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EDINBURGH Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps and Photographs

Wednesday 4th May 2011 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh


Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps and Photographs including

Books from The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Wednesday 4th May 2011 at 11am Sale Number LT313

Viewing Sunday 1st May 2pm - 5pm Monday 2nd May 10am - 5pm Tuesday 3rd May 10am - 5pm Morning of Sale from 9am Specialists Simon Vickers simon.vickers@lyonandturnbull.com Alex Dove alex.dove@lyonandturnbull.com

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Order of Sale

Lots

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ART & ARCHITECTURE

20-33

ATLASES, MAPS & PRINTS

34-37

CONTINENTIAL

38-55

HERALDRY BOOKS & WORKS OF ART FROM THE COLLECTION OF IAN HARKNESS

56-67

HISTORY & MILITARY

68-85

LITERATURE

86-88

LEGAL

89-106

MANUSCRIPTS

107-117

MISCELLANEOUS

118-130

NATURAL HISTORY

131-197

BOOKS FROM THE LIBRARY OF BEMERSYDE HOUSE, THE HOME OF EARL HAIG

198-204

PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION

205-209

PHOTOGRAPHY

210-240

PRIVATE PRESS, ILLUSTRATED & BINDINGS

241-242

ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS

243-247

SPORT

248-265

TRAVEL & TOPOGRAPHY

266-481

BOOKS FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND

IMAGES AND CONDITION REPORTS For images showing the condition of lots please view our fully illustrated on-line catalogue at www.lyonandturnbull.com COLLATION If on collation any NAMED item in this catalogue proves defective, in text or illustration, the buyer may reject the lot provided he returns it within 21 days of the sale stating the defect in writing (see Important Information for Buyers). BUYER’S PREMIUM 25% up to £25,000 / 20% thereafter. VAT at the appropriate rate is charged on the premium (see our Terms and Conditions of Sale). 3


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ART & ARCHITECTURE 1 Architecture — Cicognara, Leopoldo Le fabbriche piu cospicue di Venezia. Venice, 1820. First edition, folio, volume 2 only, contemporary half morocco, worn, hinges cracking, lacking front free endpaper; Greber, Jacques L’architecture aux Etats-Unis. Paris, 1920. 4to, 2 volumes, frontispieces, plates, original paper wrappers, wrapper of volume 2 torn, interior clean; Gillespie, James Details of Scottish domestic architecture. Edinburgh: George Waterston, 1922. Folio, original cloth gilt; Nicoll, James Domestic architecture in Scotland. Aberdeen, 1908. 4to, original green cloth gilt; Lutyens, Sir Edward Houses & Gardens. London: Country Life, 1925. Third impression, folio, original red cloth gilt, lacking dustwrapper; McKim, Mead & White A monograph of the work of... New York, [no date]. Folio, 2 volumes, loose in portfolios; and another volume (9) £200-300 2 Architecture Reference A collection of 19 modern books on architecture, all 4to, to include Soros, Susan Weber E.W. Godwin... New York, 1999. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Loukomski, Georges Charles Cameron. London, 1943. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper, wrapper torn at edges with

tape repairs; Snodin, Michael Karl Friedrich Schinkel. London, 1991. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Goy, Richard Florence, the city and its architecture. London, 2002. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Davey, Peter Arts and crafts architecture. London, 1995. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Herbert, Tony & Huggins, Kathryn The decorative tile. London, 2000. 4to, original soft covers; and 13 other 4to volumes on architecture (19) £150-200 3 Art & Printing Reference A collection of 26 volumes, to include Oswald, John Clyde A history of printing. New York, 1928. 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper, bookplate of John Blackie; Horne, Alan The dictionary of 20th century British book illustrators. Woodbridge, 1994. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; The Studio The art of the book. London, 1914. 4to, original wrappers; Meynall, Francis Fleuron anthology. Toronto, 1973. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Quayle, Eric The collector’s book of books. London, 1971. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Williamson, Hugh Methods of book design. London, 1956. 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper, chipped; and 20 others (26) £250-350


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4 Art Reference A collection of 22 modern volumes, to include Adler, Kathleen, et al. Americans in Paris 1860-1900. London, 2006. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Campbell, Colin The art of William Nicholson. London, 2004. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Gunnarsson, Torsten Nordic landscape painting in the nineteenth century. New Haven, 1998. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Murray-Oliver, Anthony Augustus Earle in New Zealand. Christchurch, 1968. Oblong 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Phillips, Barty Tapestry. London, 1994. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; De Hamel, Christopher A history of illuminated manuscripts. London, 1994. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; NMS Beyond the palace walls. Edinburgh, 2006. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Kalter, J. Uzbekistan. London, 1997. 4to, orignal soft covers; and 14 others on art (22) £200-300 5 Audsley, George Ashdown The ornamental arts of Japan. London: Sampson Low, 1882. Folio, 4 volumes, 105 plates, 70 in colour, original cloth folios, rebacked, leaves loose, edges chipped [mainly to text leaves], foxing. Sold not subject to return. £200-300 6 Audsley, George Ashdown & William James Polychromatic decoration as applied to buildings in the mediaeval styles. London, 1882. First edition, folio, 36 chromolithograph plates in colour and gold, original brown cloth gilt, rubbing to edges, chipped at head and tail, tear to backstrip, gutta percha perished [leaves loose], foxing to half title and contents page but plates clean; Byron, G.G.N., Lord The prisoner of Chillon... London, 1865. 4to, illustrated by W. & G. Audsley, 20 chromolithograph leaves decorated in colour and gold, original decorative cloth gilt, boards loose, backstrip torn, gutta percha perished, leaves loose, some foxing; Audsley, W. & G. Handbook of Christian symbolism. London, [1865]. Small 4to, frontispiece, 7 chromolithograph plates, original decorative gilt, rubbed, hinges split, backstrip torn, foxing; [Idem] The sermon on the Mount. London, [1861]. Folio, illustrated by W. & G. Audsley & Charles Rolt, frontispiece, chromolithograph throughout, orginal decorative cloth gilt, rubbed at edges, worn at corners, gutta percha perished, leaves loose, tears to some edges (4) £250-350 See colour illustration on page 65 7 Billings, Robert William The baronial and ecclesiastical antiquities of Scotland. Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood, [c.1840]. 4to, 4 volumes, engraved titles, engraved plates, contemporary half red morocco gilt, rubbed at edges, staining and foxing (4) £100-150

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8 Bronsted, P.O. The bronzes of Siris. London: The Society of Dilettanti, 1836. Folio, 6 plates, 2 vignettes [title and colophon], original cloth backed boards, lacking backstrip, upper board loose, bookplate £100-150 9 Carpets — Kendrick, A.F. & C.E.C. Tattersall Hand-woven carpets. London: Benn, 1922. 2 volumes, 4to, limited to 1000 copies, plates, original cloth, covers slightly marked £150-200 10 Chernyshev, Nikolai Mikhailovich 12 litografii [12 lithographs]. [Moscow?, 1920-21]. 8vo, number 19 of 25 copies, 12 lithographs (various sizes), letterpress title, all loose in original printed paper portfolio, some chipping to edges Note: Rare. Chernyshev was a member of the artists’ and poets’ group Makovets. £800-1,200 11 No lot

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12 Gray, Alasdair Portrait of a girl sitting by a window, line drawing in pen, approx. 50 by 62cm, stained at upper left edge, framed and glazed £150-200 13 Hogarth, William — Trusler, Rev. John The works of William Hogarth... London: printed for J. Goodwin, 1827. New edition, 4to, 2 volumes, 158 engraved plates [including portrait frontispiece], contemporary half morocco gilt, rubbed, upper board of volume II loose (2) £150-200 14 Indian Art & Tibet A large collection of modern volumes on Indian art and Tibet, to include Hooker, Sir J. Himalayan journals. London, 1893. Second edition, 8vo, presention copy from Hyacinth Hooker, original cloth gilt; Bell, Sir Charles Portrait of the Dalai Lama. London, 1946. 8vo,

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original red cloth gilt, faded; Clarke, John Tibet, caught in time. Reading, 1997. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Aris, Michael The raven crown, the origins of Buddhist monarchy in Bhutan. London, 1994. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Zebrowski, Mark Deccani painting. London, 1983. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Archer, Mildred Early views of India. London, 1980. 4to, original cloth,. dustwrapper, faded; Chakravarty, Kalyan Kumar Orchha. New Delhi, 1984. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Singh, Madanjeet Ajanta. Lausanne, 1965. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; Khandalavala, Karl Pahari miniature paintings from the N.C. Mehta collection. Ahmedabad, [no date]. 4to, original cloth; de Silva, R. K. Early prints of Ceylon 1800-1900. London, 1985. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; and a quantity of other modern 4to volumes on Indian art (quantity) £400-600 15 Pontifex, William — Whittow, Benjamin Nineteen early 19th century etched and engraved copper plates, with landscape views, each approx. 10 by 14cm, 12 by 20cm, some engraved on both sides (19) £100-150


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16 Ruskin, John Examples of the architecture of Venice. Orpington: George Allen, 1887. Folio, 16 plates, loose in cloth folio with text, original paper wrappers, torn at edges, some soiling to edge of plates, lacking ties from cloth folio [Abbey Travel 174]; [Idem] The poetry of architecture. Orpington: George Allen, 1893. 8vo, colour frontispiece, 14 photogravure plates, contemporary half vellum gilt, backstrip soiled, endpapers browned, interior clean (2) Provenance: Robert Ellis Cunliffe, bookplate. £250-350 17 Silver — Burlington Fine Arts Club Exhibition of a collection of silversmiths’ work of European origin. London: Burlington Fine Arts Club, 1901. Folio, 120 plates, uncut, original cloth gilt, some fading to backstrip, some light foxing to endpapers; Cust, Lionel Anthony van Dyck, an historical study. London: George Bell and Sons, 1900. Folio, frontispiece, full morocco gilt by Birdsall & Son, inlaid initials of Sir J.H.B. Noble to upper board, silk endpapers, t.e.g., fading to backstrip, interior clean (2) £200-300 18 Thorwaldsen, Alberto — Missirini, Melchior Intera collezione di tutte le opere inventate e scolpite dal Cav. Alberto Thorwaldsen. Rome: Pietor Aureli, 1832. 2 volumes in one, folio, engraved portrait &125 engraved plates, comprising 115 engraved plates, and bis plates 22, 25, 53, 66, 96, 98 and 3 for 113, no plate 34, lacking bis plate 92, contemporary half russia, t.e.g., spine gilt, slightly spotted, some inkstaining of upper corner in volume 2 £200-300 19 Winsten, Clare — Gandhi, Mahatma & Shaw, George Bernard Oil on canvas, signed by the artist, glazed in a gilt frame, size of image 74 by 100cm, size overall 102 by 129cm Note: The artist Clare Winsten (1894-1989) was a student of Henry Tonks at the Slade School of Art from 1910-12, and part of the generation that included Bomberg, Gertler, and Dora Carrington. Clare Winsten was invited to paint Mahatma Gandhi when he came over to attend the Round Table Conference in 1931. This was one of three such conferences organised by the British Government in 193032 to discuss the future of India. Gandhi attended in 1931 as the the sole representative of the Indian National Congress. It is thought this painting was done at a later date, there are no records of Ghandi and Shaw sitting together for a portrait.

ATLASES, MAPS & PRINTS 20 Arctic Regions — Royal Scottish Geographical Society Very large manuscript map of the Arctic regions, c. 1890, stamped “RSGS” to rear, approx. 330cm by 302cm, on rollers, heavily torn along upper edge £200-300 21 Armstrong, Mostyn John An actual survey of the great post-roads between London and Edinburgh. London: printed for and sold by the author, 1776. 8vo, general map frontispiece, engraved title, 44 maps, hand coloured in outline, modern half calf gilt, replacement endpapers, some light spotting £200-300 22 Blaeu, J. Twee-dail with the sherifdome of Etterick-Forrest called also Selkirk. [Amsterdam. c.1654]. Approx. 50 by 60cm, hand coloured, framed and double glazed, previous fold, some fading; Clark, J. The town of Greenock. London, 1824. Later printing, hand coloured, approx. 44 by 59cm, framed and glazed, trimmed to plate mark, repairs to upper edge, faded; Clark, J. Lanark. London, 1825. Hand coloured, approx. 39.5 by 57.5cm, mounted within plate mark [possibly trimmed], browning to edges, framed and glazed; and 3 other Clark views of Dundee [faded], Lanark and Peebles [foxed] (6) £200-300 23 Blaeu, J. Moravia. [Amsterdam, c.1654]. Approx. 44 by 55cm, hand coloured, text on verso, previous fold, framed and glazed; [Idem] Abedonia & Banfia. [Amsterdam. c.1654]. Approx. 45 by 58cm, hand coloured, text on verso, previous fold, framed and glazed (2) £150-250 24 Blaeu, J. Twee-dail with the sherifdome of Etterick-Forrest called also Selkirk. [Amsterdam, c.1654]. Approx. 49 by 59cm, hand coloured in outline, text on reverse, previous fold, repairs at base of fold, framed and glazed; [Idem] Sterlin-shyr. [Amsterdam, c.1654] Approx. 48 by 59cm, hand coloured in outline, text on reverse, previous fold, framed and glazed (2) £150-250

This painting is being sold by a direct descendent of the artist. £1,000-1,500

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25 Camden, William Britannia, or a chorographical description of Great Britain and Ireland. London: J. & J. Knapton, [1722]. Second edition, 2 volumes, folio, edited by Edmund Gibson, titles printed in red and black, 9 plates, 47 (of 51) double-page engraved maps (including 38 county maps) mounted on guards, illustrations, 1 full-page, contemporary calf, slight dampstaining in volume 2, mostly marginal, neatly rebacked, spines gilt, several corners neatly repaired £800-1,200 26 Forrest, William The county of Lanark. Edinburgh,1816. Two sheets, each approx. 94 by 155cm, hand coloured, linen backed, contemporary green morocco slipcase, some rubbing to edges of case £150-250

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27 Jansonnius, J. Persia, sive sophorum regnum. [?Amsterdam, undated], 36.5 by 48cm, no text on verso, spotted; Ortelius, A. Persici sive sophorum regni typus. 35 by 50cm, some hand-colouring, Latin text on verso, some discolouration and spotting; Speed, John The kingdome of Persia. G. Humble, 1626, 41 by 53cm, engraved map with modern hand-colouring, English text on verso (3) £400-600 28 Munster, Sebastian View of Edinburgh from Leith, woodcut, approx. 27 by 20cm, framed and glazed £100-150


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29 Perthshire — Stobie, James The counties of Perth and Clackmannan. London, 1783. Large folding map on linen, hand-coloured in outline, inset views of Atholl House, Taymouth, Castle Huntly, Dunkeld, Doune Gastle, Keir & Gartmore, on two sheets, contemporary half calf, lower corner [c.42 by 42cm] cut away £150-200

30 Roy, William The military antiquities of the Romans in Britain. London: W. Bulmer, 1793. First edition, large folio, 51 engraved maps and plates, a few folding, contemporary calf, neatly rebacked, spine gilt, corners worn £400-600

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CONTINENTIAL 34 Daudet, Ernest Les bourbons et la Russie. Paris, [no date]. 8vo, vellum backed boards; Saint-Bonnet, B. De la restauration Francaise. Paris, 1831. 8vo, half title, contemporary morocco backed boards, foxing; Chuquet, Arthur Paris en 1790. Paris, 1896. 8vo, vellum backed boards; Aulard, F.U. Les orateurs de la legislative et de la convention. Paris, 1885. 8vo, 2 volumes, morocco backed cloth; and a quantity of other French volumes, 19th and 20th century, all 8vo (quantity) £250-350 35 Maffei, Giovanni Pietro Historiarum Indicarum libri XVI. Caen: J. Mangeant, 1614. Small 8vo (16.6 by 10.1cm), title with woodcut device, contemporary mottled calf gilt with coat-of-arms of a French bishop to sides, flat spine richly gilt, gilt edges, a few headlines and page numbers slightly shaved, some preliminary leaves with dampstain, some light spotting, edges and extremities of binding somewhat worn Note: Sabin 43774. £300-500 36 Martelloti, Francesco Institutiones linguae Arabicae. Rome: Stefano Paolini, 1620. 4to, woodcut initials and head/ tailpieces, 18th century calf, rubbed at edges, upper hinge cracking, lacking signature Cc [pp.201-208], closed tear to D4 [repaired], title stained 31

31 Scotland Reports upon the boundaries of the several cities, burghs and towns in Scotland in respect to election of members to serve in parliament. [Edinburgh], 1832. 4to, 71 maps [all towns represented in index], hand coloured in outline, original boards, rebacked in cloth, new label, offsetting to maps £600-800 32 Slezer, John The prospect of Dunkeld; The prospect of the town of Hamilton; The channery town of Ross, all engraved by John Slezer, hand coloured, handsomely mounted and framed (3) £200-300 33 Thomson, John 81 maps from Thomson’s Atlas of Scotland, hand coloured in outline, each approx 56 by 74cm, majority torn and dustmarked, 8 maps pasted down onto board. Sold not subject to return. £300-500

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Note: Martelloti deployed his extensive knowledge of Arabic grammarians to deliver this comprehensive and tripartite (de litteris; de dictionibus simplicibus; de oratione) overview. This is an advanced grammar in which syntax is discussed at length and in the manner of the Arab grammarians. Provenance: Richard Bentley (1662-1742), the classical scholar, signature on title-page. The library of the Earls of Macclesfield, removed from Shirburn Castle, bookplate. £150-250 37 Plutarch Le vite di Plutarcho vulgare, novamente impresse, et historiate. [Venice: Nicolo Zoppino, 1525]. 4to, 2 volumes, volume I title with woodcut illustration, volume II title in red and black, woodcut illustrations throughout, lacking final blank, 20th century calf gilt in period style, replacement endpapers, rubbing to hinges, last leaf of volume I repaired [some loss to text], some light staining (2) £800-1,200


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HERALDRY BOOKS & WORKS OF ART FROM THE COLLECTION OF IAN HARKNESS Ian Harkness once wrote, “heraldry is not simply a subject of medieval history, but is as alive and meaningful today as it has ever been.” Heraldry was Ian’s lifelong passion. Over the years he not only amassed an extensive library of books on the subject (as seen in the following section), but he also produced an impressive amount of his own work, particularly relating to Cumbria and its churches. Ian was recognised among his peers as one of the most knowledgeable experts in this field, and he was often called upon to share his knowledge, which he did with great enthusiasm. It was Ian’s wish that his collection of books should continue to be used and appreciated by people with an interest in heraldry.

38 Bedford, Rev. W.K. Riland The blazon of episcopacy. London, 1858. 8vo, half title, chromo title, plates, original blindstamped cloth, rubbed, hinges splitting, replacement endpapers, tape repairs to title, bookplate; [Hogg, James] The raid of the Kers. London: printed by Thomas Kell, [c.1890]. 8vo, illustrated throughout by Richard Thompson, original decorative cloth gilt, t.e.g., gutta percha deteriorated; Thomson, Richard An historical essay on the Magna Charta of King John. London, 1829. 8vo, large paper copy, pencil notes throughout, modern cloth gilt, foxing to page edges, bookplate; Dorling, E.E. Leopards of England. London, 1912. 8vo, presentation copy [blindstamped to title], colour frontispiece, original decorative cloth gilt, backstrip faded, pencil inscription to endpaper, bookplate; Ellis, William Smith The antiquities of heraldry. London, 1869. 8vo, original cloth gilt, very worn, hinges splitting, faded, inner hinges split, loose leaves; Nicolas, N.H. Rolls of arms of the reigns of Henry III and Edward III. London, 1829. 4to, later cloth, worn, tape repairs, loose leaves (6) £300-500 39 British Heraldry A collection of modern volumes on British heraldry, to include; Dennys, Rodney The heraldic imagination. London, 1975. 4to, original cloth gilt, dustwrapper; Christie-Murray, David School arms. Middlesex, 1964. 4to, 3 volumes, plates by Dan Escott, lacking Westminster School, original cloth gilt; Playing Cards Two albums of heraldic playing cards; Barber, Richard Bestiary. London, 1992. 8vo, original cloth backed boards, slipcase; Foster, Joseph The dictionary of heraldry. London, 1994. 4to, original cloth gilt, dustwrapper; Wood, Anthony Heraldic art & design. Kent, 1996. 4to, original boards, dustwrapper; Bull, Stephen An historical guide to arms and armour. London, 1991. 4to, original cloth gilt, dustwrapper; Hasler, Charles The Royal arms, its graphic and decorative development. London, 1980. 4to, original cloth gilt, dustwrapper; Woodcock, Thomas The Oxford guide to heraldry. Oxford, 1990. 8vo, original soft covers; ScottGiles, C. Wilfrid The romance of heraldry. London, 1929. 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper, wrapper chipped at edges, foxing; Foster, Joseph The dictionary of heraldry. London, 1989. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper; and a quantity of others on British heraldy (quantity) £250-350

40 Burke, Sir Bernard The general armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. London, 1884. 8vo, modern red cloth gilt, tape repaired, bookplate, previous ink inscription removed from endpaper; Burke, John Heraldic illustrations. London, 1844. 8vo, engraved title and frontispiece, plates, contemporary half morocco gilt, worn, waterstaining, bookplate; Morant, Alfred General armory two. London, 1973. 8vo, original red cloth gilt, very clean and bright, bookplate; King, Col. E.J. The seals of the order of St. John of Jerusalem. London, 1932. 8vo, one of 400 copies, frontispiece, original cloth gilt, stains to upper boards, interior clean, bookplate; Papworth, J.W. Ordinary of British armorials. London, 1985. 8vo, original red cloth gilt, rubbed, bookplate; and 8 others (13) £150-250 41 Clan MacDonald Mounted arms for Macdonald, solid brass, limited edition number 391 of 500, approx. 27 by 22cm £100-150 42 Collins, Arthur The peerage of England. London: printed for W. Innys, et al., 1756. 8vo, 5 [of 6 volumes], lacking volume IV, titles printed in red and black, contemporary speckled calf, worn, boards loose, volume II lacking upper board, heavy tape repairs to binding of volume V; Longmate, B. A supplement to the fifth edition of Collins’s peerage of England. London, 1784. 8vo, original boards, tape repaired, lacking backstrip, foxing; Crests The book of family crests. London, 1882. Thirteenth edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, plates, original decorative red cloth gilt, worn, hinges splitting, inner hinges split, leaves loose, tape repairs to titles, previous ink inscriptions; Doyle, James E. The official baronage of England. London, 1886. 8vo, 3 volumes, contemporary morocco backed cloth gilt, backstrips very worn, inner hinges splitting (11) £120-180

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43 European Heraldry — Jenkins, Robert Heraldry English and foreign. London, 1886. Small 8vo, original brown cloth gilt, hinges splitting, tape repaired, bookplate; Pinches, R. & Wood, A. A European armorial. London, 1971. 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper torn & repaired; Pine, L.G. International heraldry. London, 1970. 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper, bookplates; Elvins, Mark Turnham Cardinals and heraldry. London, 1988. 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper; Volborth, Carl-Alexander von Heraldry customs, rules and styles. Poole, 1981. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper, backstrip faded; [Idem] The art of heraldry. London, 1991. 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper, faded at backstrip, bookplate; Louda, J. & Maclagan, M. Lines of succession. London, 1991. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper, chipped at edges; and approximately 20 others on European heraldry (quantity) £150-200

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44 Fox-Davis, Arthur Charles Armorial families, a directory of gentlemen of coat-armour. London, 1910. Sixth edition, 4to, colour plates, original brown cloth gilt, upper hinge tape repaired, lower hinge splitting; [Idem] The book of public arms. London, 1915. New edition, 4to, frontispiece, plates, original green cloth gilt, rubbed, bookplate; [Idem] Heraldic badges. London, 1907. 8vo, frontispiece, original red cloth gilt, backstrip faded, ookplate; Burke, John Bernard A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies of England, Ireland and Scotland. London, 1844. Second edition, 8vo, original red cloth gilt, corners bumped; and 9 others on peerages and heraldry (13) £150-200


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45 Guillim, John A display of heraldrie. London: printed by William Hall for Raph. Mab, 1611. First edition, second issue, folio, [14], 276, 271-284, engraved title, woodcuts, front free endpaper misbound after title, large stain to A4, lacking F3 [replacement in manuscript], inner hinges repaired with black tape, title page trimmed at upper and lower edge [previous ink inscription cut from top], repairs to some edges [including previous worm damage from Hh3 onwards], ink marginalia throughout, previous ink inscription scored through on colophon, contemporary panelled calf, rebacked, bookplate Note: STC 12501 Second issue of the first edition dated 1611 on title, colophon reads “London. Printed by William Hall and are to be sold by Raphe Mab. 1610.” Provenance: Ian Harkness, bookplate. £350-450 46 Heraldic printing blocks A collection 93 20th century heraldic printing blocks, each one with details on reverse, to include Ziegler Fritz Alfred Wilhelm, Kaiser Ferdinand II; Schwarzenberg H.S.H Prince Charles of Vienna; Liechtenstein H.S.H. Prince Francis-Joseph II; Lippe H.S.H. Ernst Bernhard Eduard Friedrich Wilhelm; Chylinski-Polubinski Prince Rogier Renald; Macdonald Duncan Donald Howard, David Robert Howard & Stephen James Howard [6 blocks for Macdonald in total]; plus 7 brass rubbing blocks (100) £350-550 47 Heraldry — History — Architecture A large collection of modern volumes on a variety of subjects, mainly 8vo, contained in 5 boxes (quantity) £200-300 48 Heraldry in Art & Architecture Catalogue of a collection of objects of British heraldic art to the end of the Tudor period. London, 1916. 4to, plates, original cloth gilt, heavily faded, foxing, bookplate; Ornamental Heraldry Examples of the ornamental heraldry of the sixteenth century. London, 1867. Folio, contemporary cloth, faded at backstrip, bookplate; Knight, F. Heraldric illustrations specimen crests & fancy gems. Edinburgh, [1870]. 4to, engraved title, plates, contemporary half morocco gilt, rebacked, foxing throughout; Webber, F.R. Church symbolism. Cleveland, 1938. 8vo, frontispiece, original cloth, dustwrapper, torn, foxing and staining to boards; Spurrier, Peter The heraldic art source book. London, 1997. 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper; Cole, Herbert Heraldry decoration and floral forms. London, 1988. 8vo, original boards, dustwrapper, bookplate; and approximately 48 others on art and heraldry (quantity) £200-300

49 Journals A collection of proceedings from various societies of antiquaries, to include Archaeologia Aeliana. Newcastle 1913-1957. 8vo, 35 various mixed volumes from the third and fourth series, bound in cloth; Scotland Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1891-2004. 8vo, 22 volumes, original cloth; and a further selection of journals relating to heraldry and history [in 7 boxes] (quantity) £200-300 50 Laing, Henry Descriptive catalogue of impressions from ancient Scottish seals... embracing a period from A.D. 1094 to the Commonwealth. Edinburgh:The Bannatyne Club, 1850-66. 4to, 2 volumes, frontispiece to each volume, 44 plates, modern morocco backed cloth, waterstaining throughout, bookplates £120-180 51 Lyndsay, Sir David Facsimile of an ancient heraldic manuscript emblazoned by Sir David Lyndsay... Edinburgh, 1878. Folio, number 87 of 250 copies, colour plates, original cloth gilt, rubbed at edges, hinges splitting, soiled, replacement endpapers, some light spotting to interior, bookplate of Norman Lamont of Knockdow; Paton, James Scottish national memorials. Glasgow, 1890. Folio, presentation copy to James Mitchell, colour frontispiece, plates, original blue cloth gilt, boards heavily dampstained, hinges splitting, corners worn; and a volume of The National manuscripts of Scotland (3) £150-200 52 Macgibbon, David & Ross, Thomas The castellated and domestic architecture of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1990. 8vo, 5 volumes, original green cloth gilt, interior and cloth very clean and bright; [Idem] The ecclesiastical architecture of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1991. 8vo, 3 volumes, original red cloth gilt, interior and cloth very clean and bright; Grant, James Old and new Edinburgh. London, [no date]. 8vo, 3 volumes, illustrated, original decorative cloth gilt, some rubbing to edges; Edinburgh A civic survey and plan for Edinburgh. Edinburgh, 1949. Large 4to, folding maps, original red cloth gilt, dustwrapper, wrapper rubbed at edges and torn; and 4 volumes of the National Art Survey 1925 (16) £120-180

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53 Scottish Heraldry — Stevenson, J. H. & Lonsdale, H.W. The arms of the baronial and police burghs of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1903. 4to, 2 volumes, one of 315 copies, half titles, contemporary cloth gilt, Faculty of Procurators Glasgow gilt stamp to upper boards, interior clean, bookplates; Nisbet, Alexander A system of heraldry. Edinburgh, 1984. Facsimile edition, 4to, 2 volumes, modern boards; Maxwell, Sir Herbert A history of the house of Douglas. London, 1902. 8vo, 2 volumes, frontispiece to each volume, plates, original burgandy cloth gilt, fading to backstrips, foxing; Balfour Paul, Sir James Heraldry in relation to Scottish history and art. Edinburgh, 1900. 8vo, frontispiece, plates, original cloth gilt, backstrip discoloured, foxing to endpapers, bookplate of Norman Lamont of Knockdow; Innes of Learney, Sir Thomas Scots heraldry. Edinburgh, 1956. Second edition, 8vo, frontispiece, plates, original blue cloth gilt, bookplates and cuttings to endpapers and half title; Geddes, W.D. & Duguid, P. Lacunar Basilicae Sancti Macarii Aberdonensis. Aberdeen: Spalding Club, 1888. 8vo, number 177 of 525 copies, frontispiece, plates, original green cloth gilt, foxing; Smith, H.L. Norton A collection of armorials of the county of Orkney. [No place], 1902. 8vo, one of 200 copies, colour frontispiece, illustrated by A.M. Traill, original cloth gilt, rubbed, frontispiece loose, bookplate; and 48 others on Scottish heraldry (58) £250-350 54 Wagner, Sir Anthony Heralds of England. London, 1970. Second impression, 4to, plates, modern red cloth gilt, interior very clean, bookplate; [Idem] Historic heraldry of Britain. London, 1939. 8vo, frontispiece, plates, original red cloth gilt, interior very clean, bookplate; Godfrey, Walter The college of arms. London, 1963. 4to, frontispiece, original cloth gilt, splitting to head of upper hinge, bookplates; De Walden, Lord Howard Banners, standards and badges from a Tudor manuscript in the College of Arms. London, 1904. 4to, half title, frontispiece, original green cloth gilt, boards heavily stained, some creasing to early leaves; College of Arms Herald’s commemorative exhibition 1484-1934. London, 1970. 4to, original red cloth gilt, dustwrapper, wrapper tape repaired and torn at edges, bookplates (5) £200-300

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55 Woodford, James — Queen’s Beasts A full set of the “Queen’s beasts” designed by James Woodford R.A. for the 1953 coronation, painted plaster, each one 18cm high, signed on base, later restoration to paint; Dacre Beasts Two figures from the Dacre beasts series [Dacre and Greystoke], painted plaster, each 18cm high; Woodford, James Heraldic sculpture. London, 1972. 4to, signed by Woodford on title, original red cloth, dustwrapper, bookplate; London, H. Stanford — Bawden, Edward The Queen’s beasts. London, 1953. 4to, illustrated by Bawden, typeset by Eric Gill, original red cloth, dustwrapper, bookplate (14) £350-550 See colour illustration on page 68

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HISTORY & MILITARY 56 Allen, Romilly Allen & Anderson, Joseph The early Christian monuments of Scotland. Edinburgh: printed for the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 1903. 4to, 3 vols in 2, modern half morocco gilt, with original decorative half morocco boards retained seperately, interior clean (3) £200-300 56A Froissart, Jean Froissart’s cronycles translated out of the French by Sir John Bourchier, Lord Berners. Stratford-Upon-Avon: Shakespeare Head Press for Basil Blackwell, 1927-28. 4to, 8 volumes, number 271 of 357 copies of which this is one of 350 on paper, printed in red and black, numerous arms and maps hand coloured, original cloth backed boards with paper lettering piece on spine, largely unopened, minor soiling to binding, edges of labels curling, slight spotting to edges Provenance: Late Colonel P.L. Bradfer-Lawrence, hand coloured bookplate. £300-400 56B Hay, David Hay’s clans of Scotland. Edinburgh, [c.1850]. Approx. 15 by 13cm, 13 [of 14] hand coloured plates, lacking Menzies plate, original red cloth gilt, rubbed, bookplate and ink stamp to endpaper Provenance: D.P. Menzies of Menzieston, bookplate; Donald McIntosh, ink stamp. £200-300 56C Heath, William (Paul Pry) Are you the man wot drives the sovereign?, 1829; The man wot drives the sovereign, 1829; The cad to the man wot drives the sovereign, 1829; Le dejeuner a la Fouchette. Field, [n.d.]; Jones, T.H. Catholic petitioners, or symptoms of a peaceable appeal. 1829; Doyle, J. The old white lion. [n.d.], hand-coloured engravings, disbound, some spotting, browning and dampstaining, all laid down, a few with tears repaired or edges trimmed £200-300 57 Lawrence, T.E. Seven pillars of wisdom. New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1935. Second American edition, 8vo, number 678 of 750 copies, plates and folding maps, top edge maroon, original pigskin backed cloth, spine worn, tear at head of spine, interior clean

