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Wales, descriptions by Moule, plates, 3 vol., orig. cl., 1836-42, 4to. (358), June 3, Puttick

Cohen, 8s. [2 58., hf. mor., g.e., India proof plates, Feb. 17, 1914,

Sotheby, Lot 216.] Winkles (H. B. L.) Cathedral Churches of England and Wales,

Descriptions by Moule, plates, 3 vol., orig. cl., fine copy, 1838-42, 8vo. (40), March 10, Puttick Edwards, ios.

(£2 58., hf. mor., g.e., dated 1836-42, India proof plates,

Feb. 17, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 216.) (Winston (Jas.)] The Theatric Tourist, 21 col. views of provincial theatres, hf. bd., 1805, 4to. (283), May 6, Hodgson

G. H. Brown, £1 198. [Winston (Jas.)] The Theatric Tourist, 23 col. views of

provincial theatres, hf. roan, 1805, 4to. (585), June 24, Hodgson

Bailey, £i 4s. Winter (W.) Ada Rehan, a Study, ports., presentation copy

from Aug. Daly, Privately printed, New York, 1891– Farrar. Mary Anderson, with autograph letter from Mary Anderson inserted, 1884, together 2 vol., 4to. (179), Jan. 20, Puttick :

White, fi is. Wise (Thos.) Confutation of the Reason and Philosophy of

Atheism, being . . . an abridgment or an improvement of what Dr. Cudworth offer'd in his True Intellectual System of the Universe, 2 vol., cf., 1706, 4to. (514), Feb. 1, Dowell

£I 45. (A holograph letter to Lady Masham was written by the

author on the fly-leaf of the first volume.-ED.] Wise (T. J.) Bibliography of the Writings of George Henry

Borrow, facs. (100 copies printed for private circulation only), bds., 1914, 8vo. (64), May 6, Hodgson Bain, £1 6s.

I 58., same state, July 1, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 125.] Wise (T. J.) Bibliography of the Writings of S. T. Coleridge, orig. bds., uncut, 1913, 4to. (847), July 14, Sotheby

Pearson, iis. Wither (G.) Speculum Speculativum; or a Considering Glass,

being an Inspection into the present and late sad Condition of these Nations, first ed. (one leaf defective), mor., with centre ornaments on sides, g.e., 1660—Randolph (T.) Poems, with the Muses' Looking Glass and Amyntas, old cf. (rebacked), Oxford, 1668, together 2 vol., 12mo. (226), July 7, Sotheby

Tregaskis, £1 Wither (G.) View of the Marginal Notes of the Popish Testa

ment, trans. by the English fugitive Papists resiant (sic) at Rhemes, black letter, roman and italic, title within ornamental woodcut border, mor. ex., g.e. (some leaves torn and mended), E. Bollifant for T. Woodcocke, n.d. (preface dated 12 April, 1588), 4to. (848), July 14, Sotheby

Murray, £2 Wodroephe (J.) The Spared Houres of a Souldier in his

Travels, or The True Marrowe of the French Tongue, with Songs, Sonnetts, Proverbs, etc. (title repaired and portion (577)

19

XXIX.

Law, 9s.

75. 6d.

in fac.), cf., Imprime a Dort (1623), folio (95), April 9, Hodgson

Davis & Orioli, ki IIS. Wolf (Jos.) Life and Habits of Wild Animals, with descriptive

letterpress by D. G. Elliot, 20 plates, engraved by J. and E. Whymper, one of 25 LARGE PAPER copies, each plate signed by the engravers, bds., Macmillan, 1874, folio (238), Jan. 20, Puttick

Braun, 9s. [£4 5s., mor. ex., artist's proofs, signed in red, July 31,

1912, Lot 1051.] Wolfius (Joh.) Lectionum Memorabilium et Reconditarum

Centenarii XVI. (cum Indice), first ed., woodcuts, 3 vol. in 2, contemp. vell., Lavinge, 1600-8, folio (258), June 23, Puttick

