Imagens das páginas

Rowlandson, 20 coloured plates, mounted with ornamental borders, at the end are 4 aquatint plates, after Rowlandson, by Manskirchten, half morocco extra, joints, g. e., 1800, imperial 4to. (273) £6 15s.

3708 Kowlandson (T.) Poetical Sketches of Scarborough, first

edition, 21 coloured plates from designs by J. Green, etched by T. Rowlandson, half morocco extra, inlaid back, fancy silk sides, joints, g. t., uncut, the original boards preserved, Ackermann, [813, 8vo. (190) £5 16s.

3709 Rowlandson (T.) The History of Billy Hog and his wife

Margery, a True Story, as the readers may choose to believe, purposely invented for the Amusement of Children, by an Odd Fellow, coloured etchings by Rowlandson, original wrappers, enclosed in a morocco case, 1816, 8vo.

(I9>) . . £5

3710 Rowlandson (1.) Goldsmith (Doctor). The Vicar of Wake

field, a Tale, first edition, illustrated with 24 designs by Thomas Rowlandson, original boards, uncut, with the paper label, Ackermann, 1817, 8vo. (192) £26 10s.

3711 Rowlandson (T.) Twelfth Night Characters, 24 coloured

plates, neatly mounted, morocco extra, g. e., by Riviere, n.d., 8vo. (193) £1 14s.

3712 Satirist (The), or Monthly Meteor, vol. xiii.-xiv., coloured

folding caricatures, some by G. Cruikshank, 2 vol., calf extra, g. e., by Morrell, 1813-14, 8vo. (194) £2 10s.

3713 Scourge (The), or Monthly Expositor of Imposture and

Folly, large folding caricatures by George Cruikshank and others, 11 vol., half calf gilt, 1811-16, 8vo. (195) ,£9

3714 Scrope (W.) The Art of Deer Stalking, illustrated by a

Narrative of a few Days' Sport in the Forest of Atholl, engravings and lithographs after paintings by E. and C. Landseer, and by the author, Murray, 1838—Days and Nights of Salmon Fishing in the Tweed, illustrated by lithographs and wood engravings from paintings by Sir D. Wilkie, E. and C. Landseer, W. Simson and E. Cooke, ib., 1843, both first editions, original cloth, uncut, royal 8vo.

(196) _ . . £22

3715 Sebright (J. S.) Observations upon Hawking, describing the

Mode of Breaking and Managing the Several Kinds of
Hawks used in Falconry, half bound, uncut, 1828, 8vo.

(197) £2

3716 Shakespeare (W.) Seven Ages of Man, 7 plates, after

Stothard, engraved by W. Bromley, printed in colours, W. Bromley, 1799—Illustrations to Shakespeare's Works, 17 plates, after Wheatley, Hamilton, Opie, Fuseli, etc., proofs, in [ vol., half morocco extra, g. t., by Zaehnsdorf, 1797-1814, folio (274) £6 7s. 6d.

3717 Shelley (P. B.) Queen Mab, a Philosophical Poem, with

Notes by Percy Bysshe Shelley, first edition, morocco extra, g.t., uncut, by F. Bedford, Printed by P. R. S/iellev, 1813, 8vo. (198)' Pobson, £89

3718 Sporting Anecdotes, Original and Select, including Characteristic Sketches of Eminent Persons who have appeared on the Turf, by an Amateur Sportsman, plates by Howett and others, pigskin extra, g. t., uncut, 1804, 8vo. (204) £5

3719 [Surtees (K. S.)] Jorrocks's Jaunts and Jollities, or the

Hunting, Shooting, Racing, Driving, etc. Exploits of the renowned Sporting Citizen Mr. John Jorrocks, first edition, 12 plates by " Phiz," original cloth, uncut, W. Spiers, 1838, 8vo. (206) ,£13 5s.

3720 [Surtees (R. S.)] Jorrocks's Jaunts and Jollities, being the

Hunting, Shooting, Racing, Driving, etc. of that renowned Sporting Citizen Mr. John Jorrocks, 15 coloured illustrations by Henry Aiken, first edition with these plates, original cloth, g.e., Ackermann, 1843, 8vo. (207) .£27

3721 Surtees (R. S.) Jorrocks's Jaunts and Jollities, the Hunting,

Shooting, Racing, Driving, Sailing, Eccentric and Extravagant Exploits of that renowned Sporting Citizen Mr. John Jorrocks, coloured illustrations by H. Aiken, original cloth, g.e., Routledge, 1869, 8vo. (208) £\ 8s.

3722 [Surtees (R. S.)] Hawbuck Grange, or the Sporting Adven

tures of Thomas Scott, Esq., first edition, 8 illustrations by "Phiz," original cloth, uncut, Longmans, 1847, 8vo. (209) £&

3723 Syntax (Dr.) Tour through London, or the Pleasures and

Miseries of the Metropolis, first edition, 19 coloured plates, half morocco extra, uncut, by Riviere, 1820, 8vo. (212)

£l 7s.

