July 14-15. Hodgson. The second (Classical) portion of the Library

of the late Mr. Ingram Bywater, of Onslow

Square, S.W. Amount realised, £764 6s. 6d.
July 14-16. Sotheby. The Library of the late Dr. C. D. Ginsburg.

Amount realised, £1,035 55. od.
July 22-23. Hodgson. Miscellaneous. Amount realised, about £600.
July 27-29. Sotheby. Miscellaneous. Amount realised, £836 35. od.
July 28-29. Hodgson. Miscellaneous. Amount realised, about £805.
July 28-29. Puttick. The Library of the late Sir Charles Hartley, and

other properties. Amount realised, £453 25. 6d.
Aug. 6.

Hodgson. Miscellaneous. Amount realised, about £390.
Aug. 12-13. Hodgson. Miscellaneous. Amount realised, about £500.
Aug. 19. Hodgson. Miscellaneous. Amount realised, about £200.


The contractions used are few in number, and, generally speaking,
familiar, though the following may be incidentally mentioned :-

bds. Boards.

Marbled edges.
n.p. or d. No place or date of publication,

Red edges.
t.e.g. Top edges gilt.

Various years.
w.a.f. With all faults.


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Abarbanel (R. I.) Commentary on Joshua, Judges, Samuel

and Kings, first page within ornamental border (begins A. b.), (5253 =) 1493, folio (383), July 14, Sotheby

Lubrano, £2 25. Abbott (H.) Antiquities of Rome, 24 col. aquatints, wrappers, Baldwin, 1820, folio (297), Dec. 2, Hodgson

Davis & Orioli, 14s. A. B. C. for Laymen, otherwise called the Lay-man's Letters,

first ed., black letter (some marginal notes shaved), cf., R. Waldegrave, 1585, 8vo. (402), July 27, Sotheby

Halliday, ios. A'Becket (St. Thomas). Vita et Processus S. Thome Can

tuariensis Martyris super Libertate Ecclesiastica, black letter, hf. vell., Paris., Joh. Philip Alemanus, 1495, roy.

8vo. (1691), June 14, Knight A'Beckett (G. A.) Comic Blackstone, first ed., illustrations

by G. Cruikshank, orig. cl., 1846, 8vo. (398), June 3, Puttick

Stevens, 18s. A'Beckett (G. A.) Comic History of England, Parts i. to xi.

inclusive, comprising Vol. i., with title and 11 coloured plates, and numerous illustrations by John Leech, with all the front and back wrappers intact, 1847, 8vo (1), June 2, Sotheby

Hector, £2 6s. [£10, the 20 parts in 19, with all the wrappers, 1846-48,

June 25, 1914, Puttick, Lot 100.]
A'Beckett (G. A.) Comic History of England, first ed., col.

plates and woodcuts by Leech, 2 vol. (title of Vol. i. dis-
figured), hf. cf., 1847-8, 8vo. (188), June 24, Hodgson

Spencer, £1 6s. [EI 125., hf. cf., July 1, 1915, Sotheby, Lot 1; £i 148.,

hf. cf., July 22, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 218.] A'Beckett (G. A.) Comic History of England, first ed., 20 col.

plates and cuts by Leech, 2 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g., Punch Office, 1847-8, 8vo. (205), March 31, Hodgson

Dobell, £2 25. A'Beckett (G. A.) Comic History of England, first ed., 2 vol.,

hf. bd. (soiled copy), 1847-8—Comic History of Rome, cl., n.d., col. plates by Leech, together 3 vol., 8vo. (60), April 29, Hodgson

£I IIS. A'Beckett (G. A.)' Comic History of Rome, first ed., 10 col.

plates and 140 woodcuts by Leech, hf. cf. (1851), 8vo. (44), Dec. 10, Hodgson

Maggs, £i gs. (1)

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Abela (G. F.) Malta Illustrata, plates, 2 vol., old vell. (few

leaves wormed), the Lee copy, Malta, 1772-80, folio (286), June 23, Puttick

Davis, 6s. Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes, herausgegeben

von der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, 5 vol., hf. cf., Leipzig, 1859-76, 8vo. (1), July 14, Sotheby

Quaritch, 18s. Account of Jamaica and its Inhabitants by a Gentleman long

resident in the West Indies, hf. mor., g.e., Wm. Beckford's copy, with his MS. notes on fly-leaf, 1808, 8vo. (939), June 2, Sotheby

Booth, £i 5s. Account of the Rise, Progress and Present State of the Mag

dalen Charity, col. front., mor. super ex., g.e., 1763, 8vo. (442), March 10, Puttick

Leighton, iis. Ackermann (R.) Histories of the Colleges, viz., The Charter

House, Merchant Taylor's School, St. Paul's, Christ's Hospital, Westminster and Harrow, 23 col. views and plates of costume after Pugin and Mackenzie (a few pages of text foxed), in 1 vol., hf. mor., g.e., 1816, 4to. (631), July 1, Hodgson

