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Voltaire (F. M. A. de). Candide, ou l'Optimisme, traduit de

l'Allemande de Mr. le Docteur Ralph, first ed., Monsieur de Moreau de Dreux's copy, with his signature on the

title, s.l., 1759, 8vo. (138), June 17, Sotheby Hulme, £2 Voltaire (F. M. A. de). Mémoires, Ecrits par lui-même, first

ed., entirely uncut, Geneve, 1784, 8vo. (141), June 17, Sotheby

Hulme, £1 ios. Voltaire (F. M. A. de). Nouveaux Mélanges Philosophiques,

Historiques, Critiques, etc., first ed., 4 vol., orig. cf., with the bookplates of David Hume and S. S. Gladstone in each

vol., 1765-7, 8vo. (140), June 17, Sotheby Ferdinando, 16s. Voltaire (F. M. A. de). Edipe, tragedie, first ed. old cf., Paris, P. Ribou, etc., 1719, 8vo. (137), June 17, Sotheby

Attley, £i is. Voltaire (F. M. A. de). Principes de la Philosophie Morale, ou

Essai de M.S., first ed., fleuron on title, front. and vignette by Fessard, old cf., Amsterdam, 1764, 8vo. (139), June 17, Sotheby

Hulme, 12s. Voltaire (F. M. A. de). La Henriade, ports. and plates after

Moreau, MS. notes on margins, old cf., 1789, 4to. (282),
May 19, Hodgson

Davis & Orioli, 12s. Voltaire (F. M. A. de). La Pucelle d'Orleans, 13 col. plates, mor., g.e., Londres, 1761, 8vo. (188), July 22, Hodgson

£i 5s. Voltaire (F. M. A. de). La Pucelle, or the Maid of Orleans,

trans. by E. Dowson, 2 vol., orig. cl., 1899, 4to. (218), March 1o, Puttick

Hatchards, gs. Voltaire (F. M. A. de). La Pucelle, or the Maid of Orleans,

trans. by Ernest Dowson, 2 vol., orig. cl., Lutetian Society,

1899, 4to. (105), May 28, Hodgson Shepherd, 155. Voltaire (F. M. A. de). Relation de la Maladie, de la Confes

tion, de la Mort et de l’Apparition du Jésuite Bertier, first ed., 30 pages, s.l.n.d., 8vo. (142), June 17, Sotheby

Hulme, £i is. Voltaire (F. M. A. de). Euvres, port, and plates by Martinet

after Gravelot, etc., 40 vol., contemp. cf., m.e. (Genève), 1775, 8vo. (27), July 28, Hodgson

Hill, £1 3s. [{I 48., French cf., Oct. 15, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 652.] Voltaire (F. M. A. de). Euvres complètes, avec des Remar

ques et des Notes Historiques, Scientifiques et Littéraires, port., 92 vol., cf., 1785-9, post 8vo. (1743), June 14, Knight

£1 5s. Voragine (J. de). Golden Legend, a genuine leaf of the first

ed. of Caxton's English translation of the Golden Legende, printed by him in 1483 (13ļin. by 9ļin.), Westminster, 1483, folio (186), Feb. 4, Hodgson

£3 ios. Voragine (J. de). [Legenda Aurea.] Lombardica Historia que

a plerisqz Aurea Legenda sanctorum appellatur, gothic letter, rubricated initials col. by hand, contemp. MS. notes, old oaken binding covered in leather, Strasburg, 1486, folio (1745), June 14, Knight

£4 145. 6d. Voragine (J. de). Sermones de Sanctis, gothic letter, 44 doublecolumn lines to a full page, initials, etc. by hand, cf. . [Absque ulla nota, but Johann Reinhard, of Gruningen, Strassburg, 1484), folio (491), Jan. 20, Puttick

Leighton, £1 IIS. [£2 58., cf. gt., April 6, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 532.] Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle. Part 3: Birds, by John Gould,

1838—Voyage of H.M.S. Sulphur: Birds, by the same, 1843, col. plates, together 2 vol., uniform hf. mor. ex., t.e.g. (see also Darwin (C.), 1838-43 (256), Aug. 6, Hodgson

