed Henry Hiscock 1875, on first fly-leaf.
1294 Noorthouck, John.  AN │ HISTORICAL AND CLASSICAL │ DICTIONARY: │ CONTAINING THE │ LIVES AND CHARACTERS │ OF THE │ MOST EMINENT AND LEARNED PERSONS, │ IN EVERY AGE AND NATION, │ FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD TO THE PRESENT TIME. │ IN TWO VOLUMES. │ BY JOHN NOORTHOUCK. │ VOL. I[-II]. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR W. STRAHAN; AND T. CADELL IN THE STRAND. │ M DCC LXXVI [1776].
            2 vols.  Each volume has armorial bookplate of Wm. Capel Esqr.
1295 Northcote, James.  [Gothic:] One Hundred │ FABLES, │ ORIGINAL AND SELECTED, │ BY │ JAMES NORTHCOTE, R.A. │ &c. &c. │ EMBELLISHED WITH TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHTY │ [Gothic:] Engravings on Wood. │ [Vignette] │ LONDON: │ GEO: LAWFORD, SAVILLE PASSAGE. │ PRINTED BY J. JOHNSON. │ 1828.
            Designs by Northcote drawn on wood by William Harvey.
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1295A [Gothic:] One Hundred Plates │ ILLUSTRATIVE │ OF │ THE PRINCIPAL SCENES │ IN │ [Gothic:] Shakespeare's Plays. │ --000-- │ PRICE 21. 12s. 6d. │ --000-- │ [Gothic:] London: │ PUBLISHED BY H.R. YOUNG, │ 56, PATERNOSTER-ROW. │ - │ 1819.
4°, in ¾ green morocco over brown marbled boards. There is no text at all.  The 101 plates are a good deal smaller than the leaves, which are an ugly grey.  Stothard designed 8 of them.
1296 Orr, Leonard.  A Catalogue Checklist of English Prose Fiction, 1750-1800. (Troy, New York: The Whitston Publishing Company, 1979) ISBN: 0878751718
1297 Ottley, Henry.  A │ BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL │ DICTIONARY │ OF │ RECENT AND LIVING │ PAINTERS AND ENGRAVERS, │ FORMING A SUPPLEMENT TO │ BRYAN’S DICTIONARY OF PAINTERS AND ENGRAVERS │ AS EDITED BY GEORGE STANLEY. │ BY │ HENRY OTTLEY. │ LONDON: │ GEORGE BELL & SONS, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN. │ 1877.
1298 Ottley, William Young.  AN INQUIRY │ INTO │ THE ORIGIN AND EARLY │ HISTORY OF ENGRAVING, │ UPON │ [Gothic:] Copper and in Wood, │ WITH │ AN ACCOUNT OF ENGRAVERS AND THEIR WORKS, │ FROM THE │ INVENTION OF CHALCOGRAPHY BY MASO FINIGUERRA, │ TO THE TIME OF │ MARC’ ANTONIO RAIMONDI. │ - │ BY WILLIAM YOUNG OTTLEY, F.S.A. │ [Vignette] │ - │ VOL. I[-II]. │ - │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR JOHN AND ARTHUR ARCH, 61, CORNHILL, │ BY J. M‘CREERY, BLACK-HORSE-COURT. │ - │ 1816.
            4°. 22 plates.  Library copy lacks plate no. 11.
1299 Otway, Thomas.  VENICE PRESERVED. │ OR, │ A PLOT DISCOVERED. │ A │ TRAGEDY. │ = │ BY THOMAS OTWAY. │ = │ ADAPTED FOR │ THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION, │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRES-ROYAL │ DRURY-LANE AND COVENT-GARDEN. │ = │ REGULATED FROM THE PROMPT-BOOK, │ By Permission of the Managers. │ = │ “The Lines distinguished by inverted Commas, are omitted in the Representation.” │ = │ LONDON: │ = │ Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of │ JOHN BELL, [Gothic:] British-Library, STRAND, │ Bookseller to His Royal Highness the PRINCE of WALES. │ - │ M DCC XCI [1791].
Bound with:
Rowe, Nicholas.  THE │ FAIR PENITENT. │ A │ TRAGEDY. │ = │ BY NICHOLAS ROWE, ESQ. │ = │ ADAPTED FOR │ THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION, │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRES-ROYAL, │ DRURY-LANE AND COVENT-GARDEN, │ = │ REGULATED FROM THE PROMPT-BOOKS, │ By Permission of the Managers. │ = │ “The Lines distinguished by inverted Commas, are omitted in the Representation.” │ = │ LONDON: │ = │ Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of │ JOHN BELL, [Gothic:] British Library, STRAND, │ Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, │ - │ M D CC XCI [1791].
And
Hill, AaronZARA. │ A │ TRAGEDY. │ = │ BY AARON HILL, ESQ. │ = │ ADAPTED FOR │ THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION, │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRES-ROYAL, │ DRURY-LANE AND COVENT-GARDEN. │ = │ REGULATED FROM THE PROMPT-BOOKS, │ By Permission of the Managers. │ = │ “The Lines distinguished by inverted Commas, are omitted in the Representation.” │ = │ LONDON: │ = │ Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of │ JOHN BELL, [Gothic:] British Library, STRAND, │ Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. │ - │ M DCC XCI [1791].
And
Home, John.  DOUGLAS. │ A │ TRAGEDY. │ = │ BY JOHN HOME. │ = │ ADAPTED FOR │ THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION, │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRES-ROYAL │ DRURY-LANE AND COVENT-GARDEN. │ = │ REGULATED FROM THE PROMPT-BOOK, │ By Permission of the Managers. │ = │ “The Lines distinguished by inverted Commas, are omitted in the Representation.” │ = │ LONDON: │ = │ Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of │ JOHN BELL, [Gothic:] British-Library, STRAND, │ Bookseller to His Royal Highness the PRINCE of WALES. │ - │ M DCC XCI [1791].
1300 Otway, Thomas.   THE │ WORKS │ OF │ Mr. THOMAS OTWAY; │ IN THREE VOLUMES. │ Consisting of his │ PLAYS, POEMS, │ AND │ LETTERS. │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed for C. HITCH and L. HAWES, D. BROWNE, │ H. LINTOT, J. and R. TONSON, J. HODGES, │ C. BATHURST, J. BRINDLEY, C. CORBET, │ T. WALLER, A. STRAHAN, and T. LONGMAN. │ M DCC LVII [1757].
[Vol. 1 title-page:] THE │ WORKS │ OF │ Mr. THOMAS OTWAY. │ VOLUME the FIRST. │ CONTAINING, │ ALCIBIADES. │ Don CARLOS, Prince of SPAIN, │ TITUS and BERENICE, │ With the CHEATS of SCAPIN. │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed in the Year MDCCLVII.
[Vol. 2 title-page:]  THE │ WORKS │ OF │ Mr. THOMAS OTWAY. │ VOLUME the SECOND. │ CONTAINING, │ FRIENDSHIP in FASHION. │ The SOLDIER’s FORTUNE. │ The ATHEIST, or the Second Part of the │ SOLDIER’s FORTUNE. │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed for C. HITCH and L. HAWES, D. BROWNE, │ H. LINTOT, J. HODGES, J. and R. TONSON, │ C. BATHURST, J. BRINDLEY, C. CORBET, │ T. WALLER, A. STRAHAN and J. NEW. │ MDCCLVII [1757].
            8°.  Library has vols. 1 & 2 only.
1301 Otway, Thomas.  [Vol. 3 title-page:] THE │ WORKS │ OF │ Mr. THOMAS OTWAY. │ VOLUME THE THIRD. │ CONTAINING, │ The ORPHAN. │ The HISTORY and FALL of CAIUS MA- │ RIUS. │ VENICE PRESERV’D. │ POEMS and LETTERS. │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed for C. BATHURST, T. WALLER, J. RIV- │ INGTON, L. HAWES and W. CLARKE and R. │ COLLINS, W. JOHNSTON, B. WHITE, T. CAS- │ LON, T. LONGMAN, C. CORBETT, W. NICOLL, │ T. CADELL, T. LOWNDES, G. ROBINSON and │ J. ROBERTS, T. DAVIES, T. BECKET, and M. │ REEVES. │ - │ M.DCC.LXVII [1768].
            12°.  Library has vol. 1 only.
1302 Ovid.  P. OVIDII NASONIS │ METAMORPHOSEON │ LIBRI XV. │ Cum Versione Anglica, │ Ad Verbum, quantum fieri potuit, facta. │ OR, │ OVID’S │ METAMORPHOSES. │ With an ENGLISH TRANSLATION, │ AS LITERAL as possible. │ Done with the greatest Care, and from the best Editions, │ for the more Expeditious Attainment of the Sense and │ Elegancy of this Great POET. │ - │ By JOHN CLARKE │ Author of the ESSAYS upon EDUCATION and STUDY. │ - │ [Gothic:] The Third Edition. │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed for W. CLARKE, at Shakespear’s Head, under the Royal- Exchange, in Threadneedle-Street; and Sold by J. MACE, and │ G. FERRABY, at Hull; Mess. STABLER and BARSTOW, and │ N. BELL, at York; and P. HODGES, at Hereford. 1752.
1303 Owen, John. [Greek title transliterated:] Phrόnēma toû pneúmatos │ OR, │ THE GRACE AND DUTY │ OF BEING │ SPIRITUALLY MINDED, │ DECLARED AND PRACTICALLY IMPROVED. │ - │ BY JOHN OWEN, D.D. │ Some time Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford. │ - │ CAREFULLY CORRECTED FROM THE AUTHOR'S EDITION. │ = │ [2 lines of mottos] │ = │ NEW-YORK: │ PUBLISHED BY WHITING AND WATSON, THEOLOGICAL │ AND CLASSICAL BOOKSELLERS. │ J. Seymour, printer. │ - │ 1813.
6°, in calf gilt on the spine with "OWEN ON │ OWEN ON │ MINDEDNESS", no front fly-leaf. Looted from Montevideo.
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1304 Paine, Thomas.  COMMON SENSE; │ ADDRESSED TO THE │ INHABITANTS │ OF │ AMERICA, │ On the following interesting │ SUBJECTS: │ I. Of the Origin and Design of Government in general, │ with concise Remarks on the English Constitution. │ II. Of Monarchy and Hereditary Succession. │ III. Thoughts on the present State of American Affairs. │ IV. Of the present Ability of America, with some mis- │ cellaneous Reflections. │ - │ A NEW EDITION, with several Additions in the Body │ of the Work.  To which is added, an APPENDIX; to- │ gether with an Address to the People called QUAKERS. │ N. B. The New Edition here given increases the Work │ upwards of One-Third. │ = │ By THOMAS PAINE, │ Secretary to the Committee for Foreign Affairs to Congress, │ during the American War, and Author of The Rights of │ Man, and a Letter to the Abbe Raynal. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR J. RIDGWAY, NO. I, YORK-STREET, │ ST. JAMES’S SQUARE. │ M.DCC.XCI [1791].
Bound with:
Paine, Thomas.  A │ LETTER │ ADDRESSED TO THE │ ABBE RAYNAL, │ ON THE AFFAIRS OF │ NORTH-AMERICA: │ IN WHICH │ THE MISTAKES IN THE ABBE’s ACCOUNT │ OF THE │ REVOLUTION OF AMERICA, │ ARE CORRECTED AND CLEARED UP. │ = │ BY THOMAS PAINE, │ SECRETARY FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO CONGRESS DURING │ THE AMERICAN WAR, AND AUTHOR OF THE WORKS, │ “COMMON SENSE, AND RIGHTS OF MAN.” │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR J. S. JORDAN, No. I66, FLEET-STREET. │ M,DCC,XCI [1791].
And
Paine, Thomas.  RIGHTS OF MAN: │ BEING AN │ ANSWER TO MR. BURKE’s ATTACK │ ON THE │ FRENCH REVOLUTION. │ - │ FIFTH EDITION. │ - │ BY │ THOMAS PAINE, │ SECRETARY FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO CONGRESS IN THE │ AMERICAN WAR, AND │ AUTHOR OF THE WORKS INTITLED “COMMON SENSE,” │ AND “A LETTER TO THE ABBE RAYNAL.” │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR J. S. JORDAN, No. I66, FLEET-STREET. │ MDCCXCI [1791].
Armorial bookplate of Geoffrey C. Hobbs.
1305 Paley, William.  A │ VIEW │ OF THE │ EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY. │ IN THREE PARTS. │ - │ PART I. │ OF THE DIRECT HISTORICAL EVIDENCE OF CHRIS- │ TIANITY, AND WHEREIN IT IS DISTINGUISHED │ FROM THE EVIDENCE ALLEDGED FOR │ OTHER MIRACLES. │ PART II. │ OF THE AUXILIARY EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY. │ PART III. │ A BRIEF CONSIDERATION OF SOME POPULAR │ OBJECTIONS. │ - │ BY WILLIAM PALEY, M. A. │ ARCHDEACON OF CARLISLE. │ - │ [Gothic:] Dublin: │ PRINTED BY JOHN PASLEY, │ FOR J. MILLIKEN, 32, GRAFTON-STREET. │ - │ 1794.
            8°.  Amorial bookplate of John Wriacon Becher.  Signed on title-page “John Newman”.
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  PALMER, Samuel
1305A Palmer, Samuel. “Christmas” From Bampfylde’s Sonnet [art print] Disbound from A.H. Palmer’s Samuel Palmer, a memoir (London: Fine Art Society, 1882)
            Etching, B&W.  29 x 21 cm.  Image: 10 x 8 cm.
1306 Barton, Griselda and Michael TongUnderriver:  Samuel Palmer's Golden Valley:  Samuel Palmer was one of England's greatest 19th Century landscape painters who came from London to live and work in the Kentish village of Shoreham, below the verdant chalk hills of the North Downs.  Through his artistic perception Shoreham was to have immortality bestowed upon it as "The Valley of Vision".  Palmer often walked at night to the distant hills where he could see the sun rise over "the flower of Kentish scenery".  Below the hills was his "Golden Valley" -- the hamlet of Underriver.  Foreword by Raymond Lister.  (Brasted Chart, Westerham, Kent:  Froglet Publications Ltd, August 1995)
1306A Goldman, Paul.  “Samuel Palmer Etcher and Illustrator,” in Antiquarian Book Monthly Review, Vol. XIX, Number 11, Issue 223 (November 1992), pp. 498-501.
1307 Lister, Raymond.  Samuel Palmer and his etchings. (London: Faber and Faber, 1969)  ISBN: 057108978X.
1308 Lister, RaymondSamuel Palmer in Palmer Country with topographical notes by A.K. Astbury (East Bergholt, Suffolk: Hugh Tempest Radford, 1980)
1309 Lister, RaymondThe Writings of Samuel Palmer.  Extrait de la Gazette des Beaux-Arts (Avril 1973), 253-256.
1310 Pressly, William L. "Samuel Palmer:  The Etching Dream:  An Exhibition Held January 6-February 7, 1971 [and] Ross, Barbara T.  “Drawings by Samuel Palmer in The Art Museum: Checklist” [in] Record of the Art Museum, Princeton University, Vol. XXIX, No. 2 (1970).
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1310A Pearl (Middle English poem). English & English (Middle English)  Pearl A Modernised Version of the Middle English Poem by Victor Watts. With an introduction by Kathleen Raine and the original text glossed and edited by David Fuller and Corinne Saunders (London: Enitharmon, 2005)
            Library copy is no. 3 of “50 copies … numbered and signed by the editors, … slipcased by The Fine Bindery”.
1311 Percy, Thomas.  THE │ HERMIT OF WARKWORTH, │ A Northumberland Ballad. │ BY THE │ REV. DR. PERCY. │ EMBELLISHED WITH WOOD ENGRAVINGS │ BY │ NESBITT AND CLENNELL, │ FROM DESIGNS BY THURSTON. │ [Vignette] │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR ROBERT SCHOLEY, 46, PATERNOSTER-ROW. │ By Thomas Davidson, Whitefriars. │  - │ 1806.
4°, in full sprinkled calf, with 8 not very interesting plates.
1312 MISCELLANEOUS │ PIECES │ Relating to the │ CHINESE. │ VOL. I[-II]. │ [4 Chinese characters, one per line for] ve, ki, chi, chi. │ Omnia explorare intellectum perficit CONFUCIUS │ LONDON: │ Printed for R. and J. DODSLEY in Pall-mall. │ MDCCLXII [1762].
Small 8°, in contemporary full mottled calf, the edges curiously painted (not marbled) in leaf-like patterns in red and black (or dark blue); marbled end-papers; signature on the title pages of John Hamilton [perhaps the painter (fl. 1765-86)].  Edited by Thomas Percy.
1313 RELIQUES │ OF │ ANCIENT ENGLISH POETRY: │ CONSISTING OF │ Old Heroic BALLADS, SONGS, and other │ PIECES of our earlier POETS, │ (Chiefly of the LYRIC kind.) │ Together with some few of later Date │ THE SECOND EDITION. │ VOLUME THE FIRST[-THIRD] │ [Vignette] │ LONDON: │ Printed for J. DODSLEY in Pall-Mall. │ M DCC LXVII [1767].
            8°.  Library has vols. 2-3 only.  Bookplate of “Mr. Cooper Henley”.  Edited by Thomas Percy.
1314 RELIQUES │ OF │ ANCIENT ENGLISH POETRY: │ CONSISTING OF │ Old Heroic BALLADS, SONGS, and other │ PIECES of our earlier POETS, │ Together with some few of later Date. │ THE THIRD EDITION. │ VOLUME THE FIRST[-THIRD] │ [Vignette] │ LONDON: │ Printed for J. DODSLEY in Pall Mall. │ M DCC LXXV [1775].
            8°.  Library has vol. 1 only.  Signed “John Wells 1777” on bottom of last page. Edited by Thomas Percy.
  1812
1315 RELIQUES │ OF │ [Gothic:] Ancient English Poetry: │ CONSISTING OF │ OLD HEROIC BALLADS, SONGS, │ AND OTHER PIECES │ OF OUR │ EARLIER POETS; │ TOGETHER WITH SOME FEW OF LATER DATE. │ - │ THE FIFTH EDITION. │ IN THREE VOLUMES. │ VOL. I[-III] │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR F.C. AND J. RIVINGTON, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD, │ AND LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN, │ PATERNOSTER-ROW. │ - │ 1812.
8°, in contemporary full calf, joints very worn.  The paste-down in each volume is inscribed "Colin A. Macaulay │ From his Mother │ 1864.", and each volume has Ged's Ex Libris plate.  Edited by Thomas Percy.
1315A Philips, Ambrose.  THE │ DISTREST MOTHER. │ A │ TRAGEDY. │ = │ TRANSLATED BY │ AMBROSE PHILIPS, │ FROM THE ANDROMAQUE OF RACINE. │ = │ ADAPTED FOR │ THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION, │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRES-ROYAL, │ DRURY-LANE, AND COVENT-GARDEN. │ = │ REGULATED FROM THE PROMPT-BOOKS, │ By Permission of the Managers. │ = │ “The Lines distinguished by inverted Commas, are omitted in the Representation.” │ = │ LONDON: │ = │ Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of │ JOHN BELL, [Gothic:] British Library, STRAND, │ Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. │ - │M DCC XCI [1791].
Bound with:
Jones, Henry.  THE │ EARL OF ESSEX. │ = │ A │ TRAGEDY, │ BY HENRY JONES. │ = │ ADAPTED FOR │ THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION, │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRE-ROYAL, IN COVENT-GARDEN, │ = │ REGULATED FROM THE PROMPT-BOOKS, │ By Permission of the Managers. │ = │ “The Lines distinguished by inverted Commas, are omitted in the Representation.” │ = │ LONDON: │ = │ Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of │ JOHN BELL, [Gothic:] British Library, STRAND, │ Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. │ - │ MDCCXCI [1791].
And
Rowe, Nicholas.  JANE SHORE. │ = │ A │ TRAGEDY. │ BY N. ROWE, ESQ. │ = │ ADAPTED FOR │ THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION, │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRES-ROYAL, │ DRURY-LANE AND COVENT-GARDEN, │ = │ REGULATED FROM THE PROMPT-BOOKS, │ By Permission of the Managers. │ = │ “The Lines distinguished by inverted Commas, are omitted in the Representation.” │ = │ LONDON: │ = │ Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of │ JOHN BELL, [Gothic:] British Library, STRAND, │ Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. │ - │ MDCCXCI [1791].
And
Shirley, WilliamEDWARD │ THE │ BLACK PRINCE; │ OR,  THE │ BATTLE OF POICTIERS, │ = │ AN HISTORICAL TRAGEDY, │ BY W. SHIRLEY, ESQ. │ = │ ADAPTED FOR │ THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION, │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRE-ROYAL, │ DRURY-LANE, │ = │ REGULATED FROM THE PROMPT-BOOKS, │ By Permission of the Managers. │ = │ “The Lines distinguished by inverted Commas, are omitted in the Representation.” │ = │ LONDON: │ = │ Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of │ JOHN BELL, [Gothic:] British Library, STRAND, │ Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. │ - │ MDCCXCI [1791].
1315E Peri tēs tou pantos physeōs. English. OCELLUS LUCANUS │ ON THE NATURE OF THE UNIVERSE. │ TAURUS, THE PLATONIC PHILOSOPHER, │ ON THE ETERNITY OF THE WORLD. │ JULIUS FIRMICUS MATERNUS │ OF THE THEMA MUNDI; │ IN WHICH THE POSITIONS OF THE STARS AT THE │ COMMENCEMENT OF THE SEVERAL MUNDANE │ PERIODS IS GIVEN. │ SELECT THEOREMS │ ON THE PERPETUITY OF TIME, BY PROCLUS. │ - │ TRANSLATED FROM THE ORIGINALS BY │ THOMAS TAYLOR. │ - │ [2 line motto in Greek with English translation - Archytas] │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR THE TRANSLATOR; AND SOLD BY JOHN BOHN, │ HENRIETTA-STREET; HENRY BOHN, YORK-STREET; │ AND THOMAS RODD, GREAT NEWPORT-STREET. │ - │ MDCCCXXXI [1831].
8°, in contemporary pebble-grain dark green cloth with spine-label.  Colophon (p. 96):  "PRINTED BY RICHARD TAYLOR, RED LION COURT, FLEET STREET."  On the top left corner of the front paste-down is a rectangular pink ticket:  "SOLD BY │ WILLIAM BROWN, │ 130, OLD STREET, │ [Gothic:] London. │ Libraries purchased."  Beneath it is a cutting from a catalogue describing the book. 
1316 THE │ PICTURE OF LONDON, │ FOR │ 1820; │ BEING │ [Gothic:] A Correct Guide │ TO ALL THE │ CURIOSITIES, AMUSEMENTS, EXHIBITIONS, PUBLIC │ ESTABLISHMENTS, AND REMARKABLE OBJECTS, │ IN AND NEAR LONDON. │ WITH │ A COLLECTION OF APPROPRIATE TABLES, │ ILLUSTRATED BY │ TWO LARGE MAPS, │ AND EMBELLISHED WITH │ ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY VIEWS. │ = │ THE TWENTY-FIRST EDITION. │ = │ [Gothic:] London: │ PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN, │ PATERNOSTER-ROW; │ AND SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS; │ And at the Bars of all the principal Inns and Coffee-houses. │ - │ [Price 9s. Bound.]
[Added engraved title-page:] THE │ PICTURE │ OF │ LONDON │ 1820. │ [Vignette of Hyde Park Corner] │ LONDON. │ PUBLISHED BY LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME & BROWN. │ PATERNOSTER ROW.
            6°.  Library copy lacks 2nd map.
1317

