History of the Society of Writers to the Signet, buckram, t.e.g., 1890, 4to. (718), March 1, Dowell

175. History of the War in South Africa. See Amery (L. S.) Hitchins (F.) History of Cornwall, ed. by S. Drew, front, and

plates, 2 vol., hf. cf. (binding of Vol. i. broken), Helston,

1824, 4to. (588), July 27, Sotheby Edwards, £i 2s. Hoare (E.) Early History and Genealogy of the Families of

Hore and Hoare, 1883, 4t0.-Rogers (C.) Genealogical
Memoirs of the Family of Sir Walter Scott, Bart., and
Memorials of the Haliburtons, illustrations, 8vo., and
others, together 4 vol., orig. cl. (1323), June 14, Knight

£1 155, [Hoare (R. C.)] Tour through the Southern Counties of

Ireland, LARGE PAPER, II etchings, cf. ex., g.e., 1810, 8vo. (209), March 25, Hodgson

G. W. Panter, ki Hobbes (T.). Leviathan, first ed., hf. cf., Bishop Berkeley's

copy, with his autograph on the title-page, A. Crooke, 1651, folio (555), Feb. I, Dowell

[{i 25., orig. cf., May 12, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 713.] Hobbes (T.) Leviathan, first ed., engraved title in compart

ments, old cf. (margins wormed), 1651, folio (309), May 6, Hodgson

£1 Hobbes (T.) Works, English, now first collected and ed. by

Sir W. Molesworth, 11 vol., orig. cl., Bohn, 1839-45, 8vo. (28), June 24, Hodgson

Edwards, 12S. Hobbes (†.) Works, English and Latin, now first collected

and edited by Sir William Molesworth, with Index, together 16 vol., port. (covers stained), 1839-45, 8vo. (550),

Dowell [The English works form 11 vol., the Latin works 5 vol. £3 5s., vell. gt., March 21, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 460; £2

18s., cf. gt., April 15, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 615.] Hobson (R. L.) Worcester Porcelain : a Description of the

Ware, col. plates and illustrations, buckram, uncut, t.e.g.,

1910, folio (259), July 27, Sotheby Batsford, £2 12s. Hodder (J.) The Pen-man's Recreation, or A Copy-Book

newly published, port, and 31 plates of penmanship engraved by Cocker, hf. cf., 1673, folio (209), Dec. 9, Puttick

Barnard, £2 178. 6d. [Hodges (J.)] Vindication of the Scots Colony at Darien

(margins discoloured), 1699-[C. de la Blanchardière.] Voyage to Peru, together 2 vol., 1753, 12mo. (198), July 1, Hodgson

Hatchards, 195. Hodges (Thomas, Midshipman on H.M.S. Fury and

Ruby "'). Log Book, from Nov. 3rd, 1804 to July 8th, 1810, 2 vol., presented by Mrs. A. Hodges, 4to. (1843), April 26, Christie, “ Red Cross Sale'

13 Hodges (W.) Views in India, with descriptions in English and

French, 48 large aquatint views of buildings and scenery, col. copy, hf. russ., 1786, oblong folio (337), May 6, Hodgson

Edwards, £3 5s. Hodgkin (J. E. and E.) Examples of Early English Pottery,

Feb. I,

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No. 461 of 500 copies printed, col. illustrations, orig. cl.,
Printed by subscription, 1891, 4to. (439), June 2, Sotheby

Atkinson, 7s. (118., orig. cl., June 10, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 945.] Hodgkin (J. E. and E.) Examples of Early English Pottery,

tinted illustrations, orig. cl., 1891, 4to. (12), July 27, Sotheby

Giles, 175. Hodgkin (T.) Italy and her Invaders, maps and illustrations,

8 vol. in 9 (Vol. ii.-iv. second eds.), orig. cl., Oxford, 1892-9, 8vo. (122) June 7, Hodgson

£4 25. 6d. Hodgson (S. H.) Theory of Practice, an Ethical Enquiry in two books, 2 vol., orig. cl., 1870, 8vo. (513), Feb. I, Dowell

£2 ios. Hoffbauer (M. F.) Paris à travers les Ages, texte par Bon

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Batsford, £I nos. Höffding (H.) History of Modern Philosophy, from the close

of the Renaissance to our own day, trans. by B. E. Meyer,

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Batsford, 12s. Hogarth (W) Works, Hogarth restored by T. Cook, port.

and 108 plates (should be 110), col. copy, uncut (binding defective), 1806, folio (608), June 24, Hodgson

