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Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps and Photographs Wednesday, 16th January, 2013 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh

Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps and Photographs including

Books from the Library of the Cruising Association and

Books from The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Part VI Wednesday, 16th January, 2013 at 10am Sale Number LT373 Viewing Sunday, 13th January 2pm - 5pm Monday, 14th Januaryt 10am - 5pm Tuesday, 15th January 10am - 5pm Morning of Sale from 9am Specialists Simon Vickers simon.vickers@lyonandturnbull.com Cathy Marsden cathy.marsden@lyonandturnbull.com

Catalogue: £10 BUYERS’ PREMIUM 25% up to £25,000 20% thereafter. †20% VAT chargeable on the lot itself *5% import VAT on the lot §Droit de Suite (artists’ resale rights) applies (see our Terms and Conditions of Sale and Information for Buyers).

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Buying at Auction This sale is subject to our standard Terms and Conditions of Sale. If you have not bought at auction before we will be delighted to advise you. Estimates Estimates are printed below each lot and do not include the buyer’s premium. The sale will be conducted in pounds sterling. Dimensions Dimensions are for guidance only; it is the buyer’s responsibility to ensure that they are correct. Buyer’s Premium The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon. 25% up to £25,000 / 20% thereafter. VAT will be charged on the premium at the rate imposed by law. (see our Terms and Conditions of Sale). VAT The symbol † by a lot number indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the standard rate on the hammer price. The symbol * by a lot number indicates that the lot has been temporarily imported from outside the EU and that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the rate of 5% on the hammer price. No VAT is payable on the hammer price or premium for books bought at auction. Droit de Suite This symbol § indicates works which may be subject to the Droit de Suite or Artist’s Resale Right, which took effect in the United Kingdom on 14th February 2006. We are required to collect a royalty payment for all qualifying works of art. Under new legislation which came into effect on 1st January 2012, this applies to living artists and artists who have died in the last 70 years. This royalty will be charged to the 2

buyer on the hammer price and in addition to the buyer’s premium. It will not apply to works where the hammer price is less than €1,000 (euros). The charge for works of art sold at and above €1,000 (euros) and below €50,000 (euros) is 4%. For items selling above €50,000 (euros), charges are calculated on a sliding scale. All royalty charges are paid to the appropriate collecting organisation and no handling costs or additional fees are retained by the auctioneer. Resale royalties are not subject to VAT. Please note that the royalty payment is calculated on the rate of exchange at the European Central Bank on the date of the sale. More information on Droit de Suite is available at www.dacs.org.uk Damage and Restoration Occasionally, when a lot has suffered extensive damage and/or restoration it is indicated in the catalogue. This is mentioned entirely at our discretion for the benefit of buyers. Where there is no mention of damage and/or restoration this should not be taken to mean that there is none. It is the buyer’s responsibility to ensure that the condition of lots is to their satisfaction (see our Terms and Conditions of Sale). Collation If on collation any NAMED item in this catalogue is proved 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. This, however, shall not apply in the case of unnamed items, periodicals, autographed letters, music M.M.S, maps or drawings NOR in respect of damage to bindings, stains, foxing, marginal worm holes or other defects not affecting the completeness of the text NOR in respect of Defects mentioned in the catalogue, or at

time of sale, NOR in respect of lots sold for less than £300.

bids but we offer this service entirely at the bidder’s risk.

Condition Reports If potential buyers are unable to inspect lots in person our specialists will be happy to prepare detailed Condition Reports on individual lots as quickly as possible. These are for guidance only and all lots are sold ‘as found’ (see our standard Terms and Conditions of Sale).

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Bidding At the Sale To bid at the sale all potential buyers must be registered with us on or before the day of sale. We will need proof of identification and residence, and may require a bank reference. Potential buyers must collect a bidding number before the sale begins, and show that number if successful in purchasing a lot. Please ensure that the auctioneer repeats the number correctly when confirming the sale. If there is any doubt at this stage as to the hammer price or buyer it must be brought to the auctioneer’s attention immediately. All lots will be invoiced to the name and address given on your registration form, which is non-transferable. If you have purchased a lot you may take your bidding number to the accounts department and receive an invoice immediately. If you have not been successful please leave the number at the Registration or Reception desks. In writing Bid forms are available at the sale and/or the back of the catalogue. These should be submitted in person, by post, or by fax as soon as possible prior to the sale and we will bid on your behalf up to the limit indicated. In the event of receiving two identical bids the first one received will take precedence. They must be received at the very latest at least an hour before the sale. We will do our utmost to execute these

Telephone bidding If you are unable to attend the sale we can normally arrange for you to bid on the telephone. This service is available entirely at our discretion and at the bidder’s risk. All telephone bids must be confirmed in writing, listing the relevant lots and appropriate number to be called. We recommend that a covering bid is also left in the event that we are unable to make the call. We cannot guarantee that lines will be available, or that we will be able to call you on the day, but will endeavour to undertake such bids to the best of our abilities. Methods of Payment Goods purchased will not be released until we have received full payment. Cash Cash payments can be made at the accounts desk during or after a sale. Cheque Cheques should be made payable to Lyon and Turnbull Ltd. We reserve the right to wait until cheques have been cleared by our bankers before releasing bought goods. Cheques can be cleared prior to sale on request. Cheques drawn by third parties cannot be accepted. If paying by post please include the slip from your invoice. Switch or Credit Cards Payment can be made by Switch, Mastercard or Visa cards. There is a 2% surcharge on credit card payments. Collection It is the buyer’s responsibility to ascertain collection procedures, particularly if the sale is not being held at our main saleroom.

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

Lots

1-36

BOOKS FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE CRUISING ASSOCIATION

37-55

ART & ARCHITECTURE

56-91

ATLASES, MAPS & PRINTS

92-127

CONTINENTAL BOOKS

128-173

HISTORY & MILITARY

174-205

LITERATURE

206-217

MANUSCRIPTS

218-300

MISCELLANEOUS

301-320

NATURAL HISTORY

321-330

PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION

331-344

PHOTOGRAPHY

345-353

PRIVATE PRESS & ILLUSTRATED

354-362

SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS

363-457

TRAVEL & TOPOGRAPHY

458-564

BOOKS FROM THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND: PART VI

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 it is returned within 21 days of the sale stating the defect in writing (see Important Information for Buyers). 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. 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).

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BOOKS FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE CRUISING ASSOCIATION

The Cruising Association (CA) was formed in 1908 following an advertisement in the Yachting Weekly:-

I am sure you will permit me to beg a little space in your valuable paper to ventilate a long-standing grievance among yachtsmen and to suggest a feasible remedy. I allude to the iniquitous overcharging so prevalent along our shores among the longshoremen of the land shark variety. What Corinthian yachtsman has not experienced the keenness of the teeth of these vultures! Their plausible yarns of having, at imminent risk to their precious lives, rescued a boat which according to their story, had broken adrift from her moorings or tripped her anchor, etc.., etc. Also the fabulous prices charged to strangers for moorings and, worst of all, for rowing them ashore or putting them on board again. I know of more than one place where the anchorage is but 50-70 yards from the shore, but the local blood-sucker will not put the unfortunate yachtsman ashore under 2 shillings, apart from putting him on board again. Surely it would be possible to form some Union as obtains in the cycle and motor world to compile a register of honest boatmen at the various ports who would, I feel sure, consent to work or supply moorings at a standard fee, in return for the advertisement which they would thus receive, and a most important benefit would thus be obtained at a very small cost. Claude Worth was a founder member and other early members included Cowper, of ‘Sailing Tours’, and Arthur Ransome. The aims of the organisation quickly grew to encompass all aspects of small yacht cruising. The growth of the library, as part of the service to members, followed. To this day the CA remains a campaigning organisation on behalf of the sailing community but the range of services has expanded far beyond the original vision. Many activities are now carried out via the CA website and its related App.

force behind the library for half a century. Much of the archive collection was put together by him personally and many other volumes were acquired as a result of Hanson’s rule (now no longer in force) that new members must donate a book on joining the organisation. Some six hundred of the finest and earliest volumes are now in the possession of Cambridge University Library where they are stored as the Hanson Collection of the Cruising Association. The CA Library and chart collection at Limehouse remains the UK’s most comprehensive reference library for the cruising yachtsman or yachtswoman. However, with new volumes being added to keep the collection relevent, limitations of space necessitate the release of some older books for sale to collectors. The CA is the UK’s leading organisation for cruising sailors, providing a global network of services, information, help and advice.

The CA’s inspired founding father, Herbert J Hanson, was the driving

1 FD326/18 Battleships and Naval history, a quantity, including Wilson, H.W. Ironclads in action. 1897. 2 volumes; [Idem] Battleships in action. c.1920. 2 volumes; Wheeler, H. War with the sea wolves. 1940; Crewelll, J. Naval warfare. 1936; Lewis, M. England’s sea-officers. 1939; Gibson, L. The riddle of Jutland. 1934; Sumrall, R.F. Sumner gearing class destroyers. 1995. 4to, dust-jacket; Richmond, H.W. The navy in the war of 1739-48. 3 volumes. Cambridge, 1920; Caird, Sir James The Caird collection of maritime antiquities. Limited to 250 copies, 4to, contemporary half calf; Rogers, H.C.B. Troopships and their history. 1963; Reed, E. & E. Simpson Modern ships of war. New York, 1888. Presentation copy from the author; Masefield, John The Conway.1933; most original cloth, most with Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper cover and/or bookplate and small oval blindstamp to title; and others similar; sold not subject to return (quantity) £200-300

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2 FD326/34 British and American naval history - Coggeshall, George A history of American privateers, and letters-of-marque. New York, 1856. 8vo, 8 tinted lithographed plates, blue half morocco gilt, t.e.g., slightly rubbed; Schomberg, Isaac The naval chronology. London, 1815. 5 volumes, 8vo, engraved frontispieces, tan half morocco gilt; [Royal Navy] The naval monitor... by an officer in the navy. London, 1815. 12mo, original boards, uncut, slightly rubbed; [Almon, John] Anecdotes of the life of the Right Hon. William Pitt, Earl of Chatham. London, 1810. Seventh edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf, neatly rebacked, spines gilt; Mundy, Major-General The life and correspondence of the late Admiral Lord Rodney. London, 1830. 2 volumes, 8vo, half calf, joints splitting; Grandpré, L.M.J. Voyage dans l’Inde et au Bengale fait dans les années 1789 et 1790. Paris, 1801. 2 volumes, 8vo, 4 (of 7) engraved plates, later cloth; Burroughs, Sir John The soveraignty of the British seas. London, 1739. 8vo, quarter cloth; with Cruising Association Library gilt stamp on upper covers, bookplates, and small oval blindstamp on titles; sold not subject to return (15) £250-350

LY O N & T U R N B U L L Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps and Photographs

3 FD326/13 Burton, Richard F. Ultima Thule, or a summer in Iceland. London: W.P. Nimmo, 1875. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, 2 folding maps, 8 lithographed plates, 5 full page wood-engravings, other illustrations, original cloth, very worn, Cruising Association Library stamp on covers and small blindstamp on titles £200-300 4 FD326/19 Darwin, Charles Geological observations on the volcanic islands and parts of South America visited during the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1876. Second edition, 8vo, 2 folding maps, 5 folding plates, upper hinge broken, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper cover, “C.A.” to spine, book label, and oval blindstamp to title, slight spotting, small tear to folding map without loss £200-250 5 FD326/20 Du Chaillu, Paul B. The land of the midnight sun. London: J. Murray, 1888. 2 volumes, 8vo, folding map in pocket, plates, illustrations, original cloth gilt, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper cover, bookplate and small oval blindstamp to titles £100-150

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6 FD326/16 Early nineteenth century Sea Ballads - 107 Broadsides on 67 sheets, including: Old England, God Bless Her. London: Sharp, printer; The Standard of England. London: T. Hodges, printer; The Minute Gun at Sea. London: T. Birt; Mary’s Lament. London: Pitts, printer; The Flaunting Flag of Liberty. Portey; Cottage by the Sea. London: Taylor’s Song Mart; The Seaman’s Life. London: Paul, printer; Success to the Blues [no printer]; The spirit of the storm. London: T. Birt; The Separation. London: Pitts, printer; Sailor’s Tear. London: J. Quick; Lay of the Lash. W.S. Fortey, printer; The Loss of One Hero. London: T. Birt; Meeting of the Waters. London: F. Hodges, printer; The true lovers or the King’s Command must be obeyed; The mother who has a child at sea. London: H.P. Such; I’m off to Baltimore.; Stonewall Jackson. London: H. Such; Every inch a sailor. London: H. Such; Slave Chase. London: H. Such; One Bottle More. London: H. Such; Saucy Sailor Boy. London: H. Such, all affixed to album leaves, recto only, blue buckram binding labelled “Sea Ballads 1810/1830”; on 67 sheets, £200-300 7 FD326/10 Gosse, Philip Henry A naturalist’s sojourn in Jamaica. London: Longman &c., 1851. First edition, 8vo, 8 lithographed plates, several coloured, original cloth, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp on upper cover and small oval blindstamp on title, head of spine rubbed £200-300

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8 FD326/5 Hakluyt Society— Publications, a very long run: 215 volumes, comprising First series. Volumes 1- 5, 7, 11, 13, 16, 18-19, 22-25, 27, 30, 32, 34, 38-39, 42- 43, 48, 50, 52- 57, 59, 62- 63, 65-67, 69-70, 72, 74- 83, 8691, 95- 97, 99- 100, London: 1848- 1899; Second series. Volumes 1,2, 3, 5-18, 22-25, 28-30, 32- 38, 40- 41, 43-47, 49- 53, 55-56, 58, 60, 62, 64-104, 106, 110-113, 120, 122, 124, 126- 127, 144-156, 158- 177, 182190; 1900-2000; Third Series Volumes 1-9, 11- 12, 14-20, 1999-2007; and several other Hakluyt Society unidentified volumes: Map of the World A.D. 1600, 1880; Bethencourt: The Canarian, 1872; & The texts and versions of John de Plano Carpini and William de Rubruquis. Hakluyt Society, 1903; original blue cloth gilt, later volumes with dust-jackets, Cruising Association Library book label, gilt stamp to many upper covers, and small blindstamp to titles (apart from 1970 onwards), some mint in dust-jackets, some very good, some rubbed, a few worn £1,500-2,000 9 FD326/6 Hakluyt, Richard The principal navigations, voyages, traffiques & discoveries of the English nation. Glasgow, 1903-04. 12 volumes, 8vo, plates, folding maps, original cloth gilt, slight spotting, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper covers, bookplates, and small blindstamp to titles, slightly rubbed £150-250

10 FD326/35 Maritime history, a quantity, including Mookerji, R. Indian shipping. A history of the sea-borne trade and maritime activity of the Indians from the earliest times. 1912; Boxer, C.R., editor The journal of Maarten Harpertszoon Tromp, anno 1639. 1930; Lawson, W. Pacific steamers. 1927; Murray, M. Ships and South Africa. 1933; Houldsworth, E.W.H. Deep-sea fishing and fishing boats. 1874; Herubel, M.A. Sea fisheries. 1912; Lee, C.E. The blue riband. [N.d.]; Chatterton, E.K. On the high seas. 1929; Villiers, A.J. Vanished fleets. 1931. Later cloth; Lecky, H.S. The King’s ships. 1913. Volumes 1-3 (of 6), volumes 1-2 original cloth, volume 3 morocco, worn; Hodge, H. The battle cruisers at the action of the Falkland Islands. 1920. 4to, chromolithographed plates; Talbot-Booth, E.C. Ships of the British Merchant Navy. Passenger Lines. 1932; Chatterton, E.K. Sailing the seas, a survey of seafaring. 1931; Vogt, P. Fridtjof Nansen. Explorer, scientist, humanitarian. Oslo, 1961. 4to, blue morocco gilt, dustjacket; Heyerdahl, T., Richter, S. and H.J. Riiser-Larsen Great Norwegian expeditions. Oslo, [c.1961]. 4to, blue morocco gilt, dustjacket; Petersen, K. The saga of Norwegian shipping. Oslo, 1955. 4to, blue morocco gilt, dust-jacket; Bruijn, J.R. The Dutch navy of the 17th and 18th centuries. Columbia, 1993. Dust-jacket; Davidson, D.G. Scots and the sea. 2003. Dust-jacket; Stradling, R.A. The Armada of Flanders. 1992. Dust-jacket; most original cloth; and a quantity of similar books, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to some upper covers, bookplates, some with small oval blindstamp to title; and a quantity of similar books; sold not subject to return (quantity) £200-300 11 FD326/25 Milford Haven, G.LV. Mountbatten, 2nd Marquess of Naval medals. London: J. Murray, 1921-28. 2 volumes. First edition, folio, plates, original white buckram, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp on cover, bindings rather dust-soiled and marked £300-400

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12 FD326/26 Milford Haven, G.LV. Mountbatten, 2nd Marquess of British naval medals. London: John Murray, 1919. First edition, folio, plates, original white buckram, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper cover, binding rather dust-soiled and marked £300-400 13 FD326/12 Nansen, Fridtjof Farthest North. 1897. 2 volumes, 8vo, plates, original cloth, 1 leaf repaired, worn; Wrong, G.M. The fall of Canada. 1914. 8vo, half calf, rebacked; Lubbock, B. The Down Easters. American deep-water sailing ships 1869-1929. 1929. 4to, plates, original cloth gilt; Montgomery, J. Journal of voyages and travels. 1831. Volume 1 only, plates, half calf, worn; Bradford, Governor Bradford’s history of Plimoth plantation. Boston, 1899; Mahan, A.T. The story of the war in South Africa. 1901; 8vo, original cloth; and 27 others, maritime; Cruising Association Library gilt stamp on some covers, and/or small oval blindstamp to title; sold not subject to return (35) £100-150 14 FD326/33 Natural history, a quantity, including Gosse, Philip Henry The aquarium. 1856. 6 chromolithograph plates, 8 other plates, original cloth, shaken; Gosse, P.H. Tenby, a sea-side holiday. 1856. 24 coloured lithograph plates, original cloth; Lovell, M.S. The edible mollusks of Great Britain and Ireland with recipes for cooking them. 1867. 12 hand-coloured lithographed plates Furneaux, W.S. The sea shore. 1911; Johnston, G. An introduction to conchology. 1850; White, Adam A popular history of British crustacea. 1857. 20 coloured lithographed plates, binding worn; Norman, J.R. & F.C. Fraser Giant fishes, whales and dolphins. 1937; Aflalo, F.G. British salt-water fishes. 1904; Maxwell, H. British fresh-water fishes. 1904; Gordon, W.J. Our country’s shells. [c.1880]. Chromolithographed plates; Gordon, W.J. Our country’s fishes. [c.1880]. Chromolithographed plates, and others, similar, original cloth, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp on upper covers, bookplates and with small oval blindstamp on titles; sold not subject to return (quantity) £200-300 15 FD326/11 Natural History, including Gosse, P.H. A year at the shore. 1865. 36 coloured plates, original cloth; The birds of Jamaica. 1847; Gosse, P.H. A history of the British sea-anemones and corals. 1860. 12 chromolithographed plates; Harvie-Brown, J.A. A fauna of the N.W. Highlands & Skye. 1904; Harvie-Brown, J.A. & T. E. Buckley A fauna of the Moray basin. 1895. 2 volumes; Evans, A.H. A fauna of the Tweed area. 1911; Evans, A.H. A vertebrate fauna of the Shetland Islands. 1899; Harvie-Brown, J.A. & T.E. Buckley A vertebrate fauna of the Outer Hebrides. 1888; Landsborough, D. A popular history of British seaweeds. 1857. 20 hand-coloured lithographed plates, original cloth; all original cloth, a few rubbed, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp on upper covers, bookplates and oval blindstamp on titles; and 6 others (16) £300-400

16 FD326/29 Naval novels - [Barker, Matthew Henry] The Victory, or the Ward-room mess. London: H. Colburn, 1844. First edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf gilt, [Barker, M.H.] The naval club. London: H. Colburn, 1843. 8vo, red half morocco, worn; Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper covers, bookplates, & small oval blindstamp to titles (6) £150-250 17 FD326/27 Naval novels - Chamier, Capt. Frederick Ben Brace, the last of Nelson’s Agaememnons. London: R. Bentley, 1836. First edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf, spines gilt with emblematic tooling, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper boards, bookplates and small oval blindstamp to titles £150-200 18 FD326/28 Naval novels - Chamier, Capt. Frederick Jack Adams, the mutineer. London: H. Colburn, 1838. First edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary green half morocco, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper covers, bookplates and small oval blindstamp to titles, contemporary newspaper accounts of Pitcairn Island pasted onto leaves before title £150-200 19 FD326/30 Naval novels - [Howard, Lieut. Edward] Rattlin, the Reefer. London: R. Bentley, 1836. First edition, 3 volumes, 12mo, 3 engraved frontispieces and 6 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper covers, no bookplates, no blindstamp to titles; Chamier, Capt. Frederick Tom Bowling. London: H. Colburn, 1841. First edition, 3 volumes, 12mo, contemporary half calf, bindings worn with some loss, one rebacked; [Scott, Sir Walter] The pirate. Edinburgh: A. Constable, 1822. First edition, 3 volumes, 12mo, contemporary blue morocco gilt, head and tail of one spine torn; Porter, Jane, editor Sir Edward Seaward’s narrative of his shipwreck. London, 1832. Second edition, 3 volumes, 12mo, attractive modern half calf retaining original boards; Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper boards, bookplates, small oval blindstamp to titles, and 6 others; sold not subject to return (18) £250-300 20 FD326/4 Navy Records Society. Publications, a very long run. 124 volumes, comprising Volumes 10, 11, 16- 33, 35-37, 39-40, 52-56, 58-132, 134-35, 138-155, 8vo, plates, earlier volumes original two toned buckram cloth gilt, uncut, later volumes original blue cloth, with Cruising Association Library gilt stamp on upper cover or C.A.L. book label, some with small library blindstamp to titles, some bindings lightly dust-soiled; and 4 unnumbered volumes: A Descriptive catalogue of the naval manuscripts in the Pepysian Library (124) £700-1,000

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21 FD326/14 Ornithology - Emerson, P.H. Birds, beasts and fishes of the Norfolk Broadland. 1895. 8vo, plates, original cloth; Gurney, J.H. The gannet. 1913; Graham, H.D. The birds of Iona and Mull. 1890; [Jordan, D.] The wildfowl and seafowl of Great Britain. 1895; Shackleton, K. Tidelines. 1951; Patten, C.J. The aquatic birds of Great Britain and Ireland. 1906. 8vo, hinge broken; Murphy, R.C. Oceanic birds of South America. New York, 1936. 2 volumes, 4to, slipcase; and 9 others; some with Cruising Association Library giltstamp on cover and/or small oval blindstamp on titles; sold not subject to return (17) £100-150 22 FD326/1 Privateering and Pirates, a quantity, including Maclay, E.G. A history of American privateers. 1900; Powell, J.W.D. Bristol privateers and ships of war. Bristol, 1930; Williams, Gomer History of the Liverpool privateers. 1897; Burney, J. History of the Buccaneers of America. 1912; Chapin, H.M. Privateer ships and sailors. Toulon, 1926; Verrill, A.H. The real story of the pirate. New York, 1923; Masefield, John On the Spanish Main. 1906; Fea, Allan The real Captain Cleveland. 1912; Dalton, C.N. The real Captain Kidd. 1911; Haring, C.H. The Buccaneers of the West Indies in the XVII century. [1910]; Statham, E.P. Privateers and privateering. 1910; Snider, C.H.J. Under the Red Jack. 1928; Hurd, A. The reign of the pirates. 1925; Wilkins, H.T. Captain Kidd and his skeleton island. 1935; Esquemeling, J. The Buccaneers of America. 1911; Fuller, B. Pirate harbours and their secrets, 1935; Wycherley, G. Buccaneers of the Pacific. [1929]; Pyle, H. The Buccaneers and marooners of America. 1892; Cooper-Prichard. A.H. The Buccaneers. 1927; Rogers, Woodes Life aboard a British privateer. 1894; Clune, F. The pirates of the Brig Cyprus. 1962; original cloth, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp on upper cover, library label and blindstamp; and 12 others, similar; sold not subject to return (33) £200-300 23 FD326/7 Purchas, Samuel Hakluytus Posthumus or Purchas His Pilgrimes. Glasgow: J. MacLehose, 1905-07. 20 volumes, 8vo, plates, folding maps, original blue cloth gilt, t.e.g., others uncut, Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper covers, bookplates, and small oval blindstamp to titles, lettered “H1” on spines, slightly rubbed £200-300 24 FD326/3 Royal Navy, a quantity, including Cradock, Christopher Whispers from the Fleet. Portsmouth & London, [n.d.]; Second edition; Kelly, T. From the Fleet in the Fifties. 1902; Hannay, David A short history of the Royal Navy. 1898-1909. 2 volumes; Heath, Admiral Sir Leopold George Letters from the Black Sea. 1897. A.L.S. from author tipped in; Fiennes, G. The ocean empire. 1911; Rawson, E.K. Twenty famous naval battles. 1900. 2 volumes; Marder, A.J. The anatomy of British sea power. 1964; Marder, A.J. British naval policy 1880-1905. [N.d.]; James, W.M. The British navy in adversity. 1926;

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Loades, D. The Tudor Navy. 1992. Dust-jacket; Yonge, C.D. The history of the British navy. 1866, 3 volumes, 8vo, hinges weak; Wilkinson, N. The Royal Navy. 1907; Yexley, L. The inner life of the navy. 1908; Edwards, B. Attack and sink. 2002; dust-jacket; Bridgland, T. Waves of hate. 2002, dust-jacket; Ash, B. Someone had blundered. 1960; Swan, E.W. The first commission of H.M.S. Calliope 1887-1890. 1939.; and 13 others, similar, some with Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper cover and/or CAL blindstamp to title or bookplate, a few rubbed or worn; sold not subject to return (34) £200-300 25 FD326/21 Royal Navy, history, a quantity, including Glascock, W.N. The naval officer’s manual. London, 1848. Second edition, original cloth, worn; Brenton, E.P. The naval history of Great Britain. 1837. 2 volumes, one volume worn, one rebacked; Hoste, Capt. Sir W. Memoirs and letters. London, 1833. 2 volumes, 8vo, half calf, worn; Nicolas, H.H. A history of the Royal Navy. 1847. 2 volumes in one, original cloth, rebacked; [Bate, John and Henry Cavendish] The cruise round the world of the Flying Squadron, 1869-1870 under the command of Rear-Admiral G.T. Phipps Hornby. 1871. Folding map and chromolithographed plates, original cloth, rebacked, spotting; Kingston, W.H.G. Blue Jackets. London, 1854. Rebound; Biddlecombe, G. Steam fleet tactics. 1857. 4to, annotated copy, original cloth; Oppenheim, M. A history of the administration of the Royal Navy and of merchant shipping. 1896; Albion, R.G. Forests and sea power. The timber problem of the Royal Navy 1652-1862. 1926; Marcus, G.J. The age of Nelson. 1971. Dust-jacket; Brooks, F.W. The English naval forces 1199-1272. [n.d.]; Dickson, R.K. The history of H.M. Navigation School 1729-1926. [c.1927]; Burgoyne, A.H. Submarine navigation past and present. 1903. 2 volumes, later cloth; Field, C. Britain’s sea soldiers. A history of the Royal Marines. 1924. 2 volumes, 4to; Le Fevre, P. Precursors of Nelson. 2000. Dust-jacket; Cresswell, S.G. War, ice & piracy... the Journals and letters of Samuel Gurney Cresswell. 2000. Dust-jacket; Dawson, Lionel Flotillas, a hard-lying story. 1933; Kenworthy, J.M. Freedom of the seas. [c.1918]; Erhman, J. The navy in the war of William III 1689-1697. 1953; Hutchinson, J.R. The press-gang afloat and ashore. 1913. Cover detached; most original cloth, with Cruising Association Library gilt stamp on upper cover and/or bookplate or small oval stamp on title; and a quantity of similar works on the Royal Navy, 19th and 20th century; sold not subject to return (quantity) £200-300 26 FD326/15 Royal Navy, World War II, including Frank, W. The Sea wolves. 1955; Dorrian, J.G. Storming St. Nazaire. 1998. Dust-jacket; Galatin, Admiral I.J. Take her deep. 1988. Dustjacket; Irvine, J.W. The waves are free. 1988. Signed by the author, dust-jacket; Cresswell, J. Sea warfare 1939-1945. 1950; Henslow, M. The miracle of radio. 1946; all original cloth, some with Cruising Association Library stamp to cover, or bookplate; and 37 others, similar; sold not subject to return (43) £100-150

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27 FD326/32 Russo - Japanese War of 1905 - Klado, Capt. Nicolas The battle of the sea of Japan. 1906. 4to, plates, original cloth, rebacked retaining spine; Committee of Imperial Defence, Historical Section Official history (Naval and Military) of the Russo-Japanese War. 1910-12. Volumes 1-2 (of 3) and 2 map volumes, plates, folding maps and plans, original blue cloth, 8vo (5) £100-200 28 FD326/2 Ships and Shipping, a quantity, including Maxtone-Graham, J. Normandie. 2007; Grasemann, C. English Channel packet boats. 1939; Corson, F.R. The Atlantic ferry in the twentieth century. [1930] Duckworth, C.L.D. Clyde and other coastal steamers. 1939; Jackson, G.G. The ship under steam. 1927; Kludas, A. Record breakers of the N. Atlantic. Blue Riband Liners 1838-1952. 2000; Deakes, C. A postcard history of the passenger liner. 2005; Fricker, P.J. Beken of Cowes ocean liners. 1992; Saltonstall, W.G. Ports of Piscataqua. Harvard University Press, 1941; Ball, A. S.S. Great Britain. 1981; Flexner, J.T. Steamboats come true. New York, 1944; Farr, G.E. West country passenger steamers. 1956; Benstead, C.R. Atlantic ferry. 1936; Brown, F.C. A century of Atlantic travel 1830-1930. [1932]; Burtt, F. Cross-Channel and coastal paddle steamers. 1937; Williamson, James The Clyde passenger steamer. 1904; Fletcher, R.A. Steam-ships and their story. 1910; Hume, J. Clyde shipbuilding. 1975; Cable, B. A hundred year history of the P. & O. Co., 1937; Cary, A.L. Mail liners of the world. [c.1940]; Burtt, F. Steamers of the Thames and Medway. 1949; original cloth, and 29 others, oversize, some with dust-jackets, some with Cruising Association Library gilt stamp on upper cover, bookplate, most with small oval blindstamp to title; sold not subject to return (50) £200-300

fishers and fighters. 1911. Rebacked; March, E.J. Sailing trawlers. 1970. Dust-jacket; Hearn, C.G. Gray raiders of the sea. 1992. Dustjacket; Humphreys, L. Merlin’s man. 1995; Bucknall, R. Boat trains & Channel packets. 1957. Dust-jacket frayed; Cranwell, J.P. &W.B. Crane. Men of Marque. New York, 1940; Grant, G.H. Consigned to Davy Jones. 1935; Gibson, J.R. Otter skins, Boston ships and China goods. The Maritime fur trade of the Northwest Coast 1785-1841. Montreal, 1992. Dust-jacket; and many others, similar, most original cloth, with Cruising Association Library gilt stamp on upper cover and/or bookplate or small oval blindstamp on title; sold not subject to return (quantity) £200-300 31 FD326/9 Skogman, Carl Johann Alfred Fregatten Eugenies Resa Omkring Jorden aren 1851-1853. Stockholm: A. Bonnier, [1854-55]. 2 volumes in one, 8vo, 18 chromolithographed plates, 2 tinted lithographed plates, 5 woodcut plates, 3 folding maps, later library cloth, Cruising Association Library blindstamp on titles, shelf mark on spine, slightly spotted £200-300

29 FD326/8 Ships and shipping, including Domville-Fife, C.W. Submarine warfare of today. 1920; Corbett, J.S. Some principles of maritime strategy. 1922; Grinnell-Milne, G. Life of Lieut.-Admiral de Ruyter. 1896; [King-Hall, S.] A naval lieutenant 1914-1918. 1919; Mainwaring, G.E. The floating Republic. 1935; Puddleston, W.D. The armed forces of the Pacific. New Haven, 1942; Shore, H.N. Smuggling days and smuggling ways. 1892. later cloth; Callender, G. The naval side of British history. 1924, all but one original cloth, most with Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper cover, bookplates and small oval blindstamp to title, some rubbed ; and 42 others, shipping, twentieth century; sold not subject to return (50) £100-150 30 FD326/24 Ships, Marine History, Fishing &., a quantity, including Du Chaillu, Paul B. The Viking age. 1889. 2 volumes, 8vo; Lubbock, Basil The last of the Windjammers. 1975-76. 2 volumes, dust-jackets; Lubbock, Basil The Arctic whalers. 1937; Mitchell-Henry, L. Tunny fishing. 1934; Rogers, W.L. Greek and Roman naval warfare. 1937; Minnigerode, M. Some mariners of France. 1930; Pierce, W.G. Goin’ fishin. Salem, 1934; Dumas, A. On board the “Emma”. 1929; Wood, Walter North Sea

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32 FD326/22 Smuggling, mutinies, slavery & piracy, including Swettenham, Sir Frank British Malaya. London, 1907; Markham, A.H. The Cruise of the “Rosario”. 1873. Half calf, lacking lower board; Lucas, C. The Pitcairn Island register book. 1929; Smith, W.J. Smuggling & smugglers in Sussex. [n.d.]; Harper, C.G. The smugglers. 1909. Later cloth; Grey, C. Pirates of the Eastern seas. [n.d.]; Kendall, C.W. Private men-of-war. 1931; Lilius, A.E. I sailed with Chinese pirates. 1930; and others, similar, mostly original cloth, with Cruising Association Library gilt stamp on upper board and/or bookplate and small oval blindstamp to title; sold not subject to return (quantity) £100-150 33 FD326/36 St. John, H.C. Notes and sketches from the wild coasts of Japan. Edinburgh, 1880. 8vo, plates, covers detached, worn; and 6 others, one incomplete (7) £100-150 34 FD326/23 The Sea, Sailing, Seamanship, Yachting, a quantity, including King, J.W. The war-ships and navies of the world. Boston, 1880; Mahan, A.T. The influence of sea power upon history 1660-1783. 1890; Edwards, K. Uneasy oceans. 1939; Fiennes, G. Sea power and freedom. [N.d.]; Darwin, George Howard The tides. 1901; Bullen, F.T. Idylls of the sea. 1904; Gould, R.T. The case for the sea serpent. 1930; Holder, C.F. The game fishes of the world. 1913; spine detached; Wallace, F.W. Record of Canadian shipping.1929; Lubbock, Basil The log of Cutty Sark. 1924; Sutherland, J.G. At sea with Joseph Conrad. 1922; Illingworth, J.H. Offshore. 1950; Pears, C. From the Thames to the Seine. 1910; Fox, Uffa Sailing, seamanship and yacht construction. 1981; dustjacket; Uffa Fox’s Second Book. 1985; dust-jackets; Sail and power. 1985; dust-jacket; Heyerdahl, T. Great Norwegian expeditions. Oslo, [?c.1950], blue calf gilt.; Hiscock, E.C. Voyageing under sail. 1977. Dust-jacket; Griffiths, M. Dream ships. 1949; and many others, similar; most original cloth, many with Cruising Association Library giltstamp to upper board, bookplate and/or small oval blindstamp to title; sold not subject to return (quantity) £200-300 35 FD326/17 Travel, a quantity, including Marryat, Horace A residence in Jutland, the Danish Isles and Copenhagen. 1860. 2 volumes, lacks front free endpapers; Polo, Marco The book of Ser Marco Polo. edited by H. Yule. 3 volumes, original cloth Macgregor, J. The Roy Roy on the Jordan, Nile, Red Sea & Gennesareth. 1869; Smyth, H.W. Chase and chance in Indo-China. 1934; Wood, C.W. In the valley of the Rhone. 1899; Moncrieff, A.R.H. The highlands and islands of Scotland. 1906; Mothersole, J. The Isles of Scilly. [c.1914], rebacked; Maxwell, D. Adventures with a sketch book. 1914; Quin, M.J. Steam voyages on the Seine, the Moselle, & the Rhine. London, 1843. 2 volumes, 8vo, frontispieces, modern cloth; Ritchie, Leith Wanderings by the Loire. [c.1850]. 20 engravings, half cloth, spotting, rebacked, worn; Wood, C.W. Through Holland. 1877. 8vo, cloth; Mahaffy, J.P. Sketches from a tour through Holland & Germany. 1889;

