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Picture Lot No. Description Sale Section Sale Price
1 MALKIN Ben J. Heath, "The Scenery, Antiquities and Biography of South Wales, from materials collected during two excursions in the year 1803", embellished with views drawn on the spot and engraved by Laporte, half calf, marbled boards (1) Books £250
2 GASTINEAU Henry, Wales Illustrated in a Series of Views, comprising the picturesque scenery, towns, castles, seats of the Nobility and Gentry, antiquities, engraved on steel from original drawings by H. Gastineau, pub 1830, decorative gilt tooled leather binding (1) Books £85
3 BOX: Pevsner's including London, Devon, Oxfordshire, etc and six Shell Guides, etc (Box) Books £100
4 WHITE William, History, Gazetteer and Directory of Staffordshire and the City and County of Lichfield, 2nd edit, pub 1851, full calf, decorative boards, bears Peter Stockham bookplate (1) Books £20
5 NASH Thomas, Collections for the History of Worcestershire, pub 1781, printed by John Nichols, leather bound, detached boards in two volumes (2) Not Sold
6 DUNCUMB John, Collections towards the History and Antiquities of the County of Hereford, pub Hereford 1804, Vol I only and Picturesque Antiquities of the County of Hereford, pub T.N. Webb, Hereford, printed George Rowe, Cheltenham, illus Rowe (2) £160
7 DUGDALE Thomas, Curiosities of Great Britain, England and Wales delineated, maps, illustrations, 7 vols only and GROSE Francis, The Antiquities of England and Wales, Vol II and IV only, New Edition (9) Not Sold
8 PENNANT Thomas, Some Account of London, third edition, pub London 1793, printed for Robt Fauldner, 1/2 calf, board detached, folding maps (1) Not Sold
9 The Tourist or Pocket Manual for Travellers on The Hudson River, The Western Canal and Stage Road to Niagra Falls, 3rd edit, pub New York 1834 and COOKE George Alexander, Topographical and Statistical Description of the County of Hereford, with folding map, n.d. (2) £35
10 NIVEN W., London City Churches destroyed since AD1800 illustrated etching and photo-lithographs, published London 1887 (1) Books £20
11 Five Sale Particulars, Abbeydore, Brilley, Much Marcle, Woolhope, Madley and portions of the Cabalva Estate circa 1900 (5) £65
12 MOGG Edward, Pattersons Roads, direct and principal cross roads in England and Wales, 18th edit, pub London 1826 with folding map, 1/2 calf Books £20
13 BLACK's Road and Railway Travelling Map of England, folding on linen, pub A & C Black, DRAKE's Road Book of the Sheffield and Rotherham Railway, pub London, 1840 and two Albums illustrated photographs of Bude and Lizard and District (4) £30
14 Royal Commission...on Canals and Inland Navigations of the United Kingdom. HMSO, 12 vols bound in 11, 1906-1911. Uniformly bound in black half calf and cloth-covered boards by James Truscott & Son, 'Contractors for Bookbinding to H.M. Government'. Stamps of British Railways Board Archives. Over five thousand pages, folding maps. Some rubbing to extremities and spines, rear board of Vol 1 dented and marked, surface damage to spine of Vol IX, but all volumes are soundly bound and internally clean. A very rare opportunity to acquire a complete set of the reports of the most comprehensive survey ever undertaken of the waterways of the British Isles. The Commission's recommendations were never implemented, partly because of the vociferous railway lobby, and partly because of pre-occupation with approaching war. (11)
Books £280
15 A collection of 10 original Acts of Parliament for the Dee Navigation, all disbound from fscap volumes. Includes the first six Acts for this navigation:
An Act to Enable the Mayor and Citizens of the City of Chester to Recover and Preserve the Navigation upon the River Dee. (1700). Title sheet + 22 pp.