Pilkington, Matthew.  THE │ GENTLEMAN’S AND CONNOISSEUR’S │ DICTIONARY │ OF │ PAINTERS. │ CONTAINING │ A complete COLLECTION, and ACCOUNT, of the most distinguished ARTISTS, who │ have flourished in the ART of PAINTING, at ROME, VENICE, NAPLES, FLORENCE, │ and other Cities of ITALY; in HOLLAND, FLANDERS, ENGLAND, GERMANY, │ or FRANCE; from the Year 1250, when the ART of PAINTING was revived by │ CIMABUE, to the Year 1767; including abouve Five Hundred Years, and the Number │ of Artists amounting to near One Thousand Four Hundred. │ EXTRACTED FROM │ The most authentic Writers who have treated on the Subject of Painting, in Latin, Italian, Spanish, English, French, and Low Dutch. │ TO WHICH ARE ADDED, │ TWO CATALOGUES: │ The one, a CATALOGUE of the DISCIPLES of the most famous MASTERS, for the Use of │ those who desire to obtain a critical Knowledge of the different Hands and Manners of the │ different Schools:--The other, a CATALOGUE of those PAINTERS who imitated the Works │ of the eminent Masters so exactly, as to have their Copies frequently mistaken for Originals. │ = │ The Whole being digested in a more easy and instructive Method than has hitherto appeared; and calculated for │ general Entertainment and Instruction, as well as for the particular Use of the Admirers and Professors of the │ ART of PAINTING. │= │ By the Rev. M. PILKINGTON, A. M. │ VICAR OF DONABATE AND PORTRAINE, IN THE DIOCESE OF DUBLIN. │ = │ A NEW EDITION. │ TO WHICH IS ADDED, │ A SUPPLEMENT: │ CONTAINING │ ANECDOTES OF THE LATEST AND MOST CELEBRATED ARTISTS, │ INCLUDING SEVERAL BY LORD ORFORD; │ ALSO, │ REMARKS ON THE PRESENT STATE OF THE ART OF PAINTING, │ By JAMES BARRY, Esq. R. A. │ PROFESSOR OF PAINTING TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY. │ = │ [Three lines by Vida One line by Cicero] │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY W. AND C. SPILSBURY, SNOW-HILL, │ FOR J. WALKER, NO. 44, PATERNOSTER-ROW, AND T. BELLAMY, KING-STREET, │ COVENT-GARDEN. │ - │ 1798.
[Cover of each number] Saturday, April 15 [22, 29, May 6, 13, 20, 27, June 3, 10, 17, 24, July 1,8, 15, 22, 29, August 5, 12, 19, 26, (September 2), 9, 16, 23, 30, October 7, 14, 21, 28, November 4, 11, 18, 25, December 26], 1797. │ 3[-36] No III[-XXXVI]. │ (PRICE ONE SHILLING) │ PILKINGTON's │ DICTIONARY │ OF │ PAINTERS, │ ELEGANTLY PRINTED IN QUARTO, AND HOT-PRESSED. │ = │ To be continued WEEKLY, till the Whole is completed, │ IN THIRTY-SIX NUMBERS, │ CORRECTED and ENLARGED by the EDITOR. │ A few Copies will be printed on Superfine Vellum Wove Paper. │ = │ TO THE PUBLIC. │ THE uncommon Progress of Painting in these Kingdoms, patronised │ and cultivated by People of the first Distinction, render a re-publication of │ this Work necessary.  The late Sir JOSHUA REYNOLDS, that great Luminary │ of the divine ART, approved so highly of Mr. PILKINGTON's Labours, that │ he thought himself flattered by the Dedication, and has often expressed his │ Approbation in the following terms:  "Mr. PILKINGTON's Work is an │ invaluable Acquisition to Painting;--to uncommon Industry, he has added │ Elegance and Judgment; and, what seldom occurs, has happily contrived to │ mingle the utile dulci." │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY W. AND C. SPILSBURY, │ FOR J. WALKER, No 44, PATERNOSTER-ROW [No. 24 ff. adds: , AND T. BELLAMY, KING- │ STREET, COVENT-GARDEN]. │ =
4°, in pristine original bluish-grey paper wrappers bearing the titles. The title-page is in the last number. On the verso of the back-wrapper are advertisements for J. Walker. Bought summer 1977.

 No. 23 is misprinted with the cover of No. 22 (August 26, 1797), the "22" corrected to "23" and the "XXII" to "XXIII".

1318 Pilkington, Matthew.  A │ DICTIONARY │ OF │ PAINTERS │ FROM THE REVIVAL OF THE ART TO THE PRESENT PERIOD; │ BY │ THE REV. M. PILKINGTON, A.M. │ A │ NEW EDITION, │ WITH CONSIDERABLE ADDITIONS, AN APPENDIX, AND AN INDEX; │ BY │ HENRY FUSELI, R.A. │ = │ [Three lines from Virgil] │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR J. WALKER; WILKIE AND ROBINSON; R. LEA; J. STOCKDALE; SCATCHERD │ AND LETTERMAN; CUTHELL AND MARTIN; VERNOR, HOOD, AND SHARPE; LONGMAN, │ HURST, REES, AND ORME; CADELL AND DAVIES; LACKINGTON, ALLEN, AND CO.; │ BLACK, PARRY, AND KINGSBURY; W. MILLER; J. HARDING; J. MAWMAN; J. MURRAY; │ CROSBY AND CO.; J. FAULDER; AND J. JOHNSON AND CO. │ - │ 1810.
1318A Pindar, Paul, esq.  REMARKABLE BIOGRAPHY; │ OR THE │ [Gothic:] Peculiarities and Eccentricities │ OF THE │ HUMAN CHARACTER DISPLAYED. │ - │ BY PAUL PINDAR, ESQ. │ - │ “THE PROPER STUDY OF MANKIND IS MAN.” │ - │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY H. ROWE, AMEN CORNER, PATERNOSTER ROW. │ - │ 1821.
1319 Pinkerton, John.  THE | MEDALLIC | HISTORY | OF | ENGLAND | TO THE REVOLUTION. | - | WITH FORTY PLATES. | - | LONDON: | PRINTED FOR EDWARDS AND SONS, PALL MALL; | AND | FAULDER, IN NEW BOND STREET. | M.DCC.XC [1790].
4°, in sound, handsome Etruscan calf (Bentley believed, as did the vendor) in a border round a green calf panel – rebacked with, Bentley thinks, the original spine. Bound 26 June 1991 at Classics Bookshop.
1320 Podmore, Colin, The Moravian Church in England, 1728-1760.  (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998)
In black cloth with dark blue dust-jacket. 
1320A POEMS, │ MORAL, │ ELEGANT AND PATHETIC: │ VIZ. │ [2 columns; col. 1:] ESSAY ON MAN, BY POPE; │ THE MONK OF LA TRAPPE, │ BY JERNINGHAM; │ THE GRAVE, BY BLAIR; │ [Column 2:] AN ELEGY IN A COUNTRY │ CHURCHYARD, BY GRAY; │ THE HERMIT OF WARK- │ WORTH, BY PERCY; [End of columns] │ AND │ ORIGINAL SONNETS, │ BY HELEN MARIA WILLIAMS. │ - │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR E. NEWBERY, THE CORNER OF ST. PAUL'S │ CHURCH-YARD; AND VERNOR AND HOOD, │ BIRCHIN-LANE, CORNHILL. │ - │ 1796.
8°, in full mottled calf, with the crude book-plate of "WY │ Hay", and a pencil inscription:  "A Birth Day Gift from my respected Friend Miss Thomson", "Aug[?] 1 1817", "M H Smith ... [hard to read]".  There are 6 very interesting plates designed and engraved by H. Richter (1796).
1321 POEMS | ON | THE ABOLITION | OF THE | SLAVE TRADE; | WRITTEN BY | JAMES MONTGOMERY, JAMES GRAHAME, | AND | E. BENGER. | [Gothic:] Embellished with Engravings | FROM | PICTURES PAINTED BY R. SMIRKE, ESQ. R.A. | = | LONDON: | PRINTED FOR R. BOYWER, THE PROPRIETOR, | NO 80, PALL MALL, | BY T. BENSLEY, BOLT COURT, FLEET STREET. | 1809.
[Added title-page:] POEMS | ON THE | ABOLITION | OF THE | SLAVE TRADE. | [Vignette] | R. Smirke R.A. del. – A. Raimbach sculp. | Pub. By R. Bowyer, Pall Mall, Jan, 1, 1810.
            4°  Library copy lacks 3 plates.
1322 THE | POETICAL REGISTER, | AND | REPOSITORY | OF | FUGITIVE POETRY, | FOR | 1801-[1805]. | = | LONDON: | PRINTED FOR F. AND C. RIVINGTON, | NO. 62, ST. PAUL’S CHURCH YARD; | BY BYE AND LAW, ST. JOHN’S SQUARE, CLERKENWELL. | - | 1802-[1807].
            Library has vols. For 1801 to 1805.  Each vol. signed on fly-leaf , “E.P. Ross Kilravoch Castle 1807” except vol. for 1801 signed on front paste-down, “E.P. Ross Edinburgh 1804”.
1323 Pollard, M. (Mary)  A Dictionary of Members of the Dublin Book Trade 1550-1800 based on the records of the Guild of St Luke the Evangelist Dublin.  (London: Bibliographical Society, 2000) ISBN: 0948170115.
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1324 Pope, Alexander.  THE | ESSAY ON MAN, | AND | OTHER POEMS. | BY | ALEXANDER POPE. | = | CHISWICK: | [Gothic:] From the Press of C. Whittingham, | COLLEGE HOUSE. | SOLD BY R. JENNINGS, POULTRY; T. TEGG, CHEAPSIDE; | A. K. NEWMAN AND CO. LEADENHALL STREET; LONDON: | J. SUTHERLAND, EDINBURGH; | AND RICHARD GRIFFIN AND CO. GLASGOW. | - | 1822.
[Added engraved title-page:] AN | ESSAY ON MAN | AND | OTHER POEMS | BY | ALEXANDER POPE. | [Vignette – T. Stothard/Romney] | CHISWICK. | PRINTED BY C. WHITTINGHAM. | FOR THOMAS TEGG, CHEAPSIDE, R JENNINGS, POULTRY, | A.K. NEWMAN & CO. LONDON. & R. GRIFFIN & CO. GLASGOW. | OCTOBER 1. 1822.
            8°.  Frontispiece designed by T. Stothard.
1325 Pope, Alexander.  The Poems of Alexander Pope. A One-Volume Edition of the Twickenham Text With Selected Annotations Edited by John Butt.  (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1963)  ISBN: 0300000308
1326 Pope, Alexander.  THE | POETICAL WORKS | OF | ALEXANDER POPE. | A NEW EDITION. | = | ADORNED WITH PLATES. | = | VOLUME I[-VI]. | - | [Gothic:] London: | PRINTED FOR F. J. DU ROVERAY, | By T. Bensley, Bolt Court; | AND SOLD BY J. AND A. ARCH, CORNHILL; AND | E. LLOYD, HARLEY STREET. | 1804.
            8°.  Six volumes in three. Bound uniformly with Du Roveray’s publications of Pope’s translations of Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey.  Includes plates by Fuseli, Burney, Stothard, Westall and others engraved by Schiavonetti, Fittler, James Heath and others.
1327 Homer.  THE | ILIAD | OF | HOMER, | TRANSLATED BY A. POPE. | A NEW EDITION. | = | ADORNED WITH PLATES. | = | VOLUME I[-VI]. | - | [Gothic:] London: | PRINTED FOR F. J. DU ROVERAY, | By T. Bensley, Bolt Court; | AND SOLD BY J. AND A. ARCH, CORNHILL, AND | E. LLOYD, HARLEY STREET. | 1805.
            8°. Six volumes in three. Bound uniformly with Du Roveray’s publications of Pope’s Poetical works and his translation of Homer’s Odyssey.  Includes plates by Fuseli, Burney, Stothard, Westall and others engraved by Schiavonetti, Fittler, James Heath and others.
1328 Homer.  THE | ODYSSEY | OF | HOMER, | TRANSLATED BY A. POPE. | A NEW EDITION. | = | ADORNED WITH PLATES. | = | VOLUME I[-VI]. | - | [Gothic:] London: | PRINTED FOR F. J. DU ROVERAY, | By T. Bensley, Bolt Court; | AND SOLD BY J. AND A. ARCH, CORNHILL, AND | E. LLOYD, HARLEY STREET. | 1806.
            8°. Six volumes in three. Bound uniformly with Du Roveray’s publications of Pope’s Poetical works and his translation of Homer’s Iliad.  Includes plates by Fuseli, Burney, Westall and others engraved by Schiavonetti, Fittler, James Heath and others.
1329 Pope, Alexander.  THE | POETICAL WORKS | OF | ALEXANDER POPE; | WITH HIS LIFE | BY | SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D. | AND | ILLUSTRATED WITH ENGRAVINGS, | FROM | PAINTINGS AND DESIGNS | OF | HOWARD, STOTHARD, WESTALL, &c. &c. | MEMBERS OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY. | - | VOL. I[-II]. | = | LONDON: | PRINTED BY WHITTINGHAM AND ROWLAND, | Goswell Street; | FOR SHARPE AND HAILES, OPPOSITE ALBANY, | PICCADILLY. | - | 1811.
            8°
1330 Pope, Alexander.  THE | RAPE of the LOCK. | AN | HEROI-COMICAL | POEM. | In FIVE CANTO’S. | - | Written by Mr. POPE. | - | ------- A tonso est hoc nomen adepta capilo. | Ovid. | - | The FOURTH EDITION Corrected. | - | LONDON: | Printed for BERNARD LINTOTT, at the Cross- | Keys, between the two Temple Gates in | Fleet-street. 1715.
            8°.  Rebound.
1331 Pope, Alexander.  THE | RAPE OF THE LOCK, | AN | HEROI-COMICAL POEM, | BY | A. POPE. | = | ADORNED WITH PLATES. | = | LONDON: | [Gothic:] Printed by T. Bensley; | FOR F. J. DU ROVERAY, GREAT ST. HELENS; | AND SOLD BY J. AND A. ARCH, GRACECHURCH- | STREET; AND J. WRIGHT, PICCADILLY. | - | 1798.
            8°.  Includes engraved plates after designs by E.F. Burney, Stothard (3) and Fuseli.
1332 Pope, Alexander.  [General title-page from vol. 1 only:] THE | WORKS | OF | Alexander Pope, Esq. | IN SIX VOLUMES COMPLETE. | WITH HIS LAST | CORRECTIONS, ADDITIONS, | and IMPROVEMENTS; | TOGETHER WITH | All his NOTES, as they were delivered to | the EDITOR a little before his Death: | Printed verbatim from the Octavo Edition of | Mr. WARBURTON. | = | LONDON: | Printed for C. Bathurst, J. Rivington & Sons, B. White, | T.Longman, B. Law, S. Crowder, J. Robson, | J. Johnson, J. Knox, G. Robinson & Co. T. Cadell, | J. Nichols, R. Baldwin, and J. Bew. | M DCC LXXXVIII [1788].
[Each volume has separate title-page with contents:] THE | WORKS | OF | Alexander Pope, Esq. | VOLUME I[-VI]. | CONTAINING HIS | … | - | LONDON: | Printed for C. Bathurst, J. Rivington & Sons, B. White, | T.Longman, B. Law, S. Crowder, J. Robson, | J. Johnson, J. Knox, G. Robinson & Co. T. Cadell, | J. Nichols, R. Baldwin, and J. Bew. | M DCC LXXXVIII [1788].
[Vols. 2-4 have imprint:] LONDON: | Printed for C. BATHURST; J. RIVINGTON and Sons; | B. WHITE; T. LONGMAN; B. LAW; S. CROWDER; | J. ROBSON; J. JOHNSON; J. KNOX; G. ROBINSON | and Co.; T. CADELL; J. NICHOLS; R. BALDWIN; | and J. BEW. | M DCC LXXXVII [1787]
[Vols. 5-6 have imprint:] LONDON: | Printed for C. BATHURST; J. RIVINGTON and Sons; | B. WHITE; T. LONGMAN; B. LAW; S. CROWDER; | J. ROBSON; J. JOHNSON; J. KNOX; G. ROBINSON | and Co.; T. CADELL; J. NICHOLS; R. BALDWIN; | and J. BEW. | M DCC LXXXVIII [1788].
            12° in 6 vols. Twenty-four plates in the first three volumes.  Does not include Pope’s translations of Homer.
1333 Warton, Joseph.  AN | ESSAY | ON THE | GENIUS | AND | WRITINGS | OF | POPE. | - | VOLUME THE SECOND. |= | LONDON: | PRINTED FOR J. DODSLEY, IN PALL-MALL. | M.DCC.LXXXII [1782].
            8°
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1334 Pye, John. PATRONAGE | OF | BRITISH ART, | AN HISTORICAL SKETCH: | COMPRISING | AN ACCOUNT OF THE RISE AND PROGRESS OF ART AND | ARTISTS IN LONDON, | FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE REIGN OF GEORGE THE SECOND: | TOGETHER WITH | A HISTORY OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE MANAGEMENT AND | DISTRIBUTION OF THE ARTISTS’ FUND, |  FROM ITS ESTABLISHMENT IN 1818, TO ITS INCORPORATION IN 1827. | ILLUSTRATED | WITH NOTES, HISTORICAL, BIOGRAPHICAL, AND EXPLANATORY. | BY JOHN PYE, | LANDSCAPE-ENGRAVER, HONORARY MEMBER OF THE IMPERIAL ACADEMY | OF ARTS, ST. PETERSBURGH. | - | “It is presumed that reasonable men look for nothing further than mere | information in the writings of artists.” – BARRY. | -  | LONDON: | LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, AND LONGMANS, | PATERNOSTER ROW. | - | 1845.
8°, in contemporary stamped dull green cloth with PATRONAGE | OF | BRITISH ART, | AN | HISTORICAL | SKETCH. | BY JOHN PYE, | 1845 gilt on the spine.   On the last page (422) is the colophon of MOYES AND BARCLAY, CASTLE STREET, | LEICESTER SQUARE. On the front pastedown is the large, elaborate, curious bookplate of Sir Ernest Cable.  At the back are bound two leaves ((“Printed by Moyes and Barclay, Castle Street, Leicester Square”) of New Works Published by J. Hogarth, 60, Great Portland Street, London.  There is a folding table and many portraits, some of them quite good.
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1335 Quarles, Francis.  EMBLEMS, | Divine and Moral; | Together with | HIEROGLYPHICKS | OF THE | [Gothic:] Life of Man. | - | Written by FRANCIS QUARLES. | - | Hæc laus, hic apex sapientiæ est, ea vi- | uentem appetere, quæ morienti forent | appetenda. | = | LONDON: Printed for A. Bettesworth, J. Batley, and | T. Combes, in Pater-noster-Row; S. Ballard and A. | Ward in Little Britain; J. Bateman and J. Nicks in | St. Paul’s Church-yard; J. Lacy in Fleet street, and | J. Clarke at the Royal Exchange. 1723.
[Added engraved title-page:] EMBLEMES | By Fra: Quarles
            12°
1336 Quarles, Francis.  EMBLEMS, | DIVINE AND MORAL, | BY | FRANCIS QUARLES. | [Vignette] | [Gothic:] Printed at the Chiswick Press, | BY C. WHITTINGHAM. | SOLD BY R. JENNINGS, POULTRY, LONDON. | - | 1818.
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1337 Rainsford, MarcusAn Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti:  Comprehending a View of the Principal Transactions in the Revolution of Saint Domingo with its Ancient and Modern State (London:  Albion Press Printed, Published by James Cundee and sold by C. Chapple, 1805)
4°, in modern brown cloth, lacking the half-title, title page, frontispiece, advertisement (pp. v-vii), introduction (pp. ix-xix), contents (pp. xxi-xxiii), and errata (p. xxiv), map of the island, plan of the city, last five pages of the index, 3 pp. of advertisements, which are supplied in reproductions from the Bodley copy.
1338 Raphael.  [Sideways title:]  THE │ GALLERY OF RAPHAEL, │ CALLED HIS │ BIBLE, │ BEING │ FIFTY-TWO PRINTS, │ AFTER PICTURES │ PAINTED BY RAPHAEL │ AND HIS DISCIPLES │ IN THE LODGES OF THE VATICAN, │  ENGRAVED IN THE ACADEMY OF ARTS AT GLASGOW. │ GLASGOW: │ PRINTED BY ROBERT AND ANDREW FOULIS, │ PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY, │ M.DCC.LXX [1770].
Lacks original covers; rebound and interleaved.  The title page and 54 engravings are printed sideways without imprint or signature.  WATERMARKS:  J WHATMAN │ TURKEY MILL │ 1822 on guard-leaves; one fly-leaf has a crown and 1819; the watermark on the prints is indecipherable. Library copy lacks sixth plate.
1339 Raphael.  SACRÆ │ HISTORIÆ ACTA │ A RAPHAELE VRBIN- │ IN VATICANIS XYSTIS │ AD PICTVRÆ MIRACVLVM │ EXPRESSA │ NICOLAVS CHAPRON │ GALLVS A SE │ DELINEATA ET INCISA │ D.D.D. │ ROMÆ MDCXXXXIX [1649] Cum Priuil. sum Pontifiriset Christianiss. Maiestatis │ [Below the design of a prophet:]  N. Chapron fecit. Romæ in Æde D. Augustini [and at the top of the page:] NOBILISSIMO VIRO DNO ÆGIDIO RENARD │ Regis Consiliario rerum bessicaru desceptatoriet Censori, Equitum Cataphiractorum & Peditum Prætorianorum Archistratego, Regiæ supereffrectilis Recuperatori. suo & omnium bonarum Artium Moecenati Amplissimo.
Oblong 4° (Flaxman shape)
Copy 1: 1st state. Has bookplates of “Belton House” (inside front cover) and “The Rt. Honble. John Ld. Brownlowe, Baron Charleville, & Viscount Tyrconnel in the Kingdom of Ireland” (title-page verso).  Lacks plate 5.
Copy 2: 3rd or 4th state, bound in green 19th Century marbled boards with perished morocco spine.  Each leaf has pulled free of the stitching. Has Petrus Mariette, excudit below imprint on title-page scroll; and Typis Petri Mariette Via jacobea sub insig Spei on most of the plates inside plate mark.
1340 THE WORKS │ OF │ RAFFAELLE, DOMENICHINO, POUSSIN, │ AND │ ALBANO, │ CONSISTING OF │ FOUR HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIVE │ [Gothic:] Engravings, │ FROM │ PICTURES PAINTED BY THOSE GREAT MASTERS │ PRINCIPALLY FOR THE │ ILLUSTRATION OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES, │ PRECEDED BY THE │ LIVES OF THE ARTISTS, │ AND BY CONCISE NOTICES OF THEIR PRODUCTIONS. │ TOGETHER WITH │ REFERENCES TO THE VARIOUS PASSAGES OF SCRIPTURE THEY ARE INTENDED │ TO ILLUSTRATE. │ - │ IN FIVE VOLUMES QUARTO. │ [Two columns, separated by a vertical rule; Column 1:] VOL. I.  RAFFAELLE. │ VOL. II.  RAFFAELLE. [Column 2:] VOL. III.  DOMENICHINO. │ VOL. IV. POUSSIN, AND ALBANO. [End of columns.] │ VOL. V. │ CONTAINING A SERIES OF ENGRAVINGS AFTER THE ABOVE MASTERS, FORMING │ A COLLECTION OF SPLENDID ILLUSTRATIONS TO THE CALENDAR. │ - │ VOL. II[-IV]. │ - │ [Gothic:] London: │ PRINTED BY BENSLEY AND SON, │ Bolt Court, Fleet Street;m│ FOR ROBERT BOWYER, No 80, PALL MALL. │ 1819.
4°, Vol. II-IV only, bound in modern $1°black buckram over green marbled boards, apparently by the Canadian Law Book Company, 100 Richmond Street East, Toronto, whose ticket is in each volume.  Vol. II title page verso has a stamp:  "GEORGE NATHAN NEWMAN │ 7-20-39 D", with in pencil "(3)", and a stamped Red number (352212 -- Vol. III-IV have 352213-4). The text is in English (on wove paper, with Bensley's imprint) and in French (on laid paper with quite a different type-face and no imprint).  There are 125 outline engravings in Vol. II, 52 in Vol. III, and 117 in Vol. IV.
1341 Ravenet, Simon François.  TOBIAS’s NUPTIAL NIGHT. Le Sueur pinxt., R. Earlom delint. S.F. Ravenet Sculpsit. From the Original Picture, painted by Eustache le Sueur, In the Collection of the Right Honourable the Earl of Besborough; To whom this PLATE is most Humbly Dedicated, by his Lordship’s most Obliged, Size of the picture, 2F. 10I by 3F. 11I in length. – and most Obedient Servant. │ No. 29. – Published by J. Boydell, Engraver, in Cheapside, London; Jany. 1st. 1767.  JOHN BOYDELL.
1 engraved print. Plate mark, 44 x 54 cm. Sheet, 48 x 60 cm.  Possibly from Boydell’s “Collection of prints, engraved from the most capital paintings in England”.
1342 Retzsch, Moritz. GALLERIE ZU SHAKSPEARE'S │ DRAMATISCHEN WERKEN │ - │ IM UMRISSEN, │ ERFUNDEN UND GESTOCHEN │ VON │ MORITZ RETZSCH. │ = │ ERSTER LIEFERUNG. │ HAMLET. │ XVII BLAETTER. │ = │ MIT C.A. BŒTTIGER'S ANDEUTUNGEN │ UND │ DEN SZENISCHEN STELLEN DES TEXTES. │ [EF monogram in a circle] │ HERAUSGEGEBEN │ VON │ ERNST FLEISCHER. │ - │ LEIPSIG UND LONDON.  │ - │ 1828.
[Added title-page in English:] RETZSCH'S │ OUTLINES │ TO │ SHAKSPEARE. │ = │ FIRST SERIES. │ HAMLET. │ SEVENTEEN PLATES. │ = │ [EF monogram in a circle] │ - │ GENUINE ORIGINAL EDITION. │ - │ - │ LEIPSIC: │ PUBLISHED BY ERNEST FLEISCHER, │ (No. 626, NEW-MARKET.) │ - │ 1828 │ - │ LONDON:  SOLD BY TREUTTEL & WUERTZ, TREUTTEL JUN. & RICHTER. │ (SOHO SQUARE.)
Folio, in original buff boards with decorated label of HAMLET.  Inscribed "Selina Constance Hastings -- │ April 1828. │ From my dear Sisters" and with a plain book-plate of "Selina Constance Hastings".  There is one page of text (in English, German, and French) for each plate.  The outline plates are not very interesting.
1343 Richardson, Jonathan.  AN │ ESSAY │ ON THE │ THEORY │ OF │ PAINTING. │ - │ By Mr. RICHARDSON. │ - │ The SECOND EDITION, Enlarg’d, and Corrected. │ - │ [3 lines from Sallust] │ [3 lines nella Vita di Michelagnolo Buonarroti] │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed for A. C. and sold by A. BETTESWORTH │ in Pater-noster-Row. 1725.

