together 2 vol., first eds., orig. cl., 8vo. (90), Dec. 10, Hodgson

Bumpus, £2 16s. Stevenson (R. L.) The Merry Men, etc., first ed., orig. cl.,

1887, 8vo. (86), Dec. 10, Hodgson Spencer, £1 4s. Stevenson (R. L.) The Merry Men and other Tales and

Fables, first ed., orig. cl., 1887, 8vo. (238), March 25,

£1 9s. Stevenson (R. L.) Merry Men, 1887–Black Arrow, 1888,

first eds., together 2 vol., orig. cl., 8vo. (150), March 10, Puttick

Spencer, £1 ios. Stevenson (R. L.) Merry Men and other Tales and Fables,

first ed., 1887–Gallienne (R.) Robert Louis Stevenson, an Elegy, etc., first ed., uncut, presentation copy from the author, with autograph inscription, together 2 vol., 1895, 8vo. (222), July 27, Sotheby

Spencer, £i 8s. Stevenson (R. L.) Miscellanea, Moral Emblems, Moral Tales, orig. cl., 1898, 8vo. (386), March 1, Dowell

19s. Stevenson (R. L.). The New Amphion (containing

Some College Memories,” by R. L. Stevenson), plates, vell. gt., with ties, Edin., 1886, 8vo. (94), Dec. 10, Hodgson

J. E. R. Elliot, 16s. [Pp. xvi. 240. Vellum binding, with ties, illustrations by W. Hole, MacWhirter and others. Some large paper copies were issued with the illustrations on Japanese vellum paper,

Some College Memories was reprinted from “ The New Amphion " for members of the University Union Committee, 1886, small 8vo., but whether it is authentic is doubtful. See “ The Athenæum," Jan. 8

and 22, and Feb. 26, 1898.--Ed.] Stevenson (R. L.) New Arabian Nights, cl., entirely uncut,

one of 100 copies on LARGE PAPER, Chatto & Windus, 1889, 4to. (171), June 17, Sotheby

Spencer, 16s. [145., same state, May 27, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 685.) Stevenson (R. L.) Pentland Rising, a Page of History, 1666,

first ed., orig. green wrappers, enclosed in case, Edinburgh, 1866, 12mo. (922), April 6, American Art Association

C. Walters, $400 [Fine copy of the author's first publication. Written by Stevenson when barely 16 years of age, it being the outcome of the interest taken by him in the stories of the Covenanters that he had learned in childhood from his nurse. A. Cunningham. Only a small number of copies were privately printed, the greater number of which were bought up by his father. Laid in is a 1 page A.L.s. from Stevenson (signed in full, “ Robert Louis Stevenson "') to C. B. Foote regarding the above work, and which reads :

“ Vailima, C. B. Foote, Esq.

Dear Sir: Everybody is quite right, I was just 16 in November, 1866, and the Pentland Rising in a green cover is my first work, printed by a fond parent. I remember giving Williamson,

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and strange to say-all these long years—bear him a little aching grudge, for a little momentary cowardice which he has long since forgotten and a good job too, but the photograph I cannot recall. “Ticondarogo' was printed to ensure copyright at home; I never even saw it. The plays, I fear, I cannot help you to, for various reasons. I admire your industry and success; I have always admired collectors, perhaps for their similitude to pirates.

Yours truly,

Robert Louis Stevenson. P.S. Since writing the above, I have found lying about a copy of another early work, never acknowledged, and take pleasure to send it to you as a curiosity.” The G. N.

Williamson copy.] [Stevenson (R. L.)] Pentland Rising, a Page of History,

orig. green wrappers, Edinb., 1866, 8vo. (279B), July 7 Sotheby

Spencer, £13 Ios. Stevenson (R. L.) Poems, one of 500 copies on handmade

paper, vell., uncut, t.e.g., 1913, 4to. (263), July 27. Sotheby

Jones, 9s, Stevenson (R. L.) Prince Otto, a Romance, first ed., orig. cl., 1885, 8vo. (81), Dec. 10, Hodgson

Meynell, £6 6s. (Cr. 8vo., comprising half-title, title, dedication, contents and text, pp. 300.

There is a half-title before each of the three parts into which the book is divided. Pub

lished at 6s., in greenish cloth, lettered in gilt. ---Ed.] Stevenson (R. L.) Roman du Prince Othon, traduit par E.

Castle, first French ed., front., title and cover-design by
D. Y. Cameron, orig. cl., 1896, 8vo. (78), March 10, Puttick

Maggs, 1 [8s., orig. cl., same sale, Lot 417; gs., orig. cl., April 14,

Puttick, Lot 189.] Stevenson (R. L.) The Silverado Squatters, first ed. with the

list of Publications, dated October, 1883, front., orig. cl., 1883, 8vo. (80), Dec. 10, Hodgson

(Cr. 8vo., comprising half-title, front., title, dedication, contents and text, pp. 1-254, followed by list of books published by Chatto and Windus. This list was speedily withdrawn, so that it is only found in the very earliest

issues of the book.—ED.] Stevenson (R. L.) The Silverado Squatters, first ed., front.,

buckram, uncut, t.e.g., without the list of publications, 1883, 8vo. (103), May 19, Hodgson