An Act to Recover and Preserve the Navigation of the River Dee. (1733). Title sheet + 38 pp. An Act for incorporating the Undertakers of the Navigation of the River Dee. (1740). Title sheet + 16 pp. An Act for explaining and amending [the two preceeding Acts] (1744). Title sheet + 40 pp. An Act for confirming the Agreement...between the...Proprietors of the Navigation of the River Dee and Sir John Glynne...[and others]...(1753). Title sheet + 17 pp. An Act for confirming the Agreement...between the...Proprietors of the Navigation of the River Dee and certain Lords of Manors...(1791). Title sheet +20 pp. together with 4 further copies of the 1740 Act, one well rebound in modern boards. (10)

Not Sold
16 A collection of 10 original Acts of Parliament for the Grand Junction Canal, all disbound from fscap volumes:
An Act for making and maintaining a Navigable Canal from the Oxford Canal Navigation at Braunston...to join the River Thames at or near Brentford...(1793). Title sheet + 18 pp. This voluminous Act is the first for the Grand Junction Canal, an important canal now part of the Grand Union Canal; together with 9 later Acts, 1795 to 1819, all relating to the Grand Junction Canal (10)
Not Sold
17 A collection of 11 original Acts of Parliament for the Shropshire, Shropshire Union and Trent & Mersey Canals, all disbound from fscap volumes:
An Act for making and maintaining a Navigable Canal from the Canal at Donnington Wood...(1788). Title sheet + 60 pp. (The first Act for the Shropshire Canal); together with An Act to reduce the Capital...of the Shropshire Union Railways and Canal Campany. (1854), 6pp; An Act for...Conversion of Parts of the Shropshire Canal to...a Railway...(1857), 24 pp;
together with the first 3 Acts for the Trent and Mersey:
An Act for making a navigable Cut, or Canal, from the River Trent...to the River Mersey. (1766, reprinted 1816). Title sheet + 52 pp., An Act to amend [the above Act] (1770), 11 pp., An Act to amend [the two Acts above]. (1775), Title sheet + 8 pp., together with 5 later Acts for this canal (1776, 1783, 1797, 1797, 1809) (11)
£20
18 A collection of 7 original Acts of Parliament for the River Trent, and the Warwick & Napton Canal, all disbound from fscap volumes:
An Act for making and keeping the River Trent . . . Navigable. (1699). Title sheet + 25 pp. This is the first Act for the River Trent. Together with 2 later Acts for the Trent (1783, 1794).
Together with the first two Acts for the Warwick & Napton:
An Act for making a Navigable Canal . . . from the Warwick and Birmingham Canal . . . into the Oxford Canal . . . (1794). Title sheet + 60 pp.
An Act to . . . vary the course of a certain Part of the said Canal; and [amend the above Act]. (1794). Title sheet + 20 pp. together with two copies of
An Act for enabling the Company of Proprietors of the Warwick and Birmingham Canal Navigation to finish and complete the same . . . (1796). Title sheet + 9 pp. (7)
Books Not Sold
19 A collection of 12 original Acts of Parliament, all disbound from fscap volumes:
3 UK Acts relating to canals overseas: the Act of 1876 authorising the expenditure of (nominally) £4,000,000 to purchase 176,602 shares in the Suez Canal, and 2 Acts for canals in Canada – the Welland Canal (1828) and the Shubenaccadie Canal (1830) together with
4 UK Acts relating to inland navigations in Ireland: River Shannon (1839), Ulster Canal (1865), River Shannon (1874), and Lough Corrib Navigation (1874) together with
5 UK Acts relating to canal regulations, including and ‘An Act to provide for the Registration and Regulation of Canal Boats used as Dwellings’ (1877 – highly important Act designed to ameliorate living conditions on canal boats, provoked by the campaigning of George Smith), and 4 others (1840 – 1854) (12)
Not Sold
20 A collection of 5 original Acts of Parliament for NW waterways, all disbound from fscap or 4to volumes:
The first 2 Acts for the River Weaver:
An Act for making the River Weaver Navigable... (1720). Title sheet + 20 pp.
An Act to extend the navigation of the River Weaver... to...Namptwich. (1734). Title sheet + 17 pp. together with
A later Act for the Weaver (1877),
The first Act for the River Eden (1722). Title sheet + 14 pp.
An Act for the Manchester Ship Canal (1928). (5)
Not Sold
21 A collection of 7 original Acts of Parliament for southern waterways, all disbound from fscap or 4to volumes:
The first 2 Acts for the River Arun:
An Act for erecting Piers in and for repairing and keeping in Repair the Harbour of Littlehampton, called Arundel Port, in the County of Sussex. (1732). Title sheet + 13 pp
An Act for amending and improving the Navigation of the River Arun from Houghton Bridge…(1785). Title sheet + 54 pp. together with
2 Acts for the Thames (1878, 1879), 1 for the Medway (1935, stab-stitched as issued), 1 for the New River, and the Act authorizing the sale of the Royal Military Canal (1867
(7)
Not Sold
22 A collection of 7 original Acts of Parliament for NE waterways, all disbound from fscap or 4to volumes:
2 Acts for the Aire & Calder Navigation (1895, 1914).
The first Act for Beverley Beck (1727). Title sheet + 13 pp.