Scaliaris, £4 12s. 6d. Hogarth (W.) Genuine Works, with Biographical Anecdotes

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£2 [gs., hf. cf., gt. back, March 30, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 916.] Hogarth (W.) Genuine Works, by J. Nichols and G. Stevens,

plates, 2 vol., old mor. gt., g.e., 1808-10, 4to. (294), May 6, Hodgson

£2 is. Hogarth (W) Works, from the original plates, restored by

W. Heath, port, and engravings with Before and “After, hf. mor. cracking), Baldwin and Cradock, n.d. (1822), folio (478), Dec. 9, Puttick

£i 178. 6d. Hogarth (W) Works, from the original plates restored by

Heath, with Explanations by J. Nichols, 119 plates, 2 vol., hf. mor. (joints cracked), presented by Mr. A. L. Payne, Baldwin and Cradock (1822), folio (1802), April 26, Christie, Red Cross Sale"

13 [£4 4s., mor., g.e., fine copy, same sale, Lot 1801; £i 5s., in 2 vol. (binding broken), March 18, 1915, Hodgson,

Lot 531.]

Hogarth (W.) [Works.) Hogarth Moralised, a Complete Edition

of the Works of William Hogarth, by Dr. Trusler, plates on India paper, mor., g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, J. Major, 1831, 8vo. (197), June 7. Hodgson

£i 2s.

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Hogarth (W.) Complete Works, ed. by James Hannay, 6 vol., n.d., 8vo. (641), March 1, Dowell

98. Hogg (Jas.) Tales and Sketches, by the Ettrick Shepherd,

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Maggs, £i 45. Hogg (R.) & Johnson (G. W.) Wild Flowers of Great Britain,

col. plates, II vol., orig. cl. gt., t.e.g., 1863-80, 8vo. (73), May 6, Hodgson

Hitchman, £2 ios. Hogg (T. J.) Life of Shelley, first ed., port., Vol. i. and ii. (all

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Ernestus, £i 3s. Hogg (T. J.) Life of Shelley, first ed., port., 2 vol. (all published), orig. cl., 1858 (226), March 4, Hodgson

Edwards, £155. [£I 7s., orig. cl., unopened, Jan. 29, 1914, Puttick, Lot Holbein (H.) Dance of Death, through the various stages of

Human Life, 46 etchings by D. Deuchar, after Holbein,
bds., uncut, presented by Her Royal Highness Princess
Louise, Duchess of Argyll, 1803, 4to. (1803), April 26,
Christie,“ Red Cross Sale

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Walford, 155. [i 12s., mor., g.e., plates coloured, June 20, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 83; £1 8s., mor., g.e., Feb. 20, 1913, Sotheby,

Lot 156.] Holbein (H.) Dance of Death, 33 col. plates (including ports.

, of Holbein and Hollar, both in tints), engraved by W. Hollar, with descriptions in English and French, contemp. English mor., g.e., 1816, 8vo. (18), June 2, Sotheby

Lampson, 12s. [£i 6s., mor., g.e., plates coloured, April 6, 1914, Sotheby,

Lot 29.] [Holbein (H.)] Icones Historiarum Veteris Testamenti ad

vivum expressae, 173 woodcuts, with descriptive Latin and German (title-page wanting), cf., 1551, 8vo. (433), July 14, Sotheby

Ellis & Keene, £i 25. Holbein (H.) Portraits of Illustrious Persons of the Court of

Henry VIII., with Biographical Tracts by John Chamberlaine, 82 stipple ports. by Bartolozzi, Cheesman and others, including the artist and his wife, printed in col. on tinted paper, and 2 col. miniatures, hf. mor., g.e., W. Bulmer, 1812, folio (302), Dec. 10, Hodgson

[7 158., mor. gt., g.e., June, 1914.] C. Cohen, £9 Ios. Holbein (H.) Portraits of Illustrious Persons of the Court of

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g.e., 1828, folio (282), June 2, Sotheby Laird, £3 5s. Holbein (H.) Portraits of Illustrious Persons of the Court of Henry VIII., by John Chamberlaine, tinted ports. by

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Bartolozzi, with descriptions by Lodge, hf. mor., g.e.,

1884, imp. 4to. (456), Oct. 21, Hodgson Walford, £2 Holbein (H.) Portraits of Illustrious Persons of the Court of

Henry VIII., 88 tinted ports. by Bartolozzi, with Biographical Notices by Lodge, hf. mor., 1884, folio (315), May 28, Hodgson

David, £1 16s. [{I 16s., hf. mor. gt., g.e., June 2, 1915, Sotheby, Lot

1177.) Holden (R.) Historical Record of the 3rd and 4th Batt.

Worcestershire Regt., orig. cl., 1887, 4to. (212), July 28,

Edwards, 6s. Hole (S. R.) Life of Jesus of Nazareth, col. illustrations, orig.

cl., t.e.g., 1906, 4to. (64), March 1, Dowell [Hole (S. R.)] A Little Tour in Ireland, first ed., folding front.

in col. and illustrations by Leech, orig. cl., Bradbury and Evans, 1859, 8vo. (177), April 14, Puttick Atkinson, 1is.