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Prime, W.C. Boat life in Egypt and Nubia. New York, 1857. Half morocco, cover detached; [Anon.] A cruise or three months on the continent. London, 1818. 3 (of 4) hand-coloured aquatints, cloth, rebacked; Strutt, E. Six weeks on the Loire. 1833. etched plates, contemporary half calf, slightly rubbed; Barber, T. Barber’s picturesque illustrations of the Isle of Wight. engraved title, portrait, folding map, plates, original green cloth, neatly rebacked retaining original spine, most original cloth, with Cruising Association Library gilt stamp to upper cover, bookplate and small oval blindstamp on title, some rubbed or worn; sold not subject to return (36) £200-300 36 FD326/31 Whaling, a quantity, including Davis, William M Nimrod of the Sea, or the American whalemen. New York, 1874; Original cloth, rebacked; Dow, G.F. Whale ships and whaling. Slaem, 1925; Bell, J.J. The whalers. 1914; Bennett, A.G. Whaling in the Antarctic. 1931; Cook, J.A. Pursuing the whale. 1926; Chatterton, E.K. Whalers and whaling. 1925; Dakin, W.J. Whalemen adventurers. 1934; Spears, J.R. The story of the New England whalers. New York, 1908; Old Dartmouth Historical Society Whaling exhibits. 1924; Hohman, E.P. The American whalemen. 1928; Webb, R.L. On the NorthWest. Commercial whaling in the Pacific Northwest 1790-1967. Vancouver, 1988. Dust-jacket; Tonnessen, J.N. and A.O. Johnsen The history of modern whaling. Canberra, 1982. Dust-jacket; mostly original cloth; with Cruising Association Library gilt stamp on upper cover or bookplate and/or with oval blindstamp on titles; sold not subject to return (quantity) £100-200

ART & ARCHITECTURE 37 FC787/11 Art and Design Reference Goodwin-Smith, R. English domestic metalwork. Leigh-on-Sea: F. Lewis, 1937. First edition, folio, 139 plates, yellow cloth gilt, dustjacket a little rubbed and soiled; Ayrton, Maxwell and Silcock, Arnold Wrought iron and its decorative use. London: Country Life Ltd., 1929. Folio, original cloth gilt, covers very slightly soiled, dust-jacket lacking; Bowes, James L. Notes on shippo... London: Kegan Paul, Trench..., 1895. 4to, original boards with floral pattern, spine faded, boards rubbed; Menzuhausen, Joachim At the court of the great Mogul. Bombay: Oriental Fine Art Centre, 1967. 4to, green cloth, dustjacket torn; Glanville, Philippa and Goldsborough, Jennifer Faulds Women silversmiths, 1685-1845. Washington, D.C.: The National Museum of Women in the Arts/Thames and Hudson, 1990. Large 4to, beige cloth gilt, dust-jacket very slightly creased and a little faded along spine; Henderson, George Early medieval art and civilisation. London: The Folio Society, 2004; [Idem] Gothic art and civilisation. London: The Folio Society, 2004; Runciman, Steven Byzantine art and civilisation. London: The Folio Society, 2004; Uniform 4to, gold cloth, slipcases depicting a rose window, entitled The Age of Illumination, slipcase a little rubbed and splitting along one edge; and a quantity of others £200-300

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38 FC787/3 Asian and Middle Eastern Ceramics Misugi, T. Chinese porcelain collection in the Near East, Topkapi and Ardebil. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 1981. First English edition, 3 volumes, original cloth; Schmidt, Robert Chinesische keramik von der Han-zeit bis zum XIX. jahrhundert. Frankfurt: Frankfurter Verlags-Anstalt, 1924. 4to, 131 (of 132) plates (11 coloured), original cloth, slight soiling to cloth, spine a little bumped and faded, no dust-jacket, plate 13 (coloured) lacking; Fehérvári, Géza Ceramics of the Islamic world in the Tareq Rajab Museum. London: I.B. Tauris, 2000. Original black cloth with dust-jacket slightly chipped; Ayers, John Far Eastern ceramics in the Victoria and Albert Museum. London: Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1980. First English language edition, folio, blue cloth gilt, dust-jacket a little chipped with faded spine; Scheurleer, D.F. Lunsingh Chinese export porcelain, Chine de commande. London: Faber and Faber, 1974. 4to, 42 pages of greyscale plates, colour frontispiece, 6 (of 7) colour plates, original covers, laminated, slightly soiled with small gouge to base of spine; and 10 others (17) £200-250 39 FD391/54 Bibliography Scholderer, Victor Greek printing types, 1465-1927... London: British Museum/Oxford University Press, 1927. Folio, limited edition of 650 copies, original boards, dust-jacket torn and slightly dust-soiled; Darton, F.J. Harvey Children’s Books in England. Cambridge: C. U. P., 1966. 8vo, 8 plates, original green cloth, dust-jacket, dust-jacket spine faded, a little dust-soiled with a couple of closed tears; Cockerell, Douglas Bookbinding and the care of books. London: I. Pitman & Sons, 1945. Fourth edition, 8vo, original boards, dust-jacket, bleach spots to covers, dust-jacket slightly worn around edges and a little dust-soiled; Williamson, Hugh Methods of book design...London: O. U. P., 1966. Second edition, large 8vo, original green cloth, dust-jacket spine a little faded; Morison, Stanley Four centuries of fine printing. London: E. Benn, 1960. 8vo, original red cloth, dust-jacket slightly faded and dust-soiled; [Idem] On type designs... London: E. Benn, 1962. 8vo, original grey boards, dust-jacket a little soiled; McKitterick, David Stanley Morison & D.B. Updike, selected correspondence. London: Scolar Press, 1979. 8vo, original blue cloth, yellow dustjacket with spine slightly faded; McKerrow, Ronald B. An introduction to bibliography for literary students. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1960. 8vo, original blue cloth, dust-jacket with some slight fading; Croft, P.J. Autograph poetry in the English language. London: Cassell, 1973. Folio, 2 volumes, 774 of 1500 copies, original quarter cloth, slipcase and spines faded, slipcase rubbed; and 40 others (50) £300-400 40 FC269/82 Caracci, Annibale Aedium Farnesiarum tabulae. Rome: Venantii Monaldini, 1753. Folio, engraved portrait, title in red and black, 33 engraved plates on 30 sheets, contemporary vellum, rubbed and soiled, small hole to plate 10 and to margin of plate 11, a few marginal holes and closed tears to leaves with no loss of text, some slight darkening, a little ink staining to final engraved vignette, some pages slightly wrinkled

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41 FC237/47 Castell, Robert The villas of the ancients illustrated. London, 1728. Folio, contemporary half calf, 13 engraved plates, covers rubbed and spine very worn, some internal foxing and staining Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £500-800 42 FC787/5 Ceramic Design and Blue & White Pottery Fisher, Stanley W. English blue and white porcelain of the 18th century. London: B.T. Batsford Ltd., 1947. First edition, 4to, 45 plates, some coloured, blue cloth, dust-jacket, dust-jacket slightly faded; Reilly, Robin Wedgwood. New York: Stockton Press, 1989. First (American) edition, 4to, 2 volumes, blue cloth, spines gilt, marbled slipcase; Coysh, A.W. and Henrywood, R.K. The dictionary of blue and white printed pottery, 1780-1880. Woodbridge: Antique Collectors’ Club, 2001. Fifth edition, 4to, 2 volumes, blue cloth gilt, dust-jackets slightly faded; Fisher, Stanley W. The decoration of English porcelain... London: Derek Verschoyle, 1954. 4to, 75 plates, blue cloth, spine slightly faded, dust-jacket lacking; Oswald, A., Hildyard, R.J.C., Hughes, R.G. English brown stoneware, 1670-1900. London: Faber and Faber, 1982. 8vo, brown cloth, dust-jacket a little faded and rubbed; Clark, Garth The potter’s art... London: Phaidon Press, 1995. Large 4to, black cloth, dust-jacket; and a quantity of others £200-250

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43 FC269/83 Cipriani, Giovanni Battista A collection of prints after the sketches and drawings of Giovanni Battista Cipriani... engraved by Mr Richard Earlow. London: John and Josiah Boydell, 1789. Folio, portrait, engraved title, 49 engraved plates (some tinted), contemporary half calf, bookplate of Swinton C. Holland, rubbed, joints split, upper covers re-attached with strips of black calf, some foxing Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £1,500-2,000 44 FC787/2 English Regional Potteries Mackenna, F. Severne Champion’s Bristol porcelain. Leigh-on-Sea: F. Lewis, 1947. First edition, 4to, number 333 of 500 copies, 117 illustrations (including 4 full-page colour plates), red cloth gilt, dustjacket, dust-jacket a little soiled, chipped and torn, slight soiling to covers and fading to spine; [Idem] Chelsea porcelain, the triangle and raised anchor wares. Leigh-on-Sea: F. Lewis, 1948. First edition, 4to, number 220 of 500 copies, 113 illustrations, blue cloth gilt, dustjacket, dust-jacket neatly repaired on reverse and on spine in several places, slight soiling to dust-jacket; Blunt, Reginald The Cheyne book of Chelsea china and pottery. London: Geoffrey Bles, [1924]. First edition, 56 plates (of 58 listed), coloured frontispiece, original blue boards, very occasional spotting and slight soiling to covers and spine, large stamps to first few pages; Bemrose, William Bow, Chelsea and Derby porcelain. London: Bemrose and Sons, 1898. 4to, frontispiece and 26 plates, original blue cloth gilt, no dust-jacket, covers a little soiled and endpapers spotted; Towner, Donald The Leeds pottery. London: Cory, Adams and Mackay, 1963. First edition, 4to, 48 pages of plates, plus facsimile of Leeds Pottery pattern book, other illustrations and 4 colour plates, original cloth gilt, no dustjacket, slight fading, bumping and soiling to spine and cloth, occasional very light spotting; Nance, E. Morton The pottery and porcelain of Swansea and Nantgarw. Pembrokeshire: C. I. Thomas and Sons, [N.d.]. 4to, facsimile copy of 1942 edition, blue cloth gilt, no dust-jacket; Twitchett, John A catalogue of china (chiefly Derby) (1879), the property of John Haslem. Swanage: 1988. 8vo, facsimile of 1879 catalogue, number 70 of 750 copies, green cloth gilt with dustjacket, dust-jacket spine slightly faded; and 35 others (45) £300-400 45 FC787/4 European Ceramics Hayward, J.F. Viennese porcelain of the Du Paquier period. London: Rockliff. 4to, 72 plates, original cloth, dust-jacket lacking, library stamps and book plates, slight fading to spine; Rinaldi, Maura Kraak porcelain, a moment in the history of trade. London: Bamboo Publishing, 1989. Blue cloth, dust-jacket, very slight rubbing to ends of spine, dust-jacket a little tarnished; Ziffer, A. Porzellan... Munich: Callwey Verlag, [n.d.] 4to, blue cloth, dust-jacket, slight soiling to cloth, dust-jacket a little faded; Kelly, Henry E. Scottish ceramics. Atglen, PA: Schiffer, 1999. 4to, dust-jacket rubbed; Eriksen, S. and De

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Bellaigue, G. Sèvres Porcelain. London: Faber and Faber, 1987. 4to, 16 colour plates, blue cloth, dust-jacket with spine slightly faded; Jacobson, Karen Vincennes and Sèvres porcelain, catalogue of the collections [in the J. Paul Getty Museum]. Malibu: J. Paul Getty Museum, 1991. 4to, green cloth gilt, dust-jacket faded and bumped along the edges; Winstone, H.V.F. Royal Copenhagen. London: Stacey International, 1984. 4to, blue cloth, dust-jacket , spine of dust-jacket faded, covers a little soiled; Katz, M. P. and Lehr, Robert Palissy ware... London: Athlone Press, 1996. 4to, black cloth, dust-jacket a little faded; and 21 others (29) £200-250 46 FC269/121 Guiffrey, Jules Antoine Van Dyck, sa vie et son oeuvre. Paris: A. Quantin, 1882. Folio, 27 plates ( including 1 large folding plate), original cloth, bookplate of Lord Gretton, soiled, spine splitting and frayed at base, corners bumped, some spotting; Strong, Arthur S. Reproductions in facsimile of drawings of the Old Masters. London: P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., 1900-1903. Folio, 65 (of 66 plates, plate 1 lacking), in 6 parts, plates and explanations loose in wrappers inside orange portfolio case with ties, case faded with two sides detached, wrappers a little soiled, explanations of plates 43, 46, 62 and 65 lacking; Gower, Ronald, Lord Three hundred French portraits... by Clouet. London: Sampson, Low, [&c.], 1875. Folio, 2 volumes, 302 plates, plate 269 not present, contemporary blue cloth gilt, bookplates of Lord Cheylesmore and Lord Gretton, covers a little soiled, occasional spotting, most plates loose (4) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-350

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47 FD391/53 Johnson, John Typographia, or the printers’ instructor... London: Longman, [&c.], 1824. First edition, 12mo, 2 volumes, Roxburghe Club issue, portraits, engraved title pages, later pink marbled boards (2) £150-200 48 FC269/38 Lorrain, Claude 20 plates only etched by R. Earlom after Claude le Lorrain “from the original drawings in the collection of the Duke of Devonshire”, plates 4,5 & 18 cut down and mounted, plate 20 holed with loss to imprint, several margins waterstained, no title, contemporary half roan, slight spotting and occasional light soiling, binding worn and soiled Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 49 FC237/117 Moore, Henry Henry Moore. Shelter-sketch-book. London: Marlborough Fine Art, 1967. Unbound folio, number 14 of180 copies signed by the artist with 80 colour facsimile collotypes and one original lithograph by the artist (also numbered 14/180), in red cloth gilt box and protective card case, some slight soiling to red box, prints clean Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £1,000-1,500

50 FC787/6 Pottery and Porcelain - General Interest Hannover, Emil Pottery and Porcelain, a handbook for collectors. London: Erbest Benn, 1925. 4to, 3 volumes, 11 coloured plates, 9 maps (some in text), original blue cloth, dust-jackets, some rubbing to cloth, fading and soiling to dust-jackets, slight spotting to endpapers, dust-jackets repaired with Selotape on reverse; Rackham, Bernard (Victoria and Albert Museum) Catalogue of English porcelain...collected by Charles Schreiber Esq...presented to the museum in 1884. London: Board of Education, 1924. 4to, 3 volumes, 229 plates, blue cloth, dust-jackets, some bumping to spines and tears to dust-jackets; Jewitt, Llewellynn The ceramic art of Great Britain... London: Virtue and Co., 1878. 8vo, 2 volumes, 6 (of 7?) plates, three of which are in colour, later half calf; Fleming, J. Arnold Scottish pottery. Glasgow: Maclehose, Jackson and Co., 1923. 8vo, blue cloth, bumped, a little soiled, spotted; Solon, M.L. A brief history of old English porcelain... London: Bemrose & Sons, 1903. 8vo, original blue and grey cloth, some rubbing to spine, spotting; and 33 others; sold not subject to return (44) £200-250 51 FC237/271 Raphael [Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino] - Éméric-David, M.T.B. Suite d’études calquées et dessinées d’après cinq tableaux de Raphael accompagnées de gravures de ces tableaux. Paris: chez l’éditeur, 1818. Large folio, 6 original parts, each with 4 engraved plates and 1 leaf of text, original printed wrappers, uncut, plates in last part with marginal tears, occasional dampstaining, wrappers very clean; Ruyfsen, J. Essays after the cartoons of Raphael at Windsor (drawn by J. Ruyfsen and engraved by A. Cardon). 1798-1801. Large folio, red morocco gilt, 6 plates of 15, some wear to spine and boards, some internal foxing and light dampstaining; Lord Hyde, J.A. & R.R. Chinese porcelain for the European market. Lisbon: Editions R.E.S., 1956. Large folio, mounted coloured plates, original cloth, binding waterstained; Hayes, William and A. Ruff, hand-coloured engraving after W. Hayes, 338 x 525mm., with later addition of name and date: W. & A. Hayes 1779 (4) Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £400-600 52 FC269/104 Tymms, W. Robert The art of illuminating as practised in Europe from earliest times. London: Day and Son, 1860. 4to, colour lithographed title and plates, original light pink covers with gilt Celtic strapwork patterning, many plates loose, binding a little dust-soiled and slightly bumped, previous owner’s signature to free-endpaper Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £120-180

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53 FC787/1 Wedgwood and Staffordshire Potteries Reilly, Robin Wedgwood. New York: Stockton Press, 1989. First (American) edition, 4to, 2 volumes, blue cloth, spines gilt, marbled slipcase; Church, A.H. Josiah Wedgwood, master-potter. London: Seeley and Co., 1894. First edition, 4to, frontispiece and 3 plates, contemporary half morocco, original wrappers and advertisements bound in, spine slightly rubbed, boards a little faded, occasional foxing; Godden, Geoffrey A. Minton pottery and porcelain of the first period, 1793-1850. London: Barrie and Jenkins, 1978. Second edition, 4to, blue cloth, dust-jacket, bookplate to front free-endpaper, dustjacket slightly soiled and bumped; Falkner, Frank The Wood family of Burslem. Wakefield: EP Publishing Limited, 1972. Second edition, folio, red cloth, dust-jacket, dust-jacket torn in places and repaired with Selotape; Mankowitz, Wolf Wedgwood. London: Spring Brooks, 1967. Folio, blue cloth, dust-jacket, some fading to upper part of spine, tears to dust-jacket; Wilkinson, Vega Spode-Copeland-Spode... Woodbridge: Antique Collectors’ Club, 2002. 4to, blue cloth gilt, dustjacket; and 20 others (27) £200-300 54 FC269/78 Winckelmann, Johann Histoire de l’art chez les anciens. Amsterdam: E. van Harrevelt, 1766. 8vo, 2 volumes, titles in red and black with engraved vignettes, 20 engraved vignettes, contemporary calf, bookplates of the ‘Athaendet Fra Bibliotheket’, rubbed, some annotations in ink to endpapers (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 14

55 FC269/117 Winkelmann, Johann Joachim Histoire de l’art chez les anciens... Paris: Seguy-Thiboust, 1790. 4to, volumes 1-2 only (of 3), engraved portrait, engraved frontispiece, volume 1 with 25 engraved plates, volume 2 with 37 engraved plates, contemporary mottled calf with gilt tooled spine and labels in red and black, spines a little rubbed and chipped, some slight foxing and several pages darkened in volume 2 (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300

ATLASES, MAPS & PRINTS 56 FE157/43 ‘The Tout’ - Horse Racing Caricatures A selection of 9 original framed and glazed caricature watercolour sketches on board for The Tout, c. 1910-1930, including Hats at Ascot (1929) and Mr E. Willoughby, The Starter (1910), each painting c. 36 x 28cm, small repair to one work (9) £800-1,200

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57 FE528/8 Africa - Johnston, Keith General map of Africa constructed from the most recent coast surveys and embodying the results of all explorations to the present time. London: W. & A.K. Johnston, 1879. Engraved map handcoloured in outline, folding map backed on linen and divided in sections, folding into blue morocco folder, binding very worn Provenance: T.B. Johnston, bookplate; Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £100-150 58 FE528/5 Apian, Petrus Introductio geographica... in doctissimas verneri annotationes. Ingolstadt, 1533. 8vo, woodcut on title and in text, eighteenth century calf, final two leaves torn with loss of text, cut close at head throughout, two headlines cropped with loss, some spotting and soiling, very worn, covers detached, title slightly soiled and slight loss of corners Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh Note: USTC 666971 £300-500 59 FE528/13 Atlases and maps - Bartholomew, John A descriptive hand atlas of the world. Edinburgh: A. Fullarton, 1871. 4to, 27 double-page coloured maps, half morocco, lacking part of spine; Chamber’s parlour atlas. Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers, 1856. 37 coloured double-page or folding maps, folding maps laid down on linen, later cloth retaining original spine; Arrowsmith, Aaron An atlas of modern geography. London: J. Arrowsmith, 1824. 8vo, engraved title and 29 (of 30) erratically numbered maps hand-coloured in outline, [30 maps are called for, but index list does not tally correctly with maps present], contemporary half morocco, paper label on upper cover; Wettstein, H. Schul-atlas. Zurich, 1880. 4to, double-page coloured maps, contemporary half cloth; Chambers, W. & R. Atlas of modern and ancient geography. London, [1846]. 4to, 34 engraved maps hand-coloured in outline, with manuscript note by John Bartholomew on endpaper noting that various plates were engraved by J. Bartholomew, original cloth, rubbed; Geikie, Sir Archibald. Geological map of England and Wales. Edinburgh: Bartholomew, John, & Son Ltd, 1897. Hand-coloured engraved map, folding into original green cloth gilt folder; Johnston, A. Keith General map of Europe. 1873. Large coloured engraved map, dissected and backed on linen, 1060 x 1270mm. , folding into red morocco covers, upper cover detached; Andriveau-Goujon, E. Plan geometral de Paris. Paris, 1866. Folding hand-coloured engraved map, dissected and backed on linen; and a small quantity of other map and atlas related volumes (quantity) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £400-500

60 FE528/9 Australia - Black, Adam and Charles, map publishers Atlas of Australia with all the gold regions. Edinburgh: A. & C. Black, [c.1853]. 4to, 6 coloured folding engraved maps, original pictorial cloth gilt, binding partly discoloured, head of spine chipped Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-300 61 FE528/14 Berghaus, Heinrich Physikalischer Atlas. Gotha: von Justus Perthes, 1845-48. 2 volumes in one, folio, 92 (of ?93) hand-coloured engraved maps or printed tables, comprising Metereology (15, including 5b and 5c) Hydrography (16), Geology (15), Magnetism (5), Plant geography (6), Thiere (12), Anthropology (4), Ethnology (19), mostly double-page, later half calf, occasional spotting; Gotthold, H.H. Deutschland unter der gröste Theil der umliegenden Staaten oder Mittel-Europa. Berlin: H. Kliewer, [n.d.], large engraved map, hand-coloured in outline, dissected and backed on linen, 126 x 128cm., slipcase, slightly dampstained (2) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh Note: The collation is not straightforward; however it would appear that map 3 of “Meteorologie” is lacking. £150-250 62 FE516/31 Blaeu, Jan Dania Regnum. Amsterdam: ca. 1650? Hand-coloured in outline, 51.5x60.5cm, Latin text on verso, a couple of small holes to upper margin, some very slight offsetting £150-250 63 FE291/28 Botanical Prints Two framed and glazed, hand-coloured engravings of arranged flowers by I. Batiste [Jean Baptiste Monnoyer?], possibly taken from Monnoyer, Jean Baptiste Livre de toutes sortes de fleurs d’apres nature. Paris: N. de Poilly, [c.1850] 48.4x34.5cm, slight darkening (2) £150-250 64 FE93/21 Chatelain, Henri Abraham Japan Vue et description de la ville de Meaco capitale du Japon avec d’autres particularitez du pays Framed and glazed hand-coloured leaf from Chatelain’s Atlas Historique showing 5 views and one plan on Japan surrounding a central panel of engraved French text describing Meaco and Yedo, ca.1750, engraved area ca. 50x40cm Note: The plan depicts Deshima, an artificial island in the bay of Nagasaki where the VOC (Dutch East India Company) was allowed to trade with the representatives of the Shogun in Edo. £300-400

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65 FE528/7 East Africa - Ravenstein, Ernest George A map of Eastern Equatorial Africa, compiled by E.G. Ravenstein, F.R.G.S. and published under the authority of the Royal Geographical Society (Printed at Stanford’s Geographical Establishment, London). Sheet 15 and 22 combined on one sheet, Sheet 25 split at folds, occasional spotting, loose in cloth slipcase Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £300-500 66 FE662/1 Edinburgh - De Wit, Frederick The plan of Edinburgh exactly done from the original of ye famous D. Wit. [London]: Printed by J. Bowles, [1797], image approx. 108cm wide by 45.5cm high, inset view of “the north prospect of the City of Edinburgh”; “the prospect of Edinburgh from ye Dean”; “a prospect of ye castle from ye East,” hand-coloured, previous fold, framed and glazed, frame size 150 x 86cm. £400-500 67 FE528/1 Edinburgh - Johnston, W. and A.K. - Lancefield, Alfred Johnston’s plan of Edinburgh & Leith in 1851. From a actual survey by Alfred Lancefield. Hand-coloured engraved map, dissected and backed on linen, 134cm. x 168cm., folding into maroon morocco covers, small tear to head of spine Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £150-250 68 FC266/1 Edinburgh Maps and Plans - Collection, including Plan referred to in the reports respecting a tunnel under the Forth. 1806, with one leaf of The Scots Magazine; Knox, James Plan of Edinburgh and its Environs. 1824. Dissected and backed on linen; Johnston, W. & A.K. The city of Edinburgh drawn and engraved for Gray’s annual directory. 1837. Backed on linen; Lizars. W.H. Plan of Edinburgh and Leith. Engraved expressly for the Post Office, Directory. [c.1845]; another copy [c.1846], tear repaired, very slight marginal loss; another copy [c.1855]; Plan of the City of Edinburgh and environs with the town and port of Leith, Newhaven and Granton, [c.1850], neat repairs to verso; [Weekly Dispatch Atlas] Edinburgh, drawn & engraved by B.R. Davies, [c.1853], some loss at central fold; Bartholomew, John Plan of Edinburgh & Leith with suburbs, from Ordnance and actual surveys. 1868, repaired on verso; another copy 1869, two short repairs on verso; another copy 1870, two small repairs on verso; another copy 1871; another copy 1872, 1873, 1875, 1877, 1886-7; Johnston, W. & A.K. Post office plan of Edinburgh, Leith and Portobello. 1896-97, coloured, slight loss to NE corner; another edition 1910-11, hand-coloured in outline; another edition 1913-14, hand-coloured in outline; another edition: New Parliamentary Divisions, 1918, laid down; and a map with caption cropped with the Railways and Tramways marked in ink, most maps with a little dustsoiling (21) £200-300

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69 FE662/1A Edinburgh panorama - [Smith, Joseph] The North Prospect of the City of Edinburgh. [London], Printed and Sold by John Bowles, [c.1720], large engraved view on two sheets, joined at centre, hand-coloured, image size110 x 45cm., framed and glazed, frame size 151 x 87cm. £300-400 70 FE670/1 Forth Railway Bridge. John Fowler, Engineer-in-Chief and B. Baker, Engineer Contract drawings to accompany specfication dated September 1882. Large oblong folio (68 x 101cm.). Title sheet and sheet numbers 3-8, 10-19 and 23 [of 27], and duplicates of sheet numbers 4-6, 10 and 12, one folding, mounted on linen, title and a few other leaves slightly frayed and soiled, sheets loose £600-800 71 FD438/6 Hondius, Henricus Scotia regnum, 1636, 50x57cm including mount, after Mercator’s map of 1595, Hondius has changed the cartouche on the map to the Scottish coat of arms, framed and glazed, mounted on board, foxed, a note on the reverse incorrectly states that the map is by Ortelius (The Early Maps of Scotland p.169) £80-100 72 FE528/12 India and Burma - Walker, John Map of India, shewing the British territories, subdivided into Collectorates and including British Burmah, with the position and boundary of each native state, executed by order of the government of India. London: W.H. Allen & Co., 1889. Large hand-coloured folding map of India, divided by section and backed on linen, in four sheets, each sheet 855 x 875mm., original slipcase Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-300 73 FE551/16 Jode, Gerard de - Gastaldi, Giacomo Africae ut terra mariq[ue], lustrata est, propiissima ac verè genuina descriptio, observatis ad unguem gradibus longitudinis et latitudinis. [Antwerp: Gerarde de Jode, c.1573]. 405 x 520mm., Latin text on verso, First or Intermediate State with Latin text on verso but without the addition of “Cum privilegio” in the title cartouche, engraved map hand-coloured in outline, two small holes close to central fold with very slight loss, slightly discoloured/spotted, hole in lower margin, top right corner of margin renewed Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh

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Note: “This is an exceedingly rare, folio-size map of Africa by Gerard de Jode. It is clearly based on the famous eight sheet Giacomo Gastaldi wall map of Africa of 1564. Within the title, De Jode recognises Gastaldi as the author of this work (“Autore M. Iacobo Castoldo”). As De Jode was represented at the important Frankfurt Book Fair where he bought and sold maps, he possibly obtained a copy of the Gastaldi wall map of Africa during one of these fairs. Other than reducing Gastaldi’s heavily detailed, eight-sheet map to one folio-sized map, thus omitting numerous text passages and place names, the basic outline for Africa and its hydrographical and topographic features are the same. Koeman (1967-71) theorizes that De Jode may have been inspired to issue his own atlas, based on the immediate success of Abraham Ortelius’ Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. It is therefore likely that this map of Africa may have been prepared sometime after 1570, but before 1578, with the intention that it would eventually be included in his own atlas pending De Jode’s receipt of a publisher’s privilege intended to prevent unauthorized copying of his maps. Although De Jode attempted to receive a royal privilege starting in about 1573, he was not to be granted his royal privilege until 1577. Prior to 1578, it appears that De Jode printed a number of separate,

folio-size maps without text on the verso while he waited for his privilege. It is likely that the second state of De Jode’s map of Africa, with the addition of the “cum privilegio” at the bottom right within the title cartouche below the De Jode imprint, was prepared just before the publication of De Jode’s Speculum Orbis Terrarum in 1578. The map was engraved by Johannes and Lucas van Deutecum (with the imprint at bottom of Ioannes a Deutecum / Lucas a Deutecum / fecerunt.) De Jode’s atlas was not a financial success and no other editions were published. In total, a dozen or so examples of his atlas are said to have survived. Consequently, all maps by Gerard de Jode are quite rare. A revised map of Africa, using a new copperplate, was issued in 1593 by his son, Cornelis. This new map was included in Cornelis De Jode’s atlas of 1593, the Speculum Orbis Terrae. The present map would appear to be an intermediate state between Betz’s 14.1 First state of 1573, and 14.2 Second State 1578 which calls for “cum privilegio” in the title cartouche and Latin text on verso. Betz 14.1; Koeman 1967-71: II, Jod 1 (3) £1,200-1,800 17

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74 FE532/3 Johnston, Andrew A new map of the north part of Scotland, ca.1725?, 40.5x48.5cm., trimmed and laid-down; [Idem] A new map of the south part of Scotland, ca. 1725?, 40.5x48.5cm, trimmed and laid-down; Bonne, Rigobert Carte du Royaume d’Ecosse, Paris: 1771, 54.5x38cm; [Idem] Carte de l’Ecosse,1770-1800?, 44x29cm; all maps hand-coloured in outline (4) £200-250 75 FC269/133 Jomini, Général Baronde Traité des grandes opérations militaires, et histoire critique des campagnes de la révolution. [Paris: [N.p.] 1811-1813?] 4to, 2 atlas volumes only, first volume complete with 29 folding maps and plans, second volume has 13 folding maps, contemporary half calf, upper boards detached and rubbed, a little dust soiling and spotting to the maps (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 76 FA930/17F Kip, J[ohannes] Framed and glazed copper engraving by J. Kip of Didmarton the Seat of Robert Codrington, Esq., from Britannia Illustrata, or Views of Several of the Queens Palaces also of the Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain. London: 1709, 620x700 mm including frame, one very small repair to plate; Perée, [Jacques Louis] Two framed and glazed steel engraved plates depicting tools from Atlas du Voyage à la Recherche de la Pérouse. Paris, 1798 (3) £100-150 77 FE551/13 Kitchin, Thomas Geographia Scotiae, being new and correct maps of all the counties and islands in the Kingdom of Scotland. London: D. Browne, T. Osborne &c., 1756. 8vo, 33 double-page engraved maps, contemporary calf, bookplate of Alexander Stuart of Inchbreck, neat repair to inner margin of title, contemporary calf, rubbed, joints split, 13 maps with short split at fold Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £500-700 78 FE10/1 Knox, James [W. Blackwood] Map of the county of Edinburgh from actual survey by James Knox, new edition with the lines of railway... 1847. Edinburgh: W. & A.K. Johnston, c.1849. 4 sheets folded down centre and rolled, each 56x74.5cm, outlines coloured, very fine copy £300-400

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79 FE528/15 Map Bibliographies: Olaus Magnus & Martin Behaim - Ravenstein, E.G. Martin Behaim, his life and his globe. London, 1908. Folio, number 9 of 510 copies, with facsimile of Behaim’s globe in 4 sheets printed in colors in pocket at end, original cloth-backed boards, uncut, slipcase, bookplate of John Bartholomew, slipcase rubbed; Brown, Basil Astronomical atlases, maps and charts. London, 1922. 4to, plates, original vellum, small tear to head of spine; Lynam, Edward The carta marina of Olaus Magnus, Venice 1539 & Rome 1572. Jenkintown: Tall Tree Library, 1949. 8vo, plates, original cloth; Rylands, Thomas G. The geography of Ptolemy elucidated. Dublin, 1893. 4to, plates, cloth, dust-jacket (4) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-250 80 FE528/10 Maps of Scotland - Black, Adam & Charles Black’s county atlas of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1848. 4to, engraved frontispiece and 37 (of 39) hand-coloured engraved maps, (lacking map of Ayrshire and Selkirk), original green cloth gilt, note on endpaper and notes to margin of a few maps by John Bartholomew, map publisher, lacks lower part of spine; Johnston, W. Gellatly’s new map of the country 12 miles round Edinburgh. Gellatly, 1836. Handcoloured engraved map, dissected and laid down on linen, 645 x 570mm., slipcase with original printed label; Knox, James Map of the basin of the Firth of Forth. Edinburgh: J. Anderson, 1828. Engraved map, hand-coloured in outline, dissected and backed on linen, 655 x 822mm., cloth slipcase with original printed label; [Idem] Map of the Basin of the Tay. Edinburgh: J. Anderson, 1831. Engraved map, handcoloured in outline, dissected and laid down on linen, 652 x 830mm., slipcase with original printed label; [Idem] The topography of the basin of the Tay, intended as a companion to the map of the basin of the Tay. Edinburgh, 1831. 8vo, 3 engraved plates, original cloth, lower joint split; Gardner, W.R. New & improved map of Scotland. London: W. Darton, [c.1830]. Engraved map, hand-coloured in outline, dissected and backed on linen, 765 x 638mm., Leigh, Samuel Leigh’s new road map of England, Wales and Scotland. London: S. Leigh, [c.1830]. 2 hand-coloured engraved maps, dissected and backed on linen, folding into green morocco travelling case with leather tongue; Kincaid, Alexander The history of Edinburgh. Edinburgh: for the author, 1787. 8vo, 2 folding plans, contemporary calf, both plans repaired without loss, rubbed, cover detached; [Melrose] A description of the parish of Melrose. Edinburgh: J. Martin, 1769. 12mo, morocco-backed cloth; Bartholomew & Co. Bartholomew’s “half-inch to mile” map of Scotland. New Series, sheet 2 only; and one O.S. sheet [Kelso, sheet 25] only, c. 1873 (12) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £400-500

