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trations in colours by A. Rackham, vell., uncut, t.e.g.,

with ties, 1909, 4to. (264), July 27, Sotheby Jones, 6s. Fowler (J.) History of the Troubles of Suethland and Poland,

5 ports. by Stent and R. Gaywood, contemp. cf., T. Roycroft for H. Twyford, 1656, fol. (245), Jan. 20, Puttick

Davis, 155. [£1 8s., old cf., Dec. 16, 1903. Sotheby, Lot 298.] Fowler (T.) and Wilson (J. M.) Principles of Morals, orig. cl., 1894, 8vo. (461), Feb. 1, Dowell

75. Fox (C. J.) Speeches in the House of Commons, 6 vol., cf., 1815, 8vo. (402), March 10, Puttick

Walford, 1 [£i 45., hf. cf. (cracked), March 30, 1914, Sotheby, Lot

434.] Fox (Geo.) Great Mistery of the Great Whore Unfolded, and

Antichrist's Kingdom revealed unto destruction, first ed., rough cf., Th. Simmons, 1659, folio (318), April 14, Puttick

Bull, £ I 4s. Fox (Geo.) Journal, or Historical Account of the Life, Travels,

Sufferings, etc. of George Fox, first ed., hf. mor., t.e.g. (title margined), 1694, folio (321), April 14, Puttick

Barnard, IIS. Fox (Geo.) and Burnyeat (Jno.) A New-England-Fire-Brand

Quenched, being an Answer unto a Slanderous Book, Entituled : George Fox Digged out of his Burrows, etc., Printed at Boston in the Year 1676, two parts, in 1 vol., old cf. (clean and perfect copy, but corner margin of second part, dated 1678, torn away, and binding worn), Printed in the year 1678, 8vo. (438), Nov. 18, Hodgson

H. Stevens, £? Ios. Fox-Davies (A. C.) Armorial Families, a Complete Peerage,

Baronetage and Knightage, nearly 1,000 illustrations, orig. cl., t.e.g., Edinb., 1895, thick roy. 4to. (1316), June 14, Knight

(155., mor., t.e.g., uncut, Oct. 29, 1913, Sotheby, Lot

741.] Fox-Davies (A. C.) Armorial Families, a Complete Peerage,

Baronetage, etc., plates of arms, cl., Edin., 1895—The same, fifth ed., coats-of-arms, cl., ib., 1905, together 2 vol., 4to. (230), June 21, Christie

Joseph, £i ios. Fox-Davies (A. C.) and Crookes (M. E. B.) Book of Public

Arms, Cyclopædia of Armorial Bearings, Heraldic Devices, etc., illustrations, buckram, Edinb., 1894, 4to. (13), July 27. Sotheby

Batsford, El Ios. Francis (C. R.) Sketches of Native Life in India, with Views

of Rajpootana, Simlah, etc., 22 col. plates of military costume, views, etc., orig. cl., 1848, folio (602), June 24, Hodgson

Maggs, 18s. Frankau (Julia). Eighteenth Century Colour Prints, an Essay

on Certain Stipple Engravers and their work in colour, coí. front. and 51 plates, orig. cl. ex., 1900, folio (339), May 6, Hodgson

£i 175. [42 2s., silk bds., April 30, 1914, Puttick, Lot 544.]

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Frankau (Julia). Eighteenth Century Colour Prints, an

Essay on Stipple Engravers and their Work in Colour, col. front. and 51 plates in monochrome, cl. gt., 1900, folio (613), June 24, Hodgson

Thynne, AI Ios. (A number of other copies in a similar condition realised sums varying from 26s. to zos. at this same sale, Lots

610-16.] Frankau (Julia). John Raphael Smith, his Life and Works,

portfolio, with 50 engravings in stipple and mezzotint, many being printed in colours, and 8vo. vol. of text, with 30 photogravures, 2 vol., presented by Lieut.-Col. W. H. Sawyer, 1902, folio (1857), April 26, Christie, “ Red Cross

£9 [£12 5s., ļame state, Jan. 15, 1914, Puttick, Lot 273; £10 158., similar copy, but without the 8vo. volume of

text, Dec. I, 1913, Christie, Lot 230.] Frankau (Julia). John Raphael Smith, his Life and Works,

30 photogravures and portfolio containing 50 examples in stipple and mezzotint, 1902, folio (191), June 8, Christie

Abbey, £9 5s. Frankau (Julia). William Ward and James Ward, their Lives

and Works, illustrations, cl., 1904, 8vo. (128), Jan. 20, Puttick

Maggs, 14s. Frankland (Robert). Indispensable Accomplishments by R.

