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sance,' 51. 58.
Messrs. Douglas & Foulis, of Edinburgh, have a Armory,' Chester, 1688, 15l. (marked "exceedingly clearance catalogue of surplus books from their rare"): Naval Achievements of Great Britain," library.
55 large coloured plates, 1816, 121. ; Pelhani's. Mr. Sydney V. Galloway, of Aberystwyth, has_a
• Chronicles of Crime,' 2 vols., 1841, 31. 10.s.; thelist of new and second-hand educational works. It Waverley Edition of Scott, 1842, 71. ; a first includes nearly three thousand items, so purchasers edition of Jack Sheppard,' 3 vols., original cloth, will find plenty to select from.
Bentley, 1839, 101. 10s. ; Lodge's ‘Portraits,' 1823-34, Mr. John Jeffery, of City Road, has a clearance 1809, 71.; and a first edition of "Tom Brown,
51. 10s. ; Hayley's Life of Romney, Chichester. catalogue of cheap books, tracts, population tables: Cambridge, 1857. 101. 10s. The last is excessively and statistics of life assurance.
Under Costume is Racinet's 'Le Costume. edition of Tennyson's * Princess,' uncut, 258. Historique.' with 500 plates, 6 vols. imp. 4to, Paris, Many items are of interest to Wesleyans.
1888, 171. 10s. Mr. H. H. Peach, of Leicester, has specimens of Mr. Ludwig Rosenthal, of Munich, who is well! early presses and Cambridge and Oxford presses: known for the resources his shop offers in the shape Under Architecture are Wood and Dawkins's of early and valuable books, sends us a catalogue 'Palmyra, 101 plates, vols. folio, 101. 105.; and concerned with Hungary, Bulgaria, Servia, Rou-Fritsch's Architecture of the German Renais mania, &c., the wars of the Turks, Palestine,
Other items include Bauldwin's Rhodes, and Malta. Among many interesting "Moral Philosophy,' 1606, 21. ; Burton's 'Arabian items the following may be noted : Jac. BergoNights,' 1894. 61. 6s. ; Commonwealth Tracts,' 15s. mensis. Libellus de Claris Celestisque Mulieribus, à beautiful Psalter, printed for use in the royal Paris, 1521, 80 marks ; Vitæ et 1:ones' of Turkish chapels, 1581, from the Hopetoun Collection, Sultans in German, Frankfort, 1596, 150m.; Brevi. 31. 6d.; "Rabelais,' 1691, 2 vols. 12mo, 258. ; arium Romano-Germanicum,' Venice, 1518, 600m.;:
Lettres de Madame de Sévigné, 14 vols. 8vo, Breviarium for Hungarian Benedictines, Venice, Paris, 1862, 21. 2s.; a collection of 54 pamphlets on 1519, 1.000m.; Cicero's Tusculan Disputations," Socialism, by Holyoake, Bradlaugh, W. J. Linton, Paris, 1509, 100m. ; Friedel, a collection of twentyand others, including autograph letters, 15s.; and a four portraits of fighters for the independence of first edition of verses on the death of Dr. Swift, Greece, including Byron, 1827-9, 120m.; Inno1731, 11. 128. 6d. Heywood's Nine Bookes of centius III., Bull of Indulgences for support against various History concerning Women,' London, the Turks, 2000.; Le Quien, 'Oriens Christianus, printed by Adam Islip, 1624, is 51, 108. This is a 1740, 550m.; and "Chronicarum et Historiarum fine copy of a rare book, being in the original calf. Epitome,' 1475, the first book printed at Lübeck. Under Queen Elizabeth is a copy of the tract There are interesting sections of maps, plans, and occasioned by the successful negotiations carried on engravings. Anong the English items for sale are between Elizabeth's ministers and the Porte. The J. Richards's Journal of the Siege and Taking of last three pages are occupied by invectives in Buda in 1686,' 18m. ; 'The Military Costume of French and Latin verse against the queen. One Turkey, a series of engravings, London, 1818,
100m.; Dodwell's 'Views in Greece,' 1821, two. O Regina Anglicana
copies at 600m. each : a Relation of the late Siedge Maledicta & prophana
and Taking of the City of Babylon by the Turke," Mente capta & infama
translated from Zarain Aga by W. H. Ajouté, Quid furis tantopere.