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81 FE532/4 Maps of Scotland, a quantity including Kitchin, T and Barber, J. The Western Isles, London: 1781, 18.5x24.5cm, hand-coloured, trimmed and laid-down; [Anonymous, possibly after Kitchin or Campbell] A new and accurate map of Scotland from the latest surveys, London[?]: 1794, 29.5x25.5cm, some slight offsetting onto engraved area; Keere, Pieter van den Scotia regnum, Amsterdam: 1673, 28x21.5cm, hand-coloured in outline; Vaugondy, Gilles Robert de Royaume d’Ecosse..., Paris: 1748, 32x21cm, hand-coloured in outline; Keere, Pieter van den Hebrides insulae, Amsterdam: ca.1630[?], 9.5x14.5cm, hand-coloured; Ortelius, Abraham Scotia, from Ortelus’s miniature Theatrum, Amsterdam: 1601, 17x12cm; Kitchin, T. Scotland from the best authorities, London: 1765[?], 35.5x22.5cm; Ordnance Survey Sutherland. London: 1896. Folding map, linen backed, 100x137cm, in slipcase; and others (quantity) £300-400 82 FE669/1 Meikleham, Edward Map of the country for ten miles round Glasgow. Glasgow: Maclure and MacDonald, [n.d., 1852?]. Hand-coloured engraved map, with engraved vignettes at the corners, dissected and backed on linen, 60.5 x 66cm., cloth covers with paper label on upper cover, paper label somewhat rubbed, covers a little soiled; Ordnance Survey Edinburghshire. Southampton: [n.d., blind stamp reading April 1861] Engraved map dissected and backed on linen, 36 panels each 17x11cm in maroon gilt case, case a little dust-soiled and faded (2) £200-300 83 FE155/20 Moore, Joseph - Burma, Rangoon Fourteen framed and glazed hand-coloured engraved plates taken from: Eighteen Views Taken at or near Rangoon London: Kingsbury & Co. and Thomas Clay, 1825-1826, first edition, prints 49x34cm outwith frames, images are as follows: The position of part of the army previous to attacking the Stockades...; The principal approach to the Great Dragon Pagoda...; The storming of one of the principal Stockages on its inside...; The storming of the lesser Stockade at Kemmendine...; View of the Great Dragon Pagoda and the adjacent scenery...; Scene upon the terrace of the Great Dragon Pagoda...; The Golden Temple of the principal Idol Guadma...; Scene upon the Eastern Road... (very slight marginal foxing); View of the landing at Rangoon of part of the Combined Forces... (some very minor darkening, mostly marginal); Scene from the upper terrace of the Great Pagoda...; The attack of the Stockades at Pagoda Point... (some slight darkening); The conflagration of Dalla on the Rangoon River (some very slight marginal darkening); Scene upon the terrace of the Great Dragon Pagoda...taken from the Great Bell; Inside view of the Gold Temple on the Terrace of the Great Dragon Pagoda... (14) £600-800

84 FE528/4 Paris - Janvier, J.D. & Longchamps. Nouveau plan de la ville et faubourgs de Paris par elevation. Paris: Srs. Longchamps et Janvier, Géographes, 1763. Large folding plan of Paris, inset views to foot and either side, dissected and backed on linen, some marks and spots, one small area of surface wear, loose in later worn cloth case Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £150-250 85 FD327/1 Perthshire - Stobie, James The counties of Perth and Clackmannan. Survey’d and Publish’d by James Stobie. Engraved by Thomas Conder, corrected in the year 1805, with inset views of Atholl House, Taymouth, Castle Huntly, Dunkeld, Doune Gastle, Keir, Gartmore, Shaw Park, Marlie, Belmont Castle, Balgowan and Perth, on 48 sheets, sheet size 28.5 x 24cm., hand-coloured sections around Strath Gartnet, Aberfoil and Callander, some very slight offsetting from engravings, folded into contemporary half morocco covers, rubbed, upper board detached £300-400 86 FE551/23 Rennell, James A Bengal atlas... Court of Directors for the affairs of the East India Company, 1780. Folio, 13 maps (10 with coloured outlines), ‘index map’, contemporary calf gilt, upper joint splitting, spine a little chipped and rubbed, some rubbing to boards and bumping to corners, very minor darkening to some maps but generally clean Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £1,500-2,000 See illustration on page 20 87 FE528/11 Scotland - Black, Adam and Charles Black’s county atlas of Scotland. Edinburgh: A. & C. Black, 1848. 4to, engraved frontispiece and 39 hand-coloured engraved maps on 37 sheets, original brown cloth lettered in gilt, inscribed “John Bartholomew” on front endpaper, with a few pencilled annotations, probably by John Bartholomew, spine rubbed Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £300-400 88 FE528/2 Scotland - Moll, Hermann Scotland delineated or thirty six new and correct maps of North Britain. London: Thomas Bowles, 1745. Oblong folio, 2 folding maps and 34 engraved county maps, hand-coloured in outline, nineteenth century half calf Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £600-800

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89 FE528/3 Switzerland Atlas - Keller, H. Atlas de la Suisse dessiné par MM. H. Keller, Scheurmann, Pfyffer d’Althishofen, Osterwald, etc., gravé par M. Scheurmann. Zurich: Orell Fussli & Co., [c.1829]. Oblong 4to (26 x 35.5cm), 19 engraved maps hand-coloured in outline, original wrappers Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-250 90 FC261/1 [von Reilly, Franz Johann Joseph] 3 framed and glazed maps of the Hebrides, ca. 1789(?): Die Insel Ila, Nro 692 image size 300x205mm; Die Insel Jura, Nro 691 image size 340x205mm; and Die Insel Arran image size 320x265mm; handcoloured outlines with pale green wash over Jura (3) £200-300 91 FB314/8 Yorkshire - Modern, Robert The East Riding of Yorkshire. Hand-coloured engraved map, 36 x 43cm., framed and glazed £80-100

CONTINENTAL BOOKS 92 FC269/24 Aesop Les fables d’Esope... Amsterdam: Etienne Roger, 1714. 4to, engraved frontispiece, 27 full page engravings and other engraved vignettes, contemporary calf, bookplate, spine and covers rubbed, joints splitting slightly, pp.61-64, pp.97-98, pp.119-120, pp.173-174 and pp.209-210 lacking, some dampstaining, a few marginal tears

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Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-400 93 FC268/2 Aristotle Organum. Frankfurt: Andreas Wechelus & Thomas Guarino, 1577. 4to, later half calf, spine and corners rubbed, some pages dust-soiled and spotted, title page loose, hinges weak; Cicero, Marcus Tullius Opera omnia. Amsterdam: Ludovicum et Danielem Elzevirios, 1661. 4to, engraved title, contemporary vellum, binding soiled, margins a little dust-soiled, hinges splitting, 636/1339 pages; Terentius Afer, Publius Comoediae. London: [n.p.], 1854. 4to, contemporary calf with gilt doublures, g.e.; Sold not subject to return (3) £200-300 94 FC269/85 Astolfi, Giovanni Felice Scelta curiosa et ricca officiana... Venice: Marchiò Seffa, [1602?] 4to, woodcut vignettes and initials, later calf with tooling in gilt and blind, g.e., some rubbing to spine and joints, some slight darkening

95 FC269/75 Baïf, Lazarede Annotationes in legem II... Basil: Froben, 1537. 4to, numerous woodcut illustrations and initials, publisher’s device to colophon, contemporary black calf, rebacked, panelled with blind tooled acorns, bookplate of John Rowden Freme, upper cover detached, lower joint splitting, covers rubbed, clasps broken, a few annotations in ink, some occasional spotting [USTC 671791] Note Collates: 323 [8] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £500-700

Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300

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96 FC269/41 Bertall [Anoux, Charles Albert d’] La vigne, voyage autour des vins de France. Paris: E. Plon et Cie., 1878. 4to, frontispiece, illustrations, burgundy half morocco, g.e., some fading to covers and spine, endpapers a little spotted, upper hinge detaching from text block Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 97 FC269/80 Bloemaert, Abraham Oorspronkelyk en vermaard konstryk tekenboek. Amsterdam: Reiner and Joshua Ottens, 1740. Folio, coloured engraved frontispiece, title in red and black, coloured engraved portrait, engraved dedication, 172 engraved plates (7 coloured orange), contemporary half calf, some rubbing and slight chipping to boards and spine Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £900-1,200 98 FC269/17 Bruni, Leonardo Libro de la guerra de ghotti... Venice: Nicolo d’Aristotile detto Zoppino de Ferrara, 1528. 8vo, engraved title page, engraved device to colophon, contemporary calf, joints splitting slightly, rubbed, first free-endpaper torn, some light spotting Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £250-350 99 FC263/4 Calmet, Augustin Traité sur les apparitions des esprits et sur les vampires, ou les revenans de Hongrie, de Moravie &c. Paris: Debure l’aîne, 1751. 2 volumes, 12mo, contemporary calf, small repair to foot of first title, worn; [Bodoni Press] - Epictetus. [Manuale de Epitteto volgarizzato da Eretisco Pilenejo]. Parma: in aedibus Palatinis, typis Bodonianis, 1793. Small 8vo, marbled boards, slightly wormed in inner margin at end, worn; Boutet, Claude Traité de mignature, pour apprendre aisement à peintre sans maistre. Paris: C. Ballard, 1697. 12mo, contemporary calf, corners bumped, joints cracked; Chesterfield, Lord Lettres du comte de Chesterfield à son fils. Rotterdam: H. Beman, 1779. 4 volumes, 12mo, contemporary half calf, slightly rubbed; Gersaint, E.F. Catalogue raisonné des bijoux, porcelaines, bronzes, lacqs, lustres de cristal de roche et de porcelaine. Paris: P. Prault, 1747. 12mo, contemporary calf, rubbed; Cretin, Guillaume Les poésies. Paris, 1723. 12mo, contemporary calf; Martial de Paris Les poésies. Paris, 1724. 12mo, contemporary calf; Marot, Jean Les oeuvres. Paris, 1723; Lamont, Monsier de Les fonctions de tous les officiers de l’infanterie. Paris, 1668. 12mo, contemporary vellum; Bibliotheque Physico-Economique instructive et amusante. Paris, 1788. Volume 2 only, 12mo, folding plates, contemporary calf; Cottin, Marie Malvina. Paris, 1805. 3 volumes, 12mo, contemporary half calf, and 10 others (33) £200-300

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100 FC237/22 Carracci, Annibale Imagines Farnesiane cubiculi cum ipsarum monocromatibus et ornamentis Romae in aedibus Sereniss. Duciss Parmensis. Rome, [c. 1690]. Oblong folio, 12 plates and title page engraved by Petro Aquila, half morocco gilt, some light foxing and dampstaining to plates, hinges splitting and rubbing to spine and covers, cover detached Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £500-700 101 FC269/50 Dicta Sapientum [Anonymous] Dicta septem sapientum, & eorum qui cum iis numerantur. Paris: Guilaume Morel, 1558 [1559]. 8vo, 20th century brown morocco gilt, g.e., text in Greek and Latin, four pages with Latin translation in minute early script [USTC 198327] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton Note: The USTC lists a copy at Besançon , Bibliothèque Municipale. A copy is also held by the British Library. £400-600

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102 FC269/8 Erasmus, Desiderius Bucolicon... Cologne: Heronis Alopecij, 1539. 8vo, slightly later speckled calf, bookplate to paste-down endpaper, spine slightly rubbed and splitting at top, corners a little bumped [Adams E511]

some very slight foxing and dampstaining but mostly very clean, binding rubbed; Morlent, M.J. Le havre et son arrondissement. Havre: J. Morlent, 1840. 4to, 2 volumes, 3 folding maps, 54 plates (1 coloured, 1 folding), contemporary quarter calf, two maps torn, some foxing, bindings rubbed; and a quantity of others

Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-400

Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £400-500

103 FC269/13 Florus, Juan de Della nobilta et eccellenza... Venice: Gabriel Giolito de Ferrarii, 1544. 8vo, first blank lacking, headlines cropped; [bound with] Aletiphilo, Leilo (Translator) Historia di Avrelio et Isabella... Venice: Gabriel Gioli di Ferrarii, 1563. 8vo, headlines croped; [bound with] Sansovino, Francesco Talti Ragionamento. Mantua: Mag. Mad. Gasparina, 1545. 8vo; later vellum, bookplate to paste-down endpaper, some notes in ink to free-endpaper

106 FC263/2 Hales, Stephen Haemastatique, ou la statique des animaux: expériences hydrauliques faites sur des animaux vivants. Geneva: les Hérit. Cramer & Frères Philibert, 1744. First French edition, 4to, one folding letterpress plate; [bound with] Hales, Stephen La statique des vegetaux, et l’analyse de l’air. Experiences nouvelles lûes à la Société Royale de Londres. First French edition, 4to, translated by De Buffon, 20 illustrations on 10 folding engraved plates, errata leaf, contemporary vellum backed marbled boards, slightly worn, small library label of the SchönbornBuchheim Library on upper cover

Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 104 FC269/72 Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier de Oeuvres... The Hague: Gosse & Neaulme, 1728-1729. 3 volumes, engraved frontispiece with portrait, titles in red and black, 5 engraved plates, contemporary calf, bookplates, covers rubbed, spines lacking, slight spotting and solme marginal dampstaining, small hole to upper margin of page 65 in volume 2 with loss of page number (3) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £250-350 105 FC269/128 French Literature Challamel, Augustin Histoire-musée de la République française... Paris: Challamel, 1842. 4to, 2 volumes, contemporary half morocco, g.e., bookplates of Lord Gretton; Dictionnaire de l’Académie françoise Paris: Bossange, 1822. 4to, 2 volumes, contemporary tree calf, bookplates of Lord Gretton, a little rubbed and foxed; Twiss, Richard Voyage en Portugal et en Espagne... Berne: la Société Typographique, 1776. Large 12mo, contemporary half calf, rubbed; Roy, M. le La marine des anciens peuples, expliquée... Paris: Nyon & Stoupe, 1777. 8vo, 6 engraved plates; [bound with] [Idem] Les navires des anciens... Paris: Nyon, 1783. 8vo, engraved plate, contemporary tree calf, spine a little rubbed and joints beginning to split, bookplate of the Hamilton Palace Library; [Anonymous (M.B.)] Memoires sur la vie de Madameoiselle de Lenclos. Amsterdam: François Joly, 1775. 8vo, engraved portrait, contemporary calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, rubbed, some slight darkening; Milliere, Marchionis de la Livre sans nom. Paris: Michel Brunet, 1695. 8vo, engraved frontispiece, contemporary calf with gilt embossed armorial stamp, rubbed; Flaubert, Gustave La tentation de Saint Antoine. Paris: Charpentier, 1874. 8vo, contemporary half morocco, bookplate of Lord Gretton,

Note: In “Haemastatique” is recorded Hales’s invention of the manometer, with which he was the first to measure blood pressure. His work is the greatest single contribution to our knowledge of the vascular system after Harvey. In “La statiques des vegetaux” Hales studied the movement of sap in plants and discovered what is now known as root pressure, and also that plants take carbon dioxide from the air as an essential nutrient. Hales’s work on the analysis of air led to his invention of artificial ventilation. This copy has a cancel title with the imprint of Debure l’aîné. £250-350 107 FC237/288 Herbelot, Barthélemy d’ Bibliotheque orientale, ou dictionnaire universel. Maestricht: J.E. Doufour & P. Roux, 1776. Folio, title printed in red and black, halftitle, contemporary calf, rebacked, head and foot of spine, corners and upper joint rubbed Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £300-400 108 FC269/70 l’Abbé Barthelemy Voyage du jeune anacharsis en Grèce... Paris: Chez Etienne Ledoux, 1822. Oblong folio, 44 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, rubbed, occasional light spotting and dust-soiling; Doré, Gustave Spain... London: Sampson Low, Marston, Low, and Searle, 1876. Large 4to, contemporary calf, rubbed, first and last few pages foxed (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £250-400

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109 FE551/20 l’Academie Royale des Médailles & des Inscriptions Médailles sur les principaux evenements du regne de Louis le Grand... Paris: l’Imprimerie Royale, 1702. 4to, engraved frontispiece, 297 engraved vignettes showing coins, contemporary calf, upper cover detached, spine rubbed, boards rubbed and scratched, occasional dampstaining, small sticker to upper cover and another to spine Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £300-400 110 FC269/130 Le Cabinet des Fées Ou collection choisie des contes des fées et autres contes merveilleux... Amsterdam: Rue et Hôtel Serpente, 1785-1789. 8vo, 41 volumes, contemporary mottled calf, bookplates of Mr A. Holmes and Lord Gretton, several covers and spines detached, rubbed, joints splitting; Gibbon, Edward The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire. London: A. Strahan, 1788-1790. 8vo, 12 volumes, contemporary calf, bookplates with previous owner’s name scratched out, rubbed, joints splitting, several labels lacking; Sold not subject to return (53) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-400 111 FA335/11 [Liger, Louis] Le ménage des champs, et de la ville, ou nouveau cuisinier françois accommodé au goût du temps. Paris: Damien Beugnié, 1714, engraved frontispiece, 5 folding engraved plates; [Idem] Le ménage des champs, et de la ville, ou nouveau jardinier françois accommodé au goût du temps. Paris: Damien Beugnié, 1715 , woodcut illustrations, together 2 volumes, 12mo, uniform contemporary calf gilt, occasional slight staining, printing flaw affecting headline on Aa2 in volume II, bindings rubbed, spines chipped; Eliot, T.S. dust-jackets for ‘What is a Classic?’ (London: Faber and Faber, ca.1944-1950. 8vo., cream with red and black title) and ‘Ash Wednesday’ (London: Faber and Faber, 1930?. 8vo., green with red foliate border around black title) (4) £250-350 112 FD391/30 Marcello, Pietro Vite de’ prencipi di vinegia. Venice: Plinio Pietrasanta, 1557. Small 4to, woodcut initials, publisher’s device to title, later quarter calf with vellum corners and marbled boards, title repaired, occasional marginal worming with loss of a few letters in index only, occasional dampstaining £150-200

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113 FC269/100 Mercurialis, Hieronymus for oliviensis...opuscula aurea & selectoria... Venice: Iuntas & Baba, 1644. 4to, title in red and black, half-title, contemporary calf, rubbed, spine peeling, half-title dust-soiled, pages 367-368 lacking Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-400 114 FC269/12 Oribasius, Sardianus Commentariorum in Hippocratis aphorismos... Paris: Simon Colin, 1533. 8vo, later quarter vellum, calf rubbed, title page dust-soiled, some slight marginal darkening, A4, A7 and A8 lacking Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200

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115 FD318/1 Pronti, Domenico Nuova raccolta rappresentante i costumi religiosi civili, e militari degli antichi Egiziani, Etruschi, Greci, e Romani. Tratti degli antichi monumenti per uso de’ professori delle belle arti. Rome, [c.1800]. First edition, oblong 4to, engraved title, plan and 48 engraved plates, contemporary half calf £100-150 116 FD391/31 Roman Missal Ioan V Missale ad usum sacrosanctae Romanae ecclesiae, recens diligenti studio recognitum. Lyon: printed by Hugues de la Porte, 1544. Large 8vo, printed in red and black, woodcut initials and vignettes, 17th century (?) calf, spine gilt, binding rubbed, hinges broken, lacks colophon, very occasional dampstaining and slight soiling to pages but generally clean; and one other £200-300 117 FC269/129 Rousseau, Jean-Jacques Oeuvres complettes. Paris: Bélin, Caille, Grégoire & Volland, 1793. 12mo, 37 volumes, contemporary speckled calf, gilt tooled spines, covers a little rubbed, a few volumes soiled around covers and edges,

several volumes lacking labelszz ; Voyages imaginaires, songes, visions et romans cabalistiques... Amsterdam: Rue et Hotel Serpente, 1787-1789. 8vo, 39 volumes, contemporary mottled calf with gilt tooled spines, bookplates of Lord Gretton and Lady Ashburton, some spines and corners slightly chipped, some gouges to covers of volumes 1, 7 and 34, additional photographs and full condition report available upon request (76) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £500-700 118 FC269/91 Sanchez, Thomas Disputationum de sancto matrimonii sacremento. Antwerp: Henricus Aertssius, 1626. Folio, 3 volumes in one, contemporary vellum with embossed floral motif to covers, title painted in red on spine, binding a little soiled, repair to page 403 of volume 1, a few small holes in volumes 2 and 3 with loss of a couple of letters, darkening to some pages; Domenichi, Lodovico Dialoghi. Venice: Gabriel Giolioto, 1562. 8vo, publisher’s device to colophon, contemporary? vellum, a small amount of spotting, collates [28], 364, 385-399, [1] (Z7-AA8 possibly never bound in), [USTC 827379] (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300

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121 119 FC269/76 [Scudéry, Madeleine] Nouvelles conversations de morale... Paris: Sebastien MabreCramoisy, 1688. First edition, 12mo, 2 volumes, engraved frontispiece, contemporary red calf gilt, g.e., covers and spines a little rubbed and soiled, some dampstaining, predominantly marginal (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-250 120 FC237/143 Stuart, James Francis Edward (1688-1766) - “The Old Pretender” Funerali di Giacomo III Re della Gran Brettagna celebrati per ordine di nostro signore Papa Clemente XIII. Rome: Salvioni, 1766. Folio, engraved frontispiece and 2 large folding engraved plates, engraved headpieces, initials and culs-de-lampes, contemporary marbled boards, some slight dampstaining to plates, long tear to one plate neatly repaired, occasional light spotting, spine rubbed and partially lacking Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £300-400 121 FC269/47 Tasso, Torquato Il goffredo, ovvero Gerusalemme liberata. Venice: Antonio Groppo, 1760-1761. Folio in sixes, 2 volumes, engraved frontispiece, portrait, red and black title in volume 1, 20 engraved plates, other engraved vignettes, contemporary vellum, covers a little soiled and faded (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £800-1,200 26

122 FC237/55 Tavernier, Jean Baptiste Nouvelle relation de l’interieur du serrail du grand seigneur. Paris: O. de Varennes, 1675. First edition, 4to, additional engraved title, contemporary calf, slight wear to head and foot of spine Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £600-900 123 FC269/73 Terentius Afer, Publius Les comédies... Paris: Louis Cellot, 1771. 2 volumes (of 3), 2 engraved frontispieces, 3 engraved plates, contemporary mottled calf, bookplates of Joseph Knight, spines a little rubbed and cracked; Fontaine, Jean de la Contes et nouvelles en vers... Paris: Libraires Associés, 1791 and 1796. 8vo, portrait, engraved frontispiece, 84 engraved plates, contemporary calf, bokplates, slightly rubbed, spines darkened (4) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-250 124 FC269/14 Tibaldeo, Antonio Opere d’amore. [Venice]: n.p., 1534. 8vo, engraved title, woodcut device to colophon, contemporary? calf, joints split, spine and corners a little chewed, some slight dampstaining Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-400

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125 FC269/15 Virgil Opere... Venice: Domenico Farri, 1573. 8vo, woodcut initials and vignettes, contemporary? calf, spine gilt, upper cover detached, lower joint split, spine and boards rubbed, repaired wormholes with loss of a few letters, very occasional spotting Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton ÂŁ150-200

126 FC269/53 Visscher, Nicolaus or Claes Jansz Theatrum biblicum... [Alemaer?]: [n.p.] 1650. Oblong folio, 4 engraved titles, 434 leaves of plates (of 451?), with additional cut-down copies of 8 plates, ruled in red, contemporary gilt tooled panelled calf, heraldic bookplates of the Earl of Ormonde and Ofsory and of Richard William Smith Griffith, rubbed, a few plates with closed tears and small holes Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton ÂŁ1,500-2,000

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127 FC237/45 Zampieri, Domenico Picturae. Rome: 1762. Folio, contemporary half calf, engraved portrait and 28 double plates, some rubbing and bumping to spine and covers, some foxing and slight damp staining Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £500-700

HISTORY & MILITARY 128 FC269/3 ‘A Sea-Officer’ [Mathews, Thomas] A narrative of the proceedings of His Majesty’s fleet in the Mediterranean... from the year 1741, to March 1744. London: J. Millan, 1744. Small 4to, 4 folding maps, 2 folding tables, 5 pages of naval list, lacks advertisements, contemporary quarter calf, bookplate to paste-down, spine and covers rubbed, some slight marginal dampstaining and browning, title page dust-soiled [ESTC T39592] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 129 FC269/2 ‘Remarquo’ Voyage to the Antipodes, a simile in a dialogue between Remarquo, a member of the English Flying-Squadron, and a sayler. London: printed and are to be sold by most booksellers in London and Westminster, 1703. Small 4to, contemporary half calf, bookplate to paste-down endpaper, page 3 misnumbered as page 1, slightly darkened, covers and spine rubbed, upper joint splitting, some page numbers lacking due to binder’s trimming [ESTC T120640] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 130 FE628/1 Almack, Edward The history of the Second Dragoons, “Royal Scots Greys”. London: Alexander Moring Ltd., n.d. [1908]. 4to, 44 illustrations on 43 plates (3 in colour), original quarter vellum with gilt lettering, previous owner’s bookplate to paste-down endpaper, endpapers a little darkened; and 2 place card holders with the eagle standard of the Royal Scots Greys £200-300 131 FC269/7 Barclay, John Argenis. London: Richard Meighen and Henry Seile, 1628. First edition, 8vo, contemporary calf, bookplate attached to inside of lower board, note attached to inside of upper board, calf rubbed and coming away from boards in places with a couple of gouge marks, covers detached, tear in lower margin of page 485 with no loss of text, some very slight marginal worming, first blank torn, some spotting and darkening, portrait lacking [ESTC S100796] [STC (2nd edition) 1393] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300

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132 FC269/90 Barnes, Joshua The history of that most victorious monarch Edward III. Cambridge: John Hayes, 1688. Folio, engraved frontispiece showing portrait and 2 engraved plates (of 5?), contemporary calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, later spine, some rubbing, very occasiomal spotting [ESTC R7544] [Wing B871]; Buck, Sir George The history of the life and reigne of Richard the third. London: W. Wilson, 1646. First edition, 4to, contemporary calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, covers detached, spine lacking, some dampstaining, portrait, frontispiece, plate and final 8 leaves (following the Epigramma) lacking [ESTC R19914] [Wing B5306]; [Camden, William] Tomus alter, & faden: or the historie of the life and reigne of that famous princesse Elizabeth... London: Thomas Harper, 1629. 4to, woodcut engraved portrait of Elizabeth I, contemporary calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, covers and spine rubbed, joints split, lacks plates, [ESTC S107375 ] [STC (2nd edition) 4498] (3) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton Note: Camden collates [32], 259, 268-384, [100] whilst ESTC calls for [36], 259, 268384, [104] £250-350 133 FC269/66 Barriffe, William Militarie discipline... London: John Dawson, 1643. Small 4to, portrait, engraved armorial (‘Arma Pacis Fulcra’), one folding plate (of 2), contemporary calf, bookplate, binding a little rubbed and soiled, some dust- and dampstaining, slight spotting, a few annotations in ink in an early hand, very small tear to foremargin on page 100 [ESTC R6178] [Wing (2nd edition) B918] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £400-600 134 FC269/33 Blackwell, John A compendium of military discipline... London: printed for the author, 1726. 8vo, 2 engraved folding plates, 1 folding table, contemporary calf, rubbed, joints splitting [ESTC N4675] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 135 FC269/37 Blanckley, Thomas Riley A naval expositior. London: E. Orven, 1750. 4to, engraved title, engraved illustrations in page margins, contemporary calf, bookplate, rubbed, some soiling to covers, upper cover detached, endpapers and title a little darkened, offsetting from title to endpaper [ESTC T131269] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £1,000-1,500

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136 FC269/42 Brenton, Edward Pelham The naval history of Great Britain. London: C. Rice, 1823-.1825 8vo, 5 volumes, 33 portraits, maps and plates (lacking map of Santa Cruz and portrait of Admiral Rainer), contemporary calf gilt, bookplates, spines and covers a little rubbed and faded, upper joint of volume 3 split, some foxing and spotting to plates, occasional offsetting (5)

139 FC269/113 Coehoorn, Menno de, Baron - Savery, Thomas (Translator) The new method of fortification. London: Daniel Midwinter, 1705. Folio, title in red and black, 16 engraved plates (13 folding), contemporary calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, upper cover detached, lower part of spine lacking, rubbed, some spotting and darkening [ESTC T101519]

Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300

Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-400

137 FC269/51 Brodrick, Thomas A compleat history of the late war in the Netherlands... London: Thomas Ward, 1713. 8vo, 2 volumes, 15 folding maps and plans, contemporary calf, bookplates, volume 1 covers detached, volume 2 upper cover detached, some gouge marks to covers, spines rubbed, occasional light spotting and dust-soiling [ESTC T114756] (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200

140 FC787/8 Cox, Sir Richard Hibernia anglicana... London: Joseph Watts, 1689-1690. First edition, 4to, 2 volumes, large folding map, modern blue binding with marbled boards, some dust soiling and spotting, tear to corners of a couple of pages with loss of some page numbers, closed tear to page 70 in volume 1 with no loss of text, pp.381-384 lacking in volume 1, small marginal burn to page 165 in volume 2, [Wing C6722], [ESTC R5067] £300-400

138 FC269/39 Campbell, John Lives of the admirals... London: T. Osbourne, C. Hitch and L. Hawes..., 1761. 8vo, 4 volumes, 10 portraits, 13 folding maps, 2 folding plates, contemporary calf, bookplates, spines rubbed, a few gouge marks and some slight fading to covers, occasional light spotting, very small amount of marginal worming in volume 3 with no loss of text [ESTC N19198] (4)

141 FC269/134 Cunningham, Charles A narrative of occurrences that took place during the mutiny at the Nore... Chatham: printed by William Burrill, 1829. 8vo, original? boards, bookplate of Lord Gretton, joints split, a little foxing, newspaper clipping laid down onto page 24 relating to Her Majesty’s ship Scout’s Proportions, does not obscure text, a few words scored out with ink

Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300

Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £100-200

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142 FC237/217 [Defoe, Daniel] The secret history of the October Club: from its original to this time. By a member. London: Printed in the Year 1711. First edition, 2 parts in one volume, half-title, calf gilt by Riviere, Henry Carlisle Tuttle copy with bookplate, [ESTC T066270; ECCO CB3327024575]; [Idem] The Scots nation and union vindicated, from the reflections cast on them, in an infamous libel. London: A. Bell for J. Baker, 1714. First edition, 4to., 28pp., modern wrappers, [ECCO CW3300186351]; [Idem] An essay at removing national prejudices, against a union with England. Part III. [London]: printed in the year 1706. 4to, 35pp., one leaf misbound; A fifth essay, at removing national prejudices. [London]: Printed in the year MDCVII [but 1707]. 4to, [8], 35pp., 2 works in one volume, blue morocco- backed cloth, Earl of Perth’s crest on upper board; [ECCO CW3304801378 & CW3304682743] (3) Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £500-700 143 FC269/109 Dickinson, Thomas A narrative of the operation for the recovery of the public stores and treasure sunk in H.M.S. Thetis. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman, 1836. 8vo, engraved frontispiece, 4 maps and plates; [bound with] [Idem] A diary of the wreck of his majesty’s ship Challenger... London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman, 1836. 8vo, folding map and 3 plates (2 folding), contemporary half calf, lower board lacking, spine lacking, upper cover rubbed, pages generally very clean with very occasional light spotting and a small amount to dust-soiling to some edges, plate showing the ‘View of Leiibu’ torn in two along fold Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-250 144 FC237/147 Douglas, Robert, Sir The peerage of Scotland. Edinburgh: George Ramsay and Co., 1813. Folio, 2 volumes, 17 engraved plates of coats of arms, contemporary calf with gilt tooled decoration, foxing to plates, very neatly rebacked (2) Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £150-200 145 FC237/29 Drummond, Henry Histories of noble British families. London: William Pickering, 1846. Large folio, 2 volumes, 81 plates, engraved and lithographed, many hand-coloured, contemporary red half morocco, edges gilt, some rubbing to spines and boards, slight foxing to some plates and minor offsetting, volume 1 hinge cracking (2) Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £400-600

146 FC269/115 Fearne, Charles The trial of the honourable Admiral John Byng at a court martial... London: R. Manby, J. Whiston, B. White... 1757. Folio, modern half calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, spine a little faded and rubbed, title foxed [ESTC N549] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 147 FD681/2 Froude, James Anthony History of England from the fall of Wolsey to the defeat of the Spanish Armada. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1870. 8vo, 12 volumes, contemporary tree calf gilt, gilt doublures, marbled endpapers, spines a little rubbed and chipped, some very occasional slight spotting; [Idem] Short studies on great subjects. London, Bombay and Calcutta: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1909. 8vo, 4 volumes, contemporary red calf with gilt embossed school stamp and gilt spines, school prize bookplate attached to paste-down marbled endpaper, some slight foxing, spines slightly faded, some rubbing and bumping to spines and covers; [Idem] Caesar: a sketch. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1879. 8vo, portrait, folding map, contemporary half calf, some foxing (17) £200-300 148 FD681/1 Gibbon, Edward The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire. London: John Murray, 1854-1855. 8vo, 8 volumes, portrait, 14 maps, some outlines coloured, later half morocco, spines gilt, spines a little faded, some foxing, occasional closed tears to maps (8) £200-300 149 FC269/108 Hatsell, John Precedents of proceedings in the House of Commons... London: T.Payne, T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1796. Third edition, 4to, 4 volumes, free-endpaper of volume one carries the inscription: “With Mr. Hatsell’s Complts [sic.],” contemporary green morocco with gilt tooled borders, g.e., bookplates of Lord Gretton and the Earl of Bandon, a few marginal tears with no loss of text, a couple of instances where letters are lacking due to small holes within text, some dampstaining to volume 3, spines faded [ESTC T144009] (4) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 150 FD391/41 Herodotus Historiarum libri ix. London: John Dunmore, Richard Chiswel, Benjamin Tooke & Thomas Sawbridge, 1679. Folio, folding map, collates [72], 708, [44], 33, [37], contemporary calf, rubbed, lacking a couple of blanks, occasional darkening, a few closed and marginal tears to map [Wing H1584] [ESTC R10164] Note: EEBO shows a crest on the reverse of the title, which does not exist in this copy £200-300

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151 FC269/40 Ireland Pacata Hibernia: or, a history of the wars in Ireland during the reign of Queen Elizabeth. Dublin: Hibernian Press Company, 1810. 4to, 2 volumes, 2 portraits, 18 maps and plates, mostly folding, contemporary half vellum, rubbed, occasional closed tears and spotting to maps, sensitive repair to page 85 (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-400 152 FC237/274 James, Prince of Wales (1688-1766) - 1715 Jacobite Rebellion By the King, a Proclamation requiring all His Majesty’s Subjects to Repair to his Camp... given at our Court at Scoon, this Tenth Day of January, 1716, and in the Fifteenth Year of our Reign, By His Majesty’s Command, Mar. Perth: Printed by Mr Robert Freebairn, 1716. Broadside, 41 x 32cm., woodcut initial letter, very wide margins Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire Note: A rare royal proclamation, requiring all noblemen “and all other subjects fit to bear arms, furthwith to repair to Our Camp at Perth, or where it shall happen to be for the time, with their best Horses, Arms and Accoutrements” and that the proclamation be “pass to the Mercat-Crosses of the Head-burghs of the several shires... and all other places... and that printed copies be sent to the Sheriffs.. and to send Doubles therof of the several Paroch-Churches and Meeting Houses.. that the same may be Published and Read by the Mininsters from the Pulpits immediately after Divine Service..” Rare. ESTC: 3 copies in the U.K., one in the U.S.A. £300-400