2 copies of an Act for the Don Navigation (1739)
The first Act for the River Idle (1720). Title sheet + 16pp.
The first Act for the Yorkshire Ouse (1727). Title sheet + 21 pp. (7)
Not Sold
23 A collection of 5 items of Canal ephemera:
3 official documents: Henshall, from Middlewich (Trent & Mersey Canal), loading ticket, 1841; Grand Junction Canal Co, Invoice for a box carried by fly boat, from Paddington to Middlewich, 1848; Receipt for passage on the Witham Navigation, 1934.
together with 2 MS documents:
A letter from Lord Auckland to Lord ?? agreeing to defend the interests of Oxford University by co-ordinating opposition to proposed Parliamentary Bills for canals from Swindon and Aylesbury, 17 Feb 1811. 180 x 110 mm. Ppr browned, edge tears without loss, all legible.
A signed and witnessed contract between the Glastonbury Canal Company and George Jackson for the purchase of land adjoining the River Brue for making a towpath, 6 April 1832, fscap, folded. Some browning and spotting, but legible throughout. (5)
£20
24 Framed and glazed Wey & Arun Junction Canal share certificate No 816, issued to Henry Thwaites, 25 August 1813, with wax seal. 36 x 28. Paper evenly toned, fldd. (1) £100
25 ‘Iron-mad Wilkinson’ i.e. the ironmaster John Wilkinson, 1728-1808. Halfpenny token, copper, 1788, depicting head of Wilkinson, and sailing ship. Sl surface wear, but all details clear. [Dalton & Hamer 336]. (1) Books Not Sold
26 7 Ferry tickets, tokens or passes for:
Clyde Navigation, brass, 27mm dia, VG; Clyde Navigation, zinc, 27mm dia, clip out of side, o/w VG; Hartlepool (River Tees), bronze, 22mm dia, uniface, VG; Port Clarence (River Tees), brass, 22mm square, VG; Middlesbrough (River Tees), brass, 22mm dia, VG; Sunderland (River Wear), bronze, 23mm dia, sl worn, o/w VG; River Wear Commissioners pass, brass 33mm dia, hand-stamped 5535 on front, and T.27. on rear, holed, near VG. (7)
Books £60
27 Sale Particulars of the Marquess of Abergavenny's Herefordshire Estate, for sale by auction, Edwards, Russell and Baldwin, on 22nd and 23rd January 1920 in 166 lots with folding map (1) £65
28 BRADLEY A.G., In the March and Borderland of Wales, illus sketches by W.M. Meredith, pub London 1905 and three volumes MOSS Fletcher, mostly on the Welsh Border, Pilgrimages (4) Books £65
29 BLACKLOCK F. Gainsford, The Suppressed Benedictine Minster and other ancient and modern institutions of the Borough of Leominster, printed The Mortimer Press, 10 South Street, Leominster, green cloth (1) Books £80
30 J KNOX-FURGUSON: Old Kidderminster 1894. A portfolio of 24 plates published in a limited edition of 30 copies (five of which were for sale in the USA). This is no. 26 Books £130
31 BOX: Warwickshire & Birmingham: Includes William Smith, History of Warwickshire; Kelly's Directory of Birmingham & Smethwick 1961; Bunce: Biography of Josiah Mason; book on memorial to Joseph Priestley (1874) with others (Box) Books £75
32 TWO BOXES: Herefordshire, Shropshire & Worcestershire: Local history and topography. Including Bagshaw: Gazetteer of Shropshire 1851, A/F. Kelly's Directory of Herefordshire 1885; Transactions of the Woolhope Society (bound volumes, ex-lib) & publications of the Cantilupe Society and the Worcestershire Historical Society. (2 Boxes) £50
33 THREE BOXES: Topography including Gazetteer of England, Exmoor Forest, Winchester Cathedral, etc (3 Boxes) Books £50
34 THREE BOXES: County of York Domesday Book, Harwich Harbour, The Wirral, etc (3 Boxes) Books £110
35 Two framed Maps of Radnorshire, one by J. & C. Waller and another F.S. Weller £30
36 GROSE Francis, Hampshire section and plates from Antiquities of England & Wales c1783 and Hampshire section from British Traveller 1819 (2) Not Sold
37 PRICE Edward, Norway, Views of the Wild Scenery and Journal, pub Hamilton, Adams & Co, London 1834, engraved plates by David Lucas, and an Album Des Voyages Anciens and Moderne, Limoges and Paris 1854 (2) £40
38 ROSS Frederick, The Ruined Abbeys of Britain, illus col plates, pub William MacKenzie, London, 2 vols, folio and PRICE John Edward, A Descriptive Account of the Guildhall of the City of London, It's History and Associations, pub London, 1886, folio (3) £35
