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ii. Religio Medici, iii. Hydriotaphia, or Urn Buriall, iv. Certain Miscellany Tracts. £i 145., contemp. cf., same

sale, Lot 1556.) Browne (Sir T.) Works, first collected ed., port. by R. White,

cf. (rebacked), T. Basset, etc., 1686, folio (216), July 1, Sotheby

Maggs, ti 8s. Browne (Sir T.) Works, including his Life and Correspond

ence, ed. by Simon Wilkin, port., 4 vol., cf. gt. (re-backed), W. Pickering, 1835-36, 8vo. (20), July 1, Sotheby

G. H. Brown, £1 6s. Browne (Sir T.) Works, including his Life and Correspondence,

ed. by Simon Wilkin, port., 4 vol., orig. cl. (binding defective, but uncut), W. Pickering, 1835-6, 8vo. (36), June 7, Hodgson

£2 155. Browne (Sir T.) Works, with Memoir by Simon Wilkin,

Library ed., plates, 4 vol., cf. gt., 1846, 8vo. (530), Feb. 4,
Hodgson

G. H. Brown, £2 ios. Browne (William). Fiftie Yeares Practice: or an Exact Dis

course concerning Snaffle-Riding, Trotting, etc., first ed., woodcuts on title, and woodcuts, hf. mor. (few leaves stained), Nic. Okes, 1624, 4to. (198), June 21, Christie

Barnard, £6 jos. Browning (E. B.) Aurora Leigh, first ed., orig. cl., entirely

uncut, inserted is an autograph letter, signed Ba,” of the poetess, to Mrs. Jameson the authoress, dated Florence, 2 pages, 8vo., relative to the above poem, 1857, 8vo. (11), June 17, Sotheby

Frear, £i 125. [Browning (E. B.)] Sonnets, by E. B. B., first ed., sheets,

47 pages, sewn, uncut, within wrappers of a later period, in a mor. solander case, with inner protecting cover, by Bradstreet, Reading (not for publication), 1847, 12mo. (78), April 6, American Art Association G. D. Smith, $250

[£33, mor. super ex., March 21, 1905, Sotheby, Lot 353 ; $490, mor., uncut, March 25, 1912, Anderson Auction Co.,

New York, Lot 126.] Browning (R.) Christmas-Eve and Easter-Day, first ed., orig.

cl., name, etc. on hf.-title, 1850, post 8vo. (154), Jan. 20, Puttick

Thorp, gs. [Dark green cl., gilt lettered, hf.-title (i.-iv.) and text,

pp. 1-142. 12S., orig. cl., Nov. 5, 1913, Hodgson, Lot 32.] Browning (R.) Ferishtah's Fancies, first ed., presentation

copy, with MS. inscription on fly-leaf, Miss Harris, with the affectionate regards of Robert Browning, Nov. 20, '84,” in the latter's autograph, orig. cl., 1884, 8vo. (559), July 27, Sotheby

Spencer, £6 155. Browning (R.) Pauline, a Fragment of a Confession, first ed.,

orig. bds., paper label, uncut (small hole in text of page 21), in cl. wrapper and mor. case, London, Saunders and Otley, 1833, 8vo. (86), April 6, American Art Association

W. T. Wallace, $1,425 [The poem was recast entirely as to its punctuation when inserted in Browning's collected works. No other

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complete edition of Pauline” was published until 1886. The Arnold copy, with bookplate. £480, orig. bds., May

5, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 467.) Browning (R.) Pied Piper of Hamelin, 35 col. illustrations by

Kate Greenaway, orig. bds., clean state, G. Routledge &
Sons, n.d., 4to. (185), March 31, Hodgson

[18s., orig. picture bds., April 6, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 638.] Browning (R.) Pied Piper of Hamelin, 35 col. illustrations by

Kate Greenaway, orig. picture bds., G. Routledge & Sons, n.d., 4to. (499), June 3, Puttick

Bush, ros. Browning (R.) Poems, new ed., 2 vol., with inscription on

hf.-title, R. H. Horne, with R. B.'s sincere regard,” in Browning's autograph, orig. cl., 1849, 8vo. (239), July 7, Sotheby