F., being a set of 6 Coloured Hunting Subjects, representing Members of the Shropshire Hunt (the names given in pencil), wrapper, H. Humphrey, 1811, oblong 8vo. (216), Nov. 18, Hodgson

Rimell, £4 135: Franklin (Ben.) Historical Review of the Constitution and

Government of Pennsylvania, first ed., cf. (rebacked),

1759, 8vo. (599), July 1, Hodgson G. McKenzie, £i 3s. Franklin (Ben.) Political, Miscellaneous and Philosophical

Pieces, plates, LARGE PAPER, cf., 1779, 4to. (596), April 14,
Puttick

H. Stevens, ios. Fraser (A. C.) Life and Letters of Bishop Berkeley, orig. cl.,

1871, 8vo. (531), March 1, Dowell Fraser (J. A.) Shilrick the Drummer, 3 vol., orig. cl., 1894,

8vo. (651), Feb. I, Dowell Fraser (J. B.) Views in the Himala Mountains, 20 large col.

aquatints by Havell (one defective and binding broken), Rodwell and Martin, 1820, atlas folio (287), Jan. 13, Hodgson

Brall, £i 8s. [£3 Ios., March 9, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 329; £3 ios.,

March 11, 1914, Hodgson, Lot 314.] Fraser (Sir W.) Memorials of the Family of Wemyss of

Wemyss, comprising Memoirs, Charters and Correspondence, facs., cuts of arms, seals, etc., 3 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g.,

Edin., 1888, 4to. (243), Nov. 18, Hodgson W. Brown, £4 45. Fraser (Sir W.). The Melvilles, Earls of Melville, and The

Leslies, Earls of Leven, 3 vol., cl., t.e.g., mor. back, uncut, 1890, 4to. (712), Feb. 1, Dowell

£2 155. [45, same state, May 24, 1911, Sotheby, Lot 419.)

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£3 175. 6d.

Frazer (J. G.) The Golden Bough, a Study in Magic and

Religion, first ed., 2 vol., folded, 1890, 8vo. (498), Dec. 2,
Hodgson

Dobell, £T {The second edition appeared in 1900, 3 vols, 8vo,

£I 12s. 6d., orig. cl., March, 1914.] Frazer (J. G.) The Golden Bough, a Study in Magic and

Religion, first ed., front., 2 vol., cl., 1890, 8vo. (199), Jan. 13, Hodgson

Atkinson, ti 28. Frazer (J. G.) The Golden Bough, second ed., enlarged, front., 3 vol., cl., 1900, 8vo. (114), Jan. 27, Hodgson

F. Woore, £2 25. Frazer (J. G.) The Golden Bough, a Study in Magic and Re

ligion, second ed., front., 3 vol., orig. cl., uncut, 1900, 8vo. (61), May 28, Hodgson

Hill, £2 2s. [EI 125. 6d., orig. cl., March 19, 1914, Puttick, Lot 158.] Frazer (J. G.) The Golden Bough, a Study in Magic and

Religion, third ed., parts i. to v., in 7 vol., cl., 1911-12, 8vo. (70), Oct. 21, Hodgson

Sotheran, £2 12s. Frazer (J: G.) The Golden Bough, a Study in Magic and

Religion, front., first 7 parts, in 10 vol., orig. cl., mostly

unopened edges, 1911-13, 8vo. (208), May 28, Hodgson Freeman (E. A.) Historical Essays, first ed., 4 vol., orig. cl.,

1871-92, 8vo. (60), Oct. 28, Puttick Thomas, 41 ios.

(2 ios., orig. cl., July, 1914.) Freeman (E. A.) Historical Essays, first ed., 4 vol., orig. cl.,

1871-92, 8vo. (358), Jan. 20, Puttick Maggs, £2 25.