1344 Riepenhausen, Franz.  PEINTURES DE POLYGNOTE │ A DELPHES │ DESSINES ET GRAVÉES D'APRES LA DESCRIPTION DE PAUSANIAS │ PAR │ F. & L. RIEPENHAUSEN. │ [Vignette of a couple on a throne beside a 3-headed dog] │ ROME │ MDCCCXXIX [1829].
Folio (c. 22 x 28"), loose in the original grey-blue covers, with some thread still attached.  The paper is rather soft and rumpled, with tears here and there, but rather fine.  Colophon:  "Nihil obstat. │ Fr. Franciscus Ferd. Jubelat Cens. Theol. │ - │ Imprimatur, │ Fr. Jos. M. Velzi S.P.A. Mag. │ IMPRIMATUR, │ J. della Porta Patr. Constantinop. Vicesg. │ - │ EMPRIME A ROME PAR PHIL. ET NICOL. DE ROMANIS AVEC APPROBATION EN 1827.  WATERMARK:  P.M. FABRIANO 1833 (in all plates); P.M. (on pale blue paper cover).  There are 29 scenes in severe outline, quite fine.
1345 Roberts, Daniel Sanjiv.  Revisionary Gleam De Quincey, Coleridge, and the High Romantic Argument. Liverpool English Texts and Studies (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2000) ISBN: 0853238049 (pbk.)
1346 Robertson, William.  THE │ HISTORY │ OF │ AMERICA. │ By WILLIAM ROBERTSON, D.D. │ PRINCIPAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, │ AND HISTORIOGRAPHER TO HIS MAJESTY FOR SCOTLAND. │ VOLUME THE FIRST-[THIRD]. │ DUBLIN: │ Printed for Messrs. PRICE, WHITESTONE, W. WATSON, CORCORAN, │ R. CROSS, SLEATER, SHEPPARD, CHAMBERLAINE, POTTS, J. HOEY, │ FITZSIMONS, WILLIAMS, E. LYNCH, S. WATSON, W. COLLES, │ W. WILSON, MONCRIEFFE, WALKER, EXSHAW, M. HAY, │ ARMITAGE, PORTER, HALLHEAD, T. STEWART, FLIN, │ FAULKNER, BURNET, JENKIN, MILLS, BEATTY, │ SPOTSWOOD, GILBERT, VALLANCE, P. WILSON, │ R. STEWART, P. HOEY, WOGAN, E. CROSS, │ MACELRATH, HIGLEY, WHITE, KIDD, │ GRUEBER, HILLARY, M'KENLY, │ and MAGEE.  M,DCC,LXXVII [1777].
Handsome gilt tree calf.
1347 Robertson, William.  THE │ HISTORY │ OF │ AMERICA. │ By WILLIAM ROBERTSON, D.D. │ PRINCIPAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, │ HISTORIOGRAPHER TO HIS MAJESTY │ FOR SCOTLAND │ AND MEMBER OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF │ HISTORY AT MADRID. │ THE EIGHTH EDITION, │ In which is included the Posthumous Volume, │ CONTAINING │ THE HISTORY OF VIRGINIA, TO THE YEAR 1688; │ AND OF NEW ENGLAND, TO THE YEAR 1652. │ IN THREE VOLUMES. │ Vol. I-[III]. │ LONDON: │ Printed by A. Strahan, Printers-Street, │ FOR T. CADELL JUN. AND W. DAVIES, STRAND, │ AND E. BALFOUR, EDINBURGH. │ [Vol. I-II:] 1800 [Vol. III:] 1801.
No frontispiece to Vol. I.  Plates after Stothard dated 11 February 1801; no plates in Vol. III.
1348 Rogers, Samuel.   THE │ PLEASURES │ OF │ MEMORY, │ WITH OTHER │ POEMS. │ BY SAMUEL ROGERS, ESQ. │ THE NINTH EDITION. │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR T. CADELL, JUNIOR, AND W. DAVIES, │ (SUCCESSORS TO MR. CADELL) STRAND. │ = │ 1796.
            4 plates by J. Neagle (2) and James Heath (2) after designs by Stothard (2) and Westall (2).
1349 Rogers, Samuel.   THE │ PLEASURES │ OF │ MEMORY, │ WITH OTHER │ POEMS. │ BY SAMUEL ROGERS, ESQ. │ A NEW EDITION. │ [Gothic:] London: │ PRINTED FOR T. CADELL AND W. DAVIES, │ IN THE STRAND, │ BY T. BENSLEY, BOLT-COURT, FLEET-STREET. │ 1803.
            Head and tail-pieces after designs by Stothard.
1350 Rogers, Samuel.  THE │ PLEASURES │ OF │ MEMORY, │ WITH OTHER │ POEMS. │ BY SAMUEL ROGERS, ESQ. │ A NEW EDITION, │ With Engravings on Wood by Mr. L. CLENNELL, from │ Drawings by T. STOTHARD, Esq. R.A. │ [Gothic:] London: │ PRINTED FOR T. CADELL AND W. DAVIES, │ IN THE STRAND, │ BY T. BENSLEY, BOLT-COURT, FLEET-STREET. │ 1810.
8° in full calf, gilt, in good condition.  The frequent woodcuts, often of cherubs, are meant to be charming and sometimes are so.
1351 Rogers, Samuel.  POEMS │ BY │ SAMUEL ROGERS. │ [Vignette of woman reading] │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR T. CADELL  AND W. DAVIES, │ IN THE STRAND; │ BY BENSLEY AND SON, BOLT COURT, │ FLEET STREET. │ 1816.
8°, in sound polished greenish calf.  Fly-leaf inscribed in pencil:  "Many of the woodcuts in this are extra fine"; "I thought they would appeal to you, & perhaps give ideas".  On the facing fly in 19th century ink:  "Hannah Needham Champion, │ from her affectionate friend │ Fanny Ramsbotham."  The verso of the title page has a vignette, and under it is:  "The Engravings by J. Clennell, from Drawings by T. Stothard, R.A."
1352 Rogers, Samuel. POEMS │ BY │ SAMUEL ROGERS. │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR T. CADELL, STRAND; AND E. MOXON, │ DOVER-STREET. │ 1834.
in sound new brown morocco over brown boards.  Colophon on half-title verso:  LONDON: │ PRINTED BY BRADBURY AND EVANS, WHITEFRIARS. │ (Late T. Davison.)  There are 72 stipple steel plates mostly engraved by Finden after Turner (34) and Stothard (35).
1353 Rogers, Samuel.  POEMS │ BY │ SAMUEL ROGERS. │ LONDON: │ EDWARD MOXON, DOVER STREET. │ M.DCCC.XXXVIII [1838].
4°, "BOUND BY HAYDAY, 31, LITTLE QUEEN STREET, HOLBORN" with a design of a vase (from a plate at p. 101) on both covers.  Colophon on title page verso and last page (p. 266):  "London Bradbury and Evans, Printers to the Queen, Whitefriars".  The first fly-leaf is inscribed:  "To │ M MGill │ with the dutiful respects │ Of │ The Rev Alexander Munroe │ Manchester │ 3d August │ 1839".  Traded to Bentley 13 March 1972 for Hardy, Dynasts, and one or two others (mostly on the theory of biography).
1354 Rota, Anthony, Books in the Blood: Memoirs of a Fourth Generation Bookseller ([Pinner, Middlesex]: Private Libraries Association; [Newcastle, Delaware]: Oak Knoll Press, 2002)
1355 Rousseau, Jean-Jacques.  EMILIUS │ AND │ SOPHIA: │ OR, │ A NEW SYSTEM │ OF │ EDUCATION. │ Translated from the FRENCH of │ Mr. J. J. ROUSSEAU. │ By the TRANSLATOR of ELOISA. │ - │ IN FOUR VOLUMES. │ - │ Vol. I-[IV]. │ - │ A NEW EDITION. │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed for T. BECKET and P. A. de HONDT, │ in the Strand. MDCCLXVII [1767].
            12°.  Library copy lacks plates.
1356 Rowlandson, Thomas.  The Amorous Illustrations of Thomas Rowlandson. Introduction By Gert Schiff. ([New York?]: Cythera Press, 1969)
1357 Russell, Rachel Wriothesley Vaughan, Lady.  LETTERS │ OF │ LADY RACHEL RUSSELL; │ FROM THE MANUSCRIPT │ IN THE LIBRARY AT WOOBURN [sic] ABBEY. │ TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED, │ AN INTRODUCTION, │ VINDICATING THE CHARACTER OF LORD RUSSELL │ AGAINST SIR JOHN DALRYMPLE, &c. │ AND THE │ TRIAL OF LORD WILLIAM RUSSELL │ [Gothic:] for High Treason. │ Extracted from the State Trials.  EMBELLISHED WITH THREE ELEGANT ENGRAVINGS. │ = │ THE SIXTH EDITION. │ = │[Gothic:] London; │ PRINTED FOR J. MAWMAN, IN THE POULTRY, │ (SUCCESSOR TO MR. DILLY) │ - │1801. │ By T., Gillet, Salisbury Square.
8°; according to Maggs Bros Catalogue 1014 (1981), #42, it is a

Contemporary 'Etruscan' calf binding by the Edwards of Halifax bindery, gilt metopes and pentaglyph roll border surrounding a stained border of classical palmettes, inner Greek-key roll with tree-calf centre panel, grey endleaves, g.e. with a very fine fore-edge painting of a view through trees and across a river to Woburn Abbey (Rebacked, corners worn [but not much]).