[Resold for 5s., July 28, 1915, Puttick, Lot 254.] Wolfius (J. C.) Bibliotheca Hebræa, engraved title and

ports., 4 vol., vell., Hamburgi, 1715-33, 4to. (849), July 14, Sotheby

Baker, ros. Woman turned Bully (The), a Comedy, acted at the Duke's

Theatre, first ed., hf. mor., 1675, 4to. (178), June 17,
Sotheby

Meynell, 5s. Wonderful Magazine and Marvellous Chronicle, or New Weekly

Entertainer, copperplates, 5 vol., cf. ex., yellow edges

(1793), 8vo. (449), June 21, Christie Sawyer, £2 5s. Wood (Ant. a). Athenæ Oxonienses, first ed., 2 vol. in 1, hf.

cf., 1691-92, folio (563), Feb. 1, Dowell Wood (Ant. à). Athenæ Oxonienses, third ed., with additions

and continuation by P. Bliss, 4 vol., hf. cf., 1813-20, 4to. (160), June 7, Hodgson

Harding, £1 13s. [+2 os., cf. gt., Feb. 25, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 5128; £3

75. 6d., May 6, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 205.] Wood (J. G.) Illustrated Natural History, with new designs

by Wolf, Zwecker, Weir, and others, orig. cl., 3 vol., n.d. (1859-63), 8vo. (48), Feb. 1, Dowell

6s. Wood (L. J.) Six Coloured Litho-Views of Lincoln's Inn Hall

and Library, bds., J. Weale, n.d., oblong folio (275), Nov. 4, Hodgson

£2 5s. Wood (R.) Ruins of Balbec, otherwise Heliopolis, in Colosyria, plates, cf. gt., 1757, folio (927), July 14, Sotheby

Hartland, ios. [IIs., cf. gt., Nov. 18, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 773.) [Woodhead (Abraham)]? Causes of the Decay of Christian

Piety, contemp. mor., gold tooling, consisting of centrepiece within panel, a beautiful specimen of Mearne binding, with A. Trapnell's bookplate, R. Norton, 1694, 8vo. (214), July 1, Hodgson

Leighton, £7 158, [Woodhead (Abraham)] ? Ladies Calling, contemp. mor..

, delicately tooled, cottage pattern, stamps of tulips and roses, initials “M. L.” on both sides, g.e., by S. Mearne,

Oxford, 1673 (216), July 1, Hodgson Tregaskis, £4 [Woodhead (Abraham) ? Ladies Calling, contemp. mor., the sides completely covered with delicate gold tooling, g.e., by S. Mearne, a fine example, with W. H. Corfield's book

plate, Oxford, 1677 (213), July 1, Hodgson Leighton, £10 [Woodhead (Abraham)] ? Lively Oracles given to us, con

temp. mor., centre ornament within panel on both sides, the intervening spaces tooled with floral sprays, g.e., by

S. Mearne, Oxford, 1678, 8vo. (215), July 1, Hodgson £3 Woodward (G. M.) Eccentric Excursions, or Sketches of

Countenance, Character and Country, 100 col. plates by Isaac Cruikshank (slightly imperfect at end and one plate defective, not subject to return), hf. bd., 1796, 4to. (281), May 6, Hodgson

Halliday, £4 7s. 6d. Woodward (G. M.) Eccentric Excursions, or Sketches of

Countenance, Character and Country, 100 col. plates by I.
Cruikshank, contemp. mor., g.e., 1797, 4to. (118), Dec. 2,
Hodgson

Spencer, £6 Woodward (J.). Treatise on Heraldry, British and Foreign,

English and French Glossaries, plates in gold and colours, 2 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g., 1892, 8vo. (64), July 28, Hodgson

Thorp, {2 ios. [£3 155., uncut, t.e.g., May 6, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 123.) Woodward (J.) Treatise on Ecclesiastical Heraldry, col. cuts

of arms, hf. mor., cl. sides, t.e.g., 1894, 8vo. (182), March 18, Hodgson

Gurney, £i 5s. [1, uncut, March 9, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 613.) Woodward (J.). Treatise on Heraldry, British and Foreign,

English and French Glossaries, emblazoned plates in gold, silver and colours, 2 vol., orig. green cl., uncut, 1896, 8vo. (611), July 1, Sotheby

Bain, £3 Ios. Wordsworth (W) Ecclesiastical Sketches, first ed., orig.