Spencer, 410 Browning (R.) The Ring and the Book, first ed., 4 vol., orig.

dark green cl., uncut, 1868-9, post 8vo. (190), July 22, Hodgson

15s. Browning (R.) The Ring and the Book, first ed., 4 vol., orig. dark green cl., 1868-9, post 8vo. (304), Jan. 20, Puttick

Gardner, ios. (Usually from 125. to 259., orig. cl., according to condition. Éach vol. contains three distinct poems, and was

published at 75. 6d.] Browning (R.) Selections from the Poetical Works, first

series, presentation copy, with MS. inscription on hf.-title, . “Miss Harris, with the affectionate regards of Robert Browning, May 8, '84,” in the latter's autograph, orig.

cl., 1884, 8vo. (560), July 27, Sotheby Spencer, t4 155. Browning (R.) (Works.) Poetical Works, port., orig. cl.,

unopened edges, 6 vol., 1836-37, 8vo. (122), Feb. 18, Hodgson

Myers, 2 2s. Browning (R.) [Works.] Poetical Works, Cabinet ed., port., 17 vol., hf. mor., contents lettered, t.e.g., 1888-94, 8vo.

1888-94 (191), May 28, Hodgson

£4 lis. [£i 175. 6d., orig. cl., June 3, 1914, Puttick, Lot 109.) Browning (R.) Poetical Works, uniform ed., port., 17 vol., orig, cl., 1888-94, 8vo. (155), July 9, Hodgson

Wooland, £i 195. [£1 18s., orig. cl., June 23, 1915, Puttick, Lot 82.] Browning (R.) [Works.] Poetical Works, port., 17 vol., orig. cl., 1888-94, 8vo. (240), March 31, Hodgson

Hill, £2 35. [£2 2s., orig. cl., March 10, 1915, Puttick, Lot 108.] Browning (R.) Poetical Works, 16 vol. (should be 17 vol.),

orig. cl., 1888-89, 8vo. (35), Feb. 1, Dowell £I 16s. Browning (R.) Poetical Works, 10 vol., hf. cl., 1889, 8vo. (752). July 27, Sotheby

Edwards, £i Ios. Bruce (J. Č.) The Roman Wall, a description of the Mural

Barrier of the North of England, third ed., illustrations, hf. mor., 1867, 4to. (250), Nov. 18, Hodgson

(£3, hf. mor., uncut, March 16, 1914; £3 5s., hf. mor.,

uncut, July, 1912.] Bruce (J. C.) See Bayeux Tapestry

£1 6s. Bruce (Jas.) Travels to Discover the Source of the Nile,

plates, 7 vol., cf., 1805, 8vo. (36), March 1, Dowell 5s. Bruins (Cornelis de) Reizen over Moskovie door Persie en Indie, folding plates, Amst., 1714, folio (596), Feb. 4, Hodgson

Barnard, 16s. Brüll (N.)

Jahrbücher für Jüdische, Geschichte und Literatur, 7 vol. in 6, hf. roan, Frankfurt am Main, 1874-85, 8vo. (74), July 14, Sotheby

Solomons, 13s. Brunet (J. C.) Manuel du Libraire et de l'Amateur de Livres,

fifth ed., 6 vol.- Dictionnaire de Géographie, and Supplement, 2 vol., together 9 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g. (slightly rubbed), Paris, 1860-80, 8vo. (489), June 7, Hodgson

Lyell, £8 7s. 6d. [£9, hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g., June 14, 1915, Knight, Lot

1042. Bryan (M.) Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, ed. by G. Stanley, port., cf. gt., 1858, 8vo. (23), July 1, Sotheby

Field, 4s. Bryan (M.) Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, ed. by

Graves & Armstrong, 2 vol., hf. cf., 1886-89, large 8vo. (245), March 25, Hodgson

Rimell, 18s. ti 175., hf. buckram, June 30, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 479.] Bryan (M.) Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, ed. by

Graves and Armstrong, 2 vol., hf. mor., 1886-89, 8vo. (197). June 24, Hodgson

Joseph, £1 13s. Bryan (M.) Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, revised by