London, 1639, 75m. ; and a portrait of Byron,
Mr. G. A. Poynder, of Reading, has a set of The a number of new remainders at very low prices.
Messrs. Sotheran's catalogue for 16 September Henry VII. in the original calf, 1622, 51. 5s. ; a contains on the inside cover: “In Memoriam :: nearly coniplete set of The l'atler, very rare, Henry Sotheran, born May 29th, 1820: died 171. 178.;
Lysons's ‘Magna Britannia,' 6 vols., 1906-22, July 30th, 1905. Cujus Animæ propitietur Deus." 51. 128. 6d., Marryat's History of Pottery,',1857, The list is, as usual, full of interest. It opens with 11. 73. 6d. ; Turner's Ceramics of Swansea,' 31. 3$. ; The Annual Register,' 1758-1901, 311. 103. ; and Dawkins's Cave-Hunting,' 1874, 2. 18s: 6d. ; among other items are an extra-illustrated copy of Cuvier's Animal Kingdom,' 16 yols., 101, 108. ; | Palmer's '$t. Pancras,' 151. 15s. ; Stow's 'Survey," * The Orchid Annual.? 11 vols. royal 4to, 141. 14s.; sixth and best edition, 91. 15s. ; a rare early col. Wickes's. Medioeval Churches of England, 21.12s.6d. lection of views in London, 1753, very scarce,
There are a number of works under Berkshire, 121. 123. ; Palmer's 'Index to "The Times," } 333 vols.,. Buckinghanshire, and other counties ; also under 371. 10s., and a larger set, 421.; and Dallaway's Botany, Geology, and Zoology.
Sussex,' 1815-30, a rare work, 421. Sets of societies' Mr. C. Richardson, of Manchester, has a set of publications include the English Dialect, 151. 158. ;the Chetham Society Publications from the com Early English Text, 601. ; Entomological, 521. 10s.;
Other items mencement in 1844 to 1903, 165 vols., original Geological, 331. ; Folk-lore, 371. 108. cloth, 221. 10s.; and a set of The Art Journal, are Froude's works, best editions, 217. ; a large1849 to 1873, 61. 10.s. Other inportant items paper set of Granger's Biographical History of are Brumoy's' Le Théâtre des Grocs,' 16 vols., England.' 1824, 71. 10$. ; Chronicles and Memorials red morocco, 1820-25, 81. 108.; very fine of Great Britain and Ireland,' Rolls Series, 197 vols., copy of Cavendish's 'Wolsey,' 1641, 81. ; Dodsley's 1858-98, 75..; John Heneage Jesse's works, 23 vols. Old English Plays, with notes by Hazlitt, 311. 10$. ; Horsley’s ‘Britannia Romana, 1732, 71. ;
1874, 71. ; Duruy's • Rome, 6 vols., Humphreys's Illuminated Books of the Middle 1883, 6l. ; Early English Text Society, 1864-75, Ages, 1849, 81. 8.9.; Hoaro's Wiltshire, 1812-52, 9. '108.; Randall Holme's The Academy of 561. ; Dugdale's 'Warwickshire,' 1730, 197. 193. ; and
· Dramatists of the Restoration,' 1872-9, 60%. Come of patient with books and papers, on the top of which
the vignette of an ass chewing a thistle, and four sets printed on vellum).
