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Inscription, signed T. Gosden, on fly-leaf.] Walton (I.) Complete Angler, first issue of Major's ed., LARGE

PAPER, engravings after Wale on India paper, mor., t.e.g., by Rivière, John Major, 1823, 8vo. (163), May 28, Hodgson

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Puttick, Lot 192.] Walton (I.) Complete Angler, Major's first ed.--Walton's

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Maggs, £7 Ios. Walton (I.) The Complete Angler, with Memoirs and Notes

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Maggs, 145. Walton (I.) Complete Angler, ed. with Notes by J. E. Harting,

one of 350 copies, ports. and plates on Japanese vell. paper, 2 vol., hf. vell., uncut, t.e.g., with extra covers, 1893, 4to. (731), July 1, Sotheby

Wooland, 155. Walton (I.) Compleat Angler, port. and etchings, cf., uncut,

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12 155. Walton (I.) Lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker, Herbert and

Sanderson, port. and plates, cf. gt., Major, 1825, 8vo. (413),
March 1o, Puttick

Allison, 5s. (16s., mor., g.e., Oct. 22, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 710; 8s., mor. (rubbed), Large Paper, March 10, 1915, Puttick, Lot

78. od.

414; 6s., orig. bds., presentation copy, July 1, 1915,

Sotheby, Lot 179.] Wander (K. F. W.) Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon, 5 vol., hf. mor., Leipzig, 1867-80, 8vo. (766), July 14, Sotheby

Barker, £i IIS. Wantage Collection. Catalogue of Pictures forming the Col

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Rimell, 12s. Warburton (E.) Prince Rupert and the Cavaliers, ports., 3 vol., orig. red cl., 1849, 8vo. (75), March 10, Puttick

Walford, 18s. [£i 159., orig. red cl., Nov. II, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 156.] Ward (A. W.) The Electress Sophia and the Hanoverian Suc

cession, front. in col., port. and plates, mor. ex., t.e.g.,

Goupil, 1903, 4to. (224), July 28, Puttick Forrester, £1 155. Ward (H.) and Roberts (W.) Romney (George), a Biographi

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Abbey, £4 Ward (H.) and Roberts (W.) Romney (George), a Biographi

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Rimell, £3 Ward (J.) Naturalism and Agnosticism : Gifford Lectures

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Ios. 6d. Ward (Rowland). Records of Big Game, ed. by R. Lydeker

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Porter, ios. Ware (I.) Complete Body of Architecture, plates by Inigo Jones, old cf., 1756, folio (303), Feb. 18, Hodgson

G. H. Brown, 175. Ware (Sir Jas.) Whole Works on the History and Antiqui

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£3 Waring (J. B.) Masterpieces of Industrial Art and Sculpture,

col. plates, 3 vol., orig. mor. gt., g.e., 1863, folio (975), June 2, Sotheby

Cohen, 9s. [£1, same state, Feb. 17, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 255; 198.,

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Quaritch, £i 9s. [Complete in 4 series, issued in portfolios, 1899-1904. £8, the 4 series, as issued, Nov. 24, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 553.] 4

Warner (Rich.) Collections for the History of Hampshire

and the Bishopric of Winchester, including the Isles of Wight, Jersey, Guernsey and Sarke, map, ports. and plates, 5 vol. in 3 (bindings broken and front. torn) (1795), 4to. (281), June 24, Hodgson

<3 [£6 12s. 6d., hf. russ., the 5 vol. in 3, June 10, 1914,

Hodgson, Lot 176.]
Warnery (Maj.-Gen.) Remarks on Cavalry, trans. from the

Original by G. F. Koellier, 31 plates, bds., uncut, London,
J. Barfield, 1798, 4to. (444), Jan. 20, Puttick

Maggs, £1 IOS.
Wars of Wellington. See Combe (W.)
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Walford, os. Warton (T.) History of English Poetry from the 12th to the

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Hill, £1 25. Warwick (Richard Beauchamp, Earl of). Pageants of Richard

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Club, 1908, folio (568), June 7, Hodgson Sotheran, £2 ios. Waterloo. Twelve Coloured Lithos. by Gerard, with map,

oblong 8vo. (1815)-Six Coloured Lithos. by Hullmandel, wrapper, 1816, 4to.-Account of the Battle, maps and plates, mor., g.e., 1852, 8vo. and 4to. (207), June 24, Hodgson

Edwards, A1 Watson (Jno.) History of the Parish of Halifax, Yorks.,

port. and plates, hf. mor., t.e.g., 1775, 4to. (426), Dec. 9. Puttick

Pickard, £1 Ios. [£2 125., hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g., March 9, 1914, Sotheby,

Lot 889.]
Watson (Jno.) History and Antiquities of the Parish of

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ki 16s. [£2 125., hf. mor., uncut, t.e.g., March 9, 1914, Sotheby,

Lot 889.] Watson (P. W.) Dendrologia Britannica, or Trees and Shrubs

of Britain, 172 col. plates, 2 vol., hf. cf., Printed for the

Author, 1825, 8vo. (55), July 28, Hodgson Wesley, 62 Watt (R.) Bibliotheca Britannica, 4 vol. in 2, hf. cf., Edin

burgh, 1824, 4to. (845), July 14, Sotheby Bull, Ios. Watts (A. A.) ' Lyrics of the Heart, with other Poems, engravings, mor. gt., g.e., 1851, 8vo. (180), July 1, Sotheby

E. Parsons, 55. Watts (I.) Horae Lyricae : Poems, chiefly of the Lyric kind,

in three Books, hf. cf., Boston, printed and sold by Rogers & Fowle in Queen Street, 1748 (144), June 17, Sotheby

Attley, 8s. [First American ed. E. Venables' (the antiquary and divine, who wrote a life of John Bunyan) copy, with his autograph signature on the Hy-leaf.


