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M. Medland, 5 vol. in 20 parts, as issued, 1906-11, 4to. (293), Jan. 27, Hodgson

£i ios. [3 3s., in the 20 orig. parts, Jan. 23, 1912, Sotheby,

Lot 670.] Storer (J. S.) and Greig (Jno.) Graphic and Historical Descrip

tion of the Cathedrals of Great Britain, plates, 4 vol., mor. gt., g.e., 1814-19, 8vo. (171), July 1, Sotheby

Rimell, £ 1 5s. Stothard (Mrs. C. A.) Letters written during a Tour through

Normandy, Brittany, etc., plates (some col.), hf. mor., 1820, 4to. (497), June 23, Puttick

Berens, £2 Stow (J.) Annales of England, faithfully collected out of the

most autenticall (sic) Authors, woodcut border to title, cf. ex., George Bishop and T. Adams (1609), 4to. (174), June 17, Sotheby

Rev. Mr. Day, ki Stow (J.) Annales, or Generall Chronicle of England, con

tinued unto the end of 1614 by Edm. Howes, black letter, woodcut border to title, old cf., T. Adams, 1615, folio (212), July 7, Sotheby

Dobell, £i is. Stow (J.) Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster,

by John Strype, maps and plates, 2 vol., old cf. (rebacked), 1720, folio (608), Jan. 27, Hodgson

Davey, £1 5s. (16s., old cf. (broken), Feb. 17, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 573.] Stow (J.) Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster,

enlarged by J. Strype, with Life and Appendixes, maps and large engravings, 2 vol., old cf., 1720, folio (586). June 21, Christie

Davis, £i ios. Stowe (H. B.) Uncle Tom's Cabin, first ed., 2 vol., orig. cl.,

Boston (Mass.), 1852, 8vo. (518), Feb. 1, Dowell

[£2 os., cf., g.e., Dec. 2, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 160.) Stowe. Description of the House and Gardens of the Marquis

of Buckingham, plates, mor. gt., g.e., fine copy, 1797, 4to. (213), July 1, Sotheby

Batsford, 145 Strack (H.) Prophetarum Posteriorum Codex Babylonicus.

Petropolitanus, ed. Hermannus Strack, hf. mor., t.e.g.,

Petropoli, 1876, folio (394), July 14, Sotheby Gaster, £3 5s. Stradanus (Jo.) Nova Reperta, engraved title and 9 engravings.

by Theodor and Philip Galle, including “America ” [emblematic of the landing of Colombus), the Interior of a Printing Establishment (see Bibliographica,” Vol. i.], the Magnet, Gunpowder and Clock Making, etc. (lower margin wormed and injured by damp), unbd., n.d. [c. 1600], oblong folio (267), March 31, Hodgson

£5 Stradanus (Jo.) Passio Mors et Resurrectio Dn. Nostri Iesu

Christi, iconibus à pictore J. Stradano delineata a P. Gallaeo æneis formis incisa, engraved title, port. of Stradanus and 37 plates (several cut into at top, some torn and mended), original XVIth century binding of mor. gt., tooled border of vine-leaf scrolls, on both covers a centre gt. stamp of the sacred monogram, with the title of the work in gt. letters above, Absque nota, oblong 4to. (363), July 7, Sotheby

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Stradanus (Jo.) Venationes, Ferarum, Avium, Piscium, etc.,

104 plates-Artis Perspectivæ Fridman, 19 plates-Perspective de Vredeman, etc., 75 plates, etc., together nearly 300 plates, old vell. (1580), folio (590) June 21, Christie

Stevens & Brown, £8 18s. 6d. Stranguage (W.) Life of Mary Stuart. See Udall (W.) Straparola (G. F.), The Nights, trans. by W. G. Waters,

plates by Hughes, 2 vol., orig. cl., uncut, Lawrence and Bullen, 1894, 8vo. (261), May 19, Hodgson

Jones & Evans, £i 5s. [I os., silk bds., Oct. 29, 1913, Puttick, Lot 475.] Strauss (Rita). The Parents' Book, a book which answers

Children's Questions, 1913, 8vo. (140), Feb. 1, Dowell Stray Leaves of Northern History and Tradition, only a small

number printed, hf. mor. gt., t.e.g., Newcastle, 1849, 8vo. (375), Jan. 20, Puttick