58 Lawrence, T.E. Revolt in the desert. London: Jonathan Cape, 1927. First American edition, 8vo, limited to 250 copies, eighteen plates and folding map tipped-in at the end, original blue buckram, t.e.g., blue endpapers Note: O’Brien A105. Provenance: From the estate of Late Colonel P.L. Bradfer-Lawrence. £400-600 59 Lawrence, T.E. — Pirie-Gordon, H. A brief record of the advance of the Egyptian expeditionary force. Cairo: Government Press, 1919. First edition, 4to, linen-backed frontispiece portrait of General Allenby, full page colour key and 55 maps, a few manuscript annotations, brown cloth backed printed wrappers, spine and wrappers worn, small tear to right hand margin of last plate, some creasing, a few stains and marks, slipcase Provenance: From the estate of Late Colonel P.L. Bradfer-Lawrence. £200-300 60 Lawrence, T.E. — Pirie-Gordon, H. A brief record of the advance of the Egyptian expeditionary force. Cairo: Government Press, 1919. First edition, 4to, linen backed portrait frontispiece of General Allenby, full page colour printed key and 55 maps, some manuscript annotations including ownership inscription to title, cloth backed original printed wrappers, cloth box, staining to wrappers and a few other leaves, deleted manuscript entries to upper wrapper, some creasing Provenance: From the estate of Late Colonel P.L. Bradfer-Lawrence. £200-300 61 Lawrence, T.E. — Pirie-Gordon, H. A brief record of the advance of the Egyptian expeditionary force... London, 1919. Second edition, 4to, frontispiece portrait of General Allenby, key and 55 maps, publisher’s printed boards, covers rubbed at edges; Lawrence, T.E. An essay on Flecker. New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1937. First American edition, 8vo, one of approx. 70 copies, original wrappers, preserved in black morocco backed folding box; [Idem] The diary of T.E. Lawrence. New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1937. First American edition, 8vo, one of 56 copies, original wrappers, preserved in black morocco backed folding box (3) Note: O’Brien A012, A199, A195. Provenance: From the estate of Late Colonel P.L. Bradfer-Lawrence. £600-800

Provenance: From the estate of Late Colonel P.L. Bradfer-Lawrence. £150-250

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64 Military — The Black Watch — Wauchope, Major-General A. The Black Watch. London: Medici Society, 1925-26. 3 volumes, 8vo, maps, some folding, plates, blue half calf, spines gilt, t.e.g.; Household Brigade. Household Brigade Magazine. 8vo, Volume 111, no. 30, only, maroon morocco with blue morocco onlays, g.e. £100-150 65 Muirhead, George The birds of Berwickshire. Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1889. 8vo, 2 volumes, number 87 of 100 copies, original cloth gilt, t.e.g., backstrips discoloured, interiors clean; Ferguson, J. Notices of remains Pre-reformation churches in Berwickshire. Alnwick, 1890. 8vo, 5 plates, presentation copy from author, contemporary half calf gilt, rubbed at edges; Cardonnel, Adam de Picturesque antiquities of Scotland. London, 1788. 4to, half title, contemporary half red morocco gilt, some rubbing to boards, interior clean; [Rhind, W.] Sketches of the past and present state of Moray. Edinburgh, 1839. 8vo, presentation copy from the author, plates, contemporary cloth gilt, rebacked, replacement endpapers; and 7 others (12) £300-400

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62 Lawrence, T.E. — Slater, Shandy Seven pillars of wisdom. London: Jonathan Cape, 1935. First trade edition, 4to, 54 plates, 4 folding maps, blue morocco-backed teak boards by Shanty Slater (1999), inset narrow vertical strip of abalone shell on each cover, raised bands on spine, top edge speckled green with gilt tooling, fitted case Provenance: From the estate of Late Colonel P.L. Bradfer-Lawrence. £500-700 63 Loch, James An account of the improvement on the estates of the Marquess of Stafford. London, 1820. 8vo, half title, folding hand-coloured map frontispiece, 38 [of 39] plates [including 4 folding hand-coloured maps], folding table, lacking plate XXXVI, contemporary tree calf, 20th century ink notes to rear endpaper, 19th century ink inscription to front endpaper; [Idem] Memoir of George Granville, late Duke of Sutherland. London, 1834. 4to, presentation copy from the author, portrait frontispiece, original cloth gilt, fading to backstrip, offsetting to title, foxing; Sellar, Thomas The Sutherland evictions of 1814. London, 1883. 8vo, folding map, original cloth gilt, upper board stained £200-300

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66 Scotland — Services of Heirs Decennial indexes to the services of heirs in Scotland. Edinburgh, 1863. Folio, 3 volumes, [with] Annual indexes to the services of heirs in Scotland. Edinburgh, 1871. Folio, 2 volumes, [with] Collection of the statutory indexes... Edinburgh, 1860. 4to, all bound in 19th century red morocco gilt, some fading and rubbing, some foxing to interiors; Anderson, Rev. John Calendar of the Laing Charters. Edinburgh, 1899. 4to, modern cloth gilt; Signet The society of writers to His Majesty’s Signet. Edinburgh, 1936. 4to, frontispiece, original red cloth gilt, fading to backstrip (8) Provenance: John Clerk Brodie, bookplates. £150-250 67 Stevenson, David Life of Robert Stevenson. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1878. 8vo, frontispiece, 12 plates, original brown cloth gilt, some rubbing to edges £150-200


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71 Burton, Sir Richard Francis Terminal essay to “The thousand and one nights”. London: For private circulation only, 1901. Unpublished, 4to, number 48 of 50 copies only, mimeographed typescript in purple ink, green cloth, original printed blue wrappers bound in Note: A rare issue of Burton’s famous scholarly essay on pederasty, which was originally published as part of A Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights’ Entertainments (1885). This separate printing is not recorded in Penzer, but is briefly referred to (see p.195). £400-600 72 Byron, G.G.N., Lord The works... comprehending the suppressed poems. Paris: A. & W. Galignani, 1822-24. 14 volumes, 12mo, engraved portrait, contemporary half calf, somewhat spotted; Eliot, George The novels. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, [c.1900]. 8vo, Volumes 1-3, 5-8, red half calf, t.e.g., spines slightly faded, volumes not numbered on spines (21) £150-200 68

LITERATURE 68 Beresford, J.D. The Hampdenshire wonder. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1911. First edition, 8vo, original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, [binding variant A], dustwrapper, small tear at head of upper flap, some discolouration to endpapers, dustwrapper spine slightly discoloured £500-700 69 Bindings Elegant extracts or useful and entertaining passages in prose. London, 1808. 8vo, 6 volumes, engraved titles, contemporary calf gilt extra, some slight cracking to backstrips and rubbing to boards (6) £200-300 70 Burton, Sir Richard Francis The book of a thousand nights and a night. London: H.S. Nichols, 1897. Library edition, 12 volumes, large 8vo, translated by Captain Sir R.F. Burton.plates by Albert Letchford, black half morocco, spines faded, t.e.g. £150-200

73 Byron, G.G.N., Lord Don Juan, cantos III, IV, and V. London: Thomas Davison, 1821. First edition, 12mo, half-title, original boards, uncut, slightly worn, some spotting, upper hinge splitting; [Idem] Don Juan. [Cantos I-II]. London: Thomas Davison, 1819. 8vo, half-title, original boards, uncut, spine worn, some spotting; Homer Ilias. Glasgow: R. & A. Foulis, 1747. 2 volumes, 12mo, edited by S. Clarke, Greek and Latin text, contemporary vellum; Williamson, H. Tarka the Otter. 1932. 8vo, illustrations by C.F. Tunnicliffe, dust-jacket spine discoloured; Auden, W.H. Homage to Clio. 1960. First edition, dust-jacket; Graves, R. No more ghosts. 1940. First edition, dust-jacket; Mare, W. de la The traveller. 1946. 4 lithographs by John Piper; Wilde, Oscar The ballad of Reading gaol. By C.3.3. London: L. Smithers, 1899. 8vo, original cloth, binding soiled; and a small quantity of literary books £100-150 74 Fleming, Ian On Her Majesty’s secret service. London: Jonathan Cape, 1963. First edition, 8vo, original black cloth, dustwrapper, 6cm tear to top of outer edge, chipped at edges, some small stains to flaps, stains throughout, some fading to cloth; Fleming, Ian The man with the golden gun. London, 1965. First edition, 8vo, original black cloth, dustwrapper, price clipped, crease to backstrip of wrapper, interior clean (2) £150-200

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75 James, Henry The two magics: The turn of the screw; Covering end. London: William Heinemann, 1898. 8vo, half title, 32pp. publisher’s adverts, original blue cloth gilt, fading to backstrip, rubbed at edges, corners bumped, some spotting Note: Edel & Laurence A52. £500-700 76 Kipling, Rudyard The jungle book. London: Macmillan, 1894. First edition, 2nd printing, illustrations, original cloth, some spotting, bookplate; [Idem] The second jungle book. London: Macmillan, 1895. First edition, illustrations, 2pp. advertisements, original cloth, some spotting, bookplate, both slightly rubbed, folding box £150-200 77 Kipling, Rudyard [Works]. London: Macmillan, 1899-1900. 17 volumes only, 8vo, red half morocco, spines gilt, spine of one volume chewed by a dog, £150-250 78 Milne, A.A. Going abroad? [London: Council for the Education in World Citizenship, 1947]. 8vo, 8pp, original paper wrappers [loose], rustmarks from staples

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Note: Rare. Only two copies found in British Library Collections. £200-300 79 Presentation Copy — Morris, William The aeneids of Virgil. London: Ellis and White, 1876. 8vo, presentation inscription on half title “Jenny Morris with W M’s best love”, original cloth, paper label [rubbed], foxing to early leaves and page edges; Morris, William The earthly paradise, a poem. London: Reeves & Turner, 1886. 8vo, 5 volumes, original cloth gilt, gilt stamp of the Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow to boards; and 7 others (13) £300-500 80 Rousseau, J.J. Oeuvres... nouvelle édition conforme à celle de Geneve. Lyon, 1796. 33 volumes, 8vo, engraved portrait, contemporary calf, spines gilt, some spotting and soiling, head or base of a few spines worn £150-250 81 Inscribed Copy — Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone. London: Bloomsbury, 1997. Second impression [number line 10 to 2], 8vo, inscribed by Rowling on dedication leaf “To David — first book for first born! With best wishes from JK Rowling”, original boards, a very clean and bright copy £2,000-3,000 See colour illustration on page 66 81 18


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82 Inscribed Copy — Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the chamber of secrets. London: Bloomsbury, 1998. Fourth impression, 8vo, inscribed by Rowling on dedication leaf “To Max — book two for the second son (but I think this one’s better so don’t feel bad) JK Rowling”, original boards, dustwrapper, a fine copy £1,000-1,500 See colour illustration on page 66 83 Signed copies — Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone. 19th impression, inscribed on dedication leaf “to Bryony, with best wishes, J.K. Rowling”, original paperback, Smarties Gold Award Winner label to upper cover, split and slight wear to bottom of spine, slightly rubbed at extremities; [Idem] Harry Potter and the chamber of secrets. First edition, first impression, signed on front endpaper “J.K. Rowling”, original cloth, dust-jacket very slightly frayed at corners and small tear at head of lower jacket (2) Note: The volumes were inscribed and signed respectively for the vendor as a child at a book-signing session at Edinburgh. £400-600

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84 Signed copies — Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone. London, 1997. 33rd impression, 8vo, dustwrapper; Harry Potter and the chamber of secrets. London, 1998. 34th impression, 8vo, dustwrapper; Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban. London, 1999. 33rd impression, 8vo, dustwrapper; Harry Potter and the goblet of fire. London, 2000. 8th impression, 8vo, dustwrapper; Harry Potter and the order of the phoenix. London, 2003. First edition, 8vo, dustwrapper; all signed by the author on the half titles, all in fine condition, in original slipcase (5) Note: J.K. Rowling donated these volumes as the first prize in a raffle at the Young Scot Awards 2007, sponsored by the Sunday Mail and Lloyds TSB, held in Glasgow’ City Hall. The vendor was the lucky winner. £1,200-1,800 See colour illustration on page 66

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85 Voltaire, F. M. A. de Oeuvres completes. Gotha: C.G. Ettinger, 1784. 71 volumes bound in 36, contemporary half calf, slightly rubbed, lacking some plates, occasional discolouration £250-350

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LEGAL 86 Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland Printed by Command of Her Majesty Queen Victoria. 1844-75. 12 volumes in 13, large folio, hand-coloured folding engraved or lithographed plates, contemporary half morocco, uncut, most volumes rubbed £350-450 87 D’Aflitto, Matteo De afflicti... commentaria in feudorum usus et consuetudines absolutissima. Frankfurt: C. Schleich and Peter de Zetter, 1629. Folio, engraved title vignette, contemporary vellum, very slightly wormed at end, occasional spotting, slightly soiled; Pithou, François & Pierre Corpus juris canonici. Paris: D. Thierry, 1687. Folio, 2 volumes in one, titles printed in red and black and with engraved or woodcut vignette, contemporary calf, worn (2) £150-250

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88 Scottish genealogy Inquisitionum ad capellam domini regis retornatarum, quae in publicis archivis Scotiae adhuc servantur, abbreviatio. By Command of His Majesty King George III. 1811-16. 3 volumes, folio, maroon half morocco, spines gilt, cloth sides damp spotted Note: The three volumes of the Inquisitionum ad Capellam Domini Regis Retornatarum Abbreviato, nowadays called the Retours were among the earliest of the Record Publications edited by Thomas Thomson and issued in 1811 and 1816 at the expense of the Government of the day. They are indispensable to the genealogist, because they record from about 1544 to 1699 an authentic history by inheritance of the greater part of the landed property in Scotland, and the descent of most of its leading families. £150-200


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MANUSCRIPTS 89 100 Medieaval Illuminated Initials 100 very fine medieaval illuminated initials on vellum, probably from a 15th century Codice or Psalter, in red and blue with elaborate leafy designs in gold, heightened with gold, mounted two to a leaf, eighteenth century tree calf, spine gilt Note From the library of the distinguished collector and Polish writer, Leon Potocki, with his bookplate. The illuminations were most probably cut from a magnificent Codice looted from the Vatican by occupying French troops in 1796. Napoleon’s armies looted the Vatican library, and the codices from Sistine chapel, at the end of the 18th century, and many of them were sliced and diced and sold in fragments. £7,000-9,000 See colour illustration on page 65 90 Album of Manuscripts — Hyderabad, India including pardon signed by Queen Victoria, incomplete and pasted down; ALS from Rowland Hill to unknown correspondent about dinner engagement, undated, Marie Corelli, 1897, Charlotte Yonge, to unknown correspondent, undated, W.E. Gladstone to Arnold White referring to Post Office telegraphs, 3 March 1880; Lord John Russell, pasted in, to unknown correspondent; Lord Northbrook, regarding naval cadetships, 25 May 1880; Archbishop Benson, about his son, 30 April; Dean Stanley, to Russell, 12 Aug. 1903, pasted in; Charles Kingsley, clipped signature, pasted in, Miss Harriet Martineau, discussing maize, 24th Jan., partly pasted in; Anna Swanwick, sending her signature, 7 Dec. 1891; Sir John Parry, about a plated or silver object, 13 Jan. 1845, partly pasted in; C. Wheatstone, to Gafirst, 9 May 1866; incomplete letter from Michael Faraday declining invitation, 1 April 1865, pasted in; Lewis Morris, verse signed, 18 Sept. 1898; John Everett Millais, responding to a request for an autograph, 21 June 1878; Clifford Harrison, discussing a recital, 10 Nov. 1898; 2 letters from Sir Aswan Kah, Prime Minister to H.H. the Nizam of Hyderabad, to Mr Howell, thanking him for his support, June 1889; 6 letters from Lord Lytton to “my dear Howell”, one referring to “Home Rulers”, one explaining the reasons for not appointing him Home Secretary, another to the governance of India; 4 letters from Lord Dufferin to Mr Howell, referring to his residence at Hyderabad, Colonel Marshall, the Nizam’s secretary & Abdul Huk, 1878-88; Benjamin Disraeli, letter signed conferring knighthood on Thomas Howell, 27 June 1876; Thomas Arnold, A.L.S. to Dr. Norris discussing whether his son can stay at Rugby, 18 Aug., intregral blank pasted down; and others, Victorian morocco album, tipped in or pasted down Note: Many of the letters are addressed to Sir Thomas Howell, Resident of the state of Hyderabad March 1888-August 1889. By descent to Alfred Howell, Freda Elias Butts, married to Sir James Du Boulay, Private Secretary to the Viceroy, Lord Hardinge of Penshurst, and thence to the vendor. Sir Thomas Howell was knighted in recognition of his achievements in India, and at the War Office, as the first Director of Contracts. £1,000-1,500

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91 Australia — Macleod Family A small collection of material relating to the Macleod family, to include Ross Macleod, Rev. Walter A manuscript journal and small account book relating to Rev. Walter Ross Macleod’s journey and missionary teachings in Queensland, Australia, journal dated 22nd February 1851 to August 29th 1852, contemporary boards, upper right corner burnt [some text loss to early leaves]; Macleod, John Manuscript biography of John Macleod, c. 1861, a naval surgeon who saw service in South America, the Far East and Crimea, contains extracts of letters to his family, sections on his interest in philosophy, contemporary calf; Macleod, John A small collection of 7 letters from naval surgeon John Macleod [one from Hong Kong], Dr. John Aitken, Dr. John Dunlop and Dr. William Anderson, all c. 1840-1852; Macleod, Barbara Four small manuscript notebooks, including notes on accounts, house keeping, accounts, c. 1890’s; Macleod, Walter Ross A collection of small university cards relating to Macleod’s time at the University of Edinburgh, c. 1850’s (qty) Note: Rev. Walter Ross Mcleod left Britain for Australia on February 22nd 1851, arriving in Sydney on May 30th. Rev. Mcleod would become the first minister to take charge of a congregation of Queensland Prebyterians, eventually settling in Moreton Bay near Brisbane. His term would last around 16 months before ill-health forced Mcleod to resign. £200-300

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93 Belgium — Hill, The Rev. the Hon. Sir Richard — Sweet, Benjamin A collection of 79 autograph letters signed from Benjamin Sweet in Antwerp to Richard Hill in Brussels, dated 1797-1798, relating to the army activities and payments in Flanders, some chipped at edges, some waterstaining Note: The Rev. the Hon. Sir Richard Hill (1655-1727) was the deputy paymaster of William III to the army in Flanders during the War of the Grand Alliance, 1688–96. During the 1690’s Hill served as a diplomat. Through the War of the Spanish Succession, he was an envoy to Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria in Brussels, and to the Duke of Savoy in Turin, whom he persuaded to join the Grand Alliance. £150-250 94 Carlyle, Thomas Carte de visite portrait of Thomas Carlyle by John Watkins, signed at base by sitter, approx. 6 by 10cm; Darwin, Charles Carte de visite portrait by William Luks, approx. 17 by 11cm; Burnett, Stuart Molded portrait of Thomas Carlyle, signed within mold at base by Burnett, approx. 28 by 21cm; Portraits A folio of engraved portraits, to include Hannah More, Theresa Parker after Reynolds, John Bellingham, majority foxed and chipped at edges (4) £150-250

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92 Autograph Album An album of clipped signatures, c. 1870’s, to include David Brewster, T. Carlyle, Gustav Freytag, Garibaldi, Rev. Henry Cotterill [Bishop of Edinburgh], A. Llandaff [Bishop of Llandaff], Bishop of Carlisle, A. Lane Fox, Thomas Hughes, bound in morocco gilt, rubbed at edges £150-200

95 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor Autograph letter, to his brother George, about Calligraphy, incomplete, lacking most of the second leaf, written in Coleridge’s neatest copperplate script, commenting on his cough, “,,,not Cerberus ever bark’d louder: every act of tussitation seems to divorce my bowells and belly...Well — from catarrhs may Heaven preserve / The lungs Of all my Tribe!...”; passing on family news, and commenting enthusiastically on his meeting with the writing master Thomas Tomkins (1743-1816), whose script he emulates in this letter, 2 pages, folio, and fragment of second page (small strip at top), 17 May 1791 “...he declared, that he thought me a very clever young man — and I declared that I thought his Collection of Poems one of the best Collections, I had ever seen...here he shewed me the Titlepage of Macklin’s famous bible, written by himself. It was, without hyperbole, most astonishingly beautiful. I could not help delicately insinuating that I conceived such writing not more the production of a fine-formed Hand, than the emanation of an elegant Soul; and I ended with lamenting my own most shameful deficiency in this respect. He desired to see my writing — I shewed him some — he might have read it by the light of my Blushes...it contained never the less the seeds of a good hand... I regard them as the causes, and that time as the Æra of my surprizing conversion — a conversion to be parrelleled by none since the conversion of St. Paul...” Note: Published in the Collected Letters, ed. Griggs, I, 9-11 (No.6). Provenance: The property of a gentleman by direct descent from George Coleridge. £500-700

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96 George Dundas of Duddingston & Magdalen Lindsay-Crawford, marriage contract Manuscript marriage contract of George Dundas of Duddingston with Magdalen Lindsay-Crawford, 26 December 1706, witnessed by James Marquess of Montrose, John Earl of Crawfurd, John Earl of Rothes, Thomas Earl of Haddington, David Earl of Northesk, David Earl of Glasgow, Charles Earl of Hopetoun, James Lord Carmichael, eldest son of the Earl of Hyndeford, John Lord Boyle eldest son to the Earl of Glasgow & others, c. 307 by 30.5cm; Archibald Hamilton and Mary Hay, marriage contract , signed by Archibald Hamilton and Mary Hay, and witnessed by G. Hamilton, Andrew Hay, Archibald Hamilton, John Montgomerie, Charles Stewart & others, 240 by 31cm, dated 1689; together with a 19th century manuscript genealogical tree of the Hamilton family; and a printed leaflet: Information for Anna Hamilton, daughter of Archibald Hamilton of Westburn against Captain Gabriel Hamilton, 4pp., folio, 24 Nov., 1740 (4) Note: George Dundas of Duddingston (b.1672) married Magdalen Lindsay-Crawford. Their son, John Dundas, married Lady Margaret Hope, daughter of Charles Hope, first Earl of Hopetoun £200-300 97 Illuminated manuscript — Book of Psalms 19 leaves, illuminations on vellum by Jack Egerton, the text by his wife Ruth, July 11, 1917, illuminated in medieaval style, 3 illuminations, historiated initials heightened with gold, brown morocco by Bumpus, g.e., 22 by 16.5cm £300-400 98 Irish Indenture Manuscript indenture in the name of William Birmingham of Dublin, signed by Norbury, William Birmingham, Frederick Flood, Margaret Ward and Grace McMahon, Dublin, 1758, vellum, approx. 37 by 77cm £100-150 99 No lot 100 Landor, Walter Savage A small collection of five autograph letters signed, to include one from his aunt Mrs Ann Fletcher, on the death of Mr Hopkins, “... I know not of how many twenty fours hours my life may consist, but this I know, that at least one in every twenty four of it, not excepting the last of all, will be devoted to his memory...”, the beauty of Rugeley in Staffordshire, and life in France under Allied occupation, “...The tempest is gathering again in France...”, 3 pages, 4to, Tours, 7 October 1814, tears at folds; two to his cousin Sarah Landor, one to Bradson, and one to Rugeley, 6 pages, 8vo, [no date], with a transcript of a poem by Landor £500-700

101 Lauder, Sir Harry Ink caricature sketch by Sir Harry Lauder, signed “as ever, Harry Lauder” and dated 8/8/40, 9cm by 11cm; Lauder, Sir Harry Autograph letter signed, addressed Laudervale, Dunoon, dated Jan 29 1915, to a Miss Roberts in reply to a song she sent him, one page, with a manuscript copy of Miss Roberts’ song writing (3) £200-300 102 Mackenzie, Compton Roneoed typescript of Mackenzie’s unpublished book McAlpine, with related material, comprising roneoed typescript of McAlpine, Mackenzie’s personal history of the construction company of Sir Robert McAlpine and Sons, c.190 pages, foolscap, minor fraying or browning; Childers, J. Saxon Robert McAlpine: a biography. Oxford, 1926. 4to, one of 763 copies printed on hand-made paper, with presentation inscription ``To H.R. Willis’’ signed by Sir Robert McAlpine, 1 December 1926, original cloth, some damp-staining to end-papers; McAlpine The history of McAlpines. London, 1930. Oblong 4to, original cloth gilt; McAlpine, Robert Eight photographs, one signed, of Sir Robert McAlpine and other members of the McAlpine family, various sizes (qty) Note: Compton Mackenzie’s account of the McAlpine Company was presumably a commissioned work, distributed to select members of the company board only in roneoed typescripts, and appears otherwise to be unpublished. £200-300 103 Milner Baronetcy of Nun Appleton Hall A commonplace album belonging to Louisa Diana Milner, dated June 4th 1840, containing several manuscript poems, pasted in sketches and photographs, photographs include several of family members and Nun Appleton Hall, sketches by Miss F. Hogg, L.C.Egerton, Mr Morier [?], modern morocco backed cloth; [Idem] An album of tipped in sketches, including watercolour, pencil and ink sketches signed Lady Charlotte Dennison, E. Taylor, Lord Grantham, Charles Anderson 1834, W. Page, John Harper 1839, R. Mullholland, S. Hobart, modern morocco backed cloth uniform with previous (2) £300-500

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104 Phillipps, Sir Thomas Three manuscript volumes, notes on human understanding; classical culture and the Greek language; philosophical notes in dialogue form English and Latin; alll in original boards; Four printed volumes with ink notes and marginalia by Sir Thomas Phillipps, to include [Leake, Col. W. An edict of Diocletian... London,1826. 8vo, contemporary boards; Orford, Lord Reminiscences. London, 1818. 12mo, contemporary calf gilt, later 19th century manuscript notes on front endpaper, foxing; Pertz, G.H. Uber die gedruckten ablassbriefe von 1454 und 1455. Berlin, 1857. 8vo, presentation copy to Sir Thomas Phillipps from the editor, original boards, loose ms inserted; and another (7) £300-500 105 Sackville, Lady Margaret A collection of 11 autograph letters signed, from Lady Margaret Sackville to her publisher, dated 1904-1907, each letter approx. 18 by 12cm (11) Note: Lady Margaret Sackville (1881-1963) was an English poet and children’s author. Born in London to the Earl and Countess De La War, she was “discovered” at sixteen by the poet Wilfrid Scawen, who became a friend and admirer. During the First World War Sackville published The Pageant of War, a collection of anti-war poems that criticised women’s support of the war as betrayal of their sons. She spent much of her adult life in Midlothian and Edinburgh, where she was a member of the Whitehouse Terrace salon, a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and the first president of the Scottish PEN. In 1922 her Masque of Edinburgh was performed in the city, eleven scenes depicting the history of Edinburgh from the Romans to a meeting between Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott. £150-200 106 Tennyson, Alfred, Lord — Franklin, Sir John — Dean Stanley Versus Tennysonianos Franklini cenotaphio inscriptos. Cambridge: Deighton, Bell, 1882. 8vo, original cloth gilt, inner hinge split; with various manuscripts taped in to include; Tennyson, Alred, Lord Manuscript note regarding his epitaph on Franklin’s memorial in Westminster Abbey “NOT HERE:.... TOWARD NO EARTHLY POLE”. It looks much better this way & if I recollect right many of your abbey epitaphs are in captials. Please explain my wishes to the sculptor,” unsigned, undated, on Farringford headed paper, with an additional note explaining that this note was originally sent by Tennyson to Dean Stanley and then to Miss Mary Drummond of Megginch, initialed and dated 21 Nov. 1883; Franklin, Sir John Part of an autograph letter signed, from Sir John Franklin, [dated 1839 to A.P. Stanley], second page only, outer section torn and now loose, with autograph letter signed from Mary Drummond of Megginch presenting the section of Franklin manuscript to her uncle William; with 4 other manuscripts taped in including 2 from J.C. Burkitt £600-800

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MISCELLANEOUS 107 Bindings — Pope, Alexander The works... London, 1770. 12mo, 8 volumes, contemporary calf gilt, red and green labels; Josephus, Flavius The works of... Edinburgh, 1826. 8vo, 4 volumes, frontispiece, contemporary half calf gilt, foxing to interior; Saavedra, Miguel de Cervantes The history and adventures of the renowned Don Quixote. London, 1792. Sixth edition, 12mo, 4 volumes, frontispieces, contemporary calf gilt, red labels; Lamb, Charles Life, letters and writings... London, 1897. 8vo, 6 volumes, contemporary half green morocco gilt; and 38 others (60) £300-500 108 Bindings — Armstrong, Sir Walter Sir Joshua Reynolds. London: W. Heinemann, 1900. Large 4to, limited to 1110 copies, green morocco by Truslove Hanson & Co., spine gilt, t.e.g., spine slightly faded; Armstrong, Sir Walter Sir Henry Raeburn. London: W. Heinemann, 1901. Large 4to, plates, original brown morocco by H. Sotheran & Co., spine gilt, t.e.g.; Irish melodies — Moore, Thomas A selection of Irish melodies. London: J. Power, [1808]. Volume 1, numbers 1-2, Volume 2, number 1, and 8th number [1821] bound in one volume. First editions, folio, engraved titles, dedications and scores, contemporary red half morocco, extremities rubbed; Mylne, Robert Scott The master masons to the crown of Scotland and their works. Edinburgh: Scott & Ferguson, 1893. Folio, with original printed slip from the author stating that this is copy number 180, coloured frontispiece & 45 plates, original pictorial blue buckram gilt, t.e.g., a clean copy (5) £200-300 109 Bindings — Dalrymple, Sir John Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland. Edinburgh, 1788. 4to, volume 2 only, contemporary half calf; Holy Bible Edinburgh: Sir D.H. Blair, 1803. 8vo, one volume bound in 2, contemporary tree calf gilt; Scott, Sir W. Marmion. 1810. Fifth edition; Rokeby. 1813. Fourth edition; The vision of Don Roderick. 1811. Second edition; Shakespeare, W. The plays. London, 1803. 10 volumes, edited by G. Steevens, 12mo, engraved portrait, contemporary calf, morocco labels; and 14 others (30) £200-300 110 Brewster, David The Edinburgh encyclopaedia. Edinburgh, 1830. 4to, 10 [of 18] volumes, contemporary calf gilt, rubbed, hinges splitting, some boards loose; Portraits The drawing room portrait gallery. [No place, no date]. Folio, engraved portraits, contemporary morocco gilt, foxing throughout; Field, Colonel C. Britain’s sea soldiers, a history of the Royal Marines. Liverpool, 1924. 4to, 2 volumes, portrait frontispiece, original cloth gilt; Lever, Charles The Dodd family abroad. London, 1854. 8vo, engraved title and frontispiece, plates, contemporary half