3724 Syntax (Dr.) in Paris, or a Tour in search of the Grotesque,

first edition, 18 coloured plates, half morocco extra, inlaid backs, joints, uncut, 1820, Svo. (213) £3 6s.

3725 Tally-Ho (Ben). Qualified Horses and Unqualified Riders,

or the Reverse of Sporting Phrases from the work intitled Indispensable Accomplishments, 7 coloured plates, original wrappers, S. &* J. Fuller, at the Temple of Fancy, Rathbonc Place, 1815, oblong 4to. (246) £11

3726 Tennyson (Lord). Poems by Two Brothers. "H;ec nos

novimus esse nihil" Martial, first edition, original boards, uncut, with the paper label, enclosed in a morocco case, in a remarkable state of preservation, being as fresh and clean as when issued, with the leaves unopened, London, for IV. Simpkin and R. Marshall and J. and J. fackson Louth, 1827, i2mo. (215) Paul, £31

[Contains title, advertisement, preliminary verses (v.-vii.), contents (ix.-xii.) and Poems pages 1-228. The small paper copies were published at 5s., and those on large paper (8vo.) at 7s. In May, 1893, a reprint appeared in royal 8vo. at 6s., 300 copies only.—Ed.]

3727 Thackeray (W. M.) The Paris Sketch Book, by Mr.

Titmarsh, first edition, numerous designs by the author on copper and wood, 2 vol., original cloth, Macrone, 1840, 8vo. (216) £$ 12s. 6d.

3728 Thackeray (W. M.) Comic Tales and Sketches, first edition,

edited and illustrated by Mr. Michael Angelo Titmarsh, plates, 2 vol., original cloth, uncut, Cunningham, 1841, 8vo.

(217) £(>

3729 Thackeray (W. M.) The Irish Sketch-Book, by M. A.

Titmarsh, first edition, numerous engravings on wood, drawn by the author, 2 vol., original cloth, uncut, Chapman and Hall, 1843, 8vo. (218) £$ «<*

3730 Thackeray (W. M.) Mrs. Perkins's Ball, by M. A. Titmarsh,

first edition, illustrations, coloured copy, original boards, g.e., enclosed in morocco case, Chapman and Hall, 1847, 8vo. (219) £7 7s

3731 Thackeray (W. M.) Vanity Fair, a Novel without a Hero,

with illustrations on steel and wood by the author, first edition (with the rustic type heading to chapter i. and the woodcut of the Marquis of Steyne at page 336), complete in original xix. (xx.) parts, uncut, with the wrappers and advertisements, enclosed in a morocco case, Punch Office^ 1847-8, 8vo. (220) Robson, £102

[Extremely scarce in the original parts. The highest price previously obtained for a set of the parts was £62 ios., in October, 1902. See Book-prices Current, Vol. xvii., No. 252.—Ed.]

3732 Thornton (A.) Don Juan, his Life in London, or a True

Picture of the British Metropolis, 31 coloured plates, 2 vol., calf extra, g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, Kelly, 1821-22, 8vo. (222)

£n 15s.

3733 Tom Raw the Griffin, a Burlesque Poem, in twelve Cantos,

25 coloured plates, original salmon-coloured cloth, uncut, Ackermann, 1828, 8vo. (223) £3 5s.

3734 Tour of Paris, 24 coloured plates, original picture boards, li\

Sams, St. James's Street, 1824, 4to. (249) ,£8 15s.

3735 VVarburton (R. E. E.) Hunting Songs, Ballads, etc., first

edition, plates and vignettes, calf extra, g. t., the original cloth sides preserved, by Riviere, Chester, 1834, 8vo. (226)


3736 [Westmacott (W. H.)] The English Spy, an Original Work,

Characteristic, Satirical and Humourous, comprising Scenes and Sketches in every Rank of Society, being portraits of the Illustrious, Eminent, Eccentric and Notorious, drawn from the Life by Bernard Blackmantle, first edition, 72 coloured plates and woodcuts by George Cruikshank, 2 vol., original picture boards, uncut, in two morocco cases, by Zaehnsdorf, Sherwood, Jones and Co., 1825-6, royal 8vo. (227) Maggs, £55

3737 Westmacott (W. H.) The English Spy, an Original Work,

Characteristic, Satirical and Humourous, comprising Scenes and Sketches in every Rank of Society, etc., drawn from the Life by Bernard Blackmantle, portrait, 72 coloured plates by R. Cruikshank and woodcuts, 2 vol., half morocco gilt, uncut, 1825-6, royal 8vo. (228) ,£32 10s.

3738 White (Gilbert). Natural History and Antiquities of Sel

borne, in the County of Southampton, first edition, plates and vignettes, original half binding, uncut, 1789, 4to. (250)

,£27 10s.

3739 Wife (The), or Women as they Are, a Domestic Drama, 4 etchings by George Cruikshank, morocco extra, g.t., uncut, the original cloth sides and back preserved, by Riviere, Publishedfor the author, 1835, 8vo. (230) £3 15s.