Porter, £5 7s. 6d. Vuillier (G.) History of Dancing from the Earliest Times,

illustrations, orig. cl. gt., 1898, sm. folio (299), June 7, Hodgson

Rimell, £1 6s. Vyner (R. T.) Notitia Venatica, a Treatise on Fox Hunting,

8 col. illustrations, 2 vol., orig. red cl., 1892, roy. 8vo. (146), June 23, Puttick

Allan, 6s. (125., hf. mor. ex., July 28, 1915, Puttick, Lot 192.] Waagen (G. F.) Treasures of Art in Great Britain, with Sup

plement, 4 vol., orig. cl., uncut, 1854-57, 8vo. (97), Feb. 4, Hodgson

J. R. Jones, 165. [£i, orig. cl., Nov. II, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 777.] Waite (A. E.) Secret Tradition of Freemasonry, plates, 2 vol., orig. cl., t.e.g., 1911, imp. 8vo. (187), March 31, Hodgson

Joseph, 195. Walker (Commodore). Voyages and Cruises during the Spanish

and French Wars, 2 vol., old cf., 1760, 12mo. (2), April 5, Dowell

I2s. 6d. Walker (G.) Costume of Yorkshire in 1814, col. front. and 40

col. plates on Japan paper (limited to 100 copies), vell., 1885, 4to. (287), April 29, Hodgson

(18s., same state, June 3, 1915, Puttick, Lot 249.] Walker (G.) Costume of Yorkshire, 40 col. plates, proofs on

Japan paper, hf. mor., Leeus, 1885, folio (316). April 14,
Puttick

Atkinson, 8s. [£1 45., in the orig. 10 parts, March 19, 1914, Puttick,

Lot 302.] Walker (G.) True Account of the Siege of London-Derry,

mor. ex., gt. borders, g.e., with bookplate of the Earl of Roden, R. Clavel, 1689, sm. 4to. (204), March 25, Hodgson

Murrays, £2 5s. Wallace (A. R.) The Malay Archipelago, first ed., illustrations, 2 vol., orig. cl., 1869, 8vo. (424), March 10, Puttick

Salby, 145. Wallace (A. R.) Narrative of Travels on the Amazon and

Rio Negro, with Account of the Native Tribes, etc., first ed., map and illustrations, orig. cl., 1853, 8vo. (616), July I, Sotheby

Quaritch, £1 8s. Wallis (Capt.) Historical Account of the Colony of New South

Wales and its Dependent Settlements, 12 plates, including folding views of Sydney, The Cove, Hawkesbury, Newcastle, etc., with map of Port Macquaire, by Oxley (foxed), bds., 1821, folio (281), March 10, Hodgson Calvert, 44 155.

£1

Lee, 145.

Wallis (J.). Opera Mathematica, 2 ports. and diagrams, 3 vol., hf. vell., uncut, Oxoniæ, 1695, folio (284), July 14, Hodgson

Wesley, £2 5s. Wallon (H.) Jeanne d'Arc, illustrations, mor., g.e., 1876, 4to.

(579), April 14, Puttick Walpole (H.) Anecdotes of Painting in England, ed. by

Dallaway, ports., 5 vol., bds., Major, 1826-28, 8vo. (114),
Dec. 9, Puttick

Maggs, £3 3s. Walpole (H.) Anecdotes of Painting in England, ed. by J.

Dallaway, ports. and plates, 5 vol., mor. gt., g.e., fine copy,
J. Major, 1826-28, roy. 8vo. (178), July 1, Sotheby

Strickland, £3 3s. [6, cf. gt., Oct. 29, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 556; £2 16s.,

hf. mor., t.e.g., Nov. II, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 870.] [Walpole (H.)] Castle of Otranto, Jeffery's ed., 7 col. plates,

with gt. borders (wormed), cf., 1796, 8vo. (358), March 18, Hodgson

Maggs, 16s. [£1 28., hf. cf., May 7, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 252.] Walpole (H.) The Castle of Otranto, Jeffrey's ed., 7. col. plates, vell. gt., g.e., 1796, 8vo. (231), April 29, Hodgson

£1 5s. Walpole (H.) Catalogue of Royal and Noble Authors, en

larged by Thos. Park, ports. by Bocquet and others, 5 vol., russ. gt., 1806, 8vo. (116), Jan. 20, Puttick