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calf, worn, foxing throughout; Scott, Sir Walter Chronicles of the Canongate. Edinburgh, 1827. 8vo, 2 volumes, half titles, calf backed boards, worn and splitting; Scott, Sir Walter Chronicles of the Canongate. Edinburgh, 1828. Second series, 8vo, 3 volumes, half titles, calf backed boards, worn, backstrips splitting; Glasgow Glasgow, past & present. Glasgow, 1884. 8vo, 3 volumes, number 328 of 500 copies, original cloth, labels, inner hinges splitting; a quantity of others. Sold not subject to return. (qty) £250-350 111 Buchanan, George Poemata quae extant. Leiden: Elzevir, 1628. 24mo, engraved title, contemporary vellum, lacking endpapers, vellum soiled; [Idem] Psalmorum Davidis paraphrasis poetica. Herborn, 1616. 24mo, printer’s device on title, [bound with] Paraphrasin psalmorum collectanea. Herborn, 1616. 24mo, printer’s device to title, 18th century red calf gilt, dutch floral endpapers; Scott, Sir W. The border antiquities of England and Scotland. 1814. 2 volumes, 4to, additional engraved titles, 93 engraved plates, tissue guards, contemporary calf gilt, neatly rebacked, corners slightly rubbed, a clean copy; Swan, J. Views on the Clyde. [c.1880]. 4to, 24 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, lacking title; Hooker, D. Perthshire illustrated. 1844. 4to, additional engraved title and 67 engraved plates, original cloth, worn, hinges weak; Geddie, J. Illustrations of the scenery of the River Tay. 1891. Folio, plates, original cloth; Milner, Edith Records of the Lumleys of Lumley Castle. 1904. 8vo, original buckram, t.e.g., spine faded & very slightly rubbed; Geddie, J. The water of Leith. 1896. Folio, plates, original cloth; Dixon, J.H. Pitlochry past and present. Pitlochry, 1925. Dust-jacket; Butler, D. The ancient church and parish of Abernethy. 1897. 4to, plates, original cloth, slightly faded; Tullibardine, Marchioness of A military history of Perthshire 16601902. Perth, 1908. 8vo, plates, original cloth, spine slightly faded; Ellice, E.C. Place-names of Glengarry and Glenquioch., 1931. 8vo, original cloth; Paterson, D. A new and accurate description of all the direct and principal cross roads in England and Wales. 1808. 8vo, folding map, cloth; James, H.E.M. Extracts from the pedigrees of James of Barrock. Exeter, 1913. 4to, Privately Printed, folding pedigrees, original cloth-backed boards, binding slightly soiled and rubbed; and 7 others (22) £250-350 112 Chapbooks A collection of 19 chapbooks, including The wealthy farmer, or the history of Mr Bragwell. Dublin: William Watson, [c.1780]. 12mo, 7 parts; The history of Little Tom Tucker; A collection of birds and riddles; Bembi, Pietro. Epistolarum Petri Bembi. Strasbourg: L. Zetzneri, 1611. 8vo, contemporary vellum, volume 2 only; Cellini, Benvenuto Verona, 1937. 4to, original cloth, dustwrapper, slipcase, wrapper faded and chipped; Portrait A portrait of Franz Carl [?], oil on board, unframed; and 8 others. Sold not subject to return. (qty) £150-200

113 Crawhall, Joseph Olde ffrendes wyth newe faces. London: Field & Tuer, 1883. 4to, ballads paginated separately and printed on blue and grey paper, hand-coloured illustrations throughout, advertisement leaf at beginning, prospectus at end, original printed boards with handcoloured vignettes, soiled, rubbed, spine with loss, edges uncut; Crawfurd, G. & Robertson, G. A general description of the shire of Renfrew. Paisley: 1818. 4to, 5 engraved plates, 2 folding maps (one hand-coloured in outline), green half morocco, t.e.g., others uncut, offsetting to title-page; Forfarshire Forfarshire illustrated. Dundee: G. Cumming, 1843. 4to, 51 engraved plates only, contemporary green half morocco gilt, occasional light spotting; Gibson, John The history of Glasgow. Glasgow: for the author, 1777. 8vo, later plan tipped in, nineteenth century half calf, some spotting; Glasgow — Ure, David The history of Rutherglen and East-Kilbride. Glasgow: D. Niven, 1793. First edition, 8vo, 20 engraved plates (2 folding), list of subscribers, contemporary calf gilt, one plate shaved; and 1 other (6) £300-500 114 Forberg, Fred. C. Manuel of classical erotology. Manchester: privately printed, 1884. 8vo, one of 100 copies, 10 plates [including frontispiece], contemporary half red morocco gilt, head of backstrip torn and rubbed, some plates loose, bookplate £100-150 115 Mozart, Leopold Grundliche violinschule... zweite vermehrte Auflage. Augsburg: Lotter, 1770. Second edition, 4to, [8] 268 [4], 4 engraved plates, frontispiece portrait, folding table, musical examples, contemporary half calf, worn, upper board coming loose, staining, upper right corner of title cut [no loss to printed text], tear/ repair to folding table Note: Leopold Mozart’s treatise contains, in the new preface, the celebrated description of his son’s musical genius. £500-700 116 Penguin No. 1 & Penguin Specials An almost complete run of Penguin Specials from 1935, approx 400 volumes, to include Maurois, André Ariel. 1935 [No.1]; Sjostrom, H. Thalidomide and the power of drug companies. 1972 [S298]; Forsyth, F. The biafra story. 1969 [S276]; Pincher, Chapman The breeding of farm animals. 1946 [PH10], signed by the author; generally in good condition, some fading to backstrips and chipping to head/tails (quantity) £250-350 117 Picture sheets and paper games A collection of 19th century picture sheets and paper games, various subjects including buildings and interiors, mechanical engineering, dolls and costumes, religion, theatre and the circus, in the majority coloured through stencils; sold not subject to return (qty) £500-700

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NATURAL HISTORY 118 Agriculture of Berwickshire — Kerr, Robert General view of the agriculture of the county of Berwick. London: printed for Sherwood, Neely and Jones, 1813. 8vo, half title, folding map, hand coloured in outline, modern morocco backed boards, interior very clean £150-200 119 Agriculture of East and Mid-Lothian — Robertson, George General view of the agriculture of the county of Mid-Lothian. Edinburgh: for G. Nicol, 1795. 8vo, hand coloured folding map, 11 plates [2 folding], original blue wrappers, chipped at edges, small section of backstrip lacking, contemporary ink inscription on upper wrapper, interior clean; [Idem] General view of the agriculture of the county of East Lothian. London: printed by W. Bulmer and Co., 1805. 8vo, hand coloured folding map [loose], paper wrappers, tape repaired backstrip, lacking front free endpaper, map browned (2) £200-300

120 Agriculture of Mid-Lothian — Robertson, George General view of the agriculture of the county of Mid-Lothian. Edinburgh: for G. Nicol, 1795. 8vo, hand-colored folding map, 11 engraved plates, modern cloth, red morocco label, replacement endpapers, some foxing, neat ink inscription to endpaper; [Idem] Rural recollections... Irvine: for the author, 1829. 8vo, frontispiece, 19th century calf gilt, some rubbing to backstrip, contemporary ink marginalia, 20th century ink notes to front blank, foxing to frontispiece, bookplate (2) Provenance: Sir William Forbes Arbuckle (1902-1966), neat inscription. £200-300 121 Agriculture of Renfrewshire — Wilson, John General view of the agriculture of Renfrewshire. Paisley: for G. & W. Nicol, 1812. 8vo, folding hand-coloured map, folding table, 2 plates [including folding frontispiece], contemporary straight grained calf, rebacked, contemporary ink inscription to title and marginalia, bookplate Provenance: John Tennant, bookplate; Charles Tennant, inscription. £150-200

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122 Agriculture of Roxburghshire — Douglas, Rev. Robert General view of the agriculture in the counties of Roxburgh and Selkirk. Edinburgh: printed for G. Nicoll, 1798. 8vo, 2 folding handcoloured maps, engraved plate, modern morocco backed boards, replacement endpapers, some foxing to maps otherwise clean £150-200 123 Audubon, John James Iceland or Jer Falcon; Summer or Wood Duck. London: The Ariel Press, [1972-73]. From the 4th edition, limited to 500 sets, 63 by 96cm, framed and glazed (2) £500-800 124 Duhamel du Monceau, Henri Louis Traité des arbres et arbustes qui se cultivent en France. Paris: H.L. Guerin & L.F. Delatour, 1755. First edition, 2 volumes, 4to, 4 folding engraved plates, 250 woodcut plates, engraved illustrations, halftitles, contemporary calf, rebacked, corners repaired, small wormhole to fore-margin of first few leaves of volume 2, occasional light discolouration of text; Pratt, Anne The ferns of Great Britain. London, [no date]. 8vo, 41 colour plates, illustrated by J.B. Sowerby, original cloth gilt, backstrip discoloured, tear to upper hinge, previous ink inscriptions to front endpaper; [Idem] The British grasses and sedges. London, [no date]. 8vo, 35 colour plates, original green cloth gilt, some fading to backstrip; Foster, Birket Fern leaves from Fanny’s portfolio. London, 1853. Second edition, 8vo, frontispiece, original green cloth gilt, rebacked, previous ink inscription (5)

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Provenance: From the library of Charles William Stewart, illustrator. £1,000-1,500 125 Gazzadi, Domenico Zoologia morale, esposta in cento venti discorsi in versi o in prosa... Florence: Vincenzo Batelli, 1843 [-1846]. Folio, 2 volumes, half title, 92 [of 93] engraved plates, contemporary calf backed boards, replacement endpapers, backstrips rubbed, lacking the llama plate, gnu plate torn with loss, some other tearing to text leaves [no loss], spotting, many tissue guards removed (2) £800-1,200 126 Jardine, Sir William British salmonidae. London: Decimus, 1979. Folio, number 61 of 500 copies, colour plates, original morocco backed cloth, morocco label, slipcase £250-350

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127 Kircher, Athanasius Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio. Amsterdam: J. Janssonius, 1671. Folio, additional engraved title, engraved portrait of Clement X, 27 engraved plates and maps [15 double page, 1 folding], engraved illustrations, nineteenth century half calf, rubbed, browning and spotting, small tear to A4, small tear to one plate Note: First edition of Kircher’s topographical description of Lazio, together with illustrations of the countryside, the remains of Roman villas and views of more modern country estates. Provenance: “Bib. Coll. Val. Gir. S.J.”, library label of a Parisian Jesuit College on inside front cover. £1,200-1,800 128 St. John, Charles Natural history & sport in Moray. Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1882. 8vo, frontispiece, vignette title, 38 plates, original green cloth gilt, some fading to backstrip, some light foxing to upper edge; [Idem] A tour in Sutherlandshire. London: John Murray, 1849. 8vo, 2 volumes, frontispieces, original cloth gilt, some fading to backstrip, foxing to early leaves, lacking front free endpapers, bookplates; Scrope, William The art of deer-stalking. London: John Murray, 1838. First edition, 8vo, frontispiece, engraved title, 10 engraved plates, contemporary half morocco gilt, foxing to plates and title (4) £200-300

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129 White, Rev. Gilbert The natural history and antiquities of Selborne in the county of Southampton. London: printed for White, et al. 1813. 4to, folding frontispiece, 9 plates [one hand-coloured], full morocco gilt, some rubbing to edges, a.e.g., some foxing to plates; Heber, Reginald Narrative of a journey through the upper provinces of India. London, 1828. Third edition, 8vo, 3 volumes, 27 engraved plates, modern cloth gilt, volume one rebacked, interior very clean (4) £200-300 130 Woodville, William Medical botany. London: for the author, 1790. 4 volumes, small 4to, 274 hand-coloured plates, contemporary calf, some spotting and browning, several plates bound upside down, colouring of several plates smudged, dampstaining affecting some plates and text in volume 3, very worn, some covers detached £200-300


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BOOKS FROM THE LIBRARY OF BEMERSYDE HOUSE, THE HOME OF EARL HAIG 131 Aelianus, Tacitus The tactiks of Aelian. London: L. Lisle, 1616. Folio, engraved title, 45 (of 50) engraved plates, contemporary calf, lower corner rubbed and frayed throughout affecting some plates and occasionally text, some soiling, binding worn. Sold not subject to return £100-150 132 Agriculture — Douglas, Robert General view of the agriculture in the counties of Roxburgh and Selkirk. Edinburgh, 1798. 8vo, 3 engraved plates, 2 folding maps hand-coloured in outline, original boards, uncut, slight dampstaining at beginning; Culley, George Observations on live stock. London, 1794. Second edition, 8vo, original boards, uncut, spine worn (2) £200-300 133 Agriculture of Roxburgh — Douglas, Robert General view of the agriculture of Roxburgh and Selkirk. Edinburgh: G. Nicoll, 1798. First edition, 8vo, 2 hand-coloured folding maps, 2 engraved plates (1 folding), contemporary half calf, spine gilt, head of spine slightly rubbed £150-200

134 Berwickshire — Ornithology — Muirhead, George The birds of Berwickshire. Edinburgh: D. Douglas, 1895. 2 volumes, 8vo, plates, illustrations, original blue cloth, lower edges very slightly rubbed £100-150 135 Billings, Robert William The baronial and the ecclesiastical antiquities of Scotland. Edinburgh: for the author, 1845-52. 4 volumes, 4to, 240 engraved plates, tissue guards, fine embossed calf, spines gilt, morocco labels, gauffered edges, occasional spotting £150-200 136 Bindings — Fielding, Henry The works. Edinburgh: Martin & Wotherspoon, 1767. 11 (of 12) volumes, 12mo, engraved frontispiece, contemporary calf, red morocco labels, rubbed; Walpole, Horace Anecdotes of painting in England. London: J. Dodsley, 1786. 5 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf, red morocco labels; Swift, Jonathan The works. Edinburgh reprinted: G. Hamilton &c., 1752. 9 (of 10) volumes, 12mo, engraved frontispiece in volume 1, contemporary calf (26) £200-300

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137 Bindings — Macaulay, Thomas Babington The history of England. London, 1856. 10 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf; Tytler, Patrick F. History of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1845. Third edition, 7 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf, red morocco labels; and a quantity of leather bindings (quantity) £250-350 138 Bindings — Montaigne, Michel de The essays, edited by Peter Coste. London, 1776. 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf; Vertot, l’abbé de The history of the revolutions in Spain. London, 1724. 3 volumes in 5, 8vo, contemporary panelled calf; Shaftesbury, Earl of Characteristicks of men, manners, opinions, times. [London], 1732. 3 volumes, 8vo, engraved frontispiece and title vignettes, contemporary calf, rubbed; and 8 others, leather bound, (19) £200-300 139 Boswell, James The life of Samuel Johnson. London: J. Murray, 1835. 10 volumes, 12mo, engraved titles, frontispieces and plates, contemporary half calf, morocco labels, spines gilt £150-200 140 British military uniforms, watercolours by Edmond Réquin R.M. Fusiliers, Aldershot, August 1913; Black Watch, Aldershot, August 1913; 1st Grenadier Guards, August 1913, each 33 by 18.5cm, framed and glazed £100-200 141 Bronte, Charlotte, Emily and Anne Novels of the Sisters Bronte, edited by Temple Scott. Edinburgh: J. Grant, 1924. Thornton edition, 12 volumes, 8vo, plates, original green cloth gilt, t.e.g., a few spots, chiefly to endpapers and page edges £200-250 142 Buchan, William Domestic medicine. London: A. Strahan, 1797. 8vo, contemporary calf; Roberts, W.H. The British wine-maker and domestic brewer. Edinburgh, 1835. 12mo, original cloth, hinges weak (2) £150-200 143 Chalmers, George Caledonia. London: T. Cadell &c., 1807-24. 3 volumes, 4to, 2 folding tables, folding map, and 5 engraved plates, contemporary calf, spines gilt, upper joint of volume 1 splitting, occasional foxing, mostly light £150-200

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144 Cookery — Glasse, Hannah The art of cookery, made plain and easy. London, 1755. Fifth edition, 8vo, signed by the authoress on page 1, contemporary calf, [ESTC N14610], lacking half-title, somewhat spotted, occasional staining, upper joint splitting £120-180


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145 Cookery — Lamb, Patrick Royal Cookery: or, the compleat court-cook. London: J. Nutt & A. Roper, 1716. Second edition, 8vo, 40 folding engraved plates, contemporary panelled calf, title slightly dust-soiled, head of spine slightly rubbed, hole just affecting plate at p. 140, a few spots and small stains £300-400 146 Cowper, William The works. London: Baldwin & Craddock, 1836-37. 15 volumes, 12mo, engraved titles and frontispieces, contemporary calf, spines gilt £150-200 147 Curling — Kerr, John The history of curling. Edinburgh: D. Douglas, 1890. First edition, large 8vo, presentation copy from the author to Field Marshal Haig, pictorial title, 15 plates, illustrations, original red morocco backed pictorial boards, spine gilt, t.e.g., boards slightly soiled, corners lightly rubbed £200-300 148 Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Warwickshire — Agriculture — Marshall, William The rural economy of the Midland counties, including the management of livestock in Leicestershire and its environs. London: G. Nicol, 1790. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, engraved map, contemporary map, small split to one joint £150-250 149 Dickens, Charles [Works]. Chapman and Hall, [c.1880], 30 volumes, 8vo, [no edition name], plates, red quarter morocco, t.e.g., occasional light spotting £300-500 150 Edmonds, Sir James E. History of the Great War based on official documents. Military operations, France and Belgium, 1914, 2 vol. and 2 map volumes, France and Belgium 1915, 2 vol. and 2 map volumes, France and Belgium 1916, volume 1 only, Map volume 1 only, & Appendices; France and Belgium 1917, volume 2 text only, London: Macmillan, 1928- H.M.S.O., 1948, several volumes inscribed by Edmonds, original cloth, 1915 map volume 1 with some rodent damage, some hinges weak, occasional light soiling to a few bindings, a few spines faded; and 6 duplicate volumes (20) £400-600

151 151 Edward VIII as Prince of Wales The Legion Book. Limited to 100 copies, all for presentation by H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, this copy inscribed to George, Earl Haig, also signed on specially bound in blank leaves by artists and authors including Humbert Wolfe, Stanley Spencer, Eric Ravilious, W. Rothenstein, Eric Gill, Eric Dagliesh, J.C. Squire, Laura Knight, John Galsworthy, Rudyard Kipling, Robert Bridges, A.E. Coppard, W. Walcot, Edward Bawden, Bernard Partridge, Edmund Blunden, T. Hamilton Lawford, C. Ricketts, William Orpen, Laurence Binyon, W. Heath Robinson, John Nash, James McBey, P.G. Wodehouse, David Low, A.K. Lawrence, Muirhead Bone, H.C. McNeile, Winifred Austen, Eric H. Kennington, Augustus John, Paul Nash, Albert Rutherston, Winston Churchill, William Nicholson, Sheila Kaye-Smith, David Robertson, George Clausen, Frank Short, Mark Gertler, Henry Newbolt, John Drinkwater, D. Llewellyn, D.Y. Cameron, John Lavery, Gilbert Murray, Margaret Kennedy, Hugh Walpole, G.K. Chesterton, V. Sackville-West, Strube, Max Beerbohm, Rebecca West, David Garnett, Jacob Epstein, Stephen Gooden, Clare Leighton, W.H. Davies, Charles Lamb, Bliss Carman, Aldous Huxley, Walter de la Mare, Edith Sitwell, Edgar Wallace, Arnold Bennett, Sarah Gertrude Millin; plates, some signed by the artist, elaborate white blind-stamped and gilt pigskin designed by Charles Ricketts and bound by Wood of London, folding cloth box £1,500-2,500 See colour illustration on page 67

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152 Egypt — Wilson, Robert Thomas History of the British expedition to Egypt. London: T. Egerton, 1803. Second edition, 4to, engraved frontispiece portrait, 3 folding maps and plans, one with short clean tear, final leaf laid down, nineteenth century red half morocco gilt £150-200 153 Eustace, John Chetwode A classical tour through Italy. London: J. Mawman, 1815. Third edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, folding map and 10 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, spines gilt, some light spotting, tear to map repaired £200-300 154 Fortescue, J.W. The history of the British army. London: Macmillan, 1899-1912. 7 volumes in 8 and 2 map volumes, original red cloth, perforations to some preliminary leaves of volume 3 and wrinkling to upper cover, a few hinges weak, a few marks £120-180 155 Gardening Planting and ornamental gardening. London: J. Dodsley, 1785. First edition, 8vo, half-title, erratum leaf, contemporary calf; Miller, Philip The gardeners dictionary. London: C. Rivington, 1741. Second edition, 8vo, volume 1 only, engraved frontispiece and one plate, corner of U4 torn away with loss of two letters, contemporary calf, extremities worn (2) £150-200 156 Gibbon, Edward The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire. London: Bohn, 1853-55. 7 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf, Rugby School arms gilt on upper covers, g.e.; Wraxall, N.W. Posthumous memoirs of his own time. London: R. Bentley, 1836. 3 volumes, 8vo; Historical memoirs of his own time. London: R. Bentley, 1836. 4 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf, spines gilt, some spotting (14) £200-300

157 Hawkesworth, John An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of his present Majesty for making discoveries in the Southern hemisphere. London: W. Strahan & T. Cadell, 1785. Volumes 1-2 only (of 4), 2 folding charts & 1 plate only, contemporary calf, rubbed; Robertson, W. An historical disquisition concerning the knowledge. 1794. 8vo, contemporary calf (3) £100-150 158 Holy Bible — Red morocco binding Book of Common Prayer, Oxford: J. Baskett, 1719; The Holy Bible. Oxford: J. Baskett, 1723; 4to, additional engraved title, frontispiece portrait, numerous engraved plates, contemporary panelled red morocco gilt, spine gilt, g.e., joints partially split; with a very defective copy of The Book of Common Prayer., Edinburgh: Robert Young, 1637 (2) £200-300 159 Italy — Rome — Lumisden, Andrew Remarks on the antiquities of Rome and its environs. London: G. Nicol, 1797. 4to, engraved frontispiece, folding map, folding plan and 10 plates, contemporary tree calf, split to one fold of plan, joints cracked, head of spine slightly rubbed £200-300 160 Johnson, Samuel The works of the English poets. London: C. Bathurst &c., 1779. 68 (of 75) volumes, 12mo, engraved frontispieces, contemporary calf, some offsetting from the plates, a few volumes rubbed, lacking several frontispieces and a few labels, title to volume 8 holed, with loss and adhesion to frontispiece £700-1,000 161 Kent, Nathaniel Hints to gentlemen of landed property. London, 1799. 8vo, engraved plates and folding plans, original boards, uncut; Willich, A.F.M. Lectures on diet and regimen. London, 1799. 8vo, lacking pp.699-702 of index, original boards, uncut, spine repaired and worn; Morison, Aeneas The trial of William Brodie. Edinburgh: C. Elliot, 1788. 8vo, original wrappers, uncut, lacking the 2 portraits, spine rubbed; Atcheson, N. Report of a case... on the validity of a sentence of condemnation by an enemy’s consult in a neutral port. London, 1800. 8vo, original wrappers, uncut, lacking upper wrapper; Playfair, William Outlines of natural philosophy. Edinburgh, 1812. 8vo, volume 1 only, original wrappers, uncut; and 3 others (8) £200-300

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162 Kipling, Rudyard A song of the English. 4to, 30 coloured mounted plates by W. Heath Robinson, original cloth gilt; Ruttledge, H. Everest 1933. 1934. Large 8vo, one upper corner worn; Campbell of Barcaldine, Sir D. Records of Clan Campbell in the military service of the Honourable East India Company 1600-1858. London, 1925. 8vo, original cloth; Graham, E. Maxtone The Oliphants of Gask. 1910. Large 8vo, original cloth gilt; Ibsen, H. Peer Gynt. London: G.G. Harrap, 1936. 4to, plates by Arthur Rackham, presentation copy from Faye Harrap, inscribed on title, original cloth; Hammond, D. The golf swing. 1920. 8vo, original cloth; [Campbell] The house of Argyll and the collateral branches of the clan Campbell. Glasgow, 1871. 8vo, folding genealogical table (split at folds without loss), 2 plates, original cloth; Allestree, Richard The government of the tongue. Oxford, 1702. Sixth impression, engraved frontispiece, contemporary calf, owner’s name deleted from head of title, head of spine slightly rubbed; and 19 others (27) £200-300 163 Knox, John, publisher A new collection of voyages, discoveries and travels. London: J. Knox, 1767. Volumes 1-4 (of 7), 8vo, 8 folding maps & charts, 8 plates, contemporary calf, head of spines chipped, hinges splitting, some worming to lower margins of volume 2 affecting one map and plate £100-150 164 La Fontaine, Jean de Oeuvres. Antwerp: J. & H. Sauvage, 1726. 3 volumes, 4to, engraved portrait, contemporary calf, arms of M. Bonnier de la Mosson on upper covers, some spotting, bindings worn, hinges splitting; Quentin, J. Souvenir des fortifications. Arras, 1891-92; [Idem] Arras, ses edifices. [Arras, c. 1891], no title, plates, both oblong folio, half morocco, slightly spotted, a bit rubbed and soiled; and 1 other [Ah quel plaisir d’être soldat!] (6) £150-250 165 Marlborough, Duke of — William Coxe Memoirs of John Duke of Marlborough. London: Longman &c., 1818. 3 volumes, 4to, 28 engraved plates, plans and maps, some folding, contemporary half calf, spines gilt, some spotting and offsetting, cracking to some joints; Moore, James A narrative of the campaign of the British army in Spain. London: J. Johnson, 1809. 4to, engraved frontispiece, folding plan, folding map (small tear repaired), clothbacked boards, some spotting; Cassell Cassell’s illustrated history of England. London: Cassell, [c.1880]. 9 volumes, 4to, illustrations, contemporary half calf, spines of two volumes worn with loss (13) £150-200

166 Mercers Company — Watney, Sir John Some account of the Hospital of St. Thomas of Acon, in The Cheap, London, and of the plate of the Mercers’ Company. London, 1906. Second edition, 4to, plates, original cloth gilt; Rayden, A.E. Mercers Hall. London: Country Life. 1947. First edition, 4to, number 185 of 1000 copies, plates, original buckram gilt, t.e.g., uncut; Imray, Jean The Mercers Hall. London: Topographical Society, 1991. 4to, plates, original cloth, dust-jacket; Lane, Roger The Mercers’ Company Plate. London:1985. 4to, plates, original cloth (4) £150-250 167 Military Advice to the officers of the British army. London: G. Kearsley, 1787. Ninth edition, folding frontispiece; [Anon.] Hints to Subalterns of the British army. London: T. & W. Boone, 1843; [Anon.] Advice to the officers of the British navy. London: W. Flexney, 1790. Second edition, folding frontispiece, 3 works in one volume, 12mo, contemporary half calf, spine gilt £100-150 168 Military — Seton, Sir Bruce & John Grant The pipes of war. A record of the achievements of pipers of Scottish & overseas regiments during the war 1914-18. Glasgow: Maclehose, Jackson, 1920. 4to, mounted plates, original parchment-backed cloth, t.e.g., some spotting to parchment; Callwell, C.E. Field-Marshall Sir Henry Wilson. 1927. 2 volumes, 8vo, original two-tone cloth, slight spotting to volume 2 title; French, Gerald The life of Field-Marshall Sir John French. 1931. First edition, 8vo, original cloth (4) £300-400 169 Moliere, J.B.P. Oeuvres. Paris, [no publisher], 1734. Nouvelle edition, 6 volumes, 4to, with portrait and 32 [of 33] plates, contemporary calf, some browning and spotting, stain to volume 6 title margin, tear to p.589 volume 5, and p.265 volume 6, occasional light soiling, bindings chipped and worn, hinges splitting; Beaurain, Jean de Histoire militaire de Flandre. Paris: de Beaurain, 1755. Folio, 2 volumes only [of 6], additional engraved title, 64 engraved maps only [of 148], later cloth, slight dampstaining to upper corner towards end (7) £300-400 170 Moore, John A view of society and manners in France, Switzerland and Germany. London: W. Strahan, 1779; Moore, John A view of society and manners in Italy. London: W. Strahan, 1781. 8vo, uniform contemporary calf (4) £100-150

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171 Napoleon — Scott, Sir Walter The life of Napoleon Buonaparte. Edinburgh: Ballantyne for Longman &c., 1827. Second edition, 8 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf, morocco labels £120-180 172 Newstead, Melrose — Curle, James A Roman frontier post and its people. The fort of Newstead in the parish of Melrose. Glasgow: J. Maclehose, 1911. 4to, plates, folding plans and maps, original red cloth, t.e.g., others uncut, spine very slightly faded, with the author’s compliments slip pasted onto front endpaper £150-200 173 Order of the Thistle — Lord Lyon King of Arms The knights of the most noble and most ancient order of the thistle. Edinburgh, 1911. 4to, number 52 of 100 copies, plates, blue half morocco, t.e.g., uncut; Grillion’s Club, a Chronicle 1812-1913. Oxford, 1914. 4to, limited to 200 copies, half vellum, t.e.g., uncut; Burke, Bernard A genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the peerage and baronetage. 1894. Thick 8vo, original cloth, title loose, rubbed (3) £150-200 174 Oxford — Rundt, Carl Ludwig A walk round Oxford. [Berlin: Edward Haenel, printer, 1851]. Oblong folio, 4pp. German and 4pp. English leaves of text, no printed title [? not called for],16 tinted lithographed plates, original roan-backed boards, spotting to some text, light spotting to a few plates, slight discolouration at extreme margin of plates, slightly rubbed at extremities Note: Very rare. A very similar work by Rundt appeared with the title: Views of the most Picturesque Colleges in the University of Oxford. [Berlin, ?1852]. £250-300 175 Pennant, Thomas British zoology. Warrington: B. White, 1776. 4 volumes, 8vo, 283 engraved plates including frontispieces, adhesion to p.262 volume 1 and plate, p.555 and plate 92 torn with loss of text & plate, attempts to delete owner’s inscription from engraved titles creating staining and fraying, especially to volume 1 engraved and printed title, some spotting and soiling to text and plates, head and base of spines worn £200-300

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176 Repington, C. à C. The First World War 1914-1918. London, 1920. 2 volumes, 8vo, original cloth; Stern, A.G. Tanks. London, 1919. 8vo, original cloth; Gough, H. The fifth army. 1931. 8vo, original cloth; Stewart, R. The Victoria Cross. London, n.d., 8vo, original cloth, spotted, spine slightly faded; Robertson, William Soldiers and statesmen 1914-1918. London, 1926; 8vo, 2 volumes, original cloth; Buchan, J. & H. Newbolt. Days to remember. London, 1923. 12mo, half morocco; Dewar, G.A.B. Sir Douglas Haig’s command. London, 1922; 2 volumes, 8vo, original cloth; and 12 others (22) £200-300 177 Scotland — Tweddell, John Remains. London: J. Mawman, 1816. 4to, engraved frontispiece and plates, contemporary tree calf, spine gilt; Bannatyne Club, Melrose and Dryburgh Liber S. Marie de Dryburgh. Edinburgh, 1848. 4to, contemporary half calf; Liber Sancte Marie de Melros. Edinburgh, 1837. 2 volumes, 4to, coloured plates, original boards, lacking three boards; Dalrymple, Sir David Annals of Scotland. Edinburgh: J. Murray, 1776-79. 2 volumes in one, 4to, half-titles, contemporary half calf, a little spotting, head of spine worn, joints splitting; Beattie, William Scotland illustrated in a series of views. London: G.Virtue, 1838. volume 1 only, engraved plates; Wilson, Professor, and R. Chambers. The land of Burns. Glasgow: Blackie & Son, 1840. 2 volumes, 4to, additional engraved titles and 79 plates, contemporary red morocco gilt by A. Sutherland’s Bible Depot, 12 Leith Street, Edinburgh, with their ticket, lacking vignette title of Nithsdale, slight spotting, slightly rubbed (8) £200-300 178 Scots Peerage — Paul, Sir James Balfour The Scots peerage founded on Wood’s edition of Sir Robert Douglas’s peerage of Scotland. Edinburgh: D. Douglas, 1904-1914. 9 volumes, 8vo, plates, original blue cloth gilt, t.e.g., others uncut £300-400 179 Scott, Sir Walter The works. Edinburgh: Cadell & Co., 1829-34. 48 volumes, 12mo, engraved frontispieces and titles, contemporary half calf, spines gilt, morocco labels; and 2 volumes of Anecdotes, frontispieces and titles rather spotted (50) £400-600 180 Scott, Walter Memorials of the Haliburtons. Edinburgh: J. Ballantyne & Co., 1820. First edition, 4to, presentation copy signed by the author, engraved frontispiece, original pink cloth, paper label on upper cover, uncut, cloth faded, splitting to upper joint £300-500


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181 Scott, Walter — Lockhart, John Gibson The Ballantyne-Humbug handled in a letter to Sir Adam Fergusson. Edinburgh: R. Cadell, 1839. 8vo, errata slip, disbound; Trustees and Son the late Mr James Ballantyne Refutation of the mistatements and calumnies contained in Mr Lockhart’s Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart, respecting the Messrs Ballantyne. London: Longman &c., 1838. Second edition, 8vo, lacking upper wrapper; Irving, W. Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey. London: J. Murray, 1835. 12mo, contemporary calf; Byron, Lord Childe Harold’s pilgrimage. Canto the Fourth. London: J. Murray, 1818. First edition, second issue [with second paragraph of 7 lines on page 160], 8vo, original boards, margin at head of title torn without loss, some spotting, spine worn (4) £150-200 182 Shakespeare, William The plays... to which are added notes by Samuel Johnson. London: H. Woodfall &c., 1768. 8 volumes, 8vo, engraved frontispiece portrait, contemporary calf, head of spines rubbed £150-200

