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Auctioneer Addison & Sarova Auctioneers (478) 787-2665
Auction Date Nov 18 Auction
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Macon, GA
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Lot: 1 - Chudleigh Bible leaf, manuscript on vellum

Index of names from Chudleigh Bible, leaf, manuscript on vellum. France, 1st or 2nd quarter of the 13th century. Leaf overall measures 290 x 190mm. 50 lines (recto) and 50 lines (verso), in double columns. With initials in red and blue, several with

Lot: 2 - Bishop's Bible, 1574

BIBLE, in English, Bishops' version [The Holy Byble, Conteyning the Olde Testament and the Newe. London: Richarde Jugge, 1574.] 13" x 8.75". Wanting title and 19 leaves of prelims, and wanting final two leaves including colophon. Text of the Bible

Lot: 3 - [Maps] Britannia Depicta, 1720

Bowen, Emanuel. BRITANNIA DEPICTA OR OGILBY IMPROV'D; BEING A CORRECT COPPY OF MR. OGILBY'S ACTUAL SURVEY OF ALL YE DIRECT & PRINCIPAL CROSS ROADS IN ENGLAND AND WALES. London: Tho. Bowles, 1720. 8vo. [6], 273, [1 blank] pp., being the engraved

Lot: 4 - [California Gold Rush] Shares, Certificates

Pair of 19th c. stock certificates issued in French Francs and British Pounds, for gold mines in California: *** "Ave Maria Gold Quartz Mine. Mariposa, California. In 50,000 shares of (GBP)1 Each." Certificate for ten shares. 9.25" x 6.5". *** "Le

Lot: 5 - [Secrets of Magic, Alchemy, & Medicine, 1722]

[Hagen, Johann Martin, attrib.] [HUNDER ACT UND DREISSIG GANTZ NEU-ENTDECKTE GEHEIMNUSSE....] [Frankfurt am Main & Leipzig:] [Johann Martin Hagen,] [1722.] 8vo. [2], 132 pp., title page lacking and provided in later manuscript facsimile

Lot: 6 - King James First Folio, 1611 [Prophets]

The complete books of the major and minor prophets of the Bible, from Isaiah through Malachi. Extracted from "The Holy Bible, Conteyning the Old Testament and the New…. " London: Robert Barker, 1611. Folio (390 x 265mm). Mmm - Hhhh6, Iiii2.

Lot: 7 - Gustave Flaubert. Madame Bovary, 1st ed.

Flaubert, Gustave. MADAME BOVARY / PROVINCIAL MANNERS. London: Vizetelly, 1886. 8vo, complete with 6 plates and including ad for Salambo bound at front as well as half-title. Modern custom full blue/green calf, with original gilt-stamped cloth in

Lot: 8 - Thomas Edison, Signed Cabinet Photo, 1892

Edison, Thomas A. Signed sepia cabinet photo. Port Huron: White & Co., 1892. 6.25" x 4.25". Signed and dated Orange, NY, Dec. 4, 1892. Back with old mounting tape, some light soiling to front. ***************************** Cabinet photo

Lot: 9 - 14th c. Manuscript Prayer Book on Vellum

Manuscript prayer book on vellum, circa 1350, in black, red, and blue ink. Leaves measuring 175 x 121mm (7" x 4.75"), 25 leaves with text in double columns, 35 lines. Bound in later vellum, some rubbing and light soiling to some leaves, most slightly

Lot: 10 - Erasmus. New Testament in Greek & Latin, 1519

NOVUM TESTAMENTUM OMNE, MULTO QUAM ANTEHAC DILIGENTIUS AB [ERASMUS ROTERDAMO] RECOGNITU[M]…. Basel: Froben, March 1519. 13" x 8.25". 120, 566, [2] pp., several fine woodcut borders and various woodcut initials and devices in places throughout.

Lot: 11 - Faulkner, William. The Sound & The Fury, 1st Ed.

Faulkner, William. THE SOUND AND THE FURY. New York: Jonathan Cape and Harrison Smith, 1929. 1st printing, in 1st state jacket. 8vo hardcover in original publisher's dust-jacket. Book: Spine slightly cocked, light toning to spine and boards, light

Lot: 12 - Joseph Conrad, TLS, 1921

Conrad, Joseph. Typed Letter Signed ("Joseph Conrad"), 1 p., 4to, Bishopsbourne, Kent, July 14, 1921, [to A.P. Hatton], on personal stationery, toned and slightly faded. Matted and framed with portrait of Conrad. ************************************

Lot: 13 - William Butler Yeats, Typed Letter Signed, 1935

Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939.) Typed Letter Signed ("WB Yeats"), 1 1/8 p. recto and verso, 4to. Rathfarnam, Dublin, November 13, 1935, on personal stationery, to [Richard] Hughes, with a few autograph corrections. Faint horizontal and vertical

Lot: 14 - [Virginia] James River Canal, Lithograph, 1857

Edward Beyer. JAMES RIVER CANAL NEAR THE MOUTH OF THE NORTH RIVER. Lith. Loeillot, Berlin, 1857. Hand-colored tinted lithograph, 14.5" x 9.75" measured from neatline to neatline (not including upper and lower captions.) As framed, frame measuring

Lot: 15 - [Bible] Coverdale, New Testament, 1538

[Coverdale, Diglot New Testament]. THE NEWE TESTAMENT BOTH IN LATINE AND ENGLYSHE. Southwarke: James Nicolson, [1538]. 4to bound in 8s (205 x 139mm.) A-Z8, Aa-Vv8. Wanting the six leaves of prelims which includes the title (provided here in

Lot: 16 - [Oil Painting on Board] View of Jerusalem, 1868

[Signed in lower right corner, illegible, refer to photos] A View of Jerusalem from the North East. Dated 1868, lower right corner. Oil on board, 18.75" x 7.25". Board slightly bowed, some areas with loss of paint (refer to photos), would benefit

Lot: 17 - Shipwreck of the Alceste & Medusa, 1822

THE SHIPWRECK OF THE ALCESTE, AN ENGLISH FRIGATE, IN THE STRAITS OF GASPAR; ALSO, THE SHIPWRECK OF THE MEDUSA, A FRENCH FRIGATE, ON THE COAST OF AFRICA. Dublin: E. Tute, 1822. 5.25" x 3.25". 179, [1] pp., 6 woodcut plates included in pagination.

Lot: 18 - Chaucer's Works, Tho. Speght, 1598

Chaucer, Geoffrey; Speght, Thomas. THE WORKES OF OUR ANTIENT AND LEARNED ENGLISH POET, GEFFREY CHAUCER, NEWLY PRINTED. London: Printed by Adam Islip, and the charges of Thomas Wight, 1598. 12" x 8". [27], 394, [14] leaves, lacking front/rear blanks

Lot: 19 - Specimens of American Poetry, 1829 [Provenance]

Kettell, Samuel, ed. SPECIMENS OF AMERICAN POETRY, WITH CRITICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES. Boston: S. G. Goodrich and Co., 1829. 3 vol set, 8vo. xlvii, 353, [1]; x, 408; x, 406 pp. Contemporary 1/2 calf over marbled boards, marbled page-ends and

Lot: 20 - [British Theatre, complete set, illustrated]

The British Theatre; or, A Collection of Plays, Which are Acted at the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, Covent Garden, and Haymarket....with Biographical and Critical Remarks by Mrs. Inchbald.... London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1808. 6" x 3.75".

Lot: 21 - McKenney. Indian Tribes of North America, 1842

McKenney, Thomas L. Hand-colored lithograph. NO-TIN A CHIPPEWA CHIEF. Philadelphia: Daniel Rice & James G. Clark, 1842. Taken from McKenney's "History of the Indian Tribes of North America," 1842. Sheet measures 19.25" x 13.5". Quite clean with

Lot: 22 - [Witchcraft, Demonology, Magic, etc, 1586]

Bodin, Jean. DE LA DEMONOMANIE DES SORCIERS. Antwerp: Coninx, 1586. 6.25" x 4". [32], 439, [1] pp., lacking title-page, I8, L6, and O5 with all supplied in neat manuscript. Full 18th c. calf, rebacked with original spine laid on and one corner

Lot: 23 - [17th c. British Maritime; MS Passport]

Manuscript right of passage through Poros, for Captain Thomas Edwards. May 20, 1640. Bifolium, 1 page + 3 blank. 13.5" x 9". With remnants of seal, two paper repairs of closed tears, light staining, margins frayed, faint creases as once folded, a few

Lot: 24 - [17th c. Dutch Manuscript] Government Acts

Dutch manuscript, official records of government meetings, acts, and resolutions, from January through May of 1649. 13" x 8.25". Approximately 433 leaves. Numerous entries, most being several pages in length, each one with date and list of persons

Lot: 25 - [Science, Satire, Humanism] Antonio Urceo, 1502

Urceo, Antonio. IN HOC CODRI VOLUMINE HAEC CONTINENTUR. ORATIONES, SEU SERMONES UT IPSE APPELLABAT. EPISTOLAE, SILVAE, SATYRAE, EGLOGAE, EPIGRAMMATA. Bononiae: Ioannem Antoniu[m] Platonide[m] Benedictoriu[m], 1502. 300 x 205mm (11.75" x 8".) 2 parts

Lot: 26 - [Justinian on Woman] 15th c. Folio Leaf

Leaf on vellum, printed recto only, blank verso. Apparently a trial printing. Circa 1470. 15.75" x 10.5". Toned, some pin-hole worming, one hole (refer to photos) being a natural flaw to the vellum, one small marginal chip. ****************** Leaf

Lot: 27 - Holy Bible, King James Version, 1613

THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTEYNING THE OLD TESTAMENT, AND THE NEW…. London: Robert Barker, 1613. Folio (389 x 253mm). A-B4, C6, D4; A-Mmmm6, Nnnn4. Wanting A1 (being the initial title-page, which here is supplied in facsimile.) Genealogies by John Speed

Lot: 28 - Phra Malai. Thai Leporello Manuscript, 19th c.

[Story of Phra Malai]. Leporello folding manuscript, mid-19th century. Thai in origin, old Cambodian script. 26.5" x 5.75" (145 x 670 mm). With 101 double-sided fold-out leaves (including 3 blank leaves), rear cover absent and possibly lacking

Lot: 29 - [Illustration, Bible History, De Royaumont, 1701]

Fontaine, Nicolas, Sieur De Royaumont. THE HISTORY OF THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT… THE WHOLE ILLUSTRATED WITH TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY SCULPTURES AND FIVE SCRIPTURAL MAPS. Folio (16.25" x 10".) [10], 212; [12], 84; [61]-187, [1] pp. With 1 engraved

Lot: 30 - [Hebrew Manuscript Bible, 16th c.]

