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shank, “Phiz," Sir J. Gilbert, and others, 16 vol., hf. cf. gt., t.e.g., Routledge, 8vo. (472), Oct. 21, Hodgson

Joseph, £2 8s. Ainsworth (W. H.) Novels, Library ed., illustrations by G.

Cruikshank, “ Phiz,” Sir J. Gilbert and others, 16 vol., hf. roan, t.e.g., Routledge, n.d., 8vo. (347), March 4, Hodgson

Joseph, £16s. [£4 2s. 6d., three-quarter cf., t.e.g., otherwise uncut,

Dec. 10, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 2.] Ainsworth (W. H.) Novels, author's copyright ed., plates by

Cruikshank, Phiz," and others, 16 vol., hf. mor., cl. sides, t.e.g., G. Routledge, n.d., 8vo. (186), May 28, Hodgson

£4 175. 60. Ainsworth (W. H.) Novels, original illustrated ed., plates by

Cruikshank, Phiz,” and others, 16 vol., orig. cl., Routledge, n.d. (1897), 8vo. (42), July 9, Hodgson

Wooland, £i 4s. £3, orig. cl., July 1, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 618; £3 Ios., mor. gt., t.e.g., June 24, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 223; +3 7s.

6d., hf. cf. gt., t.e.g., July 28, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 129.] Airy (O.) Charles II., col. front. and many photogravure

plates and vignettes, sewn, presented by Mr. F. H. Harman Oates, Goupil, 1901, 4to. (1781), April 26, Christie, Red Cross Sale

£i 25. (128., similar condition, Dec. 2, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 73.) Airy (O.) Charles II., front. in col., ports. and plates, Goupil,

1901, 4to. (222), July 28, Puttick Forrester, £i 175. 6d. Airy Nothings. See Egerton (M.) A’Kempis (Thos.) L'Imitation de Jésus-Christ, traduction du

R. P. de Gonnelieu, with the 5 plates in two states and also the orig. drawings for the same, by Horace Vernet, mor.

ex., Paris, 1818, 4to. (201), June 8, Christie Parsons, £5 A[kerman! (J. Y.) Tales of Other Days, illustrations by G.

Cruikshank, orig. hf. binding (loose), uncut, with autograph of Watts Phillips, 1830, 8vo. (174), June 3, Puttick

Wynne, 5s. Alaeddin and the Enchanted Lamp-Zein ul Assam and the

King of Jinn, two Stories done into English from the recently discovered Arabic text by John Payne, orig. vell., entirley uncut, Printed for the Villon Society, 1889, 8vo. (2), June 17, Sotheby

Shepherd, 5s. [£1, same state, June 10, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 32.] Albert (Prince). The Principal Speeches and Addresses of

His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, with autograph inscription : "To Viscount Sydney, in recollection of the greatest, best and most beloved of Princes, from his brokenhearted widow, Victoria R., Windsor Castle, Dec. 18, 1862. The day we knelt by his Tomb," cl., 1862, Svo. (1024), June 14, Knight

£2 12s. 6d. Albert (Prince). The Early Years of His Royal Highness the

Prince Consort, with autograph inscription : “ To Viscount
Sydney, in recollection of former happy days, from Vic-

toria R., Sep. 1867,” mor., g.e., Und., 8vo. (1025), June 14, Knight

£2 Album de la Lune et de l'Eclipse, 100 col. caricatures by Gisl, hf. mor. gt., 1867-70, 4to. (431), Jan. 20, Puttick

Gregory, ios. Album de la Maison d’Este pour l'Illustration de l'Histoire de

Ferrare, d'A. Frizzi, 2 col. ports. and other illustrations, text in French and Italian, hf. mor., t.e.g., 1850, folio (286), June 7, Hodgson

London Library, £i is. Album Pittoresque : L'Amérique, Vues, Monuments, Types,

containing 42 plates after Janet, Lebreton, Noel, Fichot Saintin, Therond, Willman, etc., by Outhwaite, Dellannoy, Nargeot, Aubert, etc., many in colours and all openletter proof views of New York, Philadelphia, Havana, Buenos Ayres, etc., orig. cl., Paris (1865), folio (179), June 17, Sotheby

Spencer, £i ros. Alexander (W.) Johnny Gibb of Gushetneuk, éd. de luxe,

port. and illus. by Sir George Reid, buckram, gt. top, uncut, Edinb., 1880, roy. 8vo. (528), March 1, Dowell £i 12s.