183 Simson, Robert Elements of the conic sections. Edinburgh: C. Elliot, 1775. 8vo, 14 folding engraved plates, original boards, uncut, worn £150-200 184 Smith, Adam An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations. London: A. Strahan & T. Cadell, 1786. Fourth edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf, slight worming to upper margin of preliminary leaves of volume 1 and at end affecting some letters from EE1, slight worming to upper margin of volume 2, Contents leaf in volume 3 misbound, rubbed, two joints split, lacking one label £600-800 185 South Africa, Boer War — Amery, L.S. The Times history of the war in South Africa 1899-1900. London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co., 1900-1909. First edition, 7 volumes, 8vo, plates, folding plans and maps including 5 folding maps in pockets, original red cloth gilt, a few spots, a few light marks to bindings £100-150

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186 South Africa, Boer War — Maurice, Major-General Sir Frederick History of the war in South Africa 1899-1902. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1906-10. 8 volumes comprising 4 text vol. and 4 map vol., numerous folding maps, original blue cloth gilt, t.e.g., others uncut, unopened, slight split to one map volume £150-200 187 Southey, Robert History of the peninsula war. London: J. Murray, 1823-32. 3 volumes, 4to, contemporary half calf gilt, title of volume 1 with hole and adhesions affecting a few letters £100-150

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188 Sport, big game, hunting and ornithology — Ross, J. & H. Gunn The book of the red deer and empire big game. London, 1925. 4to, number 6 of 500 copies, inscribed by the author, plates, original white buckram gilt, slightly marked; Surtees, R.S. Jorrocks’ jaunts and jollities. London, 1874. Fourth edition, 8vo, coloured title and 15 handcoloured lithographed plates, original pictorial cloth; Day, J.W. Sport in Egypt. 1938. 4to, original cloth; Millais, J.G. The wildfowler in Scotland. London, 1901. 4to, frontispiece and 20 plates, original half parchment, soiled, small split to head of upper joint; Edwards, Lionel Forrard-on!. London,1930. 4to, plates, original quarter cloth, boards rubbed & marked; Chalmers, P. Birds ashore and aforeshore. London, 1935. 4to, plates by W. Austen, original cloth, dust-wrapper frayed; The Royal Caledonian Hunt Edinburgh, 1937. 8vo, plates, black half morocco gilt (7) £150-250


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189 Sporting Magazine London: I. Pittman, 1819-1828 and 1829-31, volumes 54-56, 58-77, 8vo, engraved titles and plates, various half calf bindings, some soiling, spotting and offsetting, some volumes worn, lacking a number of plates, occasional tears. Sold not subject to return (23) £300-500 190 Steed, John Military discipline, or the art of war. London: Robert Mordern, 1689. Second edition, 12mo, [viii], 108, [iv], engraved frontispiece & 21 plates, contemporary calf Note: Wing S75. £200-300 191 The Scottish Borders — Morton, James The monastic annals of Teviotdale. Edinburgh: W. H. Lizars, 1832. 4to, 19 engraved plates, half green morocco, some spotting, head of spine chipped; Nicholson, William, Lord Bishop of Carlisle. Leges marchiarum or border-laws. London, 1747. 12mo, contemporary calf, head of spine slightly rubbed; Hall, Robert The history of Galashiels. Galashiels, 1898. 4to, no. 71 of 425 copies, plates, original cloth, t.e.g., uncut; Mack, J.L. The border line. Edinburgh, 1924. 4to, original cloth; Bower, John Description of the abbeys of Melrose and old Melrose. Kelso: A. Leadbetter for the author, 1813. 8vo, folding frontispiece, original cloth; [Berwickshire Police] Berwickshire Regulations of Police. Dunse: J. Brown, [c.1800]. 8vo, wrappers; Maxwell, Sir Herbert The lowland Scots regiments. Glasgow, 1918. Large 8vo, coloured plates, original cloth; Craig, R.S. Hawick and the Border. Hawick, 1927. 8vo, no. 101 of 250 copies, original buckram, spine faded; Speedy, Tom Craigmillar and its environs. Selkirk, 1892. 8vo, original cloth; Ridpath, George The border history of England & Scotland. Berwick: H. Richardson, 1810. 4to, original cloth, lacks spine, covers detached; and c. 37 others on the Borders, and Scotland (48) £300-350 192 The Tweed — Maxwell, Herbert The story of the Tweed. London: J. Nisbet, 1905. Folio, number 165 of 375 copies, plates by D.Y. Cameron, original green buckram gilt, t.e.g., others uncut £150-200 193 Trollope, Anthony The small house at Allington. London: Smith Elder, 1864. Third edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half morocco, slightly spotted; Ronaldshay, The Earl of Sport and politics under an Eastern sky. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1902. 8vo, plates, original cloth, lacks map, slightly rubbed, a few stab marks to upper cover (3) £150-200

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194 Victoria, Queen — Presentation copy Leaves from the journal of our life in the Highlands from 1848 to 1861. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1868. 4to, presentation copy inscribed “To Doris Vivien, from her affectionate Victoria R.I., Balmoral, Sept. 11, 1908”, 8 engraved plates, 2 chromolithographed plates, vignettes, original pictorial red cloth gilt, g.e. £400-600 195 Victoria, Queen — Presentation copy More leaves from the journal of a life in the Highlands, from 1862 to 1882. London: Smith, Elder, 1884. Fifth edition, 8vo, presentation copy “To Doris Vivien from her affectionate Victoria R., Balmoral, Sept. 11, 1908”. 13 plates, de luxe binding of original pictorial green morocco gilt, g.e., spine lightly faded £600-800

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199 Downe, Rev. John Certaine treatises of... Oxford: John Litchfield, 1633. 8vo, woodcut title [bound with] A treatise of the true nature and definition of justifying faith. Oxford: John Litchfield, 1633. 8vo, modern calf backed cloth Note: STC 7152-7153. £150-200 200 Koran — Sale, George The Koran... London: for J. Wilcox, 1734. First edition of Sale’s translation, 4to, title in red and black, folding map, 4 engraved plates [3 folding], later calf gilt, worn at edges, hinges splitting, water staining to circa 39 leaves, repairs to outer edges of first few leaves, bookplate Provenance: Wharncliffe Silkstone Club, bookplate. £600-800 196

196 Waterloo The great battle of Waterloo fought on the 18th of June, 1815. Printed cloth celebrating the battle, 51 by 66cm, with loss, primarily in upper left corner, framed and glazed £100-150 197 Wilkins, John Mercury, or the secret and swift messenger. London: J. Maynard and T. Wilkins, 1641. First edition, 8vo, contemporary calf, lacking blanks A1 and M7-8, A8 torn without loss, some spotting and soiling, text block broken, stitching weak, ink ownership inscription to title and endpaper, spine worn with loss £150-250

PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION 198 Bible — Red morocco binding The Holy Bible. Oxford: S. Crowder & W. Jackson, 1778. 8vo, contemporary red morocco, sides with gilt border, spine gilt, neatly rebacked retaining spine, g.e., metal clasps; Crawford, L.H. Direct steamer tracks to the Mediterranean, India, China, Japan, Australia and South Africa. London, 1904. 12mo, interspersed with typed details of courses and distances, half calf (2) £100-150

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201 Presbyterian Church — [Baxter, Richard] The grand debate between the most Reverend Bishops and the Presbyterian divines. London, 1661. 8vo, [Wing B1278A], later wrappers, last few leaves heavily browned; Reyner, Rev. Edward Rules for the government of the tongue. London, 1656. 8vo, [Wing R1230], contemporary calf, repaired; [William, John, Bishop] The case of indifferent things used in the worship of God. London, 1683. 8vo, [Wing W2690], disbound, title loose; Waterland, Daniel A vindication of Christ’s divinity. Cambridge, 1719. Second edition, 8vo, contemporary calf, worn, bookplate; Watts, Isaac The world to come. Glasgow, 1819. New edition, 8vo, portrait frontispiece, contemporary half calf, bookplate; Dewar, James A history of Elmwood Presbyterian Church. Belfast, 1900. 8vo, frontispiece, original decorative cloth gilt, interior clean; and 16 others, most relating to Presbyterianism (22) £200-300 202 Psalter — Church Slavonic Psalter in Church Slavonic. Moscow, 1766. Folio, woodcut header and border on title, printed in red and black, contemporary blind stamped calf, worn [sections lacking], heavily repaired, marginalia, soiled and stained. Sold not subject to return. £300-400

203 Psalter — Church Slavonic Manuscript psalter and canticles in church Slavonic. [South Slavonic Islands, c.18th century]. 4to, ff.[2(preface)], 186 (Psalms), 40 (prayers for reading after Psalms; Canticles), manuscript in red and brown ink in a slightly shaky hand, full page illustration of King David pasted opposite start of main text, decorative initials and headpieces, contemporary blind ruled calf over wooden boards, part of two clasps remaining, many leaves pasted together [some now pulled apart] or with replacement manuscript text, staining. Sold not subject to return. £1,000-1,500 204 Reading for the Blind — Gall, James The epistle to the Ephesians printed for the blind. Edinburgh: James Gall, [c. 1835]. 8vo, printed in Gall’s embossed, angular type, contemporary cloth, paper label, some bumping to edges and corners, interior very clean and stable Note: James Gall (d.1874) developed his own embossed, angular type as an aid for educating the blind in 1827. In 1834 he published the Gospel of St John, the printing of which had been completed in January 1832. The collection of the Royal Blind School of Edinburgh is now housed in the National Library for Scotland, it consists of 83 works (73 in special types) by various publishers including Gall of Edinburgh and Alston of Glasgow, this particular volume does not seem to be part of the collection. £200-300

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206 PHOTOGRAPHY 205 Australia — Brisbane — Wright, G. P. Panoramic albumen print of Brisbane, c.1880, 6 sections [only?], each section 12 by 17cm, total length 107cm, pasted onto concertina card leaves, pencil captions below; Australia Its land, conditions and prospects, the observations and experiences of the Scottish Agricultural Commission of 1910-11. Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1911. 8vo, original paper wrappers, dustmarked and torn at backstrip (2) £150-200 206* Davidson, Bruce—Marilyn Monroe Marilyn Monroe in her dressing room, 1950’s, silver print, 16.5 by 25.3cm, photographer’s copyright wetstamp ‘c. Bruce Davidson — magnum’, ‘abc press’ agency wetstamp, collection wetstamp ‘Collectie/David en Tessa Winter’ and various other annotations on the reverse £300-500 207 Loch Carron Works — George, Prince, Duke of Kent Cuttings from “The Falkirk Herald” and photographs of royal visit, January 20th 1932. 12 photographs pasted onto both sides of leaves, newspaper cuttings pasted to leaves, original morocco gilt, dampstain to upper edge of boards, interior unaffected £150-200

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208 Mount Wilson Solar Observatory Planetary nebula, the sun and ring nebula in Lyra. Three studies, 1908-1921, 19 by 24cm, 19.5 by 19.5cm, and 19 by 24cm respectively, comprising ‘G 33. Planetary Nebula N.G.C. 7009, exposure 3 ? hrs., July 13, 1912’, ‘B 7. The Sun, October 7, 1908. Ha Hydrogen’ and ‘Ring Nebula in Lyra. Made with 100” Hooker Telescope’, silver bromide prints, the first two titled and credited to Mount Wilson Solar Observatory on printed labels on the reverse, the third titled in pencil on the reverse (3) Literature: Planetary Nebula’ illustrated L. Rudaux & G. de Vaucouleurs 1948, p. 364. Ring Nebula reproduced L. Rudaux & G. de Vaucouleurs 1948, p. 365, with the caption ‘La Nébuleuse Annulaire M 57 de la Lyre est le prototype des Nébuleuses planétaires. Observatoire du Mont-Wilson, Télescope de 2m, 50, pose 1 heure, 1921’. Note: The Mount Wilson Observatory was established in 1904 by George Ellery Hale, with funding by the Carnegie Board of Trustees. Born in Chicago in 1868, Hale was fascinated by space from an early age, building his own telescope when just a child. As a student in 1890-91, he invented the Spectrohelioscope, an instrument which would revolutionise knowledge of the Sun’s activities. The Planetary Nebula of this lot was taken by George W. Ritchey who, prior to working at the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory, had already collaborated with George Ellery Hale at the Yerkes Observatory, William’s Bay, Wisconsin. Ritchey built the 60 inch (1m 50) telescope and later the large 100 inch (2m 50) telescope at Mount Wilson. Planetary Nebula was first observed by Sir William Herschel in 1782. In 1850 it was named ‘Saturn Nebula’ by Lord Ross in his work Observations on Nebula because, looking at it through his 182cm telescope, Ross saw it as a miniature replica of the planet Saturn. £300-500


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209 Yosemite, California — Watkins, Carleton E. “El Capitan, 3,300 feet, Yosemite, California”. New series view, Mammoth albumen print, 52 by 38cm, framed and glazed Note An iconic image by one of San Francisco’s best known photographers who gained international fame in the 1860’s for his views of the Yosemite Valley. Following his expedition to Yosemite, Watkins’ reputation was securely established and for the next two decades he created some of the finest American landscape photographs of the nineteenth century. In 1875 Watkins declared bankruptcy and his negatives and gallery were sold to photographier Isaiah Taber who began to publish Watkins’s images under his own name. Watkins began again with a “New Series” of photographs, including a wide variety of subjects and formats, and returnined to many of the sites previously captured in his “Old Series” of images. The San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906 destroyed the entire contents of his studio, which he had inteneded to preserve at Stanford University. £1,500-2,000

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PRIVATE PRESS, ILLUSTRATED & BINDINGS 210 [Aldin, Cecil] Original charcoal and chalk sketch of a dog scaring a cat, approx. 43cm wide by 29cm high, pasted into album at corners, unsigned; Marçais, Georges Les faïences a reflets métalliques de la Grande Mosquée de Kairouan. Paris, 1928. 4to, 26 plates, later cloth gilt, owners ink inscription on front prelim, some discolouration to page edges; Arabia — Devergers, M. L’univers. Histoire et description de tous les peuples. Arabie. Paris, 1847, 8vo, volume 5 only, double page map, 44 plates, original decorative yellow boards, heavy foxing throughout; and 8 others (11) £200-300 211 Bakst, Leon The designs of Leon Bakst for the Sleeping Princess. London: Benn Bros., 1923. Folio, limited to 1000 copies, out of series copy, 54 mounted coloured plates, portrait by Picasso, & title vignette, original vellum-backed cloth, spine gilt, t.e.g., others uncut, spine a trifle dusty, owner’s name and date on front endpaper Provenance: From the library of Charles William Stewart, illustrator. £800-1,000 211 41


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212 Boyle, Eleanor Vere Ros rosarum ex horto poetarum. London: Elliot Stock, 1885. 8vo, number 21 of 50 copies [loose limitation slip signed by the publisher], presentation copy from the author [slip bound in], red morocco gilt extra by Suttaby of London, t.e.g., floral silk endpapers, some rubbing to hinges and corners, foxing to endpapers; Austin, Sarah The story without an end. London, 1868. 8vo, illustrated by Eleanor Vere Boyle, original decorative cloth gilt, worn, rebacked, inner hinge split, foxing, leaves loose, ink inscription to endpaper (2) Provenance: First item, presentation copy from the author to Lady Bagot, 1885. £200-300 213 Cottage Bindery — Dulac, Edmund Stories from the Arabian nights. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1907. 8vo, 50 tipped in colour plates, full morocco gilt extra by the Cottage Bindery, copy of frontispiece onlaid to upper board, turquoise stones inlaid to boards and backstrip,a.e.g., corresponding slipcase by binders, original cloth bound in, a fine copy £300-500 See colour illustration on page 68

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214 Detmold, Edward The fables of Aesop. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1909]. 8vo, 23 tipped in colour plates, original decorative cloth gilt, glassine wrapper, original box [damaged], previous ink inscription to front free endpaper £200-300 215 Dulac, Edmund The sleeping beauty and other fairy tales. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1910]. Edition de luxe, number 581 of 1000 copies signed by the artist, 30 tipped in coloured plates, brown morocco gilt, t.e.g., head of spine rubbed Provenance: From the library of Charles William Stewart, illustrator. £250-350

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216 Dulac, Edmund — Fitzgerald, Edward The rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1909]. 4to, number 130 of 750 copies, signed by the artist, 20 tipped in plates, orignal decorative vellum gilt, silk ties [torn], decorative endpapers, interior very clean, some slight bowing to boards; Sterne, Laurence A sentimental journey through France and Italy. London, 1910. 4to, illustrated by Everard Hopkins, number 232 of 500 copies, signed by the illustrator, 12 tipped in colour plates, original cream cloth gilt (2) £400-600 217 Iona Press — MacCormick, J. & Muir, W. A small bound volume containing; The death of Fraoch. Iona, 1887. 8vo, IV, 20pp., music plate, original wrappers; [Idem] The death of Fraoch. Iona, 1888. 8vo, 38 pp., illustrated by W. Ward, uncoloured, original wrappers; [Idem] The death of Fraoch. Iona, 1888. 8vo, 20pp., two music plates, original illustrated paper covers £300-500 See colour illustration on page 69 218 Iona Press — MacCormick, J. & Muir, W. A bound volume containing; Great hymn altus of St. Columba. Iona, 1889. 8vo, 14pp., gaelic alphabet leaf, original wrappers; [Idem] Great hymn altus of St. Columba. Iona, 1897. 8vo, decorative title, 14pp., gaelic alphabet leaf, lacking wrappers; [Idem] The burial march of

219 King Duncan. Iona, 1888. 8vo, 8pp., original wrappers; A Highland new years carol. Iona, 1888. 8vo, 8pp., original wrappers; [Idem] Iona. Iona, 1888. 5pp., coloured, original wrappers; [Idem] Iona. Iona, 1889. 8vo, 5pp., original wrappers; [Idem] Ossian’s address to the sun. Iona, 1887. 8vo, 8pp., coloured, original wrappers, some staining; [Idem] Views from an artist’s sketch book. Iona, 1889. 8pp., original wrappers; [Idem] The blessing of the ship. Iona, 1887. 16pp., preface, coloured, original wrappers £800-1,200, 219 Iona Press — MacCormick, J. & Muir, W. A bound volume containing; The burial march of King Duncan. Iona, 1888. 8pp., original wrappers; [Idem] The burial march of King Duncan. Iona, 1888. 8pp., hand coloured, with pencil notes regarding colouring; [Idem] The great hymn altus of St. Columba. Iona, 1889. 14pp., hand coloured, original wrappers; [Idem] The great hymn altus of St. Columba. Iona, 1889. 14pp., hand coloured, original wrappers; [Idem] The great hymn altus of St. Columba. Iona, 1897. 14pp., lacking wrappers; [Idem] The blessing of the ship. Iona, 1893. 12pp., hand coloured, original wrappers, some leaves loose; [Idem] Map of Iona. Iona, [no date]. Double page map and plan, 4pp., original wrappers; various leaves from Blessing, Burial March, etc £700-900 See colour illustration on page 69 217 43


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222 Lislie, Joe Play upon words. London: Thomas McLean, 1828. Oblong 8vo, title, 40 hand coloured plates, contemporary morocco backed cloth, worn, heavily dustmarked and foxed, some plates loose, one plate torn £150-250 223 Mackenzie, Thomas — Ransome, Arthur Aladdin and his wonderful lamp in rhyme. London: Nisbet & Co., 1916. 4to, number 51 of 250 copies, signed by the artist, 12 tipped in plates, original cream cloth gilt, original dustwrapper, sections lacking at head and tail of backstrip of wrapper [no text loss], later slipcase, interior clean and bright £1,200-1,800 224 Mackenzie, Thomas — Stephens, James The crock of gold. London: Macmillan and Co, 1926. 4to, one of 525 copies, signed by the artist, 12 mounted colour plates, original vellum backed boards, dustwrapper, some tearing at edge of wrapper, a fine copy £200-300 225 Nicholson, William An alphabet. London: W. Nicholson, 1898. 4to, 26 colour plates, original cloth-backed boards, lightly soiled, light rubbing to edges £400-600 223

220 Iona Press — MacCormick, J. & Muir, W. A bound volume containing; The burial march of King Duncan. Iona, 1888. 8pp., original wrappers; [Idem] The blessing of the ship. Iona, 1893. 16pp., hand coloured, original wrappers; [Idem] The great hymn altus of St. Columba. Iona, 1889. 14pp., original wrappers; various pages from assorted publications, lacking lower board £400-600 221 Iona Press — MacCormick, J. & Muir, W. Various loose publications including The burial march of King Duncan, 1888 [hand coloured]; The death of Fraoch, 1888; The great hymn altus of St Columba, 1897; A Highland new years carol, 1888 [covers torn]; Ossian’s address to the sun, 1887 [hand coloured]; A prayer formerly…. [no date] [hand coloured]; A prayer… [covers torn and lacking]; Iona & Staffa, 1893; Iona, 1889; Iona, 1889 [cover torn]; A Highland new years carol, 1888 [hand coloured]; and a selection of other ephemera £800-1,200

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226 Nicholson, William An almanac of twelve sports. London: W. Heinemann, 1898. First edition, 4to, 12 colour plates, original pictorial boards, edges lightly rubbed £200-300 227 Nicholson, William London types. London: W. Heinemann, 1898. 4to, 12 coloured plates, original cloth-backed boards, edges slightly rubbed, covers slightly marked £200-300 228 Nicholson, William Polly. London: William Heinemann, 1923. 8vo, number 16 of 380 copies, signed by Nicholson, 9 tipped in plates, original cloth, some creasing to frontispiece, bookplate £150-250 229 Nielsen, Kay East of the sun and west of the moon. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1914]. 4to, 25 tipped in colour plates [including frontispiece], later morocco gilt, original cloth and endpapers bound in, interior clean £500-700


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230 Nielsen, Kay East of the sun and west of the moon. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1914]. 4to, number 24 of 500 copies, signed by the artist, 25 tipped in colour plates [including frontispiece], original decorative vellum gilt, later silk ties, previous ink inscription to front free endpaper, some discolouration to foot of backstrip, interior clean and bright ÂŁ10,000-15,000 See colour illustration on page 69

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231 Nielsen, Kay Hansel and Gretel. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1925]. 4to, number 84 of 600 copies, signed by the artist, 12 tipped in colour plates, original decorative cloth gilt, some discolouration to backstrip, interior clean with some creasing to tissue guards £2,000-3,000 See colour illustration on page 67 232 Nielsen, Kay — Andersen, Hans Fairy tales. London: Hodder and Stoughton, [1924]. 4to, number 44 of 500 copies, signed by the artist, 12 tipped in colour plates, original vellum gilt, some light spotting to limitation leaf £2,000-3,000 See colour illustration on page 67 233 Nielsen, Kay — Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur In powder and crinoline. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1913]. 4to, number 83 of 500 copies, signed by the artist, 26 tipped in colour plates [including frontispiece], original stained green vellum gilt, t.e.g., slipcase, lacking ties, some browning to endpapers, previous pencil inscription to front blank endpaper £1,500-2,000 See colour illustration on page 67 232 46


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234 Nonesuch Press The Holy Bible. 1924-27, Small folio, 5 volumes, one of 1075 copies of which this is one of 1000 copies on japon vellum [together with] number 414 of 1325 copies of which this is one of 1250 copies of japon vellum, copperplate engraved illustrations by Stephen Gooden, original boards gilt, [Dreyfus 20 & 21], extremities slightly rubbed; Dante Alighieri La divina commedia. 1928. Small folio, number 597 of 1475 copies, original orange vellum, [Dreyfus 50], spine faded, some browning; Walton, I. The compleat angler. 1929. 8vo, number 1465 of 1600 copies, original morocco, [Dreyfus 61], spine faded, bookplate; Cervantes Saavedra, M. de. Don Quixote de la Mancha. 1930. 8vo, number 1186 of 1475 copies, original morocco, [Dreyfus 70], slight soiling to binding; Montaigne, M de. Essays. 1931. 8vo, 2 volumes, number 153 of 1375 copies, original morocco, [Dreyfus 74], spines soiled, bookplates, lower hinge in volume one splitting; Rousseau, J.J. Confessions. 1938. 8vo, 2 volumes, number 66 of 800 copies, original morocco, [Dreyfus 113], spines soiled, labels rubbed with minor loss; together with 5 others comprising Dreyfus 60; 65; 105, rebound; 106 and 142, some bindings soiled (18) Provenance: From the estate of Late Colonel P.L. Bradfer-Lawrence. £600-800 235 Perrault, Charles Histoire de peau d’ane. Printed by the Eragny Press for Hacon & Ricketts, 1902. 8vo, limited to 230 copies, wood-engraved frontispiece, borders and initials designed by Lucien Pissarro and engraved by him and Esther Pissarro, 3 illustrations designed and engraved by T.Sturge Moore, free endpapers browned, original floral patternedpaper boards, uncut, boards and spine a little spotted £200-300 236 Ransome, Arthur — Brunhoff, Jean de — Lofting, Hugh Secret water. 1939; The big six. 1940; Missee Lee, 1941; The picts and martyrs, 1943; Great northern ? 1947; first editions, dustwrappers frayed and spines discoloured, 3 with owner’s name on endpaper, and 7 others (6 in dustwrappers) published 1936-38; Brunhoff, Jean de The story of Babar. 1934. Some ink marks, 3 short tears, extremities worn; [Idem] Babar’s travels. 1935. Extremities worn; Brunhoff, Laurent de Babar’s visit to bird island. 1952. Page 33 torn with slight loss to lower margin, extremities worn; all with some finger-soiling; Lofting, Hugh Doctor Dolittle’s return. 1932. Dustwrapper slightly frayed and spine discoloured; 5 other Doctor Doolittle later editions in dustwrappers and 3 without dustwrappers; and other childrens books. Sold not subject to return (quantity) £150-200

237 The Great Exhibition Lane’s telescopic view of... the Great Exhibition of all nations. London, 1851. Approx. 20 by 15cm, 6 lithographed plates in concertina form, lacking most of slipcase [lower board remains], foxing to title and some plates £250-350 238 Thomson, Hugh — Shakespeare, William The merry wives of Windsor. London: William Heinemann, 1910. 4to, number 173 of 350 copies, signed by the artist, 14 tipped in colour plates, original vellum gilt, t.e.g., lacking ties, boards discoloured, foxing to endpapers, previous ink inscription to endpaper £250-350 239 Upton, Florence K. The adventures of Borbee and the wisp. London, 1908. Square 8vo, original decorative cloth backed boards, foxing to boards, previous ink inscription to title, rubbed at edges; Lewis, Lorna Puppy and the cat Hodge. London, 1938. 8vo, illustrated by Lucy Dawson, original cloth, dustwrapper, chipped and torn at edges; Parker, N. Funny bunnies. London, [no date]. Oblong 4to, original decorative boards, backstrip repaired and inner hinges strengthened, previous ink inscription to title; and 3 others (6) £100-150 240 Wycherley, William The country wife. London, 1934. 4to, number 259 of 1000 copies, signed by the author, original cloth backed boards, some light foxing; Swinburne, Algernon Charles Songs before sunrise. London, 1909. 8vo, number 248 of 650 copies, original cloth backed boards, some discolouration to cloth; Strong, L.A.G. The hansom cab and the pigeons. London: Golden Cockerel Press, 1935. 8vo, one of 1000 copies, original cloth backed boards, small stain to cloth; Aldin, Cecil A dog day. London, 1904. New edition, 4to, original boards, backstrip worn and lacking sections, inner hinges weak; The Evergreen A northern seasonal. Edinburgh, 1895. 8vo, 3 [of 4] volumes, contemporary cloth, lacking summer volume; Shannon, C. Hazelwood The pageant. London, 1897. 8vo, original decorative cloth, rubbed; and 11 others (18) £200-300

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ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS 241 Beerbohm, Max Unknown sitter. Signed “Max”, dated 1922 [?], pencil and pastel, approx. 42 by 27cm, framed and glazed, creasing in several places from previous rolling £600-800

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242* McGill, Donald “I hope it snows, I hope it blows, from Dundee down to Dover. I hope it hails, comes down in pails — my holidays are over!”. Watercolour, approx. 21 by 16cm, framed and glazed £150-250 See colour illustration on page 69


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SPORT 243 Alken, Henry The national sports of Great Britain. London: Thomas M’Lean, 1825. Folio, 50 hand-coloured engraved plates, contemporary diced russia gilt, 2 text leaves and one plate torn across and repaired, binding rubbed, spine chipped at foot, upper hinge weak Note: Schwerdt 1:19; Tooley 43. £700-1,000 244 Apperley, C.J. Memoirs of the life of the late John Mytton. London: R. Ackermann, 1851. Third edition, 8vo, additional hand-coloured title and 17 handcoloured aquatint plates, first gathering loose, publisher’s pictorial cloth, chemise, morocco-backed cloth slipcase, slight dust-soiling, stitching weak; [Apperley, C.J.] The chace, the turf and the road. London: J. Murray, 1837. 8vo, 14 engraved plates, original pictorial cloth, title browned; [Idem] The chase, the road and the turf. 1908. 8vo, coloured plates, green half morocco, spine emblematically tooled, t.e.g.; St. John, C. Sketches of the wild sports & natural history. 1878. 8vo, illustrations, original cloth, slightly spotted; another copy. 1878. 8vo, original cloth, hinges repaired; Conway, James Forays among salmon and deer. 1861. 8vo, original cloth, slightly rubbed; Apperley, C.J. Nimrod’s hunting tours. London: Kegan Paul, 1903. Large 4to, number 35 of 50 copies, 18 plates, each in two states, coloured & uncoloured, original vellum-backed boards, uncut, boards slightly discoloured & rubbed at extremities;

[Idem] My life and times. Edinburgh, 1927. 4to, number 228 of 250 copies, plates, original red buckram, dust-jacket; Lamond, Henry The sea-trout. 1916. 4to, 9 coloured plates, other plates, original cloth, some spotting; Aflalo, F.G. British sea-water fishes. 1904. 4to, presentation copy from the author, 12 chromolithographed plates, original cloth, hinges slightly weak, endpapers slightly discoloured; and 3 others (12) £200-300 245 [Bilton, William] The angler in Ireland, or an Englishman’s ramble through Connaught and Munster. London: Richard Bentley 1834. 8vo, 2 volumes, frontispieces, folding map, later half morocco gilt; Medwin, Thomas The angler in Wales or days and nights of sportsmen. London: Richard Bentley, 1834. 8vo, 2 volumes, frontispieces, vignette titles, later half calf gilt, some slight rubbing, titles and frontispieces foxed (4) £200-300 246 Cricket A quantity of books on cricket, mainly 8vo, to include Brodribb, Gerald The croucher. London, 1974. 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper, faded; Birkett, Sir Norman The game of cricket. London, 1955. 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper [torn]; Foot, David Wally Hammond, the reasons why. London, 1996. 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper; and a quantity of others (quantity) £120-180

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247 Scott, Peter Wild chorus. London: Country Life, 1938. 4to, number 332 of 1250 copies, signed by Scott, colour frontispiece, plates, original blue cloth gilt, lacking dustwrapper; Pryce-Tannatt, T.E. How to dress salmon flies. London, 1914. 8vo, colour frontispiece, 11 plates, original green cloth, interior clean and bright; Harding, Col. E.W. The flyfisher & the trout’s point of view. London, 1931. 8vo, colour frontispiece, original green cloth gilt, interior clean; Sheringham, Hugh The book of the flyrod. London, 1936. 4to, colour frontispiece, colour plates, original blue cloth gilt; Barton, Frank Townend Pheasants in covert and aviary. London, 1912. 8vo, colour frontispiece, plates, original green cloth gilt, some browning to endpapers; Pollard, Hugh Game birds. London, 1929. 8vo, colour frontispiece, plates, original green cloth gilt; Butler, Arthur Birds of Great Britain and Ireland. Hull & London, [1904-08]. 4to, 2 volumes, 105 colour plates of birds and eggs, original cloth gilt, backstrips faded, interiors clean; Kappel, A.W. & Kirby, W. Egmont British and European butterflies and moths. London, [no date]. 8vo, colour plates, original blue cloth gilt, faded; Britten, James European ferns. London, [no date]. 8vo, colour frontispiece, colour plates, contemporary half morocco gilt, rubbed at edges; and 7 others (16) £350-450