Manuscript fragment from Hebrew Bible. [Origin: Yemen, circa mid 16th century.] 135 folio leaves (12.5" x 8.5"), thick laid paper, disbound. Signs of heavy use, leaves rather soiled and with various stains and marginal chips, 6 leaves with larger

Lot: 31 - [Bible] First Black-Letter Quarto Edition.

THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTAINING THE OLD TESTAMENT AND THE NEW: NEWY TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES.... London: Robert Barker, 1613. 4to (8.5" X 6.25"). A8, A-Z8 , Aa-Zz8, Aaa-Ggg8, Iii-Sss8. Woodcut general and New Testament titles, head- and

Lot: 32 - Wollstonecraft on the Rights of Woman, 1792, 1st

Wollstonecraft, Mary. A VINDICATION OF THE RIGHTS OF WOMAN: WITH STRICTURES ON POLITICAL AND MORAL SUBJECTS. London: for J. Johnson, 1792. 8vo. xix, [1], 452 pp., (Vol. 1, all published.) Period marbled boards rebacked, boards with chipped edges,

Lot: 33 - [MGM, Louis B. Mayer] Checks from Sale of MGM

Louis B. Mayer. Pair of checks made out to Louis B. Mayer for the merger of Mayer Pictures with Metro-Goldwyn. The Citizens National Bank of Los Angeles. Dated 5-21-1924, and 5-28-1924, one check for $25,000, the other for $10,000. Tipped onto

Lot: 34 - [Music] Maurice Ravel, AQS, 1928

Ravel, Maurice (French composer, 1875-1937). Autograph Quotation Signed. 1 p, 4to, Los Angeles, February 8, 1928, being two bars of music in G-flat major inscribed for Stephanie Kastner. Mild toning, small hole near upper margin just touching

Lot: 35 - Smith's Compleat System of Opticks, 1st ed., 1738

Smith, Robert. A COMPLEAT SYSTEM OF OPTICKS IN FOUR BOOKS, VIZ. A POPULAR, A MATHEMATICAL, A MECHANICAL, AND A PHILOSOPHICAL TREATISE. Cambridge: for the Author, 1738. 2 v. 4to (10.25" x 7.75".) [6], vi, [8], 280; [2], 281-455, [1], 171, [13] pp.,

Lot: 36 - [U.S. Navy, Japan, Maritime Collision]

THE OFFICIAL NOTES AND EVIDENCE IN THE PROCEEDING OF THE NAVAL COURT OF INQUIRY, AS TO THE COLLISION BETWEEN THE U.S. CORVETTE ONEIDA AND THE P. & O. STR. BOMBAY. HELD AT HER MAJESTY'S CONSULATE, YOKOHAMA, JAPAN. Yokohama: Printed and Published

Lot: 37 - [Manuscript] Brotherhood of Gonfalone, 1587

REGOLA DELLA CONFRATERNITA DI S. GIO. BATTISTA DEL CONFALONE ERETTA DA S. CARLO CARDINALE BORROMEO ARCIVESCOVO DI MILANO… IN ROMA.. L'ANNO 1587… IN MILANO PER LODOVICO MONZA STAMPATORE… 1643. 4to. [6], 44 pp. Bound into modern cloth

Lot: 38 - Faulkner, William. The Wild Palms, 1st Ed.

Faulkner, William. THE WILD PALMS. NY: Random House, 1939. 8vo in jacket. Publisher's cream cloth stamped in green and gilt. Spine very slightly cocked and some very light fraying to upper spine-end. Contents clean and bright though one leaf near

Lot: 39 - Faulkner, William. Absalom, Absalom! Signed

Faulkner, William. ABSALOM, ABSALOM! New York: Random House, 1936. 8vo, folding map at rear. Publisher's 1/4 green cloth over decorative boards, top edge gilt. Spine lightly faded and with a few very small specks of ink, corners with just a touch of

Lot: 40 - Faulkner, William. Absalom, Absalom! 1st Ed.

Faulkner, William. ABSALOM, ABSALOM! NY: Random House 1936. 8vo in jacket. With folding map at rear. Publishers black cloth ruled in red and stamped in gilt, very small speck to fore-edge, contents clean throughout, well-preserved. Jacket with

Lot: 41 - Ernest Hemingway TLS w/ Autograph Postscript

Hemingway, Ernest. Typed Letter Signed ("Ernest Hemingway") with long autograph postscript, 1 p, 4to. Key West, December 13, 1934, written to Carlo Tresca. Dampstained, toned and bled. Matted and framed. **************************************

Lot: 42 - Sean O'Casey, Lengthy TLS

O'Casey, Sean. Typed letter signed with accompanying envelope. 2 pp., 4to, on light blue paper. St. Marychurch, Torquay, Devon, Nov. 14, 1961. Framed and matted to display both sides. Envelope with tears, letter with two horizontal creases.

Lot: 43 - Hermann Hesse, TLS, 1953

Hesse, Hermann. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p, 8vo, Montagnola, Switzerland, December, 1953, to Fay Sacks of Philadelphia, in German, on personal letterhead, slight splitting at centerfold, with typed transmittal envelope (lightly soiled)

Lot: 44 - Robinson Jeffers, AQS, 1934

Jeffers, Robinson (American poet, 1887-1962.) Autograph Quotation Signed, "All the arts lose virtue...." 1 p., oblong 12mo. Tor House, Carmel, CA, July, 1934, inscribed for William David Hennessy, Jr. Very faint fold, else excellent.

Lot: 45 - T. S. Eliot, Typed Letter Signed, 1929

T. S. Eliot (1888 – 1965). Typed Letter Signed ("T.S. Eliot"), 1 1/4 pp recto and verso, 4to, London, July 16, 1929, to John Freeman, on "The Criterion" stationery, some tiny stains, creases, lightly toned. **************************************

Lot: 46 - Helen Keller. Typed Letter Signed, 1936

Keller, Helen (1880-1968.) Typed Letter Signed, 1 p., 4to, Forest Hills, NY, December 31, 1936. Written to George T. Sanders, on personal stationery, faint paper clip stain and some creasing, one small 1/4" marginal closed tear.

Lot: 47 - Siegfried Sassoon, Two AMS

Sassoon, Siegfried (1886-1967). Two Autograph Manuscripts Signed, including: *** Autograph Manuscript Signed ("Siegfried Sassoon"), 1 p., 8vo, n.p., n.d., being a fair copy of the poem "Aftermath," on thick paper, folded. **Sold With** Autograph

Lot: 48 - H. G. Wells. Adventures of Tommy [Pres. Copy]

Wells, H.G. THE ADVENTURES OF TOMMY. London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., 1929. 4to. Illustrated in color. In custom binding of full morocco, boards detached and worn, spine chipped with portions missing, front endpaper detached, contents clean.

Lot: 49 - Jack London, Typed Letter Signed, 1915

London, Jack (1876-1916.) Typed Letter Signed ("Jack London"), 1 p., oblong 8vo. Glen Ellen, CA, February 8, 1915, to Russell Herts. Matted and framed with portrait and bookplate. Not examined out of frame. ************************ Letter of

Lot: 50 - Buckland Wright (ill.) Sonnets of John Keats

Keats, John; Wright, Buckland (illustrator.) THE COLLECTED SONNETS OF JOHN KEATS. Maastricht: The Halcyon Press, 1930. 9.75" x 7". With frontis + 10 other woodcuts by Wright. Publisher's blue cloth toned and soiled, slight loss to extremities,

Lot: 51 - McClelland Barclay, WWII Poster

McClelland Barclay. [WWII Poster] "Naval Aviation has a place for you…" n.d. [circa 1942]. 41" x 27.5". Professionally restored, having been retouched in several places and mounted on linen, some surface-cracks near upper portion, one pin-hole

Lot: 52 - [19th c. American MS Essays, Michigan Perspective]

Collection of 16 mansucript essays by Frank Rexford of Michigan, circa 1860s. Most are about 2 pages in length, varying in condition (mostly Very Good.) The essays concern primarily American interests, and they include essays on California, War (the

Lot: 53 - [Abraham Lincoln] A Speech Delivered, 1860

Washburne, E[lihu] B[enjamin]. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, HIS PERSONAL HISTORY AND PUBLIC RECORD. SPEECH... OF ILLINOIS DELIVERED IN THE U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, MAY 29, 1860. N.p.: Published by the Republican Congressional Committee, [1860]. 8vo, 8pp.,

Lot: 54 - [African American Actor, Ira Aldrich, Autograph]

Ira Frederick Aldridge. Cut fragment from letter, signed by Aldridge, laid down on 3.5" x 5" card with notes in pencil. **************************** Scarce signature of Ira Aldridge, considered the first notable African American actor. Aldridge

Lot: 55 - 19th c. Photograph by Ira Collins, Alabama

19th century photograph, taken by Ira Collins of Huntsville, Alabama, of African-American man seated with cane and hat in hand. Mounted on card, 6.5" x 4.25". Foxed, soiled, faded. ************************ Ira Collins was Huntsville's "premier

Lot: 56 - [Broadside, Dorr Rebellion, 1842]

Dorr Rebellion: BY HIS EXCELLENCY SAMUEL WARD KING, GOVERNOR, CAPTAIN GENERAL, AND COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS. A PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS I HAVE THIS DAY RECEIVED FROM HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN TYLER, PRESIDENT

Lot: 57 - [Broadside, Sovereignty & States Rights, 1861]

A Friend of the Union. NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY AND STATES'-RIGHTS COMPARED; WITH THE FATAL CONSEQUENCES OF BEING DISREGARDED. Washington, Sept. 1861. 4to. 1pp + 3 blanks. Light old blindstamp to upper left corner, and circular spot to upper right, two

Lot: 58 - [Early American Imprint] w/ MS booklet

Hart, Levi. THE IMPORTANCE OF PARENTAL FIDELITY IN THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN ILLUSTRATED, IN A DISCOURSE ADDRESSED TO THE CONGREGATION… FEB. 1792. Norwich: Bushnell & Hubbard, 1792. 38, [2] pp. 8vo, stitched as issued. Corners bumped and

Lot: 59 - [William Bryan, League of Nations] AMS, 1919

Bryan, William Jennings (1860-1925). Autograph Manuscript Signed, headed "The New Era," 2 pp recto and verso, [Chicago], July 8, 1919, in pencil, a few smudges, Very Good. ************************************* Wilson's former Secretary of State here

Lot: 60 - Bowdoin on U.S. and British Relations, 1797

[Bowdoin, James]. OPINIONS RESPECTING THE COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE DOMINIONS OF GREAT BRITAIN, INCLUDING OBSERVATIONS UPON THE NECESSITY AND IMPORTANCE OF AN AMERICAN NAVIGATION ACT. BY A CITIZEN OF

Lot: 61 - [Civil War, California Regt., Court Martial]

Group of 4 manuscript letters, three of which are from David Paul Brown (Abolitionist, lawyer), and the other being a reply to David Paul Brown from Peter H. Watson (Assistant Secretary of War.) Brown was representing Major Robert Parrish Jr. in

Lot: 62 - [Civil War, Navy] Litho. Admiral David Porter

Lithograph, late 19th c., of Admiral David Dixon Porter (1813 - 1891), important Union naval officer. As framed, image 12" x 10", frame 19" x 17". Clean and bright condition.