R. E. Graves and Sir Walter Armstrong, extra illustrated with upwards of 750 engravings and etchings, 2 vol., and extended to 8 vol., hf. Levant mor., uncut, t.e.g., 1893-95,

roy. 8vo. (103), June 8, Christie Parsons, £16 58. 6d. Bryan (M.). Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, revised

and enlarged by Ġ. C. Williamson, illustrations, 5 vol., orig. cl., t.e.g., 1903-5, imp. 8vo. (168). June 7, Hodgson

Auvache, £5 5s. Bryant (Jacob). Ancient Mythology, including a History of

the most Ancient Nations, numerous engravings by Basire, etc., 3 vol., cf., 1774, 4to.--Todd (H. J.) History of the College of Bonhommes at Ashridge, with description of the present Mansion, 33 ports. and engravings on India paper, hf. mor., 1823, imp. folio, together 4 vol. (1145-1146),

. June 14, Knight Bryant (Jacob). New System, or an Analysis of Antient

Mythology, port. and plates, 6 vol., cf. gt., arms of the
Rev. Theod. Williams, 1807, 8vo. (22), July

, 1 Sotheby

H. Brown, £1 Bryce (Jas.) American Commonwealth, first ed., 3 vol., orig. cl., clean copy, 1888, 8vo. (178), July 1, Hodgson

Edwards, £2 8s. [2 155., orig. cl., June 15, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 19;

£2 4s., orig. cl., Oct. 15, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 12.] Brydges (Sir S. E.) and Haslewood (J.) British Bibliographer,

£2 4 vol., polished cf., g.e., title of Vol. iv. altered, sold w.a.s., 1810-14, 8vo. (370), June 3, Puttick

Thorp, 12s. Bucciardus (Jo.) Excerpta ex Diariis Stephani Infessurae et

Diarium Pontificatus Alexandri VI. ab anno 1492 cum continuatione ad annum 1506, MS. on 1,060 pages, 2 vol., old vell. (c. 1700), 4to. (181), June 17, Sotheby

Carter, £i is. [The Diary of Pope Alexander VI. is unpublished. This transcript is the only copy outside the Papal archives. “ The Diary of Buccian, who was Master of the Ceremonies to Pope Alexander VI., is invaluable as a historical document, and has never been printed with the exception of a small excerpt from it by the celebrated Leibnitz.” (Note in Evans' catalogue, Lot 340, in the sale, Dec. 8th, 1830). Stephen Infessura was the Pope's

chancellor.Catalogue.] Buch der Croniken, wood engravings, orig. vell., Ausburg, 1500, folio (441), Dec. 9, Puttick

White, 64 ios. Buch der Croniken, many woodcuts, gothic letter, orig. stamped

vell. (few margins defective), A usburg, 1500, folio (272), March 10, Puttick

Barnard, £2 Buchoz (P. Jos.) Collection de Planches representant au

Natural et de plus curieux parmi les Animaux, les Vegetaux et les Mineraux, 200 col. plates, 2 vol., French mor., g.e., Paris, 1782, folio (273), June 21, Christie

Sotheran, £2 8s. Buck (S. & N.) Antiquities, or Venerable Ruins, Castles,

Monasteries, Palaces, etc., consisting of 511 prints, with the mezzotint port. of the authors and emblematical front., 2 vol. large folio and i vol. orig. tree cf. gt., 1774,

oblong folio (1147), June 14, Knight Buckingham (Richard Grenville, Duke of). Memoirs of the

Courts and Cabinets of England, ports., 10 vol., cl., 1853-61, 8vo. (78), Oct. 28, Puttick

Quaritch, £2 75. 6d. (Comprises the Courts and Cabinets of George III., 4 vol., 1853-55—Regency, 2 vol., 1856— George IV., 2 vol., 1859— William IV. and Victoria, 2 vol., 1861. A similar

set sold in May, 1914, for £2 ios.-Ed.] Buckingham (Richard Grenville, Duke of). Memoirs of the