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249 Ayrshire — Rutherglen — Ure, David The history of Rutherglen and East-Kilbride. Glasgow, 1793. 8vo, 21 plates [including folding plan], contemporary tree calf gilt, hinges cracking, some offsetting, bookplate; Gray, John Biographical note of the Rev. David Ure... Glasgow: Hugh Hopkins, 1865. 8vo, frontispiece, modern cloth backed boards, ink inscription on endpaper; Dobie, James Examination of the claim of John Lindsay Crawfurd... Edinburgh, 1831. 4to, presentation slip from Dobie bound in, frontispiece, 2 engraved plates, nineteenth century half morocco gilt, rubbed at edges; Paisley Paisley Abbey restoration. Paisley, 1913. 8vo, frontispiece, plates, original green cloth gilt, bookplate; Grant, Francis Index to... parish of Kilbarchan. Edinburgh, 1912. 8vo, original cloth gilt, faded at edges, bookplate; Smith, John Prehistoric man in Ayrshire. London, 1895. 8vo, folding map frontispiece, illustration in text; and 28 others (34) £300-500 250 Churchill, Sir Winston My African journey. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1908. First edition, 3 maps [one folding], 50 plates [including frontispiece], 16pp. of adverts at rear, original decorative red cloth gilt, some fading to backstrip, tear to head of backstrip, some light foxing, previous ink inscription across half title, plate opposite page 182 loose Note: Woods A12 £150-200 252 251 Clerk of Eldin, John A series of etchings chiefly of views in Scotland. Edinburgh: printed for the Bannatyne Club, 1855. First collected edition, folio, portrait frontispiece, 55 numbered plates, one numbered plate, contemporary calf backed cloth, paper label on upper board, boards faded, corners worn, some light spotting to early leaves remainder of volume clean £1,000-1,500 252 Cordiner, Charles Antiquities & scenery of the north of Scotland in a series of letters to Thomas Pennant, Esq. London, 1780. First edition, 4to, engraved title with vignette & 21 engraved plates, original boards, uncut, covers detached, some offsetting onto text; Beattie, William Scotland illustrated. London: G. Virtue, 1838. 2 volumes, 4to, folding map and 118 engraved plates, contemporary green calf gilt, bound without engraved titles, map torn without loss, some spotting, rubbed (3) £150-200

253 Craig-Brown, T. The history of Selkirkshire or chronicles of Ettrick Forest. Edinburgh, 1886. 4to, 2 volumes, number 242 of 250 copies, signed by the author, presentation copy from the author to a Rev. Taylor, portrait frontispieces, 2 folding maps, plates, modern half calf gilt; Buchan, J.W. A history of Peeblesshire. Glasgow, 1925. 8vo, 3 volumes, portrait frontispieces, original red cloth gilt, backstrips faded; [Millar, William] A survey of the province of Moray. Aberdeen, 1798. 8vo, presentation copy from the author, folding map [repaired], frontispiece, contemporary calf gilt, rubbed at edges; Jeffrey, Alexander The history and antiquities of Roxburghshire. Edinburgh, [c.1855]. 8vo, 4 volumes, original cloth gilt, faded; Grant, Ludovick a small manuscript receipt volume detailing various transactions relating to Ludovick Grant of Knockando, 1733-1784, contemporary vellum with ties, soiled; and 6 others (17) £250-350

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254 Denham, Major & Clapperton, Captain Narrative of travels and discoveries in Northern and Central Africa in the years 1822, 1823 and 1824. London: John Murray, 1826. Second edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, 3 folding maps, 12 plates, contemporary calf gilt, rubbed at edges, one folding map loose, some offsetting; Moore, John A journal during a residence in France from the beginning of August to the middle of December, 1792-93. London, 1793. 8vo, 2 volumes, half titles, folding hand coloured map, contemporary speckled calf, heavily rubbed at edges, hinges cracking, tape repair to rear corner of lower board on volume II; Moore, John Carrick The life of Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore. London: John Murray, 1834. 8vo, portrait frontispiece, contemporary calf gilt, rubbed at edges, some foxing to early leaves; Moore, John A view of society and manners in France, Switzerland and Germany. London: printed for W. Strahan, 1781. Fourth edition, 8vo, 2 volumes [uniform with] A view of society and manners in France... London, 1781. Second edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, contemporary calf gilt, heavily rubbed at edges, some staining to boards front endpaper loose; [Moore, John] Zeluco, various views of human nature. London, 1797. Fourth edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, contemporary half calf gilt, rubbed at edges, some foxing to early leaves including titles; [Moore, John] Edward, various views of human nature. London, 1796. 8vo, 2 volumes, contemporary half calf, rebacked, later endpapers; and 2 others (15) £400-600

255 Drake, Edward Cavendish A new universial collection of authentic and entertaining voyages and travels... London: for J. Cooke, 1768. Folio, frontispiece, 51 plates, 7 maps, contemporary calf, worn, lacking upper board, front endpaper and frontispiece loose, worm to lower margin [no loss to text], some offsetting. Sold not subject to return. £100-150 256 Edinburgh — Maitland, William The history of Edinburgh. Edinburgh: for the Author, 1753. Folio, folding plan, and 19 (of 20) plates (lacking plate at p.207), contemporary calf, neatly rebacked, short split to folding plan without loss £150-250 257 Grose, Francis The antiquities of Scotland. London: Hooper & Wigstead, 1797. 2 volumes, 4to, engraved titles and 190 plates, lacking the map, contemporary diced russia, neatly rebacked, occasional light spotting; Beattie, William Scotland illustrated. London: G. Virtue, 1842. 2 volumes, 4to, additional engraved titles, folding map, and 118 engraved plates after Thomas Allom, tissue guards, original cloth gilt, g.e., occasional light spotting, spines slightly faded; Grose, Francis The antiquities of England and Wales. London: Hooper & Wigstead, contemporary russia gilt, slight cracking to a few joints, [c.1784-87]. 8 volumes, 4to, 8 engraved frontispieces, engraved title-pages, portrait of Grose & 676 engraved plates [lacking several plates listed, but with others not called for], engraved maps in the text, a little light spotting, one plate in volume 1 torn without loss (12) Provenance: From the library of Charles William Stewart, illustrator. £400-600 258 Göttingen, Germany — Mining atlas — Villefosse, baron Héron de Atlas de la richesse minerale. Recueil de faits géognostiques et de faits industriels Paris: Carilian-Goeury, 1838. Large folio, title vignette, plates 1-24, some folding, some with overlapping sections, 4 plates torn (one with loss), wrappers, plates detached £100-150 259 La Pérouse, Comte de Jean François de Galaup [Voyage de La Pérouse autour du monde... rédigé par M.L.A. MiletMureau. Paris: l’Imprimerie de la République, 1797]. Folio, atlas volume only, engraved title, 69 maps and plates [including frontispiece], all with library stamps [either perforated or ink], later half calf gilt, worn, upper board and front endpaper loose. £600-800

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260 Leighton, J.M. & Swan, J. The lakes of Scotland. Glasgow, 1834. 4to, engraved title and 51 plates, contemporary brown half morocco, lightly rubbed; Crawfurd, G. and G. Robertson A general description of the shire of Renfrew. Paisley, 1818. 4to, 4 [of 5] engraved plates, 2 folding maps (1 handcoloured), contemporary half calf, spine gilt, some spotting, frontispiece waterstained, slightly rubbed; Wilson, Professor The land of Burns. Glasgow, 1840. 2 volumes, 4to, engraved portrait, titles and 78 engraved plates, tissue guards, contemporary calf, slightly rubbed; Waddell, P.H. Life and works of Robert Burns. Glasgow, 1867. 2 volumes, 4to, chromolithographed and engraved plates, contemporary half calf, slight soiling or spotting; Gardiner, S.R. Oliver Cromwell. Goupil, 1899. 4to, limited to 1475 copies, plates, red half morocco by Maclehose, t.e.g., lightly rubbed; Groome, F.H. Ordnance gazetteer of Scotland. [c.1890] 3 volumes, 4to, photographic plates by G.W. Wilson & Co., folding maps, red half morocco gilt, t.e.g., spines slightly faded; Anderson, William The Scottish nation. Edinburgh, 1874. 3 volumes, 4to, engraved plates, red half morocco gilt, t.e.g.; Thomson, T. A biographical dictionary. 1870. 3 volumes, large 8vo, engraved plates, contemporary half calf gilt, lacking one label; Hope, Sir Thomas Minor practicks, or a treatise of the Scottish law. Edinburgh, 1726. 8vo, contemporary calf, some spotting, covers detached;and a quantity of others, Scottish history & literature including Sterne, & Henry Fielding (quantity) £200-300

261 Levaillant, François Voyage de Monsieur Le Vaillant dans l’intérieur de l’Afrique. Paris: Leroy, 1780. 2 volumes, 8vo, 11 (of 12) plates, lacking the suppressed plate and 2 leaves, contemporary calf, lacking half-titles, one bookplate removed; Bonneville, F. Portraits des personnages celèbres de la révolution. Paris: chez l’auteur, 1797. 4 volumes, 4to, engraved plates (lacking the military costume plates), contemporary half calf; Moysant, M. Bibliotheque portative des ecrivains françois. London, 1800. 4 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf, rubbed; Couvray, Louvet de Les amours du chevalier de Faublas. Paris, 1825. 4 volumes, 8vo, contemporary quarter morocco, heavily spotted, sides rubbed; Montesquieu, C. de S. Oeuvres. Paris, 1888. 5 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf, slightly rubbed, two corners bumped; [Barthelemy, J.J.] Voyage du jeune Anacharsis. Paris, Didot, l’an Septieme. 7 volumes, 8vo and atlas 4to, 39 (of 40) maps and plates, contemporary calf, lacking the large folding map, worn (26) £150-200 262 Nares, Captain Sir George S. Journals and proceedings of the Arctic expedition, 1875-6... London: for Her Majesty’s Stationary Office, 1877. Folio, 31 maps and plates, contemporary half calf gilt, rubbed at edges, some worming to very edge of front endpaper, one folding plate chipped at outer edge, some light spotting Provenance: From the library of Sheffield Park, Sussex, home of Arthur Soames. £400-600

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263 Scotland — Heron, Robert Scotland described. Edinburgh, 1799. New edition, 8vo, half title, folding map [linen backed], 19th century half calf gilt, rubbed, title and half title trimmed at lower edge; [Tytler, William] Poetical remains of James the First. Edinburgh, 1783. 8vo, contemporary calf, rebacked; Cunningham, Allan Sir Marmaduke Maxwell. London, 1822. 8vo, original boards, label worn; Foulis An account of the preservation of King Charles II. Glasgow: Robert & Andrew Foulis, 1766. 8vo, contemporary calf, rebacked, bookplate; Shepherd, Thomas Modern Athens. London, 1829. 4to, engraved title, engraved views, contemporary half morocco gilt, some foxing; Beattie, William Caledonia Illustrated. London: George Virtue, c. 1840. 4to, 2 volumes, engraved plates [lacking plate of Burns opposite page 177], pencil marks throughout, some marginal damage to plates opposite 102 & 105, later half morocco gilt, rubbed, foxing; and 13 others (20) £250-350

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264 Scott, Captain Robert The voyage of ‘Discovery’. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1905. 8vo, 2 volumes, frontispieces, plates, original blue cloth gilt, half-titles, waterstaining to early leaves of both volumes, some rubbing to gilt on boards (2) £200-300 265 Skelton, Joseph Engraved illustrations of the principal antiquities of Oxfordshire. Oxford: J. Skelton, 1823. Folio, frontispiece, engraved title, map, 48 engraved plates, later half calf gilt, rubbed at edges, interior very clean and bright £150-200


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BOOKS FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and its antiquarian library The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland from its foundation in 1784 established a library — levying one guinea annually from members. The library was amassed by purchases and bequests over the following centuries and continued to be the working library of the College until the mid 20th century. The early printings, now on sale, cover significant developments in the history of medicine and surgery. They also include natural history, travel and literature. The close ties with other universities, especially Leiden and Edinburgh, demonstrated by the library’s content, show that the RCSI was closely connected to medical developments on the Continent and in Edinburgh in particular. Nowadays the RCSI — a modern health sciences campus with the largest medical school in Ireland and an international presence — is served by a library that is increasingly electronic. In addition a strategy to concentrate on the RCSI archives and modern records — material that is essential and unique to RCSI — has led to the decision to dispose of the antiquarian books. All volumes catalogued singly from the RCSI library are subject to return under the usual terms and conditions; lots comprising more than one title are sold not subject to return. The majority of the books have a library stamp on the title and half-title only. Travel & natural history books from the RCSI library will also be offered in Sotheby’s sale of Travel, Atlases, Maps and Natural History, on 10th May. Medical books from the RCSI library will also be offered in Sotheby’s sale of Continental books, including science and medicine on 8th June. Further books from this collection will be offered in Lyon & Turnbull’s sale on 7th September.

266 [?Martyn J., editor] A full view of all the diseases of children. London: A. Millar, 1742. First edition, 12mo, vi, 263, half-title, contemporary calf, cover detached; Goulard, Thomas Remarks and practical observations on venereal complaints. London: P. Elmsly, 1772. 12mo, contemporary half calf, rubbed, upper cover detached; Fasciculus Dissertationum anatomico-medicarum. Amsterdam: J. Schreuder, 1764. 8vo, 4 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, somewhat spotted, worn, covers detached (3) £200-300 267 Academia Caesareae Naturae Curiosorum Miscellanea curiosa sive ephemeridum medico-physicarum germanicarum. Nuremberg, et al: 1689-1706. 4to, 11 volumes, engraved plates [breakdown per volume available], library stamps, contemporary calf, worn, boards loose, heavy browning and soiling throughout £400-600 268 Acosta, Jose de Histoire naturelle et morale des Indes. Paris: Marc Orry, 1598. One volume bound in 2, 8vo, xvi, 375, 34, library stamps, eighteenth century calf, some worming affecting text in volume 1, rebacked £150-200

269 Albinus, Bernard Siegfried Academicarum annotationum. Leiden: J. & H. Verbeek, 1754-58. Parts 1-6 (of 8) in 2 volumes, 4to, 34 engraved plates, contemporary calf, worn; [Idem] De sceleto humano. Leiden: J. & H. Verbeek, 1762. 4to, contemporary calf, some dampstaining, neatly rebacked; [Idem] Historia musculorum hominis. Leiden: T. Haak & H. Mulhovius, 1734. 4to, 4 engraved plates, each with engraved outline plate, title soiled and frayed, lacks lower board, some spotting to all volumes (4) £200-300 270 Albinus, Bernard Siegfried Icones ossium foetus humani. Leiden: J. & H. Verbeek, 1737. 4to, 16 folding engraved plates, each with accompanying outline plate, ownership inscription of George Cleghorn, contemporary calf, library stamp to title only, dampstained, most heavily at ends, worn, upper board detached, small hole to inner margin of title Note: Wellcome Online 3031459 £300-400 271 Albinus, Bernard Siegfried Tables of the skeleton and muscles of the human body. London J. & P. Knapton, 1749. Large folio, 40 engraved plates, including 12 outline plates, 15 leaves of text, lacking title; [Idem] A compleat system of the blood-vessels and nerves. London: J. & P. Knapton, 1750. 7 engraved plates and 4 outline plates, 2 works bound together, several library stamps, disbound, remains of old boards, most plates dampstained, some severely, a little light worming £300-500

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272 Albinus, Bernard Siegfried Tabulae sceleti et musculorum corporis humani. London J. & P. Knapton, 1749. Large folio, 40 engraved plates, including 12 outline plates, 15 leaves of text, 46 leaves of text, contemporary calf, plate 1 torn and repaired without loss, most plates with library stamp on the image, a few with stamp in the margin, a few with marginal tear, worn, covers detached ÂŁ200-300 273 Albinus, Bernard Siegfried Tabulae ossium humanorum. Leiden: J. & H. Verbeek, 1753. Large folio, engraved title, 68 life size engraved plates (including 34 outline plates), library stamp to title and some plates, contemporary half calf, scattered spotting, mostly marginal, discolouration to one plate, worn, covers detached ÂŁ500-800

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274 Alexander Trallianus De singularum corporis partium...vitiis, aegritudinibus & injuriis... Basel: Henricus Petri, 1533. Folio, a-c6 A-Z6 Aa-Ff6, blanks c6 & Ff6, printer’s device on title, library stamps, staining and foxing, contemporary vellum, discoloured, later labels Note: Adams A701, Wellcome I 206 £500-700 275 Alpinus, Prosperus De medicina Aegyptiorum. Paris: N. Redelichuysen, 1645. 4to, 2 parts in one volume, woodcuts, contemporary calf, owner’s name excised from head of title, new strip at head of title, library stamp, slight damp-staining at end, worn £200-300 276 Altimarus, Donatus Antonius Omnia opera. Lyon: G. Rouillius, 1560. Folio, *6 **6 ***4 a-l6 m8 m*4 n-z6 A-Z6 aa-zz6 AA-PP6 QQ8, printer’s device on title, contemporary ink marginalia throughout, library stamps, foxing and waterstaining, professionally restored throughout, modern calf, bookplate Note: Adams A828 £200-300 277 Arculanus, Johannes Practica... particularum morborum omnium. Venice: [heirs of Lucaeantonius],1557. Folio, +6 A-Z8 AA8 BB10, BB10 blank, printer’s device on title and colophon, library stamps, foxing; [bound with] [Idem] De febribus I... Venice: [heirs of Lucaeantonius],1560. Folio, a8 b10 A-Z8 AA8, blank AA8, printer’s device on title and colophon, foxing, bound in contemporary blindstamped vellum, later labels, edges chipped Note: First part not in Adams, second part A1541.

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279 Babbage, Charles Reflections in the decline of science in England. London: B. Fellowes, 1830. First edition, 8vo, 4pp. advertisements at end, original boards, library stamps to title, uncut, spotting, especially to title, spine worn with loss of part of label, extremities rubbed, upper board detached £100-150

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280 Bacchettoni, Hieronymous Leopold Anatomia medicinae theoreticae et practicae ministra. Innsbruck: J.J. Cremer, 1740. 4to, engraved portrait, 45 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, library stamp to title, some spotting, rubbed, joints splitting Note: Wellcome Online 14818106 £250-350 281 Baker, Henry Of microscopes and the discoveries made thereby. London: R. & J. Dodsley, [1753]. 2 volumes, 8vo, 28 (of 31) folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, plate 11 vol.2 defective, six torn without loss, several plates frayed with slight loss, several library stamps, worn, one cover detached £100-150

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282 Banister, John The workes of... London: Thomas Harper, 1633. 8vo, 4 parts in one volume, engraved title, two printed titles, other parts include A treatise of chirurgerie, An antidotary chyrurgicall and A storehouse of physicall [each with title], library stamps, old calf, worn, lacking backstrip, boards loose, leaves loose [ESTC 1357; Barrough, Philip The method of physick. London: George Miller, 1639. Eighth edition, 8vo, library stamps, old calf, rebacked, title repaired, replacement endpapers [ESTC 1516]; and a 1652 edition of the same volume in similar condition (3) £400-600 283 Barthelemy, J.J. Travels of Anacharsis the younger in Greece. London, 1791. 8 volumes including plate volume, 8vo and 4to, 31 double-page or folding plates and maps, some hand-coloured in outline, several library stamps, modern cloth; and 2 others (10) £150-250


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284 Bartholinus, Thomas Anatomia, ex Caspari Bartholini parentis institutionibus... The Hague: A. Vlacq, 1663. 8vo, engraved title, portrait, 8 [of 9] folding plates, 66 illustrations, library stamps to titles, contemporary vellum, soiled at edges, later labels [Wellcome II p.107]; and 1684 & 1686 editions of the same work (3) £300-500 285 Bartholinus, Thomas De peregrinatione medica. Copenhagen: C. Wering, 1674. 4to, 76; [Idem] De anatome practica. Copenhagen: P. Haubold, 1674. 4to, [iv], 48, 2 works in one volume, contemporary calf, rather spotted, slight marginal worming at end of 2nd work, neatly rebacked; [Idem] Opuscula nova anatomica. Copenhagen: D. Paulus, 1670. 12mo, contemporary vellum, lacking the plates, some spotting, a few library stamps (2) £150-250 286 Bauhinus, Caspar Pinax & theatri botanici... Basel: Joannis Regis, 1671. 4to, title in red and black, library stamps, heavy waterstaining throughout, lacking front free endpaper, contemporary vellum, upper board loose, later labels £250-350 287 Bauhinus, Caspar Theatri botanici sive historiae plantarum... Basel: Johann Konig, 1658. Folio, portrait frontispiece, woodcuts in text, printer’s device to title, library stamps, staining and foxing throughout, contemporary calf, worn, lacking backstrip, boards loose, leaves loose; Ettmüller, Michael Operum omnium. Lyon: Thomas Amaulry, 1690. New edition, folio, 2 volumes, half titles, titles printed in red and black, vignettes, library stamps, ink inscriptions across titles, foxing throughout, contemporary calf, worn, boards loose (3) £250-350 288 Beddevole, Dominique Essays of anatomy wherein the formation of the organs and their mechanical operations. London: printed for Walter Kettilby, 1696. Second edition, 8vo, adverts to rear, library stamps, ink marginalia, worming to lower right corner from pp.121 onwards, contemporary calf, worn, lacking foot of backstrip; Bonham, Thomas The chyrurgians closet. London: Edward Brewster, [1630]. 8vo, library stamps, title and first few leaves trimmed at lower edge [some loss to text], ink marginalia, later half calf, worn, boards loose; Digby, Sir Kenelm A late discourse made in a solemne assembly of nobles and learned men.... London, 1660. Third edition in English, 12mo, library stamps, soiled, contemporary calf, rebacked, new endpapers (3) Note: Wing B1664; STC 3279; Wing D1437. £250-350

289 Bell, Benjamin A system of surgery. Edinburgh, 1783-88. Volumes 1-3, 6 and plate volume only, 8vo, 99 engraved plates, slightly spotted, contemporary calf, preliminary leaves of vol. 6 loose and slightly frayed, rubbed, two boards detached; Gregory, John The works. Edinburgh, 1788. 4 volumes, 12mo, contemporary calf, worn, one cover detached, volume 1 rebound in cloth; Welwood, James Memoirs of the most material transactions in England. London, 1718. 12mo, contemporary calf, worn; Whytt, Robert Physiological essays. Edinburgh, 1766. 12mo, contemporary sheep worn, covers detached; slight spotting to most volumes, library stamps (11) £200-300 290 Benedictus, Alexander De re medica... Basel: Henricus Petri, 1549. Folio, α6 β8 a-z6 A-Z6 Aa-Ff6, printer’s device on colophon, library stamps, ink notes and inscriptions to title and front endpapers, some waterstaining to edges, contemporary vellum, dustmarked, later labels Note: Adams B646. £200-300 291 Bernier, Jean Histoire cronologique de la médecine, et des médecins... Paris: Laurent D’Houry, 1695. Second edition, 4to, library stamps, signature cut from title, later half calf, worn, upper board and title loose £150-200 292 Bertin, Exupère Joseph Traité d’osteologie. Paris: Vincent, 1754. 4 volumes, 12mo, 4 folding engraved plates, library stamp to titles, contemporary calf, half-titles, worn, three boards detached Note: Wellcome Online 14335902 £150-200 293 Bey, Ali Travels of Ali Bey in Morocco, Tripoli, Cyprus, Egypt, Arabia, Syria and Turkey between the years 1803 and 1807. London: Longman &c., 1816. 2 volumes in one, 4to, portrait, 4 folding maps, 86 engraved plates, heavily dampstained throughout, spotting and soiling, preliminaries loose, a few leaves frayed, a few panoramic plates holed at fold, library stamps on title of volume 1, old half calf, very worn, covers detached, lacking spine £200-400 294 Bidloo, Govard Opera omnia anatomico-chirurgica. Leiden: S. Luchtmans, 1715. 4to, 30 (?of 32) engraved plates, many folding, engravings in the text, library stamp to title, old half calf, slight dampstaining at end, some spotting, plates mostly very clean, some staining to title, worn, spine defective £200-300

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295 Blaes, Gerard Anatome animalium. Amsterdam: Johannes van Someren, 1681. First edition, 4to, engraved title by Jan Luyken, 65 engraved plates, library stamps, contemporary ink notes to front endpapers, waterstaining to upper edge, contemporary calf, worn, boards loose Note: Wellcome II p.179. First edition of the first comparative manual of comparative anatomy based on the original studies of a working anatomist (cf. Haskell F. Norman, 1998, lot 297). ÂŁ800-1,200 296 Blaes, Gerard Anatome animalium. Amsterdam: J. a Someren, H & T. Boom, 1781. First edition, 4to, additional engraved title, 4to, viii, 496; 65 engraved plates, library stamp to printed title, contemporary calf, marginal tear to *4, worn, covers detached Note: Wellcome Online 14315977 ÂŁ500-800 297 Blaine, Delabere Pritchett The anatomy of the horse. London: Sampson Low, for the author, [1790]. Folio, 54 pp., 13 plates (including 6 outline plates), 5 handcoloured, contemporary half calf, spotting to some plates and text, head and base of spine rubbed ÂŁ400-600 See colour illustration on page 70 295

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298 Blair, Patrick Osteographia elephantina, or a full and exact description of all the bones of an elephant, which died near Dundee, April the 27th 1706. London: G. Strahan, 1713. 4to, iv, 116, 4 folding engraved plates, later half calf, plates & title rather spotted, rubbed £150-200 299 Blancard, Stephen Anatomia reformata.... Leiden: J. Luchtmans, 1687. 8vo, portrait frontispiece, engraved title, 51 engraved plates, library stamps, contemporary calf, worn, boards loose [upper board and frontispiece loose]; Blancard, Stephen Anatomia reformata... Leiden: J. Luchtmans, 1695. 8vo, engraved title, portrait, 83 [of 84] plates, lacking plate XII, library stamps, contemporary vellum, upper inner hinge detached, soiled, later labels, extensive browning to interior; [Ucay, Gervais] — Blancard, Stephen A new method of the curing of French-pox. London: John Taylor, 1690. 12mo, library stamps, lacking [36]p. at rear, contemporary calf, worn, boards loose, bookplate [as per Wellcome copy] [Wing N672, Wellcome Library 14326277] (3) £300-500

300 [Bones] several plates with imprint Paris, Leyden or Berlin, 1818-21. Folio, 77 engraved plates only (of more), several plates torn or mounted on board, rather browned and spotted, blindstamp to some plates, contemporary calf-backed boards, worn, covers detached, lacking spine £200-300 301 Bonet, Theophilus Medicina septentrionalis collatitia.... Geneva: Leonard Chovet, 1685. Folio, volume one [of two] only, half title, title in red and black, 12 engraved plates, library stamps, contemporary calf, worn, some spotting and soiling, boards loose, half title and title loose and creased, plates loose, bookplate of F. Hutcheson MD; Matthioli, Pietro Andrea [Les commentaires. ? Lyon, ?1572]. Folio, woodcuts, contemporary vellum, lacking title and one leaf before dedication, slight loss to last few leaves of index (2) £150-200

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304 Borelli, Giovanni Alfonso De motu animalium. Leiden: P. van der Aa, 1710. 2 volumes in one, 4to, [16], 236, [16]; [4], 314, [12], 8; engraved title, dedication and 19 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, title slightly dust-soiled, fore-margin of two plates slightly frayed, worn, covers detached, lacks spine £150-250 305 Bory de Saint-Vincent, J.B.G.M. Voyage dans les quatre principales îles des mers d’Afrique. Paris: F. Buisson, 1804. 4to, atlas volume only, contemporary half calf, 56 (of 58) plates, one hand-coloured, lacks plates 38 and 51, spotting to title and most plates, margins soiled, some discolouration, worn, covers detached £200-300 306 Botalli, Leonardi Opera omnia medica et chirurgica. Leiden: Daniel & Abraham Gaafbeeck, 1660. 8vo, engraved title, 4 engraved plates [one folding], library stamps, contemporary vellum, splitting at hinges, waterstaining along lower edge, nineteenth century ink inscription to title, 20th century bookplate; and another copy in calf, professionally restored (2) £300-500

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302 Bonet, Theophilus Sepulchretum sive anatomia practica. Geneva: Chamer & Perachon, 1700. 3 volumes, folio, title to vol. 1 printed in red and black, engraved portrait, library stamp to titles and half-titles, contemporary panelled calf, somewhat spotted, worn, two covers detached, portrait torn without loss £200-300 303 Borelli, Giovanni Alfonso De motu animalium.... Leiden: Petrum Vander, 1710. New edition, 4to, 2 volumes bound in one, first volume lacking [engraved?] title, engraved dedication, 19 engraved folding plates, 5 folding, contemporary calf, worn, lacking upper board, no library stamps £200-300

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307 Botany & Gardening — Uslar, M. von Chemico-physiological observations on plants. Edinburgh, 1795. 8vo, original boards, worn; Darwin, Erasmus Phytologia, or the philosophy of agriculture and gardening. Dublin, 1800. 8vo, engraved plates, some folding, modern cloth; Ellis, Daniel An inquiry into the changes induced on atmospheric air by the germination of seeds. Edinburgh, 1807. 8vo, original boards, rubbed; [Idem] Farther inquires... Edinburgh, 1811. 8vo, contemporary half calf, worn; Smith, James Edward An introduction to physiological and systematical botany. London, 1814. 8vo, 15 engraved plates, contemporary calf, some spotting, worn; Keith, P. A system of physiological botany. 1816. 2 volumes, 8vo, plates, original boards, spotting, lacking one lower board; Burnett, G.T. Outlines of botany. London, 1835. 2 volumes, original cloth; Forsyth, W. A treatise on the culture and management of fruit-trees. 1803. Third edition, 8vo, folding engraved plates, modern cloth; Cruikshank, Thomas The practical planter. Edinburgh, 1830. 8vo, modern cloth; Phillips, Henry Sylva florifera. London, 1823. 2 volumes, 8vo, original boards, uncut, some soiling, two boards detached; Boutcher, William A treatise on forest trees. Dublin, 1784. Third edition, 8vo, modern cloth; and 5 others on gardening, agriculture and botany (19) £200-300


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308 Briggs, William Ophthalmographia sive oculi ejusq. partium descriptio anatomica. London: S. Simpson for S. Smith, 1685. 12mo, [xxiv], 80, [7], 2 folding engraved plates, library stamp to title and dedication, disbound, some spotting £150-250 309 Bromfield, William Chirurgical observations and cases. London: T. Cadell, 1772. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, 16 (of 18) folding engraved plates, half title in volume 1, contemporary calf, some spotting, rubbed, one board detached; [Idem] Syllabus anatomicus. London: H. Woodfall, 1743. 4to, ownership inscription of physician George Cleghorn, title detached, bound with Nicholls, F. Compendium anatomicooeconomicum. London, 1746. 4to, 7 engraved plates, plate 4 defective, contemporary calf, slightly soiled, worn, cover detached; Cleghorn, George Observations on the epidemical diseases in Minorca. London, 1789. Fourth edition, 8vo, half title, joint splitting, rubbed, library stamp to titles (4) £200-300 310 Browne, John Myographia nova, sive musculorum omnium... London: John Redmayne, 1684. Folio, portrait frontispiece, folding table, 40 engraved plates, library stamps to title and plate one, ink inscriptions to title, neat ink notes to plates, lacking free endpapers, ink inscriptions to foxed endpapers, contemporary panelled calf, rebacked Note: Wing B5127. Provenance: Franciscus Duany, bookplate. £300-500 311 Browne, John Myographia nova: or, a graphical description of all the muscles in the humane body. London: Thomas Millbourn, 1698. Folio, frontispiece, 41 engraved plates, 4pp. list of subscribers, lacking portrait, library stamp to reverse of title, contemporary panelled calf, boards loose, frontispiece loose, some foxing and staining to edges Note: Wellcome II, p.251, Wing B5129 £300-500

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312 Brunner, Johann Conrad A. Parerga anatomica et medica septem. Amsterdam: H. Wetstenium, 1682. 8vo, engraved title, folding plate, title repaired at inner hinge; [bound with] [Idem] Experimenta nova circa pancreas. Amsterdam: H. Wetstenium, 1683. 8vo, engraved title, 3 plates [2 folding]; [bound with] Peyer, J.C. Exercitatio anatomico-medica de glandulis intestinorum. Amsterdam, 1681. 8vo, 3 folding plates; [bound with] Felix, A. De ovis cochlearum epistola.... [Basel]: T. Goebelius, 1684. 8vo, 2 plates, all bound in modern calf backed cloth, lacking rear free endpaper, library stamps, ink inscriptions to first title

