£2 5s.

letters, 1830—Poems, vignettes, 1834, first eds., together 2 vol., rebound in buckram, but uncut, 8vo. (75), June 7, Hodgson

Spencer, £? [Transposed vignette. The earliest issue of Italy has two vignettes reversed. One is of a Tomb and the other of a House. In the earliest issue, the House is at the head of the poem “ Arqua.” The pages affected are

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Turner and Stothard, 2 vol., mor. gt., g.e., 1830-4, 8vo. (417), Oct. 28, Puttick

Wilson, £1 Rogers (S.) Italy, a Poem, proofs before letters---Poems,

proofs, first eds., vignettes by Turner and Stothard, unusually clean copies, almost unspotted, together 2 vol., contemp. mor., g.e., 1830-34, 8vo. (82), Feb. 4, Hodgson

R. A. Rolfe, £3 125. Rogers (S.) Italy, a Poem, 1830—Poems, 1834, vignettes after

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8vo. (1764), April 26, Christie, Red Cross Sale Rogers (S.) Italy, a Poem, mor., g.e., 1830, Poems, mor. gt.,

g.e., 1834, first eds., illustrations by Turner and Stothard,

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Maggs, £I IIS. Rohault de Fleury. See Fleury (C. Rohault de) Rohrbacher (F. Ř.) Vies Des Saints pour tous les jours de

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75 Rolewinck (w.) Fasciculus Temporum, lit. goth., long lines,

without catch-words or signatures, 15 woodcut views of cities in contemp. hand colouring and 3 woodcut figures (one leaf slightly defective), numerous contemp. MS. notes, old hf. cf., the note on the Invention of Printing at Mentz appears at page lxxxix., Basil., B. Richel, 1482, folio (272), June 2, Sotheby

Heffer, £3 3s. Rollenhagius (G.) Nucleus Emblematum Selectissimorum,

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Serviez (J. R. de) Romance of Empire Series. Canada, Australia, New Zealand,

Outposts of Empire, India, South Africa and The Land of the Golden Trade, together 7 vol., col. illustrations, pub, at 6s. per vol., Jack, n.d. (1907, etc.), 8vo. (84), March 1, Dowell

78. Romances of Royalty. Dramas and Tragedies of Chivalric

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Sutton, £i ios. Romney (Rev. John). Memoirs of the Life and Works of

George Romney, port. from a painting by himself, bds.,

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Hill, £I 125. Rooses (Max). Fifty Masterpieces of Anthony Van Dyck,

described and historically explained, trans. by F. Knowles, proof illustrations, hf. vell., uncut, 1900, folio (381), July 1, Sotheby

J. Field, 8s. Rooses (Max). Euvres de Rubens : Histoire et Description

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C. & E. Brown, £I [£3, hf. mor., t.e.g., Feb. 25, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 4852.] Rooses (Max). The Work of Rubens, trans. by H. Child, 350

reproductions, including 70 full-page illustrations in heliogravure and fac., 2 vol., hf. bd., t.e.g., 1904, 4to. (272), June 7, Hodgson

Pickard, £I 25. Roquelaure (Duc de). Secret Memoirs, by Himself, trans.

into English, 4 vol., vell. gt., uncut, Privately printed,

1896, 8vo. (412), March 4, Hodgson Walford, £3 35 Roscher (W. H.) Ausführliches Lexikon der griechischen und

rämischen Mythologie, illustrations, parts 1 to 68 (ASummanus) and 3 Supplements, Vol. i.-iii., bd. in 6 vol., buckram, t.e.g., remainder in 12 nos., Leipzig, 1884-1913, 8vo. (497), July 14, Hodgson

Heffer, £3 5s. Rose Family of Kilravock. See Genealogical Deduction Rosini (G.) Storia della Pittura Italiana, plates, 7 vol. 8vo.,

and 4 vol. fol. in 2 vol., vell., g.e., Pisa, 1839-47 (467), March 10, Puttick

Morris, 175. [I 158., hf. mor., t.e.g., Oct. 29, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 499.] Ross (Sir J.) Voyage of Discovery and Research in the

Southern and Antarctic Regions during 1839-43, plates, maps and cuts, 2 vol., orig. cl., uncut, 1847, 8vo. (143), Feb. 18, Hodgson

J. J. Kinsey, 18s. Ross (William). Collection of Pipe Music, revised ed., Edin

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PAPER (one of 350 signed copies), vell. gt., with ties, 1910,

4to. (224), July 9, Hodgson Rossetti (D. G.) The Early Italian Poets (1100-1300), to

gether with Dante's Vita Nuova, first ed., orig. cl., uncut, 1861, 8vo. (96), June 7, Hodgson

Meynell, £1 IS. [£1, orig. cl., uncut, same sale, Lot 97.] Rossetti (D. G.) Poems, first ed., orig. cl., uncut, F. S. Ellis,

1870, 8vo. (124), March 31, Hodgson Dobell, £2_55. [£4, orig. cl., July 15, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 574. The

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volume contains half-title, title, dedication, contents (vii.xi.), and text pages 1-282, navy blue cl., with gilt design of roses and trellis work on the side. Twenty-four copies

were printed on Large Paper.] Rossetti (D. G.) Poems, 1870–Ballads and Sonnets, 1881,

first eds., 2 vol., orig. cl., uncut (in clean condition), 8vo. (173), Dec. 2, Hodgson