Lot: 63 - [Civil War] Manuscript Letter by Union Soldier

Fort Pickering, Memphis, Tennessee. September 17, 1862. Manuscript letter in pencil. 2 pp., + 2 blank pp. 7.75" x 5". Two horizontal creases, slight age-tone, two very short closed marginal tears at creases, Very Good.

Lot: 64 - [Confederate Imprint, South Carolina, 1863]

Furman, James C. SERMON ON THE DEATH OF REV. JAMES C. CHILES, PREACHED AT HOREB CHURCH, ABBEVILLE DISTRICT, S.C. ON SUNDAY, 29TH OF MARCH, 1863, BY REV. FURMAN, D.D. PUBLISHED AT THE REQUEST OF THE CHURCH. Greenville, S.C.: G.E. Elford's Press, 1863.

Lot: 65 - [George A. Custer, Group of 4]

Four books related to George A. Custer, including: *** Custer, Elizabeth B. TENTING ON THE PLAINS / OR / GENERAL CUSTER IN KANSAS AND TEXAS. NY: Charles Webster, 1889. 8vo. Numerous illustrations throughout, all plates present as per list.

Lot: 66 - [Rare American Imprint] Exiles of Siberia

Cottin, Sophie. ELIZABETH; OR, THE EXILES OF SIBERIA. Windsor (VT): by P. Merrifield. Eddy and Patrick Printers, 1815. 4" x 2.75". 174 pp. Period sheep over paper boards, worn with loss to edges, contents with some light foxing and even toning.

Lot: 67 - Calvin Coolidge, TLS, as President, 1924

Coolidge, Calvin. Typed Letter Signed, as President. The White House, Washington, November 6, 1924. 1 p. + 3 blank pp., 4to. Verso of blank leaf with light soiling and mounting tape residue to upper margin, mild age-toning.

Lot: 68 - Chateaubriand. Italy, England & America, 1815

de Chateaubriand, F.A. RECOLLECTIONS OF ITALY, ENGLAND AND AMERICA…. London: Colburn, 1815. 8vo, 2v. bound in 1. xii, 258; [4], 314 pp. Period half-calf over marbled boards, hinges cracked though boards held by cords, title label lacking and

Lot: 69 - Chauncy's Compleat View of Episcopacy, 1771

Chauncy, Charles. A COMPLEAT VIEW OF EPISCOPACY, AS EXHIBITED FROM THE FATHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, UNTIL THE CLOSE OF THE SECOND CENTURY: CONTAINING AN IMPARTIAL ACCOUNT OF THEM, OF THEIR WRITINGS, AND OF WHAT THEY SAY CONCERNING BISHOPS AND

Lot: 70 - Dews Lectures on the Restrictive System, 1829

Dew, Thomas R. LECTURES ON THE RESTRICTIVE SYSTEM, DELIVERED TO THE SENIOR POLITICAL CLASS OF WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE. BY... PROFESSOR OF HISTORY, METAPHYSICS AND POLITICAL LAW. Richmond: Samuel Shepherd & Co., 1829. 8vo. viii, 195 pp. Modern

Lot: 71 - Diplomatic History of Washington & Adams

Trescot, William Henry. THE DIPLOMATIC HISTORY OF THE ADMINISTRATIONS OF WASHINGTON AND ADAMS 1789-1801. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1857. 8vo. x, [2], 283, [1] pp. Publisher's green cloth, small stain to front board, light fraying to spine

Lot: 72 - Draper. King's Mountain & Its Heroes [SIGNED]

Draper, Lyman. KING'S MOUNTAIN AND ITS HEROES: HISTORY OF THE BATTLE OF KING'S MOUNTAIN OCTOBER 7TH, 1780, AND THE EVENTS WHICH LED TO IT. Cincinnati: Thompson, 1881. 9.5" x 6.25". xv, 16-612 pp, + portrait frontis and 12 plates (Note: Howes calls

Lot: 73 - [Early American Imprint] John Barnard, 1747

Barnard, John. THE IMPERFECTION OF THE CREATURE, AND THE EXCELLENCY OF THE DIVINE COMMANDMENT; ILLUSTRATED IN NINE SERMONS ON PSAL. CXIX. 96. Boston: Rogers and Fowle, D. Gookin, 1747. 8vo. [8], 248 pp. Contemporary paneled calf, rebacked, light loss

Lot: 74 - [Early American Imprint] Junius, 1791

Junius [pseud.] THE LETTERS OF JUNIUS. COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME, WITH A COPIOUS INDEX. THE FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. Philadelphia: Prichard & Hall, 1791. 12mo. [4], xii, [13]-283, [13] pp. 19th c. half morocco over marbled boards, scuffing to

Lot: 75 - [Eli Smith Archive] American Missions, Mid East

Collection of Eli Smith items, purchased from the estate of Margaret R. Leavy -- great grand daughter and researcher of Eli Smith. Eli Smith (1801 - 1857) was an American Protestant missionary who travelled extensively in the Middle East. He is known

Lot: 76 - [Signer of Declaration, William Ellery]

Ledger leaf, dated 1793, signed twice (front and back) by William Ellery. 14.5" x 6". Horizontal creases as folded, moderate age-tone, some light soiling and marginal chipping, one panel on rear rather soiled and somewhat obscuring Ellery's signature

Lot: 77 - Early American Commerce in S. America

Business card of "David C. DeForest, of the United States Commission Merchant, Buenos Aires." Verso reading "Lynch, Zimmermann & Co. (Successor to Mr. De Forest.) Commission Merchants, Buenos-Aires" and with inscription mentioning Santiago,

Lot: 78 - Evans' Letters to Thomas Jefferson, 1802

[Evans, Thomas]. A SERIES OF LETTERS, ADDRESSED TO THOMAS JEFFERSON, ESQ. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, CONCERNING HIS OFFICIAL CONDUCT AND PRINCIPLES; WITH AN APPENDIX OF IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS, AND ILLUSTRATIONS. BY TACITUS. Philadelphia: For E.

Lot: 79 - [American Fire-Fighting in 1820s, MS Ledger]

RECORDS OF ENGINE COMPANY NO. 1. 1820 TO 1830 [i.e. 1832]. Watertown, MA, 1820-32. 4to (7.5" x 6.5".) Ledger in manuscript, on laid paper. 65 leaves containing manuscript, several other leaves blank. Period sheep over marbled boards, with manuscript

Lot: 80 - Franklin D. Roosevelt, Signed Bust Lithograph

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (1882-1945), U.S. President. N.d. Large lithograph portrait/bust, signed by Roosevelt. As framed, measures 17.5" x 13.5". Last sold at Charles Hamilton Galleries, March 28, 1974, lot 293, and subsequently framed. Not

Lot: 81 - Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers, Signed Photo

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers gelatin silver print photo, signed by Astaire and Rogers. 10" x 8". Tipped onto matting at upper margin and ready for framing, some areas of silvering from age, one very short 1/8" tear to one margin, clean, Very Good.

Lot: 82 - Giddings, Campaign in Northern Mexico, 1853

[Giddings, Luther]. SKETCHES OF THE CAMPAIGN IN NORTHERN MEXICO. New York: Putnam, 1853. xii, 13 - 336 pp. + frontis map, and folding plan of Monterey. 8vo in publisher's cloth, spine faded, slight shelf-lean, fly-leaves removed, contents with light

Lot: 83 - Horn, Stanley. Army of Tennessee, [SIGNED]

Horn, Stanley F. THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, Sept. 1959. 3rd printing. 8vo hardcover in jacket. Jacket price-clipped, lower edges of boards with light shelf-wear, else tight and square text-block, bookseller's sticker

Lot: 84 - John Fletcher on American Patriotism, 1776

Fletcher, John: AMERICAN PATRIOTISM FARTHER CONFRONTED WITH REASON, SCRIPTURE, AND THE CONSTITUTION: BEING OBSERVATIONS ON THE DANGEROUS POLITICKS TAUGHT BY THE REV. MR. EVANS, M.A. AND THE REV. DR. PRICE. WITH A SCRIPTURAL PLEA FOR THE REVOLTED

Lot: 85 - John Q. Adams. Letters on Silesia, 1st ed.

Adams, John Quincy. LETTERS ON SILESIA, WRITTEN DURING A TOUR THROUGH THAT COUNTRY IN THE YEARS 1800, 1801; BY...THEN MINISTER PLENIPOTENTIARY FROM THE UNITED STATES TO THE COURT OF BERLIN; AND SINCE A MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN SENATE. IN TWO PARTS...

Lot: 86 - John Tyler, ALS, as President, 1843

Tyler, John. Autograph Letter Signed, as President. Oct. 22, 1843. 8vo, 1 p. Mounted on linen and framed with portrait of Tyler. Not examined out of frame, a couple of very small stains, else Very Good. ************************** Letter to Alfred

Lot: 87 - Keate's Account of the Pelew Islands, 1789

Keate, George. AN ACCOUNT OF THE PELEW ISLANDS, SITUATED IN THE WESTERN PART OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN. COMPOSED FROM THE JOURNALS AND COMMUNICATIONS OF CAPTAIN HENRY WILSON, AND SOME OF HIS OFFICERS, WHO, IN AUGUST 1783, WERE THERE SHIPWRECKED, IN THE

Lot: 88 - [Literature, American Back Settlements, Broadside]

Broadside, The Friends to Literature requesting further supply for Back Settlements of America, from Hurn, Pinchback, & Co. Pennsylvania: Quim Quizz, Printer, [early to mid 19th century.] 9" x 7.25", on thin wove paper, 2" closed tear, slight

Lot: 89 - Lutheran Missionaries in America, 18th c.

[Nachrichten von den Vereinigten Deutschen Evangelisch-Lutherischen Gemeinen in Nord-Amerika, absonderlich in Pennsylvanien. Halle: In Verlegung des Waisenhauses, 1787.] 4to. First volume (of 2), covering the years 1750, 1751, 1753, 1756, and 1764,

Lot: 90 - Lyndon B. Johnson, TLS, as President, 1968

Johnson, Lyndon B. Typed Letter Signed, as President. The White House, Washington, May 10, 1968. 1 p., 4to. Light foxing and vertical creases, with ink note to verso, "Personal letter to Gib from President Johnson." Matted and ready for framing.