bds., entirely uncut, Mark Rutherford's (William Hale White, the author) copy, with his bookplate, 1822, 8vo. (147), June 17, Sotheby

Meynell, 12s. Wordsworth (W.) Lyrical Ballads, 2 vol., Vol. i. second ed., Vol. ii

. first ed., cf., presented by Mr. E. Robertson, 1800, 8vo. (1771), April 26, Christie, Red Cross Sale 13s. Wordsworth (W.) Peter Bell, first ed., front., hf. cf. (split), 1819, 8vo. (127), March 10, Puttick

Spencer, 7s. 3 3s., vell., t.e.g., Jan. 14, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 90.] Wordsworth (W.) Poems, first collected ed., 2 vol., cf., t.e.g., uncut, 1807, 8vo. (395), Oct. 28, Puttick

Dobell, £4 45. Wordsworth (W.) Poems, first ed., 2 vol. in 1, hf. cf., pre

sented by Mr. E. Robertson, 1807, 8vo. (1772), April 26, Christie, Red Cross Sale

[£6 58., orig. bds., no hf.-title to Vol. i., July 15, 1914,

Sotheby, Lot 753.] Wordsworth (W.) Poems, including Lyrical Ballads, 2 vol.,

hf. cf., 1815—Prose Works, ed. by the Rev. A. B. Grosart, 3 vol., hf. cf., 1876, presented by Mr. E. Robertson, 8vo. (1769), April 26, Christie, “ Red Cross Sale

13s. Wordsworth (W.) Poems, chiefly of Early and Late Years, including The Borderers, a Tragedy, first ed., orig. cl.,

£1 uncut, Mark Rutherford's copy, with his bookplate, 1842 (148), June 17, Sotheby

Shepherd, 5s. Wordsworth (w.) Poems, woodcuts by T. S. Moore, buckram,

uncut, Vale Press, n.d., 8vo. (113), May 6, Hodgson 198. Wordsworth (W.) Poetical Works, port., 6 vol., orig. cl., 1836-7, 8vo. (349), March 10, Puttick

Allison, 75. Wordsworth (W.) Poetical Works, port., 6 vol., cf., m.e.,

Moxon, 1857, 8vo. (341), March 10, Puttick Walford, 155.

(18s., hf. roan, uncut, t.e.g., March 16, 1914, Sotheby,

Lot 577.] Wordsworth (W.) The White Doe of Rylstone, front., bds.,

1815—The Excursion, hf. cf., 1814-Memorials of a Tour on the Continent, bds., 1822—The Prelude, cl., 1850– Ecclesiastical Sketches, hf. cf., 1822, first eds., and 4 others, together 9 vol., presented by Mr. E. Robertson,

8vo. (1773), April 26, Christie, Red Cross Sale” ti 158. (Wordsworth (W.) and Coleridge (S. T.)] Lyrical Ballads, first ed., with leaf of errata, cf.

, presented by Mr. E. Robertson, J. & A. Arch, 1798, 8vo. (1770), April 26, Christie, Red Cross Sale

£3 12s. 6d. [£5 58., orig. cf., Dec. 16, 1913, Hodgson, Lot 379; £6

Ios., cf., Jan. 14, Sotheby, Lot 89.] [Wordsworth (W.) and Coleridge (S. T.)] Lyrical Ballads,

with a few other Poems, first ed. [the contributions by Coleridge being signed S. T. C.], hf. cf., J. & A. Arch, 1798, 1 2mo. (117), May 19, Hodgson

Maggs, £2 ios. Wordsworth Society. Transactions of the Wordsworth

Society, Vol. i. and ii., orig. cl., 1880-6, 8vo. (658), Feb. 1,

Dowell World's History, The, a Survey of Man's Record, ed. by Dr.