[£1 98., same state, May 27, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 11.) Alexandre (A.) Jean Carries, Imagier et Potier, illustrations, hf. mor., t.e.g., Paris, 1895, 4to. (215), June 7, Hodgson

Scheltema & Holkema, 16s. Ali Pacha. Historical Portraiture of Leading Events in the

Life of Ali Pacha, Vizier of Epirus, surnamed the Lion, in a series of designs drawn by W. Davenport, engraved by G. Hunt, with a Biographical Sketch, 6 col. plates of military scenes, orig. bds., London, McLean, 1823, 4to. (159), June 17, Sotheby

Warren, 158. Alison (Sir A.) History of Europe from the commencement

of the French Revolution to the Restoration of the Bourbons in 1815, 14 vol., and atlas in oblong 4to., ports., cf.

gt., 1849-50, 8vo. (3), July 1, Sotheby Walford, AI Alison (Sir A.) History of Europe from 1789 to 1852, Library

ed., with Index, ports., 23 vol., cf. ex., 1849-59, 8vo. (624), July 1, Hodgson

Edwards, £1 199. Alison (Sir A.) History of Europe, 1789-1815, Cabinet ed.,

front., 20 vol., hf. cf. gt., 1853-5, 8vo. (137), May 28, Hodgson

Times Book Club, 19s. Alken (H.) Beauties and Defects in the Figure of the Horse,

orig. ed., col. plates, S. and J. Fuller, n.d.-The same, reprint, 1881--Forest Ramble, with Description of a Royal Stag Hunt (in Verse], by a Forester, hf. mor., 1818 -Somervile (W.) Field Sports, a Poem, first ed., hf. cf., 1742, together 4 vol., 4to. (168), June 21, Christie

Quaritch, £5 ios. Alken (H.) Cockney's Shooting Season in Suffolk, 6 col.

plates, hf. cf. (orig. wrappers preserved), McLean, 1822, folio (244), June 21, Christie

Schwartz, £10 Ios. Alken (H.) Collection of about 80 Engravings by Alken and

others, some col., in 2 albums, presented by Mrs. Coppinger, folio (1827), April 26, Christie, Red Cross Sale £3 Alken (H.) Collection of Seventy-five Original Pencilled

Drawings of Sporting Subjects, in sunk mounts, hf. mor., folio (242), June 21, Christie

Parsons, £IIS. Alken (H.) A Collection of Six Pencil Drawings of Hunting Scenes, in sunk mounts, mor., 4to. (166), June 21, Christie

Sabin, £12 ios. Alken (H.) Collection of Sporting and Humourous Designs,

comprising a variety of subjects, illustrating the Manners, Customs, Sports and Pastimes of England, with over 300 col. plates by Alken, 3 vol., contemp. mor., ge., an unusually fine collection, McLean, 1824, folio (241), June 21, Christie

Parsons, £105 Alken (H.) Flowers from Nature, 6 col. plates, mor. ex., 1824

- Fore's Steeple Chase Scenes, a series of 6 col. aquatints, cl., Fores, 1848, together 2 vol., folio (245), June 21, Christie

Bumpus, £3 Alken (H.) Grand Leicestershire Steeple Chase, 1829, a series

of 8 col. aquatints, engraved by Bentley, with description of the race, orig. cl., Ackermann, 1830, folio (247), June 21, Christie

Pawsey & Payne, £63 Alken (H.) How to qualify for a Meltonian, addressed to all

would-be Meltonians, a series of 6 large col. plates, mor. ex., front wrapper preserved, S. and J. Fuller, 1819, folio (248), June 21, Christie

Quaritch, £36 155. Alken (H.). Hunting Sketches, a series of 6 col. aquatints, orig. cl., Fores, 1859, folio (246), June 21, Christie