Lot: 91 - [Map of Am. Colonies] Universal Magazine, 1754

THE UNIVERSAL MAGAZINE OF KNOWLEDGE AND PLEASURE… VOL XV. London: John Hinton, [1754.] 8vo. Engraved frontis and title-page, 329, [7] pp. With 23 plates/maps, 6 folding, wanting the last plate listed in the binder's directions. Modern calf over

Lot: 92 - [Massachusetts Constitution, Early Am. Imprint]

THE CONSTITUTION, OR FRAME OF GOVERNMENT, FOR THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. Worcester, Mass.: Isaiah Thomas, 1787. 5.5" x 3.5". 107, [1] pp. Full period sheep worn and rubbed and with minor worming. Contents with edge-toning to first and last

Lot: 93 - [Massachusetts-Bay] A Journal, 1777

A JOURNAL OF THE HONORABLE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, IN NEW-ENGLAND, BEGUN AND HELD AT BOSTON, IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, ON WEDNESDAY THE TWENTY EIGHTH DAY OF MAY, ANNO DOMINI 1777. Boston: Printed by Thomas and John

Lot: 94 - [Massachusetts-Bay] General Assembly, 1778

RESOLVES OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS - BAY, BEGUN AND HELD AT BOSTON, IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, ON WEDNESDAY THE 28TH DAY OF MAY, [BEING THE LAST WEDNESDAY IN SAID MONTH] ANNO DOMINI, 1777; AND THENCE CONTINUED BY

Lot: 95 - Millard Fillmore, Signed Newspaper, 1860

The World. NY, Friday, June 15, 1860. 8 pp. 22" x 16". Lightly toned, numerous closed tears, old paper stub affixed at gutter of first page, horizontal crease as folded. ********************* Signed by Millard Fillmore (13th President of the United

Lot: 96 - Morse, American Geography, 1789

Morse, Jedidiah. THE AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY; OR A VIEW OF THE PRESENT SITUATION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Elizabethtown: by Kollock, for the Author, 1789. 8vo. xii, 534, [2 errata] pp. + plus one folding map (of Southern states) of two, wanting

Lot: 97 - Moylan, on the Order of the Cincinnati, 1783

[Moylan, Stephen?]. OBSERVATIONS ON A LATE PAMPHLET, ENTITULED, "CONSIDERATIONS UPON THE SOCIETY OR ORDER OF THE CINCINNATI," CLEARLY EVINCING THE INNOCENCE AND PROPRIETY OF THAT HONOURABLE AND RESPECTABLE INSTITUTION. IN ANSWER TO VAGUE CONJECTURES,

Lot: 98 - [Native American & British Treaties, 1795]

A TREATY OF PEACE BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE TRIBES OF INDIANS, CALLED THE WYANDOTS, DELAWARES, SHAWANOES, OTTAWAS, CHIPEWAS, (etc.)…. [Philadelphia: Folwell, 1796]. Extracted from "The Laws of the United States of America."

Lot: 99 - [Native Americans] 19th c. Manuscript

Unpublished 19th century French manuscript on early America. Dr. E. Letersee. LES PREMIERS AMERICANS. N.p. 1875. 8vo. 64 pp. Stitched, leaves near front/rear detached, the whole with age-tone and a bit brittle with marginal chipping.

Lot: 100 - [New York City; St. Nicholas Society, Broadside]

Partially Printed Broadside Signed ("P.G. Stuyvesant" and "Hamilton Fish"), folio (23" x 18"), New York City, February 28, 1835, being an inaugural certificate of membership to the Saint Nicholas Club of New York City. Folded twice, with some toning,

Lot: 101 - [Niagara Falls] Gentleman's Magazine, 1751

THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, AND HISTORICAL CHRONICLE. VOLUME XXI. FOR THE YEAR M.DCC.LI. London: for Edw. Cave, 1751. 8vo, [4], 612, [18] pp, + engraved frontis and 29 plates (9 folding). Full period calf, title label lacking, leather dry and chipped,

Lot: 102 - [NYC, U.S. Senator] Dewitt Clinton, ALS, 1805

Clinton, Dewitt. Autograph Letter Signed, 1 1/4 pp recto and verso, 4to (conjoined address leaf), New York, April 11, 1805, to John Smith, couple of spots, piece missing from address leaf. ************************************ Future NYC mayor

Lot: 103 - [Slavery, Negro Caricature, McLean's Monthly]

McLEAN'S MONTHLY SHEET OF CARICATURE, NO. 60. [London, circa 1834]. Lithograph on folio sheet, heavy stock, measuring 13.75" x 10". Quite clean and Very Good. ********************************** Three political cartoons on one sheet, two commenting on

Lot: 104 - [Railroads] Northern Pacific Map, 1891

"Northern Pacific R. R." St. Paul, Spring and Summer, 1891. Folding map with blue lithographed outer covers, verso with ads, schedules, and other information. Map with states bordered in color. Unfolded measuring 34.75" x 23.5". Excellent condition

Lot: 105 - [Revolutionary War in America]

Garden, Alexander. ANECDOTES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE TALENTS AND VIRTUES OF THE HEROES AND PATRIOTS…. Second Series. Charleston: A. E. Miller, 1828. 8vo. ix, [2, errata], 240 pp. Contemporary red straight-grained morocco

Lot: 106 - [Revolutionary War] London Gazette, 1778

THE LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY. Thursday, October 15, 1778. Folio, [3], [1 blank] pp. Faded water-stain to lower/inner corner, old tax-stamp to lower margin of first page, one small marginal tissue repair (nearly imperceptible), Very Good.

Lot: 107 - [Rhode Island, Textile Ledger, NY Stock Exchange]

Manuscript ledger recording various printed textiles in 1845-46. 23 leaves, disbound, 4to. Chips and stains, many leaves removed, most loose, Fair, as-is. Later used as a scrapbook with numerous clippings laid down to contents including

Lot: 108 - Raynal. Revolution de L'Amerique, 1781

Raynal, M. L'Abbe. REVOLUTION DE L'AMERIQUE. London: Lockyer Davis, 1781. 8vo. xvi, 171, [1] pp. Bound in modern cloth with printed label to spine, two ink-stamps to title, else generally quite clean with some minor foxing or blemishes on occasion.

Lot: 109 - Ronald Reagan. TLS, as President, 1986

Ronald Reagan. 40th President of the United States. Typed Letter Signed. 1 p., 9" x 6.75". On Whiting's Woven Linen, embossed with the Presidential seal. Some toning, light horizontal crease to center, Very Good. ***********************************

Lot: 110 - Rutledge's Defence Against Calumny, 1803

[Rutledge, John]: A DEFENCE AGAINST CALUMNY; OR, HAMAN, IN THE SHAPE OF CHRISTOPHER ELLERY, ESQ. HUNG UPON HIS OWN GALLOWS. BEING THE SUBSTANCE OF CERTAIN PUBLICATIONS, DURING THE LAST AUTUMN, IN THE NEWPORT MERCURY, REFUTING THE ACCUSATION AGAINST

Lot: 111 - [19th c. Caricature, African Americans, a Pair]

Including: *** Hunt (sculp.) after W. Summers. Tregear Black Jokes, "Marriage ala Mode." London, Published by Tregear (Gabriel Shear Tregear), circa 1840. Lithograph in colors. 11.25" x 7.75" (image size). Light soiling and toning, several marginal

Lot: 112 - [Slave Trade in Africa, Pair of Titles]

Including: ** 1: Bigelow, Poultney. WHITE MAN'S AFRICA. NY and London: Harper & Brothers, 1898. 8vo. Publisher's pictorial cloth with light soiling, contents generally clean. Illustrated with numerous plates. ** 2: Stanley, Henry. SLAVERY AND THE

Lot: 113 - Samuel Smith (My Country Tis of Thee) AMS, 1892

Smith, Samuel Francis (1808-1895.) Autograph Manuscript Signed ("S.Fr. Smith") being the second verse of "America" ["My Country 'Tis of Thee"], 1 p, 8vo, n.p., March 25, 1892, on card, some toning and mat residue to top edge.

Lot: 114 - San Diego Zoo archive

Over 20 various items, mainly being typed letters or first-drafts of letters by Belle J. Benchly, known as "The Zoo Lady" who oversaw the expansion of the San Diego Zoo from 1927 until 1953. Along with letters are a rough draft of Zoo News (with

Lot: 115 - [U.S. Military Photography] 19th c.

Group of 3 photographs depicting U.S. military. The larger of the three is noted on the rear (in pencil) as being the 8th Cavalry H.Q. Camp at Hot Springs. The other two seem to depict a military formation in camp (likely 8th Cav. as well), with

Lot: 116 - [New York] ALS, Richard Varick as Mayor, 1790

Autograph letter signed by Richard Varick (1753 - 1831) as mayor of New York City. August 17, 1790. 1 leaf, 12.5" x 7.75". Three horizontal creases, a few closed tears at margins, mild toning. Good. ********************************** The present is a

Lot: 117 - [Virginia, Barbados, Leeward Islands, in 17th c.]

The London Gazette, Numb. 2051, From Monday July 13 to Thursday July 16, 1685. Savoy: Tho. Newcombe, 1685. 11" x 6.5". 2 pp. Marginal fraying, faint crease to center and one short tear. ************************ Containing reports of the proclamation

Lot: 118 - Votes of House of Commons, Slavery, America

Group of three VOTES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. Feb. 7, 1788; April 7, 1788; and July 8, 1788. All 12.5" x 7.5", disbound, clean but one with corner stains and another with early ink inscription, Very Good. Containing, respectively: 165-188; 459-467;

Lot: 119 - [West Virginia, Oil Maps, c. 1850]

A collection of three hand-colored manuscript maps of oil tracts in West Virginia, ink and watercolor on onion-skin linen, c.1850, including: *** "Oil Tract in Gilmer County, W. Va.," 248 x 319 mm, some foxing, creasing, folded, a few short splits.