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313 Cardano, Girolamo De utilitate ex aduersis capienda. Basel: Henricus Petri, 1561. First edition, 8vo, a-d8 e4 A-Z Aa-Zz Aaa-Iii8 Kkk4 Lll8 aA-pP8 qQ10, printer’s device to colophon, library stamps, contemporary vellum, later labels Note: Adams C679. First edition of Cardano’s work on he work on the uses of adversity. It is divided into four books: the first discusses all kinds of adversity, and the preparation of the mind against imminent ills; the second refers to bodily adversity, such as deformity, disease, age, death; the third book refers to adversity in fortune, for example poverty, envy, exile, and prison; and the last book follows adversity through personal relationships. £700-900 314 Cardano, Girolamo [De subtilitate... Basel: Petrina, 1560.] 8vo, pp.1426, lacking at least 4 leaves [title, xx4, ζ1, ζ4], signature ζ bound at rear, extensive staining, later calf, worn; and another defective edition [either Lyon 1559 or 1580] £100-150 315 Chauliac, Guy de Ars chirurgica. Venice: Heirs of Lucantonio Giunta, 1546. Folio, I6 ++4 a-z8 A-Y8 ZZ8 AAA6 BBB6, blank BBB6, printer’s device to title and colophon, woodcuts in text, library stamps, foxing to edges, contemporary vellum, hinges splitting, later labels £600-800 313

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316 Cheston, Richard Browne Pathological inquiries and observations in surgery. Gloucester: T. Becket, 1766. 4to, 5 engraved plates, original boards, somewhat spotted, rubbed, lacks spine; Carus, C.G. Twenty plates... illustrative of an introduction to comparative anatomy. [No place, c.1800]. 4to, 20 plates, original boards, uncut, somewhat spotted, spine worn (2) £150-250 317 Collins, Samuel A systeme of anatomy, treating of the body of man, beasts, birds, fish, insects and plants. London: Thomas Newcomb, 1685. Folio, 2 volumes, titles printed in red and black, 72 [of 73] plates, additional plate between pp. 934-935, lacking engraved portrait, lacking plate I, library stamps, contemporary calf, worn, boards loose, backstrips lacking, heavy soiling and foxing throughout, ink inscription to title; and another copy of volume two (3) Note: Wing C5387, Wellcome II p.373. £200-300 318 Colombo, Realdo De re anatomica libri XV. Frankfurt: Martin Lechler, 1593. Fifth edition, 8vo, *4 A-Z8 Aa-Hh8 Ii4 Kk-Ll8 Mm4, printer’s device to title, library stamps, gutta percha deteriorated, several leaves loose, *2 torn at inner hinge [no loss], panelled calf, crudely rebacked Note: Adams C2406. £200-300 319 Coyttar, Johannes De febre purpura epidemiali & contagiosa libri duo. Paris: Martin Juvenis, 1578. 4to, *4 **4 A-Z4 Aa-Zz4, blank Zz4, printer’s device on title, library stamps, heavy waterstains, title loose, contemporary vellum, inner hinge broken Note: Adams C2865, Wellcome I 1639. A rare copy of a study differentiating epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis from typhoid. £200-300 320 Crooke, Helkiah Microcosmographia, a description of the body of man... London: for Michael Sparke, 1631. Second edition, folio, 2 parts in one volume, [30] 110 [i.e. 108], 107-877, 888-1012; [4] 60 [2], engraved title, woodcut vignette to main title, woodcuts in text, “printer to the reader” misbound after second title, library stamps, contemporary calf, worn, rebacked, inner hinges repaired, ink inscriptions to endpaper and title, bookplate Note: ESTC C6063 Provenance: Samuel Croker, bookplate. £300-500

320 321 Culpeper, Nicholas A physical directory... London: printed by Peter Cole, 1651. Folio, portrait frontispiece, library stamps, contemporary calf, rebacked, replacement endpapers, long 19th century manuscript notes on front endpaper [Wing C7542]; Cotta, John A short discoverie of the unobserved dangers... London: for William Jones, 1612. Small 4to, library stamps, calf, rebacked and repaired, replacement endpapers, A3 loose, foxing, header line torn from last 4 leaves [ESTC 5835] ; Cooke, James Mellificium chirurgiae, or the marrow of many good authors... London: T. Hodgkin for W. Marshall, 1685. Fourth edition, 10 [of 12] plates, lacking portrait frontispiece, worn calf, rebacked, contemporary ink inscription to endpaper, foxing throughout [Wing C6015]; Connor, Bernard Dissertationes medico-physicae... Oxford: H. Clements, 1695. 8vo, 3 parts in one volume, 2 plates, library stamps, contemporary calf, staining throughout, bookplate [Wing C5885]; Thruston, Malachi De respirationis usu primario, diatriba. London: for J. Martyn, 1670. 8vo, errata leaf, library stamps, contemporary calf, rebacked, replacement endpapers [Wing T1132]; Talbor, Sir Robert A rational account of the cause and cures of agues. London: R. Robinson, 1672. 16mo, library stamps, contemporary calf, rebacked, volume professionally restored [Wing T112]; Tachenius, Otto HIs clavis to the ancient Hippocratical physick... London: Thomas James, 1677. 4to, library stamps, foxing and burn marks throughout, contemporary calf, rebacked and repaired, replacement endpapers [Wing T97] (7) £500-700 75


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322 Daniel, Gabriel A voyage to the world of Cartesius. London: Thomas Bennet, 1692. First edition, 8vo, [xii], 298, [vi], illustrations, library stamp to title, contemporary calf, slight loss of fore-margin title, somewhat spotted, worn, covers detached Note: Wing D201; often ascribed to Daniel Defoe. £100-150 323 Dekkers, Frederick Exercitationes practicae circa medendi methodum... Leiden: J. Luchtmans, 1694. 4to, [16] 722 p. [29], engraved title, 21 engraved plates, errata leaf, library stamps, contemporary blindstamped vellum, later labels Note: Wellcome II p.443. £500-700 324 Dekkers, Frederick Exercitationes practicae circa medendi methodum... Leiden: J. Luchtmans, 1695. 4to, lacking engraved title, 8 engraved plates only, errata leaf, library stamps, textblock split, contemporary calf, worn, boards and backstrip loose; Ent, Sir George Apologia pro circuitione sanguinis... London, 1685. 8vo, library stamp to title, calf, rebacked and repaired; Baillou, Guillaume de De virginum et mulierum morbis. Paris: J. Quesnel, 1643. 4to, engraved title vignette, blindstamp to title; [Idem] Opuscula medica. Paris: J. Quesnel, 1643. 4to, 2 works in one volume, contemporary vellum, some slight spotting and discolouration; Baillou, Guillaume de & L. Septali Labyrinthi medici extricati. Geneva: S. de Tournes, 1687. 4to, title printed in red and black, library stamp on title, contemporary calf, spotted, upper cover detached; Thonerius, Augustus Observationum medicinalium. Ulm: J. Gerlin, 1651. 4to, library stamp to title, contemporary vellum, spotted; Thevenin, François Les oeuvres. Paris: D. Foucault, 1669. 4to, contemporary calf, library stamp to title, spotted, worn, cover detached (6) £200-250 325 Descartes, Réné Tractatus de homine, et de formatione foetus. Amsterdam: Daniel Elsevir, 1677. 4to, title in red and black, printer’s device to title, 52 illustrations in text, library stamps, pencil notes to title, modern half morocco gilt; [Idem] Principia philosophiae. Amsterdam: L. & D. Elzevir, 1656. Third edition, 8vo, half title, portrait frontispiece, lacking last blank leaf [Ee4], library stamps, contemporary calf, worn, boards loose (2) £250-350

326 Diemerbroeck, Isbrandus de Tractatus de peste.... Amsterdam: J. Blaeu, 1665. 4to, 4 parts in one volume, printer’s device to title, library stamps, contemporary calf, worn, boards loose, endpapers loose and torn; Dodoens, Rembert Praxin artis medicae. Amsterdam, 1640. 8vo, library stamps, contemporary vellum, soiled, later labels; Bartholinus, Thomas Historiarum anatomicarum rariorum... centuria I. & II. Halfniae, 1654. 8vo, engraved title, woodcuts in text, 9 plates [some folding]; [bound with] [Idem] Historiarum... centuria III. & IV. Heidelberg 1657. 8vo, woodcuts in text, 5 plates, lacking last 4 leaves of index, heavy browning throughout, disbound (4) £150-200 327 Diodorus Siculus Bibliothecae historicae libri XVII. Lyon: S. Gryphius, 1552. 16mo, a-z8 A-Z8 aa-zz8 AA8 BB4, printer’s device on title, library stamps, contemporary marginalia and ink underlining, contemporary blind stamped vellum, backstrip loose and soiled, clasps lacking Note: Adams D471 £200-300 328 Du Verney, Guichard Joseph A treatise of the organ of hearing. London: S. Baker, 1737. 12mo, xii, 145, 14; 16 folding engraved plates, library stamp on title, contemporary calf, dampstained, small hole in upper blank margin of title, neatly rebacked Note: Wellcome II, p.506 £150-250 329 Du Verney, Guichard Joseph Tractatus de organo auditus. Nuremburgh: Johann Zieger, 1684. First Latin edition, 4to, [viii], 48; 15 (of 16) folding engraved plates, library stamp to title, contemporary calf, browning and soiling, upper board detached, lacking plate 16 Note: First Latin edition of the first monograph on the structure, function and diseases of the ear. Wellcome Online 7160887 £150-250

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333 330 Edmonston, Arthur A view of the ancient and present state of the Zetland Islands. Edinburgh, 1808. 2 volumes, 8vo, engraved frontispiece, modern cloth, upper half of volume 1 title torn away; Headrick, James View of the mineralogy, agriculture, manufacturers and fisheries of the island of Arran. Edinburgh, 1807. 8vo, folding map, modern cloth; Sinclair, Sir John General report of the agricultural state and political circumstances of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1814. 5 volumes including Appendix, folding maps and plates, calf, 2 boards missing, and Appendix rebound in cloth; [Idem] An account of the systems of husbandry adopted in the more improved districts of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1814. 2 volumes, 8vo, engraved plates, volume 1 modern cloth, volume 2 calf, lacking upper cover; Heron, Robert Scotland described. Edinburgh, 1797. 12mo, folding map hand-coloured in outline, half-title soiled, old boards, lacking upper board; Pennant, Thomas A tour in Scotland. Dublin, 1785. 2 volumes, 8vo, modern cloth; and 1 other (14) £200-300 331 Eighteenth century medicine — Le Clerc, Daniel A natural and medicinal history of worms. London, 1721. First edition, 8vo, 2 (of 3) folding plates, wormhole through lower margin, upper board detached, Quincy, John Medicina statica. 1728. 8vo, engraved title & 1 folding plan, upper cover detached, slight wear to frontispiece; Keill, James The anatomy of the human body abridged. London, 1771. 12mo, upper cover detached; [Idem] Essays on several parts of the animal oeconomy. London, 1738. Fourth edition, 8vo, some soiling, upper board detached; Sydenham, Thomas The entire works. London, 1749. Second edition, 8vo, neatly rebacked, corners repaired, title soiled & small hole without loss; Smith, S.S. An essay

on the causes of the variety of complexion and figure in the human species. Edinburgh reprinted, 1788. 8vo, contemporary calf, worn; Jenty, C.N. A course of anatomico-physiological lectures on the human structure and animal oeconomy. London, 1757-58. volumes 23 only, 8vo, calf, 2 boards detached, one lacking; Pitcairn, A. The philosophical and mathematical elements of physick. London, 1718. 8vo, browning and spotting, upper cover detached; [Idem] The works. London, 1715. 8vo, dampstaining and discolouration, worn; Martine, George Essays and observations on the construction and graduation of thermometers. Edinburgh, 1787. 12mo, folding table, split without loss, contemporary sheep, worn, upper board loose; Gooch, Benjamin Medical and chirurgical observations. London, [c.1773]. 8vo, engraved title, 4 folding engraved plates, upper board detached, textblock split, somewhat spotted and stained, all contemporary calf, most worn (12) £300-400 332 Encyclopédie Méthodique Recueil de planches de l’encyclopédie. Paris: Panckoucke, 1787-1804. Plate volumes 4-5, & 7-8, engraved plates, boards and half calf, spotting and occasional marginal staining, some boards loose or missing, 2 part volumes; Recueil de planches de botanique de l’Encyclopédie. Paris. 1823. Part 1 only, lacking boards; and miscellaneous text volumes in very poor condition (quantity) £300-400 333 Engraved plates — L’Encyclopédie. Recueil de planches de l’Encyclopédie par ordre de matières. Paris: Panckoucke, 1783. Volume 2 only, 4to, 247 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, occasional light spotting, worn £150-250 See colour illustration on page 71 77


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334 Erastus, Thomas De occultis pharmacorum potestatibus. Basel: Petrus Perna, 1574. 4to, *4 a-z4 A-C4 D2, blank D2, printer’s device on title, library stamps, foxing, contemporary limp vellum, later label [Adams E907]; Arantius, Julius Caesar De humano foetu. Venice: Jacobus Brechtanus, 1587. 4to, a-b4 P4 Q2 R3-6 S-Z4 Aa-Pp4, printer’s device on title, errata leaf at end, library stamps, professionally restored, calf, rebacked [Adams E1510]; Fallopius, Gabriel De morbo Gallico... [Padua: Lucius Bertellus, 1564]. 4to, A-Q4, lacking first A4 [including title], lacking second part [pp.16], later half calf, repaired (3) £150-200 335 Ettmuller, Michael Etmullerus abridg’d or a compleat system of the theory and practice of physic... London: printed for E. Harris, 1699. 8vo, library stamps, contemporary calf, worn, heavily soiled and browned throughout; Partridge, John Thesaurus & armamentarium medico-chymicum... London: Awnsham Churchill, 1682. 8vo, library stamps, calf, rebacked, title soiled, foxing and staining throughout; Fabricus, H. Oeures chirurgicales. Lyon: J. Huguetan, 1666. 8vo, printer’s device on title, contemporary calf, worn, boards loose, browned and foxed throughout; Gieswein, J.P. Manuale medicinae practicae... Frankfurt, 1687. 8vo, library stamps, calf, worn, boards loose; Fernel, Jean Morbis universalibus et particularibus... Leiden, 1645. 8vo, 2 parts on one volume, engraved title, library stamps, contemporary vellum, soiled; and another by Fernel (6) £200-300 336 Eustachius, Bartholomaeus Tabulae anatomicae. Amsterdam: R. & G. Wetsten, 1722. Folio, [xliv], 115, [11], title printed in red and black, half-title, 47 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, slightly spotted, lacking the plate of Graduated Scales Note: These anatomical plates, drawn in 1552, remained in the Vatican Library for over a century, when Pope Clement XI gave them to his personal physician, Lancisi, who published them at Morgagni’s suggestion. Wellcome Online 14297851 £700-1,000 337 Fabri, Joannes Observations chirurgiques... Geneva: Pierre Chouet, 1669. 4to, 16 engraved plates, library stamps to title, contemporary calf, worn, bookplate; Dolaus, Johann Encyclopaedia medicinae... Amsterdam: A. de Hoogenhuysen, 1688. 4to, title in red and black, dedication, library stamps, contemporary vellum, soiled, later labels; [Idem] Encyclopaedia chirurgica rationalis... Frankfurt: F. Knoch, 1689. 4to, engraved frontispiece, title printed in red and black, portrait, first two signatures [including frontispiece and title] trimmed at upper edge, later calf, worn, hinges splitting (3) £300-500

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339 Fabricius von Hilden, Wilhelm Opera quae extant omnia. Frankfurt: J.L. Dufour, 1682-71. Folio, 2 parts in one volume, half title, woodcuts in text, library stamps, heavy offsetting and foxing throughout, later morocco backed boards, very worn £200-300 340 Falloppius, Gabriel Opera quae adhuc extant omnia. Frankfurt: Andreas Wechel, 1584. Folio, *6 a-z6 A-Z6 Aa-ZZ6 AA6 BB4 CC-DD6 EE4, printer’s device on title, library stamps, browning and staining throughout, contemporary vellum, worn in patches, section torn from title [no text loss] Note: Adams F134 £200-300 341 Falloppius, Gabriel Opera omnia... Frankfurt: Andreas Wechel, 1600-1606. Folio, 3 parts in 2 volumes [including supplement], printer’s device to title and colophon, library stamps, contemporary blindstamped calf, rebacked and repaired, professionally conserved throughout, binding of volume II worn; Foreest, Pieter van Observationum et curationum medicinalium... Rouen: J. & D. Berthelin, 1653. Folio, 4 volumes in 2, printer’s device on title, title in red and black, library stamps, calf, worn, boards loose, staining and soiling throughout; Fernel, Jean Universa medicina... Cologne: S. de Tournes, 1679. Folio, portrait frontispiece, vignette title, library stamps, calf, worn, boards loose, portrait loose, soiled and stained throughout; and another (6) £300-500 342 Fracastoro, Girolamo Opera. Venice: Giunta, 1574. First collected edition, 4to, *6 A-Z4 AA-ZZ4 AAA-ZZZ4 &&&6 a-h4, blank &&&6, printer’s device to title, woodcuts in text, library stamps, large stain to title causing various small holes [no text loss], light waterstaining towards rear, later speckled calf gilt, lower hinge splitting at head of backstrip, lacking free endpapers Note: Adams F817, Wellcome I 2396. First collected edition of Fracastoro’s works, a landmark in the development of our knowledge of infectious disease. Fracastoro was the first to state the germ theory of infection, recognised typhus and suggested the contagiousness of tuberculosis. £700-900

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343 Franklin, Sir John Narrative of a journey to the shores of the Polar Sea, in the years 1819-20-21-22. London: J. Murray, 1824. Second edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, 4 folding maps, 1 hand-coloured in outline, original boards, uncut, one gathering loose, one board detached, some spotting, worn £150-200 344 French medical books — Garengeot, Réné Jacques Croissant de Nouveau traité des instrumens de chirurgie. Paris: Huart, 1727. Second edition, 2 volumes, 12mo, 66 engraved plates, contemporary calf, dampstained, some discolouration, very worn, covers detached; and 29 other French eighteenth-century medical books, mostly dampstained and worn, most with library stamps (31) £400-600

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346 Fuchs, Leonhard De sanandis totius humani corporis malis, libri quinque. Lyon: J. Frellonium, 1547. 8vo, a-b8 A-Z8 Aa-Tt8 Vu12, printer’s device on title, library stamps, previous inscriptions scored through on title, some browning to edges, speckled calf, rebacked, recent endpapers [Adams F1111]; Alexander, of Tralles Libri duodecim [medicinae]... Lyon, 1575. 8vo, 804 [24]pp., printer’s device to title, library stamps, professional restoration to title and endpapers, contemporary blind stamped calf, rebacked; and four others [defective] (6) £300-400 347 Gaddesden, John of Praxis medica, rosa Anglica dicta... Augsburg: Michael Manger, 1595. 4to, 2 volumes, )(4 .)(.4 A-Z4 Aa-Zz4 AAa-ZZz Aaaa-Nnnn Oooo6 Pppp-Zzzz, 5A-5Z4 6A-6Z4 7A-7N4 7O2, to Oooo6 p.668 only, library stamps, contemporary limp vellum, stained, later morocco labels (2) Note: Adams G282, Wellcome 2487. £250-350 348 Galenus, Claudius De usu partium corporis humani.... Lyon: G. Rouillius, 1550. 16mo, a-z8 A-Z8 aa-qq8, blank qq8, printer’s device to title, library stamps, waterstaining to early sections, professional conservation, near contemporary calf, rebacked Note: Not in Adams, Wellcome I 2539 £200-300 345

345 French medicine — Collection Académique Volume 5 only. Dijon: Desventes, 1758. 4to, folding engraved plates, old boards; L’Académie Royale de Chirurgie. Memoires. Paris, 1757. 4to, volume 3 only, numerous folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, rubbed; Boyer, Baron Traité complet d’anatomie. Paris, 1815. 4 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf, some spotting; Cruveilhier, J. Anatomie descriptive. Paris, 1834. 4 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf, some spotting; Disdier, F.M. Sarcologie, ou traité des parties molles. Paris, 1748. 12mo, contemporary vellum, Petit, J.L. Description exacte des os. Leiden: T. Haak, 1709. 12mo, frontispiece, calf-backed boards; Deidier, A. Anatomie raisonée du corps humain. Paris: d’Houry, 1742. 8vo, contemporary calf, upper cover detached; Portal, Antoine Cours d’anatomie médicale. Paris: Baudouin, 1803. 4 volumes, 8vo, later boards, some spotting, rubbed; Le Roi, M. Mélange de physique et de médecine. Paris: Cavilier, 1771. 8vo, contemporary calf, some spotting, cover detached; and a quantity of French medical books, mainly 19th century, most poor condition £300-500

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349 Gardening — Speechly, William A treatise on the culture of the vine. Dublin, 1791. 8vo, half-title, 5 engraved plates, one folding, cloth; Kennedy, John A treatise upon planting, gardening... Dublin, 1784, 8vo, cloth; Neill, P. The fruit, flower and kitchen garden. Edinburgh, 1840. 8vo, cloth; Justice, James The British gardener’s new director. Dublin, 1771. Fifth edition, 8vo, 7 engraved plates, several folding, cloth; Loudon, J.C. An encyclopaedia of gardening. London, 1825. 8vo, illustrations, cloth; Library of useful knowledge British husbandry. London, 1834-40. 3 volumes, 8vo, illustrations, cloth, slight spotting to some volumes; Tableau Encyclopédique et Méthodique. Botanique. Paris: H Agasse, an VIII. 2 volumes only, 4to, plates 401-499 and 801-900 only, original boards, uncut (10) £200-300 350 Gleichen, Wilhelm Frederick von Decouvertes les plus nouvelles dans le regne vegetal ou observations microscopiques. [Nuremburg & Paris]: C. de Launoy, 1770. Folio, [2], 76, 48, [8], 24; 51 hand-coloured plates, lacking the additional title, stains and library stamps to title, blindstamps to some plates and text leaves, occasional spotting, contemporary calf, worn and scraped, covers detached £1,000-1,500


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351 Glisson, Francis Tractatus de ventriculo et intestinis. London: H. Brome, 1677. 4to, portrait frontispiece, dedication, 3 engraved plates, 3pp. publisher’s adverts at rear, title in red and black, library stamps, contemporary calf, repaired and rebacked, new endpapers; and another copy of the 1677 edition, lacking portrait, soiled (2)

353 Goodall, Charles The Royal College of Physicians of London, founded and established by law. London: Walter Kettilby, 1684. 2 parts in one volume, 4to, xii, [52], 305-472; xii; license leaf before title, contemporary calf, slightly spotted, stabhole to some early leaves affecting a few letters, rebacked, rubbed

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352 Goedaert, Johannes Histoire naturelle des insectes selons leurs differentes metamorphoses. Middelbourg: Jaques Fierens, [no date]. First part only, 12mo, hand-coloured engraved title, frontispiece, 42 handcoloured engraved plates, frontispice border shaved, title cut down and mounted, last plate loose, one plate with marginal tear, early nineteenth century half calf, some discolouration of text, worn, upper cover almost detached £150-250

354 Gorraeus, Johannes Definitionum medicarum libri XXIIII... Paris: Andreas Wechel, 1564. Folio, *4 a-z6 A-Z6 Aa-Rr6 Ss4, portrait at *iv, folding table at Hh4, printer’s device on title and reverse of colophon, ink marginalia, library stamps, calf, worn, boards loose, backstrip very worn, first few and last few leaves loose Note: Adams G878, Wellcome 2891 £200-300 355 Grant, Charles, Viscount de Vaux The history of Mauritius or the Isle of France. London: for the author, 1801. First edition, 4to, xxi, 571, 3 folding maps and plans, modern cloth, some spotting and slight browning £200-250 356 Gregory, John Lectures on the duties and qualifications of a physician. 1772. 8vo, errata slip, contemporary calf, covers detached; Woodward, John The state of physick, and of diseases. London, 1718. 8vo, later half calf; Dover, Thomas The ancient physician’s legacy to his country. London, 1723. Fourth edition, 8vo, professional conservation to first and last leaves, neatly rebacked; Grant, William An essay on the pestilential fever of Sydenham. London, 1775; [Idem] Observations on the nature and cure of fevers. 1772. Second edition, 2 volumes, volume 2 bound after “An essay on the pestilential fever...”, cloth, title of volume 1 somewhat spotted; Fordyce, George A dissertation on simple fever. London, 1794; A second dissertation on fever, 1795. 2 works bound in one volume, calf-backed boards; Currie, James Medical reports on the effects of water, cold and warm, as a remedy in fever. Liverpool, 1797. 8vo, cloth, page 5-6 with small hole affecting a few letters, a few leaves dust-soiled, most with library stamps (8) £300-400

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357 Grevin, Jacques Deux livres des venins.... Antwerp: C. Plantin, 1568. 8vo, *4 A-X8 Y2, reverse of title repaired, library stamps, waterstaining throughout; [bound with] Les oeuures de Nicandre... Antwerp: C. Plantin, 1567. 4to, A4-K4 L6, library stamps, staining throughout, later calf, rebacked and repaired, inner hinges strengthened Note: Adams G1245 £700-900 358 Grew, Nehemiah The anatomy of vegetables begun. London: Spencer Hickman, 1672. First edition, 12mo, [32], 198 [i.e. 186], [22 including 2 blank leaves]; 3 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, some dust-soiling of preliminary leaves, some light dampstaining, neatly rebacked Note: Wing G1946 £400-500

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359 Grose, Francis A classical dictionary of the vulgar tongue. London: S. Hooper, [date erased from title, but 1785 or 1796]. 8vo, contemporary half calf, worn, upper cover detached £150-200 360 Guidi, Guido Operum sive artis medicinalis. Frankfurt: Wechel, 1626. Folio, 2 volumes, printer’s device on titles, library stamps, contemporary blindstamped vellum, backstrip soiled, hinges cracking, boards loose on volume II heavily browned and soiled throughout, bookplate of Thomas Molyneux of Dublin; Argenterio, Giovanni Opera. Hanover: Wechel, 1610. Folio, printer’s device to title, library stamps, contemporary blindstamped vellum, soiled, heavily browned and soiled throughout, bookplate of Thomas Molyneux; Vega, Christopher Opera omnia. Lyon: A. Chard, 1626. Folio, vignette title, library stamps, contemporary blindstamped vellum, soiled, hinges split, lacking ties, some dustmarking to first few and last few leaves but otherwise interior clean (4) £250-350


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361 Haller, Albrecht von Elementa physiologiae corporis humani. Lausanne: M-M. Bousquet [S. d’Arnay], — Leiden, 1757-66. 8 volumes, 4to, 6 engraved plates, contemporary calf, lacks portrait, volume 7 dampstained, some spotting, worn, joints splitting; [Idem] Bibliotheca botanica. London: C. Heydinger, 1771-2. 2 volumes, 4to, contemporary calf, rubbed; and 1 other (11) £300-500 362 Havers, Clopton Osteologia, or some new observations of the bones. London: W. Innys, 1729. Second edition, 8vo, xvi, 293, iii; 2 engraved plates, 1 folding (torn without loss), nineteenth century half calf, some spotting and light soiling Note: Wellcome, III, p.225 £200-300 363 Heide, Antonius de Anatome mytuli, Belgicè mossel. Amsterdam: J. Waesberg, 1684. 12mo, [16], 15 (of 16) folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, upper margin of title and *2 excised, some soiling & browning, worn, upper cover detached; Bartholinus, Thomas Anatome ex omnium veterum recentiorumque observationibus. Leiden: Officina Hackiana, 1673. 8vo, 12 (of 13) folding plates, lacks portrait and engraved title, contemporary calf, text block split, cover detached; and 4 others in poor condition (6) £200-250

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364 Heister, Lorenz Institutiones chirurgicae. Amsterdam: J. Waesberg, 1739. 2 volumes, 4to, 38 folding engraved plates, lacks portrait, contemporary calf, worn, three covers detached, slight spotting £150-250

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367 Hemsterhuis, Siboldus Messis aurea: exhibens; Anatomica: novissima et utilissima experimenta. Heidelberg: A. Wyngaerden, 1659. 8vo, xvi, 370, 24; additional engraved title and 19 engraved plates, some folding, early calf-backed boards, uncut, engraved and printed title loose, printed title with some loss of inner margin (with no loss of text), occasional browning, rubbed Note: Wellcome II, p. 244, calling for 9 preliminary leaves £200-300 368 Hewson, William Experimental inquiries: part the Second. Containing a description of the lymphatic system in the human subject. London: J. Johnson, 1774. First edition, 8vo, xvi, 239; 6 engraved plates, 5 folding, rebound retaining original calf sides, half-title, slightly spotted; [Idem] The works. London: Sydenham Society, 1846. 8vo, engraved frontispiece, original cloth, inscribed on title “Dr. Jacob, from the editor” (2) £200-300 369 Hippocrates Opera quae as nos extant omnia... Basel: Froben, 1554. 8vo, 2 volumes, I. pp.859, *8 a-z8 A-Z8 Aa-Hh8, II. pp.659, a-z8 A-Y8, printer’s imprint to titles and colophons, library stamps, contemporary limp vellum, stained, torn at hinges, inner hinges and endpapers loose and torn, some foxing and staining (2) Note: Adams H573, Wellcome 3181 Provenance: Charles l’Ecluse [Carolus Clusius] (1526-1609), contemporary ink inscription to endpapers, dated Antwerp 1560. L’Eluse was a Dutch physician and botantist. £250-350

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365 Heister, Lorenz Apologia et uberior illustratio systematis sui de cataracta glaucomate et amaurosi. Altorf: J.G. Kohl, 1717. 8vo, xxx, 307, i; engraved frontispiece, contemporary calf, title & frontispiece slightly soiled, small loss to fore-margin of title, worn £200-250 366 Heister, Lorenz L’anatomie d’Heister. Paris: J. Vincent, 1724. 8vo, 13 folding engraved plates [as called for], contemporary calf, spine gilt £150-200

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370 Hippocrates Magnicoaecae praenotiones.... Paris: Baptiste Dupuys, 1588. Folio, a6 A-Z6 Aa-Zz6 Aaa-Ggg6 [Ggg6 blank], woodcut to title, library stamps, contemporary vellum, labels removed, waterstaining to upper edge, early seventeenth century ink inscriptions to front fixed endpaper Note: Adams H611 £250-350 371 Hippocrates Coaca praesagia... Lyon: G. Rouillius, 1576. Folio, 2 volumes, I: *-**6 ***4 A-Z6 Aa-Ll6 Mm8 Nn-Zz6 AA-NN6 MM3, II: MM3 NN-ZZ6 AAAa-HHHh6, printer’s device to title, library stamps, marginalia, seventeenth century ink inscriptions to title, waterstaining, later calf, rebacked, boards loose (2) Note: Adams H610, Wellcome I 3240 £200-300


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372 Hobbes, Thomas Opera philosophica quae latine scripsit omnia. Amsterdam: J. Blaeu, 1668. Parts 1-4 [of 8] in one volume, iv, 44; 146; viii, 261; ii, 86; 4to, 24 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, lacking portrait, lacks spine, cover detached, some dampstaining at beginning £200-300 373 Home, Sir Everard Lectures on comparative anatomy. London: G. & W. Nicol, 1814. 2 volumes, 4to, engraved portrait and 132 plates, library stamp to titles only, contemporary half calf, some spotting, boards becoming detached £150-200 374 Humboldt, Alexander von Political essay on the kingdom of New Spain. London: Longman, 1811. 5 volumes including plate volume, 12 plates, maps, plans, sections and tables, most folding, modern brown cloth, some spotting to titles, plates and maps Note: The plate volume contains 9 maps, plates and sections as called for. The text volumes contain 2 folding maps and one folding plate of tables. £150-200 375 Hurlock, Joseph A practical treatise upon dentition. London: for the author, 1742. First edition, 8vo, xxiv, 285, [6], contemporary calf, somewhat spotted, lacking upper board Note: Wellcome Online 14306647. £1,500-2,000 376 Jersey — Hooper, George S. Observations on the topography, climate and prevalent diseases, of the Island of Jersey. London: Whittaker, 1837. First edition, 8vo, cloth, lower corner of title torn away and slight loss to upper margin of *3, annotations to half-title £100-150 377 Jonstonus, Johannes Dendrographias sive historiae naturalis de arboribus et fruticibus. Frankfurt: H.M. Meriani, 1662. Folio, 10 (including engraved titlepage), 477, 30; 137 engraved plates, some worming in inner margin occasionally affecting a few letters of text and c. 15 plates at end, some spotting and discolouration, lacking lower board, upper board detached, library stamp on title and text leaves only Note: Wellcome online 20726357 £300-400

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378 Joubert, Laurent [Operum Latinor. Lyon: Stephanus Michael [Estienne Michael], 1582.] Folio, a-p6 +4 Aa-Ll6, ++7 Mm-Pp6 Qq-Tt4 Vv6 Xx-Zz6 Aaa-Ddd6 Eee-Yyy6 Zzz4 Aaaa4 Bbbb-Iiii6 Kkkk, lacking *4 ++8, Vv6+1, ACcc8, ADdd4 [as per Adams copy], leaf a1 torn lacking lower half [bound with] Veiga, Thomas Rodericus Opera omnia... Lyon: Johannes Lertout, 1586. Folio, [*]4 A-Z6 Aa-Xx6 Yy4 [Yy4 blank], contemporary vellum, discoloured and worn, later labels, staining throughout. Sold not subject to return. Note: Adams J388 [first item], second item not in Adams. £200-300