F. Partridge, £8 155. Alken (H.) Illustrations to Popular Songs, 42 col. plates,

including title, hf. bd., presented by Mrs. Coppinger, 1822, folio (1826), April 26, Christie, “ Red Cross Sale

£2 5s. [£3 5s., mor., title and plate mended, Feb. 17, 1914,

Sotheby, Lot 135.) Alken (H.) Illustrations to Popular Songs, 43 col. plates, hf.

mor., M'Lean, 1823—Moments of Fancy, 13 col. plates, mor. ex., g.e., ib., :1822, together 2 vol., folio (249), June 21, Christie

Rimell, £4 45. Alken (H.) National Sports of Great Britain, with descrip

tions in English and French, 50 col. plates, hf. mor., 1821,

folio (250), June 21, Christie F. Partridge, £58 16s. Alken (H.) National Sports of Great Britain, LARGE PAPER,

50 plates (uncoloured), hf. cf., McLean, 1825, folio (251), June 21, Christie

Partridge, £7 175. 6d. [£10, the plates col., hf. mor., same sale, Lot 3. This is an entirely different work from that published in 1821,

with the same title and the same number of plates.) Alken (H.) National Sports of Great Britain, 50 col. plates, hf. mor., reprint, 1904, folio (274), July 28, Puttick

Allison, £1 5s. Alken (H.) Scraps from the Sketch Book of Henry Alken, 42 col.

orig. hf. mor., M'Lean, 1822, folio (252), June 21, Christie

Brall, £5 5s.

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Alken (H.) Shooting, or One Day's Sport, 6 col. plates, orig.

bds., M'Lean, 1823—Hunting, or Six Hours' Sport, 6 col. plates (wanting plate 4), orig. bds., ib., 1823, together 2

vol., 1823, folio (253), June 21, Christie Spencer, £10 Ios. Alken (H.). (Sketch Book.] Original. Drawings for his Work,

entitled The Sketch Book," the drawings on sunk mounts, cf., g.e., folio (243), June 21, Christie

F. Partridge, £28 Alken (H.) Specimens of Riding near London, 6 col. plates,

orig. wrapper, in case, M'Lean, 1821-Shakespeare's Seven Ages of Man, 7 col. plates, orig. bds., ib., 1824, together 2 vol., 1821-24, folio (254), June 21, Christie

Brall, £4 4s. Alken (H.) Sporting Etchings, 68 etchings on 17 plates, mor.

ex., 1826-Frankland] (R.) Indispensable Accomplishments, 6 etchings, hf. mor., 1811, together 2 vol., 1826-II, folio (255), June 21, Christie

Brall, £4 Alken (H.) Sporting Repository: Horse Racing, Hunting,

: Coursing, Shooting, Pugilism, etc., 19 col. plates by Alken, hf. mor., McLean, 1822, 8vo. (5), June 21, Christie

Spencer, 131 Alken (H.) Sporting Satirist, title (mounted) and 12 col. plates, cf. ex., H. Dawe, 1834, 4to. (167), June 21, Christie

Quaritch, £33 Alken (H.) Sporting Scrap-Book, 50 col. plates designed and

engraved by the author, cf. ex., g.e., by Rivière, orig. wrapper mounted at end, McLean, n.d., 8vo. (4), June 21, Christie

Raphael, £13 [£6 6s., hf. mor., McLean, dated 1824, same sale, Lot

256.] Alken (H.) Symptoms of Being Amused, with 40 col. plates

and page of Preface, hf. bd., presented by Mrs. Coppinger, hf. bd., 1822, folio (1825), April 26, Christie, “Red Cross Sale"

£3 [£3 ios., mor., Feb. 17, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 136.] Alken (H.) Symptoms of being Amused, 42 col. plates, hf.

mor., McLean, 1822-Sporting Sketches, 48 plates (uncoloured), hf. mor., S. and J. Fuller, 1817, together 2 vol., 1822-17, 4to. (257), June 21, Christie