Spencer, 178. Stevenson (R. L.) The Silverado Squatters, first ed., front..

orig. cl., edges unopened, 1883, 8vo. (214), July 22, Hodgson

Shepherd, £2 2s. [Apparently without the list of books published by

Chatto and Windus.] Stevenson (R. L.) Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, first ed., wrappers, 1886, 8vo. (421), June 3, Puttick

Redway, I

£4 Stevenson (R. L.) Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,

first ed., mor., uncut, t.e.g., orig. wrappers bound in,

1886, 8vo. (434), July 1, Sotheby Nixon, £i ios. Stevenson (R. L.) Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,

1886—The Dynamiter, 1885, together 2 vol., first eds.,

wrappers, 8vo. (85), Dec. 10, Hodgson Spencer, t I ios. Stevenson (R. L.) Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes,

first ed., front. by Walter Crane, orig. cl., 1879, 8vo. (77), Dec. 1o, Hodgson

Maggs, £9 [£10, orig. cl., finer copy than the above, Nov. 5, 1913, Hodgson, Lot 110; £9 158., orig. cl., Dec. 9, 1914, Put

tick, Lot 368.] Stevenson (R. L.) Treasure Island, first ed., 1883, 8vo. (79), Dec. 1o, Hodgson

Bain, £4 6s. (Cr. 8vo., containing half-title, Facsimile of Chart," title, dedication with verses on the reverse, contents and text, pp. 292, followed by two leaves of advertisements.

There are no illustrations, except the chart.-Ed.] Stevenson (R. L.) Treasure Island, first ed. (stain on the frontispiece), red cl., 1883, 8vo. (16), March 25, Hodgson

Shepherd, £3 35. (16s., orig. cl., used copy, March 10, 1915, Puttick, Lot

347 ; £3 35., orig. cl., March 25, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 237.] Stevenson (R. L.) Treasure Island, first illustrated ed., chart

and 27 plates, inclusive of front. and cut on title, cl., 1885, 8vo. (153), Feb. 18, Hodgson

16s. Stevenson (R. L.) (Underwoods.] Set of Proof Sheets of

Underwoods, inscribed in Stevenson's autograph, “ Adelaide Boodle, these sheets with the kindest remembrances from Robert Louis Stevenson,” printer's rubber stamp on hf.-title, bearing date June 28th, 1887, unbd., presented by Miss Boodle, 1887, 8vo. (1755), April 26, Christie, Red Cross Sale

Sabin, £30 9s. Stevenson (R. L.) Underwoods, orig. white cl., uncut, one

of 50 copies printed upon LARGE PAPER, 1887, 4to. (170), June 17, Sotheby

Spencer, £1 Stevenson (R. L.) Underwoods, first ed., orig. cl., inserted

an A.L.S. of Stevenson, with envelope addressed in his hand to John Norris, Esq., referring to a printer's error in the poem,

Our Lady of the Snows,” with autograph signature of Mr. Norris on fly-leaf, 1887, 8vo. (279), July 7, Sotheby

Sawyer, £7 Stevenson (R. L.) Underwoods, 1887–Ballads, 1890_Songs

of Travel, 1896, together 3 vol., first eds., orig. cl., 8vo. (89), Dec. 10, Hodgson

Spencer, £2 6s. Stevenson (R. L.) Vailima Letters, 1890-4, first ed., etched

port. by W. Strang, buckram, t.e.g., 1895, 8vo. (156), Feb. 4, Hodgson

J. E. R. Elliott

, 125. [1os., buckram, t.e.g., Oct. 22, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 648.] Stevenson (R. L.) Virginibus Puerisque, col. illustrations by Norman Wilkinson, one of 250 copies on Aldwych handmade paper, vell., Florence Press, 1910, sm. 4to. (495), June 3, Puttick

Bickers, £I 4s. (155., bds., t.e.g., May 6, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 120.] Stevenson (R. L.) Works, Edinburgh ed., port., illustrations

and facs., 28 vol., orig. cl., t.e.g., as issued, one or two labels (of which there are duplicates in each volume) (very slightly rubbed), Edinburgh, 1894-98, 8vo. (91), May 28, Hodgson

Shepherd, £39 Stevenson (R. L.) Works, Edinburgh ed., with the Appendix,

28 vol.-Stevensoniana, I vol. -Letters to his Family and Friends, ed. by S. Colvin, 2 vol.—Life, by Graham Balfour, 2 vol., together 33 vol., ports., buckram, uncut, t.e.g., Edinb., 1894-1903. 8vo. (256), July 1, Sotheby

Shepherd, £39 Stevenson (R. L.) Works (Collection), including the Vailima

Letters, Letters to his Family and Friends, ed., with Notes, by Sideny Colvin, ports., illustrations, etc., together 35 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g., 1896-1911, 8vo. (1143), June 2, Sotheby

Bumpus, £10 Stevenson (R. L.) Works, with bibliographical notes by

Edmund Gosse, Pentland ed.," with ports. and illustrations, 20 vol., buckram, uncut, t.e.g., 1906-7, 8vo. (1663), June 14, Knight