39 BENNETT C.H., Shadows, twenty four hand coloured plates of people in various pursuits and pastimes, pub London, W. Kent & Co., decorative boards, worn (1) £65
40 An Album containing nineteen Watercolours of English and Scottish scenery and country houses including Oban, Northumberland, Taymouth Castle, one monogrammed CMB, 1860, probably Constance Mary Beebee. (1) £120
41 JONES, Views of the Seats, Mansions, Castles, etc of Noblemen and Gentlemen of England, CALVERT Frederick, Staffordshire an Shropshire astles and Mansions, 1830, BICKLEY, Abstract Bailiff's Accounts in County Warwick 1923 and BURKES and SAVILL's Guides to Country Houses, Vols I, II and III (6) Books £80
42 BOX: Topography, chiefly Cheshire (Box) Books £90
43 A facsimile copy of The Domesday Book for Herefordshire, 3 vols in a slip case (3) Books £40
44 OLLER Edmund, Cassell's History of the United States, illus, Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co, in three volumes, no date (3) Not Sold
45 BLACKMORE R.D., Lorna Doone and ELIOT George, Adam Bede, both illustrated Gordon Browne (2) Books £20
46 MEE, Warwickshire, WITHERING, Birmingham, various others on Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Staffordshire and Birmingham connection (12) Not Sold
47 BRACKEN, Henry Farriery Improv'd or a compleat Treatise upon the Art of Farriery, fifth edition, pub London 1745, full contemporary leather bound, worn (1) Not Sold
48 A leaf of William Caxton's Golden Legend, "accomplyshed and fynyshed at Westmynster", at Caxton's own printing office by Wyntyn de Worde, in 1498, framed £180
49 WOOD Thomas, An Institute of the Laws of England or The Laws of England in their natural order, in four Books, 4th edition corrected, pub 1728 (1) Not Sold
50 KENNEDY Richard, A Boy at the Hogarth Press, 1972, The Whittington Press no. 339/520. Signed at colophon by Richard Kennedy, John Randle, Rosalind Randle & Charles Lowndes. also signed dedication to Malvern artist Cathering Moody on small title page, viz 'To catherine with highest regards from Richard Kennedy'. With 'The Silhouette of Malvern' by Catherine Moody & Grigson's 'Gardenage' (1952) bound by her. (3) Books £75
51 LEAR Edward, Journal of a Landscape Painter in Corsica, 1870 (1) Not Sold
52 HALE Thomas, A Compleat Body of Husbandry, 1st edit, large folio, engraved frontis, and 12 plates, some dustmarking, bound in early boards, calf spine, both of which are very worn. London, for T. Osborne et al, 1755 £40
53 TOPSELL Edward, The Elizabeth Zoo, 1st edit, 4to, illustrated, pub London, Frederick Etchells, 1926, Ltd edit 8/528 Not Sold
54 HAWKINS Sir John, The Complete Angler or Contemplative Man's Recreation, fifth edit, pub LOndon 1791, full calf, and a facsimile copy of The Compleat Angler, original date 1653 (2) £130
55 VETERAN SPORTSMAN, The Sportsman's Cabinet or correct delineation of Dogs used in the Sports of the Field, illus engravings, pub London 1803, Vol I, front board detached, spine A/F (1) £70
56 EVANS The Rev. John, A New Royal Atlas, illustrative of various divisions which comprise The Surfaces of the Globe, intended as companion to Biglands View of the World, and the New Geographical Grammar, pub Albion Press 1809, folding maps engraved for Evan's Georgraphical Grammar, binding poor (1) Not Sold
57 Two volumes Fur, Feather and Fin Series, including GATHORNE-HARDY, The Salmon and MARQUESS OF GRANBY, The Trout, DUKE of PORTLAND, The Red Deer of Langwell and Braemore, 1935, and other sporting titles including JESSOP G.L., A Cricketer's Log (8) Books £70
58 SURTEES R.S., The Sporting Novels, The MFH edition, pub London, Bradbury Agnew & Co., c1900 in red cloth faded spines, col plates by Leech, Brown and others (11) Not Sold
81 CLARKE John, trans, C SUETONII TRANQUILLI, XII Caesares or the Lives of the Twelve First Roman Emperors, 2nd edit, pub London, Beltesworth and Hitch, 1739 , board detached (1) £45