Court and Cabinet of George the Third, port., 4 vol., 1855 -Memoirs of the Court of the Regency, 2 vol., 1856– Court and Cabinet of William and Victoria, 2 vol., 1861, together 8 vol., orig. cl., 1855-61, 8vo. (1070), June 14, knight

£2 25. 6d. Buckle (H. T.) History of Civilization in England, 2 vol., hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., 1858-61, 8vo. (24), July 1, Sotheby

Walford, 125. Buckle (H. T.) Miscellaneous and Posthumous Works, ed. by

H. Taylor, 3 vol., orig. cl., 1872, 8vo. (393), March 10,
Puttick

Morris, 8s. [61, orig. cl., March 16, 1914, Sctheby, Lot 107.]

£26 5s.

1

Buckle (H. T.) Miscellaneous and Posthumous Works, ed.

by H. Taylor, 3 vol., orig. cl., 1872, 8vo. (920), July 27, Sotheby

Hill, 12s. Budge (E. A. W.). Lady Meux's Egyptian Collection, described

by Dr. Wallis Budge, plates, hf. mor., 1896, 4to. (445), Feb. 18, Hodgson

Kinsey, uis. Budge (E. A. W.) Lady Meux Private Publications, Book of

Paradise of Palladius, etc., ed. and translated by E. A.
Wallis Budge (Lady Meux MS., No. 6), 2 vol., hf. mor.,

1904, thick imp. 8vo. (1688), June 14, Knight Ios. 6d. Budge (E. A. W.) Lady Meux Private Publications. The

Life of Takla Hâymânôt in the Version of Dabra Libânôs, and the Miracles of Takla Hâymânôt in the Version of Dabra Lîbânôs, and the Book of the Riches of KingsThe Ethiopic Texts from the British Museum MS. Oriental 723, ed. with English Translations, to which is added an English Translation of the Waldebbân Version by E. A. Wallis Budge, in 2 vol., 175 col. plates by W. Griggs, as issued, Privately printed for Lady Meux, 1906, 4to. (1099), June 2, Sotheby

Quaritch, £3 [250 copies were printed. £5 5s., mor., June 14, 1915,

Knight, Lot 1720.] Budge (E. A. W.) Lady Meux Private Publications. The

Miracles of the Blessed Virgin Mary and The Life of Hanna (Saint Anne), and the Magical Prayers of Ahěta Mikâê!, the Ethiopic texts with English translation, etc. by E. A. Wallis Budge (Lady Meux MS., No. 2-5), 111 col. plates, mor., 1900, thick imp. 4to. (1689), June 14, Knight

£3 13s. 6d. Budge (E. A. W.) Lady Meux Private Publications. Nos.

2-5, Miracles of the Blessed Virgin, Life of Hanna (Saint Anne) and the Magical Prayers of Ahěta Mîkâêl, ed. by E. A. Wallis Budge, col. plates, mor., 1900, imp. 8vo. (638), June 24, Hodgson

Stoddart, 16s. Budge (E. A. W.) See Book of the Dead Bullen (A. H.) England's Helicon and More Lyrics from

Elizabethan Song Books, ed. by A. H. Bullen, 2 vol.,

buckram, 1887-88 (239), March 4, Hodgson Heffer, 155. Bullen (A. H.) Musa Proterva, one of 400 copies, hf. parchment, Privately printed, 1902, 8vo. (132), June 3, Puttick

David, 8s. Buller (Sir W. L.) Supplement to the Birds of New Zealand,

col. plates by Keulemans and woodcuts, 2 vol., orig.
wrappers, Published for the Author, 1905, folio (199*),
June 21,
Christie

Fagg, £2 ros. [£4_45., March 11, 1914, Hodgson, Lot 595.] Bumpus (T. F.) Cathedrals and Churches of Norway, Sweden

and Denmark, illustrations, 4 col. and 36 plain, gt. top,

n.d. (1908), 8vo. (68), Feb. I, Dowell Bunbury (E. H.) History of Ancient Geography, maps, 2

vol., orig. cl., 1883, 8vo. (263), July 14, Hodgson Hill, 175. [Bunbury (H.)] Academy for Grown Horsemen, by Geoffrey

78. 6d.

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