H. F. Helmolt, ports., plates and maps, orig. cl., 8 vol., 1908, imp. 8vo. (110), June 3, Puttick

West, 15s. [£i 25., hf. mor., g.e., June 10, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 536;

135., orig. cl., June 23, 1915, Puttick, Lot 74.) W[orlidge] (Jno.). Systema Agriculturæ, the Mystery of

Husbandry Discovered, plates, orig. cf., 1681, folio (288),
Jan. 20, Puttick

Davis, 6s. Worlidge (T.) Drawings from Curious Antique Gems, etched

after the manner of Rembrandt, port. and 180 plates, with description, mor. ex., g.e., 1768, 4to. (1761), June 14, Knight

£1 ios. [8s., hf. cf., Jan. 14, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 619.] Worlidge (T.) Drawings from Curious Antique Gems, etched

port. and 182 plates, mor. ex., 1768, 4to. (155), June 24, Hodgson

Igs. Worrall (John). Bibliotheca Topographica Anglicana, or a

new and compleat Catalogue of all the books extant relating to the Antiquity, Description and Natural History of England, the Counties thereof, etc., first ed., some contemp. MS. notes, old cf., 1736, 8vo. (104), June 2, Sotheby

D. Reeves, 6s.

IIS.

Wraxall (Sir N. W.) Historical and Posthumous Memoirs, ed.

by H. B. Wheatley, ports., 5 vol., orig. cl., 1884, 8vo. (117), Feb. 4, Hodgson

18s. £1 28., orig. cl., Jan. 27, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 103.] Wraxall (Sir N. W.) Historical and Posthumous Memoirs,

ed. by H. B. Wheatley, Library ed., ports., 5 vol., orig.

cl., 1884, 8vo. (254), March 25, Hodgson Bickers, £i 6s. Wren (Chr.) Life and Works of Sir Christopher Wren, wood

cuts, one of 250 copies, orig. cl., 1903, folio (264), July 28, Puttick

Sutton, 178. Wren (Chr.) Parentalia, or Memoirs of the Family of the

Wrens, woodcuts of Wren's churches by EH. New (250 copies printed), orig. cl., uncut, 1903 (reprint of the ed.

of 1750), sm. folio (116), May 6, Hodgson Beaumont, 13s. Wright (A.) Five Sermons, old mor., sides stamped in gold

with Robert Harley's name and arms, his name in gold letters on reverse of general title and bookplate (Bramton Castle) on reverse of title to first sermon, 1656, 8vo. (449), June 23, Puttick

Tregaskis, ios. Wright (E.) Certain Errors in Navigation, 2 maps (including

a large folding map of the world), plates and cuts, old cf., J. Moxon, 1657, sm. 4to. (200), July 1, Hodgson

Stevens, £10 55. Wright (Jas.) History and Antiquities of Rutland, map and

engravings in the text, old cf. (rebacked), 1684, folio (267), June 23, Puttick

Halliday, 9s. [£2 158., cf., Feb. 17, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 243.] Wright (Jos.) English Dialect Dictionary, being the complete

Vocabulary of all Dialect Words, ed. by Joseph Wright, with Bibliography and Grammar, 6 vol., hf. mor., cl. sides, 1898-1905, 4to. (136), April 9, Hodgson

Edwards, £475. 6d. [42 18s., orig. cl., June 24, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 271.] Wright (Lewis). Illustrated Book of Poultry, col. plates, gt.

(pub. at 215.), n.d., demy 4to. (100), March 1, Dowell 5s. Wright (T.) History of Essex, plates by W. Bartlett, 2 vol.

(Vol. i. stained and some plates foxed), 1831-35, 4to. (286), June 24, Hodgson

gs. (16s., hf. cf., Oct. 15, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 762.] Wright (W.) and Cook (S. A.) Syriac MSS. in the University

Library, Cambridge, 2 vol., orig. cl., 1901, 8vo. (229),
April 9, Hodgson

David, £1 8s. Wright (W. Aldis). Femina, now first printed from a unique

MS. in Trinity College Library, Cambridge, Roxburghe
Club, Cambridge, 1909, 4to. (569), June 7, Hodgson

Quaritch, £2 175. 6d. Wright (W. Aldis). Femina, now first ed. by W. Aldis Wright, Roxburghe Club, 1909, 4to. (30), April 9, Hodgson

Quaritch, £3 ios. Wyatt (M. D.) Industrial Arts of the Nineteenth Century, 158 col. plates of the specimens in the Great Exhibition of 1851,

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