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379 Kahn, Joseph Atlas of the formation of the human body. London: J. Churchill, 1852. 4to, 13 hand-coloured lithographed plates, original cloth, contents loose; Home, Sir Everard Lectures on comparative anatomy. London: G. & W. Nicol, 1814-28. 6 volumes including supplement, 4to, portrait & 371 engraved plates, original cloth-backed boards, uncut, some spotting and dampstaining, worn, several boards detached, library stamp on titles only; Swan, Joseph A demonstration of the nerves of the human body. London: Longman &c., 1834. 4to, 35 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, some spotting, dampstaining in upper corner, worn, boards detached; Leeuwenhoek, Antony van The select works, translated by Samuel Hoole. London: Whittingham, 1816. Volume 1, parts 1 and 2; 19 (of 20) folding plates, 1 other plate, original boards, part 2 lacking title & preliminary leaves, original boards, spotting, one board lacking (10) £200-300 380 Karsten, Dietrich Ludwig Gustavus A description of minerals in the Leskean Museum. Dublin: R.E. Mercier, 1798. 2 volumes, errata leaf in both volumes, volume 1 contemporary calf, worn, volume 2 original boards, uncut, rubbed; Zimmermann, E.A.G. Specimen zoologiae geographicae quadrupedum. Leiden, 1777. 4to, folding map, contemporary calf, some staining, covers detached; Buffon, G.L.M. The natural history of oviparous quadrupeds and serpents. Edinburgh, 1801. 4 volumes, 8vo, engraved plates, original boards, uncut, publication details deleted and title with contemporary manuscript annotations about printing & publication, rubbed; Flemyng, Malcolm An introduction to physiology. London, 1759. 8vo, contemporary calf, some dampstaining, upper cover detached; Hales, S. Statical essays. London, 1769. Volume 1 only, engraved plates, calf, worn, cover detached; and volume 3-4 only of Kirby’s Entomology (11) £200-300 381 Kent, Sandgate — Moseley, George Sandgate as a residence for invalids. London: J. Churchill, 1853. 8vo, folding lithographed frontispiece, lithographed plate, original cloth, some spotting £100-150 382 Lancisi, Giovanni Maria De motu cordis et aneurysmatibus. Leiden: P. Bonk & A.G. Steenman, 1740. 4to, title printed in red and black, 7 folding engraved plates, library stamp to title only, original quarter calf, uncut, dampstained throughout, lacks lower board £200-300 383 Larrey, Dominique Jean, baron Relation historique et chirurgicale de l’expédition de l’armée d’Orient. Paris: Demonville et Soeurs, 1803. First edition, 8vo, 2 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, worn, half-title and upper board detached, some spotting £150-250 86

384 Latin editions — Eustachius, Bartholomaeus Opuscula anatomica. Delphis: A. Beman, 1726. 8vo, 10 folding engraved plates, contemporary quarter calf, slight discolouration, worn; Baglivius, Georgius De fibra motrice et morbosa. London: T. Leigh & D. Midwinter, 1703. 12mo, illustrations, contemporary calf, some soiling and marginal dampstaining, worn; Rudolphi, C.A. Entozoorum synopsis. Berlin, 1819. 8vo, quarter cloth, uncut, title spotted; Atthalin, C.F. Institutiones anatomicae. Drucker: C.J. Daclin, 1753. 8vo, contemporary calf, worn; Berkenhout, J. Pharmacopoeia medici. London, 1788. 8vo, calf, worn, covers detached; Boerhaave, H. Institutiones medicae in usus annuae exercitationis domesticos. Edinburgh, 1773. 12mo, spine weak, cover detached; [Idem] Aphorismi de cognoscendis et curandis morbis. Leiden, 1737. 12mo, calf, hinges weak, slight dampstaining; [Idem] Consultationes medicae. The Hague, 1743. 12mo, worn, cover detached; [Idem] Praelectiones academicae. Leiden, 1758. 6 volumes in 7, 12mo, titles printed in red and black, contemporary quarter calf, uncut, rubbed; Blancard, Stephen Anatomia reformata. Leiden, 1688. 8vo, additional engraved title, 50 engraved plates, contemporary calf, rubbed, upper cover detached; Douglas, James Bibliographiae anatomicae specimen sive catalogus. Leiden, 1734. Second edition, 8vo, engraved title-vignette, later half calf, slight browning; Gagliard, Dominici Anatome ossium. Leiden, 1723. 8vo, contemporary half calf, somewhat spotted, rubbed, upper cover detached; Heister, Lorenz Compendium anatomicum. Amsterdam, 1748. 2 volumes in one, 8vo, 9 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, textblock split, covers detached; Gaub, David Institutiones apthologiae medicinalis. Leipzig, 1771. 8vo, contemporary half calf, worn; [Idem] Libellus de methodo concinnandi formulas medicamentorum. Leiden: C. Wishoff, 1739. First edition, 12mo, contemporary calf, some spotting, worn, covers detached; and 9 others (29) £1,000-1,500 385 Le Clerc, Daniel Histoire de la medecine. The Hague: I. van der Kloot, 1729. 4to, engraved plates, contemporary calf, slight marginal worming, upper cover detached; Freind, J. Histoire de la médecine depuis Galien jusqu’au XVI siècle. Paris: J. Vincent, 1728. 4to, contemporary calf, spotting, upper cover detached; Le Cat, Claude Nicolas Traité des sensations et des passions en général. Paris: Vallat-la-Chapelle, 1767. 3 volumes, 8vo, 36 plates, mostly folding, volume 1 and 3 contemporary calf, volume 2 cloth; Le Cat, C.N. Traité de l’existance. Berlin, 1765. 8vo, 6 folding plates, contemporary calf, dampstained, upper cover detached; Lamouroux, J.V.F. Histoire des polypiers coralligènes flexibles. Caen, 1816. 8vo, 19 plates, cloth, waterstained and discoloured, worn; Petit, J.L. Traité des maladies des os. Paris, 1723. 2 volumes, 12mo, contemporary calf, worn, two covers detached; Petit, A. Anatomie chirurgicale. Paris, 1753. 2 volumes, 8vo, numerous engraved plates, contemporary calf, slight spotting, one spine defective, two covers detached (11) £250-350


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386 Lecluse, Charles de Rariorum plantarum historia. Antwerp: J. Moretum, 1601. Folio, [14] 364 cccxlviii [12], engraved title, portrait, woodcuts in text, library stamps, contemporary calf, rebacked and repaired, replacement endpapers, interior clean £1,000-1,500 387 Lemrery, Nicolas A course of chymistry. [?London: W. Kettilby, 1698]. 8vo, calf, rebacked, lacks title, preliminaries dampstained, [Wing L1040]; British Association for the Advancement of Science Report of the fourth meeting. London, 1835. 8vo, cloth; [Idem] Report of the fifth meeting. London, 1836. 8vo, plates, original boards, rubbed, upper cover detached; Arnott, Neil Elements of physics. London, 1828. 8vo, cloth; Liebig, J. Chemistry in its application to agriculture and physiology. London, 1842. 8vo, original cloth, spine discoloured; [Idem] Researches on the chemistry of food. London, 1847. 8vo, original cloth, some spotting, boards marked; [Idem] Animal

chemistry. London, 1842. 8vo, original cloth; Wood, James The elements of mechanics. Cambridge, 1841. 8vo, original boards, worn; Nicholson, William A journal of natural philosophy, chemistry and the arts. London, 1803. 8vo, engraved plates, contemporary half calf, some spotting, rubbed; Dickson, Stephen An essay on chemical nomenclature. London, 1796. 8vo, contemporary calf, some spotting; Chenevix, R. Remarks upon chemical nomenclature. London, 1802. 12mo, original boards, title soiled, boards worn and soiled (13) £200-300 388 Leonicenus, Nicolaus De Plinii & plurium aliorum medicorum in medicina erroribus... Ferrara: J. Maciochius, 1509. 4to, [*]6 a-n8, k omitted, lacking two unsigned leaves at end [as per Adams], library stamps, eighteenth century ink inscription to title, foxing to early and late leaves, colophon leaf torn at outer edge [no text loss], later calf, rebacked and repaired Note: Adams L499, Wellcome 3734. £800-1,200 87


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389 Linnaeus, Carolus Fauna Suecica. Leiden: C. Wishoff, 1746. 8vo, engraved frontispiece and 2 folding plates, contemporary calf, worn, cover detached ÂŁ200-300 390 Lisiansky, Urey Fyodorovich A voyage round the world, in the years 1803, 4, 5 & 6. London: J. Booth, 1814. 4to, xxiv, 388; portrait, 13 plates and charts, several coloured, original boards, heavy spotting, dampstaining and soiling, boards worn, cover detached, two library stamps on title ÂŁ700-1,000 See colour illustration on page 70 391 Lister, Martin Conchyliorum bivalvium utriusque aquae exercitation anatomica tertia. London: sumptibus authoris, 1696. First edition, 4to, 2 parts in one volume, xliii, 173, 51; 10 engraved plates, 4 folding, library stamp to title only, contemporary vellum, stamp on title, vellum soiled; [Idem] Historiae animalium angliae tres tractatus. London: J. Martyn, 1678. 4to, vi, 250, 2; 9 folding plates, nineteenth century half calf, title torn in two and loose, some spotting, some corners renewed, library stamps (2) Note: Wing L2516 Provenance: Robert Robinson, M.D., bookplate; RCSI library stamp ÂŁ700-900

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392 Lower, Richard Tractatus de corde. London: J. Allestry, 1669. First edition, 2nd issue, 8vo [16], 220, [20], 6 (of 7) folding plates, lacking plate 7, with initial blank A1, modern calf, some spotting and discolouration, library stamps to title Note: The first important work on cardiac physiology to appear after the work of Harvey. Wing L3310; Printing and the Mind of Man 149. £400-600 393 Luc, Jean André de Idées sur la météorologie. Londres: P. Elmsly, 1786-87. 2 volumes in 3, 8vo, 2 folding plates, half-title, contemporary calf, occasional light spotting, three covers detached £150-250

394 Lyon, Captain G.F. A narrative of travels in Northern Africa, in the years 1818, 19 and 20. London: John Murray, 1821. First edition, 4to, folding map and 16 (of 17) hand-coloured lithographed plates, original cloth-backed boards, slight loss to frontispiece margin, title slightly dusty and with library stamp, worn, joint split £150-250 395 Macculloch, John A description of the Western island of Scotland. London: A. Constable, 1819. 8vo [2 volumes], 4to, 3 volumes including plate volume, 33 engraved plates (1 coloured), 10 geological maps (9 coloured, 2 folding), text modern cloth, plate volume contemporary half calf, worn, upper cover detached, plate 1 loose, some light spotting £200-300

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396 Manardus, Joannes Epistolarum medicinalium lib. XX. Venice: Petrus Schoeffer, 1542. Folio, [~]8 *2 a-z6 Aa-Pp6 Qq8, printer’s device on title and colophon, library stamps, contemporary spotted vellum, later labels, boards heavily stained Note: Adams M317 £200-300 397 Mandeville, Bernard de A treatise of the hypochondriack and hysterick passons. London, 1711. First edition, 8vo, contemporary panelled calf, some dampstaining and browning, worn, covers detached; Marten, Benjamin A new theory of consumptions. London, 1720. 8vo, contemporary calf, upper blank margin of title excised, some spotting, neatly rebacked; Manning, Henry Modern improvements in the practice of surgery. London, 1780. 8vo, half calf, covers detached; Boerhaave, Herman A treatise on the powers of medicines. London, 1740. 8vo, contemporary calf, title soiled, rubbed; May, William Essay on pulmonary consumptions. Pymouth, 1792. 8vo, contemporary boards, uncut; Martin, George De similibus animalibus. London, 1740. 8vo, slightly dampstained, covers detached; Martine, George Essays medical and philosophical. London, 1740. 8vo, folding table, contemporary calf, rubbed, upper cover detached; [Idem] In Bartholomaei Eustachii tabulas anatomicas commentaria. Edinburgh, 1755. 8vo, contemporary calf, lacking last leaf, covers detached; Medical Extracts on the nature of health. London, 1796. 2 volumes, 8vo, folding plates, worn, two covers detached (10) £300-500 398 Marmol Carvajal, Luis del L’Afrique de Marmol. Paris: T. Jolly, 1667. 4to, volume 1 and 2 only (of 3), 16 (of 28) folding maps, contemporary calf, spotted and soiled, worn, covers detached £200-300 399 Marsden, William The history of Sumatra. London, [1810-11]. Folio, folding map, and 27 plates on 19 sheets, map edge slightly frayed and soiled, plates browned and spotted, lacking boards £150-250 400 Mauriceau, François Traité des maladies des femmes grosses. Paris, 1721-28. Sixth edition, 2 volumes, 4to, numerous engravings in the text, contemporary calf, spines gilt, head of one spine slightly rubbed £200-250

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401 Mead, Richard The medical works. London, 1762. 4to, mezzotint portrait, contemporary calf, slightly spotted, worn, upper cover detached; [Idem] Opera medica. Napoli, 1752. 4to, 5 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, slightly rubbed; [Idem] De variolis et morbillis liber. London, 1747. 8vo, half-title, rubbed, upper cover detached; [Idem] Monita et praecepta medica. London, 1751. 8vo, inscribed on endpaper “From the author”, contemporary calf, some dampstaining, worn, upper cover detached; [Idem] A mechanical account of poisons. London, 1745. 8vo, inscribed on title “Ex dono authoris, Jacobo Parsons MD, SRS”, 4 folding plates, covers detached; [Idem] A discourse on the plague. London, 1744. 8vo, inscribed on title “Ex dono authoris; Jacobo Parsons M.D., S.R.S.”, upper cover detached; [Idem] De imperio solis ac lunae in corpora humana. London, 1746. 8vo, inscribed on endpaper “From the Author”, dampstained, upper cover detached; [Idem] Medica sacra. London, 1749. 8vo, spotted, upper cover detached (8) £400-600


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402 Medical facts and observations London: J. Johnson, 1791-1800. 8 volumes, edited by Samuel Foart Simmons, 8vo, 17 folding engraved plates, some folding, most volumes with half-titles, contemporary calf, occasional spotting, rubbed, some hinges weak £200-300 403 Medical observations and inquiries By a Society of Physicians in London. London: W. Johnston, 1763-84. 6 volumes, 29 (of 30) engraved plates, contemporary calf, volume 1 lacking plate 1, occasional spotting, worn £200-300 404 Medico-chirurgical transactions published by the Medical and Chirurgical Society of London. London: Longman &c., 1812-41. 8vo, Volumes 1-2, 4-9, 11-12, 14, 17, 20-22, 24 engraved plates, some hand-coloured, contemporary calf, or original boards, rubbed, a few covers detached, library stamp on a few plates £200-250 405 Mesue, Joannes De re medica libri tres. Paris: A. Gorbinus, 1561. 8vo, *8 a-z8 A-B8, printer’s device on title, library stamps, contemporary vellum, later morocco labels Note: Wellcome 4281 £150-250 406 Miscellaneous books, English a quantity, in 5 boxes £200-300 407 Miscellaneous books, French a quantity, in 6 boxes £200-300 408 Moffett, Thomas Insectorum sive minimorum animalium theatrum... London: Thomas Cotes for G. Hope, 1634. Folio, woodcut title, woodcuts in text, 4pp. of woodcuts of insects at end, library stamp to title, contemporary calf, hinges splitting, lower board loose, last two leaves loose, foxing Note: ESTC 17993a, Haskell F. Norman Library 1998, lot 133. An early edition of the first entomological book published in England. Moffett completed the work in 1589, however, due to difficulties at the publishers it was not produced until 1634 [three issues were produced in this year]. £1,000-1,500 See colour illustration on page 71

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409 Monro, Alexander The structure and physiology of fishes explained. Edinburgh: C. Elliott, 1785. Folio, 50 plates on 44 sheets, several folding, contemporary half calf, small hole in blank margin of title, several folding plates with short split at fold, slightly spotted, worn, lacks part of spine, upper cover detached £300-400

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410 Morgagni, Giovanni Battista. De sedibus et causis morborum. Louvain: Typographia Academica, 1766-67. 4 volumes bound in 2, 4to, half-titles, contemporary calf, a little light spotting, worn, one cover detached; [Idem] Epistolae anatomicae duo degivinti. Venice: F. Pitter, 1740. 4to, volume 2 only, title dust-soiled, covers detached; [Idem] Adversaria anatomica omnia. Leiden: J.A. Langerak, 1723. 4to, engraved frontispiece portrait and 11 plates, half-title, title printed in red and black, contemporary calf, small dampstain in upper margin, some light spotting, worn, covers detached (4) £300-400 411 Morton, Richard Phthisiologia, or a treatise of consumptions. London: Sam. Smith, 1694. 8vo, [4] 360 [12], library stamps, modern half calf gilt, professionally conserved and washed, 18th century ink inscription to title, bookplate, reverse of Aa6 ink stained; [Idem] Phthisiologia, seu exercitationes... London: Samuel Smith, 1689. First edition, 8vo, library stamps, contemporary calf, worn, boards loose, lacking backstrip, heavily stained throughout, leaves loose; [Idem] Pyretologias, pars altera... London: Sam. Smith & Benj. Walford, 1694. 8vo, portrait frontispiece, [48] 511 [16], library stamps, contemporary calf, rebacked, replacement endpapers, later ink inscription to title (3) Note: Wing M2830; M2833. £400-600 412 Mullen, Allan An anatomical account of the elephant accidentally burnt in Dublin... London: Sam. Smith, 1682. 4to, 2 folding plates, lacking final 4pp. of adverts, modern calf backed cloth, modern endpapers, waterstaining to edges Note: Wing M3057. £400-600 413 Needham, Walter Disquisitio anatomica de formato foetu. Amsterdam: Petrum le Grand, 1668. 8vo, 7 folding plates, printer’s device to title, library stamps, modern half calf, contemporary ink marginalia £200-300 414 Nineteenth century medicine — Fyfe, Andrew A compendium of anatomy. Edinburgh, 1819. 4 volumes, 8vo, engraved plates, original boards, spotted, worn, one board detached; Blumenbach, J.F. A manual of comparative anatomy. London, 1827. Second edition, 8vo, engraved plates, original boards, slightly spotted, upper cover detached; Beaupré, M. A treatise on the effects and properties of cold. Edinburgh, 1826. 8vo, original boards, worn;

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Baillie, Matthew Lectures and observations on medicine. London, 1825. 8vo, original boards, slightly spotted, upper board detached; Bacot, John A treatise on syphilis. London, 1829. First edition, 8vo, cloth-backed boards, upper hinge broken; Carmichael, R. An essay on the effects of carbonate... upon cancer. Dublin, 1809. Second edition, 8vo, original boards, slightly dampstained, rubbed; Mayo, H. Anatomical and physiological commentaries. London, 1822-23. Numbers 1-2 only, folding lithographed plates, original wrappers, one wrapper detached; Simon, J. A physiological essay on the thymus gland. London, 1845. 4to, original cloth; Wright, Samuel Pathological researches on death from suffocation and from syncope. London, 1850. 4to, 3 lithographed plates, original cloth-backed boards, some spotting, slightly soiled; Abernethy, John Physiological lectures. 1825. 8vo, original boards, upper board detached; Brodie, B.C. Lectures illustrative of certain local nervous affections. 1837. 8vo, original cloth-backed boards, joints split; Hudson, A. Lectures on the study of fever. Dublin, 1867. 8vo, original cloth; Goodsir, J. Anatomical and pathological observations. Edinburgh, 1845. 8vo, presentation copy from the author, plates, original wrappers, wrappers detached; and 70 other 19th century English medical books, some rebound in cloth, some in poor condition (87) £400-600 415 Nuck, Antoinus Adenographia curiosa et uteri foeminei anatome nova... Leiden: J. Luchtmans, 1692. 8vo, engraved title, 9 folding plates, library stamps, near contemporary vellum, later labels, soiled, some plates torn £200-300 416 Nuck, Antonius Adenographia curiosa et uteri foeminei anatome nova... Leiden: J. Luchtmans, 1692. 8vo, engraved title, 9 folding plates, library stamps, modern calf gilt, browning and foxing to plates; [Idem] De ductu salivali novo, saliva... Leiden: Petrum Vander, 1686. 12mo, engraved title, 3 folding plates, contemporary vellum, soiled, engraved title chipped at outer edge, lacking front free endpaper, foxing; and another disbound volume (3) £250-350 417 Nuck, Antonius Sialographia et ductuum aquosorum anatome nova... Leiden: J. Luchtmans, 1695. 8vo, engraved title, 5 folding plates [bound with] Adenographia curiosa et uteri foeminei anatome nova... Leiden: J. Luchtmans, 1691. 8vo, engraved titles, 9 folding plates [bound with] Operationes & experimenta chirurgica. Leiden: C. Boutesteyn, 1692. 8vo, engraved title, 3 engraved plates, contemporary blindstamped vellum, soiled, contemporary ink inscription to endpaper, library stamps throughout, foxing at edges Note: Wellcome IV p.250. £300-500


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418 Paaw, Petrus Succenturiatus anatomicus... Leiden: J. a Colster, 1616. 4to, 2 parts in one volume, [24], 270; [2], 128, title in red and black, portrait, 3 folding plates, engraved illustrations in text, library stamps, ink marginalia, contemporary vellum, later labels [removed], plate of anatomical theatre torn [no loss], contemporary ink inscription on front endpaper Note: Wellcome Library 14297065.

419 Paracelsus, Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Chirurgia magna... [pr. Basel: P. Perna], 1573. Folio, 3 parts in one volume, )(6 A-S6 T4 V6 X8; Aa-Zz6 aaa6; Aaa-Yyy6 Zzz3, lacking Zzz4 blank, library stamps,waterstaining and foxing throughout, later calf, worn, boards loose Note: Adams P267. Provenance: Clement Archer, bookplate. £500-700

First edition of Paaw’s commentary on the books of Hippocrates and Celsus on wounds of the head. The first folding plate, engraved by Andries Jacobsz Stock after Jacob de Gheyn, depicts Paaw giving an anatomy lesson in the anatomical theatre at Leiden. £800-1,200

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420 Pare, Ambroise The work of that famous chirurgeon... London: printed by Mary Clark, 1678. Third English edition, folio, 2 parts in one volume, [20], 713, [4], 44, [15], translated by Thomas Johnson, title in red and black, woodcuts in text, 2 plates, library stamps to title, contemporary panelled calf, worn, boards becoming loose, replacement endpapers and inner hinge repairs, edges of title dustmarked, some foxing Note: Wing P351, Wellcome IV, p 295. ÂŁ800-1,200 See colour illustration on page 72

421 Pare, Ambroise The workes of that famous chirurgion... London: printed by Richard Cotes and William Dugard, 1649. Second English edition, folio, [22], 388, (389)-(398), 389-787, [13], 50, [2], pp.787 numbered 773, engraved title, 2 plates, woodcuts in text, extensive library stamps, contemporary calf, crudely rebacked, plates torn and trimmed, title and first signature loose, lacking front free endpaper, heavy foxing and soiling throughout, previous ink inscriptions to title Note: Wing P349, Wellcome IV p.349. Provenance: Dr. Robert Scott, bookplate. ÂŁ700-900

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422 Passerus, Joannes De caussis mortis in vulneribus... Bergamo: Cominus Ventura, 1590. 4to, a4 A-R4 a-b4, printer’s device on title, contemporary vellum, heavily discoloured, later morocco labels, library stamps, 18th century ink inscriptions to title, worming to rear free endpaper Note: Not in Adams or Wellcome. Copies in British Library and Oxford. £150-200 423 Paul of Aegina Opera a Joanne Guinterio Andernaco... Lyon: G. Rouillius, 1551. 8vo, a8 a-z8 A-Z8 Aa-Gg *-**8 +8 ++8, printer’s device on title, contemporary blindstamped calf, lacking most of clasps, rebacked, upper board loose, first few leaves loose, staining to page edges, late eighteenth century bookplate of Richard Wright M.D. [Wellcome 4869]; [Idem] Pauli Aeginetae... libri septem... Basel: Balthasar Lasius, 1538. 8vo, lacking several leaves from first signature [index], printer’s device to title and at end, woodcut headpieces and initials, library stamps, title trimmed at lower edge, 19th century calf gilt, later labels, slight staining to title and some lower margins (2) £200-300 424 Paul of Aegina Opus divinum, quo vir ille rastissimum totius artis oceanum.... Basel: [Cratandrum & Bebelium], 1532. Folio, α4, β6 a-z6 A-V6, printer’s device on title and colophon, library stamps, title loose; [bound with] [Idem] De chirurgia liber, inter caeteros eiusdem autoris medicae artis... Basel: Bebelium, 1533. Folio, a-f6, printer’s device to title and colophon, calf, worn, rebacked Note: Adams P491, P492. £600-800 425 Paul of Aegina Opus de re medica... Colongne: Joannes Soter, 1534. Folio, Aa6 Bb-Dd4 Ee6, a-b6 c8 d-p6 q8 r-y6 A-F6 G4 H-V6, printer’s device to title and colophon, library stamps, leaf V6 extensively repaired [whole lower half], some light edge repairs to title, later panelled calf, rebacked and repaired, modern endpapers Note: Adams P494. £250-350 426 Pennant, Thomas British zoology. London: B. White. 1776-77. 4 volumes, 4to, numerous engraved plates, some spotting; [Idem] A tour in Wales. London: H. Hughes, 1778. 4to, engraved title and plates; [Idem] Indian Zoology. London: H. Hughs, 1790. 4to, engraved title and plates, dampstained throughout, contemporary calf, worn, several boards detached (6) £200-250

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427 Perret, Jean-Jacques L’art du coutelier. Paris, 1771. Folio, [iv], 239, part 1 [of 4] comprising 72 engraved plates, contemporary calf, worn, covers detached, textblock split £150-200 428 Peyer, Johann Konrad Merycologia sive de ruminantibus et ruminatione commentarius. Basel: J. L. Koenig & J. Brandmyller, 1685. First edition, 4to, [8], 288 p., [18] l. (last blank), title printed in red and black, 6 folding engraved plates, library stamp to title only, contemporary calf, some spotting, title slightly dust-soiled, new calf retaining original calf sides Note: Wellcome Online 14302841 £200-300

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429 Philadelphia — Rush, Benjamin Medical inquiries and observations. Philadelphia: J. Conrad, 1805. Second edition, 8vo, modern brown cloth, some spotting and discoloration £150-200 430 Philosophical Transactions Volumes 47, 1753; 48 part 1, 1754; 68 part 1, 1779; 81 part 1, 1791; and 1797, part 1; 1800, part 1; 4to, engraved plates, many folding, contemporary calf or half calf, some spotting, dampstaining and occasional soiling, worn, several covers detached £150-200 431 Piccolomini, Arcangelo Anatomicae praelectiones. Rome: Bartolommeo Bonfadini, 1586. Folio, *6 A-Y6 Z8 Aa-Ll6 Mm8, woodcut portrait on title, printer’s device on colophon, woodcuts in text, near contemporary calf, worn, boards loose, first few and last few leaves loose, waterstaining Note: Adams P1120, Wellcome I 5007. £300-500 432 Place, Francis Illustrations and proofs of the principle of population. London: Longman, 1822. 8vo, two adhesions to title, some spotting, dampstaining to upper and lower margins, old calf, spine worn with loss, joints split £500-800 433 Playfair, John Illustrations of the Huttonian theory of the earth. Edinburgh: Cadell and Davies, 1802. First edition, 8vo, xx, 528, contemporary half calf, two stamps and inscription to title, some spotting, worn, cover detached £300-500 434 Plemp, Vopiscus Fortunatus Fundamenta medicinae. Louvain: H. Nemp, 1654. Folio, iv, 388; title printed in red and black; [Idem] Ophthalmographia sive tractatio de oculo. Louvain: H. Nemp, 1659. Third edition, folio, iv, 299; 8; 2 works in one volume, contemporary Dutch blindstamped vellum, joints splitting, a few leaves lightly spotted, head of spine slightly chipped £200-300

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435 Quintilianus, Marcus Fabius Oratoriarum libri duodecim. Lyon: S. Gryphius, 1549. 8vo, a-z8 A-Z8 aa-bb8, printer’s device to title, library stamps, ink inscriptions to title, waterstaining to edges; [bound with] [Idem] Declamationes... Lyon: S. Gryphius, 1549. 8vo, a-q8 r7, lacking blank r8, printer’s device on title, waterstain to upper edge, later calf gilt, boards loose, backstrip cracked and split Note: Not in Adams or Wellcome. £200-300 436 Ray, John Historia plantarum. London: S. Smith & B. Walford, 1693. Volume 1 and 2, folio, titles printed in red and black, contemporary calf, worn, a little light worming to lower margin of volume 2, volume 2 lacks spine Note: Wing R395. A third volume was published in 1704. £200-250 437 Ray, John Synopsis methodica stirpium Britannicarum. London, 1690. First edition, 8vo, xxiv, 317, 3; 2 engraved plates, later half calf, [Wing R406], marginal scoring, dampstained; [Idem] another copy. London: S. Smith & B. Walford, 1696. Second edition, 8vo, [Wing R407], title soiled and frayed with slight loss, lacking upper cover; [Idem] Travels through the low countries. London: J. Walthoe, 1738. Second edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, 3 engraved plates, contemporary calf, lacking covers, upper margin of titles excised and renewed; [Idem] Synopsis methodica avium & piscium. London, 1713. 8vo, contemporary calf, lacking the 4 plates, scorching to lower corner of first few leaves, covers detached; [Idem] Three physico-theological discourses. London: W. Innys, 1713. Third edition, 8vo, engraved frontispiece and 3 plates, contemporary calf, spotted, worn, covers detached (6) £200-300 438 Repertory of Arts and Manufactures London: J. Nichols, 1794-1802. 8vo, volumes 1-2,4, & 6-16, engraved plates, many folding, contemporary calf, some spotting, slight dampstaining in volume 6, worn, some boards detached, one board lacking; and 1 volume from Second Series (15) £200-250 439 Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris Translated and abridged by John Martyn. London: J. & P. Knapton, 1742. 5 volumes, 8vo, 45 engraved plates, most folding, contemporary calf, some spotting, worn, textblock of two volumes split (5) £200-300


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440 Ruysch, Frederik Opera omnia anatomico-medico-chirurgica. Amsterdam: J. Waesberg, 1737-44. 2 volumes, 4to, engraved frontispiece, portrait & 132 engraved plates, some by C. Huyberts, some folding, engravings in text, contemporary half calf, covers detached, one plate torn without loss, a few leaves spotted or slightly browned Note:The two volumes contain 42 separate works, together with two indexes, each having a special title page and separate pagination, and with dates varying from 1724 to 1741. £800-1,200 See additional frontispiece illustration on page 56 441 Ruysch, Frederik Epistola problematica... Amsterdam: J. Wolters, 1696-1714. 4to, 13 parts in one volume, 19 engraved plates [majority folding], library stamps, foxing, contemporary calf, worn, boards loose; and another edition in poor condition £150-200

442 Ruysch, Frederik Operum anatomico-medico-chirurgicorum index locupletissimus. Amsterdam: J. Waesberg, 1725. 4to, 6 parts in one volume, 2 engraved plates, half vellum, some spotting, binding dust-soiled Note: Wellcome Online 14311586. £150-200 443 Santorini, Giovanni Domenico Observationes anatomicae. Venice: J.B . Recurti, 1724. First edition, 4to, half-title, 2 (of 3) engraved plates, contemporary half roan, vellum corners, lacks plate 1, some spotting, rubbed, plate 2 just trimmed £200-250

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446 Senac, Jean Baptiste Traité de la structure du coeur. Paris: Briasson, 1749. First edition, 2 volumes, 4to, 17 folding engraved plates, errata leaf in volume 2, contemporary calf, some spotting, lacking portrait, rubbed, library stamp to titles, plates clean Note: Wellcome Online 10980855. £300-400 447 Sibbald, Sir Robert Scotia illustrata, sive prodromus historiae naturalis. Edinburgh: J. Kniblo, et al, 1684. First edition, folio, 4 parts in one volume, armorial frontispiece, 22 plates, contemporary panelled calf, worn, boards loose, backstrip perished, dustmarking throughout Note: Wing S3727. £250-350 448 Smellie, William A sett of anatomical tables, with explanations, and an abridgment of the practice of midwifery. London, 1754. First edition, large folio, 38 (of 39) engraved plates (lacking plate 4), each plate with accompanying leaf of text, 39th leaf laid down (not affecting text), contemporary calf, some light soiling and spotting, worn, cover detached, 7cm tear to one plate without loss Note: Wellcome Online 13526824. £500-700