The front cover bears the armorial book-plate of "Caroline Phillips."  The first fly-leaf is inscribed:

Mr Thomas Edwards requests Ms J. Leigh Phillips will do him the honour to accept this Book as a small token of the high Regard and Esteem he entertain'd for his late revered friend John Leigh Phillips Esq

South Port -- August 29. 1820--
There are 3 plates. The Russell family estate was of course at Woburn.
1357A Ryder, Thomas.  A GIRL OF CARNARVON SHIRE.[art print]. R. Westal del. T Ryder sculpt How happy is the harmless country maid who rich by nature scorns superfluous aid Published as the Act directs, 21 Feby. 1788 by S. Watts, No. 28 Walcot place Lambeth
            Single leaf 28 x 22 cm. Colour lithograph designed by Richard Westall.
  * ** *** ** *
  S
1357B [Cover label, orangish pink, within a Greek key border:]  THE │ SACRED SCRIPTURES │ [Gothic: Illustrated, │ IN A SERIES OF NEARLY SIXTY │ ELEGANT ENGRAVINGS: │ COMPRISING PICTORIAL REPRESENTATIONS │ OF THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS RE- │ CORDED IN THE OLD AND NEW │ TESTAMENT AND APOCRYPHA. [There may have been an imprint which has been erased.]
Folio; a collection of 58 plates without imprint (c. 1784) within elaborate borders, mostly numbered, printed on paper WATERMARKED CL 1816.  They were originally not much good, and they are now considerably worn.  The engravers include William Sharp and Charles White (1759-1785).  Some leaves are crudely repaired with Scotch tape!
1358 Saint-Lambert, Jean-François, marquis de.  [Engraved title:] LES SAISONS, │ POËME. │ = │ Puissent mes chants être agréables à l'homme vertueux │ & champêtre, & lui rappeller quelquefois ses devoirs │ & ses plaisirs. Wieland. │ = │ Cinquième Édition, revue & corrigée. │ - │ [Vignette dated 1769]. │ A AMSTERDAM. │ = │ 1773.
8°, in contemporary ¾ calf over odd pink and black marbled boards.  On the front pasted-won is the armorial book-plate of John Eustace Grubbe, and on the facing fly-leaf is the old ink inscription of GP[?] Hall and below it is Julia C Hall.  There are five fine plates plus 4 head-pieces.
1359 Salamé, Abraham V.  A │ NARRATIVE │ OF THE │ EXPEDITION TO ALGIERS │ IN THE YEAR 1816, │ UNDER THE COMMAND OF │ THE RIGHT HON. │ ADMIRAL │ LORD VISCOUNT EXMOUTH. │ - │ BY MR. A. SALAMÉ, │ A NATIVE OF ALEXANDRIA, IN EGYPT, │ Interpreter to His Britannic Majesty's Service for the Oriental Languages, whoaccompanied his Lordship for the subsequent Negotiations with the Dey. │ PUBLISHED BY PERMISSION. │ = │ LONDON: │ JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE-STREET. │ - │ 1819.
8°, in new | leather over old ½ leather and green boards.  Bookplate of "James Colquhoun"; the front fly-leaf is inscribed:  "April 12h 1819 │ M & Ms J. Colquhoun from their ever obliged and most Respectful Servant The Author".  There are 4 plates.
1360 Salmon, Thomas.  A NEW │ Geographical and Historical │ GRAMMAR: │ WHEREIN THE │ GEOGRAPHICAL PART │ IS TRULY │ MODERN; │ AND THE │  PRESENT STATE │ OF THE SEVERAL │ KINGDOMS of the WORLD │ Is so Interspersed │ As to render the Study of GEOGRAPHY both │ ENTERTAINING and INSTRUCTIVE. │ CONTAINING, │ [2 columns; column 1:] I. A Description of the Figure and Mo- │ tion of the Earth. │ II.  Geographical Definitions and Pro- │ blems, being a necessary Introduction to │ this Study. │ III.  A general Division of the Globe │ into Land and Water. │ [Column 2:] IV.  The Situation and Extent of the │ several Countries contained in each Quarter │ of the World; their Cities, Chief Towns, │ History, Present State, respective Forms │ of Government, Forces, Revenues, Taxes, │ Revolutions and Memorable Events. [End of columns] │ TOGETHER WITH  │ An Account of the Air, Soil, Produce, Traffic, Curiosities, │ Arms, Religion, Language, Universities, Bishopricks, Manners, │ Customs, Habits, and Coins, in Use in the several │ Kingdoms and States described. │ - │ By Mr. SALMON, │ - │ ILLUSTRATED │ With a Set of Twenty-three New MAPS of the several Countries, │ Drawn by the Direction of Mr. Salmon, and Engraved by Mr. Jeffreys, │ Geographer to His Majesty. │ - │ The NINTH EDITION, with very great Additions and Im- │ provements to the Present Times. │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed for W. JOHNSTON in Ludgate-Street; H. WOOD- │ FALL, J. HINTON, R. BALDWIN, W. STRAHAN, │ J. RICHARDSON, B. LAW, S. CROWDER, J. and T. │ POTE, and W. NICHOLL. 1764.  [printed in black and red]
8°, in full calf with 5 raised bands; inscribed on the first fly-leaf:  "Given to my │ Dearest Wife │ Elizabeth Bentley │ this 10th Day │ of │ October │ 1955 │ in │ Norwich."  The Directions to the Binder call for 23 maps.
1361 Sargent, John.  THE │ MINE: │ A │ DRAMATIC POEM. │ TO WHICH ARE ADDED │ TWO HISTORIC ODES. │ = │ BY JOHN SARGENT, ESQ. │ = │ THE THIRD EDITION. │ - │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR T. CADELL, JUN. AND W. DAVIES, │ (SUCCESSORS TO MR. CADELL) STRAND. │ = │ 1796.
Bound in | green morocco over green marbled boards and grey marbled end-papers.  The fly-leaf is inscribed in pencil:  "Bound by Ba[illeg]", perhaps Barrett.  The 5 plates are probably all after Stothard, though the first two do not give his name.  At the end is a list of 8 "Works, printed in an uniform Size with THE MINE, a Poem, and each in a similar Manner adorned with Plates, and sold by CADELL, jun, and DAVIES, in the Strand."
1362 Saunders, William, picture dealer.  [Letter] 1804 January 5, No. 10 Great Castle St., Cavendish Sqr. [to] Wm Hayley Esqr., Felpham near Chichester, Sussex [about Romney designs, mentioning Blake].
WATERMARK:  Crown over crest | E & P 1794.
1363 Saunders, William, picture dealer.  [Letter] 1804 June 16, No. 10 Great Castle St., Cavendish Sqr. [to] Wm Hayley Esqr., Felpham near Chichester, Sussex [about Romney designs, mentioning Blake].
            WATERMARK:  Crown over crest | B M 1802.
1364 Saunders, William, picture dealer.  [Letter] 1807 Sept. 4, No. 10 Great Castle Str., Cavendish Square [to] Wm Hayley Esqr., Fepham near Chichester, Sussex [bill for Romney painting and services rendered].
            WATERMARK:  Crown over crest | 1803.
1365 Schetky, John Christian.  ILLUSTRATIONS │ OF │ WALTER SCOTT's │ LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL: │ CONSISTING │ OF TWELVE VIEWS │ ON THE RIVERS │ BOTHWICK, ETTRICK, YARROW, TIVIOT, AND TWEED. │ ENGRAVED BY JAMES HEATH, R.A. FROM DESIGNS TAKEN ON THE SPOT │ BY JOHN C. SCHETKY, OF OXFORD. │ - │ WITH ANECDOTES AND DESCRIPTIONS. │ [Vignette] │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, AND ORME, PATERNOSTER ROW. │ - │ 1808.
4°, in | calf, with the etiquette of FEASTON, │ BOOKBINDER, │ PRINTER │ ETC. │ TAVISTOCK, and printed conditions of lending of "Tavistock Library".
1366 THE │ SCHOOL OF RAPHAEL; │ OR, THE │ STUDENT’S GUIDE │ TO │ EXPRESSION IN HISTORICAL PAINTING. │ ILLUSTRATED BY EXAMPLES ENGRAVED BY DUCHANGE, AND OTHERS, UNDER THE │ INSPECTION OF SIR NICHOLAS DORIGNY, FROM │ HIS OWN DRAWINGS │ AFTER │ [Gothic:] The most celebrated Heads in the Cartoons at the King’s Palace. │ TO WHICH ARE NOW ADDED, │ THE OUTLINES OF EACH HEAD, │ AND ALSO │ SEVERAL PLATES OF THE MOST CELEBRATED ANTIQUE STATUES, SKELETONS, AND │ ANATOMICAL FIGURES, │ Engraved by an Eminent Artist. │ WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUNG STUDENTS IN THE ART OF DESIGNING. │ AND │ THE PASSIONS │ AS CHARACTERISED BY RAPHAEL IN THE CARTOONS. │ DESCRIBED AND EXPLAINED │ BY BENJAMIN RALPH. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR JOHN BOYDELL, ENGRAVER. [between 1780 and 1800].
1367 Scott, Walter, Sir.   THE │ LAY │ OF │ THE LAST MINSTREL, │ A POEM; │ BY │ WALTER SCOTT, ESQ. │ = │ [2-line Latin motto] │ = │ THE FIFTEENTH EDITION. │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN, │ PATERNOSTER-ROW; AND A. CONSTABLE AND CO. EDINBURGH; │ By James Ballantyne & Co. Edinburgh. │1816.
            8°
1368 Scott, Walter, Sir.  ROKEBY; │ A POEM. │ BY │ WALTER SCOTT, ESQ. │ = │ EDINBURGH: │ = │ PRINTED FOR │ JOHN BALLANTYNE AND CO. EDINBURGH; │ AND │ LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN, LONDON; │ By James Ballantyne and Co. Edinburgh. │ = │ 1813.
4°, in ¾ black morocco over dull brown paste-boards. Lacks [4] p. of advertisements at end.
1369 A │ SERIES │ OF │ ENGRAVINGS │ TO ILLUSTRATE THE │ WORKS OF SHAKSPEARE, │ BY HEATH, HALL, RHODES, FITLER, &c. │ = │ LONDON: │ PUBLISHED BY JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE-STREET; J. HEATH, RUSSELL PLACE, FITZROY- │ SQUARE; AND W. WOODMASON, LEADENHALL-STREET. │ 1817.
            Folio. Thirty-eight leaves of plates. Majority engraved by James Heath. Stothard and Fuseli responsible for a large number of the paintings from which the engravings are produced.
1370 A │ SERIES │ OF │ MAGNIFICENT │ ENGRAVINGS, │ TO ILLUSTRATE THE VARIOUS │ FOLIO OR QUARTO EDITIONS │ OF │ THE WORKS │ OF │ SHAKESPEARE AND MILTON; │ OR, BOUND UP, TO FORM │ A LIBRARY ACCOMPANIMENT │ TO ANY OF THE │ SMALLER EDITIONS OF THOSE AUTHORS. │ = │ PRICE £9 : 9s. │ = │ [Gothic:] London: │ PRINTED BY J. BARFIELD, WARDOUR-STREET, │ FOR H. M'LEAN, No. 8, SOHO-SQUARE. │ - │ 1818.
Folio (30.0 x 48.3 cm); bound in full dark green morocco, with the armorial book-plate of Thos Botter Macqueen.  There are 51 large plates, 38 for Shakespeare, 13 for Milton; they are all left-over plates.
1371 Shakespeare, William.  THE │ PLAYS AND POEMS │ OF │ SHAKSPEARE, │ WITH A LIFE, GLOSSARIAL NOTES, │ AND ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY ILLUSTRATIONS │ FROM THE PLATES IN BOYDELL'S EDITION. │ EDITED BY A.J. VALPY, M.A. │ LATE FELLOW OF PEMB. COLL., OXFORD. │ - │ IN FIFTEEN VOLUMES. │ VOL. I[-XV]. │ - │ LONDON: │ PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY A.J. VALPY, │ RED LION COURT, FLEET STREET; │ AND SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS. │ [Vol. I-II] 1832 [Vol. III-XIV: 1833] [Vol. XV: 1834].
Small 8°, in publisher's dark greenish blue cloth (like shot silk), with orange-brown end-papers also imitating shot silk.  The plates (by Starling) are in outline only.  There are a fair number of notes in a Victorian hand.
1372 Sharp, William.  AN │ ANSWER TO THE WORLD, │ FOR PUTTING IN PRINT A BOOK IN 1804, CALLED │ Copies and Parts of Copies of Letters and Communica- tions, Written from Joanna Southcott, │ AND │ TRANSMITTED BY MISS TOWNLEY TO MR. W. SHARP IN LONDON. │ BEGINNING WITH THE │ PARABLE OF THE LITTLE FLOCK OF SHEEP: │ In which Reasons are given, in Answer to the Mockery and │ Ridicule of Men, for printing the Parables and Fables, │ which were Published from DIVINE COMMAND in │ that Book. │ = │ BY WILLIAM SHARP. │ = │ For evil shall be put out, and deceit shall be quenched.  As for │ FAITH it shall flourish, Corruption shall be overcome, and the │ Truth, which hath been so long without fruit, shall be declared. │ 2 Esdras vi. 27, 28. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY S. ROUSSEAU, WOOD STREET, SPA FIELDS; │ AND SOLD BY E.I. FIELD, NO. 139, NEAR BLOOMSBURY COURT, │ HIGH HOLBORN. │ - │ 1806.
[At head of title:] The Fool hath said in his heart, there is no God.  Ps. xiv. 1.
8° in 4s, recently rebound in white cloth.
1373 Shelley, Percy Bysshe. THE │ BEAUTIES │ OF │ PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY, │ CONSISTING OF │ MISCELLANEOUS SELECTIONS FROM HIS │ POETICAL WORKS. │ THE ENTIRE POEMS OF │ ADONAIS AND ALASTOR, │ AND │ A REVISED EDITION OF QUEEN MAB │ FREE FROM ALL THE OBJECTIONABLE PASSAGES, │ WITH │ A BIOGRAPHICAL PREFACE. │ - │ LONDON: │ STEPHEN HUNT, TAVISTOCK STREET, │ COVENT GARDEN. │ 1830.
A MS note says that the preface is by C. Roscoe.
1374 Shelley, Percy Bysshe. THE CENCI │ A TRAGEDY │ IN FIVE ACTS │ BY │ PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY │ SECOND EDITION │ LONDON │ C AND J OLLIER VERE STREET BOND STREET │ 1821
Colophon:  "LONDON: │ PRINTED BY C.H. REYNELL, │ BROAD STREET, GOLDEN SQUARE"
1375 Shelley, Percy Bysshe.  The Letters of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Edited by Frederick L. Jones (Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1964)
            2 vols.
1376 Shelley, Percy Bysshe. MISCELLANEOUS │ POEMS. │ BY │ PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY. │ - │ LONDON. │ WILLIAM BENBOW, 252, HIGH-HOLBORN. │ - │ 1826.
In dirty original covers; the front cover has a printed title very similar, and the back is an important advertisement for Shelley's works.  On the title page is the signature of Fortescue Millet.
1377 Shelley, Percy Bysshe. THE │ POETICAL WORKS │ OF │ PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY. │ EDITED │ BY MRS. SHELLEY. │ [Three lines from Petrarca] │ IN THREE VOLUMES │ VOL. I[-III]. │ LONDON: │ EDWARD MOXON, DOVER STREET. │ MDCCCXLVII [1847].
3 volumes.
1378 Shelley, Percy Bysshe.  Poetical Works Edited by Thomas Hutchinson. A New Edition, Corrected by G. M. Matthews. Oxford Paperbacks ; 202 (London ; Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1973, c1970) ISBN: 0192810693.
1379 Shelley, Percy Bysshe.  PROMETHEUS UNBOUND │ A LYRICAL DRAMA │ IN FOUR ACTS │ WITH OTHER POEMS │ BY │ PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY │ AUDISNE HÆC, AMPHIARAE, SUB TERRAM ABDITE? │ LONDON │ C AND J OLLIER VERE STREET BOND STREET │ 1820
8°, in green | calf, elaborately gilt on the spine over reddish marbled boards with matching end-papers and edges.  Inside the front cover is a vinyl bookplate consisting only of a hunting horn.
1380 Shelley, Percy Bysshe.  ROSALIND AND HELEN, │ A MODERN ECLOGUE; │ WITH │ OTHER POEMS: │ BY │ PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY. │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR C. AND J. OLLIER, │ VERE STREET, BOND STREET. │ 1819.
8°, lacking the half-title; contents leaf; [4] p. of publisher’s advertisements.
1381 Sheridan, Richard Brinsley.  [Engraved title:] [Gothic:] THE │ CRITIC │ OR │ A Tragedy Rehearsed │ A │ [Gothic:] Dramatic Piece │ in three ACTS │ as it is performed at the │ THEATRE ROYAL in DRURY LANE │ [Vignette, masques of tragedy and comedy] │ [Gothic:] BY │ Richard Brinsley Sheridan Esqr │ LONDON. │ Printed for T. Becket, Adelphi, Strand, │ M D C C L XXXI [1781].
8°,
Copy 1: bound for Bentley March 1969 by Emrys Evans of the Toronto Rare Book Room gilt with Birdsall tooling.  On a loose fly-leaf is a pencil sketch labeled "Don Whiskerandos", which an accompanying red-ink note says is by Jane Pope (1742-1818, the original of Tilburina in The Critic, 29 October 1779); it also says she added the "slowly" to the Exit Constable on p. 81. Lacking half-title, F7 repaired, with a MS list of variants.
Copy 2: Stitched but disbound. The variants listed in the previous copy are corrected here.
1383 Sheridan, Richard Brinsley.  THE │ DUENNA: │ A COMIC OPERA. │ IN THREE ACTS. │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRE ROYAL, │ COVENT GARDEN: │ WITH UNIVERSAL APPLAUSE. │ = │ By R.B. SHERIDAN, ESQ │ = │ [Gothic:] LONDON. │ Printed for T. N. LONGMAN, No. 39, Pater Noster Row. │ [PRICE (EIGHTEEN-PENCE del)] 2/0.] │ - │ 1794.
4°, in modern marbled boards with leather label.  First Edition, second issue.
1384 Sheridan, Richard Brinsley.  [Engraved title:] THE │ RIVALS, │a │ COMEDY. │ as it is PERFORM'D at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. │ -  │ - The Third Edition. - │ - │  [Vignette (J. Williams del & sculp)] │ LONDON, │ Printed for J. Wilkie, No. 71, S. Pauls Church Yard [1776].
4°, stitched but disbound, outer leaves dirty.
1385 Sheridan, Richard Brinsley.  A │ TRIP │ TO │ SCARBOROUGH. │ A │ COMEDY. │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRE ROYAL │ IN │ DRURY LANE. │ ALTERED FROM │ Vanbrugh's Relapse; or, Virtue in Danger. │ By RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN, Esq. │ LONDON.  │ Printed for G. WILKIE, No. 71, St. Paul's Church-yard. │ MDCCLXXXI [1781].
8°, "BOUND BY WOOD LONDON" (fl. 1738-89) in exceedingly handsome full tree calf, top edges gilt, marbled end-papers, the front one stamped with the monogram "CR".  A first edition.
1386 Moore, Thomas.  MEMOIRS │ OF │ THE LIFE │ OF │ THE RIGHT HONOURABLE │ RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN. │ - │ BY THOMAS MOORE. │ - │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR │ LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, BROWN, AND GREEN, │ PATERNOSTER-ROW. │ 1825.
            4°.  “Ex Libris” bookplate of Eugeniae Strong.
1387 Skelton, Joseph.  [Engraved title-page:] PIETAS OXONIENSIS, │ [Gothic:] OR │ RECORDS │ OF │ OXFORD FOUNDERS, │ BY │ JOSEPH SKELTON, F.S.A. │ AUTHOR OF OXONIA ANTIQUA RESTAURATA, │ AND OF THE ANTIQUITIES OF OXFORDSHIRE, ETC. ETC. │ - │ [Vignette: arms of the university between the arms of Chancellor Grenville and High Steward Eldon]  │ Published 1st. May, 1828, for J. Skelton, Magdalen Bridge, Oxford by J. Parker, Bookseller; Oxford; J. & A. Arch, Cornhill; and Longman & Co. Paternoster Row, London.
1388 Casteras, Susan P.  James Smetham:  Artist, Author, Pre-Raphaelite Associate.  (Aldershot, Hants.:  Scolar Press, 1995)
1389 Smirke, Robert. [The Picturesque Beauties of Shakspeare, Being a Selection of Scenes, From The Works Of That Great Author Engraved under the direction of Charles Taylor (London:  Publish’d C. Taylor’s; and at Mr. Taylor’s bookseller, 1783-87)]
4°, in ¾ calf over grey and orange marbled boards, lacking the title page and 12 of the 40 plates.  Each play (As You Like It, Macbeth, Hamlet, Merry Wives of Windsor, Much Ado about Nothing, Twelfth Night, and Merchant of Venice) has a set of 4 oval plates, designed by Stothard (3) and Smirke (25), engraved by Charles Taylor (25), William Sharp, Joseph Thornthwaite, and Isaac Taylor Jun, and published by Charles Taylor (except for one published by Isaac Taylor Jun), all the plates for one play issued on the same date (Jan 1783-March 1785). 
Bound with:
Pye, Henry James NAUCRATIA; │ OR │ NAVAL DOMINION. │ A POEM. │ BY HENRY JAMES PYE. │ = │ [3-line Greek quotation from XENOPHON.] │ = │ LONDON: │ = │ PRINTED BY W. BULMER AND CO. │ FOR GEORGE NICOL, BOOKSELLER TO HIS MAJESTY, │ PALL-MALL. │ 1798.
4°, with  a frontispiece (R.K. Peters-W.G. Wilson).
1390 Somervile, William.  THE │ CHASE. │ A │ POEM. │ BY │ WILLIAM SOMERVILE, │ ESQ. │ [Vignette] │ LONDON: │ = │ PRINTED BY W. BULMER AND CO. │ [Gothic:] Shakspeare Printing Office, │ CLEVELAND-ROW. │ 1796.
4°, in contemporary full calf, rebacked.  The plates (5 full-page plates, small wood-cuts, 5 head-pieces and 5 tail-pieces) are by the Bewicks.
1391 Somervile, William.  THE │ CHACE, │ A │ POEM. │ BY WILLIAM SOMERVILE, ESQ. │ A NEW EDITION. │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED │ A CRITICAL ESSAY, │ BY J. AIKIN, M.D. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR T. CADELL, JUN. AND W. DAVIES, │ (SUCCESSORS TO MR. CADELL), STRAND. │ = │ 1796.
8°, there are 6 pleasant plates by Stothard.  At the end is a page listing 7 books uniform with this one.
Copy 1: in contemporary full calf.  The front paste-down is inscribed in old brown ink "Miss  Diamond[?]" and the first fly-leaf "For Helen May │ From Aunt Kate │ March 28th 56". Lacks half-title page.
Copy 2: in handsome contemporary polished calf, with gilt "DMK" and "LUCE NON URO" on both panels; with the Tudor rose book-plate of B.C.T[udor].
1392 Sophocles.  THE │ TRAGEDIES │ OF │ SOPHOCLES │ TRANSLATED. │ - │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR G. G. J. AND J. ROBINSON, PATERNOSTER-ROW. │ - │ M.DCC.LXXXVIII [1788].
4°, in contemporary? pebble-grain brown cloth.  On the front paste-down is an ornamental book-plate:  "Presented to Mansfield College, Oxford, by the Children of Henry Rogers, In Memory of his long and happy connection with Spring Hill College, Birmingham."  At the top right of the front paste-down is a very small octagonal ticket:  "BOUND BY │ HENDERSON AND PERCY │ 8, NEW STREET, │ BIRMINGHAM".
1393 Southey, Robert. [Gothic:] A Tale of Paraguay. │ BY │ ROBERT SOUTHEY, ESQ. LL.D. │ POET LAUREATE, │ MEMBER OF THE ROYAL SPANISH ACADEMY, OF THE │ ROYAL SPANISH ACADEMY OF HISTORY, │ OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTE OF THE NETHERLANDS, │ OF THE CYMRODORION, │ OF THE AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, │ OF THE ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY, │ OF THE BRISTOL PHILOSOPHICAL AND LITERARY SOCIETY, │ &c. &c. │ - │ [2-line motto from Wordsworth] │ - │ LONDON; │ PRINTED FOR │ LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, BROWN, AND GREEN, │ PATERNOSTER-ROW. │ 1825.
12° in pretty red morocco, hinges going.  Colophon (p. 199):  "Printed by A. & R. Spottiswood".  On the verso are advertisements for five works by Southey.  There are 2 pleasant plates (Westall-Heath)
1393A SPECIMENS │ OF │ ENGLISH DRAMATIC POETS, │ WHO LIVED │ [Gothic:] About the Time of Shakspeare: │ WITH NOTES. │ BY CHARLES LAMB. │ =  │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, AND ORME, │ PATERNOSTER-ROW. │ - │ 1808.