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153 FC269/22 James, William A full and correct account of the chief naval occurrences of the late war between Great Britain and the United States of America. London: T. Egerton, 1817. 8vo, 3 engraved plates, contemporary marbled calf, gilt tooled spine, a little rubbed, internal spotting Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 154 FC269/107 James, William A full and correct account of the chief naval occurences of the late war between Great Britain and the United States of America. London: T. Egerton, 1817. 8vo, 3 engraved plates, original blue boards with hand-written title to spine, bookplate of Lord Gretton, covers and spine a little rubbed and soiled, upper joint splitting, some spotting to edges Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 155 FC269/111 Langon, Baron Evenings with Prince Cambacérès... London: Henry Colburn, 1837. 8vo, 2 volumes, engraved portraits, contemporary purple morocco with gilt tooled portrait of Napoleon to covers and floral motifs to spines, g.e., bookplates of Lord Gretton, some occasional slight spotting, spines and corners a little rubbed (2)

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156 FD391/40 Melville, Sir James The memoires of Sir James Melvil... London: George Scott, 1683. First edition?, 4to, collates [16], 204, [28], contemporary quarter calf, upper cover detached, lower joint split, covers and spine rubbed and soiled, free-endpaper torn, foxed [Wing M1654] [ESTC R201] £150-200 157 FC269/132 Military Malborough, Duke of The life and military history of his grace the Duke of Malborough. London: M. Cooper, W. reeve and C. Sympson, 1754. 4to, engraved portrait, title in red and black, 9 folding engraved plates, boards and spine a little soiled, some internal dampstaining, some tears and repairs to plates; Montgomery, Sir Archibald, MajorGeneral The story of the Fourth Army... London: Hodder and Stoughton, [N.d.(1920)] 4to, 2 volumes,19 folded maps, 5 (of 7, 2 and 3 lacking) folding panoramic plates, original red cloth gilt, bookplate of Lord Gretton; Murray, Sir George (Editor) The letters and dispatches of John Churchill, First Duke of Malborough. London: John Murray, 1845. 8vo, 5 volumes, red cloth gilt, bookplates of Lord Gretton, covers and spines soiled, spines a little chipped; Jones, Sir John T. Journal of the sieges carried on by the army under the Duke of Wellington, in Spain... London: John Weale, [N.d., 1856?] Third edition, 8vo, 3 volumes, 26 (of 27) folding maps, green cloth gilt, faded, some spotting.Napoleon Memoirs of the history of France during the reign of Napoleon... London: Henry Colburn and Co., 1823. 8vo, 2 volumes, purple cloth, bookplates of Lord Gretton, cloth faded and soiled; Hachette & Co. La guerre, racontée par l’image d’apres les sculpteurs les graveurs et les peintres. [N.p.] Hachette et Cie., 1903. 4to, original calf, g.e., bookplate of Lord Gretton, spine faded, covers a little rubbed Moore, James A narrative of the campaign of the British army in Spain. London: Joseph Johnson, 1809. 4to, engraved portrait, plate, 2 folding maps, contemporary half calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, rubbed, joints split; And 7 other titles; sold not subject to return (23) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £400-600 158 FD681/6 Mommsen, Theodor The history of Rome. London: Richard Bentley & Son, 1877. 8vo, 4 volumes, folding map, contemporary tree calf, gilt tooled spine, gilt crest embossed onto covers, some rubbing and chipping to spines, joints a little worn, endpapers a little foxed; Burnet, George The history of the Reformation of the Church of England. London: W. Baynes and Son, 1825. 12mo, 6 volumes, 3 portraits, engraved titles, contemporary maroon morocco gilt, g.e., spines and corners a little rubbed and faded, edges slightly soiled; Creighton, M. A history of the Papacy... London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1901. 8vo, 6 volumes, contemporary half calf, library stamps, lacks original endpapers, spines a little faded, rubbed and bumped; Comyn, Sir Robert The history of the Western Empire. London: William H. Allen & Co., 1841. 8vo, 2 volumes, contemporary calf, gilt tooled spines, spines a little faded and rubbed (18) £200-250

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159 FC269/68 Napoleon Memoirs of the history of France during the reign of Napoleon... London: Henry Colburn and Co., 1823-1824. Second edition, 8vo, 4 volumes (of 7?), 5 plates (of 11?), 8 engraved maps, several pages uncut, contemporary grey boards with labels to spines, bookplates, spines a little faded, some bumping to corners, a couple of closed tears to pages with no loss of text, additional copies of pages 155-156 and 207-208 bound in between pages 390 and 391 of volume 2; Mitchell, J. The fall of Napoleon... London: G.W. Nickison, 1845. 8vo, 3 volumes, original green cloth, bookplates, spines a little faded, a couple of closed and marginal tears with no loss of text; Bourrienne, M. de Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte. London: Richard Bentley, 1836. 8vo, 4 volumes, 4 portraits, 22 (of 28?) plates, 1 folding map, contemporary half calf, bookplates, rubbed, some spotting, a few pages loose, some pages with closed tears, no loss of text; Ségur, Comte de Histoire de Napoléon et de la grande-armée... Paris: Badouin Frères, 1825. Second edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, 1 folding map, contemporary half calf, rubbed, some spotting; Simeon, Stephen Louis The private life of Napoleon. London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1894. 8vo, 2 volumes, portraits, contemporary red half calf, bookplates, rubbed, a little dampstaining; And 4 others (19) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-500 160 FC269/119 Neale, Adam Letters from Portugal and Spain. London: Richard Phillips, 1809. 4to, engraved map laid down, 12 engraved plates, contemporary calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, rubbed, joints splitting, some spotting and darkening to plates and text, a few plates laid down Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-400 161 FC269/125 Nicholas, Sir Nicholas Harris A history of the Royal Navy. London: Richard Bentley, 1847. 8vo, 2 volumes, engraved frontispieces, A1 lacking in both volumes, contemporary calf, gilt tooled spines; Collingwood,G. L. Newnham A selection from the public and private correspondence of Vice-Admiral Lord Collingwood. London: James Ridgway, 1829. 8vo, engraved portrait, 1 folding plate, contemporary calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, upper cover and lower half of spine lacking, some spotting, A1 lacking; Barrow, Sir John The life of George Lord Anson... London: John Murray, 1839. 8vo, 2 volumes, engraved portraits, 2 facsimile letters, contemporary calf, spines chipped; Chapman, Charles All about ships and the way to make models of them... London: George Berridge, [n.d.] 8vo, original green cloth gilt, contents written in ink over free-endpaper and half-title; Piddington, Henry, Lord The sailor’s horn-book for the law of storms... London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1848. 8vo, 5 folding maps, folding table, 2 compasses in pockets at front and back of the book, purple cloth gilt, spine and covers faded; [Anonymous] Naval sketch-book... London: H. Colburn, B. Whittaker... 1826. 8vo, 2 volumes, original blue boards, a little spotting; Shipp, John Memoirs of the extraordinary military career of John Shipp. London: Hurst, Chance, and Co., 1830. Second edition,

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3 volumes, engraved portrait, original boards with labels to spines, bookplates of Lord Gretton, joints split, covers dust-soiled, occasional foxing (12) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 162 FE316/3 Plinius Secundus, Gaius - Pliny the Elder The historie of the world. Commonly called, the naturall historie of C. Plinius Secundus. Translated into English by Philemon Holland. London: Adam Islip, 1601. Folio, 2 volumes in one, woodcut device on titles, woodcut initials, errata leaf at end of volume 2, early nineteenth century calf gilt, red morocco lettering piece, small rust-hole to F3-4 and 2Q4 of volume 1, small single rust-hole to upper margin of a few leaves, slightly rubbed, a clean copy £1,500-2,000 163 FD391/43 Plutarch The lives of the noble Grecians and Romans... Stratford-upon-Avon: Shakespeare Head Press, 1928. 8vo, 8 volumes, number 322 of 500 copies produced, original black cloth gilt, t.e.g., others uncut, endpapers slightly darkened, very occasional light foxing predominantly to endpapers (8) £150-200

164 FC269/59 Raleigh, Sir Walter The historie of the world, in five books. London: Robert White, John Place and George Dawes, 1666. 4to, engraved title laid down dated 1665, title in red and black, 5 (of 8) folding engraved maps, portrait lacking, contemporary calf, bookplate, rubbed, spine chipped, covers detached, some very occasional spotting, closed tear to page 561 with no loss of text, a few very small holes throughout, a couple of maps a little dust-soiled, some water-stains to pages 69-77 [ESTC R200871] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton Note: Collates: [60], 1143, [54], whilst ESTC calls for: [66], 1143, [55] £200-300 165 FC269/20 Ralfe, James The naval chronology of Great Britain... London: Whitmore and Fenn, 1820. 4to, 3 volumes, portrait, 2 frontispieces (one with blue wash) and 57 plain engraved plates, contemporary calf, gilt tooled spines with ship motifs, tissue guards, bookplates, a little rubbed, spines slightly chipped and cracked in places, occasional light spotting to text and plates, very occasional offsetting [Abbey Life 342] (3) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £800-1,000

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166 FC237/154 Royal land holdings An account of all the manors, messuages, lands, tenements, and hereditaments in the different counties of England and Wales, held by lease from the Crown. London: S. Hooper and Messrs. Robinson, 1787. Oblong folio, gilt tree-calf, neatly rebacked retaining original spine, marbled endpapers, Earl of Stradbroke copy with his signature and bookplate, fine copy with some light foxing Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £200-300 167 FC269/65 Schefferus, Joannes Argentoratensis, de militia navali veterum... Uppsala: Johannes Jansson, 1654. Small 4to, engraved frontispiece, 4 engraved plates, contemporary calf, a little rubbed and soiled, upper joint beginning to split, margins of pages 98 and 191 trimmed with loss of a small amount of engraving, occasional very light dampstaining Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-400 168 FD319/4 [Scotland, Parliament] An account of the proceedings of the meeting of the estates in Scotland. London: Richard Chiswell, 1689. Folio, [iv], 12, license leaf before title, later red morocco-backed marbled boards, [ESTC P1875; not traced in Wing]; Craig, Thomas Scotland’s soveraignty asserted, translated and edited by George Ridpath. London: Andrew Ball [&c.], 1695. 8vo, contemporary calf, [Wing C6804], wear to upper joint; [Crauford, Thomas] Notes and observations on Mr George Buchanan’s History of of Scotland. Edinburgh: Robert Freebairn, 1708. First edition, 12mo in fours, contemporary calf; Burnett, Gilbert The life and death of Sir Matthew Hale, Kt. London: W. Shrowsbery, 1682. Second edition, 8vo, engraved frontispiece portrait, nineteenth century calf, g.e., [Wing B5828], upper cover detached (4) £300-400 169 FE553/43B Scottish History Pennant, Thomas A tour in Scotland. London: Benjamin White, 1776. Fourth edition, 3 volumes, engraved plates, contemporary tree calf gilt, rubbing and bumping to covers and spines, some internal spotting and soiling, previous owner’s bookplates to endpapers and Gaelic inscription in volume 1, a few leaves lacking; Campbell, Lord Archibald Records of Argyll... Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons, 1885. Limited edition (number 342), 4to, frontispiece, 16 etched plates, original red cloth gilt, tissue guards, binding dampstained, soiled and a little faded, interior fairly clean with occasional spotting and some slight darkening, ex libris; Keltie, John S. History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland clans and Highland regiments. London: William Mackenzie, n.d. [1890]. Small 4to, 5 volumes, 66 plates (including maps and portraits), original red cloth gilt, g.e., spines faded, some slight foxing; Napier, Mark Memoirs of the Marquis of Montrose. Edinburgh: Thomas G. Stevenson, 1856. 8vo, 2 volumes, 10 portraits, contemporary half calf, binding slightly rubbed and soiled,

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occasional slight foxing and offsetting; Stewart, David Sketches of the character, manners and present state of the Highlanders of Scotland. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable & Co., 1825. Third edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, hand-coloured folding map, contemporary blue panelled calf with gilt tooled border and spine, some rubbing and soiling to binding. occasional foxing, map torn, ex libris; Browne, James A history of the Highlands... London: A. Fullarton and Co., 1849. 8vo, 4 volumes, 4 engraved frontispieces, folding map (with a couple of small tears), 61 plates (22 coloured), red half morocco, binding rubbed and soiled, occasional foxing; And 15 others, all books carrying ‘ex libris’ bookplates; Sold not subject to return (32) £300-400 170 FC269/86 Semmes, Raphael Memoirs of service afloat during the war between states. Baltimore: Kelly, Piet & Co., 1869. 8vo, portrait, 8 lithographed plates (6 coloured), original blue cloth, spine gilt, spine a little faded and bumped, some spotting and offsetting Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-250 171 FC237/161 [Sprat, Thomas, Bishop of Rochester] A true account and declaration of the horrid conspiracy against the late King, his present majesty and the government. London: T Newcomb, and sold by Sam Lowndes, 1685 . Second edition, folding plan with small tear to central fold, collates: [6], 167, [1] [ESTC R218802] [Wing S5065A]; Bound with [Idem] Copies of the informations and original papers relating to the proof of the horrid conspiracy against the late King. London: T Newcomb, and sold by Sam Lowndes, 1685. lacking plate [ESTC R18024] [Wing S5030 Variant]; 4to, contemporary calf, small marginal worm hole, pages mostly very clean, occasional spotting, some slight rubbing to spine and boards, text block detaching from spine; [Stothard, Stephanoff] An impartial historical narrative of those momentous events which have taken place in this country during the period from the year 1816 to 1823. London: Robert Bowyer, 1823. Large folio, 3 hand-coloured plates, 3 uncoloured plates and 2 leaves of facsimiles, contemporary half morocco, [Abbey, Scenery, 259], rubbed (2) Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £200-300 172 FD681/7 Stevenson, J.R.H. Heraldry in Scotland. Glasgow: James Maclehose and Sons, 1914. 4to, 2 volumes, number 158 of 540 copies, etched frontispiece by D.Y. Cameron, coloured frontispiece in volume 2 and 36 plates (9 coloured), original quarter vellum gilt, bindings a little soiled, occasional spotting, plate 26 loose, previous owner’s bookplates on paste-down endpapers; Marwick, Sir James D. Early Glasgow... Glasgow: James Maclehose and Sons, 1911. 4to, number 43 of 60 copies, 2 folding maps, 32 plates, original red quarter morocco gilt, binding a little faded and soiled, some small wormholes around joints, previous owner’s bookplate on paste-down endpaper, some

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slight spotting; Innes, Sir Thomas Scots heraldry... Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1956. Second edition, 4to, frontispiece, plates, original blue cloth, spine a little faded; Smollett, T. The history of England... London: T. Cadell, 1800. 8vo, 3 volumes, 8 engraved portraits, contemporary calf, gilt tooled spines, spines rubbed, joints weakening, some slight rubbing to boards; Buckle, Henry Thomas London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1882. 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf, gilt tooled spines; and one other title (12) £200-250 173 FD391/42 Wood, Anthony Athenae Oxonienses, an exact history of all the writers and bishops who have had their education in the... university of Oxford. London: R. Knaplock, D. Midwinter and J. Tonson, 1721. Second edition, folio, 2 volumes in one, title pages in red and black, contemporary calf, modern spine neatly rebacked, Semund’s College bookplate to pastedown endpaper, covers rubbed and chipped in places, A1 or B1 possibly lacking, a couple of small closed tears to pages with no loss of text, several pages browned [ESTC T59423] £200-250

LITERATURE 174 FD308/1 “Fleming, George” [Julia Constance Fletcher] A Nile novel. London: Macmillan, 1877. Second edition, 8vo. 2 volumes, both inscribed “George Fleming, Rome, 1877/78” and with later dedications to Margaret Rhodes (volume 1: “to my Margaret. In memory of many things Venice, Oct. 1935”), 1930s patterned boards, upper 23mm of both half-titles cut away, light spotting, chipping and scuffing; [Idem] The head of Medusa. London: Macmillan, 1883. 8vo., inscribed by the author on front endpaper, 1930s patterned boards, pages coming loose; Rhodes, Harrison A gift book for my mother. New York and London: Harper & Harper Brothers, 1922. 8vo., inscribed by author on front endpaper (“Constance Fletcher to whom I owe so many happy memories. Harrison Rhodes”), publisher’s half vellum over boards, upper boards marked, spine label chipped (4) Note: Julia Constance Fletcher, who wrote under the male pseydonym of “George Fleming” was a good friend of Oscar Wilde and, as most of his letters were addressed to her male pseudonym, was often assumed to be one of Wilde’s love interests. £300-400 175 FC237/153 “MacDiarmid, Hugh” [Grieve, Christopher Murray] Selected lyrics. Verona: Bodoni, 1977. 4to., portrait before title, number 84 of 135 copies, original quarter vellum with blue and white flower patterned boards, grey slipcase; [Idem] The kind of poetry I want. Edinburgh: K.D. Duval, 1961. 4to., number 68 of 300 copies signed by the author, quarter vellum with decorative brown and cream printed patterned boards, slipcase (2)

176 FC269/110 ‘Junius’ Letters. London: Henry Sampson Woodfall, 1772. 8vo, 2 volumes, contemporary red morocco, g.e., bookplate of Robert F. Meredith, spines a little rubbed, some veryslight soiling to covers [ESTC t001830] (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton Note: ‘Junius’ has been attributed to various people and is most often thought to have been Sir Philip Francis. ‘Junius’ wrote a series of letters which were published in the Public Advertiser between January 1769 and January 1772, attacking various characters, including the Duke of Grafton, Lord Mansfield and George III (information from Nottingham University Library). £300-400 177 FC269/127 18th Century British Literature The London and country brewer London: T.Astley and R. Baldwin, 1750. 8vo, contemporary calf, binding rubbed and soiled, joints split, lacks one page of index [ESTC T16828]; Bellamy, George Anne Memoirs. London: J. Walker, 1785.contemporary half calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, lacking pages 197-198 [ESTC T63776]; Young, Arthur The example of France, a warning to Britain. London: W. Richardson, 1793. contemporary half calf, rubbed, spotted, bookplate of Lord Gretton [ESTC T33671]; Ferguson, James Selected mechanical exercises... London: A. Strahan, 1790. Third edition, 8vo, 9 folding plates, contemporary quarter calf, upper cover detached, text block split into two parts, spine rubbed [ESTC N21211]; Sterne, Laurence Letters of the late Rev. Mr. Laurence Sterne. London: T. Becket, 1776. 8vo, three volumes, portrait, contemporary calf, gilt tooled spines, bookplates of Lord Gretton, a little rubbed [ESTC T14767]; [Crokatt, Gilbert] The Scotch Presbyterian eloquence... London: M. Smith, 1719. 8vo, contemporary quarter calf, upper board detached, some spotting [ESTC T171714]; Butler, Samuel Hudibras, the first part written in the time of the late wars. London: Henry Herringman, 1689. 8vo, 3 parts in one volume, contemporary calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, a little rubbed, small marginal tear to page 230 with loss of a couple of letters [ESTC R12253 ], [Wing (second edition) B6304/B6317A]; Bethune, Maximilian de Memoirs. Edinburgh: A. Donaldson, 1770. 8vo, 5 volumes, contemporary calf, bookplates of Lord Gretton, some darkening and marginal worming with loss of a couple of letters [ESTC N21998]; Dryden, John The satyrs of Decimus Junius Juvenalis and of Aulus Persius Flaccus. Dublin: Sam Fuller, 1732. 12mo, engraved frontispiece, portrait, contemporary calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, rubbed [ESTC T47106]; And a quantity of others; sold not subject to return (32) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-500

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178 FD319/5 Bibliography - Dickson, Robert and John Philip Edmond. Annals of Scottish printing. Cambridge: Macmillan & Bowes, 1890. First edition, 4to, number 375 of 500 copies printed on small paper, signed by J.P. Edmond, illustrations, tan half morocco, t.e.g.; Aldis, Harry G. list of books printed in Scotland before 1700. Edinburgh: N.L.S., 1970. 4to, original cloth; Sadleir, Michael XIX Century Fiction. A bibliographical record based on his own collection. New York, 1969. 2 volumes, 4to, original cloth; Keynes, Geoffrey A bibliography of Geroge Berkeley. Oxford, 1976. 8vo, dust-jacket (5) £120-180 179 FD319/2 Bibliography - Pollard, A.W. & G.R. Redgrave A short-title catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland & Ireland, 1475-1640. London, 1986. Second edition, 2 volumes, 4to, dust-jackets; Rothschild, Lord The Rothschild Library. Cambridge: C.U.P., 1954. 2 volumes, 8vo, buckram-backed cloth, spines slightly faded; Quinby, J., editor Catalogue of botanical books in the collection of Rachel McMasters Miller Hunt. Pittsburgh, 1958-61. 3 volumes, 8vo, plates, original cloth; Keynes, Geoffrey John Evelyn, a study in bibliopily. Cambridge: C.U.P., 1937. 4to, original cloth, rubbed; Hayward, John English poetry. 1950. 4to, original cloth, binding marked (9) £200-300 180 LT2013/17 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. (2) £70-100

183 FC541/71 Dickens, Charles Works. London: Chapman and Hall, [n.d.] 12 vols., 8vo, red half calf gilt, with plates, some plates lacking, ‘Nicholas Nickleby’ lacking pp.1-2 and ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ with printing error on p.49, some fading to spines; Scott, Sir Walter Waverley Novels. Edinburgh, 1857. 8vo, 25 volumes, contemporary tree calf gilt, marble endpapers, some wear to spines and joints of a few volumes slightly cracked, very minor foxing; [Idem] Waverley Novels, 1871. 8vo, 25 volumes;[Idem] Scott’s Poetical Works, 1872. 8vo, 2 volumes;[Idem] Tales of a Grandfather, 1872. 8vo, 2 volumes; Uniform contemporary blue half calf gilt, slight fading to spines and very slight soiling to some covers; Thackery, William Makepeace The Works. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1869. 24 vols., 8vo, contemporary half calf gilt, marble endpapers,t.e.g., some cracking to joints, wear to a few spines, minor spotting; Lytton, Lord Edward Bulwer Works. London: George Routledge and Sons, 1873-1875. 34 volumes, 8vo, contemporary maroon half calf gilt, some very minor bumping to spines, two instances of minor offsetting between flyleaves and title pages and pp.149-156 of ‘Last of the Barons’ loose but present, interiors clean (Quantity) £400-600 184 FE648/2 Dickens, Charles Bleak House. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1853. First edition in book form. 8vo, etched additional title and 39 plates by H.K. Browne, original green blindstamped cloth, some spotting of plates, spine and covers spotted and faded £400-600

181 LT2013/16 Boswell, James The life of Samuel Johnston. London: C. Dilly, 1793. Second edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, engraved portrait & 2 folding plates, contemporary calf, ownership inscription on endpaper of John Darlington 1853, neatly rebacked; Malory, Sir Thomas The birth life and acts of King Arthur. 1885. 4to, plates by Beardsley, original pictorial green cloth with Aubrey Beardsley design; and 2 volumes of Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage; an incomplete copy of Gavarni’s Oeuvres Nouvelles, 14 volumes of the New Century Library of Thackeray; Testamenti veteris Biblia Sacra. Hanover: typis Wechelianis, 1624. Folio, title loose, spotting and dampstaining, very worn; and a few other volumes; sold not subject to return (quantity) £200-300 182 FD391/18 Burton, Robert The anatomy of melancholy. Oxford: Henry Cripps, 1632. Forth edition, 4to, engraved title, colophon leaf and vignettes, marbled endpapers, contemporary calf, spine rebacked, title laid down, occasional dampstaining and very slight spotting, covers rubbed, closed tear to p.716, school prize plate to paste-down endpaper [STC (2nd ed.)/4162] £300-400 36

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185 FD329/2 Dickens, Charles, (editor) Household words. Volume 19, 1859, volume 19 original cloth, volume 19 title torn; All the Year Round. Volume 2-20. 1860-68. volumes 2- 3 original cloth, others contemporary half calf, volumes 2 and 3 page 1 torn and frayed; All the Year Round. New Series. Volumes 1-6, 15-19. 1869-78; volumes rubbed or worn, a few leaves loose; Strand Magazine. Volumes 1-10, 13-14, 16, 1891-98, contemporary half calf, some rubbed or worn; sold not subject to return £150-250 186 FD329/3 [Dodgson, C.l.] “Lewis Carroll” Through the looking glass. London: Macmillan, 1872. First edition, first issue with “wade” on p.21, illustrations by John Tenniel, contemporary ownership inscription on half-title, original red cloth, slightly spotted, very worn £100-150 187 EAA271/1D Fleming, Ian Diamonds are forever. London, 1956. First edition, 8vo, dustwrapper, not price clipped, chipped and rubbed at edges, tears to hinges [tape repaired], patch of wear to backstrip, original cloth silver diamond and blind-stamped pattern to boards £500-700

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187A EAA271/1L Fleming, Ian Thunderball. London, 1961. First edition, 8vo, dustwrapper, not price clipped, some slight fading to backstrip, small amount of corner torn from front endpaper, original black cloth with blindstamped hand on upper board £300-500 187B EAA271/1M Fleming, Ian The spy who loved me. London, 1962. First edition, 8vo, dustwrapper, not price clipped, chipped at edges, short tears at head and tail, dustmarked at rear, original black cloth with silver dagger to upper board; [Idem] On Her Majesty’s secret service. London, 1963. First edition, 8vo, some chipping at head and tail, rubbed at edges, some dustmarking to rear, original black cloth with white ski tracks to upper board; [Idem] You only live twice. London, 1964. First edition, 8vo, dustwrapper, not price clipped, chipped at head and tail, rubbed at edges, original black cloth with gilt lettering to upper board; [Idem] The man with the golden gun. London, 1965. First edition, 8vo, dustwrapper, not price clipped, some creasing at head and tail, original black cloth gilt, previous owner’s ink stamp to front fixed endpaper; [Idem] Octopussy and the living daylights. London, 1966. First edition, 8vo, dustwrapper, not price clipped, original black cloth (5) £250-350

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188 FC424/11 Froissart, Sir John Chronicles of England, France, Spain and adjoining countries... London: Henry G. Bohn, 1849. 4to, 2 volumes, 4to, 75 coloured plates, including titles, contemporary half morocco, crest of ‘The Society of Writers to the Signet’ embossed in gilt to covers, g.e., spines and bindings a little soiled and rubbed, Ex Libris and previous owner’s bookplates; Quarles, Francis Emblems divine and moral, together with hieroglyphics of the life of man. London: H. Trapp, 1777. 8vo, 97 plates, A1 lacking?; [bound with] [Haeften, Benedictus van] The school of the heart. London: H. Trapp, 1777. 8vo, 48 plates; Bound in 20th century black morocco, some darkening and offsetting, lacks plates and possibly leaves, front hinge repaired with selotape; Aesop Fabulae elegantis... Lyon: Jean de Tournes, 1619. 16mo, contemporary calf, lacks spine, boards detached and rubbed, soiling and browning; Dibdin, Thomas Frognall An introduction to the knowledge of rare and valuable editions of the Greek and Roman classics... Glocester: Payne, Faulder..., 1802. First edition, 8vo, contemporary half calf, rubbed, hinges split, slight internal soiling; And 9 others; sold not subject to return (16) £250-300 189 FC269/4 [Hanway, Jonas] Midnight the signal. [London]: Dodsley, 1779. 8vo, 2 volumes, engraved title pages, contemporary red morocco gilt, bookplate to free-endpaper, spines and covers a little rubbed and soiled, titles and endpapers very slightly browned [ESTC T128232] (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton Note: According to the ESTC, 4 copies of this work are recorded in British libraries, and 12 in libraries in the USA £200-300 190 FD391/16 Jonson, Benjamin The workes. London: Andrew Crooke, 1640(?). Folio, contemporary calf, spine and corners rebacked, occasional marginal tears with no loss of text and one closed tear, with no loss of text, small hole on page 92 with loss of a couple of letters, occasional soiling, facsimile title and portrait £300-400 191 FC263/1 Marryat, Captain Frederick A diary in America. First edition, 3 volumes bound in 6, 2 folding maps, half-titles in all volumes, but without ‘Directions to the Binder’ slip and lacking adverts, red half morocco by Riviere; and 6 other works by Marryat in 16 volumes, all First editions, uniformly bound in red half morocco by Riviere, t.e.g., lightly rubbed (16) £200-300

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192 FD270/1 Milton, John The paradise lost. London: Septimus Prowett, 1827. 2 volumes, large 8vo, 20 (of 24) mezzotint plates by John Martin, contemporary red morocco, tooled in blind and gold, occasional slight spotting (2) £300-400 193 FE529/1 Orwell, George Nineteen eighty-four. London: Secker & Warburg, 1949. First edition, 8vo, original green cloth with red and white dust-jacket, spines of book and dust-jacket a little faded, some slight rubbing and chipping to dust-jacket £1,000-1,500 194 FD391/20 Ovid Metamorphosis, Englished, mythologized and represented in figures... Oxford: imprinted by John Lichfield, 1632. Large 4to, engraved portrait and title and 12 engraved plates (of 15), 20th century half calf, slight fading to spine and upper cover, portrait, title, pages up to p.51 and errata leaf repaired with loss to a few letters, occasional spotting and marginal darkening, very small amount of marginal worming with no loss of text [STC 18966] £150-200 195 FC237/171 Pope, Alexander - Homer The iliad of Homer, translated by Mr Pope. London: printed by W. Bowyer for Bernard Lintott, 1715-1716. First English edition, folio, 6 volumes, engraved portrait, 2 folding maps, (lacking plates of ‘Plan’ in volume 2 and ‘Shield of Achilles’ in volume 5), late 18th or early 19th century half calf, spine gilt, foxing to several pages, others very clean, darkening to some pages and slight darkening to boards (6) Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £300-400 196 FC263/5 [Scott, Sarah and Lady Barbara Montague] A description of Millenium Hall and the country adjacent. London: J. Newbery, 1762. First edition, 12mo, frontispiece and final advert leaf, contemporary boards, uncut, rebacked, some spotting and light soiling Note: No page 193/194 but correct thus, gathering one with 12 leaves. Utopian novel, formerly attributed to Goldsmith, which describes a model community where a group of women have retreated from the world to create a more caring society. [ESTC: T107679] £200-300

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197 FC485/37 Scott, Sir Walter Waverley novels. Edinburgh: Robert Cadell, 1849. 8vo, 48 volumes, engraved titles, frontispieces, contemporary half calf, previous owner’s bookplate to paste-down endpaper, some slight rubbing, occasional damp staining; Ramsay, Allan The gentle shepherd. Edinburgh: printed for William Martin, W. Creech, A. Constable & Co., 1808. 4to., 2 volumes, portrait, folding map, 12 plates, contemporary half calf, some darkening and spotting, rubbing to spines and boards (50) £150-250 198 FD681/5 Scott, Sir Walter Waverley novels. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1871. Centenary edition, 8vo, 25 volumes, red half morocco gilt, portrait, frontispieces, engraved title vignettes, occasional light spotting, some rubbing, fading and soiling to boards and spines (25) £300-400 199 FD681/8 Scott, Sir Walter Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border. Edinburgh: Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, 1806. Third edition, 8vo, 3 volumes, contemporary tree calf with gilt Greek-key border, some slight darkening and foxing, spines and corners a little bumped, joints slightly weak; [Idem] Poetical works. Edinburgh: A. Constable and Co., 1822. 12mo, 8 volumes, portrait, contemporary purple morocco gilt, g.e., some foxing and darkening to title pages, portrait and blanks, spines and covers slightly rubbed and faded; Percy, Thomas Reliques of ancient English poetry. Edinburgh: James Nichol, 1858. 8vo, 3 volumes, 19th century binding with embossed Gothic Revival patterning, inscription to first blank in volume 1, binding and initial pages slightly spotted, binding a little rubbed in places; Motley, John Lothrop The rise of the Dutch Republic... London: George Routledge and Sons, n.d. [ca.1860?] 8vo, 3 volumes, contemporary calf with gilt tooled spines and embossed gilt coat of arms to upper covers, bookplates and small stamps from previous owners, spines and covers a little rubbed and soiled with joints beginning to split slightly, endpapers and titles a little foxed; [Idem] History of the United Netherlands. London: John Murray, 1875. 8vo, 4 volumes, 4 portraits, folding map, contemporary blue calf, gilt tooled spines, spines a little faded, small central tear to map; Colletta, General Pietro History of the Kingdom of Naples, 17341825... Edinburgh: T. Constable and Co., 1858. 8vo, 2 volumes, contemporary blue calf, gilt tooled spine, some rubbing and fading to spines and boards, endpapers slightly foxed, gift inscription in first volume; and 3 others (26) £250-300 200 FE291/26 Scott, Sir Walter Waverley novels. Edinburgh: Adam & Charles Black, 1871. 8vo, 25 volumes, engraved plates, half calf with gilt tooled spines, spines faded (25) £200-300

201 FE662/2 Shetland - James Grant Interest Grant, James Thoughts on the origin and descent of the Gael... Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Co., 1814. 8vo, signatures of James Grant and John Grant on slip of paper pasted opposite title page, bookplate of Francis James Grant and small signature of John Grant to first free-endpaper, contemporary blue half calf, spine and corners a little rubbed, upper joint slightly split; [Idem] Biographical sketches of famous inventors and manufacturers. London: Cassells... 1881. 8vo, pages removed from original work and pasted into this notebook, manuscript title page and index, nameplate of C. and F. Grant, some pages possibly lacking, a couple stained, notebook cover and spine rubbed; Edmondston, Thomas An etymological glossary of the Shetland & Orkney dialect. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1866. 8vo, inscribed to F.J.[?] Grant from the author, original cloth gilt with traditional Shetland or Orcadian motifs to covers, bookplate of Francis James Grant; Edmondston, Eliza Sketches and tales of the Shetland Islands. Edinburgh: Sutherland & Knox, 1856. 8vo, map, orange cloth, bookplate of Francis J. Grant; Edmondston, Thomas The young Shetlander... Edinburgh: William P. Nimmo, 1868. 8vo, inscribed to a Grant child from his father, original green cloth gilt, rubbed, spiled, some spotting, hinges weak; [Grant, James] Novels. London: Routeledge, [n.d.]. Aide-de-camp edition, 8vo, 14 volumes, red cloth gilt, bookplates of Francis James Grant, spines a little faded; [Idem] Novels. London: Routeledge, 1859-1887. 8vo, 8 volumes, bookplates of Francis James Grant; And 3 other books with bookplates of Francis James Grant (30) £200-300 202 FD391/17 Spenser, Edmund The faerie queene... London: Matthew Lownes, 1609. Folio in sixes, engraved title and vignettes, 2 parts in one volume, 19th century calf, a few small holes and neat repairs to pages with only a small number of letters lost, lacks A letter of the Authors and A Vision upon this Conceit of the Faery Queene sections following colophon page, title repaired, occasional slight spotting and dust-soiling, some foxing to endpapers, binding rubbed [STC (2nd edition) / 23083] £1,200-1,400 203 FC269/101 Swift, Jonathan Works. London: C. Bathurst, C. Hitch and L. Hawes, 1754-1755. 8vo, 12 volumes, contemporary calf, bookplates of Lord Gretton, rubbed, spines peeling, some dampstaining; Morell, Sir Charles The tales of the genii... London: J. Wilkie, 1766. Third edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, engraved frontispieces, 12 engraved plates, contemporary calf, gilt tooled spines, bookplates of Lord Gretton, some foxing, spines and covers a little rubbed and faded, a couple of small marginal holes with loss of a couple of page numbers; Dryden, John Miscellaneous works... London: J. and R. Tonson, 1760. 8vo, 4 volumes, engraved portrait, contemporary calf, bookplates of Lord Gretton, rubbed, endpapers darkened, occasional foxing; Sold not subject to return (18) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £120-180