[£1_75., orig. cl., May 7, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 124.) (Hole (S. R.)] A Little Tour in Ireland, first ed., col. folding

front. and cuts by Leech, orig. cl., g.e., 1859, 8vo. (165), June 24, Hodgson

Rimell, £ 1 Hole" (W.) Quasi Cursores. Portraits of the High Officers

and Professors of the University of Edinburgh at its Tercentenary Festival, drawn and etched by W. Hole (with letterpress), orig. cl., 1884, 4to. (532), Feb. 1, Dowell 18s.

[100 copies were printed on fine paper, folio size.] Hcliday Grammar. See Forrester Holkot (Robert). Opus super Sapientiam Salomonis, lit.

goth., double columns, 42 lines to a page, large ornamental initals painted in red with pen-ornamentation, other small capitals in red, rubricated (slightly wormed), hf. vell., r.e. [Hain 8755, Proctor 1188), Absque nota (Köln,

C. Winters, n.d.], folio (851), July 14, Sotheby Heffer, £2 Holland (P.) Select Views of the Lakes, 20 col. aquatints by

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A. Birtwistle, 18s. Holloway (W.) History of Romney Marsh, front., map, plans,

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graved title and plates, Roxburgh Club, 1905, folio (565), June 7, Hodgson

£5 7s. (£5 155., as issued, Nov. 24, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 460.] Holtzapffel (C. and J.). Turning and Mechanical Manipulation, illustrations, 3 vol., 1852-56-50, 8vo. (244), Feb. 1, Dowell

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Puttick, Lot 37.] Holyoake (G. J.) The Original Manuscript in his Autograph of his translation of Jean Paul Richter's Hesperus,”

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262 pages, begun April 30th, 1852, Holloway, the only
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(241), June 17, Sotheby

Carey, £2 12s. 6d.
Home (George). Memoirs of an Aristocrat, by a Midshipman

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19, Hodgson

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[£2 8s., contemp. mor., g.e., Oct. 30, 1912, Sotheby,

Lot 66.]
Home Counties_Magazine, devoted to the Topography of

Middlesex, Essex, Herts, Bucks, Berks, Surrey and Kent,
ed. by W. J. Hardy and W. P. Baildon, plates, Vol. i. to
xi., hf. parchment, 1899-1909, 8vo. (176), Feb. 18, Hodgson

P. Robinson, £I 8s.
[i 5s., hf. parchment, Vol. i. to x., 1899-1908, Jan. 29,

1914, Puttick, Lot 159.] Homer. Carmina, recensuit A. Ludwich, vol. in 3, hf. mor., t.e.g., Lipsia, 1889-1907, 8vo. (143), July 14, Hodgson

Heffer, 195. Homer. Iliad, trans. by Alex. Pope, first ed., 6 vol., orig. cf., B. Lintot, 1715-20, folio (304), June 21, Christie

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Lot 136.) Homer. Iliad, ed. by Walter Leaf, second ed., 2 vol., orig. cl., 1900-2, 8vo. (147), July 14, Hodgson

W. Gow, 175. Homer. Iliad and Odyssey, trans. by Pope, first ed., 11 vol. in 6, old cf., 1715-25, 4to. (289), May 19, Hodgson

Cohen, 8s.
Homer. Iliad and Odyssey, trans. by Alex. Pope, port. and

plates, 12 vol., old cf., F. J. Dú Roveray, 1805-6, 8vo.
(142), July 1, Sotheby

Walford, £i 168. Homer. Iliad and Odyssey, trans. by Geo. Chapman, 5 vol., orig. cl., J. R. Smith, 1874-88, 8vo. (158), June 3, Puttick

Braun, 6s.
Homer. Ilias, ed. by J. B. Caspar d’Ansse de Villoison, mor.,

g.e., by Bozerian Jeune, from the Syston Park Library,
Venetiis, 1788, folio (285), July 14, Hodgson

£3 3s. Homer. Ilias. Scholia Græca in Homeri Iliadem, ed. G.

Dindorf et E. Maass, facs., 6 vol., orig. cl., Oxford, 1875-88,
8vo. (154), July 14, Hodgson

Davis, £i 155.
Homer. Odysses, trans. according to ye Greeke, by Geo.

Chapman, first ed., engraved title, containing ports. of
Homer, Ulysses and Pallas, mor., gt. floreate back, line
sides, g.e., þy Rivière, R. Field, for Nathaniell Butter, n.d.

(1614), folio (278), June 2, Sotheby Tregaskis, £3 ios. Homer. Odyssey, done into English Verse by William Morris,

2 vol., orig. bds. (joints cracked), with MS. inscription on
first hf.-title to Eiríkr M on, with William Morris

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