Walford, £I 155. [£1, mor., g.e., Nov. II, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 449; £2 28., mor., g.e., Large Paper (4to.), March 16, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 550; £Is., russ. gt., ordinary paper, July 1, 1915,

Sotheby, Lot 177.] Walpole (H.) Catalogue of Royal and Noble Authors, enlarged

by T. Park, ports. by Bocquet, extra-illustrated by the insertion of numerous engraved and other ports. and views (loose), 5 vol., bds., uncut, 1806, 8vo. (542), July 1, Hodgson

Edwards, £1 198. Walpole (H.) Last Journals, ed. by A. Francis Steuart, orig.

cl., t.e.g., 1910, 2 vol., 8vo. (50), Feb. 1, Dowell Walpole (H) Letters, including Letters now first published

from the Original MSS., ports. (foxed), 6 vol., orig. cl., 1840, 8vo. (60), April 9, Hodgson

David, iis. Walpole (H.) Letters, 6 vol., 1840—Letters to Sir Horace

Mann, 4 vol., 1844, together 10 vol., ports., mor., g.e., 1840-44, 8vo. (149), April 14, Puttick

Times Book Club, £2 25. [£1 12s., cf. gt., Feb. 17, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 157.] Walpole (H.) Letters, 6 vol., orig. cl., 1840—Letters to the

Countess of Ossory, 2 vol., 1848, orig. cl., together 8 vol., 8vo. (117), June 3, Puttick

David, 12s. Walpole (H.) Letters, now first chronologically arranged, ed.

by Peter Cunningham, port. and plates, orig. issue, 9 vol., orig. cl., 1857-9 (50), June 7, Hodgson Edwards, £2 [£4 145. 6d., orig. ci., June 14, 1915, Knight, Lot 1126.)

48. 6d.

Walpole (H.) Letters, ed. by Peter Cunningham, port., 9 vol.,

old cf., Bohn, 1861-66, 8vo. (970), April 5, Dowell £3 Walpole (H.) Letters, ed. by Peter Cunningham, best Library

ed., ports., 9 vol., orig. cl. (soiled, but uncut), Bohn, 1861-66, 8vo. (562), July 1, Hodgson

Alison, 175. Walpole (H.) Letters, chronologically arranged, and ed. with

Notes and Indices by Mrs. Paget Toynbee, port. and facs., 16 vol., Oxford, 1903-5, 8vo. (76), March 25, Hodgson

Heffer, £2 IIs. £8, orig. cl., Large handmade Paper, Jan. 31, 1906,

Hodgson, Lot 270.)
Walpole (H.) Letters, ed. with Notes and Indices by Mrs.

Paget Toynbee, limited handmade paper ed., ports. and
facs., 16 vol., orig. cl., Oxford, 1903-5 (51), June 7, Hodgson

Hitchman, £2 nos. (44 45., orig. cl., June 14, 1915, Knight, Lot 1127.] Walpole (H) Letters, ed. by Cunningham, 9 vol., orig. cl.,

; Edinb., 1906, 8vo. (539), April 14, Puttick Neumaver, 12s. Walpole (H.) Letters, ed. by Cunningham, Library ed.,

ports., 9 vol., orig. cl., t.e.g., Edin., 1906, 8vo. (40), May 19, Hodgson

David, 16s. Walpole (H.) Letters to Sir Horace Mann, both series, ports., 7 vol., bds, and cl., 1833-44, 8vo. (144), June 3, Puttick

Atkinson, 5s. Walpole_(H.) Memoirs of the Reign of George III., ed. by

Sir D. Le Marchant, first ed., ports., 4 vol., orig. cl., 1845, 8vo. (316), June 3, Puttick

West, 19s. Walpole (H.) Miscellaneous Antiquities, or a Collection of

Curious Papers, either republished from scarce tracts or now first printed from original MS., Nos. 1 and 2 (all published), mor., gt. back, g.e., Strawberry Hill, 1772, sm. 4to. (1129), June 14, Knight

£i 15s. Walpole (H.) Works, ed. by R. Berry, orig. ed., numerous

ports. and engravings by Heath, etc., 5 vol., cf. gt., 1798, 4to. (1130), June 14, Knight