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444 Saxonia, Hercules Luis venereae perfectissimus tractatus... Padua: Laurentius Pasquatus, 1597. 4to, +4 ++4 A-M4 [*1], additional unsigned errata leaf at rear, woodcuts, library stamps, near contemporary ink inscription to title, washed, later boards Note: Adams S535, Wellcome I 5798. £200-300 445 Schroeder, Johann Karl von Zoologia [Greek], or the history of animals as they are useful in physick and chirurgery. London: R. Royston, 1659. First English edition, translated by T. Bateson, 8vo, viii [including blank leaf A1-2], 159, 8; contemporary calf, some spotting, upper margin slightly dampstained Note: Wing S899 £300-400

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449 Soemmerring, Detmar Wilhelm De oculorum hominis animaliumque sectione horizontali commentatio. Goettinghen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1818. Folio, 4 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, somewhat spotted, covers detached, blindstamp to several leaves £150-250 450 Solenander, Reiner Consiliorum medicinalium sectiones quinque. Frankfurt: Andreas Wechel, 1596. Folio, )(4 )()(4 A-Z6 Aa-Tt6 )(6 Vu6 Xx8, lacking )(3 & )(4 library stamps, staining, hole through first two signatures with text loss, boards, vellum removed from boards, boards loose, endpapers loose Note: Adams S1386. £100-200 451 Sonnini, C.S. Travels in upper and lower Egypt. London, 1800. 4to, folding map, plates, spotted, dampstained and browned, lacking lower cover; [Idem] Travels in Greece and Turkey. London: T.N. Longman, 1801. 4to, contemporary half calf, lacking maps and plates, spotted, lacks spine, covers detached; Kinneir, J.M. A geographical memoir of the Persian empire. London: J. Murray, 1813. 4to, original boards, lacking the 2 maps, spotted and soiled, marginal browning, worn, lacking spine, covers detached (3) £200-250 452 Spallanzani, Lazarro, Abbé Experiments upon the circulation of the blood. London: J. Ridgway, 1801. 8vo, contemporary half calf, some spotting, upper cover detached; [Idem] Dissertations relative to the natural history of animals and vegetables. London: J. Murray, 1784. 2 volumes, 8vo, 3 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, some spotting, marginal dampstaining in vol. 2, three covers detached; [Idem] Memoirs on respiration, edited by John Senebier, half-title, contemporary half calf, upper board detached; [Idem] Nouvelles recherches sur les découvertes microscopiques. London & Paris: Lacombe, 1769. 2 volumes in one, 8vo, 9 engraved plates, several folding, errata leaves, contemporary calf, some dampstaining and spotting, rubbed; and Spallanzani’s Travels in the Two Sicilies (9) £250-350 453 Sparrman, Anders A voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, towards the Antarctic Polar Circle and round the world. London: G.G.J. & J. Robinson, 1786. Second edition, 2 volumes, 4to, folding map & 10 plates, contemporary half calf, one plate cut round and mounted, blank corner of volume 1 title torn away, somewhat spotted, worn, lacking spines, covers detached £200-300

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454 Spigelius, Adrianus Opera quae extant omnia. Amsterdam: J. Blaeu, 1645. Folio, [xx], engraved title, and 116 (of 117) engraved plates, later calf, lacking portrait, some spotting and soiling, slight dampstaining to some upper margins and lower corners, textblock split in 2, very worn, wormhole though fore margin of volume 1, covers detached, library stamps to title and dedication Note: Wellcome Online 4842504 Provenance: A. Jacob, T. Cleghorn 1791, inscriptions, RCSI, stamps. £1,500-2,500 455 Stalpart van der Wiel, Cornelis Observationum rariorum med. anatomic. chururgicarum. Leiden: J. A Kerkhem, 1727. 2 volumes, 12mo, 2 additional engraved titles, portrait, & 25 engraved plates, contemporary calf, worn, covers detached £150-200

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456 Staunton, George An authentic account of an embassy... to the Emperor of China. London: G. Nicol, 1797. 2 volumes, 4to, engraved frontispieces, one torn and frayed, contemporary calf, titles very soiled, some spotting, worn, covers detached, one board lacking, lacking the plate volume £150-250 457 Stephanus, Henricus [Estienne, Henri] Medicae artis principes, post Hippocratem & Galenum.... [Geneva]: H. Estienne, 1567. Folio, 5 parts in one volume, *4 a-z6 aa-mm6 AAA-ZZZ6 AAAa-FFFf6 AAAAa-ZZZZz6 AAAAaa-NNNNnn6 OOOOoo4 aaa-zzz8 aaaa-cccc8 dddd6 AAa-TTt6 α-ζ6, lacking signatures ε-ι6

[last 18 leaves], woodcuts, printer’s device on title, library stamp, previous ink signatures to title smeared, ink stains to edges, waterstains to lower edges, calf worn, boards loose; [Idem] Medicae artis principes, post Hippocratem & Galenum.... [Geneva]: H. Estienne, 1567. Folio, 3 parts in one volumes, *4 α-ι6 a-z6 aa-zz6 aaa-zzz8 aaaa-cccc8 dddd6, lacking at least last two leaves of signature dddd, library stamps, dustmarked, near contemporary calf, rebacked, repairs to pages including title (2) Note: Adams S1780 £300-400

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458 Swammerdam, Jan Histoire generale des insectes. Utrecht: Jean Ribbius, 1685. 4to, 13 folding plates, folding table, library stamps, modern half calf, rubbed, replacement endpapers, foxing £150-250 459 Swammerdam, John The book of nature, or, the history of insects. London: C.G. Seyffert, 1758. Folio, title printed in red and black, list of subscribers, 53 engraved plates, contemporary calf, slightly spotted, neatly recornered and rebacked retaining original spine £350-450 460 Swammerdam, John The book of nature, or the history of insects. London: C.G. Seyffert, 1758. Folio, list of subscribers, title printed in red and black, 53 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, somewhat spotted, title loose and lower margin slightly frayed, spine and covers detached £250-350


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461 Swieten, Geerard van, baron Commentaria in Hermanni Boerhaave aphorismos de cognoscendis et curandis morbis. Leiden: J. & H. Verbeek, 1745-64. volumes 1-4 (of 5), 4to, contemporary calf, two volumes neatly rebacked; Lieutaud, Joseph Historia anatomico-medica. Paris: Vincent, 1767. 2 volumes, 4to, contemporary calf, lightly spotted, worn, one cover detached; Tarin, Pierre Dictionnaire anatomique. Paris: Briasson, 1753. 4to, contemporary calf, slightly browned, worn, covers detached (7) £150-250 462 Tableau Encyclopédique Ichthylologie. Paris, 1788. 4to, plates, disbound, loss to last plate, some soiling; Olivier, G.A. Voyage dans l’empire Othoman. Paris, an 9. 6 volumes, 8vo, 6 (of 7) volumes, lacking atlas, cloth, worming to text; Bell, T. The anatomy, physiology and diseases of the teeth. 1829. 8vo, plates, cloth, stained; Peyrilhe, M. Histoire de la chirurgie. Paris, 1780. Volume 2 only, 4to, calf, worn, spotted, covers detached; Breschet, G. Répertoire général d’anatomie et de physiologie pathologiques. Paris, 1829. 4to, Parts 2, 4, 7-8, only, plates, wrappers, spotted and soiled, wrappers soiled and worn; Snell, J. Observations on the history, use and construction of obturateurs. London, 1828.

8vo, cloth; Blake, R. Essay on the structure and formation of teeth in man and various animals. Dublin, 1801. 8vo, modern quarter calf, soiled and stained, worn; Leonhard, C. Einleitung und verbereitung zur mineralogie. Frankfurt, 1817. Folio, plates, original wrappers, dampstained, browned and soiled, wrappers very worn and soiled; and others, miscellaneous, (quantity) £200-400 463 Tagaultius, Johannes De chirurgica institutione... Paris: C. Wechel, 1543. Folio, α-δ6 a-z6 A-F6 G8 H-L6 M8, woodcuts, printer’s device to title and colophon, library stamps, previous ink inscriptions to title and marginalia, extensive manuscript notes to last few leaves, upper edge stained and chipped [some text loss], title repaired; [bound with] Dantz, Johannes Tabulae simplicium medicamentorum. Basel: Henricus Petri, 1543. Folio, a6 b5 A-G6 H4 I3 Aa-Cc6 Dd4 Ee6, lacking blanks at b6 and I4 [Adams D126]; [bound with] [Idem] De simplicium medicamentorum... Basel, [1543]. Folio, AA-EE6 GG3 HH4, lacking GG4 [pp.79-80], waterstained throughout, bound together in 19th century half calf, worn, later labels, library stamps throughout Note: Main item not in Adams or Wellcome, in British Library. £700-900 See colour illustration on page 72

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465 Taurellus, Nicolaus Medicae praedictionis methodus. Frankfurt: Bernhard Jobinus, 1581. 4to, ):(4 ):( ):(4 A-Z4 Aa-Zz4 Aaa-Zzz4 Aaaa-Nnnn4, Nnnn4 and ):():(4 blanks, printer’s device colophon, library stamps, 17th century manuscript notes and marginalia, contemporary vellum, discoloured, later labels, title dustmarked Note: Adams T281 £250-350 466 Thomson, G. The anatomy of the human bones. 1734. 8vo, 15 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, worn, cover detached; Smellie, W. Thesaurus medicus. Edinburgh, 1778-85. 4 volumes, 8vo, folding engraved plates, contemporary quarter calf, some dampstaining, rubbed; [Anatomy] An essay on comparative anatomy. 1775. 8vo, contemporary calf, rubbed; Fothergill, J. A complete collection of the medical and philosophical works. 1782. 8vo, calf, textblock split, cover detached; Whyte, R. Observations on the nature, causes and cure of those disorders. Edinburgh, 1765. 8vo, contemporary calf, dampstained, upper cover detached; Wall, John Medical tracts. Oxford, 1780. 8vo, contemporary calf, worn, covers detached; Chamberlayne, J. The religious philosopher. 1719. 8vo, volume 2 only, folding plates, contemporary calf, worn, upper cover detached; Memoirs of the Medical Society. 1795. Volume 4 only, folding plates, calf, dampstained, upper cover detached; and Volume 2 on the Medical Museum, calf, textblock split, lacks title, worn (11) £200-300

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464 Taranta, Valescus de Epitome operis perquam utilis morbis curandis.... Lyon: J. Tornaesius & G. Gazeius, 1560. 8vo, 2 parts in one volume, a-z8 A-V8 Aa-Ee8, bookplates, ink marginalia and underlining, some leaves loose; [bound with] Bruele, Walther Praxis medicinae... Lyon, 1589. 8vo, *8 A-Z8 a-d8, blank d8, ink underlining throughout, waterstaining, bound in 19th century half calf, rubbed and cracking Note: Adams T132; B2907. Provenance: Charles Palmer, bookplate. £200-300

467 Tolet, François Traité de la lithotomie. The Hague: C. Beek, 1686. 12mo, [xiv], 15-172, [vi], engraved title and 18 engraved plates, contemporary sheep, spine split, some marginal browning or dampstaining, upper board loose Note: Wellcome Online 14304765 £150-250 468 Tournefort, Joseph Pitton de Institutiones rei herbariae. [Paris, 1700 or Lyons, 1719]. Volumes 2 and 3 only (of 3), 4to, engraved titles, numerous engraved plates, contemporary calf, titles slightly spotted, worn, upper boards detached; Perrault, Claude The natural history of animals. London: R. Smith, 1702. Folio, 35 engraved plates, contemporary calf, lacks engraved title, title frayed and soiled, a few short tears, boards detached and worn; Thornton, R.J. A new family herbal. London: R. Phillips, 1810. 8vo, wood-engravings by Thomas Bewick, later half calf, uncut, preliminaries stained, slightly rubbed (4) £200-250

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471 Turner, Daniel A discourse concerning gleets. London: J. Clarke, 1729. 8vo, contemporary calf, somewhat spotted, upper cover detached £100-150 472 Tyson, Edward Orang-outang, sive homo sylvestris, or the anatomy of a pygmie... London: for Thomas Bennet, 1699. First edition, 4to, 2 parts in one volume, [10] blank [4] 108; [2] 58, [bound with] The anatomy of a pygmy... London: for T. Osborne, 1751. Second edition, 4to, [2] 78, 16 folding plates [8 part of second edition, other 8 bound at rear], library stamps to title, later calf, rubbed at edges, later endpapers, foxing Note: First item, Wing T3598 First edition of the Tyson’s ground breaking work on comparative morphology. An anatomical study of the orang-outang (actually a young chimpanzee) was the first to demonstrate scientifically the structural relationships between man and anthropoid ape. £1,500-2,000

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469 Trembley, Abraham Memoires pour servir a l’histoire d’un genre de polypes d’eau douce. Paris: Durand, 1744. 2 volumes, 12mo, 20 folding engraved plates, half-titles, contemporary calf, slightly spotted, rubbed, joints splitting £200-300 470 Turner, Capt. Samuel An account of an embassy to the court of the Teshoo Lama, in Tibet. London: W. Bulmer, 1800. First edition, 4to, 13 engraved plates, map trimmed to neatline and attached to inside of lower board, contemporary calf, some spotting and browning, worn, covers loose; Browne, W.G. Travels in Africa, Egypt and Syria, from the year 1792 to 1798. London: T. Cadell, 1799. 4to, frontispiece, 2 folding maps, and 1 plate, hole from erased inscription at head of title, some spotting, lacking boards; Forster, J.R. History of the voyages and discoveries made in the North. London, 1786. 4to, contemporary calf, worn, spotting, worn, boards detached, lacking the maps (3) £200-300

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473 Uffenbach, Peter Thesaurus chirurgiae... Frankfurt: N. Hoffman, 1610. Folio, [12] 1164 [28], printer’s device on title, woodcuts in text, portrait, soiled and browned throughout, worming to lower margin, library stamps, previous ink inscripition scored through on title, later half calf, worn, hinges splitting £250-350 474 Valsalva, Antonio Maria De aure humana tractatus. Utrecht: W. van de Water, 1707. 4to [12], 143, [12], 10 folding engraved plates, contemporary vellum, a little light spotting Note: Wellcome Online 5156628 £400-600

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475 Veiga, Thomas Rodericus Tomus primus commentariorum in C. Galeni opera. Antwerp: Christopher Plantin, 1564. Folio, 2 parts in one volume, A-Y6 Z4 A-Z6 Aa-Dd Ee7 *6 **3 lacking Ee8 & **4 blank, printer’s device on title, part two with elaborate woodcut title, library stamps, contemporary ink marginalia, foxing and waterstaining throughout, some worming to margin of signature B, 19th century half calf, rubbed, later labels, inner hinges strengthened Note: Adams V349 £200-300

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476 Vesalius, Andreas Opera omnia anatomica & chirurgica. Edited by Hermann Boerhaave and Bernhard Siegfried Albinus. Leiden: Johannes du Vivie, Johannes & Herman Verbeek, 1725. Folio,[x], 577-1156, [52]; volume 2 only, title-page vignette, title-page printed in red and black, contemporary panelled calf, some spotting and browning, worn, upper board detached £300-500 477 Vesling, Johann Syntagma anatomicum commentario atque appendice... editio secunda. Amsterdam: J. Jansson a Waesberge & E. Weyerstraet, 1666. 4to, [24], 558, [9] l (last blank), engraved title & 52 engraved plates, (3 of which are cancels pasted over other engravings), contemporary vellum, lacking portrait, engraved title cut close at head Note: Wellcome Online 14326100. £250-350 478 Wharton, Thomas Adenographia sive glandularum totius corporis descriptio. Amsterdam: J. Ravesrein, 1659. 12mo, [24], 261; title device, 4 engraved plates [2 from same plate, cut close], contemporary calf, slightly dampstained, rubbed, cover detached Note: Wellcome Online 8521014 £150-200 479 Whytt, Robert The works of Robert Whytt, late physician to His Majesty, President of the Royal College of Physicians. Edinburgh: T. Becket & P.A. de Hondt, 1768. First edition, 4to, 1 engraved plate, contemporary calf, short tear and slight soiling to upper corner of first few leaves, some spotting, rubbed, joints splitting £250-300 480 Winslow, Jacques Benigne The uncertainty of the signs of death. London: M. Cooper, 1746. 12mo, 6 plates, contemporary calf, 2nd plate torn with loss, two other plates with slight marginal loss, some soiling, upper board detached £100-150

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481 Wolff, Hans Kaspar Gynaeciorum, hoc est, de mulierum tum aliis, tum gravidarum... Basel: Thomas Guarinus, 1566. 4to, -β4 γ2 a-z4 A-Z4 Aa-Ll4, printer’s device on title and end, library stamps, first three signatures loose; [bound with] Moschion De morbis mulieribus. Basel: Thomas Guarinus, 1566. 4to, *4 A-Ω4, printer’s device on title, inner hinges weak, waterstaining to inner hinge and outer lower corners, later calf gilt, rubbed at edges Note: Adams W243; M1837. cf. Haskell F. Norman Lot 231. First edition of the “first encyclopedia of gynaecology, originally conceived by Conrad Gesner. Wolff expanded Gesner’s material and published it a year after his death. Bound with Moschion text on midwifery, the earliest text specifically for midwives, based on the teachings of his mentor Soranus (Haskell F. Norman, 1998) £800-1,200 END OF SALE

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Books from The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Academia, 267 Acosta, J. de, 268 Aelianus, T., 131 Albinus, B.S., 269, 270, 272, 273 Aldin, C., 210 Alexander, of Tralles, 346 Allen, R.A., 56 Alpinus, P., 275 Altimarus, D.A., 276 Amery, L.S., 185 Arantius, J., 334 Architecture, 2 Arculanus, J., 277 Argenterio, G., 360 Armstrong, M.J., 21 Art Reference, 4 Audsley, G.A., 5 Audsley, W. & G., 6 Audubon, J.J., 123 Augenius, H., 278 Australia, 91 Ayrshire, 249 Babbage, C., 279 Bacchettoni, H.L., 280 Bacot, J., 414 Baglivius, G., 384 Baillie, M., 414 Baker, H., 281 Banister, J., 282 Barrough, P., 282 Bartholinus, T., 284, 285 Bauhinus, C., 286 Beattie, W., 177 Beaupre, M., 414 Beddevole, D., 288 Bedford, W.K.R., 38 Belgium, 93 Bell, B., 289 Bell, T., 462 Benedictus, A., 290 Beresford, J.D., 68 Bernier, J., 291 Bertin, E.J., 292 Berwick, 118 Bey, A., 293 Bidloo, G., 294 Billings, R.W., 7, 135 Bindings, 107 Bindoni, G., 278 Blaes, G., 295, 296 Blaeu, J., 22, 24 Blaine, D.P., 297 Blair, P., 298 Blanchard, S., 299 Blumenbach, J.F., 414

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Boerhaave, H., 384 Bonet, T., 301, 302 Bonham, T., 288 Borelli, G.A., 303, 304 Bory de Saint-Vincent, J.B.G.M., 305 Boswell, J., 139 Botalli, L., 306 Boyle, E.V., 212 Brewster, D., 92, 110 Briggs, W., 308 British Heraldry, 39 Bromfield, W., 309 Bronsted, P.O., 8 Bronte, C., 141 Browne, J., 310 Bruele, W., 464 Buchan, W., 142 Burke, J., 40 Burke, J.B., 44 Burke, Sir B., 40 Burton, Sir R.F., 71 Byron, G.G.N., 181

Detmold, E., 214 Dewar, G.A.B., 176 Dickens, C., 149 Diemerbroeck, I., 326 Digby, Sir K., 288 Diodorus, S., 327 Douglas, R., 132, 133 Dover, T., 356 Downe, Rev. J., 199 Drake, E.C., 255 Du Verney, G.J., 328, 329 Dulac, E., 213, 216

Camden, W., 25 Cardano, G., 313 Carlyle, T., 92, 94 Carus, C.G., 316 Chalmers, G., 143 Chauliac, G. de, 315 Chernyshev, N.M., 10 Cheston, R.B., 316 Churchill, Sir W., 250 Cleghorn, G., 309 Clerk of Eldin, J., 251 Coleridge, S.T., 95 Collins, A., 42 Collins, S., 317 Colombo, R., 318 Connor, B., 321 Cowper, W., 146 Coxe, W., 165 Coyttar, J., 319 Criag-Brown, T., 253 Cricket, 246 Crooke, H., 320 Culley, G., 132 Culpeper, N., 321 Curle, J., 172

Fabri, J., 337 Fabricius ab Aquapendente, H., 338 Fabricius von Hilden, W., 339 Falloppius, G., 340, 341 Fielding, H., 136 Fishing, 247 Fitzgerald, E., 216 Forberg, F., 114 Forrest, W., 26 Fortescue, J.W., 154 Fox-Davis, A.C., 44 Francastoro, G., 342 Franklin, J., 343 Franklin, Sir J., 106 Freytag, G., 92 Froissart, J., 56A Fuchs, L., 346 Fyfe, A., 414

D'Aflitto, M., 87 Dalrymple, D., 177 Daniel, G., 322 Daudet, Ernest, 34 Dekkers, F., 323, 324 Descartes, R., 325

Edmonds, J.E., 150 Edmonston, A., 330 Edward VIII, 151 Edwards, L., 188 Elegant extracts, 69 Erastus, T., 334 Estienne, H., 457 Ettmuller, M., 335 Eustace, J.C., 153 Eustachius, B., 336, 384

Gaddesden, J., 347 Galenus, C., 348 Gall, J., 204 Gandi, M., 19 Garengeot, R.J.C. de, 344 Gazzadi, D., 125 Gibbon, E., 156 Glasse, H., 144 Gleichen, W.F. von, 350 Glisson, F., 351 Godwin, E.W., 2 Goedaert, J., 352

Goodall, C., 353 Gorris, J. de, 354 Gough, H., 176 Goulard, T., 266 Grant, C., 355 Gray, A., 12 Great Exhibition, 237 Gregory, J., 356 Grevin, J., 357 Grew, N., 358 Grose, F., 359 Guidi, G., 360 Guillim, J., 45 Hall, R., 191 Haller, A. von, 361 Havers, C., 362 Hawkesworth, J., 157 Hay, D., 56B Headrick, J., 330 Heath, W., 56C Heber, R., 129 Heide, A. de, 363 Heister, L., 364-366 Hemsterhuis, S., 367 Hewson, W., 368 Hill, R., 93 Hippocrates, 369-371 Hobbes, T., 372 Hogarth, W., 13 Home, E., 373, 379 Hooper, G.S., 376 Humboldt, A. von, 374 Hurlock, J., 375 Indenture, 98 Indian Art, 14 Iona Press, 217-221 James, M.R., 99 Jenkins, R., 43 Johnson, S., 160 Jonstonus, J., 377 Joubert, L., 378 Journals, 49 Kahn, J., 379 Karsten, D.L.G., 380 Kennedy, J., 349 Kent, N., 161 Kerr, R., 118 Kipling, R., 162 Kircher, A., 127 Knox, J., 163 La Fontaine, Jean de, 164


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La PĂŠrouse, Comte de, 259 Laing, H., 50 Lamb, P., 145 Landor, W.S., 100 Lauder, Sir H., 101 Lawrence, T.E., 57-62 Le Clerc, D., 331, 385 Lecluse, C. de, 386 Lemery, N., 387 Leonicenus, N., 388 Linnaeus, C., 389 Lisiansky, U., 390 Lislie, J., 222 Lister, M., 391 Loch Carron, 207 Loch, J., 63 Lockhart, J.G., 181 Lower, R., 392 Luc, J.A. de, 393 Lumisden, A., 159 Lyndsay, Sir D., 51 Lyon, G.F., 394 Macaulay, T.B., 137 Macculloch, J., 395 Macgibbon, D., 52 Mack, J.L., 191 Mackenzie, T., 223, 224 Mackenzie,C., 102 Macleod, Rev. W.R., 91 Maitland, W., 256 Mandeville, B. de, 397 Manning, H., 397 Marardus, J., 396 Marcais, G., 210 Marmol Carvajal, L. de, 398 Marsden, W., 399 Marshall, W., 148 Martelloti, F., 36 Marten, B., 397 Martyn, J., 266 Maurice, F., 186 Mauriceau, F., 400 Maxwell, H., 192 McAlpine, Sir R., 102 McBryde, J., 99 McGill, D., 242 Mead, R., 401 Mesue, J., 405 Mid-Lothian, 120 Millais, J.G., 188 Miller, P., 155 Milne, A.A., 78 Milner Family, 103 Moffett, T., 408 Moliere, J.B.P., 169

Monro, A., 409 Montaigne, M. de, 138 Moore, J., 165 Morgagni, G.B., 410 Morison, A., 161 Morris, W., 79 Morton, J., 191 Morton, R., 411 Moseley, G., 381 Mozart, L., 115 Muirhead, G., 65, 134 Mullen, A., 412 Munster, S., 28 Nares, Capt. G.S., 262 Needham, W., 413 Nicholson, W., 225-228 Nielsen, K., 229-233 Nonesuch Press, 234 Nuck, A., 416, 417 Paaw, P., 418 Paper Games, 117 Paracelsus, 419 Pare, A., 420, 421 Passerus, J., 422 Paton, J., 51 Paul of Aegina, 423, 425 Paul, J.B., 178 Penguin Specials, 116 Pennant, T., 175, 426 Perret, J.J., 427 Peyer, J.K., 428 Pithou, F., 87 Place, F., 432 Playfair, J., 433 Plemp, V.F., 434 Plutarch, 37 Polar Exploration, 20 Pontifex, W., 15 Pope, A., 107 Presbyterian Church, 201 Pryce-Tannatt, T.E., 247 Psalter, 202, 203 Quintilianus, M.F., 435 Ransome, A., 223 Ray, J., 436, 437 Renfrewshire, 121 Repington, C. a C., 176 Roberts, W.H., 142 Robertson, G., 120 Ross, J., 188 Ross, T., 52 Rowling, J.K., 81, 82, 84

Roy, W., 30 Rundt, C.L., 174 Rush, B., 429 Ruskin, J., 16 Rutherglen, 249 Ruttledge, H., 162 Ruysch, F., 440, 442 Sackville, Lady M., 105 Sale, G., 200 Santorini, G.D., 443 Schinkel, F., 2 Schroeder, J.K. von, 445 Scotland, 31, 66, 263 Scott, Capt. R., 264 Scott, W., 179-181 Sellar, T., 63 Senac, J.B., 446 Seton, Sir B., 168 Shakespeare, W., 182, 238 Shaw, G.B., 19 Sibbald, Sir R., 447 Simmons, S.F., 402 Sinclair, J., 330 Slezer, J., 32 Smellie, W., 448, 466 Smith, A., 184 Soemmerring, D.W., 449 Solenander, R., 450 Sonnini, C.S., 451 Southey, R., 187 Spallanzani, L., 452 Sparrman, A., 453 Speechly, W., 349 Spigelius, A., 454 Stalpart van der Wiel, C., 455 Staunton, G., 456 Steed, J., 190 Stephens, J., 224 Stevenson, D., 67 Stobie, J., 29 Swammerdam, J., 459, 460 Swan, J., 379 Sweet, B., 93 Swieten, G.L.B. van, 461 Swift, J., 136 Swinburne, A.C., 240

Tolet, F., 467 Tournefort, J.P. de, 468 Trallianus, A., 274 Trembley, A., 469 Trollope, A., 193 Turner, D., 471 Turner, S., 470 Twedell, J., 177 Tyson, E., 472 Uffenbach, P., 473 Upton, F.K., 239 Ure, D., 249 Uslar, M. von, 307 Valsalva, A.M., 474 Veiga, T.A., 378 Vertot, l'abbĂŠ de, 138 Vesalius, A., 476 Vesling, J., 477 Victoria, Queen, 194, 195 Walpole, H., 136 Wharton, T., 478 White, G., 129 Whittow, B., 15 Whytt, R., 479 Willich, A.F.M., 161 Wilson, J., 121 Wilson, R.T., 152 Winslow, J.B., 480 Winsten, C., 19 Wolff, H.K., 481 Woodford, J., 55 Wraxall, N.W., 156 Wright, G.P., 205 Wycherley, W., 240

Talbor, Sir R., 321 Taranta, V. de, 464 Tennyson, A., 106 Thomson, G., 466 Thomson, H., 238 Thomson, J., 33 Thruston, M., 321 Tibet, 14

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Rare Books, Maps, Manuscripts & Photographs Wednesday 7th September, 2011 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh

The sale will include further books from The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Enquiries Simon Vickers Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 simon.vickers@lyonandturnbull.com

Alex Dove Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 alex.dove@lyonandturnbull.com

Selected entries invited until 22nd July

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Scottish Design from 1860 Wednesday 15th June, 2011 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh

CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH OAK WRITING DESK, 1909 ÂŁ10,000-15,000

Viewing times Sunday 12th June 2pm - 5pm Monday 13th June 10am - 5pm Tuesday 14th June 10am - 5pm Morning of Sale by appointment only

Enquiries John Mackie Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 john.mackie@lyonandturnbull.com Further entries invited until April 29th

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STANDARD TERMS & CONDITIONS OF SALE Lyon & Turnbull carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to, or in connection, with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) “Auctioneer” means the firm of Lyon & Turnbull or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which, at the date of the sale, had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Lyon & Turnbull accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising;

Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk (*) or dagger (†). Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant lots.

(1) Immediately a lot is sold you will:

9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.

(2) any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than four working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and other associated charges. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. (4) It is the buyer’s responsibility to ascertain collection procedures, particularly if the sale is not being held at our main saleroom and the potential storage charges for lots not collected by the appropriate time.

(h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

(1) If any lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on their behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies:

(b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid, which must be raised before the next lot is offered, shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (d) Once made, no bid may be withdrawn. (e) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. 3. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon. Antiques, Jewellery & Silver and Pictures (Not Fine Sales) 17.5%. All other sales (Fine/Special/Collections) 25% up to £25,000 / 20% thereafter. VAT will be charged on the premium at the rate imposed by law.

(2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on their behalf pursue these rights and remedies only as far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these Conditions

(a) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. We accept cash, bank transfer (details on request), Switch or Debit Cards and Visa or MasterCard (please note there is a surcharge of 1.5% (VAT included) when using credit cards). We do not accept American Express.

8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES

(a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid;

retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied.

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(a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) to rescind the sale of that lot and/or any other lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate of 1.5% per month above the current base rate on the total amount due, to the extent it remains unpaid for more than four working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to

10. COMMISSION BIDS While prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we shall if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer or our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and to you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims.

origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer or our employees or agents or the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”. (2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 16. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale.

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The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers.

17. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person.

13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the lot. 14. STANDARD VENDOR FEES AND CHARGES (Subject to VAT) (1) Commission: 15% of the first £3000 and 10% thereafter is charged on the selling price of each lot (subject to a minimum charge of £30). Loss and damage warranty: 1.5% on value of lots sold. Photography: max £40 mono per lot, max £250 colour. Internet Marketing Service: £10 per lot. (2) If a vendor wishes to withdraw a lot consigned for sale, a withdrawal fee will apply; this will be charged at 15% of the mid estimate with any photography charges incurred and all subject to VAT at the current rate. 15. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) While we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness,

18 (1) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 19. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 20. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items (Books, Jewellery, paintings, guns, firearms etc) in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary or guidance notes appearing in the catalogue. These notices and terms will also form part of our terms and conditions of sales. 21. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 22. Scottish law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.


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Furniture and larger items Constantine Constantine House North Caldeen Road Coatbridge North Lanarkshire ML5 4EF Tel: +44(0)1236 750055 Fax: +44(0)1236 750077 E-mail: enquiries@constantinemoving.com A Van Man Transport Unit 5, Benridge Park Holyrood Close, Creekmoor Poole, Dorset BH17 7BD Tel: +44 (0)1202 600 012 Fax: +44 (0)1202 600 206 Email: office@avmt.co.uk Fine Art Carriers Gallery Support Group 37 Cremer Street London E2 8HD Tel: +44 (0)20 7729 6692 Email: info@gallerysupportgroup.com

Arrangements for Sold Lots All bought items will be held free of charge at Broughton Place until the Friday following the sale. Thereafter lots will be removed to store in Edinburgh and a charge incurred. Administration fee: £20 + VAT Storage charges per lot per day are: Large Items £5 inc. insurance + VAT Small Items £2.50 inc. insurance + VAT Catering Refreshments will be available at the saleroom on view days and day of sale.

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