Lot: 120 - Whittelsey on God and the United States, 1778

Whittelsey, Chauncey. THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGION IN THE CIVIL RULER, CONSIDERED. A SERMON, PREACHED BEFORE THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT, AT HARTFORD, ON THE DAY OF THE ANNIVERSARY ELECTION, MAY 14TH, 1778. BY...PASTOR OF THE FIRST

Lot: 121 - Auden, W.H. City Without Walls [SIGNED]

Auden, W.H. CITY WITHOUT WALLS. London: Faber & Faber, 1969. 8vo hardcover in jacket. Jacket with small stain to lower margin of rear panel, spine panel toned, four leaves of text with square shadow from newspaper clipping having been laid in,

Lot: 122 - Holmes, Oliver Wendell. ALS & AQS, 1892, 1864

Oliver Wendell Holmes. *** Autograph letter signed by Holmes, Boston, Feb. 12, 1892. Approx. 6.5" x 4". To an unnamed friend, to whom he inscribed four lines of poetry, beginning, "Deal gently with us, ye who read!" With creases, mild toning. ***

Lot: 123 - John Masefield, Autograph Manuscript

Masefield, John. Autograph Manuscript of his sonnet On Growing Old. ("Beauty, have pity, for the strong have power, . . . Even the Night will blossom as the rose."), with one revision, 2 pages, oblong 4to. Clean, Very Good. Framed and matted, not

Lot: 124 - Longfellow, Henry W. AQS, 1853

Henry W. Longfellow. Autograph quotation signed. Dated 1853. On watermarked leaf, 7" x 4.5". Some faded marginal staining, two vertical creases. ********************************* Four lines of verse, being the seventh stanza from his poem, A Psalm of

Lot: 125 - Noel Coward. Pair of Typed Manuscripts Signed

Pair of Typed Manuscripts Signed ("Noel Coward"), including: "Mad Dogs and Englishmen," 2 pp. recto and verso, 4to, n.p., n.d., some toning. Matted and framed with portrait to display both sides. Not examined out of frame. >> SOLD WITH <<

Lot: 126 - Oliver Wendell Holmes, 3 AQS

Autograph Quotations Signed ("Oliver Wendell Holmes"), together 3 pp. rectos only, various sizes, Boston, October 31, 1870, December 29, 1879 and May 14, 1885, condition varies. Matted and framed with an original albumen print carte-de-visite

Lot: 127 - [Bindings, Architecture] John Ruskin Collection

Nine volumes uniformly bound in green full calf by Charles Tuckett ("Tuckett Binder to the Queen"). 10.25" x 7". Spines richly gilt, gilt-ruled boards with corner pieces, gilt dentelles, T.E.G., marbled endpapers. Light edgewear with some slight loss

Lot: 128 - [Pres. Binding & ALS; English Author Eliza Cook]

Cook, Eliza. NEW ECHOES AND OTHER POEMS. London, 1864. 6.25" x 4.25". With engraved portrait frontis. Light foxing to portrait and title, binding rubbed and faded, else Very Good. *************************** Presentation copy from the author, Eliza

Lot: 129 - Conrad, Joseph. Lord Jim. 1st Am. Ed.

Conrad, Joseph. LORD JIM. New York: Doubleday & McClure, 1900. 8vo. Publisher's pictorial cloth, spine toned, light wear to corners and spine ends, contents clean, front gutter with evidence of light repair of crack, a Very Good example.

Lot: 130 - Forde. History of Montelion, Knight… 1685

[Ford, Emanuel]. THE FAMOUS HISTORY OF MONTELION, KNIGHT OF THE ORACLE, SON TO THE TRUE MIRROUR OF PRINCES, THE MOST RENOWNED PERSICLES, KING OF ASSYRIA…. London: by W.O. for E. Tracy, [1685 ** Note, British Library catalogue suggests the date

Lot: 131 - [Henry Irving] Watercolor Painting

Watercolor painting of Sir Henry Irving. On thick card stock, 11.5" x 8.25". Very Good.

Lot: 132 - [Music, Engraved] Handel's Judas Macchabaeus

Handel, George Frideric. JUDAS MACCHABAEUS. AN ORATORIO IN SCORE AS IT WAS ORIGINALLY PERFORM'D COMPOSED BY MR. HANDEL WITH HIS ADDITIONAL ALTERATIONS. London: for William Randall successor to the late Mr. J. Walsh, [1769.] Folio (15.5" x 10.75".)

Lot: 133 - [Shakespeare] Beauties of Shakespeare, 1784

Shakespeare, William. THE BEAUTIES OF SHAKESPEARE; SELECTED FROM HIS WORKS. London: G. Kearsley, 1784. 3rd ed. 7" x 4.25". [2], viii, 344 pp., last 3 pages are ads, engraved title. Period vellum over boards, title label chipped, vellum toned, rear

Lot: 134 - [Theatre, Shakespeare] Pair of Broadsides

Pair of 19th c. broadsides advertising plays by Shakespeare: ** 1: Boston Theatre. 1871, announcing performances of Louis XI and Macbeth, starring Walter Montgomery. 18.25" x 6". One horizontal crease, as folded, else clean and Very Good. ** 2: Grand

Lot: 135 - Twain, Mark. Forty-Three Days In An Open Boat

[Mark Twain, et al.] HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, VOLUME 34. DECEMBER, 1866, TO MAY, 1867. 8vo. viii, 816 pp. Contemporary 1/2 morocco over marbled boards, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, marbled endpapers and page-ends, some light edgewear.

Lot: 136 - Twain, Mark. Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson

Twain, Mark (Clemens, Samuel). THE TRAGEDY OF PUDD'NHEAD WILSON. Hartford: American Publishing, 1894. 8vo, original gilt-lettered rust cloth stamped in black and gilt. Light edgewear, mild age-toning to contents, a nice square example, Very Good or

Lot: 137 - [Jesuit Mission in Japan, 1738]

Crasset, Jean. AUSSFUHRLICHE GESCHICHT DER IN DEM AUSSERSTEN WELT-THEIL GELEGENEN JAPONESISCHEN KIRCH. Augsburg: Franz Antoni Alger, 1738. 12.25" x 7.75". 2 parts bound in 1: [24], 534, [2], 559, [1] pp. + 9 engraved plates. Title in red and black,

Lot: 138 - Quarles. Boarnerges and Barnabas, 1671

Quarles, Francis. BOARNERGES AND BARNABAS: JUDGMENT AND MERCY, OR, WINE AND OIL FOR WOUNDED AND AFFLICTED SOULS. London: for Royston, 1671. 12mo. [18], 120, [2], 121-240, [4] pp. including frontis portrait. In two parts, second with separate

Lot: 139 - [Allegory, Drama] Autos Sacramentales, 1717

Calderon de la Barca, Pedro. AUTOS SACRAMENTALES, ALEGORICOS, Y HISTORIALES. Madrid: Manuel Ruiz de Murga, 1717 (vols 1-2, 5-6); Madrid: Manuel Fernandez, 1759 (vols 3-4). 6 volume set, in petite 4to. Engraved portrait frontis, [32], 399, [1]; [4],

Lot: 140 - Joseph Boyse. The Works, 1728

Boyse, Joseph. THE WORKS OF THE REVEREND AND LEARNED MR. JOSEPH BOYSE, OF DUBLIN. BEING A COMPLETE COLLECTION OF ALL THE DISCOURSES, SERMONS, AND OTHER TRACTS... TO WHICH ARE ADDED SEVERAL OTHER SERMONS… NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED. London: John

Lot: 141 - Clark. Marrow of Ecclesiastical History, 1654

Clark, Samuel. THE MARROW OF ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, CONSISTING OF TWO PARTS…. London: by Robert White for William Roybould, 1654 (part 1) and 1650 (part 2). 7" x 5.5". [40], 336, 481-1009, [7]; [20], 267, [11], 168, [8], 169-205, [7] pp.,

Lot: 142 - Minister's Manuscript Commonplace Book, 1805

Minister's commonplace manuscript book. Likely British, 1805-1825. 218 pp. 4to, on laid paper. Period full vellum, vellum quite toned and with loss at head and tail. Contents with mild age-tone, Very Good. ************************* An interesting

Lot: 143 - [Original Translation of Job] Working Manuscript

Original working manuscript of French poetry. French, ca. 1700. 6.5" x 4.25". [1], 3, [1], 4-78, [1] leaves, numbered in ms., also with some corrections tipped in on slips. The whole bound in a vellum manuscript leaf over boards, covers toned and

Lot: 144 - [Emma Crowley] Unpublished MS Poem

[Author Unknown] Unpublished manuscript poem on the death of Emma Crowley (great aunt of the famed occultist Aleister Crowley). Ca. December 1845. Long title reads, "The following stanzas were written on the decease of a dear Friend ("Emma Crowley,"

Lot: 145 - [Missions, Soc. For Promoting Christian Knowledge]

Rivers, Peter. A SERMON PREACHED IN THE PARISH-CHURCH OF CHRIST-CHURCH, LONDON, ON THURSDAY, MAY THE 3D, 1764: BEING THE TIME OF THE YEARLY MEETING OF THE CHILDREN EDUCATED IN THE CHARITY-SCHOOLS, IN AND ABOUT THE CITIES OF LONDON AND WESTMINSTER. BY

Lot: 146 - [Binding] Bible, 1715

THE HOLY BIBLE CONTAINING THE OLD TESTAMENT AND THE NEW. NEWLY TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES AND WITH THE FORMER TRANSLATIONS DILLIGENTLY COMPAR'D & REVIS'D. Edinburgh: James Watson, one of His Majestie's Printers, 1715 (Colophon dated

Lot: 147 - Saint Lawrence Justinian. Opera… 1568

Giustiniano, St. Lorenzo. LAURENTII IUSTINIANI… OPERA, POSTREMA HAC EDITIONE INSIGNIBUS ACCESSIONIBUS LOCUPLETATA…. Lyon: Jacobi Junctae, 1568. 13" x 8.5". [28], 809, [59] pp. Period vellum stamped in blind, title in manuscript to spine,

Lot: 148 - Mansi. Bibliotheca Moralis, 1679-1683

Giuseppe Mansi. LOCUPLETISSIMA BIBLIOTHECA MORALIS PRAEDICABILIS…. Moguntiae: Zubrodt, 1679 - 1683. 4 volume set. 14" x 8.5". [30], 1064, 52, [108]; [16], 9-1090 (lacking p. 1-8), [104], 44; [16], 1132, [92], 56; [16], 1146, [2 blank], [88], 100

Lot: 149 - [Bible Illustration]

THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTAINING THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS. Oxford: University Printers, 1704. 12mo. A-Cc12, Dd4 (wanting all leaves after Dd4), with 76 hand-colored engraved plates on 38 leaves. Text in double columns and ruled in red. Modern full calf,

Lot: 150 - [Bible] King James, 1628

THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTAINING THE OLD TESTAMENT AND THE NEW: NEWY TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES.... London: Bonham Norton and John Bill, 1628. 4to (8.25" x 6.25".) A8, A-Rrr8. [ESTC S124324; Herbert 411] ** [Bound With] ** [The Booke of Common

Lot: 151 - Geneva Bible, Christopher Barker, 1599

THE HOLY BIBLE, THAT IS, THE HOLY SCRIPTURES…. London: Christopher Barker, 1599. 4to (8.25" x 6.25".) [p]4, A-Z8, &6, Aa-Qq8, Aaa-Qqq8, Rrr4. Lacking leaves A2 and Qq8. With woodcut illustrations in-text. **Bound With** THE CL PSALMS OF

Lot: 152 - [Fore-Edge Painting, The Last Supper]

THE HOLY BIBLE. Oxford University Press, n.d. (circa 1900). 8vo. Bound in full green morocco by Zaehnsdorf, all edges gilt, with fore-edge painting under gilt, marbled endpapers, dentelles ruled in gilt. Spine faded and rubbed hinges, Very Good.