1394 Spence, Joseph.  OBSERVATIONS, │ ANECDOTES, AND CHARACTERS, │ OF │ BOOKS AND MEN: │ BY THE REV. JOSEPH SPENCE. │ - │ ARRANGED WITH NOTES │ BY THE LATE EDMUND MALONE, ESQ. │ = │ LONDON: │ JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE-STREET. │ - │ 1820.
1395 Spence, Thomas.   The Political Works Of Thomas Spence. Edited by H. T. Dickinson.  (Newcastle Upon Tyne: Avero (Eighteenth-Century) Publications Ltd., 1982)
1396 Spenser, Edmund.  THE │ POETICAL WORKS │ OF │ EDMUND SPENSER. │ IN EIGHT VOLUMES. │ FROM THE TEXT OF MR. UPTON, &c. │ WITH THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR. │ = │ [12 lines from Spenser to his booke] │ VOL. I[-VIII]. │ EDINBURGH: │ AT THE [Gothic:] Apollo Press, BY THE MARTINS. │ Anno 1778.
[Added engraved series title-page:] BELL’S EDITION. │ The POETS of GREAT BRITAIN │ COMPLETE FROM │ CHAUCER to CHURCHILL. │ [Vignette] │ SPENCER VOLUME I[-VIII]. │ [Quote from Spenser] │ Printed for John Bell near Exeter Exchange Strand London Febr. 16th. 1778.
            Library has vols. 1-3 only.
1397 Spilsbury, John.  A │ COLLECTION │ OF │ FIFTY PRINTS │ FROM │ ANTIQUE GEMS, │ IN THE COLLECTIONS OF │ The Right Honourable EARL PERCY, │ The Honourable C. F. GREVILLE, │ AND │ T. M. SLADE ESQUIRE. │ = │ ENGRAVED BY JOHN SPILSBURY. │ = │ PUBLISHED BY JOHN BOYDELL, │ ENGRAVER, LONDON  [1785?].
Small 4°, in very curious original orange-flower-stamped card-boards with cloth spine with gilt-on-black label with a border of ornaments:  "ANTIQUE GEMS │ FROM  │ THE COLLECTIONS │ OF │ EARL PERCY, │ HONOURABLE C.F. GREVILLE, │ AND │ T.M. SLADE, ESQ. │ - │ FIFTY EXQUISITE PLATES. │- │ PRICE FOUR GUINEAS."  Leaves not watermarked.  The fairly visible erased imprints on the plates are dated 1781, 1782 &c.  The plates are very well engraved and interesting.
1398 Globe, Alexander.  Peter Stent, London Printseller Circa 1642-1665 Being A Catalogue Raisonné Of His Engraved Prints And Books With An Historical And Bibliographical Introduction.  (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1985) ISBN: 0774802219
1399 Sterne, Laurence.  THE │ BEAUTIES OF STERNE: │ COMPRISING HIS │ HUMOROUS AND DESCRIPTIVE │ TALES, LETTERS, &c. &c. │ - │ EMBELLISHED BY CARICATURES, BY ROWLANDSON, │ FROM ORIGINAL DRAWINGS BY NEWTON. │ = │ [Gothic:] London: │ PRINTED FOR THOMAS TEGG, CHEAPSIDE, │ By L. Harrison, 373, Strand. │ - │ 1809.
12°, in calf, with an armorial book-plate:  "SPES TUTISSIMA CŒLUS" on the front reddish-brown marbled paste-down, all edges marbled.  There are hand-coloured Rowlandson plates at the frontispiece and p. 58.
  1768
1400 Sterne, Laurence.  A │ SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY │ THROUGH │ FRANCE AND ITALY. │ BY │ MR. YORICK. │ - │ VOL. I[-II]. │ - │ THE SECOND EDITION. │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed for T. BECKET and P. A. DE HONDT, │ in the Strand.  MDCCLXVIII [1768].
8°, in sound full calf.  Vol. I first fly-leaf is inscribed in old brown ink "Walter B. Bridges │ from Papa │ September 22 / 69", and Vol. II fly-leaf has "Walter B.Bridges".
  1792
1401 Sterne, Laurence.  A │ SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY │ THROUGH │ FRANCE AND ITALY. │ = │ BY │  MR. YORICK. │  = │ VOL. I. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR J. GOOD, NO. 159, NEW BOND STREET; AND │ E. AND S. HARDING, NO. 102, PALL MALL. │ - │ M DCC XCII [1792].
8°.  There are 6 plates by Stothard plus a starling crest on p. 108.
Copy 1: In calf, rebacked. “VOL. I.” covered by a tiny slip of paper.
Copy 2: "Vol. I." on the title page is crossed out.  The first fly-leaf is inscribed in old brown ink "Edwin Lee".
  1803
1402 Sterne, Laurence.  A │ [Gothic:] Sentimental Journey │ THROUGH │ FRANCE and ITALY. │ = │ By │ LAURENCE STERNE. │ = │ Illustrated by │ NOTES; │ MEMOIRS OF THE AUTHOR; │ AND │ A TRANSLATION OF THE FRENCH PHRASES, WHICH OCCUR │ IN THE COURSE OF THE WORK. │ [Very pleasant vignette labeled AUSTIN] │ [Gothic:] London: │ Printed by J. Cundee, Ivy-Lane; │ SOLD BY T. HURST, PATERNOSTER-ROW; │ AND C. CHAPPLE, PALL-MALL.  │ - │ 1803.
8°, in blind-stamped and gilt black calf inlaid with morocco.  There is an advertisement for The Sportsman's Cabinet and The Monthly Visitor after the Memoir.  There are lots of notes.
Beyond the vignette, there are 11 well-engraved full-page plates after Reynolds (frontispiece portrait of Sterne), Craig (6), and Anon. (i.e., Craig) (4) engraved by W. Taylor (2), Scott (1), S. Noble (1), T. Wallis (1), Anon. (4), Hawkins (1), and MacKenzie (1), at the frontispiece and pp. 9, 30, 63, 84, 104, 118, 133, 148, 167 (should be 170), and 186.
1403 Sterne, Laurence.  A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy by Mr. Yorick. Edited by Gardner D. Stout, Jr.  (Berkeley ; Los Angeles : University of California Press, 1967)
1404 Stewart, John. THE │ PLEASURES │ OF │ LOVE. │ A │ POEM. │ = │ BY │ JOHN STEWART, ESQ. │ - │ Scribere jussit amor. OVID. │ - │ [Gothic:] London: │ PRINTED FOR J. MAWMAN, No. 22 POULTRY. │ 1806. │ - │ By T. Gillet, Salisbury-square.
8°, in greyish blue sugar-paper boards with parchment? spine.  Beginning on the verso of the last page (p. 117) is a 3 pp. list of BOOKS PRINTED FOR J. MAWMAN.  There are 3 pleasant Stothard-like plates engraved by Heath.
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  STOTHARD, Thomas
1405 Stothard, Thomas.  [Study of an empty border design for an unidentified book illustration] [art original]. Drawing of the border of an empty circle (presumably waiting for a design, e.g., a portrait) bordered by leaves, above a cartouche (empty) and below an elegant, leaf-fringed shape with a harp in the middle, in ink and grey wash.
7.8 x 11.5 cm, no watermark, plausibly signed in old brown ink at the bottom right margin "T. Stothard".  On the verso in ink are small versions of the recto design plus (partly cut off):

               Airtholl[?]
4560 Pines Horace
1077 Amt[?] Univ Hist Vol 21                        21.5.6
2[?]077 Smarts Phedrus                                      2.6

