Brayton Ives, and passed through their respective sales, but without any mention of the facsimile leaves being made

in the catalogues.-Catalogue.] 5409 Casas (Bartholome de Las)." The Tears of the Indians, being

an Historical and true Account of the Cruel Massacres and Slaughters of above Twenty Millions of Innocent People, Committed by the Spaniards in the Islands of Hispaniola, Cuba, Jamaica, etc. As also, in the Continent of Mexico, Peru, & other Places of the West-Indies, few leaves stained and a few wormed in bottom margin, name on title, otherwise good copy in the original sheepskin binding, frontispiece, J. C. for Nath. Brook, 1656, small 8vo. (60)

Quaritch, 18 [The folding frontispiece is in four compartments, depicting the various tortures applied to the Indians. This copy had the rare end leaf containing the half title in two lines

printed up the centre of the page.--Catalogue.] 5410 Castaneda (Hernan Lopez de). The First Booke of the

Historie of the Discouerie and Conquest of the East Indias enterprised by the Portingales in their dangerous navigations in the time of King Don John, the Second of that name, which Historie conteineth much varietie of matter, very profitable for all Navigators and not unpleasant to the readers. Translated into English by N. L.(i.e., Nicholas Lichefield), black letter, russia, g. e., Thomas East, 1582, 4to. (62)

Quaritch, £7 5411 Castell (William). A petition of W. C. exhibited to the High

Court of Parliament now assembled, for the propagating of the Gospel in America, and the West Indies ; and for the setling of our plantations there ; which Petition is approved by 70 able English Divines. Also by Master Alexander Henderson and some other worthy Ministers of Scotland, fine copy, crushed levant morocco extra, gilt edges, by F. Bedford (London), printed in the year 1641, 4to. (63)

Quaritch, £23 5412 Connecticut. “Saybrook Confession and Platform." A Con

fession of faith owned and consented to by the Elders and Messengers of the Churches in the Colony of Connecticut in New England, assembled by Delegation at Say-Brook, September 9th, 1708, the text in original state, few leaves slightly frayed in the headline, re-sewn into the original wooden boards covered with sheepskin, back mended, preserved in morocco slip case, New London in N.E., Thomas Short, 1710, small 8vo. (69)

Quaritch, £36 (The first edition of the Saybrook Platform, and the first

book printed in Connecticut.- Catalogue.] 5413 Copland (Patrick). Virginia's God be thanked, or a sermon

of Thanksgiving for the Happie Successe of the affayres in Virginia this last yeare, preached before the Honorable Virginia Company, Thursday, 18 of April, 1622, calf, g. e., 1. D. for William Sheffard, etc., 1622, 4to. (71)

Quaritch, 422

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alone, or vol. i. of the second edition combined with vol. ii.
of the first. This copy was of especial rarity and interest
because it contained four leaves bound up at the end of vol.
i. which are said to be unique. They are entitled “An
Amendment, or Correction of the History of the Bucaniers
in relation to the actions of Sir Henry Morgan, Knyght."
This is the publisher William Crooke's apology, printed by

order of the Court, for calling Morgan a pirate. - Catalogue.) 5420 Florida. A Relation of the Invasion and Conquest of Florida

by the Spaniards under the Command of Fernando de
Soto, written in Portuguese by a gentleman of the Town of
Elvas, now Englished. With some discoveries made by
the Spaniards in the Island of California in the year 168 3,
calf, r. e., John Lawrence, 1686, small 8vo. (100)

H. Stevens, £7 125. 6d. 5421 Foster (Nicholas). A Briefe Relation of the Late Horrid

Rebellion acted in the Island of Barbadas in the West
Indies, anno 1650, fine copy, morocco, gilt over marbled
edges, by David, 1. G. for Richard Lowndes, 1650, small
8vo. (101)

Essex, £10 155. 5422 Fox (George, and others). The Secret Workes of a Cruel

People made manifest, whose little finger is become heavier
than their persecutors the bishops Loyns, who have set up
an Image amongst them in New England, which all that
will not bow down unto, and worship, must undergo all
such sufferings as can be invented and inflicted by the
hearts and hands of such men whose tender mercies are
cruel . . . . uncut copy, first leaf of text re-margined on the
fore-edge, levant morocco extra, by Lortic, Printed in the
year 1659, 4to. (103)