82 MATRIX No 5, Winter 1985, A Review for Printers and Bibliophiles, and also Matrix No 6, Winter 1986, printed limited edition 715 by the Whittington Press Nos 190 and 120 respectively, and two Pamphlets relating to The Whittington Press publications (4) Books £130
83 A limited edition of Twelve Poems, with wood engravings, as illustrations, various titles, published in 1990 by the Gregynog Press, contained in slip case and having original wrapping paper "Gregynog Poets" Books £180
84 BISHOP Bird, The Yangtze Valley and Beyond, Vol I only with map and illustrations, CALDWELL Harry and John, South China Birds, stories and legends by Muriel Caldwell, 1931 and WILKINSON E.S., Shanghai Birds, pub 1929 (3) £30
85 Eight volumes illustrated by K. E. Barker, including BUCKINGHAM ME, Zong, Phari, STURGESS, Dowsha, BARKER K.F., The Young Entry, etc (8) Books Not Sold
86 The Victoria Psalter, The Psalms of David illustrated by Owen Jones, embossed binding by Leighton son and Hodge £220
87 GOULD Robert Freke, The History of Freemasonry, it's antiquities, symbols, constitutions, customs, etc, Vol III only, pub London (1) Not Sold
88 C, CRISPUS Sallustius et L. Annaeus Florus, pub Birminghamiae, Joannis Baskerville, 1773, leather bound, ex Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School Library, Ashburne (1) Not Sold
89 LAWRENCE Richard, The complete Farrier and British Sportsman, a systematic enquiry into the structure and animal, Economy of the Horse, pub London, Thomas Kelly (1) Not Sold
90 Anno Regni Georgii III Regis, Parliamentary Sessions/Acts, printed Thos Baskett, 1760, bound, full calf, front board detached (1) Not Sold
91 MILTON's L'Allegro and Il Penseraso, illus Birket Foster 1860, Old Miscellany Days illus George Cruickshank, 1885, MARSHALL Emma, Shakespeare and His Birthplace (3) Not Sold
92 GLUITER Willy, Per Stoomvart - my-Nederland Naar Java Door, n.d. (1) £20
93 MOORHOUSE E. Hallam, Nelson's Lady Hamilton, pub Methuen and Co, 1st edit 1906 and KIPLING Rudyard, Soldiers Three, A collection of Stories, 3rd edition, pub 1890 (2) Not Sold
94 ALEXANDER William, Picturesque Representations of The Dress and Manners of the Austrians, illustrated col engravings, Plate 18, A Young Peasant of Egra in his winter clothes missing, pub London, James Goodwin, n.d., and Picturesque Representations of The Dress and Manners of the Russians, two col plates missing, plate 43, A Schaman of Kamtshatka and plate 59, A Merchant of Kelouga, pub London, Howlett and Brimmer, both leather bound with marbled endpapers (2) AMENDMENT: Estimate increased Not Sold
95 SAND Maurice, Masques et Bouffons (Comedie Italienne) Texte et Dessins, Preface George Sand, pub Paris, A. Levy Fils, 1862, illustrated in colour £75
96 CLARENDON Edward, The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England begun in the year 1641, in six volumes, vols 4 & 5 spines rebound, pub Oxford 1717 (6) Books Not Sold
97 SMOLLET T., The History and Adventures of the renowned Don Quixote, trans from Spanish by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, 5th edit, pub London 1782, bound in leather, 4 vols (4) Books £180
98 The Life of Jane de St. Remy de Valois, Heretofore, Countess de La Motte, containing various including an address to the National Assembly, pub London 1791 in two volumes, leather bound (2) AMENDMENT: New estimate £100-150 Not Sold
99 BOX: HULME Edward, Familiar Wild flowers, 1st to 5th Series bound in two volumes, col plates, Monthly Magazine, The World of Fashion with some coloured plates, various volumes on Insects, Birds etc (Box) £50
100 IOANNIS BARCLAII Argensis, Edito Fecunda Argumentis and indice Illuftrior, pub Paris Nicolas Buon, 1622, decorated leather binding with gilt detail (1) AMENDMENT: Contains book plate from the Library of Marquis Cornwallis, British Commander in Chief during the American War of Independence Not Sold
101 EDWARD Earl of Clarendon, The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England to which is added An Historical View of the Affairs of Ireland, new edition, pub Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1826, full calf, with gilt tooling, in eight volumes, the names Charles John Vaughan 1828 written on title page, who was an English Scholar and Anglican Churchman, 1816-1897 (8) Books £60