£3 Ios. [“ Poems,” 1870, was published in navy blue cloth, with gilt design on the side, and contains half-title, title, dedication to W. M. Rossetti, contents (vii.-xi.) and text, pp: 1-282. A second edition appeared the same year, and also an edition at Boston (U.S.A.), the latter apparently unauthorised. Ballads and Sonnets,” 1881, contains half-title, title, dedication to Theodore Watts, contents (v.-xii.) and text, pp. 3-335. Of the Poems appearing in this volume, fifty-four had been published previously :

the rest were new.-ED.] Rossetti (D. G.) Poems, 1870–Ballads, 1881, first eds., to.

gether 2 vol., clean copies in the orig. cl. gt., uncut, 1870-81, 8vo. (98), June 7, Hodgson

£3 Rossetti (D. G.) Collected Works, ed. with Preface and Notes

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£1 25. I 18s., orig. cl., 2 vol. in 4, one of 25 copies on Large Paper, Nov. 20, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 421; £i 7s., orig. cl., small paper, Dec. 10, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 587; £4 25. 6d., orig. cl., 2 vol. in 4, Large Paper, Feb. 20, 1913, Sotheby,

Lot 360.] Rossetti (D. G.) Works, ed. by W. M. Rossetti, 2 vol., mor.

ex., 1890, 8vo. (830), June 2, Sotheby Halliday, 41 6s. Rossi (G. G. de). Scherzi Poetici e Pittorici, orig. ed., front.

and 40 plates, printed in red within ornamental borders, old hf. cf., Parma, Co tipi Bodoniani, 1795, 4to. (237), June 2, Sotheby

Weyhe, 5s. Rossini (L.) Antichità di Roma, 101 large plates in the style

of Piranesi, fine impressions, hf. mor., Roma, 1822-23, folio (400). July 7, Sotheby

Stone, £4 155. Rossini (L.) Antichita di Roma, engraved title, 72 plates, hf. russ., Roma, 1826, atlas folio (911), July 14, Sotheby

Ďavis & Orioli, ios. Rossini (L.) Vedute di Roma, 94 large engravings (loose),

Roma, 1823, folio (441), July 7, Sotheby F. C. Carter, £1 Rostand (Edmond). Chantécler, Piéce en quatre actes,

Japanese vellum paper, with autograph signature of the
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£6 6s. Rothschild (Lord). See Novitates Zoologicæ Rothschild (Hon. Walter). Extinct Birds, No. 75 of 300

copies printed, signed by the author, 45 col. plates and

other illustrations, hf. mor., g.t., sold in aid of the fund XXIX. (449)


for the Relief of Officers' Families, 1907, folio (285), June 2, Sotheby

Gladstone, 616 (£18, hf. mor., t.e.g., March 27, 1911, Sotheby, Lot 478.] Rothschild (Hon. Walter). Monograph of the Genus Casuarius,

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Quaritch, 175. Round (Horace). Peerage and Pedigrees, Studies in Peerage

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16s. Rousseau (J. J.) A Mr D'Alembert de l'Académie Francoise

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Binning, 158. Rousseau (J. J.) Confessions, now first translated, Library

ed., port. and etchings by E. Hedouin, 2 vol., buckram, Privately printed, 1896, 8vo. (395), Jan. 13, Hodgson

Walford, £1 4s. [i 18s., buckram, June 30, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 623 :

ti 25. 6d., buckram, Feb. 29, 1912, Puttick, Lot 147.] Rousseau (J. J.) Emile, first ed., 4 vol. (no hf.-title to Vol. i.),

La Haye, 1762—La Nouvelle Heloise, 4 vol., Neuchatel, 1764-Euvres, 7 vol., 15., 1764-Euvres Posthumes, 12 vol., Genève, 1781-3, anu Letters, 2 vol. in 1, Amst., 1764, 2 ports., and plates after Eisen and Gravelot, together 28 vol., contemp. French mor., gt. backs, g.e., 8vo. (28), July 28, Hodgson

Parsons, £5 5s. Rousseau (J. J.) Euvres Complètes, port, after De La Tour

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Peintures, Bronzes, Mosaiques, plates, 8 vol. (with the
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£3 ios. [£3 6s., as issued, March 18, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 2366; £2 159., as issued, May 13, 1912, Puttick, Lot 429.]

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May 19, Hodgson

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Rimell, iis. Rowe (Sir T.) Speech at the Councel Table about the Altera

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McKenzie, £3 35. Rowlandson (T.) Sixteen Views in Cornwall, with Figures and

Cattle (slightly stained), wrapper, 1812, oblong 4to. (523),
March 25, Hodgson

£3 4s. [Apparently not coloured. £9 158., orig. bds., with label, the etchings coloured, July 1, 1901, Sotheby, Lot 414. £5, orig. bds., with label, not coloured, May 9, 1912,

Sotheby, Lot 312.] Rowlandson (T.) Loyal Volunteers of London and Environs,

Infantry and Cavalry, in their respective Uniforms, representing the Manual, Platoon and Funeral Exercise, engraved title, col., and 87 col. plates heightened with gold, mor., t.e.g., R. Ackermann (1798-9), imp. 4to. (506), March 18, Hodgson

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Tregaskis, £11 Roxburghe Club. The Club, 1764-1905, Roxburghe Club,

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Quaritch, £3 12s. 6d. Royal Academy Exhibition Catalogues, 1769 to 1891, in 7 vol., hf. mor., 1769-1891, 4to. (506), June 21, Christie

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Wesley, £7

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