[march 29TH, 1904.]


A Small Collection Of Books Belonging To The ExecuTors Of The Late Mr. C. T. H. Hawkins, Of PortlandPlace, W.

(No. of Lots, 29; amount realised, about .£230.)

[This sale consisted chiefly of drawings and prints, inclusive of a large and fine collection of impressions from the " Liber Studiorum." A collection of 67 prints belonging to that series realised .£540, and though referred to infra is not included in the total sum realised as given above.—Ed.]

3740 Cabinet de Boyer-d'Aguilles. Recueil d'Estampes d'apres

les Tableaux des Peintres d'ltalie, des Pays-Bas et de France, gravdes par Coelemans, decrits par Mariette, 11S plates, half bound russia, Paris, 1744, folio (23)

Thorp, £2 2s.

3741 Claude le Lorrain. Liber Veritatis, a Collection of 300 Prints

after the Designs of Claude, engraved by R. Earlom, 3 vol., proof impressions, morocco extra, with borders of gold, gilt edges, 1777-1819, folio (11) Rimell, £% 10s.

3742 Cox (David). Lessons on the Art of Landscape Painting in

Water Colours, coloured plates, 1828, folio (28)

Pollard, £2 15s.

3743 Daniel (Wm.) Picturesque Voyage round Great Britain,

coloured plates, vol. vi., vii. and viii., and plates to vol. i. and ii., 1814-25, folio (25) Roche, £4 10s.

3744 Diirer (Albrecht). The Life and Death of the Virgin, the set

of 21 large woodcuts, the first issue before the descriptions
on the back, old calf (1) Rimell, £26'

[See Bartsch's "Le Peintre Graveur," Nos. 76-95. This
series was designed by Diirer during the years 1504-1510.
The first issue, as also the third, is without the Latin text
at the back, but the later impressions are much worn.
The second issue has the Latin text.—Ed.]
Xviii. 24

3745 Englefield (Sir H.) Description of the Isle of Wight, plates,

old calf, 1816, 4to. (2) Pollard, £\ 8s.

3746 Foster (Birket). Gems of Art, 12 coloured facsimiles of the

original drawings, mounted on cardboard, in a portfolio, folio (9) Wall, £1 10s.

3747 Haghe (L.) New Portfolio of Sketches in Belgium and

Germany, 27 plates coloured like drawings, 1850 (22)

Josephs, £2 12s. 6d.

3748 Houbraken. Heads of Illustrious Persons of Great Britain,

with their Lives, by Birch, 2 vol. in 1, first edition, LARGE Paper, old morocco, 1743-51, folio (13) Nattali, £ \ 1

3749 Morland (George). Sketches from Nature, 8 plates, engraved

by T. Vivares, coloured, in a wrapper, n. d., folio (8)

Parsons, £4

3750 Nash (J.) Mansions of England in the Olden Time, fourth

series, 24 plates, coloured and mounted on cardboard like drawings, 1849, folio (21) Strange, £7

[The work is complete in four series, containing 100 tinted plates. These series were re-edited by J. C. Anderson in 1869-72, containing 104 plates. These are much inferior.—Ed.]

3751 Perrault (Charles). Hoinmes Illustres de la France, 102

portraits by Edelinck and Nanteuil, including the portraits of Arnauld and Pascal, 2 vol. in 1, old Dutch calf gilt, Paris, 1696-1700, folio (14) Nattali, £^ 15s.

3752 Roberts (David). Views in the Holy Land, Syria, Egypt,

Nubia, Arabia, etc., with Descriptions by Dr. Croly, 253 lithographic plates, 6 vol., half morocco extra, gilt edges, 1842-6, folio (27) Tregaskis, £2 10s.

3753 Scotland Delineated, by Stanfield, David Roberts, Harding,

Nash, Cresvvick, etc., tinted lithographs, proofs, parts ii. to xi., 1854, folio (20) Pollard, £2 5s.

3754 Sibthorp (J.) Flora Grasca, sive Plantarum Rariorum His

toria qua; in Provinciis aut Insulis Gra?cis incolunt, cura J. E. Smith, 1,000 coloured plates, 10 vol., half morocco extra, uncut, 1806-40, folio (12) Quaritch, /125

3755 Smith (J. T.) Antiquities of Westminster, the 100 plates

only, Largest Paper, 1804, folio (7) Shepherd, £4

3756 Turner (J. M. W.) The Liber Studiorum, engraved by C.

Turner, Dunkarton, W. Say, Thomas Lupton and others, a set of the published plates (wanting Nos. 16, 49, 61, 66), of which 60 were in the first state, Nos. 8, 35, 36, 40, 53 and 55 in the second state, and No. 3 in the third state, all fine impressions, many with broad uncut margins (78)

G. E. Blood, £540

The following books were sold by Messrs. Hodgson on
April \$th and two following days, 1904:—

3757 Blake (William). Visions of the Daughters of Albion, frontispiece, title-page and 9 plates, printed on 6 leaves, original

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