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204 FC424/12 The Spectator Addison, Steele & Others The spectator. London: S. Buckley, 1712-15. First collected edition, 8vo, 8 volumes, contemporary calf gilt, some rubbing and scuffing to covers, spines rubbed and a little cracked, some spotting and occasional examples of darkening, some joints split and appear to have been partially repaired with Selotape, clear plastic covers, a few small holes with loss of a couple of letters, some pencil scribbles to endpapers, previous owner’s bookplates showing crest of the earls of Macclesfield to paste-down endpapers (8) £300-500 205 FE314/2 Waugh, Evelyn The ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold. London: Chapman & Hall, 1957. First edition, 8vo, blue cloth, dust-jacket, dust-jacket slightly chipped along upper edge; [Idem] Officers and gentlemen. London: Chapman & Hall, 1955. First edition, 8vo, blue cloth, dust-jacket, dust-jacket spine a little faded and chipped; [Idem] Scott King’s modern Europe. London: Chapman & Hall, 1947. First edition, 8vo, blue cloth, dustjacket, dust-jacket a little chipped (3) £150-200

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MANUSCRIPTS 206 FE46/2 Bridgeman, William - Secretary to the Admirality 1694-1698 Manuscript order, dated 13th April 1696, signed by William Bridgeman, Secretary to the Admirality, granting a merchant ship permission to, “proceed to Spithead Notwithstanding the Embargo,” Folio, 29.5x18.5cm folded, some light spotting and slight dust-soiling to edges and folds £300-400 207 FC237/94 Carlisle - Stuart, Prince Charles Edward. “Bonnie Prince Charlie” Contemporary copy of a letter from Bonnie Prince Charlie, not signed, to the Mayor of Carlisle, requesting him to open the gates and let his forces enter, with the warning that if unheeded “we are fully resolved to force it by such means as Providence has put in our hands” and requesting an answer within 2 hours, “November 10th, 1745, Two in the afternoon”, one leaf, remains of seal on verso, addressed to Mr ?Inhouse Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £200-300

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210 208 FC269/63 East India Company “Seaford” logbook - Borneo - Capt. Martin Gardiner. 3 May 1703 - 8 August 1706 “A journall by Gods permission of our intended voyage to Borneo in the East Indies in the Seaford, Capt. Martin Gardiner Comander. By Henry Keene. Commencing from Monday the 3rd Day of May, Anno Dmi. 1703”. Folio, 315 x 200mm., 174pp., contemporary vellum, some light marginal browning, binding soiled, spine worn Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton Note: The Seaford travelled to Borneo via Batavia, Banjarr, Condore, the coast of Cambodia,and Tong and returned via the Cape of Good Hope. Allen Catchpoole of the East India Company had persuaded the Company to set up a trading base at Pulo Condore, an island off the coast of Cochinchina, in 1701, to serve as an outpost from which to trade with China, as well as to trade chili pepper from Pulo Condore itself. This project came to a speedy end when all the members of the British settlement were murdered in 1705 by local Malays. Keene’s journal of 13 June 1705 refers to this episode, listing the names of those murdered, and of those who ecaped. A similar logbook in the BL collections: CXLIX Log book of the Seaford. Journal of a voyage to Batavia, Macao and Canton. Captain Martin Gardiner, 1 September 1700- 17 September 1702. East India Company: Ships’ Logs, Ledgers and Receipt Books, 1605-1701 £1,000-1,500

209 FD317/1 Her Majesty the Queen - HRH The Queen Mother - Diana, Princess of Wales A selection of 3 cards and tags from gifts exchanged between member of the Royal Family, including: a note from the Queen Mother to the present Queen reading, “Darling Lilibet, with loving Christmas wishes, from Mummy,” written on Windsor Castle headed card, 16x11cm; A small tree-shaped gift tag signed by Princess Diana to her mother; and another gift tag addressed to “Lilibet”, signed “Michael” (3) £200-250 210 FE46/1 Montagu, John - 4th Earl of Sandwich Manuscript order by the Commissioners for exercising the Office of the Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland & Co., authorising Captain Vaughan, Commander of his Majesty’s Sloop the Peregrine, to, “...cruise between Cork and Waterford...” and to, “...seize all Ships Vessels and Boats in which any Wasted Bay or Woollen Yarn, Cloth Serges, Shalloons, or any other Drapery stuffs, or any other Woollen manufacturers whatsoever made up of mixed wool, or wool flocks, should be exported, or laden, in order to be exported, from Ireland into foreign parts...” the order also commands the Peregrine, “...to prevent the Running of Brandy or other Goods, into the Kingdom of Ireland...”, 4 leaves, 20x31.5cm, bearing signatures of John Montagu [4th Earl of Sandwich and 1st Lord of the Admirality 1748-1751] William Stanhope [1st Earl of Harrington], Thomas Villiers [a Lord Commissioner of the Admirality] and Thomas Corbett, dated 21st February 1750, some slight dustsoiling, previously folded, torn down central folds where bound by green cord with no loss of text £700-800 41

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211 FC269/60 Naval Log - His Majesty’s Ship Kent, 1 May 1800 - 7 October 1803 “A journal of the proceedings of His Majesty’s Ship Kent commencing the 1st May 1800 and ending the 7th October 1803, kept by John Jordan Arrow, Mid.n; under the command of W. Hope Esq. to the 18th June 1801, then Mr. Mansell Esq. to the 7th Sept. 1801, then Edw. O’Bryan Esq. to the 4th May 1803, & Jno. Stuart Esq. to the date hereof, J.J. A.”. Folio, 315 x 190mm., c. 500 pages, with watercolour plans with soundings of Valetta, Quarantine Harbour, Bay of Marsa Sirocco, St. Pauls (Malta), Bay of Mamorice, Messina, Haragatch Bay, Keith’s Reef, Aboukir Bay, Oristana Bay (Sardinia), nineteenth century half calf, worn Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton Note: H.M.S. Kent was a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 17 January 1798 at Blackwall Yard. In 1801 in the Mediterranean, under the command of Admiral Lord Keith, H.M.S. Kent carried Sir Ralph Abercromby and his headquarters for the invasion of Egypt, a successful campaign which forced the surrender of the French occupying force. Near Aboukir [Abu- Qi-r], on 8 March 1801, units of the British army commanded by Sir Ralph Abercromby landed from their transports in the face of a strenuous opposition from a French force entrenched on the beach. Abercromby died of wounds received in the battle. Hope was not present for the conclusion of the action, returning to Britain with Admiral Duncan after Sir Richard Bickerton raised his flag on H.M.S. Kent. £700-1,000 212 FC269/135 Naval Log. His Majesty’s Ship Lively, George McKinley Esq., Captain “A journal of the proceedings on board His Majesty’s Ship Lively, George McKinley Esquire Captain, between the 22nd day of July 1807 & the 25th day of 17th December 1808”. 4to, ca. 180 leaves, contemporary vellum, slight dampstaining not affecting legibility, title dusty, spine and upper cover worn Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton Note: Captain, late Admiral, George McKinley (1766-1852) commanded the 38-gun frigate Lively, and was for some time senior officer on the Lisbon station during the Peninsula war, being responsible for the evacuation of the British ships in the Tagus; he played a notable role in the capture of Vigo and Santiago in March 1809. £500-700 213 FD298/1 Pugin, A.W.N Three autograph letters, 20x25 cm, sent by Pugin to Lord Fielding in 1851 discussing ecclesiastical architecture and including an ink sketch of a Church nave, signed by Pugin, franked blue paper with seals and some dust-soiling to addresses, minor tears to folds and a few light stains (3) £1,500-2,000

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214 FD325/1 Scottish manuscripts - Gordon of Gordonstoune, Sir Lodovick Three letters from Joseph Gordon to his father, Sir Lodovick Gordon of Gordonstoune, at Elgin, 22 Jan.- 25 March 1679, two from Paris, one from London, referring to Duke of York, conflict between Charles I and Parliament, attack on Danby, the Popish plot, & activities of France; Patrick Murray, 5th Lord Elibank (1703-1778) to John Johnstone, son of Sir James Johnstone (1697-1772), about the settling of his father’s debts, Edinburgh, ?16 Nov. 1768; Ainslie, Sir Robert A.L.S. to John Anstruther, 31 Dec., 1804; Anstruther, John 2 A.L.S. to Sir Robert Ainslie, Edinburgh, 1802-05; Minto, Lady A.L.S. to Col. Drinkwater, 30 Jan. 1808; Lambert, John, Major-General Order from Parliamentary miltary leader that assessors were not to levy from David Lord Cardros (1627-1671) an undue sum, nor that a garrison be put in his house at Cardros, 28 Dec. 1651; and 5 other Scottish ms. and 2 printed documents (14) £300-400 215 FC269/61 Scottish Naval Log - H.M.S. Romney, 29 Nov. 1800 - 1st June 1803 Capt. David Ewen Bartholomew of Linlithgowshire, 1767- 1821 “H.M.S. Romney’s log from England up the Red Sea & to Bengal in 1800 and 1801, D.E. Bartholomew”, [and] from Sangar to the Prince of Wales Island, Dec. 1801, [and] from Prince of Wales Island to Madras in 1801 and 1802”; [and] from Cochin to Mocha in Jan. & Feb. 1802; [and] from Mocha to Inddah in July 1802” [and] from Inddah to Suez in Feb. & March 1802, [and] from Suez to Bombay 1802, [and] from Bombay to England via St. Helena, 27 Oct. - 11 April 1803; with a section on “Time-keepers”, in all c. 500 pages, nineteenth century maroon half morocco, a few leaves dampstained, lightly rubbed Provenance: Admiral Sir John Ross. Inscribed on front endpaper “Hartwell Library, presented by Admiral Sir John Ross” and with a list, signed by Admiral Ross, “of articles in a ? for Doctor Lee”, listing various naval logs including this journal. Hartwell House in Buckinghamshire, belonged in 1810 to the Lees, an old Buckinghamshire family. Armorial bookplate of John Lee of Hartwell (1783-1866), with motto ‘Verum atque decens’. [Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton] Note: A naval log by an exceptional Scottish surveryor and cartographer. Captain David Ewen Bartholomew, CB (c. 1767 - 1821) was an officer of the British Royal Navy and Merchant Navy, who rose from a poor background to become a post captain and prominent surveyor and cartographer, and was the first British man to map numerous sections of the South American, Arabian and African coastlines. He was born into a poor family in Linlithgowshire, was press-ganged twice, once at the instigation of the First Lord of the Admiralty, Lord St. Vincent, served in various naval engagments, and in 1802 was in charge of H.M.S. Romney’s chronometers during a voyage to the Red Sea. Bartholomew’s abilities as a surveyor and cartographer were highly regarded and, later in his career, he conducted important surveys of the Argentine, Persian and West African coasts. Bartholomew was also considered exceptional for his rise from an impressed sailor to post captain at a time when this was almost impossible to achieve. £1,000-1,500

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216 FC269/31 Shipping signals and flags Manuscript guide to shipping signals and flags, ca.1800. 8vo, 56 pages ruled in red including a directory-style index and many handdrawn and -coloured images of flags, contemporary calf with gilt tooling, bookplate, a little rubbed, some slight dust-soiling to page extremities

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217 FE691/6 St. Andrews, ephemera including manuscript letter book, letters and manuscripts relating to the Woodcock family of St. Andrews, and M John Ballantyne of Anstruther, 4 offprints on crustacea by Henry D.S. Goodsir, surgeon of Anstruther, Fife, presentation copies; a large Victorian scrapbook, several small posters, 3 mounted photographs, &c. £200-300

219 FC237/39 Album Vilmorin The vegetable garden. London: Holland Press, 1986. Large folio, quarter red morocco, 35 colour plates, slight damp staining to plates 24 and 32, minor foxing; Grosjean, Georges Mapamundi. The Catalan Atlas of the Year 1375, edited by Georges Grosjean. Zurich: URS Graf, 1978. Tall folio, contemporary quarter calf, 6 coloured card panels showing map, dust-jacket slightly torn with very minor soiling (2)

218 FC269/11 18th Century Cooking The compleat family cook... Hull: J. Rawson, 1766. 8vo, contemporary quarter calf with patterned boards, boards a little rubbed [ESTC N66066]

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220 FD391/32 Aristo, Ludovico Orlando Furioso... London: I. Parker, 1634. Third edition, 4to, translated by John Harington, engraved title, 46 full-page engravings, modern calf, title and some pages slightly darkened, some dampstaining, a couple of small marginal tears, small amount of mostly marginal worming pp.109-198 with loss of a few letters and occasionaly encroaching onto engraved areas, occasional spotting [ESTC S106834] [STC (2nd edition), 748] £300-400 221 FC269/18 Aristotle’s compleat master-piece London: Printed and sold by the booksellers, [1766?]. 12mo, contemporary calf, limp boards, rubbed, some slight dust-soiling [ESTC N5718] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton Note: Incorrectly attributed to Aristotle, Aristotle’s Compleat MasterPiece is, in fact, an early manual for sex and pregnancy, which first appeared around 1680. The book was officially banned in Britain until the 1960s. £300-400

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222 FD391/19 Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel Versuch über die wahre art das Clavier zu spielen. Leipzig: Wschwickertschen Verlage, 1780-97. Volumes 1 and 2 only (of 3), 4to, second edition of volume 1, volume 1 half calf, worn, cover detached, volume 2 with one plate, wrappers, some spotting, worn; Sturms, Christoph C. Geistliche Gesange mit Melodien zum Singen bey dem Claviere. Hamburg: Heroldschen Buchhandlung, 1792. 2 parts in one volume, oblong folio, title vignettes, original boards, some spotting and dampstaining; Beethoven, Ludwig von Sinfonie pour 2 violons, No 5 des Sinfonies. Leipzig: Breithopf & Hartel, [?1825]. 4to, 24 loose parts (some a single sheet), library stamps, some titles soiled, a few tears; Mozart, W.A. Idomeneo, re di Creta. Paris: Maurice Schlesinger & Berlin: A.M. Schlesinger, [c.1822]. 4to, red morocco, some spotting, worn; Mozart, W.A. La clemenza di Tito. Opera seria... aggiustata per il piano forte di A.E. Müller. [Hamburg: G.A. Böhme, c.1800]. Oblong 4to, vocal score, boards, lacks title page, some dampstaining, worn; Mozart, W.A. L’enlevement du serail (Die Entführung aus dem serail). Bonn: Simrock, [c.1799]. Oblong 4to, contemporary half calf, rubbed; Mozart, W.A. Dom Juan oder der Steinerne Gast. No. 42. Bonn: N. Simrock, [c.1797]. Oblong 4to, red half morocco, “Lady Hope, Pinkie House” inscribed on title, lacking pp.111-122 (supplied in early pen facsimile), small tear to title; Mozart, W.A. Partitions des dix principaux quatuors pour deux violins, alto et violoncelle. Offenbach: J. André, [1843]. 8vo, numbers 1-5 only, cloth; and 4 others; sold not subject to return (25) £600-900 223 FC269/25 Bagot, William, Second Baron Memorials of the Bagot family. Blithfield (Staffs.): W.M. Hodgets, 1824. 4to in 2, inscribed by author to Henry Eyers Landor, who is said to have a ‘...known Attachment and Regard for things Antient, & Respectable’, engraved portrait, 4 folding genealogical tables, 5 engraved plates, hand-coloured engraving of Poole Park, signed on reverse by Lord Bagot and a manuscript description of the felling of an elm tree bound in, contemporary calf, bookplates, a little rubbed, upper joint slightly split, annotations adding to baptismal register on page 129 and to marriage register on page 139, lacking 2C2, occasional light spotting and slight darkening Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300

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224 FC269/19 [Beaver, John] ‘A Turkey-Merchant’ A letter to the lords commissioners for trade and plantations concerning the advantage of Gibraltar to the trade of Great-Britain... London: J. Roberts, 1720. 4to in 2, engraved chart, some very light dust-soiling and spotting, lacks plate [ESTC T201648]; [bound with] [Gordon, Thomas] Considerations offered upon the approaching peace and upon the importance of Gibraltar to the British Empire... London: J. Roberts, 1720. 8vo, some slight spotting, lacking blank?; contemporary boards, soiled, spine split into two parts [ESTC T31245] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 225 FC787/9 Bindings Livingstone, David The life and explorations of Dr Livingstone. London: Adam and Co., [n.d.] 4to, 2 volumes, 2 engraved frontispieces, 1 engraved title, 1 map and 74 plates, red half calf, occasional spotting, spines slightly faded; Woodward, John A treatise on heraldry British and foreign... Edinburgh: W. and A.K. Johnston, 1896. 8vo, 2 volumes, 66 plates, many coloured, red half morocco, some soiling to binding, occasional spotting; Cunningham, Allan The lives of the most eminent British painters, sculptors and architects. London: John Murray, 1830. Second edition, 16mo, volumes 1-4 (of 6) only, 33 (of 34) engraved plates, contemporary half calf with spines neatly rebacked, slight eubbing to spines and boards and occasional dampstaining; and 7 other titles (19) £150-200 226 FC237/168 Boswell, James The journal of a tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson... London: Printed by Henry Baldwin for Charles Dilly, 1785. First edition, 8vo., half title and advert leaf at end containing errata and the announcement, “Preparing for the press, in volume quarto, The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.” , contemporary tree calf, some rubbing to spine and slight cracking to top joint, very occasional light spotting; [Idem] An account of Corsica... Dublin: J. Exshaw, 1769. 12mo., engraved portrait of Pasco Paoli, modern quarter calf (2) Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £250-300

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227 FC269/58 Burchett, Josiah A complete history of the most remarkable transactions at sea... London: J. Walthoe, 1720. 4to, dedication, portrait, engraved frontispiece, title in red and black, 9 folding maps, contemporary panelled calf, spine a little chipped and rubbed, a few small gouge marks to covers, some very slight marginal worming, a little darkening, dust-soiling and a couple of small closed tears to some maps [ESTC T144100] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £600-900 228 FC269/1 Burnaby, A. An essay upon the excising of malt... London: printed for the author, 1696. 8vo, folding sheet entitled, Act for Turning the Excise upon the Malt attached to blank, contemporary speckled calf, bookplate attached to paste-down endpaper, some writing and sketches in ink in an early hand to endpapers, folding sheet browned, hinges weak, upper joint splitting, covers slightly rubbed [ESTC R213421] [Wing (2nd edition) B5741] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-400 229 FD391/55 Burney, Charles A general history of music... London: T. Becket, J.Robson & G. Robinson, 1776-1789. 4to, 4 volumes, 12 plates (including 1 folding woodcut plate and 1 folding sheet of music), volumes 1 and 2 quarter calf, uncut, volumes 3 and 4 quarter cloth, some covers detached, rubbed, some dust-soiling, occasional worming, with loss of a few letters, pp.443-444 in volume 4 and pp.67-68 and pp.127-128 in volume 3 lacking [ESTC 149622], [Idem] The present state of music in Germany... London: T. Becket, J.Robson and G.Robinson, 1775. Second edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, contemporary quarter calf, covers detached, spines and covers rubbed, some foxing, volume 1 lacking final page of index [ESTC T127794]; Simpson, Christopher A compendium or introduction to practical music... London: Arthur Bettesworth..., 1732. 8vo, portrait, quarter morocco, spine rubbed and chipped, portrait a little dust-soiled, ‘Wigan Free Public Library’ bookplate [ESTC T77991]; Gerstenberg, Walter Composers’ autographs. London: Cassell, 1968. 4to, 2 volumes, original red cloth, dust-jackets slightly faded; and 8 others; sold not subject to return (17) £250-300

230 FE551/19 Butterworth, John New sets of copies in alphabetical order... Edinburgh: 1785. Oblong folio, contemporary half calf, upper cover almost detached, spine and corners rubbed, some fading and soiling to covers, occasional dampstaining, slight darkening and ink spots, a few small repairs, title and final page laid-down Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-300 231 FC269/79 Caesar, Julius The commentaries of Caesar... London: J. and R. Tonson, S. Draper and R. Dodsley, 1780. Folio, frontispiece, 84 (of 85) plates and maps (6 maps, 78 plates), contemporary speckled calf, gilt tooled spine, spine a little chipped, some slight rubbing and gouging to covers, a few page corners slightly folded, closed tears to a few plates, small hole in upper margin of page lv with no loss of text [ESTC T136453] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £1,500-2,000 232 FC269/44 Chapman, Frederick Henry De A treatise on ship-building... Cambridge: Deighton & Sons and J.M. Richardson, 1820. 4to, 2 folding tables, 22 folding engraved plates, contemporary half calf, bookplate, spine and covers a little rubbed, some spotting to text and plates Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £800-1,200 233 FC237/30 Chinnery, George A portfolio of six drawings by George Chinnery, 1774-1852, depicting scenes of life in China in the early nineteenth century. London: Curwen Studio, [1960], illustrations; Hopkinson, Smith F. In Thackeray’s London. Doubleday, Page & Co: Garden City, New York, [1913]. Portfolio of images only, 21 prints, some slight foxing. Cunninghame Graham, R.B. and Cameron, Sir D.Y. The District of Menteith. Stirling: Eneas Mackay, 1930 (Edition de Luxe). Folio, in presentation case, contemporary quarter calf, dust-jacket, signed by the author and illustrator with separate hand written letter from illustrator to Campbell Dodgson, number 22 of 250 copies, contains one original etching by Cameron and 10 reproductions of wash drawings (3) Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £200-300

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234 FC269/123 Classics Lucretius Carus, Titus De rerum natura libri sex. London: Jacob Tonson, 1712. 4to, engraved title, 6 engraved plates (1 folding), contemporary calf, gilt tooled spine, bookplates of Thomas Mytton and Lord Gretton, occasional marginal dampstaining and some slight spotting, spine and covers a little rubbed and chipped [ESTC T50367]; Flaccus, Horace Opera. Canterbury: J. Deighton, 1817. 8vo, contemporary purple calf gilt, bookplate of Lord Gretton, a little faded and rubbed, some foxing; [Idem] Ecologae... London: J. Johnson, T. Payne..., 1809. 8vo, nineteenth century red morocco gilt, g.e., bookplate of the Reverend John Boyle, some slight spotting, title page neatly repaired, closed tear to pages 607- 608 with no loss of text; Lucanus, Marcus Annaeus Pharsalia. Lyon: Samuel Luchtman, 1728. 4to, engraved title, title in red and black, folding map, contemporary calf, gilt tooled spine with green label, small hole to page 340 with loss of a couple of letters, pagination skips from page 38 to page 57 but text appears to be continuous, spine a little rubbed, joints beginning to split (4) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-250

237 FE553/43 Drummond, James Ancient Scottish weapons. Edinburgh: George Waterston & Sons, 1881. Folio, number 45 of 500, 54 chromolithographed plates, contemporary quarter morocco, spine and covers faded, soiled and rubbed, some internal foxing, dampstaining and occasional soiling, a few small marginal holes to plates, previous owner’s bookplates to endpapers £250-300 238 FC269/5 Du Monceau, M. Duhamel Elémens de l’architecture navale... Paris: Charles-Antoine Jombert (Libraire du Roi pour l’Artillerie & le Genie), 1752. 4to, engraved frontispiece, 24 folding engraved plates on 23 sheets, contemporary calf, calf peeling and removed from some parts of spine, covers a little rubbed and soiled, slight dampstaining, closed marginal tear on page 199, plate 21 torn at join, occasional dust-soiling and spotting Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-500

235 FC269/30 Colson, Nathaniel and John The mariners new kallendar. Dublin: George Grierson, 1713. Small 4to, contemporary quarter calf, a little rubbed and faded, slight marginal worming, with loss of a few letters from pp.83-93, some dust-soiling

239 FC269/71 Duncan, Archibald The mariner’s chronicle... London: J. & J. Cundee, [ca.1805-1810] 12mo, 6 volumes, 50 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, spines and covers a little rubbed, some soiling to spine of volume 6, some darkening and spotting, a small closed tear to page 243 in volume 2 with no loss of text, a few pages lacking or misbound (6)

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236 EZ790/7 Curling - Sliosgarth Curling Club List of curlers & their number of stones, weight & brooms, 1859, mounted on wooden board; Manuscript Notebook ink name Struan Robertson, with notes of matches from January 1856 to Jan 1862, small calf bound notebook with S.C.C. in gilt on front board; Royal Caledonian Curling Club Printed list of medals. July 1852-October 1863. Various sizes, 12 issues, previous folds; Royal Caledonian Curling Club Grand match between North and South sides of Forth. 1852-62. Mainly 2 leaves folio, 9 issues, printed list of competitors, some with inserts of travel arrangements, previous folds, docketed in ink; Royal Caledonian Curling Club Grand match between North and South sides of the Clyde. 1862-63, 2 leaves folio, printed list of competitors, previous folds, docketed in ink; Royal Caledonian Curling Club 9 printed & manuscript receipts, for Annual subscription or expenses, for Sliosgarth Club, previous folds, all contained in large wooden box, with rope handles, metal hinges and flange £200-300

240 FD319/1 Economics - Bibliography - Goldsmiths’ Library Catalogue of the Goldsmiths’ Library of economic literature. Cambridge, C.U.P., 1970-83. 4 volumes, 4to, original cloth, dustjackets; Kress Library of Business and Economics Catalogue. Boston, 1957-67. 4 volumes, 4to, volume 1 a reprint, original cloth; Palgrave, R.H.I., editor Dictionary of political economy. London, 1901. 3 volumes, 8vo, orignal cloth, ex-library copy, worn; McCulloch, J.R. The literature of political economy. London, 1845. 8vo, original cloth, neatly rebacked retaining spine (12) £180-220

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241 FB553/37 Encyclopaedia Edinensis Edinburgh: John Anderson, 1827. 6 volumes, 4to. contemporary tree calf, vols 4 and 6 modern spines, some wear and rubbing to covers and spines, boards of vol. 3 slightly scraped and hinge splitting, spotting to most plates and occasional dampstaining, 175 of 181 plates present, pp.5-6 in vol. 4 repaired with tissue; J. M. McC. The fluviad: or A metrical description of the rivers of Galloway and Dumfries-shire. Dumfries: J McDiarmid & Son, [n.d.] 8vo, original green cloth gilt, contains annotations and additions possibly by author, fading to spine, some splitting to joints and foxing; Dugdale, Thomas England & Wales. [c.1840]. 10 volumes, some wear and damage to spines and joints and soiling to covers, library stamps and foxing present; and one other (18) £150-250 242 FC269/34 Euler, Leonard A compleat theory of the construction and properties of vessels... London: P. Elmsley, 1776. 8vo, contemporary calf, 10 (of 11) folding plates, lacking plate 10, contemporary calf, bookplate, a little rubbed, some slight chipping, joints splitting, some very slight foxing to page creases, foremargin of page 12 trimmed with loss of a couple of letters [ESTC T99891] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton Note: Various editions of this work call for 6 plates, whilst the plate numbering in this edition suggests that there should be 11. Although only 10 plates are present in this copy, there is no obvious sign of the missing plate having been removed. £200-300 243 FD391/36 Evelyn, John Numismata, a discourse of medals... London: Benjamin Tooke, 1697. First edition, 4to, contemporary calf, title in red and black, later manuscript copy of an excerpt of Evelyn’s diary from 6th June 1687 attached to page 151, lacks portrait, small closed tear to page 257, spine and covers rubbed, occasional dust-soiling, first and last few pages slightly darkened, neat signatures of two previous owners on title page [Wing E3505] [ESTC R21821]; [Idem] Sylva, or a discourse of forest-trees... London: Royal Society, 1670. Second edition, 4to, includes Pomona and Kalendarium Hortense sections, 5 engravings, contemporary calf, covers and spine rubbed, joints split and upper cover detaching, some darkening and soiling to margins and endpapers, small hole to pp.215-6 with loss of a couple of letters, a couple of marginal tears to title and endpapers [Wing E3517] [ESTC R586]; and one other (3) £300-400

244 FC269/21 Falconer, William An universal dictionary of the marine... London: T. Cadell, 1771. Second edition, 4to, 12 folding engraved plates (plate 5 misbound), contemporary speckled calf with gilt tooled spine, spine very slightly rubbed, a fine copy with some slight offsetting and very light, occasional spotting to plates, very small closed tears to some plates along folds [ESTC T71581] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £600-800 245 FC269/97 Farmer, John S. Slang and its analogues... London: Thomas Poulter and Sons, 18901904. 8vo, 7 volumes, number 92 of 750 copies printed for subscribers only and signed by the author, original half calf with gilt vellum boards, many pages uncut, bookplates of T.N. Brushfield, spines rubbed and faded, chipped in places, some soiling to covers, some light spotting (7) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 246 FE69/2 Fine Bindings - Scotland Faujas de Saint Fond, B. A journey through England and Scotland to the Hebrides in 1784. Glasgow: Hugh Hopkins, 1907. 8vo, 2 volumes, limited to 450 copies, portrait and 6 plates, contemporary red half morocco gilt, t.e.g., slight fading to spines and corners very slightly rubbed, very minor, occasional dampstaining, largely very clean and some pages uncut; Burton, John Hill The Scot abroad. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1864. 8vo, 2 volumes, green half morocco, spines slightly faded; Skene, James A series of sketches of the existing localities alluded to in the Waverley novels... Edinburgh: Cadell and Co., 1829. 12mo, 63 engraved plates, contemporary calf with floral gilt tooled spine, spine a little faded, fine copy; and 3 others (8) £150-200

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247 FC269/114 Furttenbach, Joseph Architectura navalis, das ist von dem schiff-gebäw... Ulm: Johan Saurn, 1629. First edition, large 4to, double-page engraved title, title in red and black, 20 double engraved plates, margin of plate 10 very slightly dust-soiled, occasional and very slight dampstaining, a very minor amount of spotting and some small holes to pages 93 to 94 with loss of a couple of letters, very clean copy; [bound with] Boeckler, Georg Andreas Architectura civilis, nova & antiqua... Frankfurt: Johann Georg Spörlin, 1763. Large 4to, title in red and black, 40 engraved plates, pages a little darkened, contemporary vellum, armorial bookplate bearing the initials C.W.G.V.N., spine a little faded and very slightly soiled, a couple of small and discreet repairs with no loss of text Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £3,000-4,000

248 FD723/1 Gilbert, W.S. Original comic operas. London: Chappell & Co., [n.d., ca.1890-1900] 8vo, 2 volumes, signed and inscribed by W.S. Gilbert to Vera L. Holme at the Savoy Theatre, the first volume with the quotation, “Sad is that woman’s lot who, year by year/ Sees one by one her beauties disappear!” on 6th June 1907, and a similar quotation in the second volume, original printed boards, decorative art bookplates of Vera L. Holme to paste-down endpapers (2) £300-400 249 FC269/84 Gould, Robert Freke The history of freemasonry. London: Thomas C. Jack, 1886-1887. 4to, 3 volumes, 3 portraits, 46 engraved plates (2 coloured), red morocco gilt, g.e., covers and spine a little rubbed and soiled, spine of volume 1 detaching, some foxing, hinges weak or repaired Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200

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250 FC269/28 Grose, Francis Lexicon balatronicum, a dictionary of buckish slang, university wit, and pickpocket eloquence. London: C. Chappel, 1811. 8vo, contemporary tree calf, gilt tooled spine, small amount of rubbing to spine, occasional light spotting Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 251 FC269/52 Hamilton, Augusta, Lady Marriage rites, customs and ceremonies of all nations of the universe. London: Chapple and Son..., 1822. 8vo, contemporary half calf, rubbed, spine slightly faded, some foxing; Westall, Richard A day in spring and other poems. London: John Murray, 1808. 8vo, engraved frontispiece, 3 engraved plates, contemporary tree calf, a little rubbed, lower joint beginning to split, some spotting and offsetting; Rogers, John Benjamin The days of Harold. London: A.K. Newman and Co., 1816. 8vo, frontispiece, contemporary calf, spine a little rubbed and faded, some light spotting; Croker, T. Crofton Fairy legends... London: William Tegg, [1862?]. 8vo, contemporary calf, bookplates, a little rubbed, gilt doublures, endpapers very slightly foxed; [Stewarton] The revolutionary plutarch... London: John Murray, 1804. 8vo, 2 volumes, contemporary tree calf, bookplates; The Oxford sausage Cambridge: W. Grant and J. Grant, 1822. 12mo, portrait, contemporary calf, bookplate, spine a little darkened, joints splitting, endpapers and portrait spotted; Brewster, Sir David Letters on natural magic. London: John Murray, 1832. 8vo, contemporary half calf, rubbed, neat school prize inscription to paste-down endpaper, closed tear to page 116; Balfour, J.H. Botany and religion. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1863. 8vo, frontispiece, contemporary calf gilt, very slight occasional spotting and dust-soiling; and 16 other titles (36) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-500 252 FC269/136 Hamilton, Lady Augusta Marriage rites, customs and ceremonies of all nations of the universe. London: Chapple and Son, 1822. 8vo, binding a little rubbed, upper joint cracked, a little darkening; Liddell, Henry The wizard of the north, the vampire bride and other poems. Edinburgh: T. Cadell, 1833. 8vo, contemporary half calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, a little rubbed; Burney, James History of the buccaneers of America. London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1891. 8vo, contemporary half morocco, bookplate of Lord Gretton, spine a little faded and rubbed; Nicholas, Sir Nicholas Harris The dispatches and letters of Vice Admiral Lord Nelson. London: Henry Colburn, 1845. 8vo, 7 volumes, purple cloth gilt with embossed emblem and motto ‘England expects every man will do his duty’ to upper covers, bookplates of Lord Gretton, covers and spines faded, occasional spotting; Mill, John Stuart A system of logic... London: John W. Parkrt, 1851. 8vo, 2 volumes, bookplates of Lord Gretton, a little rubbed; Philippart, John Memoirs and campaigns of Charles John... London: C.J. Barrington, 1814. 8vo,

original boards, bookplate of Lord Gretton, some slight foxing; Fosbroke, Thomas Dudley Encyclopaedia of antiquities and elements of archaeology. London: John Bowyer, 1840. 8vo, 2 volumes, contemporary half morocco, bookplates of Lord Gretton, some slight spotting; [Lytton, Edward Bulwer, Baron] The pilgrims of the Rhine. [N.p.]: E.I. Roberts, 1834. 8vo, morocco gilt with gilt doubleurs and pink watered silk endpapers, bookplate of Lord Gretton; and a small number of others; sold not subject to return Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 253 FD391/23 Handel, George Frederick Il Radamisto opera rapresentata nel Regio Teatro d’Haymarket. London: Publisht by the Author, Printed and Sold by Richard Meares, [1720]. First edition, folio, [without the Arie aggiunte di Radamisto], [Smith 1, p.53], privilege leaf, 121pp., pp.68-73 supplied in photocopy, pp. 120-121 in pen facsimile, title very soiled and corners frayed, several other corners worn, later half calf; Handel, G.F. Samson an Oratorio. London: I. Walsh, [?1743]. 4to, [W.C. Smith, no. 2?, p. 135], early 19th century half calf, rubbed; Handel, G.F. L’allegro, il penseroso, ed il moderato. London: I. Walsh, [1741]. Folio, [W.C. Smith no 4, p.94], title repaired on verso, modern quarter calf; Handel, G.F. Anecdotes of George Frederick Handel and John Christopher Smith. London: Cadell &c., 1799. 4to, engraved frontispiece and 34pp. engraved music, original wrappers, uncut, some light pencil notes to title, worn; Handel, G.F. Israel in Egypt, an Oratorio. London: Harrison & Co., [c.1785]. Oblong folio, [Smith No. 2, p.108]; [bound with] Samson, an Oratorio. London: Harrison & Co., [c.1785]. Oblong folio, [Smith No. 12, p.138]; bound with pp.17-112 of another work; contemporary half calf, worn; sold not subject to return (5) £300-500 254 FC269/95 Hedderwick, Peter A treatise on marine architecture... Edinburgh: printed for the author, 1830. 4to, text volume only, 8 engraved plates, nineteenth century half calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, spine and corners a little rubbed and bumped, some slight foxing but mostly clean Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 255 FC268/1 Heylyn, Peter Keimelia ’ekklesiastika - the historical and miscellaneous tracts. London: Charles Harper, 1681. 4to, 20th century speckled calf, original blanks and portrait lacking, very small hole to page 526 with loss of a couple of letters, largely very clean [ESTC R7550] [Wing H1680] £200-300