White, 16s. Street (G. E.) Brick and Marble Architecture : North Italy,

second ed., plates, orig. cl., t.e.g., 1874, 8vo. (263), March 25, Hodgson

ki 25. [£1 78., orig. cl., Oct. 10, 1899, Hodgson, Lot 798.] Street (G. E.) Brick and Marble Architecture : North Italy,

second ed., illustrations, orig. cl., 1874, 8vo. (631), June 2, Sotheby

Goring, 175. Street (G. E.) Gothic Architecture in Spain, first ed., plates,

orig. cl., 1865, 8vo. (228), June 7, Hodgson Street (G. E.) Gothic Architecture in Spain, second ed., plates, cl., 1869, 8vo. (153), Jan. 13, Hodgson

Hill & Son, 18s. [£i gs., orig. cl., Jan. 15, 1914, Puttick, Lot 98; £I IIS.,

orig. cl., the first ed., 1865, Nov. II, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 681.] Strickland (A.) Lives of the Queens of England, 12 vol., orig. cl., 1841-48, 8vo. (352), June 3, Puttick

West, £1 Strickland (A.) Lives of the Queens of England, ports. and

vignette titles, 12 vol., orig. cl., 1841-8, 8vo. (391), June 23, Puttick

Ross, fi is. Strickland (A.) Lives of the Queens of England, ports., 12 vol., orig. cl., 1842-8, 8vo. (455), Oct. 28, Puttick

Thomas £1 6s. Strickland (A.) Lives of the Queens of England, ports. and

vignette titles, 12 vol., orig. cl., 1842-8, 8vo. (42), Jan. 20, Puttick

Allen, £1 75. (198., orig. cl., June 10, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 378; £1 8s.,

orig. cl., Nov. 13, 1913, Puttick, Lot 46.] Strickland (A.) Lives of the Queens of England, ports., 12 vol.,

orig. cl., 1844-8, 8vo. (150), Oct. 28, Puttick Allison, AI Strickland (A.) Lives of the Queens of England, ports. and

vignette titles, 12 vol., orig. cl., 1844-8, 8vo. (209), Feb. 18, Hodgson

Maggs, £i 4s. Strickland (A.) Lives of the Queens of England, ports., 8 vol., hf. mor. gt., 1854, 8vo. (458), Feb. 4, Hodgson

£1 4s Strickland (A.) Lives of the Queens of England, ports. and vignette titles, 8 vol., hf. mor., 1854, 8vo. (112), May 28, Hodgson

Edwards, £i 3s. [I Ios., hf. mor. gt., same sale, Lot 139.] Strickland (A.) Lives of the Queens of England, ports., 8

vol., mor. ex. (rubbed), g.e. (a few pages pencilled), 1878, 8vo. (345), June 3, Puttick

Brown, IIS. Strickland (A.) Lives of the Queens of Scotland and English

Princesses, ports., 8 vol., orig. cl., 1850-59, 8vo. (709),
Feb. I, Dowell

£i 18s. [42 12s. 6d., orig. cl., Nov. 13, 1913, Puttick, Lot 147.] Strickland (A.) Lives of the Queens of Scotland and English

Princesses, 8 vol., orig. cl., 1850-59, 8vo. (376), June 23,
Puttick

Walford, £2 ios. Strickland (A.) Lives of the Queens of Scotland and English

Princesses, fronts., 8 vol., orig. red cl., uncut, 1852-9, 8vo. (69), May 6, Hodgson