Quaritch, 129 5423 Fox (George). Cæsar's Due Rendered unto Him according

to his Image and Superscription and God and Christ's Due
rendered unto their Image, and Superscription, etc., morocco,
g. e., by Zaehnsdorf, Printed in the year 1679, 4to. (105)

H. Stevens, £19 Ios.
[Partly an answer to “Roger Williams bis Slanderous
Book of Lyes concerning Cæsar and of giving Cæsar his

due.”- Catalogue.)
5424 Fox (George, and John Burnyeat). A New-England Fire

Brand Quenched, Being an answer unto a Slanderous
Book, Entituled, George Fox digged out of his Burrowes,
etc., Printed at Boston in 1676 by Roger Williams, of
Providence, in New-England, 2 parts in i volume, fine
copy, morocco, tooled to a Roger Payne pattern, g. e., by
Francis Bedford, Printed in the year 1679, 4to. (106)

Quaritch, 4.30
[The second part has a separate title dated 1678.- Cata-

logue.] 5425 Foxe (Luke). North-West Fox, or Fox from the North-West passage

with briefe Abstracts of the voyages of Cabot, Frobisher, Davis, Waymouth, Knight, Hudson, Button, Gibbons, Bylot, Baffin, Hawkridge ... Mr. James Hall's

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and sorely censured by that Seven-Headed Church-
Government united in New-England, or that Servant so
Imperious in his Master's Absence Revived and now thus
re-acting in New England. Or the Combate of the United
Colonies not onely against some of the Natives and Sub-
jects, but against the Authority also of the Kingdome of
England morocco, g. e., by W. Pratt, Printed by John
Macock and sold by Luke Fawne, 1646, 4to. (117)

H. Stevens, £22 10s.
5431 Gray (Robert). A Good Speed to Virginia, few leaves slightly

cut into, half russia, Felix Kyngston for William IVelbié,
1609, 4to. (119)

H. Stevens, £12 10s.
[This seems to be the third piece relating to the James-
town Colony, having been preceded by “Smith's True
Relation,” published in 1608, and “Nova Britannia,” pub-
lished in February, 1609. This tract was probably issued
in May. The Dedication, “To the Right Noble and
Honorable Earles, Barons and Lords, and to the Right
Worshipfull Knights, Merchants and Gentlemen, Adven-
turers for the Plantation of Virginea,” is dated “London,

April 28. Anno 1609," and is signed R. G.- Catalogue.) 5432 Hakluyt (Richard). The Principall Navigations, Voiages

and Discoveries of the English nation, made by Sea or
over Land, to the most remote and farthest distant Quarters
of the Earth at any time within the compasse of these 1500
yeeres, morocco extra, g. e., small holes in last two leaves,
George Bishop and Ralph Newberie, 1589, folio (120)

Edwards, £15 55.
(A good copy of the first edition containing the first issue
of“ The Ambassage of Sir Hierome Bowes" and the six
rare suppressed leaves of Drake's “ Voyage round the

World." As usual, the map was missing.--Catalogue.)
5433 Hale (John), A Modest Enquiry into the Nature of Witch-

craft and how Persons Guilty of that crime may be con:
victed, etc., first edition, original wooden boards covered
with sheepskin, preserved in a morocco slip case, Boston in
N. E., printed by B. Green and ). Allen for Benjamin Eliot,
1702, small 8vo. (121)

Quaritch, £35
[On the fly-leaf is the autograph inscription : “ Johannis
Webb, liber 1713." Webb was pastor of the North Church
in Boston. This copy also belonged to Samuel G. Drake,
the historian, whose autograph is also on the fly-leaf.

5434 Hale (John). A Modest Enquiry into the Nature of Witch-

craft and how Persons guilty of that crime may be con-
victed, etc., uncut copy, calf, t. e. g., Boston, Kneeland and
Adams, 1771, small 8vo. (122)

Maggs, £33s. 5435 Hamor (Ralph). A True Discourse of the present estate of

Virginia and the successe of the affaires there till the 18th
of June, 1614, crushed morocco, panel sides, g. e., by F.
Bedford, John Beale for William Welby, 1615, 4to. (124)

H. Stevens, L45

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