£20 Stevenson (R. L.) Works, ed. with an Introduction by

Andrew Lang, Swanston ed., fronts., 25 vol., buckram, t.e.g., as issued, 1911-12, 8vo. (195), May 28, Hodgson

Edwards, £7 5s. Stevenson (R. L.) Photograph, inscribed in Stevenson's

handwriting, Adelaide Boodle, with the kind regards of
Robert Louis Stevenson, Vailima, 1893,” cabinet size,
presented by Miss Boodle, (1757), April 26, Christie,
Cross Sale

Spencer, £5 5s. Stevenson (R. L.) See Henley (W. E.) and Stevenson (R. L.) Stevenson (R. L.) and Osbourne (L.) The Wrecker, 1892–

The Ebb-Tide, 1894, first eds., together 2 vol., orig. cl., 8vo. (193), April 14, Puttick

Cohen, gs. Stevenson (R. L.) and Osbourne (Lloyd). The Wrong Box,

1889—The Wrecker, plates, 1892---St. Ives, 1898, together 3 vol., first eds., orig. cl., 8vo. (88), Dec. 10, Hodgson £i 8s.

[St. Ives was written by Stevenson alone, but left unfinished, and completed by Sir A. Quiller-Couch. Stevenson is credited with the first 30 chapters, which appeared originally in the “ Pall Mall Magazine," Vol. x. et seq.

Ed.] Stewart (A.) Nether Lochaber, 1882—'Twixt Ben Nevis and

Glencoe, 1885, together 2 vol., orig. cl., 8vo. (335), April 5,

Dowell Stewart (Dugald). Collected Works, ed. by Sir W. Hamilton,

10 vol., and Supplement, together ii vol., orig. cl., 1854-60, 8vo. (465), Feb. I, Dowell

6s. 6d. ti 3s., hf. mor. gt., Jan. 29, 1906, Sotheby, Lot 326.]

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Stilling (J. H. Jung). Sämmtliche Werke, port., 12 vol., hf. cf., Stuttgart, 1842-3, 8vo. (747), July 14, Sotheby

Luzac, 8s. Stirling-Maxwell (Sir W.) Antwerp Delivered in MDLXXVII.,

250 copies printed, facs. of designs by Martin de Vos and others, art bds., 1878, folio (256), Jan. 20, Puttick

Davis, 6s. [£1, art bds., July 1, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 1129; 16s., art

bds., Nov. 11, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 676.] Stirling-Maxwell (Sir W.) Don John of Austria, illustrations,

as issued, 2 vol., 1883, roy. 8vo. (90), March 1, Dowell 6s.

[10s., as issued, June 15, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 187.] Stirling-Maxwell (Sir W.) Works. Annals of the Artists of

Spain-Cloister Life of Charles V.-Essays, LARGE PAPER, with the plates in duplicate, together 6 vol., orig. cl., J. C. Nimmo, 1891, sm. 4to. (88), July 9, Hodgson

Hitchman, £1 Stirling-Maxwell (Sir W.) Works. Annals of the Artists of

Spain, 4 vol.-Cloister Life of Charles V.- Essays, mezzotint ports. and plates, some col., together 6 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g. J. C. Nimmo, 1891, 8vo. (191), June 7, Hodgson

Pickard, £2 ios. Stobæus (Joannes). Eclogæ, 2 vol. -_-Florilegium, 4 vol., ed.

T. Gaisford, together 6 vol., hf. mor., Oxonii, 1822-50, 8vo. (227), July 14, Hodgson

Blackwell, 16s. Stodart (E.) Queens of the Drama, stipple ports., artist's

signed proofs, each in 2 states, one of 50 copies, hf. mor., 1891, 4to. (191), Jan. 20, Puttick

White, 175. Stoddart (J.) Picturesque Views in Scotland, 33 col. plates, bds., 1801, 4to. (524), March 25, Hodgson

19s. Stoddart (T. T.) The Angler's Companion to the Rivers and

Lakes of Scotland, 1853–Francis (F.) Book of Angling, 1867—Pritt (T. E.) North-Country Flies, illustrations, 1886, together 3 vol., orig. cl., 8vo. (6), March 1, Dowell

£i 3s. Stokes (G. T.) Early Christian Art in Ireland, orig. cl., 1887, 8vo. (38), Feb. 1, Dowell

7s. Stokes (M.) Six Months in the Apennines and Three Months

in France in Search of Vestiges of Irish Saints, plates, 2 vol., orig. cl., 1892-5, 8vo., June 7, Hodgson

Quaritch, 1 13s. Stolberg (J. S.) and Stuart (C. E.) Costume of the Clans, with

observations upon the Literature, Arts, Manufactures and Commerce of the Highlands and Western Isles during the Middle Ages, and on the Influence of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries upon their present condition, first ed., LARGE PAPER, front. and numerous full-length ports. in various costumes, hf. cf. (broken), Edin. 1845, imp. folio (1187), June 2, Sotheby

Scarsdale, ios. [£5 58., hf. mor., g.e., July 1, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 1572.] Stonham (C.) Birds of the British Islands, illustrations by L.

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