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257 FC269/67 Hope, Thomas Costume of the ancients. London: William Miller, 1809. Second edition, 200 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, bookplate, rubbed, joints split, endpapers a little darkened Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 258 FC269/43 Hutchinson, William A treatise founded upon philosophical and rational principles...of merchant’s ships in general, and... practical seamanship... Liverpool: Thomas Billinge, 1791. 4to, 13 plates (one folding), contemporary half calf, bookplate, very rubbed, joints splitting, spine a little chipped, some slight dust-soiling and foxing, mostly marginal [ESTC T99499] Note: Born in Newcastle in 1715, William Hutchinson went from East India trader to the Royal Navy to privateer to dockmaster of Liverpool harbour within his lifetime. As an addition to his professional roles, Hutchinson also helped to establish the world’s first lifeboat station, at Formby and worked with doctors on improving methods of artificial respiration for drowning victims. Yet another claim to fame for Hutchinson is that in 1763 he installed a parabolic reflector in Leasow Lighthouse, possibly the first time this had ever been done. Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £400-500

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256 FD391/37 Hooker, Richard The laws of ecclesiastical politie. London: printed by William Stansbye, n.d. [1622?]. Folio, engraved title pages, contemporary vellum, bookplate of Joseph Symmonds Hooker, covers detached, soiled and partially nibbled, a few pages dust-soiled or creased, small hole with loss of a couple of letters to page 35, final blank lacking [STC (2nd ed.) 13717] [ESTC S119108 ]; Wotton, Sir Henry Relique Wottonianae: or, a collection of lives, letters, poems with characters of sundry personages. London: B. Tooke, 1685. 8vo, 4 portraits, contemporary mottled calf, bookplate of Thomas Cartwright of Aynho to paste-down endpaper, spine rubbed and chipped, covers very slightly rubbed, pages a little dust-soiled [Wing W3651] [ESTC R21126 ] (2) Note: Hooker Collates: [60], 453, [18] as opposed to EEBO’s and ESTC’s versions: [60], 453, [3], 453-583, [17] £150-200

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259 FE532/1 Jacobite Interest - 1745 Rising Letter written by Robert Lecke in Stirling on 4th April 1746, twelve days prior to the Battle of Culloden, giving some account of the Highland Uprising taking place under the leadership of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, including information such as: “Sir Andrew Agnew with 500 men is still at Blair of Atholl, has been attacked several times by the Highlanders who played upon him with 2 pieces of small cannon about 3 powders...” and other details of skirmishes, taking prisoners and shipping, 4 pages (writing on 2 pages), each page 18.5x22.5cm, section lacking from second leaf with no loss of text, some slight dust-soiling and spotting, a couple of very small holes where paper has been folded with loss of a couple of letters, transcription available £100-150 260 FC269/57 James, Sir Henry Facsimiles of national manuscripts from William the Conqueror to Queen Anne... Southampton: Ordinary Survey Office, 1865. Large 4to, 4 volumes, original black cloth gilt, bookplates, some very occasional spotting, volume 4 lacking pages 72-73 (explaining plates XLV-XLIX); Folkes, Martin English coinage, silver and gold... London: Society of Antiquaries, [ca.1890] 4to , frontispiece, 67 engraved plates, contemporary quarter morocco, bookplate, rubbed, some darkening and offsetting to title; sold not subject to return (5) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-250

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261 FD391/38 Jamieson, John An etymological dictionary of the Scottish language... Edinburgh: W.Creech, A.Constable & Co., W.Blackwood..., 1808. 4to, 2 volumes; and [Idem] Supplement to the etymological dictionary of the Scottish language... Edinburgh: W. & C. Tait, 1825. 4to, 2 volumes; Uniform contemporary calf, spines and bindings rubbed, joints weak, covers of volume 1 detached, inscription by Elizabeth Argyll on free-endpaper (4) £100-150 262 FD271/1 Kerr, John The history of curling... Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1890. 8vo., with an inscription to the front free endpaper from the author to the vice president of the Lanarkshire province of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club, portrait, title in red and black with water colour print of curling pond, 13 engraved plates, original bords with printed watercolour sketch of curling stone, quarter red morocco, gilt floral tooling and gilt curling stone, occasional spotting, especially to end papers, portrait loose, spine rubbed and upper part of spine detaching, slight dust soiling to covers; Hall, S.C. Ireland, its scenery and character. London: Virtue and Co., [c.1845]. 8vo, 3 volumes, 111 engraved maps and plates, contemporary red half morocco gilt, edges gilt, rubbing and soiling to spines and covers, some internal foxing, a few leaves loose (4) Note: This book belonged to James Hamish Tait who became the oldest person to still be practicing curling, according to the Guinness Book of World Records at the time. £150-200 263 FC268/4 Lamb, A.C. Dundee, its quaint and historic buildings. Dundee: George Petrie, 1895. Large folio, number 92 of 155 copies on ‘large paper’, signed by the author, frontispiece, 57 (of 59) plates, original quarter morocco, cloth jacket, jacket faded and torn, binding rubbed, jacket torn and faded, some dark spotting; Partington, Wilfred (Editor) The private letter-books of Sir Walter Scott. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1930. 8vo, signed and inscribed by Hugh Walpole to Mark Flecker, signed by the author, limited edition of 50 copies, original red morocco gilt, g.e., binding slightly rubbed, spine a little faded (2) £200-250 264 FC269/116 [Madan, Martin] Thelyphthora, or a treatise on female ruin... London: J. Dodsley, 1781. Second edition, 8vo, 3 volumes, contemporary calf, bookplates of Lord Gretton, spines and covers a little rubbed, labels lacking, joints of volume 1 beginning to split, some foxing [ESTC T116714] (3) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300

265 FC269/36 Malborough, Sarah, Duchess of Ralph, James The other side of the question: or, an attempt to rescue the characters of the two royal sisters Q. Mary and Q. Anne... London: T. Cooper, 1742. Small hole in page 1 with loss to a letter [ESTC T95227]; [bound with] Malborough, Sarah, Duchess of The Sarah-AD: or, a flight for fame... London: T. Cooper, 1742. [ESTC T47079]; [bound with] [Fielding, Henry] A full vindication of the Dutchess Dowager of Malborough... London: J. Roberts, 1742. [ESTC N31570]; [bound with] [Anonymous] Remarks upon the conduct of a certain dutchess... London: T. Cooper, 1742. [ESTC T46880]; [bound with] ‘Britannicus’ A continuation of the review of a late treatise entitled an account of the conduct of the Dow—r D- of M-.. London: J. Roberts, 1742. A couple of ink spots obscuring a few letters, tear to upper margin of p.41 with no loss of text, [ESTC T34036]; 8vo, contemporary calf, rubbed, joints cracked, darkening to some pages Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 266 FC237/198 Map - Ainslie, John Scotland drawn and engrav’d from a series of angles and astronomical observations. Edinburgh: “Published according to Act of Parliament with improvements till 1800 by Thomas Brown”, large folding map on 9 sheets, engraved and hand-coloured in outline, dissected and backed on linen, each sheet c. 60.5 x 55cm., contemporary morocco case with flap, case somewhat worn, map clean; Foster, J.J. The Stuarts. London: Dickinson’s, 1902. Folio, 2 volumes, 116 (of 129) plates and illustrations, extra-illustrated with 60 additional plates, contemporary red half morocco gilt, some foxing to plates and pages and some slight fading to covers; Hooker, Sir W.J. Perth-shire illustrated... Glasgow: A . Fullarton and Co., 1843. Folio, 63 engraved plates, panelled green morocco with acanthus pattern, gilt tooling, spine tooled with gilt floral pattern, edges gilt, rubbing and fading to spine and covers, some foxing to plates; Gibbon, Edward Miscellaneous works, with memoirs of his life and writings composed by himself: illustrated from his letters, with occasional notes and narrative by John Lord Sheffield, in two volumes. London: A. Strathan, T. Cadell Jun. and W. Davies, 1796. 4to., silhouette portrait, contemporary tree calf, neatly rebacked with original spines, occasional light spotting (6) Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £600-700 267 FD311/1 Marban, Pedro Cathecismo en lengua Espanola y Moxa. Lima: Joseph de Contreras, [1702]. Very small 4to, contemporary calf, rubbed, lacking pp.67-68, pp.219-238 worming, some words affected, a few pages repaired, occasional soiling and spotting £150-250

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268 FC269/96 [Michelot, Henri/ Allard, Carolus] L’art de batir les vaisseaux... Amsterdam: David Mortier, 1719. 4to, 2 volumes in one, title in red and black with engraved vignette, 22 engraved plates, mostly plain with occasional blue coloured areas and 90 plates showing flags with hand-colouring (112 plates in total), contemporary calf, bookplates of John Frodsham, Egerton Leigh, and Lord Gretton, spine neatly rebacked, covers a little rubbed, some slight dampstaining to outer margins of a few pages, small amount of repair work to some inner margins with no loss of text, ‘Frodsham’ plate loose Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £1,500-2,000 269 FE648/1 Millais, J.G. Rhododendrons and the various hybrids. Second Series. London: Longmans, 1924. Folio, plates, some coloured, original maroon cloth; Johnstone, Thomas The history of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Berwick: J. Reid &c., 1817. 12mo, folding plan, original boards, uncut, spine worn (2) £200-250

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270 FC269/131 Moore, Thomas Memoirs, journal and correspondence. London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1853. 8vo, 8 volumes, contemporary half calf, bookplates of Lord Gretton, spines a little rubbed; Hearne, Thomas Robert of Gloucester’s chronicle. Oxford: printed at the Theater, 1724. 8vo, 2 volumes in 4, contemporary calf, bookplates of Lord Gretton, bindings soiled and a little rubbed; Mirabeau, Count The secret history of the Court of Berlin. London: S. Bladon, 1789. 8vo, 2 volumes, original? boards, bookplates of Lord Gretton, boards a little bumped and soiled, some fading to spines, slight internal foxing; Forsyth, J. S. The antiquary’s portfolio... London: George Wightman, 1825. 8vo, 2 volumes, original boards, a little soiled, labels rubbed, some offsetting onto titles; Dover, Lord (editor) Letters of Horace Walpole Earl of Orford to Sir Horace Mann. London: Richard Bentley, 1833. 8vo, 3 volumes, contemporary half calf, bookplates of Lord Gretton, volumes 1 and 2 lacking labels, spines a little rubbed; Turner, Sharon The history of the Anglo-Saxons... London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, 1828. 8vo, 3 volumes, contemporary half calf, bookplates of Lord Gretton, rubbed; Court of England The authentic records of the Court of England for the last seventy years. London: J. Phillips, 1832. 8vo, hand-coloured frontispiece, contemporary calf, bookplate of George Chetwynde; The lounger’s

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common-place book London: Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, 1805. 8vo, 3 volumes, contemporary green gilt tooled calf, bookplates, rubbed, a few labels lacking, joints splitting, spines a little chipped; Full condition reports available upon request (26) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 271 FD391/21 Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Missa pro defunctis. Requiem. Neue Ausgabe. Leipzig: Im Verlage der Breitkopf -und Haertelschen Musikhandlung, [1812]. Oblong folio, engraved frontispiece, 128pp., original wrappers, some spotting, wrappers worn and soiled £200-300 272 FD140/17 Nansen, Fridtjof Farthest North. London: George Newnes, 1898. First edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, 112 plates and map, original green cloth gilt with star and ship images on covers, slight soiling and rubbing to spines and some foxing; Jugel, Carl - Hendschel, U. Post-und reise-karte von Deutschland... Frankfurt: Carl Jugel, 1842. 48 small sections combined, backed onto grey linen, 109x125cm, outlines coloured, folds into original case with paper labels in German and French, case dust-soiled with corners worn, previous owner’s name written neatly onto paper labels; Robinson, W.H - Stratton, Helen... The Arabian nights entertainments. London: George Newnes, 1899. 4to, illustrations by W.H. Robinson, Helen Stratton, A.D McCormick, A.L. Davis and A.E. Norbury, g.e., original cloth with image of Aladdin on cover, covers slightly rubbed and soiled, some foxing; Gould Mr. Gould’s tropical birds... London: Ariel Press, 1955. Filio, 24 colour facsimile plates, slipcase, some very slight dust-soiling and minor spotting to slipcase (5) £100-150 273 FC269/122 Northumberland, Algernon Percy, 4th Duke Report of the committee appointed to examine the life-boat models... London: W. Clowes & sons, 1851. 4to, 2 wreck charts and 13 folding plates, blue cloth gilt with armorial crest of the house of Percy to upper cover, covers slightly soiled, a little spotting to plates Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 274 FC269/16 Onania Or the heinous sin of self-pollution, and all its frightful consequences (in both sexes) considered: with spiritual and physical advice to those who have already injured themselves by this abominable practice. London: C. Corbett, 1759. 8vo, contemporary calf, later spine, a little rubbed, title, preface and initial 8 pages wormed with loss of a few letters, some slight soiling [ESTC N11811] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton

Note: According to ESTC, copies held by Cambridge University Library in the UK and Case Western Reserve University in the USA. Dutch theologian Dr Balthazar Bekker was the first to distribute a pamphlet entitled Onania, or the heinous sin of self-pollution... in 1716. The work continued to be published in several editions, issuing dire warnings to those who indulged in “self-pollution”. The reader is warned that masturbation can lead to: “Disturbances in the stomoch... vomiting, nausea... paralysis... thinness, pimples on the face... attacks of rage, maddness, idiocy... and finally suicide.” Those suffering from prior misdemeanor are advised to acquire “Strengthening Tincture” and “Prolific Powder” to cure themselves of their wicked habits. £300-400 275 FC268/3 [Parkinson, Anthony] Collectanea anglo-minoritica, or a collection of the antiquities of the English Franciscans... commonly call’d Gray Friers. London: printed by Thomas Smith, 1726. 4to, 4 engraved plates, modern calf with blind tooling, spine a little faded, original blanks/endpapers lacking, darkening; and one religious 4to (2) £150-200 276 FC269/81 Pennant, Thomas Some account of London. London: Robert Faulder, 1805. Fourth edition, 4to, engraved title, engraved map, 110 engraved plates, contemporary calf, gilt tooled border, bookplate of Lord Gretton, upper cover detached, spine lacking, covers a little rubbed, a little spotting and some offsetting; Reynolds, John The triumphs of Gods revenge... London: William Lee, 1657. Folio in sixes, engraved title, title in red and black, contemporary calf with gilt armorial shield, bookplate of Lord Gretton, covers rubbed and chipped, spine detaching, spotting and dust-soiling, title page repaired, a few tears to pages 12-124 and 143-144 with loss of a few words [ESTC R10128] [Wing R1309] (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 277 FD324/1 Perrin, Ida Southwell and Boulger, George S. British flowering plants. London: Bernard Quaritch, 1914. 4to, 4 volumes, number 350 of 1000 copies, 300 chromolithographed plates, original cream cloth gilt, t.e.g., some very slight dust-soiling to covers and occasional light foxing; [MacMichael, William] The gold-headed cane. London: John Murray, 1828. Second edition, 4to, engraved frontispiece, extra-illustrated, 25 plates and 85 portraits, 1 coloured, in total, contemporary red cloth, t.e.g., spine a little faded, binding slightly rubbed, bookplate of William Robinson of High Wycombe to paste-down endpaper, to whom the extra-illustration is attributed, and the owner’s inscription of James Alison Glover (C.B.E., M.D., F.R.C.P.), Professor of physic at Gresham College, 1935-8 (4) £300-400

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278 FD391/22 Purcell, Henry Orpheus Britannicus. London: J. Young, 1706-1702. 2 volumes in one, folio, first edition of part 2, second edition of part 1, titles printed in red and black, contemporary panelled calf, neatly rebacked, occasional light spotting £600-800 279 FD391/24 Purcell, Henry The Indian Queen. [London : B. Goodison, ca. 1790]. Folio, engraved throughout, [2], 53, modern boards, green morocco spine £200-300

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280 FD391/35 Rackham, Arthur Wagner, Richard The Rhinegold & the Valkyrie. London: William Heinemann, 1918. 4to, coloured frontispiece and 33 coloured plates by Arthur Rackham, original cloth gilt, spine and covers faded, slight spotting to edges, endpapers and plate mounts a little darkened; [Wagner, Richard] Siegfried and the twilight of the gods. London: William Heinemann, 1911. First edition, 4to, coloured frontispiece, 29 coloured plates by Rackham, original cloth gilt, some fading to spine and boards, first and last few pages slightly foxed, endpapers and plate mounts a little darkened; Powell, Anthony Books do furnish a room. London: Heinemann, 1971. First edition, 8vo, original red cloth, dust-jacket, dust-jacket a little faded and chipped on spine; [Idem] Hearing secret harmonies. London: Heinemann, 1975. First edition, original red cloth, dust-jacket, dust-jacket slightly bumped at base of spine, very minor fading to dust-jacket spine (4) £200-250

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281 FD319/3 Reports on the Poor, Charitable Corporations &c. Further report with the Appendix, from the Committee to whom the petition of the proprietors of the charitable corporation for relief of industrious poor... was referred. Eighteenth of April, 1732. By Mr Sandys; 1733 The report from the Committee... 1733; First report from the committee appointed to consider of the present high price of provisions.. Reported by the Right Honourable Dudley Ryder. 1800; Reports from committees on the laws which concern the relief and settlement of the poor and of parish-poor children. Severally reported in 1775... 1788. Folio, modern calf-backed marbled boards, spine gilt £150-250 282 FC269/74 Return of Owners of Land England and Wales - Return of owners of land, 1873 London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, 1875. 4to, 2 volumes, contemporary red calf, bookplates; Rackham, Arthur The romance of King Arthur and his knights of the round table. London: Macmillan and Co., 1917. 8vo, coloured frontispiece, 15 colour plates and 7 plain plates, original cloth gilt, bookplate, a little rubbed, endpapers darkened; Hope-Moncrieff, A.R. Romance & legend of chivalry. London: Gresham Publishing Company, [N.d.] 8vo, coloured frontispiece, 34 plates (7 coloured), original green cloth gilt, bookplate, a little spotting; Squire, Charles Celtic myth & legend, poetry & romance. London: Gresham Publishing Company, [N.d.] 8vo, coloured frontispiece, 23 plates (3 coloured), original green cloth gilt, bookplate, some light spotting; Shaw, Richard Norman Architectural sketches from the continent. London: Royal Academy of Arts, [N.d.] Folio, 100 engraved plates, cloth gilt, plates loose, spine rubbed and chipped; Villefosse, Héron de A tribute to precious stones. [N.p.]: Cartier, 1947. 4to, original coloured lithograph by André Derain, uncut and unbound in paper wrappers, red slip-case, spine a little dustsoiled; Gilbert, W.S. Songs of a Savoyard. London: George Routledge and Sons, [N.d.] 4to, original cloth gilt, bookplate, g.e., covers a little dust-soiled and faded; Willis, R. The architectural history of Chichester Cathedral. Chichester: William Haylet Mason, 1861. 4to, hand-coloured frontispiece plan, 20 engraved plates (a couple handcoloured), contemporary red half morocco, binding a little soiled and rubbed; Marillier, H.C. The early work of Aubrey Beardsley. london: John Lane, 1912. Small folio, portrait, engraved title, original blue cloth, bookplate, a little faded, some light spotting; Newton, Edward A. (editor) The letters of Madame de Sévigné... London: W.T. Morrell, 1928. 8vo, 7 volumes, number 76 of 350 copies, blue cloth gilt, bookplates, spines faded; And 25 other titles; sold not subject to return (45) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £350-450

283 FC269/124 Sailing and Navigation [Steel, David] The ship-master’s assistant and owner’s manual. London: D. Steel, 1790. 8vo, engraved frontispiece, folding table, 1 engraved plate, contemporary calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, rubbed [ESTC T178423] ; Admirality Office An alphabetical list of the post captains, commander and lieuetenants of his majesty’s fleet... London: M. and S. Brooke, 1806. 8vo, contemporary half calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, rubbed, a little dust-soiling, some notes in an early hand; [Anonymous] The shipwright’s vade-mecum. London: J.W. Norie and Co., 1822. Second edition, 8vo, engraved frontispiece, original boards with label, bookplate of Lord Gretton, covers soiled, a little foxing, lacking folding plates; White, Thomas The theory and practice of ship-building. London: John Johnstone, 1848. 8vo, blue cloth gilt, bookplate of Lord Gretton, pages uncut, includes a contemporary letter requesting a copy of the work, spine faded, text volume only with no plates; Robertson, John The elements of navigation... London: F. Wingrave, J. Johnson... 1805. 8vo, 2 volumes in 1, 16 folding plates, contemporary tree calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, spine rubbed, joints splitting, marginal worming from page 265 to end with no loss of text, small marginal tear to one page with no loss of text; and 4 others (9) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 284 FD391/56 Scarlatti, Domenico Forty two suits of lessons for the harpsichord. London: John Johnson, [c.1755]. 2 volumes in one, oblong 4to, half calf, some marginal dampstaining, poorly rebacked, cover detached, worn; Corelli, Arcangelo Sonate a tre... nouvelle edition. London: B. Cooke, [c.1735]. 4to, 3 parts (of 4) [lacking l’organo], old boards, one volume crudely rebacked, worn; Boyce, W. Solomon, a serenata. London: Harrison & Co., [n.d.]. Oblong 4to, bound with Lyra Britannica. Harrison & Co., [n.d.], half calf, rubbed; Klein, Jacobo VI Duetti. Amsterdam: M.Carlo le Cene, [n.d.]. 1 part only, contemporary quarter calf, rubbed; and 1 other, defective (6) £250-350 285 FC269/35 Sedgwick, James A new treatise on liquors: wherein the use and abuse of wine, maltdrinks, water, &c. are partially consider’d... London: Charles Rivington, 1725. 8vo, contemporary panelled calf, rubbed, darkening to some pages, endpapers foxed [ESTC T116364] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300

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286 FC237/366 Shackleton, Keith Tidelines. London: Lutterworth Press, 1951. First edition, 4to., inscribed and signed by the author, 15 coloured plates, contemporary blue morocco with stylised gilt bird on upper cover, gilt doublures, marbled endpapers, edges gilt, occasional light spotting, very slight spotting and fading to covers; Gauguin, Paul Noa noa... Paris: Syndicat de la Propriété artistique, 1947. Small folio, bookplate of John Roland Abbey to front free-endpaper, reproductions, many in colour, of Gauguin’s work, green morocco with gilt lily motifs to covers, gilt doublures with endpapers showing sponge-printed red and blue design, edges gilt, marbled slipcase, spines of book and slipcase slightly faded; Sitwell, Sacheverell and Blunt, Wilfred Great flower books, 1700-1900. London: Collins, 1956. Large folio, number 52 of 295 copies signed by the authors, 35 (of 36) plates, many coloured, green half morocco with marbled boards and slipcase, some fading to spine, plate 31 lacking; Jones, Paul. Flora Superba. London: The Tryon Gallery, 1971. Large folio, signed by the artist, 16 colour plates, original half vellum, blue cloth boards, with gilt flower decoration to cover, small hole and minor adhesions to plate 16; Sitwell, Sacheverell and Madol, Roger Album de Redouté. London: Collins, 1954. Large folio, 25 colour plates, contemporary green half morocco and marbled boards, number 170 of 250 copies, some slight soiling to covers (5) Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £250-350 287 FC269/118 Shannon, Robert A practical treatise on brewing, distilling, and rectification... London: Robert Scholey, 1805. First edition, 4to, 7 (of 8) engraved plates (final plate lacking), 4 folding tables, contemporary half calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, boards detached, spine and boards rubbed, soiled and chipped, some spotting, page 64 in first part obscured with stuckdown paper, although most words still legible, pagination in part 2 jumps from p.214 to p.245, although there is no sign of pages having been removed, the text does not follow on Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £400-600 288 FE532/2 Shirrefs, Andrew Poems chiefly in the Scottish dialect. Edinburgh; W. Creech and P. Hill, 1790. 8vo, engraved portrait, modern quarter calf, spine a little faded; Irvine, Christopher Historiae Scotiae nomenclatura. Edinburgh: Gideon Shaw, 1682. 8vo, later half calf, joints a little split, spine slightly chipped, lacking first blank, running title shaved off page 243, page number 138 lacking, some slight soiling [ESTC R30360] [Wing I1051]; Creech, William Edinburgh fugitive pieces... Edinburgh: John Fairbairn, Longman, Hurst... 1815. 8vo, engraved portrait, modern half calf, a little offsetting onto title; Storer, John and Greig, John Views in North Britain illustrative of the works of Robert Burns. London: John Stockdale, 1811. 4to, engraved frontispiece and title, 18 engraved plates, original boards, a little soiled, some spotting; And 3 others (7) £200-250

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289 FE553/43C Sobieski Stolberg, John and Stuart, Charles Edward The costume of the clans. Edinburgh: John Menzies, 1845. Large folio, engraved title and 36 plates (29 coloured), contemporary half morocco, rubbed, bumped and soiled, internal dampstaining, soiling and foxing, occasional marginal worming to plates; Grose, Francis The antiquities of Scotland. London: Hooper and Wigstead, 1797. 4to, 2 volumes, 189 (of 190) engraved plates and 2 titles with engraved vignettes, contemporary red morocco gilt, binding rubbed and soiled with some parts lacking leather, occasional spotting and some soiling, hinges weakening; Burns, Thomas Old Scottish communion plate. Edinburgh: R. and R. Clark, 1892. 4to, frontispiece, 86 plates, original red half morocco, t.e.g. binding rubbed, soiled and a little faded, some foxing, hinges repaired but weak; Small, John William Scottish woodwork of the sixteenth & seventeenth centuries... Stirling: Eneas Mackay, n.d. [1878?] Large folio, number 164 of 500 copies, engraved title, plates, original yellow cloth, endpapers darkened, occasional spotting, covers soiled; Armstrong, Sir Walter Sir Henry Raeburn. London: William Heinemann, 1901. Folio, portrait, 61 plates, original red cloth gilt, cloth frayed, covers and spine stained and faded, some foxing; and 16 others, all with ‘ex libris’ bookplates; sold not subject to return (22) £300-400 290 FC263/6 Spotswood, John The history of the Church of Scotland. London, 1847-51 3 volumes, 8vo, brown half morocco, t.e.g.; Chambers, Robert Traditions of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, 1835. First edition, 2 volumes, 12mo, original cloth; [Scott, Sir Walter]. Constable, A. publisher Memoirs of George Heriot jeweller. Edinburgh: A. Constable, 1822. First edition, 8vo, engraved title and 4 plates, original boards, plates slightly browned, rebacked; [Idem] another copy. Edinburgh: A Constable, 1822. 8vo, engraved title and 4 plates, contemporary quarter calf, half-title; [Edinburgh] The sett or decreet abritral of King James the 6th of Blessed memory, deciding all differences betwizt merchants and trades, anen the Government of the City of Edinburgh. Edinburgh: J. Moncur, 1715. 12mo, 2 parts in one volume, woodcut frontispiece, final leaf holed with some loss of text, disbound; and 5 others on Scotland (14) £150-250 291 FC269/54 [Steel, David] Seamanship, both in theory and practice. London: David Steel, 1795. 8vo, engraved frontispiece, 3 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, bookplate, rubbed, lower joint splitting, a couple of marks in ink and pencil, some slight soiling and darkening, [ESTC N21440] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200

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292 FC269/93 Steel, David The elements and practice of naval architecture... London: W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, 1822. Third edition, 4to, text volume only, engraved frontispiece, folding table, 15 plates (some folding), contemporary half calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, very occasional light spotting, a couple of minor closed marginal tears with no loss of text Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 293 FC269/94 Steel, David The elements and practice of naval architecture. London: P. Steel, 1805. First edition?, 4to, text volume only, engraved frontispiece, 9 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, a little rubbed, pages 93-96 misbound, occasional slight spotting and a few plates a little browned Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 294 FD391/39 Storer, J. & H.S. Views in Edinburgh and its vicinity... Edinburgh: A. Constable & Co., 1820. 8vo, 2 volumes, 2 folding maps, 97 engraved plates, contemporary calf with gilt tooling, spines a little rubbed and faded; Playfair, John Outlines of natural philosophy. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Company, 1812. 8vo, 2 volumes, 7 plates, contemporary calf with gilt tooling, some chipping, rubbing and soiling to spines, covers a little soiled. g.e., previous owner’s bookplate to paste-down endpaper; Anonymous Views in Scotland. [N.p., n.d.] [c.1830?] 4to, 80 engraved images of Scottish scenery (mainly country houses) on 40 plates, engraved by T.H. Shepherd, plates accompanied by descriptions of the houses, contemporary half calf, rubbed, spine faded, some foxing (5) £250-300 295 FC269/48 Stukeley, William Itinerarium curiosum... London: printed for the author, 1724. Folio, frontispiece (featuring portrait), 100 engraved plates (including maps, some folding), later calf, bookplate, rubbed, spine a little faded, some browning to frontispiece and plates, small closed tear to frontispiece, some very slight marginal worming with no loss of text [ESTC T99861] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-500

296 FC237/187 Thornton, T., Colonel A sporting tour through the northern parts of England and great part of the Highlands of Scotland… London: printed for Vernor and Hood, 1804. 4to., engraved frontispiece, 15 engraved plates, bookplate of John Roland Abbey to inside of cover, original boards, occasional foxing, slight rubbing to boards and joints starting to crack; Triggs, Inigo H. Formal gardens in England and Scotland. London: B.T. Batsford, 1902. Large folio, 125 plates, original green half morocco gilt, some rubbing to spine, very occasional slight dust-soiling; Trials and Proceedings A complete collection of state-trials, and proceedings upon high-treason... London: [John Wathoe Senior and Junior], 1742. Third edition, folio, volumes 1-2 and 4-6 only; and A collection of state-trials and proceedings...from the reign of King Edward VI to the present time. London: [B. Motte, C Bathurst and T.Wotton], 1735. First edition, folio, forming volumes 7 and 8 of the previous set; contemporary speckled calf, spines rebacked, very occasional light dust-soiling and spotting, interiors largely clean, some rubbing to covers and spines, contemporary, neat notes in ink to endpapers; Stackhouse, Thomas A new history of the Holy Bible... London: Stephen Austen, 1742. Second edition, folio, 2 volumes, engraved frontispiece and 36 engraved plates and maps, red and black printed titles, contemporary calf, contemporary spines repaired and rebacked, rubbing to covers, occasional spotting, darkening to last few pages; Saachi, Andrea 9 engraved plates by Desiderius de Angelis after Andreas Sacchi, c. 1769, 4 engravings by Dom. Cunego after Dominicus Zampieri, 1 engraving by P. Bombelli after Desiderius de Angelis, 1780, folio, contemporary half calf (12) Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £300-500 297 FD391/29 Wagner, Richard Parsifal. Mainz: B. Schott’s Söhne,[1882]. First edition, [2], 261 pages, folio, lithographed, variant with the publisher’s number 23406 on the title and the music beginning on the verso of the cast list, without the errata list, bookplate of Ernest Chausson, contemporary half calf, rubbed; Wagner, Richard Die Walküre. Mainz: B. Schott’s Söhne, [c.1865-70]. Folio, publisher’s number 17995 on title, iv], 274 pages, contemporary half calf, omits the dedicatory poem to King Ludwig II, rubbed; Wagner, Richard Das Rheingold. London, Mainz, Brussels & Paris: Schott, [n.d.], Folio, 4to, [iv], 216 pages, cloth-backed wrappers (3) £700-1,000

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298 FC263/8 [Walton, Isaac] The life of Mr. Rich. Hooker. London: Rich. Marriott, 1665. First edition, 8vo, contemporary calf, signature of He. Carrington on title and ?later inscription “Tanquam Explo. Charles Cotton “ at end on p. 209, covers detached, spotting and soiling, lacks frontispiece portrait, [Wing W670; ESTC R10749]; [Charles, Leslie] Cassandra. (But I hope not). London, 1705. 4to, disbound; Pliny An address of thanks to a good prince. London: T. Fickus & W. Hart, 1686. 8vo, translated by William Kennett, lacking dedication (supplied in manuscript) and portrait, lacks spine, spotting; [Castera, J.H.] The life of Catharine II, Empress of Russia. London, 1799. 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary tree calf’ Fortescue, Sir John The difference between an absolute and limited monarchy. London, 1714. 8vo, ruled in red throughout, title printed in red and black, contemporary calf, neatly rebacked; [Paxton, P.] Civil polity. A treatise concerning the nature of government. London, 1703. 8vo, recent half calf, slightly browned, title with library stamp & repaired in inner margin; Forsyth, J.S. The antiquary’s portfolio. London, 1825. 2 volumes, 8vo, frontispieces, black half morocco, t.e.g.; [Williamson, John] A treatise on military finance. London, 1800. 12mo, [Copac, only 1 copy of this edition], contemporary sheep, rubbed; [Mancini, F.] Hydaspes. An opera. London, 1712. 8vo, disbound; [Hailes, Lord] The address of Q. Sept. Tertullian to Scapula Tertullus. Edinburgh, 1790. 12mo, original boards, uncut; boards slightly soiled; Fordyce, William Memoirs concerning Herculaneum. London, 1750. 8vo, disbound; and 8 others (21) £200-300

299 FC269/49 Wimpheling, Jacob Avisamentum de concubinariis non absolvendis. [N.p.], 1507. Small 4to, woodcut device to title, 20th century calf gilt by Zaehnsdor, gilt doublures, pages a little dust-soiled Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £500-700 300 FC269/106 Wing, John Olympia domata [Gr.] London: the Company of Stationers, 1708-1803. 8vo, 19 editions bound together in nineteenth century calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, rubbed, 1710 lacks the ‘Wing’ section, a few marginal holes and trimmed foremargins with loss of a few letters on affected pages, 1803 dust-soiled, some small stamps [ESTC T28555, T28557, T28563, T28581, T28600, T28601, T28602, T28604, T28608, T28617, T28618, T28619, T28624, T28635, T28638 , N41537, T28641, T28644]; Rider, Cardanus British Merlin. London: Company of Stationers, 1793. 8vo, 60 pages [ESTC T45031]; [bound with] Heraldry in miniature London: Rivington, Longman... [1791] 12mo, collates [2] [36] [plates numbered 1-84, 13-36], lacks subsequent pages [ESTC N17450]; [bound with] The London Calendar... London: John Stockdale, 1793. 12mo, collates: iv, 1-24, 22-281 [ESTC T139281], contemporary calf with later spine, bookplate of Lord Gretton, rubbed, some writing in ink to endpapers; Kimber, [Edward] The peerage of England. London: H. Woodfall... 1769 [1768]. 12mo, 28 plates, contemporary calf, joints weak, rubbed, plates 27 and 28 torn [ESTC T133520]; [Idem] The peerage of Ireland. London: H. Woodfall..., 1768. 12mo, 24 plates (one blank), contemporary calf, joints splitting, rubbed, a little foxing [ESTC T133518]; sold not subject to return (4) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300

NATURAL HISTORY 301 FC237/321 Bradley, R. A general treatise of husbandry and gardening ... London: printed for J. Peele, [1726?]. 8vo, 12 parts in 2 volumes, 11 (of 17) engraved plates (5 folding), contemporary panelled calf, spines repaired, some slight soiling to covers and rubbing to spines, slight soiling to titles and endpapers; Fessenden, Thomas G. The new American gardener… Boston: J.B. Russell, 1828. By ‘The American Butler’, First edition, 12mo., later blue morocco gilt, marbled endpapers, edges gilt, occasional spotting, blue faded from upper cover and spine (3) Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £250-350