Lot: 153 - [Bible, Period Binding]

THE HOLY BIBLE CONTAINING THE OLD TESTAMENT AND THE NEW. London: Charles Bill, 1700. 6" x 3.5". A-Oo12, (wanting additional engraved title?) collation comports with Herbert 853 being an edition dated 1699. **[Bound With]** THE WHOLE BOOK OF PSALMS

Lot: 154 - Geneva Bible, Christopher Barker, 1582

[THE BIBLE TRANSLATED ACCORDING TO THE EBREW AND GREEKE… ] [London: by Christopher Barker, 1582]. 4to. [1, of 48], 435, [4], 441-554 leaves, lacking title and all preliminary leaves with the exception of the "To The Christian Reader" leaf, else

Lot: 155 - [Bible] Sacra Biblia, 1588

SACRA BIBLIA, ACRI STUDIO, AC DILIGENTIA EMENDATA…. Venice: Iolotos (Giolito), 1588. 4to. In 2 parts (OT and NT), [16], 679, [1]; 199, [201] pp. Modern vellum binding in period style. Ink to title, blanks, and a few margins. Title with a few

Lot: 156 - [Manuscript Antiphonale, 1730]

[Manuscript on heavy laid paper] Antiphonale de Sanctis per Totum Annum. Dated 1730. 17" x 11". [2], 207, [4] blank, [6] index pp. (Complete.) In red and black ink. Bound in period blindstamped pig over wooden boards, with clasps, covers soiled and

Lot: 157 - [Bible, Maps, 1683]

THE HOLY BIBLE CONTAINING THE OLD TESTAMENT AND THE NEW, NEWLY TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES…. [Amsterdam], 1683. 14.75" x 9". [28], 710; 108; 248 pp. + 6 engraved folding maps and plans (including world map depicting California as an

Lot: 158 - [King James Bible, 1727]

THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTAINING THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS, NEWLY TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES…. Oxford: John Baskett, 1727. Folio, 17.5" x 11". Collates complete and comports with Herbert 982, except that the present copy contains

Lot: 159 - Foxe's Book of Martyrs, 1576

Foxe, John. ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, CONTAYNING THE ACTES AND MONUMENTS OF THINGES PASSED IN EVERY KINGES TIME… ESPECIALLY IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND…. London: John Daye, 1576. 11.75" x 8.25". 2 volumes bound in one, woodcut illustrations to

Lot: 160 - [Binding, Illustration, Church of England]

THE BOOK OF COMMON-PRAYER, AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE SACRAMENTS, AND OTHER RITES AND CEREMONIES OF THE… CHURCH OF ENGLAND. London: John Baskett, 1724. 5.75" x 3.25". A-N12, O4 + 55 leaves of plates including engraved frontis and title. ** Bound

Lot: 161 - King James Bible, petite set, 1674

THE HOLY BIBLE CONTAINING THE OLD TESTAMENT AND THE NEW…. London: Assigns of Bill and Barker, 1674 (NT title dated 1673). 24mo (4.5" x 2.5"). [Woodcut general title]1, A-Ddd12, bound into 3 volumes, NT with separate title included in signatures.

Lot: 162 - King James Bible, Robert Barker, 1634

THE HOLY BIBLE…. London: Robert Barker, 1634. 4to (8.25" x 6.25".) A8, A-Kkk8, Lll4, wanting A6-8, Oo3, and Yy5-8. With woodcut general and NT titles. ** [Bound With] ** A defective book of common prayer bound at front, lacking pages. ** A

Lot: 163 - [German Protestant Funeral Sermons, 1554]

Stoltz, Johann. Vier Trostpredigten uber den Leichen des Churfuersten zu Sachsen, Hertzogen Johans Fridrichen etc. und seiner Gemahel Hertzogin Sibilla, geborne zu Juelich und Cleue…. [Jena, Christian Rodinger], 1554. 4to (7.75" x 5.75".) [50]

Lot: 164 - 18th c. Manuscript Book, Religious Q & A

18th century English manuscript commonplace book. Disbound 4to (7.5" x 6".) Approx. 93 leaves of manuscript and one blank leaf at end, laid paper. First and final leaves with light soiling/toning and small marginal tears or fraying, else contents

Lot: 165 - Koran in English, 1688

THE ALCORAN OF MAHOMET, TRANSLATED OUT OF ARABICK INTO FRENCH… AND NEWLY ENGLISED. London: Randal Taylor, 1688. 8vo. [20], xviii, [32], 511, [1] pp. Early full speckled calf, smartly rebacked, wear to edges/corners. Contents quite clean and

Lot: 166 - English Hexapla (Wiclif, Tyndale, Cranmer, etc)

THE ENGLISH HEXAPLA, EXHIBITING THE SIX IMPORTANT ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT SCRIPTURES, WICLIF … TYNDALE … CRANMER … GENEVAN … ANGLO-RHEIMISH … AUTHORIZED …. THE ORIGINAL GREEK TEXT AFTER SCHOLZ. London:

Lot: 167 - Stackhouse's History of the Bible, 1742

Stackhouse, Thomas. A NEW HISTORY OF THE HOLY BIBLE, FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE WORLD, TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF CHRISTIANITY. London: Stephen Austen, 1742-1744. Folio (15" x 9.25".) 2 volumes, pagination continuous. With 6 plates only (of 35),

Lot: 168 - [French-Dutch Dictionary, 1762]

Marin, Pieter. DICTIONNAIRE FRANCOIS ET HOLLANDOIS. Amsterdam, Rotterdam: Jan van Eyl, Daniel Beman, 1762. 4th Ed. 4to. 10.75" x 8.5". Engraved frontis + [16], 1208 pp., plus blanks. Period morocco-backed marbled boards quite worn and rubbed, some

Lot: 169 - Bayle's Historical Dictionary, 1765

Bayle, Pierre. EXTRAIT DU DICTIONAIRE HISTORIQUE ET CRITIQUE DE BAYLE. Berlin: Voss, 1765. 2 v. bound in 1. [2], vi, [2], 291, [1]; [2], 413, [1] pp., first volume wanting half-title and portrait frontis. Modern brown buckram, bookplate of David

Lot: 170 - [Ballads, Lyrics] Celebrated English Songs, 1738

THE SYREN, CONTAINING A COLLECTION OF FOUR HUNDRED AND THIRTY OF THE MOST CELEBRATED ENGLISH SONGS. London: John Osborn, 1738. 12mo. [12], 371, [1] pp., lacking leaves 93/94, 145/146, and possibly half-title and some prelims. Bound in modern marbled

Lot: 171 - Fuller. Historie of the Holy Warre, 1639

Fuller, Thomas. THE HISTORIE OF THE HOLY WARRE. Cambridge: Thomas Buck, 1639. 11" x 7.25". Engraved allegorical frontispiece, wanting map and leaf explaining the frontis, else complete including blank leaf 2N6. Period calf boards, rebacked in 19th

Lot: 172 - [Art, Florence] Life of Benvenuto Cellini, 1771

Nugent, Thomas (translator). THE LIFE OF BENVENUTO CELLINI: A FLORENTINE ARTIST… WRITTEN BY HIMSELF. London: Davies, 1771. 2v. 8vo. Portrait frontis, x, 512; [2], 403, [44] pp. Disbound retaining one original calf board (chipped), frontis with

Lot: 173 - Julius Caesar's Wars in Gallia & Pompey, 1695

Edmonds, Clement. THE COMMENTARIES OF C. JULIUS CAESAR, OF HIS WARS IN GALLIA; AND THE CIVIL WARS BETWIXT HIM AND POMPEY. In the Savoy: Edward Jones for Mathew Gillyflower, 1695. 12.25" x 8". [44], 309, [1] pp. + 15 engraved plates including frontis

Lot: 174 - Agricoltura Di M. Giovanni Tatti Lucchese, 1560

Sansovino, Francesco. DELLA AGRICOLTURA DI M. GIOVANNI TATTI LUCCHESE LIBRI CINQUE. Venice: F. Sansovino, 1560. 4to. [4], 187, [1] leaves, lacking leaf 128. Full vellum with title in gilt, light toning and soiling, short 1" split to head of rear

Lot: 175 - [Earl of Malmesbury] The Seasons, 1793

Thomson, James. THE SEASONS. London: T. Longman [et al], 1793. 6,5" x 4". [2], 272 pp. + 4 engraved plates, with half-title. Period black straight-grained morocco ruled in gilt, gilt dentelles, AEG, marbled endpapers, the whole with light

Lot: 176 - [Manuscript Diary of Journey to Scotland, 1805]

"Memoranda of a Journey to Scotland, undertaken partly for the purpose of seeing my relations, and partly for the purpose of taking my sister home, who had been on a visit to [ma?] since August 1804." Liverpool, Dec. 1805 -. Approx. 72 leaves of

Lot: 177 - Macrobius. Opera, 1694

Macrobius (Ambrosius Aurelius Theodosius.) OPERA. ACCEDUNT INTEGRAE ISACII PONTANI, JOH. MEURSII, JACOBI GRONOVII NOTAE & ANIMADVERSIONES. London: T. Dring and C. Harper, 1694. 8vo (7.5" x 4.5".) [32], 451, [3], 459-472, 465-480, 489-491, [57]

Lot: 178 - [Plague in Italy] Broadside, 1611

Broadside. BANDO PER OCCASIONE DI PESTE. Italian. June 16, 1611. On laid paper. 11.5" x 8". Small hole to center removing one letter, large faded water-stain to lower portion. *********************************** Scarce and apparently unrecorded

Lot: 179 - Du Troncy. [Lyon History, Parody]

Du Troncy, Benoit. FORMULAIRE FORT RECREATIF DE TOUS CONTRACTS, DONATIONS, TESTAMENS, CODICILLES ET AULTRES…. [Paris: Techner, 1831]. 12mo. [vii]-xii, 224, [2] pp., wanting any prelims prior to title-page. Period full levant by Koehler, gilt

Lot: 180 - Dickson. Treatise of Agriculture, 1762

Dickson, Adam. A TREATISE OF AGRICULTURE. Edinburgh: A. Donaldson and J. Reid, 1762. 8vo. xvi, 427, [1] pp. + 2 folding plates. Early calf boards, rebacked and re-cornered. Slight edge-tone to first and last few leaves, a few marginal chips without

Lot: 181 - [Bindings, Napoleon]

Collection of fine bindings, books dealing primarily with Napoleon, all 8vo, comprised of the following: ** MEMOIRS OF THE HISTORY OF FRANCE DURING THE REIGN OF NAPOLEON…. London: Colburn, 1823. 2nd ed. With folding maps, facsimiles, and tables.

