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Ainsworth, (W. H.)—continued. 12 Rookwood; a Romance.

With portrait of the Author after Maclise, and 12 full-page etchings by George Cruikshank.

FIRST EDITION. Post 8vo, original cloth, uncut.

London, 1836. £1.7 17s * * * With two A.L.S.’s of Ainsworth inserted.

13 Rookwood. Another Copy. FIRST EDITION. Post 8vo, in the original cloth, uncut (repaired). London, 1836. £9 10S

SPECIAL COPY. 14 The Tower of London: A Historical Romance. A FINE COPY OF THE FIRST EDITION BOUND FROM THE PARTS.

Illustrated with the 4o Etchings and 58 Woodcuts by George Cruikshank, and with five of the Front Wrappers from the Original Monthly Parts, and the Notices issued with Numbers 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12 and 13. Several of the plates are in two (one in three) states, showing variations in the engravings.

Thick 8vo, contemporary half morocco binding, uncut.
London, 1840. £12 12s

*** The following are the plates which are in duplicate showing the variations:–

Queen Jane's Entrance into the Tower. First and Second State.
The Stone Kitchen. First, Second, and Third State.
Edward Underhill preaching to the Giants. First and Second State.
Queen Jane's Flight from the Tower. First and Second State.
Masque in the Palace Garden of the Tower. First and Second State.
Courtenay’s escape from the Tower. First and Second State

15 Windsor Castle: An Historical Romance.

Portrait of the Author, and 18 etched plates by George Cruikshank and Tony Johannot, and numerous woodcuts by W. A. Delamotte.

FIRST 8vo EDITION, calf gilt, m. e. London, 1843. $1 5s Ainsworth (W. H.)—continued.

16 Windsor Castle. DELAM0TTE (W. A.). 134 Pencil Sketches made by Delamotte, whilst he was engaged in illustrating Ainsworth's Windsor Castle, including Sketches of the Grand Entrance; Anne Page's Home; Poor Knights; St. George's Chapel; Norman Gate; Round Tower; Caesar's Tower; Cloisters; Henry VIIIth's Tower; Home Park; Herne's Oak, &c., &c., some of which are initialed “W. H. A[“ insworth ''] neatly mounted in royal 8vo vol., half russia. £9 9s

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(See also under Sporting.) 17 A Touch at the Fine Arts. 12 full-page coloured plates by Henry Alken, with descriptive text.

FIRST EDITION. Imperial 8vo, half red morocco, uncut, t. e. g., with the original paper label bound in at end.

London, McLean, 1824. £7 10s

18 A Touch at the Fine Arts. Another Copy.

Illustrated by 12 plates (in colours), with descriptions, by Henry
Alžen.

Imperial 8vo, original red printed boards. London, 1824. £7 10s

I 8a British Proverbs.
A set of six coloured plates, containing about 30 humorous sketches
by Henry Alken. -
Oblong folio. Boards, with leather back. London, 1824. £6 6s

10 Illustrations to Popular Songs.

43 large coloured plates by Henry Alken, containing a large number of humorous sketches, both sporting and social.

Oblong 4to, in the original boards, with printed label on side.
London, McLean, 1823. £10 10s

2O Scrap Book.
Series of 42 plates of Coloured Sketches by Henry Alken.

Oblong 4to, cloth. London, McLean, 1823-4. £10 10s
Comprising:—
Prospect of Hunting, &c. 6 plates. Tutor’s Assistant. 6 plates.
Involuntary Thoughts. 6 plates. British Proverbs. 6 plates.

Symptoms. 12 plates. Flowers from Nature. 6 plates.

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Alken (Henry)—continued.
20a Symptoms of Being Amused.

Vignette title, and 41 plates, containing numerous humorous col-
oured Sporting and other subjects.

FIRST EDITION. Oblong 4to, half morocco.
London, 1822. £10 10s

2 I Symptoms of Being Amused.

42 coloured plates, containing 192 humorous sketches, with witty
applications.

Also the VERY RARE SERIES of 12 COLOURED PLATES, containing some
50 incidents, which forms the only portion of Vol. II. EveR ISSUED.

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* * * EXCEEDINGLY RARE IN COMPLETE STATE AS ABOVE. The Sketches depict
all kinds of Sporting, Military, and Domestic Incidents in the Artist's most humorous
style.