. still have good copies of the Third and Fourth an owl is seated. This copy contains the rare leaf Folios; also a coniplete set to June, 1892, of of Addenda or Errata at end, and is in full morocco, Hansard. The latter is very scarce, and is marked price 4. 10s. Other items include the second at 2101.
edition of Camden's 'Britannia,' 1587, 21. 108.; Mr. Albert Sutton, of Manchester, has a list Gough's translation, 3 vols. morocco, 1789, 101. 10s.; devoted to Voyages and Travels. Among the two Dugdale's History of St. Paul's,' first edition, 1658, thousand are many works of special interest. Under 102.; Hawkins's History of Music,' 1776, 51. 58.; Africa we note Alexander's narrative of the Kaffir and Sandford's Coronation of James II., folio, war of 1835, 9s. 6d.; Anderson': 'Twenty-five Years 1687, 51. 58. Under Heraldry is Yorke's Union of in a Waggon in the Gold Regions of Africa,'
1887, Honour,' containing "the Armes, Matches, and 96.; Boulton's Map, 1787, 58. ; Holland and Hozier's Issues of the Kings, Dukes, Marquesses, and Earles * Expedition to Abyssinia,' 1870, 17. 58.; and Dr. of England from the Conquest untill this present Junker's Travels,' 1875-86, 17. 28. 6d. The authors yeere 1640." The author of this valuable book was include Livingstone, Burton, Dr. Carl Peters, Stan. a working blacksmith in the city of Lincoln. ley, &c. Under America is Af-Beeldinghe, &c., Ant. Fuler, in his 'Worthies,' writes that he werp, 1640, price 21. One of the chapters relates good workman as well as a good writer......an to the history of the Society of Jesus in America. excellent workman in his profession, insomuch Capt. Danipier's Voyage,' 1717, is priced 11. 158. that if Pegasus himself would wear shoes, this man Other items are Benjamin Franklin's Memoirs,' alone is fit to make them.” The copy offered is Colburn, 1833, 138. 6d. ; Gordon's 'Establishment of a fine one, dated 1640-1, price 31. 38. Wild's the Independence of the United States, 1788,
Cathedrals,'. 1807-23, is 61. 6s. ; and Kitton's 11 12s. 60. ; Lockman's Travels of the Jesuits,
Charles Dickens by Pen and Pencil,' large-paper 1772, 11. ls. ; Lewis and Clarke's Travels,' 1814, copy, proof impressions, 1890-2, 3 vols., in full 31. 38.; and a collection of_sixty-two portraits, morocco .by Riviere, 18l. 188. French Literature 11. 10. Under Australasia, Turkish Empire, and includes La Fontaine, Zola, Daudet, and Gyp. Miscellaneous Voyages and Travels are many works Under French Portraits is 'Portraits des Person of interest.
nages Français les plus illustres du XVe Siècle,' Mr. Thomas Thorp, of Reading, has a good with historical notice by P. G. J. Neil, Paris, 1848,
71. 7s. In this copy the portraits are proof general list.
The items include Rowlandson's volumes of Lytton's works. all first editions, 30s. ; Child," 10 May, 1787, 237. Beauties of Sterne,' 1809, very rare, 22s. ; sixteen impressions. Among Old Portraits and Prints is a
fine impression of Reynolds's 'Lady Seaforth and Bruce's novels. 8 vols., 1804, 36s. ; Budge's Book of the Dead,' 1895, 41. 48.; ‘Hogarth,' 3 vols., brilJiant impressions, Boydell, 1812, 358. : Barbauld's Novelists,'50 vols. 12mo, calf, 1820, 61. ; Thorpe's
Notices to Correspondents. Registrum Roffense,' 1769, 21. 18s.; the eighth We must call special attention to the following edition of Waller's Poems, 1711, 11. 188. ; St. John notices : Hope's 'Stall-Plates of the Knights of the Garter,'
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which they refer. Correspondents who repeat Church, besides monastic and Catholic history. We note a copy of Parsons's Elizabethæ Anglise queries are requested to head the second com.
munication “Duplicate." Reginæ Edictum, 29 Nov., 1591,' published 1592, price 18s. This work, it is stated, gave great offence
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