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302 FC269/6 Bradley, Richard New improvements of planting and gardening, both philosophical and practical... London: A. Bettesworth, C. Hitch, J. & J. Pemberton, J. & P. Knapton, D. Brown, 1739. 8vo, engraved frontispiece, 13 plates (10 folding), contemporary calf, a little rubbed and bumped,some very slight dampstaining, plate 9 (labelled Plate III) torn, frontispiece loose and creased, a couple of ink blots along edges [ESTC T10378] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-250 303 FC269/88 Cook, Moses The manner of raising, ordering and improving forest-trees. London: Daniel Browne, Andrew Bell, John Darby, Arthur Bettesworth... 1717. Second edition, 8vo, engraved frontispiece, 4 plates on 2 folding sheets, contemporary panelled calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, rubbed, some dampstaining [ESTC T38948] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-250 304 FD323/6 Des Murs, Marc Athanse Parfait Oeillet Iconographie ornithologique... Paris: Friedrich Klincksieck, 1849. Part 1, large 4to, 18 (of 72) hand-coloured plates (plates 12, 18, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 30, 38, 39, 42, 47, 48, 51, 58, 64, 65 and 66 present), red morocco gilt, g.e., gilt doublures, a little soiling and rubbing, some spotting to text, plates fairly clean £200-300 305 FD196/64 [Donovan, Edward] Illustrations to Donovan’s shells. [N.p., 1804?] 8vo, 178 (of 180) handcoloured plates, plate volume only, contemporary quarter morocco, some dampstaining £200-250 306 FE679/1 Dresser, Henry E. A history of the birds of Europe. London: published by the author, 1871-81. 8 volumes [with the Preface, Introduction, List of Subscribers and Index bound as volume 1], 631 hand-coloured lithographed plates, 2 uncoloured lithographed plates, contemporary green half morocco, t.e.g., a very few plates with faint offsetting, spines faded £4,000-5,000 307 FD363/1 Forshaw, Joseph M. Kingfishers and related birds. Melbourne: Lansdowne, 1983. First edition, folio, collector’s issue, number 876 of 1000 copies signed by the author and illustrator, 2 volumes, illustrated by William T. Cooper, original blue half morocco with blind embossed floral motifs, contained in blue cloth book box with morocco gilt title panel, some very minor soiling to box £500-700

308 FD363/2 Forshaw, Joseph M. Australian parrots. Melbourne: Lansdowne, 1969. Second (revised) edition, folio, collector’s issue, number 135 of 1000 copies signed by the author and illustrator, 2 volumes, illustrated by William T. Cooper, original green morocco with colourful transfer printed parrots on upper covers, contained in red cloth book box, some slight rubbing to box; Gould, John A monograph or the macropodidae or family of kangaroos. Melbourne: Lansdowne, 1981. Folio, 2 parts in one volume, facsimile plates, original cloth with image of Gould printed and attached to upper cover, with green morocco surround, slipcase; Oakeshot, Walter The two Winchester Bibles. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1981. Folio, original cloth gilt, t.e.g., slipcase (3) £300-400 309 FC269/92 Geikie, Sir Archibald The ancient volcanoes of Great Britain. London: Macmillan and Co., 1897. 8vo, 2 volumes, 7 folding maps, original green cloth, bookplates of Lord Gretton, a little internal spotting, very clean binding, majority of pages uncut (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-250 310 FD323/28 Houghton, William British fresh-water fishes. London: William Mackenzie, [1879]. Folio, 2 volumes, 41 chromolithographed plates, original red pictorial and gilt cloth, spines slightly bumped, some very light scratches to covers, internally very clean (2) £400-500 311 FD645/4 Maund, [Benjamin] The Botanic Garden. London: Simpkin and Marshall, 1831-1836. 4to., volumes 4, 5, 6 and 7, engraved titles, 67 hand coloured plates, tissue guards, contemporary green half calf, some rubbing to spines and boards, some spotting to titles and endpapers (4) £200-300 312 FC237/37 Moreton, C. Oscar The auricula. Its history and character. London: The Ariel Press, 1964. Folio, original cloth gilt with dust-jacket, one of 500 copies, 17 coloured plates (reproduced from paintings by Rory McEwen); Sitwell, Sacheverell and Russell, James. Old garden roses. London: George Rainbird, 1955-1957. Folio, 2 volumes,16 coloured plates by Charles Raymond, original boards, dustwrappers; Drummond, William Henry The large game and natural history of South and East Africa. Edinburgh: Edmonton and Douglas, 1875. 8vo., frontispiece, map, 11 engraved colour tinted plates, illustrations, green cloth gilt, some pages loose, slight rubbing and bumping to covers and spine, paper flaw and small closed tear pp.365-368 with no loss of text (4) Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £150-200

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313 FD323/4 Morris, Francis Orpen British birds. London: Groombridge and Sons, 1863. 8vo, 6 volumes, 358 hand-coloured plates, original blue-green cloth gilt, spine bases of first three volumes a little rubbed, spines very slightly faded, occasional annotations in coloured pencil, plate 96 in volume 4 a little smudged, small closed tear to margin of page 262 of volume 4 with no loss of text (6) £400-500 314 FA857/9 Natural History The florist, fruitist and garden miscellany. London, 1860. 8vo, 13 hand coloured plates, original green cloth gilt, faded backstrip, foxing to title page and early leaves; Newman, Edward A history of British ferns. London, 1844. 8vo, original green cloth gilt, ex-library stamps to title, library bookplates; Forbes, Edward A history of British starfishes. London, 1841. 8vo, original cloth gilt, faded, previous ink inscription to endpaper; Yarrell, William Supplement to the history of British fishes. London, 1839. Supplement only, 8vo, original cloth gilt; Forsyth, William A treatise on the culture and management of fruittrees. London, 1803. Second edition, 8vo, 13 folding plates, contemporary calf gilt, rubbed, front endpaper torn; Nisbet, William A practical treatise on diet. London, 1801. 8vo, contemporary calf gilt, hinges cracking; Prescott, George The speaking telephone, electric light... New York, 1879. 8vo, folding frontispiece, plates, later cloth gilt, rubbed; and another (8) £150-250 315 FD323/37 Natural History Bates, Henry Walter The naturalist on the river Amazons. London: John Murray, 1863. First edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, engraved plates, blue half calf, gilt tooled spine, spines faded, slight rubbing; Westwood, J. O. The butterflies of Great Britain. London: Thomas Sanderson, 1857. 8vo, hand-coloured title and 19 hand-coloured plates, blue cloth gilt, binding rubbed and a little soiled, spine faded, a few pages loose; Vogt, Carl and Specht, Friedrich The natural history of animals. London: Blackie and Son, 1889. Folio, 2 volumes, engraved plates, original pictorial blue cloth gilt, a little foxing, slightly frayed; Goldsmith, Oliver A history of the earth and animated nature. London: Blackie & Son, 1852. 8vo, 2 volumes, engraved plates and titles, many hand-coloured, contemporary half morocco, rubbed, a little spotted; Morris, F.O. A history of British butterflies. London: George Bell, 1876. 8vo, hand-coloured plates, original blue cloth gilt, rubbed and soiled, text block leaning; Darwin, Charles The formation of vegetable mould... London: John Murray, 1888. 8vo, original green cloth; Cooke, Mordecai Cubitt A plain and easy account of British fungi. London: Robert Hardwicke, 1871. 8vo, coloured plates, green cloth gilt; Tate, Ralph A plain and easy account of the land and freshwater mollusks. London: Robert Hardwicke, 1866. 8vo, coloured plates, green cloth gilt; Elliott, Clarence Flowers of the field. London, 1907. 8vo, colour plates, green cloth gilt, hinges a little split; and a small quantity of others; sold not subject to return £300-400

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316 FD323/29 Ornithology Lansdowne, Fenwick Rails of the world... with forty-one paintings by J. Fenwick Lansdowne. Boston: David R. Godine, 1977. Folio, cloth gilt, covers in calico, dust-jacket, dust-jacket spine very slightly creased and faded;Lippens, Leon and Wille, Henri Les oiseaux du Zaïre. [N.p., Zaire/Belgium]: Lannoo Tielt, [n.d., later 20th century] Folio, green cloth, dust-jacket; Cooper, William T. and Forshaw, Joseph M. Parrots of the world. Melbourne: Lansdowne, 1973. First edition, folio, purple cloth with dust-jacket; [Idem] The birds of paradise and bower birds. Sydney: Collins, 1979. Folio, with dustjacket; Hancock, James and Elliott, Hugh The herons of the world. London: London editions, 1978. First edition, folio, green cloth, dustjacket; Buller [Turbott, E.G. (editor)] Birds of New Zealand. Christchurch: Whitcoulis, 1967 (impression date 1979). Folio, black quarter morocco, blue cloth covers with gilt bird motif to upper cover, dust-jacket; Lansdowne, J.F. Birds of the West Coast. Toronto: M.F. Feheley, 1976/1980. Folio, 2 volumes, cloth gilt, dust-jackets (8) £300-400 317 FD391/52 The New Naturalist Library 16 volumes (5, 6, 7, 10, 14, 16, 19, 24, 32, 33, 47, 51, 52 , 53 , 54, 58) London: Collins, 1962-1979. Volumes 51, 52, 53 and 54 first editions, 8vo, dust-jackets, volume 14 dust-jacket spine torn; Pevsner, Nikolaus 27 Pevsner guides (full list avaliable upon request). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1951-1979. Several first editions, 8vo, dustjackets, occasional bumping, creasing and fading to dust-jackets; Gifford, John and Walker, Frank Arneil The builings of Scotland. London: Penguin, 1984-2007. First editions, 8vo, 9 volumes, Dumfries and Galloway, Argyll and Bute, Stirling and Central Scotland, Borders, Edinburgh, Fife, Perth and Kinross, Glasgow, Highlands and Islands, dust-jackets (52) £200-300 318 FD323/39 Thorburn, Archibald British birds. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1916. 4to, 4 volumes, 80 coloured plates, original red cloth, spines faded, some slight dampstaining to boards (4) £200-300 319 FD323/3 Wood, William Index entomologicus, or, a complete illustrated catalogue containing ... the lepidopterous insects of Great Britain. London: G. Willis, 1854. 8vo, 59 hand-coloured plates, contemporary green half morocco, bookplate of James Milnes Stansfield, spine and corners a little rubbed, some very occasional light marginal spotting; [Idem] Index testaceologicus, an illustrated catalogue of British and foreign shells... London: Willis and Southeran, 1856. 8vo, 46 hand-coloured plates, contemporary green half morocco, spine with gilt tooled shell patterns, t.e.g., bookplate of James Milnes Stansfeld, very slightly rubbed (2) £300-400

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320 FC14/4 Wright, John The Fruit Grower’s Guide. London: J.S. Virtue & Co., 1892. 4to, 3 volumes, half morocco gilt, 46 coloured plates and vignettes, fading and rubbing to spines, some fading and soiling to covers and light foxing on some plates, heavy foxing on plate depicting ‘Cherries’ in volume1, volume 2 cloth bubbling slightly (3) £150-250

PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION 321 FC256/1 Apostol [Acts and Epistles] - Church Slavonic Church Slavonic. Jassy (Iasi): Mihail Strelbickij, 1791. Folio, printed in red and black, woodcut head- and tail-pieces, contemporary blind stamped calf over wooden boards, clasps, browning and dampstaining, binding worn, spine defective £300-400 322 FD391/33 Bacon, Sir Francis The essayes or counsels civill and morall... London: printed by John Beale, 1639. 8vo, some woodcut initials, later tooled calf, A1 and 2B8 (blanks) lacking, a few small marginal tears with no loss of text, a few pages slightly dampstained, title a little soiled [ESTC S100372] [STC (2nd edition), 1151] £200-250 323 EP798/1 Bucer, Martin La première partie de l’union de plusierus passaiges de le scripture saincte. Livre tres utile a tous amateurs de paix. Extraict des auteticques docteurs de leglise Chrestiene, par venerable docteur Herman Bodium. [Geneva: John Michel], 1539, 8vo, pp. 394 only, lacking 395-749 + 51, contemporary blind stamped calf, rebacked, vellum endpapers with manuscript notes, a5 - d1 with slight worm damage, slightly dampstained; sold not subject to return Note: USTC 9594, recording 3 copies: Cambridge, Geneva: Bibliothèque de Genève and Vienna: Österreichische Nationalbibliothek £100-150 324 FD391/34 Cicero Oratonium. Venice: Aldus, 1559. Part 1, 8vo, later calf, gilt tooled spine, lacking several leaves, spine and covers a little rubbed with label peeling from spine, joints starting to crack; [Cicero] Oratonium. Venice: Aldus, 1541. Part 2, 8vo, later calf, gilt tooled spine, covers slightly rubbed, joints starting to crack; Valerius Dictorum factorum q. memorabilium. Lyon: Apud Haeredes Seb. Gryphii, 1564. 8vo, contemporary vellum, vellum torn away around spine with some wormholes to covers, darkening, some marginal foxing, a couple of marginal holes; sold not subject to return (3) £150-200

325 FE314/1 Dugdale, Sir William Monasticon Anglicanum. London: James Bohn, 1846. Large 4to, 6 volumes in 8, portrait, engraved title, 242 plates, contemporary black half morocco, t.e.g., spines a little faded and rubbed, occasional spotting (8) £500-600 326 FE510/2 Hume, David The history of England. Edinburgh: Peter Hill and Silvester Doig, 1810. 8vo, 8 volumes, portrait, contemporary tree calf, some very slight rubbing to spines, some darkening, foxing and occasional offsetting;Smollett, Tobias The history of England. Edinburgh: Peter Hill, 1810. 8vo, 5 volumes, portrait, contemporary tree calf, slight rubbing to spines and very occasionally to boards, occasional spotting, darkening and offsetting; Campbell, Thomas Annals of Great Britain. Edinburgh: Mundell, Doig and Stevenson, 1807. 8vo, 3 volumes, previous owner’s bookplate on paste-down endpapers, contemporary tree calf, spines a little rubbed and chipped, slight rubbing and marking to boards, some spotting, darkening and offsetting (16) £200-250 327 FE551/10 [Lee, Samuel] Orbis miraculum, or the temple of Solomon... London: Luke Fawn, 1659. First edition, folio, engraved frontispiece title, contemporary calf, boards and spine rubbed, joints split, internal dust- and inksoiling, several small holes and tears with some slight loss of text, half of double page plate of Temple lacking, pp.13-14 lacking; sold not subject to return [ESTC R179406] [Wing L902A] Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £150-200 328 FE510/4 Mill, John Stuart A system of logic... London: John W. Parker, 1851. Third edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, contemporary tree calf, gilt tooled spines, spines faded, some very slight scuffing to boards, blanks a little foxed; [Idem] Nature the utility of religion and theism. London: Longmans, [&c.], 1874. Third edition, 8vo, contemporary half calf with Oxford University crests stamped in gilt to covers, corners and spine slightly rubbed, spine a little faded, first and last few pages slightly foxed; ‘Democritus Junior’ [Burton, Robert] The anatomy of melancholy... London: Longman, Rees, Orme and Co., 1827. 8vo, 2 volumes, contemporary tree calf, gilt tooled spines, some rubbing and fading to spines, boards a little dampstained, occasional foxing and darkening (5) £200-250

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329 FC269/87 New Testament Novum testamentum juxta exemplar millianum. Oxford: Clarendon, 1763. 8vo, text in Greek, contemporary calf with elaborately gilt tooled spine, g.e., covers slightly faded, lacks half title [ESTC T94889] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-250 330 FE510/1 Smith, Adam The theory of moral sentiments London: A. Strahan, 1790. Sixth edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary tree calf, spines a little faded and slightly cracked, previous owners’ bookplate and signature to endpapers; Reid, Thomas Essays on the powers of the human mind... Edinburgh: Bell and Bradfute, 1819. 8vo, 3 volumes, contemporary half calf, previous owner’s bookplate to endpapers, spines and bindings rubbed, joints split, slight spotting; [Idem] Works. Edinburgh: Maclaughlan and Stewart, 1872. Seventh edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, later calf gilt with embossed arms of Aberdeen University, spines a little rubbed, previous owner’s bookplates and signatures to endpapers, endpapers a little spotted; binding of volume 1 very slightly marked; Burke, Edmund A philosophical enquiry into the origin of our ideas of the sublime and beautiful... London: A. Robertson & Co., 1824. 8vo, later calf gilt with Greek and Latin embossed inscriptions, previous owner’s bookplate to paste-down endpaper, slight spotting, spine a little rubbed and faded, some light markings to binding (8) £200-250

PHOTOGRAPHY 331 FE29/1 484 19th century Cartes-de-visites including Sheriff Jameson by Johnston Shearer, Aberdeen; Dr. Tweedie by John Moffat, Edinburgh; carte-de-visite scenes of Brighton by W. Hall of Brighton, W.E. Gladstone by W. & D. Downey of Newcastle on Tyne; John Bright by H.J. Whitlock of Birmingham; John Stuart Mill by J. & C. Watkins of London; cartes-de-visites of Scottish mansions and Clovelly; Napoleon III by Thiebault; H.R.H. Prince Edward by Abdullah Frères; Princess of Wales by Levitsky, Queen Victoria by W. & D. Downey & Mayall; Prince Edward and Princess Beatrice by Hills & Saunders of London; Scottish scenes by J.L. Law of Portobello and T.C.Young of Laurencekirk; German generals including Bismarck by Numa Blanc of Paris, Bismarck by E. Biegner of Berlin; King of Prussia by L. Haaase & Co., of Berlin; members of the Dingwall family of Aberdeen; 2 (possibly 3) cartes-devisites of Indian scenes by Orr & Barton of Bangalore & Madras, cartes-de visites of Kenmore by R. Irvine of Aberfeldy, two carte-devisites of Taymouth Castle by Stewart of Aberfeldy, Inverugie Castle by J. Shivas, York Minster &c.; Crown Prince and Princess of Prussia by Hill & Saunders, W.E. Gladstone by Mayall, John Ruskin by Eliott & Fry; Florence Nightingale by H. Lenthall, Garibaldi by Maull; David Livingtsone by London Stereoscopic Co. and J.C. Tunny of Edinburgh; J.E. Millais by Stereoscopic Co.; John Ruskin by Elliott & Fry, Sir E. Landseer by J. & C. Watkins; George Cruikshank by Elliott & Fry,

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334 FD697/25 Asia - Travel Folio album containing 251 photographs taken c.1900-1910 during a tour around Asia, photographs include people and scenes of Egypt, India, Thailand, Burma, Singapore, Hong Kong, China, the Philippines, also a large (30x21.5cm) loose silver? print showing Japanese women, most photographs c.12.5x10cm., album green morocco, covers detached, rubbed, leather peeling in places, attempts at repair with parcel tape, a few photographs a little faded or silvered; Canadian Pacific Railway Through the Canadian Pacific Rockies. A selection of photographic reproductions of scenes in the Rocky Mountains; and a pamphlet relating to China (3) ÂŁ200-300

335 FC264/2 Brazil - Pernambuco 9 albumen prints, 25 x 17 to 14 x 10.5cm, pasted onto album card, recto and verso, some spotting and fading, 1890-91 Note: Photographs brought back by James Strachan of Newbyth, Haddingtonshire. Strachan was an engineer, and was employed by Messrs. Mirrlees, Watson & Co. of Glasgow, in the design of pumping engines and of appliances used in sugar factories. In 1890 Strachan was appointed manager of an engineering works at Pernambuco, Brazil, where he remained about a year. ÂŁ200-300

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336 FE29/4 Canada and the U.S.A. 33 Professional albumen and silver prints of Skaguay valley, railway trestle, steamboat at Bennett, Clifford Sifton at Miles Canon Rapids, Victoria B.C., Stanley Park, Empress Ships, Mouth of the Fraser, San Francisco, Red Sucker Trestle, Ottawa, Montreal, and New York, most with caption in the negative, Quebec, most c. 17 x 23cm., [1900]; and 24 small silver and other prints of the C.P.R., Montreal, on board the “Empress of India”, Skagway, Bennett, Ketchican, Whitehorse, whale, Wrangel narrows, c. 6 x 9cm., some fading, black morocco album, worn £200-300 337 FC264/1 Early Scottish photography - William Nisbet of Lint Mill, Stenton, Prestonkirk; & Philip Cockburn of Mayfield, Dunbar Collection of photographs taken by William Nisbet, photographer, including ?daguerrotype portraits of WIlliam Trotter Senior and Junior of The Brunt, Dunbar, c.1855-60, Alison & John Cockburn, baker, of Stenton, c.1855-60, George Strachan of Newbyth & then head gamekeeper at Biel Estates, E. Lothian, 1855; carte-de-visite portraits of the Richardson family of Yarrow, 1867, bakers at Stenton, c.1875. Collection of photographs by Philip Cockbrun of Mayfield Dunbar, including photographs on glass of Stenton, E. Linton, ?Tyningehame Gardens, Pressmennan Lake; & numerous printed photographs by Philip Cockburn (1830-1926), photographer, including one of him aged 92 on his tricycle, Dunbar, Pressmennan Lake, Stenton, St. Mary’s Stenton, Stenton Church, members of the Purdie family, Innerwick, E. Lothian, Tyningehame, Dunbar, Dunbar lifeboat, Stenton old Church, Pressmennan Lake, including one of Lint Mill, Stenton, the home of W. Nisbet photographer, showing his photographic studio beside Lint Mill; and other photographs by G.W. Wilson & others (quantity) Provenance: William Nisbet was the great great great grandfather of the vendor, and Philip Cockburn was the great great uncle of the vendor. £400-500 338 FC266/4 Edinburgh - Inglis, Francis Caird, and other photographers 31 silver prints of Edinburgh mounted on thick board with F.C. Inglis’s details on board verso, most 22 x 28cm., two touched up with caption added, 23 other photographs mounted on board, 45 unmounted photographs of Edinburgh, mainly albumen prints, [c.1870-1900], 6 by “A.I.” with captions in the negatives, 3 by James Valentine, 3 by “A.B.”, and a couple of other items (101) £800-1,000 339 FE246/1 Egypt, Morocco and Europe - Photograph Album Large album containing 46 albumen prints of scenes and people in Egypt, 26 with captions in the negative, at least 6 by Sébah and 1 by Béchard, [c.1890], mostly from 9. x 13.5cm - 25.5 x 20cm, first couple of photographs a little torn around edges; 4 albumen prints of Malta, 5 of Gibraltar, 2 of Nice, 3 of Monaco, 9 of Belgium and the Netherlands, 6 of France, 5 of Switzerland, c.1880, 12x10-25.5x21cm;

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344 FD467/1 Shetland Islands - Ratter, J.D. Two signed framed and glazed photographs entitled Sunset. Shetland, 30x23cm, some slight hand-colouring, [c.1920] £100-150

PRIVATE PRESS & ILLUSTRATED 345 FE551/5 Andersen, Hans Christian Fairy tales, illustrated by Cecile Walton. London: T.C. & E.C. Jack, 1911. 8vo, coloured frontispiece, 23 coloured plates, original blue cloth gilt with gilt image of mother and child reading on cover, golden and black patterned endpapers, covers and spines a little rubbed; Irving, Washington Rip van Winkle, illustrated by Arthur Rackham. London: William Heinemann, 1916. 4to, coloured frontispiece, 17 (of 23) coloured plates, original boards, covers slightly faded in places, spine chipped, endpapers foxed; Milne, A.A. Winnie-the-Pooh. London: Methuen & Co., 1926. First edition, 8vo, original green cloth gilt; Robinson, F. Cayley, illustrator The book of Genesis. London: Philip Lee Warner, 1914. 4to, number 372 of 500 copies, 10 coloured mounted plates, original buckram-backed boards, t.e.g., uncut, dustwrapper, boards lightly discoloured (4) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-250 346 FC269/32 Brown, J.H. Spectropia, or surprising spectral illustrations showing ghosts everywhere and of any colour. London: Griffith & Farran, 1864. First edition, 4to, 16 hand-coloured illustrations designed to create optical illusions of ghosts, original cloth-backed pictorial boards Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton Note: J.H. Brown was so shocked by growing public interest in spiritualism, a “mental epidemic” as he called it, that in the second half of the nineteenth century he published Spectropia. The book’s aim was to demonstrate, “...some of the many ways in which our senses may be deceived, and that, in fact, no so-called ghost has ever appeared, without it being referable either to mental or psychological deception...” The book requires the reader to stare at an image for 15 to 30 seconds before looking at a surface in a darkened room. The image should be projected onto this surface, having been retained briefly in the visual cortex of the reader’s brain. Later, in 1912, Max Wertheimer would scientifically prove the existence of this kind of optical illusion, naming it the ‘Phi Phenomenon’. £150-200

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347 FC237/381 Clemenceau, G. Au pied du Sinaii, illustré par... Toulouse-Lautrec. Paris: Henri Floury, 1898. 4to., number 166 of 355 copies with lithographs in two states, 20 lithographs, some pages uncut, original wrappers, slight bumping to spine, text block detached from covers, later quarter calf, slipcase, slightly rubbed Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £2,000-3,000 348 FC269/120 Doré, Gustave Tennyson, Alfred, Lord Idylls of the king. London: Edward Moxon and Co., [c.1880]; Folio, illustrated by Doré, original cloth gilt folder with dragon motif, a little dust-soiled, containing original parts of: Vivien. London: Edward Moxon and Co., 9 plates; with [Idem] Enid. London: E. Moxon, Son and Co., 1869. 9 plates; with [Idem] Guinevere. London: Edward Moxon and Co., 1868. 8 (of 9) plates; with Idem Elaine. London: Edward Moxon and Co., 1867. 9 plates; Alighieri, Dante Inferno - the vision of Hell. London, 1866. Folio, illustrated by Doré, portrait, 75 plates, original red cloth gilt, some soiling and rubbing to covers and spine, some spotting; Milton, John Paradise lost. London: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, [n.d., 1882?] Folio,

illustrated by Doré, 50 plates, original red cloth gilt, a little soiled, some internal spotting (3) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-250 349 FC787/10 Illustrated Works Goldsmith, Oliver History of the earth and animated nature. Edinburgh: A. Fullarton and Co., [n.d.] [c. 1835] 8vo., 7 volumes (volume 1 at least lacking) 64 hand-coloured plates, 1 hand-coloured engraved title, 1 hand-coloured portrait, original engraved wrappers, soiled and chipped, some spotting, work incomplete; Cruickshank, George Phrenological illustrations... London: Frederick Arnold, 1873. Oblong folio, 33 hand-coloured vignettes, original covers, covers soiled and rubbed, text block detached, some spotting and slight dust soiling; [Grieg, John] Antiquarian and topographical cabinet... London: W. Clarke, 1807-1811. 8vo, 10 volumes, later boards, 472 engraved plates and 10 engraved titles, spotted, spines faded; Kay, John A series of original portraits and caricature etchings. Edinburgh: Hugh Paton, 1842. 4to, 2 volumes, 331 (of 360) plates, contemporary black calf, binding rubbed, soiled; and 3 small framed and glazed maps; sold not subject to return (24) £200-300

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350 FC237/306 Leech, John Mr. Briggs & his doings: fishing. London: Bradbury and Evans, [1860]. Folio, 13 hand-coloured illustrations on 12 pages, original pictorial orange paper wrappers bound in, green cloth with later green spine, some slight rubbing to boards Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire Note: Leech was a friend of John Everett Millais, who took him fishing at Stobhall. The outcome of this trip was ‘Mr. Briggs and his Doings: Fishing’, the caricatures are probably of Leech himself, trying to catch salmon. £250-350

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351 FE287/1 Nicholson, William - Williams, Margery The velveteen rabbit. London: Heinemann, 1922. First edition, 8vo, illustrated by William Nicholson, half title, 7 colour plates, pictorial endpapers, original pictorial boards, chipping and some loss to the backstrip, corners bumped, pencil and large modern ink ownership inscription to half title £600-800

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352 FD629/1 Ryback, Issachar Life in the shtetl [Shtetl, mayn khoyever heym; a gedenknish/Shetl, my destroyed home; a remembrance]. Berlin: Verlag Schwellen, 1922. Oblong folio, 30 lithographic plates including two title pages, limited to 250 copies, small neat inscription on first page, original purple felt binding with screen printed lion motif and Hebrew lettering to upper cover, covers and spine a little faded and rubbed, hinges slightly weak Note: Issachar Ryback depicts scenes from the lives of the Jewish community in his shtetl, or small town, in Ukraine, before it was destroyed by the pogroms which followed the end of the First World War. Ryback is often compared with Chagall, and illustrates many of the same subjects that Chagall studied in his early years. A copy of the book is described in an Israel Museum exhibition catalogue, Tradition and Revolution: The Jewish Renaissance in Russian AvantGarde Art, 1912-1928, edited by Ruth Apter-Gabriel. ÂŁ1,500-2,000

353 FC271/1 Vanity Fair Albums, volumes 5-7, complete London, c.1870-80. Folio, 3 volumes, each with 52 chromolithographed plates, including portraits of the Prince of Wales, Samuel Plimsoll, John Stuart Mill, William Powerll Frith, Jenner, Anthony Trollope, Robert Browning, Edward Bouverie Pusey, William Russell, Arthur Sullivan, A.C. Swinburne and Henry Irvine, amongst others, original green cloth gilt, some plates loose ÂŁ200-300

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355 SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS 354 FD391/45 Briggs, Henry Trigonometria Britannica... Gouda: Petrus Rammasenius, 1633. First edition, folio, contemporary calf, spine rebacked, lower cover slightly rubbed, a few wormholes running through the work with loss of a few letters and numbers per page, endpapers, title and half-title a little creased at edges and dust-soiled £900-1,200 355 FD391/50 Hume, James Traité de la trigonometrie... Paris: Nicholas et Jean de la Coste, 1636. 8vo, folding table, woodcut on verso of colophon leaf, contemporary speckled calf, lower joint split, upper joint weak, P1 misbound, some dust-soiling, a little browned in places, a few repairs to corners; Ward, John The young mathematician’s guide... London: A. Bettesworth and F. Fayrham, 1724. 8vo, portrait, contemporary calf, spine and covers rubbed, joints beginning to split slightly, [ESTC T120453]; MacLaurin, Colin A treatise of algebra in three parts... London: A. Millar and J. Nourse, 1756. Second edition, 8vo, 12 folding plates, contemporary calf, spine rubbed and chipped, joints weak [ESTC T152308]; and 5 disbound numbers of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London dating from 1667 to 1670 (8) £300-500 72

356 FD329/1 Industrial archaeology, engineering and technology, a very large collection, including: Skemtpon, A.W. John Smeaton F.R.S. 1981, Dust-jacket; Raistrick, A. Quakers in science and industry. 1968. Dust-jacket; Buchanan, R.A. & G. Watkins The industrial archaeology of the stationary steam engine. 1976. Dust-jacket; Wagenbreth, O. & E. Wächtler. Dampfmaschinen. Leipzig, 1986. Signed by the authors, dust-jacket; Kidney, W.C. Working places. Pittsburgh, 1976. Dust-jacket; Hudson, Kenneth World industrial archaeology. Cambridge, 1979. Dust-jacket; Weitzman, D. Windmills, bridges & old machines. New York, 1982. Dust-jacket; Hudson, K. Food clothes and shelter. Twentieth century industrial archaeology. 1978. Dust-jacket; Hudson, K. Industrial archaeology, a new introduction. 1976. Dust-jacket; Pannell, J.P.M. The techniques of industrial archaeology. 1981. Dust-jacket; Trinder, B. The making of the industrial landscape. 1982. Presentation copy, dust-jacket; Wilson, A. London’s industrial heritage. 1967. Dustjacket; Rolt, L.T.C. Landscape with machines. 1971. Dust-jacket; Brunel, I. The life of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Civil Engineer. 1971. Dust-jacket; Gooch, Sir D. Memoirs & Diary. 1972. Dust-jacket; Falconer, K. Guide to England’s industrial archaeology. 1980. Dustjacket; Booker, J. Essex and the Industrial Revolution. 1974. Dustjacket; Rees, D.M. Mines, mills and furnaces... industrial archaeology in Wales. 1969. Dust-jacket; Buchanan, C.A. & R.A. The Batsford guide to the Industrial Archaeology of Central Southern England. 1980. Dust-jacket; Hareven, T.K. Amoskeag.1979. Dust-jacket; Hills,

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R.L. Richard Arkwright and cotton spinning. 1973; Aspin, C. James Hargreaves and the spinning Jenny. 1964; Wright, N.R. Lincolnshire towns and industry 1700-1914. 1982. Dust-jacket; South Kensington Museum. Catalogue of the special loan collection of scientific apparatus. 1877. Cloth; South Kensington Museum. Another copy, German edition of the catalogue. 1877; Ashmore, O. The Industrial Archaeology of North-West England. Manchester, 1982; Barbey, M.F. Civil engineering heritage. Northern England. 1981. Dust-jacket; Cossons, N. The B.P. book of industrial archaeology. 1975. Dustjacket; Hume, J.R. The Industrial Archaeology of Scotland. 1. The lowlands and borders. 1976. Dust-jacket; Brook, F. The Industrial Archaeology of the British Isles. 1. The West Midlands. 1977. Dustjacket; Buchanan, A. & N. Cossons. Industrial Archaeology of the Bristol region. 1969. Dust-jacket; Binnie, G.M. Early Victorian water engineers. 1981. Dust-jacket; Dickinson, H.W. Sir Samuel Morland, diplomat and inventor 1625-1695. 1970. Dust-jacket; Buchanan, R.A. Industrial Archaeology in Britain. 1980. Dust-jacket; Brentjes, B. & S. Richter. Geschichte der Technik. Leipzig, 1978. Dust-jacket, slipcase; Newcomen Society Transactions, volume 48. 1978. Cloth; FraserStephen, E. Two centuries in the London coal trade. 1952; Baker, E.C. Sir William Preece, F.R.S. 1976. Dust-jacket; Reyburn, W. Bridge across the Atlantic. 1972. Dust-jacket; Rolt, .T.C.Thomas Telford. 1958. Dust-jacket; Penfold, A. Thomas Telford, Engineer. 1980. Dustjacket; Pugsley, A. The works of Isambard Kingdom Brunel. 1976; Emmerson, G.S. John Scott Russell. 1977. Dust-jacket; Berridge, P.S.A. The girder bridge after Brunel and others. 1969. Ex-library; Jackson, P. London Bridge. 1971. Dust-jacket; Shepherd, C.W. A thousand years of London Bridge. 1971. Dust-jacket; Walker, R.J.B. Old Westminster Bridge.1979. Dust-jacket; Hopkins, H.J. A span of bridges. 1970, Dust-jacket; Donaldson, R. Bicentenary of the James Watt patent for a separate condenser for the steam engine. 1969. Dust-jacket; Braithwaite, D. Savage of King’s Lynn. 1975. Dust-jacket; Hay, G.D. & G.P. Stell. Monuments of industry. 1986. Dust-jacket; Sande, T.A. Industrial Archaeology... American heritage. 1976,. Dustjacket; Baker, D. Living with the past. 1983. Dust-jacket Cantacuzino, S. New uses for old buildings.1975; Lindley, K. Seaside architecture. 1973. Dust-jacket; Ward, J.T. The factory system. 1970. 2 volumes.Gimpel, J. The medieval machine. 1977. Dust-jacket; Weitzman, D. Traces of the past. New York, 1980. Dust-jacket; all original cloth; and a large quantity of specialist books, monographs, pamphlets and offprints (quantity) £300-500