1406 Stothard, Thomas. [Drawing for the First Age of The Seven Ages of Man] [art original].  Two women sitting on low benches; one old woman facing us with a babe in white on her lap is tasting from a large spoon in her left hand.  She has on buff long dress, grey hair covered with a white handkerchief tied under the chin, white facings on her bodice, and grey shoes.  The younger woman facing her is in profile; she has on a long pink dress, a white bonnet with a matching pink ribbon, and pale shoes of non-descript colour; she is leaning forward looking at the babe and holding in her right hand a metal cup.  In the background are undefined pale shadows.  The British Museum Print Room has a drawing for the subject. Inscribed on verso in Stothard's hand: "The infant mewling & puking in its nurses arms" T. Stothard R.A.
1407 Stothard, Thomas.  [Drawing of Britannia seated] [art original]. Britannia is seated with lion and trophies at her feet, with royal arms above her and a Union Jack in the background.
4 x 2 ¼", mounted on grey paper.  The drawing is attractive but unremarkable.  It has no clear indication that it is by Stothard, but Laurie M. Deval and Colnaghi (their source) were sure it was by Stothard, and he exhibited a design of the Triumph of Britannia at the British Institution in 1819.
1408 [Engraved and illustrated title-page:]  SHAKSPEARES │ SEVEN AGES OF MAN │ ILLUSTRATED │ Drawn By Thos. Stothard Esqr. R.A. Engraved by Wm. Bromley Printed by Collins Shoe Lane │ Publish’d Jany. 24, 1799, by W. Bromley, Jessamine House, Hammersmith.
            Eight plates engraved by Bromley after Stothard including the title-page. Plates are watermarked: J WHATMAN 1811. Plates are hand-coloured.
1409 [Engraved and illustrated title-page:]  SHAKESPEARES │ SEVEN AGES OF MAN │ ILLUSTRATED │ Drawn By Thos. Stothard Esqr. R.A. Engraved by Willm. Bromley │ Publish’d Jany. 24, 1799, by W. Bromley, Jessamine House, Hammersmith.
            Nine plates including one unsigned plate of text.  Eight other plates engraved by Bromley after Stothard. No other text. Hand-coloured.  Stiff paper in brown paper wrappers.
1410 Stothard, Thomas.  [Scrapbook collection of engraved and woodcut illustrations after Stothard extracted from various books] [art reproduction]
            Plates are mounted on stiff blue paper.  Includes Stothard’s Canterbury Pilgrims in various states, and plates engraved by Blake after Stothard.
  Works about Stothard in Chronological Order
1411 Bray, Mrs. (Anna Eliza)  Life of Thomas Stothard, R.A. With Personal Reminiscences. With Numberous Illustrations From His Works.  (London: John Murray, 1851)
1412 Coxhead, A. C.Thomas Stothard, R.A.:  An Illustrated Monograph (London: A.H. Bullen, 1906)
1413 Bennett, Shelley M.  Thomas Stothard, R.A. PhD. Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 1977. Microfilm-xerography Facsimile. (Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms International, 1979)
1414 Bennett, Shelley M. Thomas Stothard:  The Mechanisms of Art Patronage in England circa 1800 (Columbia:  University of Missouri Press, 1988)
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1415 Stower, C. (Caleb)   Caleb Stower: The Printer’s Grammar 1808.  English Bibliographical Sources. Series 3: Printers’ Manuals ; [4]  (London: Republished … by Gregg Pres Ltd. … in association with The Archive Press Ltd., 1965)
[Includes facsimile of original title-page:] THE │ PRINTER’S GRAMMAR; │ OR, │ INTRODUCTION │ TO THE │ ART OF PRINTING: │ CONTAINING │ A CONCISE HISTORY OF THE ART, │ WITH THE │ IMPROVEMENTS IN THE PRACTICE OF PRINTING, FOR THE │ LAST FIFTY YEARS. │ - │ BY C. STOWER, PRINTER. │ - │ [Six lines from M’Creery] │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed by the Editor, 32, Paternoster Row, │ FOR B. CROSBY AND CO. STATIONERS’-COURT. │- │1808.
1416 Strutt, Joseph.  A │ COMPLETE VIEW │ OF THE │ DRESS AND HABITS │ OF THE │ PEOPLE OF ENGLAND, │ FROM THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SAXONS IN BRITAIN │ TO THE PRESENT TIME, │ ILLUSTRATED BY ENGRAVINGS │ TAKEN FROM THE MOST AUTHENTIC REMAINS │ OF │ ANTIQUITY. │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED │ AN INTRODUCTION, │ CONTAINING A GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE │ ANCIENT HABITS IN USE AMONG MANKIND, │ FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD OF TIME, │ TO THE CONCLUSION OF THE SEVENTH CENTURY. │ By JOSEPH STRUTT. │ VOL. I[-II]. │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY J. NICHOLS, FOR J. EDWARDS, PALL-MALL; R. EDWARDS, │ BOND-STREET; B. AND J. WHITE, FLEET-STREET; G. G. AND J. ROBINSON, │ PATER-NOSTER-ROW; AND J. THANE, SPUR-STREET, LEICESTER-SQUARE. │ [Vol. I:]  M DCC XCVI [1796] [Vol. II, with minor changes:] M DCC XCIX [1799].
Folio. Bound in sound | black calf over diapered boards, with the armorial book-plate of Thomas Ashton.
1417 Strutt, Joseph.  A │ COMPLETE VIEW │ OF THE │ DRESS AND HABITS │ OF THE │ PEOPLE OF ENGLAND, │ FROM THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SAXONS IN BRITAIN │ TO THE PRESENT TIME, │ ILLUSTRATED BY ENGRAVINGS │ TAKEN FROM THE MOST AUTHENTIC REMAINS │ OF │ ANTIQUITY. │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED │ AN INTRODUCTION, │ CONTAINING A GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE │ ANCIENT HABITS IN USE AMONG MANKIND, │ FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD OF TIME, │ TO THE CONCLUSION OF THE SEVENTH CENTURY. │ By JOSEPH STRUTT. │ VOL. I [only]. │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY J. NICHOLS, FOR J. EDWARDS, PALL-MALL; R. EDWARDS, │ BOND-STREET; B. AND J. WHITE, FLEET-STREET; G.G. AND J. ROBINSON, │ PATER-NOSTER-ROW; AND J. THANE, SPUR-STREET, LEICESTER-SQUARE. │ M DCC XCVI [1796].
Folio, in sound full polished calf (rebacked recently), with marbled end-papers and the book-plate of "Malcolm of Poltalloch".
The plates are agreeably hand-coloured.
1418 Strutt, Joseph.  A │ BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY; │ CONTAINING AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF ALL THE │ ENGRAVERS, │ FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD OF THE ART OF │ ENGRAVING TO THE PRESENT TIME; │ AND │ A SHORT LIST OF THEIR MOST ESTEEMED WORKS. │ WITH │ THE CYPHERS, MONOGRAMS, AND PARTICULAR MARKS, USED BY │ EACH MASTER, ACCURATELY COPIED FROM THE ORIGINALS, │ AND PROPERLY EXPLAINED. │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, │ AN ESSAY ON THE RISE AND PROGRESS OF THE ART │ OF ENGRAVING, BOTH ON COPPER AND ON WOOD. │ WITH SEVERAL CURIOUS SPECIMENS OF THE PERFORMANCES OF THE │ MOST ANCIENT ARTISTS. │ BY JOSEPH STRUTT. │ VOL. I[-II]. │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY J. DAVIS, │ FOR ROBERT FAULDER, NEW BOND STREET. │ M,DCC,LXXV [1785] – M,DCC,LXXXVI [1786].
4°, in attractive red tooled binding, with many fine plates, mostly unsigned.
1419 Strutt, Joseph.  THE │ SPORTS AND PASTIMES │ OF THE │ PEOPLE OF ENGLAND. │ INCLUDING THE │ RURAL AND DOMESTIC RECREATOINS, │ MAY GAMES, MUMMERIES, SHOWS, PROCESSIONS, PAGEANTS, │ AND POMPOUS SPECTACLES, │ FROM │ THE EARLIEST PERIOD TO THE PRESENT TIME. │ - │ BY JOSEPH STRUTT. │ - │ ILLUSTRATED BY │ [Gothic:] One Hundred and Forty Engravings, │ IN WHICH ARE REPRESENTED │ MOST OF THE POPULAR DIVERSIONS; │ SELECTED FROM ANCIENT PAINTINGS. │- │ A NEW EDITION, WITH A COPIOUS INDEX, │ BY WILLIAM HONE, │ AUTHOR OF THE EVERY-DAY BOOK, TABLE BOOK, YEAR BOOK, ETC. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR THOMAS TEGG AND SON, 73 CHEAPSIDE. │ J. Haddon, Printer, Castle-street, Finsbury. │ - │ 1834.
1420 Sussex Chronicle & Chichester Advertiser, No. 1 (Thursday 7 January 1802) weekly (though for a while on Wednesdays) to No. 51 (30 Dec 1802) ("Printed for the Proprietors, by J. Seagrave")
Folio, spine chipped.  Each issue is stamped.
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  SWEDENBORG, Emanuel
1421 Swedenborg, Emanuel.  THE │ DELIGHTS OF WISDOM │ CONCERNING │ CONJUGIAL LOVE: │ AFTER WHICH FOLLOW │ THE │ PLEASURES OF INSANITY │ CONCERNING │ SCORTATORY LOVE. │ = │ TRANSLATED FROM THE LATIN OF │ THE HON. EMANUEL SWEDENBORG, │ A NATIVE OF SWEDEN. │ - │ ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED AT AMSTERDAM IN THE YEAR 1768. │ = │ PHILADELPHIA: │ PRINTED BY FRANCIS & ROBERT BAILEY, AT YORICK'S- │ HEAD, No. 116, HIGH-STREET. │ = │ 1796.
8°, in recent black cloth, the title page partly torn free; it stops at p. 516 in mid-sentence; apparently lacking pp. 517-523.  The paper is remarkably bad and tatty.
1422 Swedenborg, Emanuel.  THE │ DOCTRINE │ OF THE │ NEW JERUSALEM │ CONCERNING │ THE LORD. │ NOW FIRST TRANSLATED FROM THE ORIGINAL LATIN │ OF THE │ HON. EMANUEL SWEDENBORG. │ - │ In that Day shall there be One Lord, and his Name One. │ ZECH. xiv. 9. │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed by R. HINDMARSH, No. 32, Clerkenwell-Close; │ And Sold by T. EVANS, and T. BUCKLAND, Paternoster-Row; │ J. DENIS and SON, New-Bridge-Street, Fleet-Street; │ I. CLARKE, and I. HASLINGDEN, Manchester; T. MILLS, │ Wine-Street, Bristol; S. HAZARD, Bath; and by all other │ Booksellers in Town and Country. │ M. DCC. LXXXIV [1784].
8°, in contemporary full suede.
Bound with:
            Swedenborg, EmanuelARCANA COELESTIA: │ OR │ HEAVENLY MYSTERIES │ CONTAINED IN THE │ SACRED SCRIPTURES, │ OR │ WORD OF THE LORD, │ MANIFESTED AND LAID OPEN; │ BEGINNING WITH THE BOOK OF │ GENESIS. │ INTERSPERSED WITH │ RELATIONS OF WONDERFUL THINGS │ SEEN IN THE │ World of Spirits and the Heaven of Angels. │ NOW FIRST TRANSLATED FROM THE ORIGINAL LATIN │ OF │ EMANUEL SWEDENBORG, │ BY A SOCIETY OF GENTLEMEN. │ - │ VOL. II. │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed by R. HINDMARSH, No. 32, Clerkenwell-Close; │ And Sold by T. EVANS and T. BUCKLAND, Paternoster-Row; J. DENIS │ and SON, New Bridge-Street, Fleet-Street; I. CLARKE, and I. HAS- │ LINGDEN, Manchester; T. MILLS, Bristol; S. HAZARD, Bath; and by │ all other Booksellers in Town and Country. │ M. DCC. LXXXIV [1784].
4°. Library has vol. 2 only of 12 volumes published.
1423 Swedenborg, Emanuel.  AN │ HIEROGLYPHIC KEY │ TO │ NATURAL AND SPIRITUAL │ MYSTERIES, │ BY WAY OF │ REPRESENTATIONS │ AND │ CORRESPONDENCES. │ - │ TRANSLATED FROM THE LATIN OF │ THE HON. EMANUEL SWEDENBORG, │ By R. HINDMARSH, │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED AND SOLD BY R. HINDMARSH │ PRINTER TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES, │ No. 32, Clerkenwell-Close. │ - │ 1792. │ - │ [Price One Shilling.]
4°, in full polished calf, boards separating, blind tooled, spine elaborately gilt.  There is a frontispiece, apparently tipped in, of Swedenborg at 80.
1424 General Conference of the New Church in Great Britain. MINUTES | OF A | GENERAL CONFERENCE | OF THE | MEMBERS | OF THE | NEW CHURCH, | Signified by the | NEW JERUSALEM | IN THE | REVELATION; | Held in the | NEW JERUSALEM TEMPLE, | BIRMINGHAM, | April I and 2, 1793-37. | - | BIRMINGHAM, | PRINTED BY J. BELCHER.
Small 8°, 8 pp., in modern black buckram over modern orange and gray marbled boards.  The title-page has a purple stamp, incomplete at the bottom, reading: H.J. FRAGNELL, | 100, Terrace Road | U”.
Bound with:
General Conference of the New Church in Great Britain.  MINUTES | OF | A GENERAL CONFERENCE, | OF | MINISTERS AND DELEGATES, | OF THE | SOCIETIES | OF THE | NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH, | HELD IN | YORK STREET CHAPEL, | ST. JAMES’S SQUARE, LONDON. | ON | Wednesday, the 6th of May, 1807, and following Day. | - | Printed by J. & E. Hodson, Cross-Street, Hatton-Garden. | 1807. | - | [Price 3d]
            12 pp.; on the title-page verso is a list of Books for the New Church published by J. and E. Hodson ... and by M. Sibly.
And
            General Conference of the New Church in Great Britain.  MINUTES | OF | A GENERAL CONFERENCE, | OF | MINISTERS AND DELEGATES, | FROM THE | SOCIETIES | OF THE | NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH, | HELD IN | The New Jerusalem Temple, | NEW HALL STREET, BIRMINGHAM, | ON | Wednesday, June 29, and two following Days. | - |  BIRMINGHAM:  | PRINTED BY S. & T. MARTIN, No. 10, HAY-MARKET. | - | 1808.
16 pp. Includes “Extracts from the Arcana Cœlestia on worship” (p. 15-16).
And
General Conference of the New Church in Great Britain. London Conference.  ABSTRACT | OF | THE MINUTES | OF | The London Conference | OF | THE NEW CHURCH, | Instituted in the Year 1813. | - | No. 2. | - |  [Gothic:] London:  | PRINTED BY EDWARD HODSON, CROSS-STREET, |  HATTON GARDEN. | =  | 1815-59.
16 pp., with summaries of the Fourth-Fifteenth meetings.
And
General Conference of the New Church in Great Britain. [Gothic:] Minutes  | OF A  | GENERAL CONFERENCE  | OF THE  | MINISTERS AND OTHER MEMBERS  | OF  | [Gothic:] The New Church,  | SIGNIFIED BY  | THE NEW JERUSALEM IN THE REVELATION, | HELD IN | PETER-STREET, MANCHESTER, | From Monday the 14th, | To Friday the 18th of August, 1815=59. | = | MANCHESTER: | PRINTED BY F. DAVIS, 5, HANGING-DITCH. | - | 1815=59.
16 pp., p. 16 blank, colophon on p. 15.
[Minutes for 1816 General Conference:] HELD IN | FRYARS-STREET CHAPEL, LONDON, | From Tuesday the 16th, | To Thursday the 18th of July 1816=60. | = | LONDON: | Printed by E. HODSON, 15, Cross Street, Hatton Garden. | - | 1816-60.
38 pp., pp. 36, 38 are blank, and p. 37 is a fold-out table.
And
General Conference of the New Church in Great Britain. [Gothic:] Minutes | OF THE | TENTH-[ELEVENTH] GENERAL CONFERENCE | OF THE | MINISTERS, LEADERS, AND DELEGATES | FROM THE SOCIETIES | OF | [Gothic:] The New Church, | SIGNIFIED BY | THE NEW JERUSALEM | IN THE REVELATION: | HELD AT DERBY, | From Tuesday the 12th, | To Thukrsday, the 14th of August, 1818=61. | = | LONDON: | Printed by T. GOYDER, Charles-street, |  Westminster. | - | 1817=61.
42 pp., the last two pages being a table.
[Minutes of the eleventh conference:] HELD AT DERBY, | From Tuesday the 11th, | To Friday, the 14th of August, 1818=62. | = | LONDON: | Printed by T. GOYDER, 8, Charles Street, | Westminster. | - | 1818=62.
46 pp. (P. 46 blank, p. 45 a table), followed by a two-page CATALOGUE OF BOOKS SOLD BY T. GOYDER.
And
General Conference of the New Church in Great Britain.  Minutes | OF | THE TWELFTH-[THIRTEENTH] | GENERAL CONFERENCE | OF THE MINISTERS, | LEADERS, AND REPRESENTATIVES | FROM THE SOCIETIES | OF | [Gothic:] The New Church, | SIGNIFIED BY | THE NEW JERUSALEM, | IN THE REVELATION. | HELD AT DERBY, | From Tuesday the 10th, | To Thursday the 12th of August, 1819=63. | = | LONDON: | Printed by T. GOYDER, 8, Charles Street, Parliament | Street, Westminster. | -  | 1819=63.
48 pp.
            [Minutes of the thirteenth conference:] HELD AT DERBY, | From TUESDAY the 8th, | To
FRIDAY, the 11th of August, 1820=64. | = | LONDON: | Printed by THOMAS GOYDER, 28, James Street,
 | Buckingham Gate, Westminster. | - | 1820=64.
36 pp.
And
General Conference of the New Church in Great Britain. [Gothic:] Minutes | OF | THE FOURTEENTH-[TWENTIETH] | GENERAL CONFERENCE, | OF THE | MINISTERS, | AND OTHER MEMBERS | OF | [Gothic:] The New Chujrch, | SIGNIFIED BY | THE NEW JERUSALEM | IN THE REVELATION; | Being the first[-seventh] Conference under the General Conference | Deed. | HELD AT DERBY, | From TUESDAY the 14th  | To FRIDAY, the 17th of August, 1821=65. | = | [Gothic:] London: | Printed by THOMAS GOYDER, 28, James Street, | Buckingham Gate, Westminster. | - | 1821=65.
66 pp. (p. 66 blank).
[Minutes of the fifteenth conference:] HELD AT SALFORD, MANCHESTER, | From TUESDAY, the 13th, | To SATURDAY, the 17th of August, 1822=66. | = | [Gothic:] London: | Printed by THOMAS GOYDER, 28 James Street, | Buckingham Gate, Westminster. | - | 1822=66.
58 pp. (p. 58 blank).
[Minutes of the sixteenth conference:] HELD AT THE NEW JERUSALEM TEMPLE, | WATERLOO ROAD, LONDON, | From TUESDAY, the 12th, | To SATURDAY, the 16th of August, 1823=67. | = | [Gothic:] London: | PRINTED BY THOMAS GOYDER, | 415, STRAND. | - | 1823=67.
60 pp. (last leaf blank).
[Minutes of the seventeenth conference:] HELD AT | BIRMINGHAM, | From Tuesday, the 10th, | To Saturday, the 14th of August, 1824=68. | - | LONDON: | Printed by J.S. Hodson, 15, Cross-Street, Hatton-garden. | - | 1824=68.
84 pp.
[Minutes of the eighteenth conference:] HELD AT | DERBY, | From Tuesday the 9th, | To Friday the 12th of August, 1825=69. | - | LONDON: | Printed by J.S. Hodson, 15, Cross Street, Hatton Garden. | - | 1825=69.
76 pp.
[Minutes of the nineteenth conference:] HELD AT | MANCHESTER, | From Tuesday the 8th, | To Saturday the 12th of August, 1826=70. | - | LONDON: | Printed by J.S. Hodson, 15, Cross Street, Hatton Garden. | - | 1826=70.
80 pp.
[Minutes of the twentieth conference:] HELD IN | THE NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH, | CROSS STREET, HATTON GARDEN, | LONDON, | From Tuesday, the 14th, | To Saturday, the 18th of August, 1827=71. | - | LONDON: | PRINTED BY J. S. HODSON, | Cross Street, Hatton Garden. | - | 1827=71.
72 pp.
1425 General Conference of the New Church in Great Britain.  THE │ ORDER OF WORSHIP │ OF THE │ SOCIETY OF THE NEW CHURCH, │ (Signified by the New Jerusalem in the Revelation) │ MEETING IN │ RED CROSS STREET, NEAR BARBICAN, │ LONDON. │ TOGETHER WITH │ THE FORMS FOR THE ADMINISTRA- TION OF BAPTISM, AND THE HOLY SUPPER. ALSO, │ A CATECHISM FOR THE USE OF THE NEW CHURCH. - In that day there shall be one Jehovah, and his name One. Zech. xiv. 9. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY, │ And to be had at the TEMPLE, Red Cross Street, │ and of M. SIBLY, No. 35, Goswell Street. │ - │ 1794=38.
4°, in full green polished calf.  It bears inscriptions in old brown ink of "Francis H │ Barthelemon │ Organist of The │ New Jerusalem │ Church, │ - │ No 8 Kensington │ place │ Vauxhall" (the front paste-down); "F,H, Barthelemon │ (No 8 Kensington │ place Vauxhall)" (the first fly-leaf); "This was my dear │ Father's Book │ (F.H. Barthelemon)" (the verso ); "He was always in search │ of Truth, & very charitable │ & kind to every one-- │ A W Henslowe" (below the previous one); "I gave it to my dear Fanny" (below the preceding one). 
At the back, after the advertisements but apparently integral (the paper has the same vertical chain-lines), is fold-out sheet of music called "The Doxology of the New Church", "The Music by F.H. Barthelemon".  There is also "A CATALOGUE of the TRANSLATED │ WORKS of the Hon. EMANUEL SWEDENBORG", 24 items, one leaf, no indication of publisher.
1426 In Search of the Absolute–Essays on Swedenborg and Literature.  Edited and introduced by Stephen McNeilly.  Journal of the Swedenborg Society ; 3 (London: Swedenborg House, 2004)           
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1427 [Engraved title page:] [Gothic:] The │ TALISMAN, │ FOR │ 1831. │ - │ [Vignette] │ [Gothic:] Paris: │ GIRALDON BOVINET ET C │ GALERIE VIVIENNE. │ [Gothic:] Londres: │ WHITAKER TREACHER & ARNOT. │ AVE-MARIA LANE [1830].
[Typset title-page:] THE TALISMAN; │ OR, │ BOUQUET OF LITERATURE │ AND │ THE FINE ARTS │ [6 lines from Erasmus.-Translated by S. T. Coleridge.] │ LONDON: │ WHITTAKER, TREACHER, AND CO. │ PARIS: │ GIRALDON-BOVINET & CO. │ - │ 1831.
8°, in 3/4 red calf over pebble-grain red cloth.  At the end are 8 pages of WORKS PUBLISHED BY WHITTAKER, TREACHER, AND CO.  The engraved plate with a space for a name is left blank.  The collection is edited by Z.M. Watts.  The 17 fashionable, competent plates are engraved in French.  The contents include works by Leigh Hunt, Coleridge, Shelley, Keats, Hazlitt, Charles Lamb, Beckford, and Wordsworth.
1428 Taylor, Ann.  HYMNS │ FOR │ INFANT MINDS. │ - │ BY │ THE AUTHORS │ OF │ “ORIGINAL POEMS,” “RHYMES FOR THE NURSERY,” &c. │ - │ --“We use great plainness of speech.”-- │ - │ THIRD EDITION. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR T. CONDER, BUCKLERSBURY: │ SOLD ALSO BY │ DARTON, HARVEY, & CO., GRACECHURCH STREET; AND │ CONDER & JONES, ST. PAUL’S CHURCHYARD. │ 1811.
            12°. By Ann Taylor, Jane Taylor and Isaac Taylor, jr.  One plate engraved by Ann Taylor and drawn by Isaac Taylor, junr.
1429 Taylor, Isaac.  SELF-CULTIVATION │ RECOMMENDED; │ OR, │ HINTS TO A YOUTH │ LEAVING SCHOOL. │ - │ BY ISAAC TAYLOR, │ MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL, │ [Gothic:] At Ongar. │ - │ [Two lines from Solomon.] │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR REST FENNER, │ PATERNOSTER-ROW. │ - │ 1817.
1430 Taylor, Jane.  DISPLAY. │ [Gothic:] A Tale. │ - │ BY JANE TAYLOR, │ AUTHOR OF ‘ESSAYS IN RHYME,’ AND ONE OF THE AUTHORS │ OF ‘ORIGINAL POEMS FOR INFANT MINDS,’ │ ‘HYMNS FOR INFANT MINDS,’ &C. │ - │ Examine thyself well;-see if thou art not tainted with this evil. │ Jurieu. │ - │ NINTH EDITION. │ - │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR TAYLOR AND HESSEY, │ 93, FLEET STREET. │ 1820.
            12°, one engraved plate.
1431 Terence. THE │ COMEDIES │ OF │ TERENCE, │ Translated into FAMILIAR BLANK VERSE. │ - │ By GEORGE COLEMAN. │ - │ [6 lines from Horace] │ - │ The SECOND EDITION, revised and corrected. │ - │ IN TWO VOLUMES. │ - │ VOL. I[-II]. │ = │ LONDON: │ Printed for T. BECKET and P.A. DE HONDT, in the Strand; │ and R. BALDWIN, in Pater-noster-Row. │ MDCCLXVIII [1768].
8°, in curiously spotted (acid-burned?) full calf with elaborately gilt spines, with green marbled end-papers.  The front paste-down has the elaborate armorial book-plate of "Sir Windham Dalling Bar".  After the last page of text (II, 394) is a leaf of Books printed for T. Becket and P.A. De Hondt.  The plates include masks for every play.
1432 Terence.  PUBLII │ TERENTII │ AFRI │ COMOEDIÆ. │ [Row of ornaments] │ BIRMINGHAMIAE: │ Typis JOHANNIS BASKERVILLE. │ MDCCLXXII [1772].
12° in sixes, in pleasant red calf with blue and grey marbled end-papers.  Signed in old brown ink on the second fly-leaf:  "ex Libris H.C. Morewood." Signature G2 is cancel.
  THOMSON, James
  The Seasons
  1730
1433 Thomson, James.  [Lacks title-page – information from Foxon:]  The seasons, a hymn, a poem to the memory of Sir Isaac Newton, and Britannia, a poem. London, printed for J. Millan, & A. Millar, 1730.
[1st title:]  SPRING. │ A │ POEM. │ - │ By Mr. THOMSON. │ [2-line quotation from Virgil] │ - │ The SECOND EDITION. │ - │ [Vignette] │ - │ LONDON: │ Printed for A. MILLAR, at Buchanan's Head over- │ against St. Clement's Church in the Strand. 1729. │ [Price 1 s. 6 d.]
[2nd title:]  SUMMER. │ A │ POEM. │ - │ By JAMES THOMSON. │ - │ The Third Edition with Additions. │ - │ LONDON: │ Printed by N. BLANDFORD, for J. MILLAN. │ Bookseller near Whitehall. │ - │ M DCC XXX [1730]. │ (Price 1s. 6d.)
[3rd title:]  AUTUMN. │ A │ POEM. │ - │ By JAMES THOMSON. │ - │ The SECOND EDITION. │ - │ LONDON: │ Printed by N. BLANDFORD, for J. MILLAN, │ Bookseller near Whitehall. │ - │ M DCC XXX [1730]. │ (Price 1s. 6d.)
[4th title:]  WINTER, │ A │ POEM, │ A HYMN on the SEASONS, │ A POEM │ To the MEMORY of │ Sir ISAAC NEWTON, │ AND │ BRITTANIA, a POEM. │ - │ By JAMES THOMSON. │ - │ LONDON: │ Printed for J. MILLAN, Bookseller, near │ Whitehall.  Price One Shilling and Six-pence. │ - │ M DCC XXX [1730].
[5th title:] BRITANNIA. │ A │ POEM. │ Written in the YEAR, 1719. │ - │ [6 lines from Virgil] │ - │ The THIRD EDITION. │ - │ LONDON: │ Printed by N. BLANDFORD, for J. MILLAN, │ Bookseller near Whitehall. │ - │ M DCC XXX [1730].
Small 8°, first fly-leaf torn out; lacks half-title of first poem and fly-title of second poem; signed on the frontispiece recto:  "G E Bentley Jr │ Oxford, January, 1952 [i.e., 1953]".
  1730
1434 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS. │ BY │ Mr. THOMSON. │ [Vignette] │ LONDON: │ Printed in the YEAR M.DCC.XXX [1730].  <"SEASONS", "Mr. THOMSON." and "LONDON:" are in red>
4°, in contemporary full calf, rebacked.  On the title page in old brown ink is "Cath: Tyler"; in later, blacker ink, is "David Lennox & Agnes Bennet Lennox, │ from │ their affectionate son, │ David Lennox │ 25th: Decr. 1880. │ First Edition".  Five plates and a vignette after William Kent.