102 CRITCHETT & WOODS, The Post Office Annual Directory for 1812, 13th edit, and six other vols various (7) Books £40
103 HALL Mr and Mrs S.C., Ireland, It's Scenery, character etc, in three volumes, pub 1841, London, How and Parsons, green half calf with marbled boards (3) £120
104 YOUNG Robert M., The Town Book of the Corporation of Belfast, 1613-1816, edited from original, pub Belfast, Marcus Ward & Co, 1892, JEFFERSON Herbert, Viscount Pirrie of Belfast, KERR Archibald W.M., An Ironside of Ireland, with author's signature and YOUNG Arthur, A Tour in Ireland 1776-1779, pub London, Cadell and Dodsley 1780 in two volumes (5) £50
105 HAYWARD Richard, Munster and the City of York, O'KELLY P., trans, History of Ireland pub 1849, rebound, HARRISON Henry, Parnell Vindicated 1931, rebound, and four other Irish related titles (7) £35
106 BARTLETT W.H., The Scenery and Antiquities of Ireland, illustrated from drawings by W.H. Bartlett, text by Willis and Coyne, n.d., leather bound with gilt tooling in slipcases (2) Books £180
107 BATTERSBY W.J., The Repealer's Manual, or Absenteeism the union re-considered, Part 1, 1833 and The Hibernia Magazine for 1810, with loose plates (2) Books £150
108 BOX: Various Ireland titles including The Book of Kells, Heirs and Graces, The Islands of Ireland, etc (Box) Books £45
109 BOX: Various Irish titles including, Swift in Ireland, They Go - the Irish, Down and the days, etc (Box) Books £20
110 BOX: various Irish titles including, Literary remains of the United Irishmen of 1798, Irishmen All, The Irish Tangle, etc (Box) Books £20
111 BOX: Various Irish titles including. A Treasury of Irish Folklore, Kings in Conflict, The Belfast Water Acts 1840 to 1879, etc (Box) £20
112 JOHNSON Samuel, A Dictionary of the English Language in which the words are deduced from their originals, and illustrated in their different significations, Volumes 1 & 2 facsimile copies, originally printed 1755 (2) Books Not Sold
113 RCHM, The City of Cambridge parts 1 and 2, City of Cambridge map showing position of monuments, plans of King's, St. John's and Trinity Colleges; and City of Oxford, a Survey and Inventory by the Royal commission on Historical Monuments (4) Books £55
114 POWELL Kenneth, New London Architecture vol2 and MELLHUISH, Clare, Modern House vol2 (2) Not Sold
115 TWO BOXES: The Saturday Book, founded in 1941 by Leonard Russell and edited since 1952 by John Hadfith, 33 volumes (1 and 3-34) 1941-42 to 1974 Books £40
116 DE LA MERE, Walter, A book of fairy Poems Down-adown derry illustrations by Dorothy P. Lathrop, published London first edition 1922 (1) Books £45
117 BOOTHBY Sir Brooke, Sorrows, Sacred to the Memory of Penelope, London, printed by W. Bulmer and Co, sold by Messrs Cadell and Davies, Strand, 1796, bears Peter Stockham bookplate, 1/2 calf marbled boards (1) Books £100
118 GILPIN William, Three Dialogues on the Amusements of Clergymen, 2nd edition, pub London, Cadell and Davies, 1797, bears bookplate of W. Frank Perkins, uncut (1) Books £55
119 SPARKE Michael, The Narrative History of King James for the first fourteen years , in four parts, bound in one, pub London, printed for Michael Aparke at the Sign of the Bible in Green Arbour, 1651, end papers A/F Books £110
120 Cheape and Good Husbandry for the Well-ordering of all Beasts and Fowls and for the general Cure of their Diseases, 8th edition, pub London, printed by Thomas Harper for John Harrison 1653, lacks endpapers, pages 45/46 are reprints, 1/2 calf, marbled boards (1) Books £55
121 A Nottinghamshire Printed Chap-Book, Rhyming Dick and the Strolling Player, bound with The History of Valentine and Orson, RUSSELL Rev. Hugh, A Journey from Time to Eternity, Heavenly Rest for a Weary Soul and The Repentance and Happy Death of the celebrated Earl of Rochester, early 19th Century (1) Books £120
122 WORDSWORTH William, The Poetical Works of, complete in one volume, pub Paris, A and W Galigrani, 1828, rebound (1) Books Not Sold
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