22 Shakespeare's Seven Ages of Man, depicted in 7 spirited coloured plates.
Oblong folio, half morocco gilt, g. e.
London, McLean, 1824. £7 10s

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23 alongham (William). Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland. A Modern
Oem.

Post 8vo, original cloth. London, 1864. £2 2s

*** T RESENTATION Copy from THE AUTHOR, witH INSCRIPTION BY HIM ON HALF-TITLE:
“To Thomas WoolNER FROM W. ALLINGHAM.”

24 ANEGDOTES. The Tickler, or Monthly Compendium of Good Things in
y p g
Prose and Verse.

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* * * Containing Anecdotes, Bon Mots, Blunders, Epigrams, Humour, Puns, etc.

- Ramsay (George). A New Encyclopaedia of Anecdotes, illustra-
tive of Character and Events; from Genuine Sources.

With Coloured Frontispiece illustrating 16 Scenes, Sporting and
Social, including Deer Stalking, Shooting, Fishing, Boring, Horse-
Racing, etc.

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25

MAT THEW ARNOLD.
26 Alaric at Rome.

. . A Type Facsimile Reprint on Vellum of the Original Edition pub-
lished at Rugby in 1840, edited (with Preface) by Thomas J. Wise.

8vo, original vellum, uncut.

London, Privately Printed, 1893. £6 6s

* * * ONE of FIVE copies PRINTED ENTIRELY ON VELLUM.

27 Alaric at Rome. - -
Another Copy of the Type Facsimile Reprint of the Original

Edition.
Printed on paper. 8vo, original wellum, uncut.
London, Printed for Private Circulation only, 1893. £1 1s

28 Cromwell; A Prize Poem, Recited in the Theatre, Oxford, June 28, 1843.
FIRST EDITION. Post 8vo, original wrappers. Oxford, 1843. £4 4s

29 Empedocles on Etna, and other Poems. By A.

FIRST EDITION. 12mo, original cloth, uncut.
London, B. Fellowes, 1852. £3 10s

3 I Friendship's Garland, being the Conversations, Letters, and Opinions of
the late Arminius Baron Von Thunder-Ten-Tronckh.

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32 Friendship's Garland. Another Copy.
FIRST EDITION. Post 8vo, original cloth. London, 1871. £5 5s

* * * PRESENTATION Copy from THE AUTHOR, witH INscRIPTION (by the RECIPIENT) on title-PAGE:—
“ MoRTIMER Collins FROM MATTHEw ARNold ''
AND A very INTERESTING Autog RAPH LETTER of 2 pp. 8vo FROM M ATTHEw ARNoLD to Collins
INSERTED, IN which HE writes : —
“I sext YoU “ FRIENDship's GARLAND ' As You REQUESTED.”

Arnold (Matthew)—continued.
33 On Home Rule for Ireland. Two Letters to “The Times.”
F'cap. 8vo, original wrappers.

London, Privately Printed, 1891. £3. 3s One of 25 copies printed.

BOUND AT THE DOVES BINDERY. 34 Poems.

vols., post 8vo, bound by Cobden Sanderson as the Doves Binder y, in full green levant morocco extra, gold line and dots on side, floreated gilt back, inside denselle, and corner fleurons.

London, 1895. £10 10s

35 The Strayed Reveller, and Other Poems. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, original cloth, uncut. London, B. Fellowes, 1849. £5 5S

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36 ASHBY-STERRY (J.). Cucumber Chronicles, a Book to be taken in

Slices. FIRST EDITION. Post 8vo, original cloth, t. e. g. London, 1887. - £2 2s *** Presentation Copy from the Author to Austin Dobson, with inscription on titlepage:–

“To Austin Dobson
With the Author's kind regards.”

Inserted is an Autograph Letter of Ashby-Sterry to Dobson, 1 page, 8vo.

37 — The Lazy Minstrel. Frontispiece. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, original cloth, uncut, t. e. g. London, 1886. £1 1s *** Presentation Copy from the Author to Frederick Locker, with inscription on title-page:—

“To Frederick Locker-Lampson,
With the Author's kind regards.”

and inserted are two interesting Autograph Letters of J. Ashby-Sterry, in one of which he writes:—

“I have ventured to send you a copy of my new book, ‘The Lazy Minstrel'.” etc. With Frederick Locker's small “Jester ’’ bookplate inside cover.

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