Rimell, £8 Ackermann (R.) Histories of the Colleges of Winchester,

Eton, Westminster, Charter-House, etc., col. aquatints, hf. russ., uncut, Ackermann, 1816, 4to. (43), June 8, Christie

Fagg. 422 Ackermann (R.) History of Eton College, with 10 col. illus

trations, hf. mor., 1816—Wood (W. W.) Sketches of Eton, etchings and vignettes, proofs, cl., 1874, together 2 vol., 4to. (1259), June 14, Knight

13 Ackermann (R.) History of the Abbey Church of St. Peter's,

Westminster (by W. Combe), port. and col. aquatints by
Pugin and others, 2 vol., old russ. gt., 1812, 4to. (246),
June 2, Sotheby

Laird, £2 II 155., mor., g.e., Dec. 2, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 1; 72 145., hf. mor., May 19, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 283; £i 45.,

hf. bd., May 28, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 301.] Ackermann (R.) History of the University of Cambridge, col.

plates, with the portraits of the founders and the plates of academical costume, 2 vol., hf. russ., m.e. (clean copy, but the binding worn), 1815, 4to. (282), May 28, Hodgson

Maggs, £15 ros. Ackermann (R.) History of the University of Oxford, col.

plates, with the series of ports. of the Founders (wanted the hf.-titles and the plate of University College Hall), 2 vol., orig. mor. gt., g.e. (rubbed), the plates in fine condition throughout, 1814, 4to. (303), Dec. 10, Hodgson

Edwards, £13 5S. Ackermann (R.) History of the University of Oxford: its

Colleges, Halls and Public Buildings, col. plates, with the portraits of the founders and the academical robes, 2 vol., cf., g.e. (binding worn, otherwise a clean copy), 1814, 4to. (249), June 7, Hodgson

£12 Ackermann (R.) Microcosm of London, col. aquatints by


Rowlandson and Pugin, 3 vol., hf. mor.. Ackermann,

1808-10, 4to. (164), June 21, Christie Sotheran, £15 Ios. Ackermann (R.) Microcosm of London, col. plates after Rowlandson, 3 vol., bds., 1904, sm. 4to. (190), June 10, Hodgson

H. J. Woodland, £1 Is. Ackermann (R.) New Drawing Book, title and 24 col. plates,

comprising groups of figures, cattle, etc. by Manskirch, 1808, oblong folio (283), Jan. 13, Hodgson

[£i, wrappers, Dec. II, 1913, Hodgson, Lot 299.] Ackermann (R.) Repository of Arts, from the commencement

in Jan., 1809 to 1827, First Series, 14 vol.; New Series, 14 vol.; and Third Series, 10 vol., col. plates, together 38 vol., cf., 1809-27, 8vo. (110), April 5, Dowell

£32 [£28, hf. cf. gt., 40 vol. in 26, some plates missing, Oct. 22, 1913, Hodgson, Lot 198. On April 15th, 1915, Vol. v. to viii., xi. and xii., together 6 vol., belonging to the second series, 1818-21, realised £2 is., hf. bd., Hodgson, Lot 554; also, Vol. i. to x., hf. bd., third series, 1823-27,

£7, same sale, Lot 504.] Ackermann (R.) Repository of Arts. Collection of 65 of the

Col. Costume Plates from Ackermann's Repository, bds., uncut, 1822-6, 8vo. (1707), April 26, Christie, “ Red Cross Sale

Maggs, £5 Acosta (Jos.) Naturall and Moral Historie of the East and

West Indies, trans. by E. Grimestone (title defective, otherwise a sound copy), cf., 1604, sm. 4to. (196), July 1, Hodgson

Stevens, Son & Stiles, £i Ios. Acta Scitu dignissima docteque concinnata Constantiensis

concillii celebratissin title within an ornamental woodcut border, full-page woodcut on verso thereof and repeated on last leaf, with the first page of text within woodcut border, Mediolani, per Gotardum Ponticum, 1511-Decreta et Acta concilii Basiliensis nuper impressa, with 2 ornamental woodcut borders and a full-page woodcut, repeated, had small portion of top corner missing on this repetition, Mediolani, per Gotardum Ponticum, 1511Promotiones & progressus sacrosancti pisani concilii moderni [Mediolani, Gotardus de Ponte, 1512)—Apologia Sacri Pisani Concilii Modernii, woodcut on title [Mediolani, Gotardus de Ponte, 1512), contemp. cf. decorated with fillets and scrolls, interlaced, with fleurons and arabesques, the title of the work stamped in gilt capital letters on upper portion of back, gt. edges, in mor. case, 1511-12, sm. folio (420), April 26, American Art Association

W.T. Wallace, $850 [Fine specimen of binding executed for Grolier, with ' Io. Grolierii et Amicorum in the lower part of front cover, and his motto, “ Portio Mea Domine Sit in Terra Viventivm” in the centre of back cover. The Léon Techener-Benedetto Maglione-Robert Hoe copy, with bookplate of the last-named. On the title-page is the autograph of " Stephanus Balutius."-Catalogue.]

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