  1778
1435 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS. │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ [Ornament] │ LONDON, │ Printed for W. Strahan, J. Rivington and Sons, │ W. Owen, T. Longman, T. Caslon, T. Becket, │ T.Cadell, T. Lowndes, G. Robinson, │ and H. Baldwin. │ M DCC LXXVIII [1778].
Small 12°, in tree calf, rebacked; on the title page is the old brown ink signature of G G Lennark[?].  The four traditional plates are pretty good.
  1779
1436 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS, │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ A NEW EDITION. │ ADORNED WITH A SET OF ENGRAVINGS │ FROM ORIGINAL DESIGNS. │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED │ AN ESSAY │ ON THE │ PLAN AND CHARACTER OF THE POEM, │ BY J. AIKIN. │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR J. MURRAY, NO. 32, FLEET STREET. │ MDCCLXXIX [1779].
Small 8°. There are 3 good new-fashioned plates (Hamilton-Caldwell) and 5 old-fashioned ones (Allen-Caldwell).
Copy 1:  in contemporary full plain calf.  On the recto of the 2nd fly-leaf is a long quotation in old brown ink from "Cic[ero]"; on the facing recto is "W Timfield [?] 1792" with a Latin quotation.
Copy 2:  Bound in pleasant tree calf, the hinges weak; the first fly-leaf inscribed "John Evans │ Lincoln College │ Oxford. │ 1808."  Words scribbled out on the next fly-leaf.
  1788
1437 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS, │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED │ THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, │ By PATRICK MURDOCH, D.D. F.R.S. │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY A. STRAHAN;  │ For J. Rivington & Sons, T. Payne & Sons, T. Longman, │ B. Law, G. G. J. & J. Robinson, T. Cadell, J. Nichols, │ R. Baldwin, W. Goldsmith, J. White, W. Lowndes, │ W. Bent, G. & T. Wilkie, and Scatcherd & Whitaker. │ M DCC LXXXVIII [1788].
8°, in full calf, spine handsomely gilt.  On the "Autumn" half title in a fine 18th-century hand is "Jn Blake │ Tuttington Hall │ Norfolk".  There are 4 rather nice conventional plates (Dodd-T. Cooke).
  1790
1438 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS. │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ WITH HIS LAST │ CORRECTIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS. │ IN TWO VOLUMES. │ WITH THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, │ AND ELEGANT COPPERPLATES. │ VOL. I[-II]. │ - │ PERTH: │ PRINTED BY R. MORISON JUNIOR, │ FOR R. MORISON AND SON, BOOKSELLERS, PERTH; │ AND G. MUDIE, EDINBURGH. │ M,DCC,XC [1790].
6°, in handsome polished tree-calf (the gilt spine somewhat worn, label missing); the front paste-down is inscribed:  "Eliz Drewe Band │ Jany. 19. 1814 │ Given her, by her Papa │ on that day a dreadfull Snow which begun the 4th & ended ---", and on the recto of the first fly-leaf "Edwd W Band │ 1800".  In it is a charming strand of pale soft blond-white hair tied in a neat bow.  There are 3 indifferent plates.
  1791
1439 Thomson, James.  THE │ [Ornamental:] SEASONS, │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ - │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED │ THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, │ BY PATRICK MURDOCH, D.D.F.R.S. │ AND │ AN ESSAY │ ON THE │ PLAN AND CHARACTER OF THE POEM, │ BY J. AIKIN. │ - │ A NEW EDITION │ REVISED AND CORRECTED │ BY │ J. J. C. TIMAEUS. │ [Ornament] │ HAMBURG, │ PRINTED FOR J. H. and J. G. HEROLD, │ BY G. F. SCHNIEBES. │ MDCCXCI [1791].
Small 8°, in ¾ calf (hinges perishing) with odd brown marbled boards.  The interesting feature of this school text is the engraved title-page showing all four seasons.
  1792
1440 Thomson, James.  [Engraved title:]  The │ SEASONS │ by │ JAMES THOMSON; with new and original Notes │ Embellished with sixteen elegant Engravings │ Designed by C. Ansell and Engraved by A. Birrell, │ to which is prefixed │ THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR. │ [Vignette] │ [Gothic:] LONDON, │ Printed by A. Paris, Published by J. Strachan, N. 67, Strand, W. Stewart, opposite York House, Piccadilly, and P. Hill, Edinburgh. │ MDCCXCII [1792].
4°, in full speckled calf, hinges tender.  On the violently-marbled green and pink front paste-down is the armorial book-plate of "Francis Enys, Enys, near Penryn, Cornwall."   The 9 full-page plates and the 7 frontispieces are curiously Victorian in style. Library copy lacks one plate and last eight leaves (“notes”).
  1792
1441 Thomson, James.  LES SAISONS, │ POÈME, │ TRADUIT DE L'ANGLOIS │ DE THOMPSON [sic]. │ [Flower ornament] │ A PARIS. │ = │ M. DCC. XCII [1792].    
6°, in quite pleasant polished calf with black and blue marbled end-papers.  At the end is the "Hymn" as usual.  There are five rather worn plates.  Oval stamp "W.L" on the half-title, frontispiece, title page.
  1793
1442 Thomson, James.  [Engraved title:]  THE SEASONS, │ ----- By ----- │ James Thomson,With his Life, an Index, and Glossary. │ ----- A ----- │ Dedication to the EARL of BUCHAN │ ----- and ----- │ Notes to the Seasons, │ ----- By ----- │ PERCIVAL STOCKDALE. │ [Vignette] │ [Gothic:] London, │ Printed for A. Hamilton, Gray's Inn Gate, Holborn, │ 1793.
4°.  There are 6 full-page plates (frontispiece, title page, and at pp. 1, 49, 121, 175) dated 1 Dec 1792 and 1 Feb 1793 and 9 vignette head- and tail-pieces (title page and on pp. 1, 45, 49, 117, 121, 172, 175, 215) dated 1 Sept, 1 Oct, 1 Nov, 1 Dec 1792, 1 Jan 1793 DESIGNED by Anon. (6), Ramsey (frontispiece portrait), H. Singleton (3), and Stothard (3:  title page vignette, full-page plate at pp. 1, and vignette on p. 215 -- the anonymous vignettes are probably by him too), and ENGRAVED by Anon. (7), Audinet (1), J. Corner (1), Myers (1), Reading (3), and Thornthwaite (1).
The dedication is signed by Stockdale.  The subscription list (xxi-xxiv) lists 694 copies sold to booksellers:  J. & A. Arch, London (40 copies), Archer, Dublin (50), Bew, London (100), Dyer, Exeter (26), Dickson, Edinburgh (50), Hazard, Bath (12), J. Parsons, London (100), T. Payne & Son, London (100), Messrs Robinson, London (100), H.D. Symonds, London (100), and Wetton, Chertsey (6).
Copy 1: undecorated brown tree calf.  First paste-down inscribed sideways with "Bartlet Goodrich │ Xmas 1802".
Copy 2: Bound in pleasant polished calf, the hinges very tender, with violent green and pink marbled end-papers.  Inscribed at the top of the title page in old brown ink:  "Ferdinando Smith │ Hales-owen Grange".  Added plate after a design by Singleton opposite p. 41.
  1793
1443 Thomson, James.  [Engraved title:] [Ornamental:] Morison's │ EDITION OF │ [Ornamental:]  Thomson's Seasons. │ [Vignette] │ PERTH; │ 1793.
[Type-set title:]  THE │ SEASONS, │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ A NEW EDITION. │ ADORNED WITH │ A SET OF ENGRAVINGS, │ FROM │ ORIGINAL PAINTINGS. │ TOGETHER WITH │ AN ORIGINAL LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, │ AND │ A CRITICAL ESSAY ON THE SEASONS. │ BY ROBERT HERON. │ - │ PERTH: │ PRINTED BY R. MORISON, JUNIOR, │ FOR R. MORISON AND SON, BOOKSELLERS. │ M,DCC,XCIII [1793].
4°, in blind-stamped calf (?rebacked); with the book-plate on the grey marbled paste-down of RCM (or perhaps CRM) Musselburgh and a clipping about the "Bi-Centenary of James Thomson, Poet of 'The Seasons'" from The Scotsman, 10 Sept 1900.  The 8 plates are very creditable.
  1793
1444 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS, │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │- │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED │ THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, │ BY PATRICK MURDOCH, D.D. F.R.S. │ - │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR T. LONGMAN, B. LAW AND SON, H. BALD- │ WIN, C. G. J. AND J. ROBINSON, T. CADELL, R. BALD- │ WIN, F. AND C. RIVINGTON, G. AND T. WILKIE, │ W. GOLDSMITH, T. PAYNE, JUN. SCATCHERD AND │ WHITAKER, W. LOWNDES, OGILVY AND SPEARE, │ W. BENT, AND HOOKHAM AND CARPENTER. │ - │ M DCC XCIII [1793].
8°. There are 4 plates Corbould-Parker.  [They were re-engraved by Cromek in the 1803 edition below.]
Copy 1: In sound contemporary? polished calf, with strong green and pink marbled end-papers; at the top right of the first fly-leaf is a name cut out followed by "April 2d │ 1795[?]".
Copy 2: Bound in full calf, spine gilt but dull; on the recto of the second fly-leaf is written in old brown ink:  "Fr: Januvin[?] Jun".
  1794
1445 Thomson, James.  [Engraved title:] THE │ SEASONS, │ By │ James Thomson, │ with his │ LIFE and NOTES. │ [Portrait] │ Embellished with fourteen Plates. │ London Printed for Iohn Stockdale, Piccadilly 1794.
8°, in sound dark green morocco with black and orange marbled end-papers, the front paste-down with the book-plate of "Pamela and │ Raymond Lister". and the verso of the first fly-leaf inscribed in old brown ink "M. Hill │ Walthemstow". Thirteen plates engraved after designs by Stothard.
  1797
1446 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS. │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ - │ EDINBURGH: │ PRINTED FOR A. AND J. IMRAY, │ BOOKSELLERS, GLASGOW. │ 1797.
6° without covers, an ephemeral publication in shoddy condition, with 5 plates engraved by Haldane. Library copy lacks p. 145-146; half-title page; frontispiece portrait; and plates introducing “Summer” and “Autumn”.
  1802
1447 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS, │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ A NEW EDITION. │ = │ ADORNED WITH PLATES. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY T. BENSLEY, BOLT-COURT, FLEET-STREET, │ FOR F.J. DU ROVERAY; │ AND SOLD BY W. MILLER, E. LLOYD, R. DUTTON, │ AND B. CROSBY AND CO. │ - │ 1802.
Small 8°.  There are 7 good plates, including 2 by Fuseli. At the end is a leaf printed by Bensley of Du Roveray's editions (though Du Roveray is not named) "lately published, │ Uniform with the present Volume" of (1) Glover's Leonidas, with 7 plates, £1.1.0 in Boards; (2) Pope's Rape of the Lock, with 6 plates, 10 s 6d; (3) Gray's Poems, with 6 plates, 10s 6d; (4) Goldsmith's Poems, with 6 plates, 10s 6d ("A few Copies ... on Large Paper, with Proof Impressions of the Plates"; "decorated Portraits of Gray and Goldsmith," as frontispieces, may be had separately at 1s 6d, with proofs at 3s); plus (5) Milton, Paradise Lost "Speedily will be published" "In Twelve Numbers", with 12 plates after Fuseli and Hamilton plus portrait, "3s. p Number and 5s for the large paper copies".
Copy 1: in handsome tree calf with powerfully marbled grey and orange end-papers.  On the top right corner of the verso of the first fly-leaf is a pink rectangular ticket with "Bound by │ C. KALTHOEBER, │ London."  Inscribed in old brown ink on the facing page:  "To Miss Brigett │ with F[?]. Coopers │ Best Regards."  On the recto of the 3rd fly-leaf is inscribed in old brown ink:  "Elizabeth frances Hunsheard │ the gift of her beloved Mother │ October 28h 1826." Lacks final leaf of publisher’s advertisements.
Copy 2: Bound in very drab buckram(?) over buff (?originally pink) boards. 
  1802
1448 Thomson, James.  [Type-set title:] THE │ SEASONS, │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON, │ WITH │ HIS LIFE, BY MR. MURDOCH, │ AN │ ESSAY ON THE PLAN AND MANNER OF THE POEM, │ BY J. AIKEN, M. D. │ AND │ A COMPLETE GLOSSARY AND INDEX. │ = │ EMBELLISHED WITH ENGRAVINGS. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY C. WHITTINGHAM, │ Dean Street, Fetter Lane, │ FOR G. AND J. ROBINSON; R. BALDWIN; F. AND C. RIVINGTON; W. J. AND J │ RICHARDSON; VERNOR AND HOOD; T. PAYNE; W. LOWNDES; G. WILKIE; OGILVY │ AND SON; J. SCATCHERD; J. WALKER; C. LAW; J. NUNN, LONGMAN, AND REES; │ CADELL AND DAVIS; CARPENTER AND CO.; T. HURST; BLACK AND PARRY; AND │ B. CROSBY. │ - │ 1802.
[Engraved title:] THE │ [Ornamental:] SEASONS │ [Ornamental:] BY │ JAMES THOMSON, │ WITH │ [Ornamental:] His Life. │ Complete Index and Glossary. │ [Vignette] │ Published by Vernor & Hood Poultry. │ V. Woodthorpe scrip. et sculp. 27 Fetter Lane.
8°. There are five rather good plates.
Copy 1: in handsomely gilt diaper-work morocco, stamped in gilt on the front panel "G │ 547", front board loose.  At the top right corner of the first handsome grey and orange marbled paste-down is an octagonal pink ticket:  "Bound by │ Henington │ Ingram Court │ Fenchurch S".  Below it is the handsome armorial book-plate (griffin, birds) lettered only "NE TIMEAS NISI DEVM", and hinged above it is the borrower's slip of WORCESTER PUBLIC LIBRARY REFERENCE DEPARTMENT, Class G, No. 547, with dates of 1895, [19]12, 1926.
Copy 2: Bound in pleasantly gilt calf with greyish blue marbled end-papers.
  1802
1449 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS, │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON: │ To which is prefixed, │ A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR. │ TOGETHER WITH │ ILLUSTRATIVE REMARKS ON THE SEASONS. │ - │ BY THE │ REV. J. EVANS, A.M. │ Master of a Seminary for a limited number of Pupil's, Pullin's Row, │ ISLINGTON. │ - │ [Gothic:] London: │ PRINTED BY J. CUNDEE, IVY-LANE, │ FOR T. HURST, PATERNOSTER-ROW. │ - │ 1802.
8°, in sound contemporary handsomely-tooled | red morocco over greyish brown paste-boards, with the Tudor rose book-plate of B.C.T[udor].  Inscribed "J Cronus[?]".  Besides the frontispiece portrait, there are 8 good plates.  The verso of the last page has an advertisement for T. Hurst.
  1802
1450 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON: │ To which is prefixed, │ A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR. │ TOGETHER WITH │ ILLUSTRATIVE REMARKS ON THE SEASONS. │ - │ BY THE │ REV. J. EVANS, A.M. │ Master of a Seminary for a limited number of Pupils, Pullin's  Row, │ ISLINGTON. │ - │ [Gothic:] London: │ PRINTED BY J. CUNDEE, IVY-LANE, │ FOR T. HURST, PATERNOSTER-ROW; │ J. Booth, Duke-Street, Portland Chapel; J. Dingle, Bury; C. Smith, │ T. Gibbon, and J. Bally, Bath; A. Bothamley, │ and H. Holmes, Leeds. │ - │ 1802.
6°, in limp green morocco in a semi-Yapp binding style.  Besides the frontispiece portrait, there are 8 charming plates.
  1803
1451 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS, │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ WITH │ AN ACCOUNT │ OF │ [Gothic:] His Life and Writings. │ [Woodblock ornament] │ - │ [Gothic:] Dundee: │ PRINTED BY CHALMERS, RAY, & Co.  - │ 1803.
8° size and shape but signed as a 4°; in each gathering, two leaves are broad and two are narrow. Inscribed "Southover Meeting Library".  There are pencil notes here and there, e.g., 50, 69.
PLATES:  The plates are headed:  "CHALMERS RAY & CO'S EDITION OF THOMPSON'S SEASONS", with no date in the imprint.  They consist of the frontispiece portrait of Thompson (Anon-D. Lizers) and at pp. 3, 47, 115, 167 (before each Season), fair in quality though Anon.-Anon.; Winter is especially good.  The designs are in an oval surmounted by floral swags.
  1803
1452 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS, │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, │ THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, │ BY PATRICK MURDOCH, D.D. F.R.S. │ AND AN ESSAY ON │ THE PLAN AND MANNER OF THE POEM: │ BY J. AIKIN, M.D. │ LONDON: │ Printed by A. Strahan, Printers-Street, │ for R. Baldwin, F.C. and J Rivington, W.J. and J. Richardson, │ T. Payne, G. and J. Robinson, W. Lowndes, G.Wilkie, │ Ogilvy and Son, Scatcherd and Letterman, Vernor and Hood, │ J. Nunn, C. Law, Longman and Rees, Cadell and Davies, │ Carpenter and Co.; and T. Hurst. │ 1803.
8°, bound in spotted calf, front board missing when purchased.   There are 4 plates Corbould-R.H. Cromek published by Cadell & Davies Nov 1803.
  1804
1453 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS; │ BY JAMES THOMSON. │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, │ [Gothic:] The Life of the Author. │ [row of ornaments] │ [woodcut of musical instruments and flowers] │ [row of ornaments] │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR J. BRAMBLES, A. MEGGITT, AND │ J. WATERS; BY H. MOZLEY, MARKET- │ PLACE, GAINSBOROUGH. │ 1804.
[Cover-title:]  THE │ SEASONS; │ BY JAMES THOMSON. │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, │ THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR. │ = │ [woodcut of plant and trumpet] │ GAINSBOROUGH: │ PRINTED BY H. MOZLEY [n.d.].
6°, in original, quite rubbed paste-board covers, the spine barely legible, cord barely holding.
PLATES:  There are much worn but pleasant woodblocks on the Argument of each season (pp. 2, 47, 118, 172) and three pleasant plates (J. Burnet-R. Scott) as the frontispiece (Spring), and at pp. 121 (Autumn), and 172 (Winter) -- there is none for Summer (should be at p. 49, the beginning of a gathering) and none for the "Hymn" at the end.
  1805
1454 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS, │ BY │ J. THOMSON. │ EMBELLISHED │ WITH ENGRAVINGS ON WOOD │ By BEWICK, │ [Gothic:] from Thurston's Designs. │ [vignette of sun-set] │ ............ and thou, O Sun! │ Soul of surrounding worlds! in whom best seen │ Shines out thy Maker! may I sing of thee? │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR JAMES WALLIS, PATERNOSTER-ROW, │ By T. Bensley, Bolt Court, Fleet Street. │ 1805.
8°, in handsome contemporary tree calf, hinges weak, spine almost Black, Yellow end-leaves, small tissue-paper guards for the plates. Large paper ed.
The ten, unsigned, quite pleasant plates are on the title page, as a vignette for each season half-title (pp. xxiii, 61, 153, 225) and tail-piece (57, 149, 221, 278), plus a half-title for the "Hymn" (279); the fewer people they have the better is their success.
  1805
1455 Thomson, James.  [Gothic:] The Seasons. │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ - │ A NEW EDITION. │ ORNAMENTED WITH │ ENGRAVINGS ON WOOD, │ BY BEWICK, │ FROM │ DESIGNS OF MR. THURSTON. │ [Vignette] │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR JAMES WALLIS, PATERNOSTER-ROW. │ By Thomas Davison, Whitefriars. │ 1805.
8°, in black ¾ morocco over grey marbled boards, all much rubbed.  It is inscribed in old brown ink on the front paste-down "Hannah Stack │ Jan  1847 │ [In a different hand:] Miss Hannah Stack │ March the 8h 1830 │ [and in blue ink:] Hannah"; on the title page sideways in blue ink is "Hannah │ Her     "; at the top of the Directions to the Binder in pencil is "Edw Stark"; on the back fly-leaf is various pencil writing, including "Revd A B Bowen" above "Miss Stack │ [an address?]"; and on the back paste-down in pencil is "Miss Stack │ [the same illegible address] │ 1846".  The ten plates are quite good.
  1807
1456 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS, │ BY │ [Gothic:] James Thomson. │ ILLUSTRATED WITH │ ENGRAVINGS │ BY │ F. BARTOLOZZI & P. W. TOMKINS,  │ [Gothic:] Historical Engravers to Their Majesties; │ FROM │ ORIGINAL PICTURES │ PAINTED FOR THE WORK BY │ WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY T. BENSLEY, BOLT COURT, │ FOR LONGMAN HURST, REES, AND ORME, PATERNOSTER ROW. │ 1807.
4°, in handsome contemporary gilt and blind-tooled red morocco, with the pink ticket of "N. WHITLEY, Bookseller, &c. │ HALIFAX" and an inscription on the fly-leaf:  "elizabeth walker │ 1821".  Armorial bookplate of Capt. G. Mackay Sutherland.  WATERMARK:  J WHATMAN 1794 as in the 1797 edition.
  1811
1457 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS, │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED │ THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, │ BY P. MURDOCH, D.D. F.R.S. │ AND │ AN ESSAY │ ON │ THE PLAN AND CHARACTER OF THE POEM, │ BY J. AIKIN, M.D. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR WILKIE AND ROBINSON; J. WALKER; CADELL │ AND DAVIES; SCATCHERD AND LETTERMAN; W. LOWNDES; │ J. NUNN; LONGMAN AND CO.; C. LAW; J. CARPENTER; WHITE │ AND COCHRANE; B. CROSBY AND CO.; BLACK AND CO.; │ J. MURRAY; J. RICHARDSON; L.B. SEELEY; J. BOOKER; AND │ GALE AND CURTIS. │ - │ 1811.
8°, in contemporary tree-like calf with violently marbled black and green end-papers.  There are 4 fairly good plates (T. Uwins-A. Gordon), imprint of J. Wilkes and Partners, n.d.
  1812
1458 Thomson, James.  [Engraved title:THE │ SEASONS, │ [Gothic:] BY │ James Thomson. │ [Vignette] │ LONDON, │ Published by Suttaby, Evance, & Fox; and Crosby & C. Stationers Court. │ 1812. │ Corrall, Printer.
12°, in sound ¾ red morocco over grey marbled boards with dramatic black and orange marbled end-papers; inscribed in old brown ink on the third fly-leaf recto:  "Elizabeth Webb │ march 22d 1813. │ D'un Ami │ G.-F."  There are two rather pleasant plates, the mediocre title page and the frontispiece (H. Singleton-I. Taylor).
  1813
1459 Thomson, James.  THE | SEASONS, | HYMNS, ODE, AND SONGS, | OF | JAMES THOMSON: | WITH | HIS LIFE, BY MR. MURDOCH; | AND A COMPLETE | GLOSSARY AND INDEX. | - | WITH WOOD-CUTS. | [wavy line] | STEREOTYPE EDITION. | [wavy line] | LONDON: | PRINTED BY AND FOR J. W. H. PAYNE, | Warwick-square, Newgate-street, | FOR J. HARRIS; CRADOCK AND JOY; A. K. NEWMAN, AND CO; | AND G. COWIE, AND CO.  | 1813.
12°, in worn late-19th-century ¾ calf over brown cloth; signatures of “Christopher Hill | 24/8/28" [sic] (flyleaf, in pencil) and “R Lamb Nottingham” (in old brown ink on title page).
There are 5 plates: the frontispiece (portrait of ‘THOMSON”, “Engraved by Facius”, “Published by Vernor, Hood & Sharpe, 1810" plus a pleasant anonymous woodcut without imprint for each Season at pp. 49, 103 (3 workmen bathing), 185, 249.
“An Account of the Life and Writings of Thomson” (pp. 5-22), “An Essay on the Plan and Character of Thomson’s Seasons” (pp. 23-45), and an Index and Glossary (pp. 317-323) e.g., for “Anglers, instructions for”.
  1817
1460 Thomson, James.  [Engraved title:]  THE │ SEASONS │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON │ EMBELLISHED WITH ENGRAVINGS │ FROM THE DESIGNS OF │ RICH. WESTALL R.A. [Vignette] │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR JOHN SHARPE, PICCADILLY. │ 1816.
[Type-set title:] THE │ SEASONS │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR JOHN SHARPE, │ PICCADILLY; │ BY C. WHITTINGHAM, CHISWICK. │ - │ M DCCC XVII [1817].
12°, in somewhat worn ¾ black calf over black and blue vertically-patterned marbled boards. There are five plates, including engraved title-page, by Richard Westall-Charles Heath.
  1817
1461 Thomson, James.  [Engraved title:THE │ SEASONS, │ [Gothic:] BY │ James Thomson. │ [Vignette] │ LONDON │ Published by Suttaby, Evance, & Fox Stationers Court & Baldwin, Cradock & Joy Paternoster Row │ 1817. │ Corrall, Printer.
12°, in handsome contemporary immaculate polished calf; colophon on the last page of J. Seeley, Printer, Buckingham.  The plates [from the 1812 edition] are the title page vignette and the rather agreeable frontispiece.
  1819
1462 Thomson, James.  [Engraved title:]  THE │ SEASONS │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON │ EMBELLISHED WITH ENGRAVINGS │ FROM THE DESIGNS OF │ RICHD. WESTALL R.A. │ [Vignette] │ LONDON. │ PRINTED FOR JOHN SHARPE, PICCADILLY, │ 1819.
[Type-set title:]  THE │ SEASONS. │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON │ = │  LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR JOHN SHARPE, │ PICCADILLY; │ BY C. WHITTINGHAM, CHISWICK. │ - │ M DCCC XVIII [1818].
12°, in sound brown calf with handsome blind rules on the panels.  On the front brown marbled-paper pastedown is the armorial book-plate of James Gildea; on the second fly-leaf recto is an old brown ink inscription:  "Ann Cecil Agar.  The gift of Mary Bennet │ on 17th Septr 1820.  On her twelfth Birthday."  Inserted is a small folded note with a pencil address on one side to "Miss Lizam[?]" and on the other side a pencil message:

I hope you will my dearest pupil with some little portion of the pleasure I experience in offering, receive this testimony of the high regard I have held your perseverance and improvement but above all your unvaried amiable conduct since I have been your instructress, and as my interest for your improvement could not have been greater, so to have had the happiness to have been serviceable to you will continue one of my most pleasing remembrances.

  1820
1463 Thomson, James.  THE │ SEASONS. │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ [Vignette] │ CHISWICK: │ [Gothic:] From the Press of C. Whittingham, │ COLLEGE HOUSE. │ SOLD BY R. JENNINGS, POULTRY; T. TEGG, CHEAPSIDE; │ A. K. NEWMAN AND CO. LEADENHALL STREET, LONDON; │ J. SUTHERLAND, EDINBURGH; │ AND RICHARD GRIFFIN AND CO. GLASGOW. │ - │ 1820.
6°, in dark brown ¾ morocco over brown marbled boards, with the signature on the fly-leaf of "H G Gilbert │ November 1858".  The 8 anonymous vignettes on half-titles and as tail-pieces are fairly good.
  1825
1464 Thomson, James.  [Engraved title:]  THE │ SEASONS BY THOMSON. │ [Vignette of reaper-with-a-scythe and dog by moonlight, "R. Westall R.A. del. Cha Roll sc"] │ Breathe your still song into the reaper's heart. │ Hymn. │ LONDON: │ PUBLISHED BY JOHN SHARPE. │ 1825.
[Type-set title-page:]  THE │ SEASONS. │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR JOHN SHARPE, │ DUKE STREET, PICCADILLY; │ BY CHARLES WHITTINGHAM, CHISWICK. │ - │ M DCCC XXIV [1824].
12°, in coral calf with an elaborately-gilt spine, fine marbled end-papers.  Inscription on the fly-leaf:  "A. Stanley I. Fisher │ Christ Church, Oxford. │ 21/xi/26."  There are scribbles on the fly-leaves at the end. There are 6 good plates dated 1 January 1825 after Westall engraved by Charles Rolls (5) and John Romney (1) as the frontispiece and at pp. 3, 46, 116, 168, 210.
  Dove ?1830
1465 Thomson, James.  [Engraved title:] THOMSON'S SEASONS │ AND │ CASTLE OF INDOLENCE. │ - │ [Large vignette] │ [Gothic:] London: │ ENGRAVED FOR DOVE'S ENGLISH CLASSICS.
[Type-set title:] THE │ SEASONS,│ AND │ CASTLE OF INDOLENCE; │ BY JAMES THOMSON. │ - │ WITH THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, │ BY SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D. │ [Vignette] │ LONDON: │ PRINTED AND SOLD BY J. F. DOVE, │ ST. JOHN'S SQUARE.
[Type-set cover:]  THE │ SEASONS,│ AND │ CASTLE OF INDOLENCE; │ BY │ JAMES THOMSON. │ - │ WITH THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, │ BY SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D. │ - │ LONDON: │ PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY J.F. DOVE, │ ST. JOHN'S SQUARE. │ = │ Dove's English Classics continued [from the back cover] ...
12° in paper-over-cardboard, in immaculate condition.  No hint of a date on title pages or plates.  The first fly-leaf is signed in old brown ink "Mary F. Leighton--".  After the first fly-leaf are 12 pages of J.F.Dove's "Cheap List".  (On the back cover, the somewhat different list specifies that the books have "Engravings by Heath, Finden, and others; from Designs by Corbould".  The plates consist of the frontispiece and engraved title (H. Corbould-C. Heath, quite good) and type-set title vignette.
1465A Thomson, James.  TANCRED AND SIGISMUNDA. │ = │ A │ TRAGEDY, │ BY MR. JAMES THOMSON. │ = │ ADAPTED FOR │ THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION, │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRES-ROYAL, │ DRURY-LANE AND COVENT-GARDEN. │ = │ REGULATED FROM THE PROMPT-BOOKS, │ By Permission of the Managers. │ = │ “The lines distinguished by inverted Commas, are omitted in the Representations │ and those printed in Italics are the additions of the Theatres.” │ = │ LONDON: │ = │ Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of │ JOHN BELL, [Gothic:] British Library, STRAND, │ Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. │ - │ M DCC XCII [1792].
            Bound with:
            Murphy, Arthur.  THE │ GRECIAN DAUGHTER. │ = │ A │ TRAGEDY, │ BY ARTHUR MURPHY, ESQ. │ = │ ADAPTED FOR │ THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION, │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRES-ROYAL, │ DRURY-LANE AND COVENT-GARDEN. │ = │ REGULATED FROM THE PROMPT-BOOKS, │ By Permission of the Managers. │ = │ “The Lines distinguished by inverted Commas, are omitted in the Representation.” │ = │ LONDON: │ = │ Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of │ JOHN BELL, [Gothic:] British-Library, STRAND, │ Bookseller to His Royal Highness the PRINCE of WALES. │ - │ M DCC XCII [1792].
            And
            Southerne, Thomas.  ISABELLA; │ OR, │ THE FATAL MARRIAGE. │ = │ A │ TRAGEDY, │ ALTERED FROM │ SOUTHERN. │ = │ ADAPTED FOR │ THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION, │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRES-ROYAL, │ DRURY-LANE AND COVENT-GARDEN. │ = │ “The Lines distinguished by inverted Commas, are omitted in the Representation. │ = │ LONDON: │ = │ Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of │ JOHN BELL, [Gothic:] British Library, STRAND, │ Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. │ - │ MDCCXCII [1792].
            And
            Lillo, George.  GEORGE BARNWELL. │ = │ A │ TRAGEDY, │ BY GEORGE LILLO. │ = │ ADAPTED FOR │ THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION, │ AS PERFORMED AT THE │ THEATRES-ROYAL, │ DRURY-LANE AND COVENT-GARDEN. │ = │ REGULATED FROM THE PROMPT-BOOKS, │ By Permission of the Managers. │ = │ “The Lines distinguished by inverted Commas, are omitted in the Representation.” │ = │ LONDON: │ = │ Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of │ JOHN BELL, [Gothic:] British-Library, STRAND, │ Bookseller to His Royal Highness the PRINCE of WALES. │ - │ M DCC XCII [1792].
  Works
  1788
1466 Thomson, James.  THE │ WORKS │ OF │ JAMES THOMSON. │ WITH HIS LAST │ CORRECTIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS. │ IN THREE VOLUMES COMPLETE. │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED │ THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, │ By PATRICK MURDOCH, D.D. F.R.S. │ - │ VOLUME THE FIRST[-THIRD]. │ - │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY A. STRAHAN; │ For J. Rivington and Sons, T. Payne and Sons, S. Crowder, │ T. Longman, B. Law, G. G. J. and J. Robinson, T. Cadell, │ J. Nichols, R. Baldwin, W. Goldsmith, W. Stuart, J. Murray, │ J. White, W. Lowndes, W. Bent, S. Hayes, G. and T. Wilkie, │ D. Ogilvy, and Scatcherd and Whitaker. │ M DCC LXXXVIII [1788].
8°, 3 vols., in full calf, rebacked.  On the front paste-down of each volume is an armorial book-plate lettered PLURIBUS ASSUESCE MENTEM signed James Norman; above it is inscribed in old brown ink "Jas Bonomi May 29--1813"; and the facing fly-leaf is inscribed F[?] Bellairs │ 1851.  The 11 plates, including 2 by Stothard, are interesting.
  1803
1467 Thomson, James.  THE │ WORKS │ OF │ MR. JAMES THOMSON, │ WITH HIS LAST │ CORRECTIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS. │ IN THREE VOLUMES COMPLETE. │ - │ TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, │ THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, │ BY │ PATRICK MURDOCH, D.D. F.R.S. │ = │ VOL. I[-III]. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR R. BALDWIN; J. NICHOLS AND SON; F. AND C. RIVINGTON; │ W.J. AND J. RICHARDSON; J. WALKER; R. LEA; W. LOWNDES; │ G. AND J. ROBINSON; T. PAYNE; G. WILKIE; │ OGILVY AND SON; J. SCATCHERD; VERNOR AND HOOD; │ J. NUNN; C. LAW; LONGMAN AND REES; CADELL, JUN. AND DAVIES; │ B. CROSBY; T. HURST; CARPENTER AND CO; │ AND BLACKS AND PARRY. │ - │ 1803 [v. 2-3, 1802].
8°, 3 vols. in sound and handsome full calf, with powerfully marbled green and pink paste-downs and fore-edges.  The handsome plates after Metz in vol. 1 bear the imprint of Murray, 1792. There are also 3 Stothard plates.
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1468 Thornton, Robert John. [Vol. I:] ELEMENTS │ OF │ BOTANY. │ - │ PART I. │ CLASSIFICATION. │ - │ BY │ R.J. THORNTON, M.D. │ MEMBER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, AND OF THE ROYAL │ LONDON COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, &c. &c. &c. │ - │ VOL. I. │ = │ [Gothic:] London: │ Printed for the Author, as Prizes in the Royal Botanical Lottery, by J. WHITING, Finsbury Place. │ - │ 1812.
[Vol. II:] PART II. │ TERMS OF THE SCIENCE. │ ... │ VOL. II. │ = │ [Gothic:] London │ Printed for the Author by J. WHITING, Finsbury Place. │ 1812.
Two volumes in 1, large 8°, in ¾ calf over brown marbled boards, hinges giving.  With the armorial book-plate on the front paste-down of "Charles Douglas Halford."  Inscribed in modern black ink on the first fly-leaf:  "E Hesketh Hubbard │ Oct. 1 1915".  There are only 90 and 73 pp. of text, but there are masses of uncoloured engravings of plants.
1469 Thurston, John. [Cover label title:] THURSTON’S ILLUSTRATIONS │ OF │ [Gothic:] Shakspeare’s Dramas. │ - │ INDIA PROOFS. │ - │ PRICE….FIVE POUNDS FIVE SHILLINGS.
[Imprint from individual plates:] London. Published by Thomas Tegg. No. 111 Cheapside.[1811-1817].
            Consists of 50 engraved plates, including title-pages, made by Richard Rhodes from Thurston’s drawings for the Tegg edition of Shakespeare.
1470 Tooke, John Horne. [Part I] [Greek:] EIIEA IITEPOENTA [Epea pteroenta (romanized)], │ OR, THE │ DIVERSIONS │ OF │ PURLEY. │ - │ PART I. │ - │ BY JOHN HORNE TOOKE, A.M. │ LATE OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE. │ - │ SECOND EDITION. │ - │ LONDON: PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR, │ AT J. JOHNSON'S, NO. 72, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH YARD. │ M DCC XCVIII [1798].
[Part II:] ... J. HORNE TOOKE │ ... M DCCC V [1805].
4°, 2 vols., in full brown criss-crossed leather, with a ticket:  "Bound by │ J. Bohn │ N 31, Frith Str Soho, │ LONDON."  There is a frontispiece engraved by W. Sharp, 1798, of Mercury taking off his winged sandal.  Part II is dedicated to the Jury which acquitted him.  The fly-leaf of Vol. I is inscribed:

Dear Sir,
We, the undersigned, as a memorial of our sincere respect and affection, request your acceptance of the following important and matchless work.
James Mdougal, 422 Oxford Street
John Warlock[?], 20, Charlotte St. Fitzroy Sq
John White, N. 2, John S Oxford S.
F.L. Martin, 78 John S  Fitzroy Square
Feb 9h 1807.

1471 Tooke, John Horne. [Greek:] EIIEA IITEPOENTA [Epea pteroenta (romanized)], │ OR THE │ DIVERSIONS OF PURLEY. │ BY JOHN HORNE TOOK. │ - │ A NEW EDITION, │ REVISED AND CORRECTED │ By RICHARD TAYLOR, F.S.A. F.L.S. │ WITH NUMEROUS ADDITIONS │ FROM THE COPY PREPARED BY THE AUTHOR FOR REPUBLICATION: │ TO WHICH IS ANNEXED HIS │ LETTER TO JOHN DUNNING, ESQ. │ - │ IN TWO VOLUMES. │ VOL. I[-II]. │ - │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY RICHARD TAYLOR, RED LION COURT, FLEET STREET; │ FOR THOMAS TEGG, CHEAPSIDE: │ JOHN CUMMING, DUBLIN; AND R. GRIFFIN AND CO., GLASGOW. │ - │ 1829.
Two volumes in large 8°, in original | green cloth over grey paste-boards.  Inscribed on Vol. I fly-leaf:  "M John Austin, │ With the Editor's best regards."  It has a good frontispiece engraved by Sharp of Mercury putting on (?or taking off) his winged sandals.
1472 Townshend, Thomas, of Gray’s Inn. POEMS │ BY │ THOMAS TOWNSHEND, Esq. │ OF GRAY'S INN. │ = │ [Greek] -- PINDAR. │ = │ LONDON: │ PRINTED BY T. BENSLEY, │ FOR E. AND S. HARDING, PALL MALL. │ - │ 1796.
8°, in ¾ calf over grey marbled boards, rebacked in leather, with remains from a red ticket pulled off the front paste-down; inserted is a cut-out slip from a catalogue offering it for £95.  There are 22 rather slight, mostly stippled plates, 15 by Stothard.
1473 Tresham, Henry.  "Antony and Cleopatra", oil on canvas, 30 x 40", in a handsome carved and gilt frame.
1474 Turner, Sharon.  A │ VINDICATION │ OF THE │ GENUINENESS │ OF THE │ ANCIENT BRITISH POEMS │ OF │ ANEURIN, TALIESIN, LLYWARCH HEN, AND MERDHIN, WITH│ SPECIMENS OF THE POEMS. │ - │ BY SHARON TURNER, F.A.S. │ - │ LONDON: │ PRINTED FOR E. WILLIAMS, │ BOOKSELLER TO THE DUKE AND DUTCHESS OF YORK, │ AND SUCCESSOR TO MR. BLAMIRE, NO. 11, STRAND; │ AND SOLD BY │ MESSRS. LONGMAN AND REES, PATERNOSTER ROW. │ - │ 1803.
8°, in original | parchment (C. 1820) with a worn spine-label over greyish blue sugar-paper card-boards, first fly-leaf cut out.  On the front paste-down is the armorial book-plate of "William Allen."  After the last page, beginning signature X, is a description of Turner's History of the Anglo-Saxons (1 leaf), "Books Printed and sold by E. Williams" (3 leaves), a similar list with a running-head "Cambrian Books" (4 leaves), the last one with the colophon:  "Printed for E. WILLIAMS, No. 11, Strand, London, 1820."
1475 [Engraved title:] Twenty Six │ [Gothic:] Choice │ POETICAL EXTRACTS. │ Selected from Celebrated Authors, │ and Printed from │ COPPER PLATES │ [Gothic:] Engraved │ Expressly for the Work. │ Each embellished with a │ BEAUTIFUL VIGNETTE, │ Illustrative of the Subject. LONDON: Published by R. Miller 24 Old Fish Street, and Sold by J. Arliss 38, Newgate Street, and R. Hill, High Street, Borough [1817?].
18°, in worn |  dark green morocco over grey marbled boards.  On the front paste-down is a printed slip:  "To [in MS: Anna P. Jackson] │ A Memento of │ MARY PIERCE, │ LITCHFIELD. │ JUNE, 1863."   The first fly-leaf is inscribed in pencil "C E Darling". It consists of 26 numbered poems, fairly pious, each with a somewhat crude head-piece and R. Miller's imprint, n.d.
At the end is 2 leaves of "A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS AND FANCY ARTICLES, published and sold by R. MILLER, 24, Old Fish Street, Doctor's Commons", with a quotation from "Evan. Mag. Jan. 1817" (which seems about right for the date of the whole).
1475A Two Hundred and Fifty Years of Map-Making in the County of Surrey:  A Collection of Reproductions of Printed Maps Published Between the Years 1579-1823 With Introductory Notes by William Ravenhall.  (Lympne Castle, Kent:  Harry Margary, 1974)
13 loose maps (60 x 83 cm. plus an elegant cover adapted from the Rocque map)
In some cases, there are two maps to a sheet, and in others several sheets are required for a single map.  In the list, the names in parentheses are those of the map-maker, not the publisher.
1475B Two Hundred and Fifty Years of Map-Making in the County of Sussex:  A Collection of Reproductions of Printed Maps Published Between the Years 1575 and 1825 with Introductory Notes by R.A. Skelton.  Edited by Harry Margary (Lympne Castle, Kent: Harry Margary ; Chichester: Phillimore & Co. Ltd, 1970)
            28 leaves, chiefly maps (64 x 90 cm.)
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