Edwards, £2 45. Strohl (H. G.) Heraldischer Atlas, col. illustrations of coats

of-arms, etc., buckram, r.e., Stuttgart, 1899, folio (385), July 1, Sotheby

Tirante, 7s. Strong (G.) Heraldry of Herefordshire, 9 plates of arms in

gold and colours, orig. cl., 1848, folio (281), May 28, Hodgson

Walford, 1 I nos., same state, March 15, 1906, Sotheby, Lot 916.] Strutt (Jos.) Sports and Pastimes of the People of England,

second ed., plates, contemp. cf. ex., m.e., 1810, 4to. (529), July 22, Hodgson

Field, 8s. 6d Strutt (Jos.) Sports and Pastimes of the People of England,

new ed., by W. Hone, LARGE PAPER, 140 col. illustrations,

orig. cl., 1831, imp. 8vo. (292), Jan. 20, Puttick George, 6s. Stuart (J.) and Revett (N.) Antiquities of Athens, first ed.,

plates, 4 vol., hf, russ. gt., 1762-1816, imp. folio (1665), June 14, Knight

£4 ios. Stuart (J. S.) Vestiarium Scoticum, from the Manuscript

formerly in the Library of the Scots College at Douay, with Introduction and Notes by John S. Stuart, col. plates of Tartans, mor., g.e., Edinb., 1842, folio (310), July 27, Sotheby

Mawson, £2 4s. Stuart (Lady Louisa). Gleanings from an Old Portfolio, con

taining some correspondence between Lady Louisa Stuart and her sister Caroline Countess of Portarlington, etc., ports., 3 vol., 1895 (privately printed), sm. 4to.--Letters of Lady Stuart to Miss Louisa Clinton, ports., 2 vol., 1901, 8vo., and others, together 7 vol., orig. cl. (1081), June 14, Knight

£2 5s. Stubbs (G.) Anatomy of the Horse, first ed.-Another copy, hf. cf., together 2 vol., 1766, folio (593), June 21. Christie

Parsons, 7s. Stubbs (G.) Anatomy of the Horse, in eighteen tables done

from Nature, plates (pub. at 425.), Gibbings, 1899, folio (166), March 1, Dowell

6s. 6d. [The only good edition of this work is the first published in 1766, atla's folio.]

145. 6d.

Stubbs (W.) Constitutional History of England, 3 vol., orig.

cl., 1891, 8vo. (46), Feb. 1, Dowell Studer (J. H.) Birds of North America, col. plates, hf. mor. ex., t.e.g., N.Y., 1888, 4to. (255), Aug. 6, Hodgson

Bain, £1 Ios. Studia Sinaitica. Catalogue of Syriac and Arabic MSS. at

Mount Sinai, Palestinian Syriac, Lectionary, etc., being parts 1 to 7, 10 and 11, fac. plates, 9 parts, wrappers, 1894-1902 (209), April 9, Hodgson

Baker, £1 ios. Studio (The), complete set, from the commencement in April,

1893 to Dec., 1914, being Nos. I to 261 inclusive, with the Supplementary plates by Aubrey Beardsley, J. McNeill Whistler, Frank Short, Pennell and others, wrappers (backs repaired with linen), 1893-1914, 4to. (626), April 15, Hodgson

£6 ros. Studio (The), from the commencement in 1893 to 1900 in

clusive, illustrations, Vol. i.-xix., in 10 vol., buckram, etc., some wrappers bound in, 1893-1900, 4to. (252), July 27, Sotheby

Carlton, £i 16s. Studio (The), from the commencement in 1893 to 1913 in

clusive, illustrations, some col., Vol. i.-lviii., with Index, Vol. i.-xxi., in cloth and parts as issued (3 parts missing),

1893-1913, 4to. (311), July 1, Sotheby Maine, £4 155. Studio (The), Vol. iv. to Ix., and special numbers : Modern

Etching and Engraving, Corot and Millet, The Royal
Academy from Reynolds to Millais, Daumier and Gavarni,
Masters of English Landscape Painting, and the Genius of
J. M. W. Turner, 50 vol., hf. cf., and 40 parts, 1894-1913,
4to. (79), March 1, Dowell

£5 55. Studio (The). Representative Art of Our Time, with Original

Etchings and Lithographs, also Reproductions of Oil and Water-Colour Paintings, Pastels, etc., 8 parts, The Studio, 1903, imp. 8vo. (598), April 5, Dowell

£i 25. Studio (The). Special numbers (46), including Colour Photo

graphy, Genius of J. M. W. Turner, Peasant Art, Art in Photography, Village Homes of England, Royal Academy from Reynolds to Millais, Mansions of England, Modern Etchings, Mezzotints and Dry-Points, Sketching Grounds, Old English Mezzotints, Water-Colours of J. M. W. Turner, Old English Coloúr Prints, etc., numerous illustrations, some col., in cl. and wrappers as issued, 1896-1913, 4to. (312), July 1, Sotheby