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Watts (W.) Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, with descrip

tion to each view, 84 engravings, hf. mor., t.e.g., 1779Sandby (Paul). Collection of Landscapes, 32 illustrations, hf. mor., t.e.g., 1777, together 2 vol., oblong 4to. (1758), June 14, Knight

£2 25. [Views of the Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, 1781, 4to.,

cf., 11s., May 19, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 275.) Watts-Dunton (T.) The Coming of Love, port., autograph

presentation copy from the author, buckram, 1906, 8vo. (250), May 19, Hodgson

Shepherd, 12s. Waugh (Edwin). Complete Works, plates, II vol., hf. roan (rubbed), Manchester, 1881-89, 8vo. (19), July 1, Hodgson

W. Suthers, 198. Way (G. L.) See Grand Fabliaux Way (T. R.) Ancient Halls of the City Guilds, with Account

of the History of the Companies by Philip Norman, limited ed., proof illustrations, orig. blue cl., uncut, 1903, 4to. (330), July 1, Sotheby

Tiranti, iis. (1os., same state, July 1, 1915, Hodgson, Lot 668.] Weakest (The) goeth to the Wall, as it hath been sundry times

plaid by the right honourable Earle of Oxenford, Lord great Chamberlaine of England his servants, title-page mounted, hf. roan., G. P. for R. Hawkins, 1618, sm. 4to. (218), July 7, Sotheby

Pickering, £5 58. Weale (W. H. J.) and Richter (J. P.) Catalogue of the Pictures

belonging to the Earl of Northbrook, limited ed., platinotype plates, vell., t.e.g., 1889, 4to. (277), June 7, Hodgson

Rimell, 16s. Weare (William), Murder of, ports., hf. cf.,_1824–Trial of

Arthur Thistlewood, port., 1820—Maria Foote v. Joseph Haye, col. plate, n.d., together in i vol., hf. cf.-Blackguardiana; or, Dictionary of Rogues, Bawds, etc., cf. (broken), n.d., and 2 others, together 5 vol., 8vo. (439), June 21, Christie

Maggs, £3 35. Weatherby. Racing Calendar from 1728 to 1901, 175 vol.

-Races to Come, 1847 to 1901, 55 vol.-Irish Racing Calendar, 1790 to 1819 (wanting 4 vol.), together 255 vol., cf., 1728-1901, 8vo. (373), June 21, Christie Quaritch, £8

Comprises Cheny's Historical Lists, 1728 to 1750– Heber's Historical Lists, 1751 to 1768—Tuting and Fawconer's Sporting Calendar, 1769-1774, and Weatherby's Racing Calendar, 1775 to 1901. It also includes

Walker's Historical Lists, 1769.-Catalogue.] Weatherby. Racing Calendar from 1751 to 1913, comprising

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R. P. Mortlock, £14 Weaver (L.) English Lead Work, its Art and History, illus

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Tiranti, £i 6s. Webb (T. S.) The Freemason's Monitor, or Illustrations of

Masonry, hf. cf., 1816, 8vo. (232), March 1, Dowell 75. 6d. Webber (Byron). James Orrock, R.I., Painter, Connoisseur,

Collector, plates, one of 500 copies, 2 vol., orig. buckram, t.e.g., 1903, 4to. (193), June 23, Puttick

Halliday, 155. [4 5s., same state, May 30, 1904, Hodgson, Lot 312;

£1 78., same state, Jan. 13, 1910, Sotheby, Lot 315.] Webster (Jno.) The Displaying of Supposed Witchcraft, old cf., Printed by J. M., 1677, sm. folio (155), Jan. 13, Hodgson

F. Shepherd, £ 1 1os. [£1 58., old cf., April 1, 1914, Hodgson. This work was written in opposition to Meric Casaubon's

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Blake, £1 155. Weekly Memorials for the Ingenious; or, an Account of Books

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Wesley, {I IOS. [The Americana contained in this volume comprises : “ The Physick of the Americans of Virginia,' Particulars of the Americans of Virginia,' A Description of the Present State of Carolina." This is the first weekly

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Supper, contemp. gold-tooled red mor., g.e., by S. Mearne, 1681, 8vo. (164), June 3, Puttick

Ross, 18s. Weever (J.) Ancient Funeral Monuments of Great Britain,

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18s. Welch (C.) Modern History of the City of London, illustra

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Atkinson, 6s. Weld (Isaac). Travels through the States of N. America and

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russ., 1799, 4to. (476), June 23, Puttick Bailey, 12s. Wellesley (Francis). One-Hundred Silhouette Portraits,

selected from the collection of Francis Wellesley, with Preface by Wymer Mills, one of 100 copies, plates, white buckram, uncut, t.e.g., Privately printed, 1912, folio (777), July 1, Sotheby

W. Daniell, £I IOS. Wellington (Duke of). Despatches, port., 8 vol., with Supple

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