Lot: 182 - [Napoleon] Napoleon in Exile, 1822

O'Meara, Barry E. NAPOLEON IN EXILE; OR, A VOICE FROM ST. HELENA. London: W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, 1822. 2 vol. in 8vo. xx, 511 pp.; [4], 542 pp. + each volume with frontis, second volume with one additional full-page plate of Napoleon's house,

Lot: 183 - [Law] Tractatus Locati et Conducti, 1586

Carocci, Vencenzo. TRACTATUS LOCATI ET CONDUCTI: IN QUO DE PENSIONIBUS, FRUCTIBUS, CADUCITATIBUS…. Papiae [Pavia]: Bartolum, 1586. 4to. [34], 124 leaves. Period limp vellum with title on spine in manuscript, vellum toned/soiled. Early ink

Lot: 184 - [Michigan Central Railroad] Ledger, 1847

Reed, Samuel Benedict. Cash journal for construction of Michigan Central Railroad west of Kalamazoo. March to December 1847. 43 manuscript pages. 4to, contemporary 1/4 calf, moderate wear, partly disbound; at least 2 manuscript leaves torn out after

Lot: 185 - [Aldus] Lettere Volgari di Diversi, 1564

Manuzio, Paolo and Aldo. LETTERE VOLGARI DI DIVERSI NOBILISSIMI HUOMINI, ET ECCELLENTISSIMI… LIBRO PRIMO [- TERZO]. Venice: Aldus, 1564. 5.75" x 4.25". 3 vol. bound in 1. 141, [3]; 128, [2]; [4], 9-214, [6] leaves. With Aldine anchor devices to

Lot: 186 - [Hawkesworth Baronetcy] Manuscript Pedigree

[Walter Hawkesworth] Manuscript pedigree and letter. Pedigree on laid paper, 10 leaves stitched at upper margin, 14.75" x 12.25". Letter, York, Nov. 25, 1718, 3 pp. 8vo on laid paper (creased and with holes removing a few letters.) Pedigree creased,

Lot: 187 - [Manuscript Commission of Adm. Montmorency]

Manuscript copy of a commission of Charles de Montmorency. Ca. 1607. 7 pp., 4to, on laid paper. Faint horizontal creases and some light soiling to rear blank, Very Good. ****************************************** Charles Montmorency (1537 - 1612),

Lot: 188 - [Boxing] 1860, Heenan vs. Tom Sayers

THE GREAT FIGHT FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. BETWEEN JOHN C. HEENAN "THE BENICIA BOY" & TOM SAYERS "CHAMPION OF ENGLAND." WHICH TOOK PLACE APRIL 17TH, 1860, AT FRAMBOROUGH, ENGLAND. Published by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St. New York (an early

Lot: 189 - Wax Seals of John Dryden & Francis Bacon

Pair of wax seals, cut from document and laid down on card and identified as being the seals of John Dryden and Francis Bacon. As-is, caveat emptor, refer to photos.

Lot: 190 - [Dutch Immigration Prohibition, 1654]

[Broadside]. Ph. Van Valckenissen, ed.; City of Antwerp. "Gheboden ende uyt-gheroepen ... op den 27 iunii, 1654: Men verbiedt ... aen eenen ieghelijcken ... te contrefeyten ... eenighe ommeganghen ghelijck die gheschieden in andere ... Steden" June

Lot: 191 - [Map] Constantinople

Ducheto, Claudio. "Costantinopoli." 1570. Image measures 437mm x 297mm (17" x 11.75"). Frayed upper margin, some light soiling though quite clean and bright overall, three vertical bends (not fully creased), Very Good.

Lot: 192 - [Map] France, 1586

"Nouvelle Description Du Royaulme De France." Paris, par Francois de Gourmont, 1586. Image including heading and lower caption measures 497 x 383mm ( 19.5" x 15"). Several short marginal tears, one pin-hole worm-hole to upper right corner (margin),

Lot: 193 - [Monastic Binding] De Divina Providentia…

Lactantius Domaninius. DE DIVINA PROVIDENTIA SIVE GUBERNATIONE MUNDI…. Veronae: 1596. 12.5" x 8.5". [64], 983 (i.e. 973), [1] pp. Bound in period blind-stamped vellum with title in manuscript to spine, vellum soiled and toned, spine with later

Lot: 194 - Anderson on the Peloponnesus & Greek Islands

Anderson, Rufus. OBSERVATIONS UPON THE PELOPONNESUS AND GREEK ISLANDS, MADE IN 1829. Boston: Crocker and Brewser, 1830. viii, 21-334, [2 ads] pp. + folding map fronits and full-page plan of St. Paul's Bay. Publisher's blue cloth, title label

Lot: 195 - Smith, Eli. Researches in Armenia, 1833

Smith, Eli. RESEARCHES OF THE REV. E. SMITH AND REV. H.G.O. DWIGHT IN ARMENIA: INCLUDING A JOURNEY THROUGH ASIA MINOR, AND INTO GEORGIA AND PERSIA, WITH A VISIT TO THE NESTORIAN AND CHALDEAN CHRISTIANS OF OORMIAH AND SALMAS. Boston: Crocker and

Lot: 196 - Strabo. Della Geografia, 1792

STRABONE DELLA GEOGRAFIA. Rome: Pel Desiderj a S. Antonio de'Portoghesi, 1792. 3 v. in 4to. [4], 336; [4], 332; [4], xx, 96, 105-296 pp. (v. 3 lacking pp. 97-104). Bound in period full vellum with titles in gilt to spines. Vellum lightly toned and

Lot: 197 - [Castle Douglas] Manuscript Documents, Vellum

Collection of manuscript documents, primarily deeds, most dealing with Castle Douglas, in Scotland. Six from the early to mid 1600s (one with wax seal attached), another dated 1707, one Instrument of Sasine dated 1776 with King George III's seal, one

Lot: 198 - [British Merchants] Kingston-Upon Hull, 1787

REMARKS ON A PUBLICATION INTITLED "THE CASE OF THE MERCHANTS, &C, OF THE TOWN OF KINGSTON-UPON-HULL." WITH ADDITIONS. London: by J. Cooper, No. 134, Drury Lane, 1787. 4to, stitched. [2], 37 pp., with folding letterpress table (numbered page 37),

Lot: 199 - [Binding, Illustration]

[Church of England]. THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER…TOGETHER WITH…PSALMS OF DAVID. Cambridge: Joseph Bentham, 1762. 6" x 3.5". Engraved frontis, additional engraved title, A-R12; A12-D12, + 57 engraved plates (of? -- most copies not found with

Lot: 200 - Livingstone's Travels in South Africa, 1857

Livingstone, David. MISSIONARY TRAVELS AND RESEARCHES IN SOUTH AFRICA; INCLUDING A SKETCH OF SIXTEEN YEARS' RESIDENCE IN THE INTERIOR OF AFRICA. London: John Murray, 1857. 8vo. ix, [1], 687, [9] pp. + 28 plates including frontis, several folding

Lot: 201 - Scaliger, Julius Caesar. Poetics Libri Septem,

Scaliger, Julius Caesar. POETICES LIBRI SEPTEM: … HISTORICUS … HYLE … IDEA … PARASCEVE … CRITICUS … HYPERCRITICUS … EPINOMIS, AD SYLVIUM FILIUM. [Lyon]: Antonium Vincentium, 1561. 12.5" x 8". [12], 364, [36] pp.

Lot: 202 - [British Law, Acts, 18th C.]

Bound volume of 18th century British Acts, primarily under the reign of George III, with early manuscript additions bound in throughout and with extensive marginal notes in manuscript. London, 1773 (most), 1777, 1755. 12.5" x 7.5". Including: *** "An

Lot: 203 - [Cooking, Recipes, circa 1840]

19th c. manuscript cookbook, containing approx. 67 pages of recipes. 12.5" x 8". Bound in vellum boards, spine-strip absent, boards nearly detached, soiled. Contents with some soiling and staining in places, with signs of average use.

Lot: 204 - Leybourn's Compleat Surveyor, 1657

Leybourn, William. THE COMPLEAT SURVEYOR, CONTAINING THE WHOLE ART OF SURVEYING OF LAND. London: Leybourn for Sawbridge, 1657. 10.75" x 7". Engraved portrait frontis, [12], 92, 177-308, [2 blank] pp. Pagination erratic but complete with text in four

Lot: 205 - [Portugal, Military Interest, 1623]

Nuno Alvares Pereira. CHRONICA DO CODESTABRE DE PORTUGAL…. Lisbon: Antonio Alvarez, 1623. 10.5" x 6.75". [4], 41, 44-48, 50-60, 62-73 leaves (i.e. lacking text leaves G6, H1, I1, and all leaves following final text leaf, index?). Period full

Lot: 206 - [English Law, 16th century]

Fitzherbert, Anthony. LA NOVEL NATURA BREVIUM…. London: Wight and Norton, 1598. 8vo. [32], 271 pp., final blank lacking. Later calf boards, rebacked, wear/loss to edges. Title toned, damp-stains to section of leaves near end, a couple of small

Lot: 207 - Voyages & Distresses of Capt. Winterfield, 1802

Capt. Winterfield. THE VOYAGES, DISTRESSES AND ADVENTURES OF CAPT. WINTERFIELD. WRITTEN BY HIMSELF. London: Ann Lemoine, 1802. 12mo, disbound. Engraved frontis, [2], 5-38 pp. Minor stains to title and frontis, mild and consistent age-toning, frontis

Lot: 208 - Archive of Correspondence from English Merchant

Collection of 17 autograph letters from Arthur to Mrs. Jane Lampard (presumably his wife) in Surrey, England. Dated late 1890s and early 1900s. Most with accompanying envelopes (many torn, chipped; letters themselves very good.) Most letters are many

Lot: 209 - [Battle of St. Lucia, London Chronicle, 1779]

THE LONDON CHRONICLE. VOL. XLV. NO 3480. FROM TUESDAY, MARCH 23, TO THURSDAY, MARCH 25 1779. 11.25" X 8.5". 281-288 pp. Mild age-tone, light and faded water-stains, one leaf with old tax stamp, Good+. ************************** Includes long and

Lot: 210 - [Judaica] Pair of WWII era Pamphlets

Pair of pamphlets, both quite scarce, including: Namier, L.B. THE JEWISH PROBLEM RE-ARGUED / A PALESTINE STATE THE ONLY SOLUTION. "Reprinted from The Manchester Guardian, Tuesday, Nov. 16, 1943." No date [ca. 1943]. 4to, 4 pp. Crease to center and

Lot: 211 - [Queen Victoria, Illustration, 1842]

QUEEN VICTORIA IN SCOTLAND 1842. London, Edinburgh, Glasgow; Black, Finlay, and John Murray, [ca. 1842]. Folio, 13.5" x 10". Complete with 19 plates including titles. Morocco-backed pictorial paper boards, with toning, foxing and light wear. Contents

Lot: 212 - Holinshed's Chronicles of England, Scotland -1577

Holinshed, Raphael. [CHRONICLES OF ENGLAND, SCOTLANDE, AND IRELANDE….] [London, 1577]. 11.75" x 8". Disbound substantial fragment, being pages 305 - 1872 (lacking 3 leaves, misnumbering). 4 leaves with chips removing a few lines of text,