Cater, £3 155. Studio (The). Special numbers, as under :- Modern Etching

and Engraving, wrappers, 1902, imp. 8vo., 75. 6d.; Modern Pen Drawings, European and American, wrappers, 1901, imp. 8vo., 75. 6d. ; The Gardens of England, wrappers, 1907, imp. 8vo., 78.; Modern British Water-Colour Drawing, wrappers, 1900, imp. 8vo., 58.; Modern Etching and Engraving, wrappers, 1902, imp. 8vo., 55. 6d. ; Corot and Millet, wrappers, 1902, imp. 8vo., 7s. 6d.; and The Old Water-Colour Society, 1804-1904, wrappers, 1905, imp. 8vo., 6s. (607-20), April 5, Dowell Together £2 65. Studio (The) Year Book of Decorative Art, 1906-13, illustrations, some col., 8 vol., 1906-13, 4to. (307), July 1, Sotheby

Tiranti, £i is. Studio (The). See English Water-Colour Stukeley (W.) Itinerarium Curiosum, or Antiquities of Great

Britain, second ed., with additions, illustrations, 2 parts in i vol., cf., 1776, folio (539), March 18, Hodgson

Blackham, 18s. [1 8s., russ. ex., 2 vol. in 1, Oct. 16, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 616; £1_1os., cf., Nov. 6, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 471;

£i, russ. gt., Feb. 3, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 579.) Sturgis (R.) Dictionary of Architecture and Building, Bio

graphical, Historical and Descriptive, illustrations, 3 vol., buckram, r.e., New York, 1901-2, roy. 8vo. (1), July 27, Sotheby

T. Smith, £i 16s. Substance of the Arguments For and Against The Bill for Pro

hibiting the Exportation of Woollen Manufactures from Ireland to Forreign Parts, 10 leaves (including “ Postcript ”), J. Astwood, 1698—Deduction of the Original, Progress and Immense Greatness of the British Woollen Manufacture (with brief references to the English Colonies in America, pages 26-7), 1727, together 2 vol., sm. 8vo. (202), May 6, Hodgson

Quaritch, £2 75. 6d. Suckling (Sir J.) Fragmenta Aurea, a Collection of all the

Incomparable Peeces, first ed., port. by Marshall (port. mended and badly stained), mor. ex., g.e., H. Moseley, 1646, 8vo. (202), March 31, Hodgson

£5 [£36, orig. sheep, 7}ins. by 4fins., references to the Evelyn family written on the back of the portrait, Dec. 16,

1913, Hodgson, Lot 69.] Suckling (Sir J.) Fragmenta Aurea. A Collection of all the

Incomparable Peeces, engraved port. by Wm. Marshall (a few leaves slightly defective or stained), old cf., H. Moseley,

1648, 8vo. (191), July 1, Hodgson G. A. Aitken, £2 25. Sue (E.) Mysteries of Paris, Heath's illustrated eds., 3 vol.,

orig. cl., 1845-6, 8vo. (94), March 10, Puttick Allison, 8s.

Zi 7s. 6d., orig. cl., April 30, 1914, Puttick, Lot 77;

£i 8s., orig. cl., Oct. 16, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 880.] Sue (E.) The Wandering Jew, first English ed., plates by

Valentin (foxed), 3 vol., orig. red cl., uncut, 1844-5, 8vo. (443), April 15, Hodgson

Maggs, £2 12s. Sue (E.) Works, Annecy ed., titles and etchings on Japan

paper, 20 vol., buckram, t.e.g., Boston, n.d., 8vo. (88), March 18, Hodgson

Hector, £3 145. (4 6s., linen bds., uncut, t.e.g., June 30, 1914, Sotheby,

Lot 641.]
Suetonius. Lives of the First Twelve Cæsars, translated from

the Latin ... with Annotations and a Review of the
Government and Literature of the different periods, by
Alexander Thomson, M.D., orig. cf., 1796, 8vo. (12),
June 17, Sotheby

Bathurst, £i 12s. [Robert Browning (the poet's) copy, with the following

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