£1 5s. [ios., old mor., June 2, 1915, Sotheby, Lot 206; 165.,

russ., g.e., June 23, 1915, Puttick, Lot 226.] Walpole (H.) Works, comprising Letters, 10 vol., 1840-4

Letters to the Countess of Ossory, 2 vol., 1848—Correspondence with Mason, 2 vol., 1851–Memoirs of Walpole and his Contemporaries, 2 vol., 1851-Reign of George II., 3 vol., 1847–Reign of George III., 4 vol., 1845, plates, together 23 vol., orig. cl., 8vo. (80), March 10, Puttick

Allen, £3 Walpole (Sir R.) Plans, Elevations and Sections ; Chimney

pieces and Ceilings at Houghton Hall, Norfolk, the Seat of
Sir Robert Walpole, with 32 plates, cf., 1735, folio (1553),

June 14, Knight
Walpole (Sir R.) Plans for Chimney-Pieces and Ceilings of

Houghton Hall in Norfolk, by Ripley, Ware and Kent,
plates, uncut, 1760, imp. folio (659), July 1, Hodgson

Batsford, 16s.

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Walpole (Sir S.) History of England, first ed., 5 vol., hf.

mor., 1878-86, 8vo. (382), June 3, Puttick West, £1 ios. Walpole (Sir S.) History of England, first ed., 5 vol., hf. mor., 1878-86, 8vo. (50), June 23, Puttick

Ross, fi 4s. Walter (Jas.) Shakespeare's True Life, illustrations by Gerald E.

LARGE PAPER, buck am, For private circu on, 1890, folio (571), June 23, Puttick

Law, 145. [£2 158., same state, Dec. 18, 1905, Christie, Lot 383.] Walters (H. B.) History of Ancient Pottery, Greek, Etruscan

and Roman, 8 col. plates and 300 illustrations, 2 vol., orig. blue cl., uncut, t.e.g., 1905, 8vo. (190), July 27, Sotheby

Batsford, £i 14s. Walton (I.) Compleat Angler, 6 engravings on copper, in

addition to the title, supposed to be by Lombart, of the trout, pike, carp, tench, perch and barbel, and on pages 216 and 217 is the Angler's Song set to music by Mr. Henry Lawes, orig. sheep, old name and writing on title and old name in several other places, hole in one margin and on the last page (blank), several corners not straight, all of which are probably original defects in the paper, very small groove worked in the margins of the first 80 pages, undoubtedly by the thumb of an assiduous reader, and small portion of back missing, in case, London : Printed by T. Maxey for Rich. Marriot, in S. Dunstans Churchyard, Fleetstreet, 1653, cr. 8vo. (1065), April 6, American Art Association

G. D. Smith, $2,475 (First issue of the first ed., the last line but one of the poem by Dr. D(onne; reading, And if contention be a stranger, then," where “contention ” is a misprint for ' contentment.” With the exception of the very trifling defects above set forth, one of the finest copies known, measuring 5: by a little over 34 inches In addition to having the final blank, it has a fly-leaf before the title, a printed leaf in Latin and Greek. £560, contemp. mor.,

a few defects, 53! by 316, Dec. 10, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 175.) Walton (I.) [Compleat Angler.] The Universal Angler, made

so by Three Books of Fishing [the First Part by Walton, fifth ed., the Second by Cotton, first ed., and The Experienc'd Angler by Venables, fourth ed.], bound up with Hawkins's Lives of Walton and Cotton from the edition of 1760, etc. (the latter cut into and general title mounted), engravings, I vol., russ., R. Marriott, 1676, 12mo. (424), March 18, Hodgson

Edwards, £5 Walton (I.) Complete Angler, LARGEST PAPER, engravings by

Audinet after the designs of Wale, ports., etc., proof impressions, extra illustrated with a large number of rare ports. and views, including original col. ports., heavy oak bds., covered with russ., bevelled at the edge, with silken ties, silken ends and fly-leaves, tooled joints and margins, wholly uncut, by Thomas Gosden, in case, Bagster, 1808, 4to. (539), June 21, Christie

Stevens & Brown, £65 [This copy was evidently illustrated and bound by

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