Pawsey & Payne, £5 155. 6d. Alken (H.) Symptoms of being Amused, title and 41 col. plates, hf. roan, T. McLean, 1822, oblong 4to. (418), July

, , 28, Hodgson

N. Massey, £2 25. Alken (H.) Tutor's Assistant, 6 plates—Comparative Knights,

2 plates-Military Subjects, 2 plates, together 10 col. plates, mor. ex., 1823-4, folio (258), June 21, Christie

Davis, £3 ios. Alken (S.) Stag-Hunting, Hare-Hunting, Fox-Hunting, and Coursing, orig. cl., Laird, 1841, folio (260), June 21, Christie

Hine, £i is. [These appear to have been modern reproductions.] Allen (Thos.) New and Complete History of the County of

York, plates on India paper, numerous extra plates inserted, 3 vol., hf. cf., 1828-31, 4to. (1120), June 2, Sotheby

Scarsdale, 75. Allibone (S. A.) Critical Dictionary of English Literature and

British and American Authors, 5 vol., orig. cl., Philadelphia, 1859-91, 4to. (269), April 14, Puttick Barnard, £1 5s.

(6s., orig. cl., 3 vol., 1859-88, same sale, Lot 591 : £1 135., orig. cl., with the Supplement, 5 vol., 1872-91, March 18,

1915, Hodgson, Lot 185.) Allibone (S. A.) Critical Dictionary of English Literature and

British and American Authors, 3 vol., hf. mor., 1885– Supplement, 2 vol., orig. cl., 1891, 1885-91, 8vo. (56), June 3, Puttick

Thorpe, £i 4s. Allibone (S. A.) Critical Dictionary of English Literature and

British and American Authors, with the Supplement, 5 vol., orig. cl., Philadelphia, 1877-91, 8vo. (535), June 7, Hodgson

Shepherd, £i 2s. Allingham (H.) and Huish (M. B.) Happy England-Wim

bush's Channel Islands, col. plates, together 2 vol., hf. mor. gt., inlaid backs, t.e.g., Black, 1903-4, 8vo. (230), June 24, Hodgson

Jones & Evans, 16s. Allingham (H.) and Huish (M. B). Happy England, ed. de

luxe, col. plates, cl., t.e.g., 1903, 4to. (601), Jan. 27, Hodgson

A. Birtwistle, 155. Almanach (Petit) des Dames, fleuron on title and 6 plates after

Le Guide, Carrache, Jules Romain, Angelica Kauffman and Mme. Chaudet, by Delignon and Dupréel, old mor.,

Paris, 1811, 8vo. (3), June 17, Sotheby Shepherd, 6s. Almanack. See English Bijou Almanac [? Almon (John).] Compleat History of the Late War, plates, cf., Dublin, 1763, 8vo. (343), Jan. 20, Puttick

H. Stevens, £3 35. [? Almon (John).) Complete History of the Late War, plates,

cf., J. T. Campbell bookplate, Dublin, 1774, 8vo. (356), Jan. 20, Puttick

H. Stevens, £3 25. 6d. Alpine Journal (The), maps and plates, the first 4 vol., orig. cl., 1864-70, 8vo. (72), May 28, Hodgson

£3 7s. Alpine Journal (The), plates, Vol. i., iii., v., vi., ix, and xi., to

gether 6 vol., orig. cl. (re-cased), 1864-84, 8vo. (6), May 6, Hodgson

Barnard, £4 45. Alpine Journal .(The), plates, Vol. iii. only, orig. cl., 1867, 8vo.

(146), Feb. 4, Hodgson Alphonsus de Spina. Fortalitium fidei contra fidei Chris

tianæ hostes, lit. goth., editio princeps, printed in double columns, 49 lines to a page, 256 leaves, consisting of 8 leaves of rubrics at beginning, 240 leaves text and 8 leaves tabula at end, large ornamental initials, painted and illuminated, with marginal scroll decoration in gold and colours, smaller initials painted, printed capitals in the text, marked through in red, chapter headings written in red, original Strassburg wooden bds., covered with side panels stamped in compartments, within frame

£i 5s.

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