Lot: 213 - [Medicine: Stoll on Treating Fevers, 1788]

Stoll, Maximilianus. APHORISMI DE COGNOSCENDIS ET CURANDIS FEBRIBUS. Lugduni Batavorum: Apud Abrahamum et Janum Honkoop, 1788. 8vo. [8], 222 pp. In period paper wrappers with some tears and chips. Ink-stamp to title, half-title with corner chip, a

Lot: 214 - [Medicine] Wetsch. Medicina ex Pulsu, 1770

Wetsch, Ignaz Joseph. MEDICINA EX PULSU, SIVE SYSTEMA DOCTRINAE SPHYGMICAE. Vienna: Rudolph Graeffer, 1770. 8vo. xxxvi, [4], 268, [22] pp. + folding plate. Engraved title vignette and other woodcuts to text. Period decorative paper over thin boards,

Lot: 215 - Bacon, Francis. Historia Naturalis, 1638

Bacon, Francis. FRANCISCI DE VERULAMIO HISTORIA NATURALIS ET EXPERIMENTALIS DE VENTIS ETC. Lugduni Batavorum: Hegerum et Hackium, 1638. 4" x 2.5". [28], 340, 32 pp., including engraved title-page. Decorative woodcuts in-text. Bound in period vellum

Lot: 216 - Albinius. De Natura Hominis Libellus. 1775

Albinius, Fridericus Bernardus. DE NATURA HOMINIS LIBELLUS. Lugduni Batavorum: Petrum Delfos, June 1775. 8vo. viii, [ii], 259, [39] pp., including errata leaf at end. Period full calf, spine lifting away and front board held by cords, general wear

Lot: 217 - [Medicine, Lot of 5]

1: Gerard Baron Van Swieten. VERKLAARINGEN DER KORTE STELLINGEN VAN HERMAN BOERHAAVE. Amsterdam, 1790. 2nd vol. of 3rd part. Light wear, contents clean, Very Good. **** 2: Hijmans. GRONDBEGINSELEN VAN EENE ALGEMEENE PHYSIOLOGIE, OF NATUURKUNDE VAN

Lot: 218 - Leeuwenhoek. Epistlolae Physiologicae, 1719

Leeuwenhoek, Antoni Van. EPISTOLAE PHYSIOLOGICAE SUPER COMPLURIBUS NATURAE ARCANIS. Delft: Adrianum Beman, 1719. Small 4to. [22], 446, [26] pp., + 31 engraved plates, wanting the engraved half-title leaf, with errata on final leaf verso. Early calf

Lot: 219 - Harris. Description… of the Globes, 1763

Harris, Joseph. THE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF THE GLOBES, AND THE ORRERY… TO WHICH IS PREFIXED… A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM. London: for B. Cole, 1763. 9th ed. 8vo. viii, 220, [4, directions to binder, ads] pp. + 7 folding engraved

Lot: 220 - [Manuscript, Medicine] Elementa Chirurgiae

J[ean] M[arie] Baud. ELEMENTA CHIRURGIAE DICTATA A DOCTISSIMMO, EXPERTISSIMO… [Louvain], 1827-9. 8vo (8.5" x 4.75"). Pages numbered in manuscript, in two parts: 165 (i.e. 166), 302 (i.e. 300), + [15, notes] pp. Period red morocco over boards,

Lot: 221 - [Medicine, Lot of 3]

*** 1: PRECIS ICONOGRAPHIQUE DE MEDECINE OPERATOIRE…. Paris, 1854. 8vo. With a profusion of color lithographed plates throughout. Original cloth faded and worn, binding loosening, some water-stains near front, some light foxing. Good. *** 2:

Lot: 222 - [Science, Medicine, Lot of 14]

Collection of 19th/20th c. medical works, primarily 20th c. offprints, including: *** Pool. CHRESTOMATHIA CELESIANA. Lugd. Bat. & Amsterdam, 1832. Publisher's wrappers, Very Good. *** Blackett. COSMIC RAYS, BEING THE HALLEY LECTURE DELIVERED ON 5

Lot: 223 - [Science, Lots of 3]

*** 1: Pauling, Linus. THE NATURE OF THE CHEMICAL BOND. Ithaca, 1960. 8vo hardcover. Very Good. SIGNED by author. *** 2: Thomson, J. J. THE CORPUSCULAR THEORY OF MATTER. NY, 1907. 8vo hardcover, Very Good. *** De Vries, Hugo. INTRACELLULAR

Lot: 224 - Bossut's History of Mathematics, 1803

Bossut, John (i.e. Charles.) A GENERAL HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES, TO THE MIDDLE OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH…. London: for J. Johnson, 1803. 8vo. xxvi, 540, [4] pp. Modern paper over boards, printed

Lot: 225 - [Neurology] Thomas Willis, Opera Omnia, 1682

Willis, Thomas. THOMAE WILLIS MED DOCT. OPERA OMNIA. Amsterdam: Wetstenium, 1682. 4to. In 6 parts: Engraved portrait frontis, engraved title, [14, of 16], 182, [4], 123, [1], [4], 146, [6], [4], 41, [11], 210, [16], 295, [6] p., + 37 plates, 10 of

Lot: 226 - Martin. Gentleman & Lady's Philosophy, 1772

Martin, Benjamin. THE YOUNG GENTLEMAN AND LADY'S PHILOSOPHY, IN A CONTINUED SURVEY OF THE WORKS OF NATURE AND ART; BY WAY OF DIALOGUE. London: W. Owen, 1772. Second ed. 8vo. 2 vol. [1], 408, [20]; [8], 416, [16] pp + 2 engraved frontispieces and 50

Lot: 227 - [Geometry, Mathematics, A Pair, 1800]

A pair, including: **** Vince, Rev. S. THE PRINCIPLES OF FLUXIONS: DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF STUDENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY. Cambridge, 1800. Second ed. 8vo. [4], 247, [1] pp., wanting half-title. Modern paper over boards, quite clean overall with a few

Lot: 228 - [Astronomy. Edmund Halley & John Flamsteed]

PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS. NUMB. 162. AUG. 20, 1684. Oxford: a the Theater, 1684. 4to in modern paper wrappers. Folding plate, 671-710 pp. Some foxing and light toning, short closed marginal tear to plate, else Very Good.

Lot: 229 - [War, France, Beer] Exchequer Receipts, 1696-1716

Three partially printed Exchequer receipts, including a receipt for funds "Lent unto Their Majesties... for Carrying on a Vigorous War against France" (dated 1696), and two for duties paid on beer, ale, and other liquor (dated 1715 and 1716.) Each

Lot: 230 - [Typhus Fever, Yankee Stowaway, Chile] MS 1861

Manuscript letter on paper, dated Nov. 20, 1861. 4 pp. 7.2" x 4.5". Faint creases, a couple of small marginal tears and chip, final page with blemish (refer to photos). ************************* Lengthy letter from J. R. Thomas, addressed to "My dear

Lot: 231 - Manuscript Tavern/Pub Song, 1782

Manuscript song on single sheet of laid paper. "Marston Cave: Or John and Isabella. A Song." August 20, 1782. 11" x 7.5". Creases visible on blank verso, some light soiling and fraying/tearing at edges, Good or better. ********************* A

Lot: 232 - 19th c. Commonplace Book

Early 19th century disbound commonplace book. Folio. Includes lengthy manuscript entries, many being manuscript copies of articles or stories from Monthly Magazine and similar publications: Indian Jugglers, Ireland, The Eye, Steam Engine, Ancient

Lot: 233 - [Advertising, Henry Irving]

Ad for Beecham's Patent Pills, late 19th century, depicting stage actor Henry Irving. "To Beecham or not to Beecham?" 13.5" x 9.5". Cut from a British periodical with articles and ads to verso. Some light foxing, one very short closed tear to margin.

Lot: 234 - [19th c. commonplace book, MS Poetry, etc.]

19th c. ledger used as commonplace book. Signed in back in pencil by E.A. Cushing. 16" x 7". 21 leaves, some leaves torn out. Binding with tears and general wear, contents clean overall, Good. ********************** Containing manuscript poetry and

Lot: 235 - [Ornithology Plates, by Keulmans, 1869-93]

Collection of 128 color lithographed plates, from Ibis publications dated 1869, 1874, 1880, 1883-85, 1889, and 1891-93. 8vo in size, most Very Good in condition, and handful with some toning. Most are by John Gerrard Keulmans.

Lot: 236 - Rosa Bonheur's "Horse Fair", litho, 1887

After Rosa Bonhuer. HORSE FAIR. 1887. Color lithograph, taken from the supplement to Judge Christmas publication in 1887. Image 18.5" x 9", as framed, frame measuring 21.5" x 14.75". Horizontal crease slightly visible to the whole, vertical crease to

Lot: 237 - Clarkson, Willy. Watercolor, ca. 1910

Clarkson, Willy (1861-1934.) Female American Indian, watercolor on paper board, 12.25" x 9.75". Some soiling and toning/foxing to margins, chipping to corners. With Clarkson's stamp, lower right. ***************************** William "Willy" Clarkson

Lot: 238 - Holbein, Hans. Original Drawings, 1884

Holbein, Hans; Lodge, Edmund; Bartolozzi, Francis. FACSIMILES OF ORIGINAL DRAWINGS BY HANS HOLBEIN, IN THE COLLECTION OF HIS MAJESTY…. London: Hamilton, Adams, 1884. 14.75" x 10.5". Containing 90 color plates with accompanying text. Period

Lot: 239 - [Miniature Books, Group of 3]

Group of three miniature books, including: ** THE NEW TESTAMENT. Glasgow: David Bryce, 1895. 18 x 15mm book, in metal locket with magnifying glass. Locket tarnished, else Very Good. ** Illustrated Miniature Bible. THE HOLY BIBLE.... Glasgow: David

Lot: 240 - [Art] Dubreuil on Perspective, 1765

Dubreuil, Jean. THE PRACTICE OF PERSPECTIVE… REPRESENTING NATURAL OBJECTS ACCORDING TO THE RULES OF ART. London: for John Bowles, 1765. 4to (10" x 7.75".) with 2 folding plates and 150 full-page plates with accompanying text. Period speckled

Lot: 241 - [Color Lithograph, Music, Maritime]

THE ATLANTIC'S RETURN, SCHOTTISCH. New York: Jaques & Brother, n.d. [circa 1851.] 5 pp. including color lithograph (blank verso) and 4 pages of engraved music, being a song under the same title, arranged for the piano by Johann Munck. Dedicated

Lot: 242 - [Theatre] Flying Dutchman broadside, 1828

[Theatre Broadside] FLYING DUTCHMAN! OR, THE PHANTOM SHIP!! Exeter: Trewmans, Printers, [1828]. 16.5" x 10.5". Two small holes and one small ink-stain, faint horizontal fold, else Very Good. *************************** Advertisement for the




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