(2 16s., orig. cl., Feb. 4, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 453.] Freeman (E. A.) Historical Essays, Library ed., 4 vol., tree

cf. gt., 1886-92, 8vo. (60), July 1, Sotheby Walford, £1 16s. Freeman (E. A.) Historical Geography of Europe, maps, 2

vol., 1881-English Towns and Districts, map and illustrations, 1883–History of Federal Government, 1863,

together 4 vol., 8vo. (62), July 1, Sotheby Maggs, gs. Freeman (E. A.) Historical Geography of Europe, maps, 2

vol., 1881-Comparative Politics with the Unity of History, 1873-Historical Essays, both series, 2 vol., 1872,

together 5 vol., 8vo. (693), July 27, Sotheby Edwards, 178. Freeman (E. A.) History of Sicily, first ed., maps, 4 vol., orig.

cl., 1891-94, 8vo. (455), Feb. 4, Hodgson Maggs, £2 9s.

[£2 5s., orig. cl., Jan. 20, 1915, Puttick, Lot 87.] Freeman (E. A.) History of Sicily, first ed., maps, 4 vol., orig. cl., Oxford, 1891-94, 8vo. (507), July 14, Hodgson

Hill, £2 ios. Freeman (E. A.) History of Sicily, maps, 4 vol., orig. cl.,

1891-4, 8vo. (77), Oct. 28, Puttick Thomas, ki 175. 6d. Freeman (E. A.) History of the Norman Conquest of England,

its Causes and its Results, with Index, maps, 6 vol., orig. cl., Oxford, 1867-79, 8vo. (59), July 1, Sotheby

Quaritch, £2 125. Freeman (E. A.) History of the Norman Conquest, third ed. (Vol. iii. and iv, second ed.), maps, illustrated by the addition of numerous engraved ports. and views loosely inserted, 6 vol., 1876-9, 8vo. (89), June 2, Sotheby

Harding, 3 5s. Freeman (E. A.) Reign of William Rufus and Accession of

Henry the First, first ed., 2 vol., orig. cl., Oxford, 1882, 8vo. (454), Feb. 4, Hodgson

Maggs, £1 45. [£i 25., orig. cl., Jan. 23, 1913, Puttick, Lot 371.] Freemason's Quarterly Review (The), from the commencement

in 1834 to 1846, hf. cf. gt., together 13 vol., 8vo. (318), Jan. 20, Puttick

Shepherd, 155. Freer (M. W.) Elizabeth de Valois, first ed., fronts., 2 vol.,

orig. cl., 1857, 8vo. (86), March 10, Puttick Sotheran, £1 Freer (M. W.) Elizabeth de Valois, first ed., fronts., 2 vol., orig. cl., 1857, 8vo. (324), June 23, Puttick

Allan, 14. Freer (M. W.) Henri III. of France, first ed., fronts. (foxed), 3 vol., orig. cl., 1858, 8vo. (87), March 10, Puttick

Maggs, 1 Freer (M. W.) Henri IV. and the League, first ed., fronts., 2 vol., orig. cl., 1860, 8vo. (88), March 10, Puttick

Sotheran, 155. Freer (M. W.) Henri IV. and the League, first ed., fronts., 2 vol., orig. cl., 1860, 8vo. (325), June 23, Puttick

Allan, 14s. Freer (M. W.) Life of Jeanne d'Albret, Queen of Navarre,

first ed., port., 2 vol., orig. cl., 1855, 8vo. (85), March 10, Puttick

Maggs, ti is. (£1 6s., orig. cl., March 19, 1914, Puttick, Lot 171.] Freer (M. W.) Life of Marguerite d'Angoulême, Queen of

Navarre, first ed., fronts., 2 vol., orig. cl., 1854, 8vo. (92),
March 18, Hodgson

Maggs, £1 16s.
[£i 18s., orig. cl., March 10, 1915, Puttick, Lot 84.]
Freer (M. W.) Life of Marguerite D'Angoulême, Queen of

Navarre, first ed., fronts. (spotted), 2 vol., orig. cl., uncut, 1854, 8vo. (70), May 6, Hodgson

62 Freer (M. W.) Life of Marguerite d'Angoulême, first ed.,

fronts. (slightly foxed), 2 vol., orig. cl., uncut, 1854, 8vo. (233), July 22, Hodgson

ti jos. [I 45., same state, June 23, 1915, Puttick, Lot 323.] Freer (M. W.) Married Life of Anne of Austria, first ed., port.,

2 vol., orig. cl. (worn and loose), 1864, 8vo. (89), March 10, Puttick

Maggs, £i is. Freer (M. W.) Regency of Anne of Austria, first ed., port., 2 vol., orig. cl., 1866, 8vo. (90), March 10, Puttick

Spencer, 16s. [1, orig. cl., Jan. 29, 1914, Puttick, Lot 376.) Freer (M. W.) Regency of Anne of Austria, first ed., 2 vol.,

1866–Married Life of Anne of Austria, 2 vol., 1865, together 4 vol., orig. cl., 8vo. (160), June 3, Puttick

Maggs, £1 4s. Freer (M. W.) Regency of Anne of Austria, 1866––Married

Life of Anne of Austria, 2 vol., 1865, together 4 vol., orig. cl., 1865-66, 8vo. (331), July 28, Puttick Edwards, £i 25.

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Freshfield (D. W.) Exploration of the Caucasus, illustrations

by Vittorio Sella, LARGE PAPER (only 100 issued), 2 vol., hf. vell., t.e.g., presented by Mrs. Hopkinson, 1896, 4to. (1796), April 26, Christie, Red Cross Sale

£2 I 2s., uncut, t.e.g., small paper, Jan. 14, 1914, Sotheby,

Lot 870.) Freytag (G. W.) Lexicon Arabico-Latinum, 4 vol., orig. cl., Halis Saxonum, 1830-37, 4to. (276), June 24, Hodgson

Salby, ios. Freytag (G. W.) Lexicon Arabico-Latinum, 4 vol. in 2, hf.

cf., Halis Saxonum, 1830-7-Gaisford (T.) Suidae Lexicon Graece et Latine, recensuit G. Bernhardy, 2 vol., hf. mor., g.e., Halis, 1853, together 4 vol., 4to. (516), July 14, Sotheby

Luzac, ti 8s. Fridens Gemäld für die Schuljugend in Augsburg, a series of

Augsburg broadsides, with engravings by Ridinger, etc., bds. (1654-1750), folio (536), March 10, Puttick

Morris, £i 155. Froissart (Sir J.). Le Premier (le Second, le Tiers et le Quart)

volume de Froissart des Chroniques de France, d'angleterre, d'escoce, d'espaigne, de bretaigne, de gascogne, de flandres et lieux circonvoisins, 4 vol. in 3, gothic letter, double columns, ornamental woodcut initials (plain front margins and a few leaves in last volume repaired and a few wormholes in Vol. ii.), old hf. roan, Paris, F. Regnault et Jehan Petit, 1518, folio (286), June 2, Sotheby

Lampson, £2 16s. Froissart (Sir J.) Histoire et Chronique de Messire lehan

Froissart reveu par Denis Savvage, woodcut devices and initials, 4 vol. in 2, old cf., Lyon, Jan de Tournes, 1559, folio (562), March 18, Hodgson Davis & Orioli, £i 8s.

[£7, mor. ex., July 23, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 521.] Froissart (Sir J.) Chronicles of England, France, Spain and

the adjoining Countries, trans. by T. Johnes, 12 vol. hf. cf., and 4to. vol. of plates hf. cf., 1808-10, 8vo. (123), June 2, Sotheby

Joseph, ios. Froissart (Sir J.) Chronicles of England, France, Spain and

the adjoining Countries, trans. by T. Johnes, cuts, 2 vol.,

cf., 1839, roy. 8vo. (153), July 1, Hodgson Walford, 12s. Froissart.(Sir J.) Chronicles, trans. by Thos. Johnes, illustrations, 2 vol., cl., 1839, 8vo. (354), Jan. 20, Puttick

Walford, ios. Froissart (Sir J.) Chronicles of England, France, Spain and

the adjoining Countries, trans. by T. Johnes, woodcuts, 2 vol., hf. mor. gt., g.e., 1849, roy. 8vo. (63), July 1, Sotheby

J. Field, uis. Froissart (Sir J.) Chroniques, avec Notes, Glossaires, etc. par

J. A. C. Buchon, 3 vol., uncut, Paris, n.d., imp. 8vo.

(242), July 1, Sotheby Froissart (Sir_J.) and Monstrelet (E. de). Chronicles of

England, France and Spain, etc., trans. by Col. Johnes, 24 vol., and two 4to. atlases of engravings of battles,

IIS.

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