357 FD391/49 La Hire, Philippe de Nouveaux elemens des sections coniques. Paris: André Pralard, 1679. 12mo, contemporary calf, lower cover detached, covers and spine rubbed, upper joint split, lacking last few pages; Euclid Elementorum. London: D. Pauli & J. Dunmore, 1678. 8vo [Wing E3394] [ESTC R3052 ]; Bound with Barrow, Isaac Lectio reverendi et doctissimi viri. London: D. Pauli & J. Dunmore, 1678. 8vo, contemporary calf, covers and spine rubbed, hinges weak, some slight foxing and darkening [Wing B936] [ESTC R8831]; Euclid Sex primi elementorum geometricorum. Canterbury: Edward Story, 1665. 12mo, contemporary calf, spine and covers a little rubbed and chipped, a little darkening [Wing E3406] [ESTC R5894]; [Idem] Elements, the whole fifteen books... London: Daniel Midwinter, Aaron Ward, Arthur Bettesworth, Charles Hitch, Thomas Page and William Mount, 1732. 8vo, portrait, contemporary calf, spine and edges of covers rubbed, spine a little chipped, hinges weak; Thomas-Stanford, Charles Early editions of Euclid’s elements. San Francisco: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts, 1977. 4to, 13 pages of plates, original grey cloth gilt (5) £400-500 358 FD391/47 MacLaurin, Colin A treatise of fluxions. Edinburgh: T.W. and T. Ruddimans, 1742. First edition, 2 volumes, 4to, 41 folding plates, later half vellum, previous owner’s bookplates to paste-down endpapers, half-title in volume 1 only, spines and covers a little soiled and rubbed, hinges weak, occasional soiling, small marginal repair to page 81 [ESTC T93640] (2) £700-1,000 359 FD391/51 Mathematics Cauchy, M. Augustin-Louis Cours d’analyse de l’école royale polytechnique... 1.ere partie, analyse algébrique... Paris: l’Imprimerie Royale, 1821. 8vo, contemporary boards, rubbed, spine chipped, joints splitting; Brown[e], Thomas Pseudodoxia epidemica: or, enquiries into very many received tenets, and commonly presumed truths. London: Edward Dod, 1669. Fifth edition, 4to, folding portrait, 2 (of 3) plates, contemporary calf, some foxing, portrait and title browned, binding rubbed, upper cover detached, marginal tear to page 6 with loss of a couple of words in footnote, lacking 3H3 and 4, some slight worming [ESTC R19506 ] [Wing B5164]; Hartree, Douglas R. Calculating instruments and machines. Cambride: Cambridge University Press, 1950. First English edition, 4to, original red cloth, dust-jacket, dust-jacket chipped and a little darkened; Napier, John The construction of the wonderful canon of logarithms. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1889. 4to, original red cloth, covers a little faded; and 7 others; sold not subject to return (11) £200-300

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360 FD391/44 Newton, Sir Isaac Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica. Amsterdam: Sumptibus Societatis, 1714. 4to, folding plate, 20th century panelled calf, slight fading to spine, heavy ink annotations in an early hand to several pages including title with show-through, some foxing, mainly marginal, some dust-soiling and ink stains to title, title sensitively repaired along inner margin £1,200-1,800

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361 FD391/48 Rolle, Michel Traité d’algebre... Paris: Estienne Michallet, 1690. 4to, 2 folding plates, contemporary calf, spine gilt, some rubbing and soiling to covers with some top layer of calf lifted off in places, joints splitting, some calf peeling from spine, some foxing, three instances of stamps, two in blind, lacking 2F2

364 FC264/3 Abbotsford and Melrose - original drawings by W. Banks ? Pencil sketches with watercolour additions by or after W. Banks, 14.5 x 21cm., unsigned, framed and glazed

Note: The British Library’s copy of this work reports to have 3 folding plates, whilst Oxford’s copy has 2. £200-300 362 FD391/46 Simson, Robert Sectionum conicarum, libri v. Edinburgh: T. & W. Ruddiman, 1735. 4to, 36 folding plates, contemporary calf, previous owner’s bookplates to endpapers, covers and spine a little rubbed in places, some marginal spotting and darkening, occasional soiling [ESTC T70287] £200-300

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363 FC269/103 ‘Lord Warkworth’ [Percy, Henry Algernon George] Notes from a diary in Asiatic Turkey. London: Edward Arnold, 1898. 8vo, frontispiece, 31 plates, folding map, original pictorial green cloth, some very occasional light spotting but generally a very clean copy Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300

Note: These views, engraved by W.H. Lizars, were used to illustrate Rutherford’s Border Hand Book, Kelso: John Rutherfurd, 1849. It is possible these are the original drawings/watercolours by W. Banks. £200-300 365 FD323/34 Africa and the Middle East Stanley, Henry M. In darkest Africa... London: Sampson, Low, Marston. Searle and Rivington, 1890. First edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, frontispiece, portrait, 3 folding maps, folding table and 36 plates, original red pictorial cloth, joints rubbed, spines and corners a little bumped, a couple of closed tears to maps, a few leaves starting to come loose; Thomson, Joseph Travels in the Atlas and southern Morocco. London: George, Philip & Son, 1889. 8vo, 2 folding maps, 30 plates, original green cloth, spine and covers a little rubbed; Brassey, Annie, Baroness Sunshine and storm in the East. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1880. First edition, 8vo, 8 plates and 2 folding maps,

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original cloth gilt, spine a little faded and bumped; Livingston, David Missionary travels and researches in South Africa. London: John Murray, 1899. 8vo, original blue cloth spine slightly faded, some rubbing and soiling to covers; Amicis, Edmondo De Morocco... London: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., 1882. 8vo, contemporary calf, spine a little rubbed; Dixon, William Hepworth The Holy Land. London: Bickers & Son, 1885. 8vo, original brown pictorial cloth with gilt impression of Jerusalem to upper cover; Geikie, Cunningham The Holy Land and the Bible. London: Cassell and Company, [n.d.] 4to, elaborate green cloth gilt; Bartlett, W.H. Syria, the Holy Land, Asia Minor, &c. illustrated. London: Fisher... [n.d.] 4to, 2 volumes, blue morocco, g.e., covers and spines a little rubbed, lower board of volume 2 detached; and 9 others; sold not subject to return (19) £300-400 366 FD323/26 Amundsen, Roald The South Pole. London: John Murray, 1912. First English edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, plates and maps, modern black cloth with gilt lettering to spines, closed tear to folding map in volume 2, clean copy (2) £200-300 367 FD323/14 Armenia - Curzon, Hon. Robert Armenia, a year at Erzeroom, and on the frontiers of Russia, Turkey and Persia. London: J. Murray, 1854. 8vo, engraved frontispiece, map and 4 plates, illustrations, contemporary half calf £250-300 368 FD323/36 Asia Younghusband, Sir Francis Kashmir. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1909. 8vo, 70 plates, folding map, original cloth, spine a little faded; Rijnhart, Susie C. With the Tibetans in tent and temple. Edinburgh: Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1901. 8vo, 13 (of 14) plates, original green cloth gilt, chipped, soiled, some pages torn, library stamps, folding map lacking; ‘The Old Shekarry’ The hunting grounds of the old world. London: Saunders, Otley, & Co., 1860. Second edition, 8vo, blue half calf, gilt tooled spine, 5 plates, spine fading, slight spotting; Young, Ernest The kingdom of the yellow robe. London: Archibald Constable, 1900. 8vo, contemporary half calf; Jackson, Monica and Stark, Elizabeth Tents in the clouds... London: Collins, 1956. 8vo, original black cloth; Campbell, John A personal narrative of thirteen years service amongst the wild tribes of Khondistan. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1864. 8vo, 6 engraved plates, folding map, contemporary blue half calf, spine faded, a little spotting; and 7 others (14) £100-150 369 FD323/20 Atkinson, Thomas Witlam Travels in the regions of the upper and lower Amoor... London: Hurst and Blackett, 1860. First edition, 8vo, chromolithographed frontispiece, folding map, blue calf gilt, bookplates of James Milne and E. Hay Stansfield, spine faded, spine and boards a little rubbed £200-250

370 FE551/4 Baedeker, Karl - Baedeker’s Guide Books Egypt and the Sudan. Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1908. Sixth (English) edition, 8vo, maps and plans, original red cloth gilt, very slight occasional spotting, cloth slightly faded, edges a little bumped; [Idem] Palestine et Syrie. Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1906. Third (French) edition, 8vo, maps and plans, original red cloth gilt, spine slightly bumped and faded; and 12 other Baedeker guides covering Europe (full list avaliable upon request); Japanese Department of Railways An official guide to Eastern Asia... Tokyo: The Department of Railways, 1914 (volumes 2 and 3) - 1920 (volumes 1 and 5). Volumes 2 and 3 first edition, volumes 1 and 5 second edition, 8vo, 4 volumes, lacking volume 4, maps and plans, red cloth gilt, some maps slightly torn, spines a little bumped and faded, contents in volume 1 partially obscured with tape, one plate lacking in volume 3; And two others (20) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £250-350 See illustration on page 76 371 FD323/30 Baker, Samuel White The Albert Nyanza, Great basin of the Nile. London: Macmillan, 1866. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, 2 maps (1 folding) and 14 plates, contemporary blue calf gilt £200-250 372 FE257/1 Baker, Sir Samuel W. Ismailïa... London: Macmillan and Co., 1874. First edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, 2 portraits, folding map, 52 plates on 51 leaves, original green cloth gilt, a little rubbed, spines bumped, some slight spotting, small central tear to map Eustace, John Chetwode A classical tour through Italy. London: J.Mawman, 1817. 8vo, 4 volumes, folding map, 10 engraved plates, contemporary calf, bookplates, some soiling and fading to binding, joints slightly cracked, some darkening and offsetting (6) £200-300 373 FD323/9 Bartlett, W. H. Jerusalem revisited. London: Arthur Hall, 1855. 8vo, engraved title and 21 plates (one folding), contemporary calf, bookplate of Maud M. Stansfield, some rubbing and spotting to plates and text £150-200 374 FD196/65 Bell, John Travels from St. Petersburgh in Russia to various parts of Asia. Edinburgh: William Creech, 1788. 8vo, 2 volumes, 2 engraved folding maps, contemporary calf, bookplates of Robert Stewart Esq. attached to paste-down endpapers, covers and spine slightly rubbed, volume 2 lacking label, occasional foxing (2) £400-500

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375 FC237/15 Big game hunting - Foreign Field Sports Foreign Field sports, fisheries, sporting anecdotes, with a supplement of New South Wales. London: Edward Orme, [n.d., text and plates watermarked 1823]. 4to, 110 hand-coloured aquatint plates [dated 1813 in plate imprints], plates within wash borders, contemporary red morocco gilt, g.e., spine emblematically tooled in compartments, some offsetting onto text, occasional light dust-soiling, rubbed, [Abbey, Travel, 1 (note, undated edition)]

379 FC269/23 Boyer, Abel The draughts of the most remarkable fortified towns of Europe... with a geographical description of the said places... to which is prefix’d an introduction to military architecture, or fortification... London: Isaac Cleave and John Hartley, 1701. First edition, 4to, 41 plates (of 44 lacks plates 26, 36 and 44), contemporary panelled calf, bookplate, rubbed, spine and corners a little chipped, text block detaching from cover in places, hinges weak, some spotting [ESTC T112446]

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376 FD323/17 Billings, Robert William The baronial and ecclesiastical antiquities of Scotland. Edinburgh: published by the author, [1848-1852]. 4to, 4 volumes, 240 plates, contemporary calf gilt, lower board of volume 1 and upper board of volume 4 detached, head of spines a little chipped, slight foxing; Morris, F.O. A series of picturesque views of seats of the noblemen and gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland. London: William Mackenzie, [ca. 1870] 4to, 6 volumes, colour plates, volumes 1-4 in green half morocco and volumes 5-6 in original publisher’s red cloth gilt, spines of volumes 1-4 a little faded, boards and corners slightly rubbed (10) £250-300

380 FC269/55 Brannon, George Vectis scenery...the Isle of Wight. Isle of Wight: published by the artist, 1844. Folio, engraved title, 36 engraved plates, folding map, contemporary half calf, bookplate, spine a little rubbed and soiled, some fading to covers, occasional light spotting; Poole, Edwin The illustrated history and biography of Brecknockshire... Brecknock: published by the author, 1886. 4to, frontispiece, 14 engraved plates, contemporary green half morocco, bookplate, spine a little rubbed (2)

377 FD323/13 Blakiston, Thomas W. Five months on the Yang-Tsze. London: J. Murray, 1862. Plates, 2 folding maps, half calf, 1 plate torn in half, spotted, rubbed; Fleming, G. Travels on horseback in Mantchu Tartary. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1863. 8vo, frontispiece, folding map, illustrations, half calf, spotting, rubbed, spine faded; and 2 others (4) £300-400 378 FE510/3 Bowdich, Edward Excursions in Madeira and Porto Santo... London: George B. Whittaker, 1825. First edition, 4to, 4 hand-coloured lithographed plates (including frontispiece) and 18 plain lithographs, later green half morocco, spine gilt, t.e.g., some fading and very slight rubbing to spine, frontispiece neatly repaired, spotting, frontispiece coming loose [Abbey Travel I 190]; Dillon, Frank Sketches in the island of Madeira. Porto: 1986. Facsimile of 1850 edition, limited to 200 copies, folio, 13 colour plates, modern brown half calf, slipcase (2) £400-500

Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 381 FC269/56 Buckler, John Chessell Views of the cathedral churches of England and Wales. London: John Nichols and Son, 1822. Folio, large paper copy, 32 engraved plates, contemporary calf, bookplate, spine faded, a little rubbed, some light foxing and dust-soiling, mainly marginal; Stephens, George Handbook of the old-northern runic monuments of Scandinavia and England. Edinburgh: Williams and Northgate, 1884. Folio, one folding plate, contemporary cloth gilt, bookplate, a little rubbed (2) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 382 FD320/3 Burton, Richard F. Wit and wisdom from West Africa... London: Tinsley Brothers, 1865. First edition, 8vo, red half calf, spine gilt, t.e.g., slight fading and rubbing to spine and corners, light spotting to endpapers, page edges a little dust-soiled, some pages uncut Note: Burton’s work contains over two thousand proverbs and sayings of various West African peoples from 1865, accompanied by literal English translations and an explanation of what many of the metaphors relate to. Burton seeks to show the richness of West African languages and writes that the proverbs which exist: “...may go a long way to refuting the old-fashioned doctrine of an essential inequality of Negroes with the rest of mankind, which now and then shows itself, not only in America, but also in Europe...” [preface, xvi] £300-500

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384 383 FE257/5 Catllow, A and M.F. Sketching rambles or nature in the Alps and Apennines. London: James Hogg and Sons, [1861]. 8vo, 2 volumes, 2 coloured lithographed frontispieces, 18 tinted lithographs, original red cloth gilt, bindings a little soiled and faded, edges dust-soiled, a few pages coming loose £150-250 384 FE551/2 Cellarius, Christoph Notitiae orbis antiqui sive geographiae plenioris... Amsterdam: Caspar Fritsch, 1706. 4to, volume 2 only (Asia and Africa), 13 folding and double page maps, ruled in red throughout, contemporary black morocco gilt, g.e., spine rubbed and faded, covers a little rubbed, some very occasional light spotting, hinges weakening Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-250

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385 FE316/1 Cooke, Capt. Edward A voyage to the south sea and round the world, perform’d in the years 1708, 709, 1710, and 1711, by the Ships Duke and Dutchess of Bristol.... a description of the American Coasts from Tierra del Fuego in the South, to California in the North. London: Printed by H.M. for B. Lintot and R. Gosling, A. Bettesworth, W. Innys, 1712. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, [22], 432, [10]; [8], xxiv, 328, [8], folding doublehemisphere world map by John Senex and 25 (of 26) maps and plates (6 folding) [comprising 20 maps and plates in volume 1 (3 folding) and 6 maps and plates in volume 2 (3 folding)], contemporary panelled calf, one map torn without loss, one slightly shaved, worn, one cover detached Note: Edward Cooke was second captain on the Dutchess which accompanied the Duke, both under Captain Woodes Rogers, on a privateering voyage around the world. There are two issues of the first edition, both dated 1712 and with the same publishers. The first issue consisted of only one volume, of 456 pages. The work was then expanded to two volumes, as found here. The list of maps and plates on the final leaf of the index of volume 1 calls for 20 plates and maps, all of which are present. The directions

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to the binder in volume 2 does not refer to plates or maps but calls for “the first Journal-Table at page 3.” Volume 2 does not have the 3 folding tables usually found. £800-1,200 386 FC263/3 Dampier, Pierre Nouveau voyage autour du monde. Rouen: volume 1: Robert Machuel le Jeune: 1715. Volumes 2-5: Jean Baptiste Machuel 1723. 5 volumes, 12mo, 3 frontispieces and 62 engraved maps and plates, many folding, contemporary calf, spines gilt, volume 1 binding not quite uniform Note: Volume 1 is from an earlier edition than the other volumes, but the work is complete with all maps and plates. An important and scarce work. £400-600 387 FE551/22 Docharty, William McKnight A selection of some 900 British and Irish mountain tops. Edinburgh: Darien Press, 1954. 4to, inscribed by author with letter from Docharty in envelope attached to paste-down endpaper, original green cloth gilt, dust-jacket; [Idem] The supplement to a selection of some 900 British and Irish mountain tops. Edinburgh: Darien Press, 1962. 4to, 2 volumes, both inscribed by author with 3 loose letters from author in franked envelopes, green cloth gilt, dust-jackets, dust-jackets a little faded (3) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-300 388 FD323/31 Earl, George Windsor The native races of the Indian archipelago. London: H. Bailliere, 1853. 8vo, 2 maps and 5 lithographed plates (4 coloured), contemporary half calf, part of plate 7 torn away but present £150-200 389 FC265/1 Edinburgh & Gypsies Edinburgh. The Post Office Annual directory for 1831-32. Edinburgh, 1831. Tall 8vo, folding map, original cloth; Lucas, Joseph The Yetholm history of the gypsies. Kelso, 1882. 8vo, photographic frontispiece, original cloth, a few lines underlined in maroon ink; Taylor & Skinner. Taylor & Skinner’s survey of the road of Scotland on an improved plan. Edinburgh: T. Brown, c.1810. 8vo, engraved throughout, contemporary green morocco, lacks map of Scotland, lacks part of final folding map, some spotting, rubbed; [Anonymous] Views of Edinburgh. T. Nelson & Sons, original cloth, spotting; Edinburgh Evening Courant, The for 21 May 1791 (5) £200-300 390 FE551/1 Edinburgh Post Office Directory and Lauder, Sir Thomas Dick An account of the great floods of August 1829 in the province of Moray and adjoining districts. Edinburgh: A. Black, 1830. First edition, 8vo, 2 folding maps, 65 engraved illustrations (erratically numbered but all

present), original cloth-backed boards, uncut, rubbed; Edinburgh Post Office The Post Office annual directory from Whitsunday 1808, to Whitsunday 1809. Edinburgh: Abernethy & Walker, 1808. 12mo, folding map, original boards, paper label on upper cover; Edinburgh Post Office The Post Office annual directory from Whitsunday 1808, to Whitsunday 1809. Edinburgh: Abernethy & Walker, 1808. 12mo, folding map, original boards, paper label on upper cover, slight split to spine, label rubbed (3) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-300 391 FC269/126 English Place Name Society Mawer, A. and Stenton, F. M. The survey of English place-names. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1933-1950. 8vo, 16 volumes (17 books), original blue cloth gilt, comprises of: Introduction, Chief Elements (2 copies), volume II, II, IV, VII, X (2 copies), XIII, XIV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, XIX, XX, XXI, some fading (17) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £120-180 392 FD323/10 Europe Williams, H.W. Select views in Greece. London, 1892. 4to, 2 volumes in 1, engraved title and 63 (of 64) plates, original blue cloth, covers a little soiled, spine slightly faded, hinges splitting, interior very clean; Chapman, Abel Wild Norway. London, 1897. 8vo, frontispiece, 16 plates, modern black cloth with gilt lettering, spine a little faded; Boys, Edward Narrative of a captivity and adventures in France and Flanders. London, 1831. Second edition, 8vo, 8 engraved plates, contemporary half morocco, bookplate of James Milne Stansfield, frontispiece lacking, pages 23-24 lacking, some pages and plates loose, spotting, binding rubbed, upper joint cracked; Hall, Samuel Carter Ireland... London, 1841-1843. 4to, 3 volumes, 3 frontises, 3 engraved titles, 18 maps and 46 engraved plates, contemporary morocco gilt, spines rubbed, a little foxing; Lanciani, Rodolfo New tales of old Rome. London, 1901. 8vo, plates, red cloth with gilt lion knocker motif to upper cover; James, Edith E. Coulson Bologna, its history, antiquities and art. London, 1909. 8vo, folding map at rear, original blue cloth gilt, spine a little bumped and faded; Barker, Edward Harrison Two summers in Guyenne. London, 1894. 8vo, brown cloth gilt, library sticker to upper cover, hinges weak, covers and spine a little rubbed; Warne, Frederick Picturesque England. London, 1891. 8vo, 6 colour plates, original red pictorial and gilt cloth, spine a little faded and bumped, lower joint splitting; Stewart, Hugh and Haenen, F. De Provincial Russia. London, 1913. 8vo, 32 plates (16 in colour), original red cloth gilt, spine faded; Washburn, Claude C. Pages from the book of Paris. 8vo, plates, original cloth with pastedown panel showing a young woman and two gentlemen, covers soiled; and a quantity of others £400-500

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393 FE551/9 Exploration Nordenskiöld, A.E. The voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe... New York: Macmillan and Co., 1882. 8vo, 4 portraits, 11 lithographed maps, original green cloth, spine and covers rubbed and dust-soiled, spine a little bumped and fraying at top, some foxing to margins and maps, some closed tears to maps; Bullen, Frank T. The cruise of the “Cachalot”... London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1900. Second edition, 8vo, original blue cloth with gilt sperm whale, frontispiece, 7 plates, folding map, cover and edges slightly dust-soiled, spine a little bumped, joints rubbed; Brontman, L. On the top of the world... London: Victor Gollancz, 1938. First edition, 8vo, 2 maps (one folding), 24 plates, black cloth, cloth a little faded and rubbed, spines and corners slightly bumped; Burton, Sir Richard Selected papers on anthropology, travel & exploration. London: A.M. Philpot Ltd., 1924. 8vo, later brown cloth, some foxing; Sykes, Ella Through deserts and oases of central Asia. London: MacMillan and Co., 1920. 8vo, frontispiece, 45 plates, 2 maps (one folding in rear pocket), original black cloth gilt with red panel showing Chinese characters, covers and spine rubbed, soiled and bumped, some leaning to text block, a few closed tears to folding map; Peary, Robert E. Northward over the great ice. London: Methuen & Co., 1898. 8vo, 2 volumes, portraits, folding map, original blue cloth, very occasional marginal closed tears, covers slightly rubbed, very minor soiling, spines a little faded, hinges weakening slightly; and 11 other titles (19) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £300-400 394 FE551/11 Exploration - Tibet Chapman, F. Spencer Living dangerously. London: Chatto & Windus, 1953. First edition, second impression, 8vo, signed by the author on the title page, portrait, 22 plates on 7 leaves, dust-jacket, original blue cloth, spine faded, dust-jacket a little soiled and torn; Kingdon Ward, Captain F. The mystery rivers of Tibet. London: Seeley Service & Co., 1923. 8vo, frontispiece, 14 pages of plates, folding map, dustjacket, original orange cloth with Tibetan mask motif, dust-jacket a little dust soiled, torn in places and repaired with Selotape; Younghusband, Sir Francis The epic of Mount Everest. London: Edward Arnold & Co., 1926. 8vo, frontispiece, 15 plates, original brown cloth, previous owner’s inscription on first free-endpaper, spine a little rubbed and bumped at ends; Chapman, Spencer Lhasa, the Holy city. London: Chatto & Windus, 1940. 8vo, signed by the author, 27 pages of plates (3 in colour), original cream cloth, gift inscription to paste-down endpaper, spine and binding a little soiled and faded; Bell, Sir Charles Portrait of the Dalai Lama. London: Collins, 1946. 8vo, 50 pages of plates, dust-jacket, original red cloth gilt, dust-jacket a little chipped and faded; Patterson, George N. Tibetan Journey. London: Faber and Faber, 1954. First edition, 8vo,

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dust-jacket, original pink cloth gilt, dust-jacket a little chipped and darkened, covers dampstained; Li, Tieh-Tseng Tibet: today and yesterday. New York: Bookman Associates, 1960. 8vo, dust-jacket, original yellow cloth, dust-jacket a little chipped and soiled; Garwood, Edmund J. Sketch map of the glaciers of Kangchenjunga. Royal Geographical Society, ca. 1925. Folding map backed onto linen in blue cloth boards, signature of ‘G.B. Gourlay, 10 Clive Row, Calcutta’, to paste-down endpaper, 53x50 cm, covers rubbed and soiled, a few small repairs to map, map a little darkened; And 10 others (18) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-300 395 FD320/5 Filippi, Filippo de - African Expeditions Ruwenzori: an account of the expedition of H.R.H. Prince Luigi Amedeo of Savoy. London: Archibald Constable & Co., 1908. 8vo, coloured frontispiece, 31 plates, 5 maps, original red cloth gilt, covers and spine rubbed and slightly soiled, bookplate to paste-down endpaper, some marginal dust-soiling, occasional closed tears to maps; Speke, John Hanning What led to the discovery of the source of the Nile Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1864. Second edition, 8vo, 2 maps, frontispiece and title page in facsimile, 20th century half calf, binding very slightly rubbed and faded, occasional dust-soiling, library stamps; Grogan, Ewart S. and Sharp, Arthur H. From the Cape to Cairo, the first traverse from South to North. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1900. First edition, 8vo, portrait, 1 colour illustration, 3 maps (2 folding), contemporary half morocco, spine faded, spine and boards rubbed, spotted, some tears to maps, bookplate to paste-down endpaper; Hutchinson, G.T. From the Cape to the Zambesi. London: John Murray, 1905. First edition, 8vo, frontispiece, 23 plates, original red cloth gilt, spine slightly faded, some darkening to endpapers; Salt, Henry A voyage to Abyssinia and travels into the interior of that country... Frank Cass & Co., 1967. 8vo, facsimile of the 1814 edition, red cloth gilt, spine a little faded; Barrow, John An account of travels into the interior of Southern Africa in the years 1797 and 1798... New York: Johnson, 1968. 8vo, facsimile of the 1801 edition, russet cloth, slightly faded (6) £250-300 396 FC269/77 Gardnor, J. and R. Views taken on and near the River Rhine... London: J. Walter, W. Dickenson and J. Wilkinson, [1792]. 4to, 32 engraved plates, contemporary calf with gilt tooled borders, joints splitting, some rubbing and bumping to spine and covers, some offsetting, title and a few plates a little spotted [ESTC T110216 ] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £250-300

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397 FE551/12 Gibson, John New and accurate maps of the counties of England and Wales... London: J. Newbery, [1779?] 12mo, 53 maps, contemporary calf, upper cover detached, boards and spine a little rubbed and chipped, title page dust-soiled and a little spotted, bookplate to paste-down endpaper; Lang, Andrew The true story book. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1893. 4to, 60 of 150 copies, frontispiece, 8 plates, original? boards, covers and spine soiled, endpapers a little darkened; de la Fontaine, Jean 81 loose plates, some with tissue guards, relating to la Fontaine’s works, each plate ca. 23.5x15.5cm (3) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-300 398 FD323/33 Greece - Williams, Hugh W. Travels in Italy, Greece and the Ionian Islands. Edinburgh: A. Constable, 1820. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, half-titles, 20 engraved plates, modern calf-backed cloth, some spotting, slight dampstaining to upper corners of some leaves of volume 1 £400-500

399 FD323/35 Grose, Francis The antiquities of Scotland. London: S. Hooper, 1789-1791. First edition, 4to, 2 volumes, portrait, engraved titles, folding map coloured in outline, 190 plates, 4to, contemporary morocco gilt, bookplates of James Drummond, spines a little rubbed, edges bumped, tear to last page of volume 2 with loss of a few words; Morton, James The monastic annals of Teviotdale... Edinburgh: W.H. Lizars, 1732. 4to, engraved frontispiece, 18 engraved plates, red half calf, gilt tooled spine, bookplate of George Redman, a little rubbed, some slight spotting; Geddie, John Illustrations of the scenery of the River Tay... Edinburgh: T. and A. Constable, 1891. Folio, 11 plates (of 13, plates 3 and 11 lacking), blue cloth with tan and gilt panel to upper cover, spine faded, cover slightly soiled; Doré, Gustave - Ollier, Edmund Cassell’s Doré gallery... London: Cassell & Company, [n.d.] 4to, 4 volumes, original cloth gilt, g.e., spines a little faded and frayed, some slight soiling to covers (8) £300-400

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400 FD323/11 Hooker, Joseph Dalton Himalayan journals, or notes of a naturalist. London: John Murray, 1854. 8vo, 2 volumes, tinted lithographic frontispieces, 11 tinted lithographic plates (of 12, plate 9 lacking), 2 folding maps, contemporary half calf, bookplate of E. Hay Stansfeld, bindings a little rubbed, map in volume 2 foxed, small tear to page 206 in volume 1 with slight loss of engraving, closed tear to plate in volume 2 with no loss (2) £200-300 401 LT2013/18 Hullmandel, Charles Joseph Picturesque views of ancient castellated mansions in Scotland, drawn on stone by C. Hullmandel, from sketches taken on the spot. London: C. Hullmandel & R. Ackermann, [1833]. 4 original parts, 4to, each part with 5 lithographed plates, plates in parts 1-3 on india paper, no text, with lithographed slip dated Jan. 1833 announcing that the 4th number concludes the work, slightly spotted, a few small marginal dampstains, wrappers a bit rubbed Rare: Rare. Not in Abbey, Scenery £400-600 402 FC269/112 Hungary - Pulszky, Francis and Theresa Tales and traditions of Hungary. London: Henry Colburn, 1851. 8vo, 3 volumes, contemporary half calf, spine and corners rubbed, one page in volume 3 dog-eared (3) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-250 403 FD323/8 Kane, Elisha Kent The United States Grinnell expedition in search of Sir John Franklin... New York: Sheldon, Blakeman & Co., 1857. 8vo, portrait, 2 maps (one folding) and 5 plates, newspaper cuttings attached to page 552 and endpapers, original cloth, spine a little rubbed and faded, some spotting, mostly marginal, title page torn in upper corner £200-300 404 FE551/7 Keltie, Scott - Exploration The story of exploration [edited by Scott Keltie]. London: Lawrence and Bullen, 1903-1905. 8vo, 5 volumes, green cloth with gilt compass motif, spines a little faded and bumped, some slight and occasional spotting, previous owner’s neat stamps to endpapers and one small, neat inscription, plates and maps, comprises: Johnston, Sir Harry The Nile quest Hogarth, D.G. The penetration of Arabia, Dawson, S.E. The Saint Lawrence basin, Mill, Hugh R. The siege of the South Pole, Clifford, Hugh Further India; Haklyut Society Voyages...London: J.M. Dent and Sons, 1927. 8vo, 10 volumes, contemporary blue-green cloth with gilt ship motifs, 10 portraits, 130 plates, occasional very slight spotting (15) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-300 406 82

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411 405 EZ708/2 Lawson, John Parker Scotland picturesque, historical, descriptive.... London, [n.d.]. Folio, 72 chromolithograph views, original blue cloth gilt, some rubbing at edges, some light spotting; Grant, James The tartans of the clans of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1886. Folio, frontispiece, colour plates, original decorative cloth, rubbed, inner hinges weak (2) £100-150 406 FE525/1 Le Bruyn, Corneille Voyage au Levant. Paris: Jean-Baptiste-Claude Bauche, 1725. 4to, 5 volumes, engraved portrait, 5 folding maps, 85 engraved plates (12 folding), contemporary speckled calf with gilt tooled spines, a very nice set, a little wear to joints with a couple sensitively repaired (5) £2,500-3,000 407 FC269/29 Le Chevalier, Jean Baptiste Voyage de la Propontide et du Pont-Euxin... Paris: Dentu, 1800. 2 volumes in one, 8vo, 6 folding maps, contemporary calf, with gilt tooled spine, bookplate, rubbed, joints split, some foxing to text and maps, lacks label Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300

408 FC263/7 Le Vaillant, François Second voyage dans l’intérieur de l’Afrique. Paris: H.J. Jansen, l’an 3 [1795]. First edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, 22 engraved plates, lacks half titles and errata leaves, neatly rebacked, spines gilt, some spotting £200-300 409 FC269/102 Lewis, Samuel A topographical dictionary of England. London: S. Lewis and Co., 1842. Fifth edition, 4to, 5 volumes including atlas with 55 maps, some folding; [Idem] A topographical dictionary of Wales... London: S. Lewis and Co., 1843. Third edition, 4to, 2 volumes; Uniform binding, green cloth gilt, bookplates of Lord Gretton, a little rubbing to spines, some slight foxing and occasional small closed tears at map creases (7) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £300-400 410 FD320/4 Livingstone, David and Charles Narrative of an expedition to the Zambesi and its tributaries. London: John Murray, 1865. First edition, 8vo, 1 folding plate, 12 single page plates and folding map, original cloth gilt, some rubbing and fading to covers and spine, spine repaired at top and bottom, bookplate, slight dust-soiling to edges of pages, map and advertisements a little spotted £200-300

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413 FE551/18 Marcoy, Paul A journey across South America. London: Blackie and Son, 18711873. 4to, 2 volumes in 4, 10 coloured maps, illustrations, some fulland double-page, original red cloth with Aztec style red and gilt patterning, g.e., some slight fading, rubbing and bumping to spines and covers (4) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-300 414 FD323/12 Mawson, Sir Douglas The home of the blizzard. London: William Heinemann, [ca. 1915]. 8vo, 2 volumes, portrait, 225 plates (8 coloured), 3 folding maps in rear pocket of volume 2, original blue cloth with gilt lettering and motif of climber in silver to upper covers, hinges weak, some bumping to spines and corners, joints a little rubbed, occasional foxing (2) £300-400 415 FD323/15 [Maxwell, William Hamilton] Wild sports of the West. London: Richard Bentley, 1832. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, 5 aquatint plates, contemporary half calf, slight spotting and offsetting, rubbed £200-300

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416 FD322/1 Mennie, Donald The grandeur of the gorges. Shanghai: Kelly and Walsh, 1926. First edition, limited to 1000 copies, 4to, 50 photographic plates (12 coloured), pictorial cloth, some occasional spotting, mainly to endpapers, gift inscription on first free-endpaper, cloth a little soiled and faded Note: Donald Mennie was born in Scotland in 1875/6 and grew up in Golspie, Sutherlandshire, before emigrating to China in around 1899. Although his photographs tend to show a very romanticised vision of China, The Grandeur of the Gorges depicts scenes along the Yangtze River which led to Mennie being proposed as a member of the Royal Geographic Society. Mennie died in the early 1940s and his name is found listed in the records of British internees at Lunghwa internment camp, Shanghai. £300-500 417 FC269/10 Misson, Maximilien Voyage d’Italie. Amsterdam: (to be sold in Paris) Clousier, David, Durand, & Damonneville, 1743. 8vo, 2 volumes, frontispiece, titles in red and black, 63 engraved plates (37 folding), contemporary calf, spines and covers a little rubbed and bumped, a couple of closed closed tears to plate 1 in first volume and small hole to p.330 with loss of a couple of letters, very occasional spotting and offsetting, some closed tears to plates 57 and 60 in volume 2 Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-250

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418 FD323/21 Nansen, Fridtjof Farthest north. London: Archibald Constable, 1897. 8vo, 2 volumes, 4 coloured folding maps, plates, original green cloth gilt, joints slightly rubbed, ends of spines a little bumped, occasional slight foxing (2) £100-200 419 FE551/3 Nansen, Fridtjof Farthest North... Westminster: Archibald Constable and Company, 1897. 8vo, 2 volumes, frontispieces, 16 colour plates, and others in monochrome, original green cloth gilt, slight rubbing and bumping to spines and corners, very occasional spotting; Burrard, Sir Sidney, Colonel Survey of India, professional paper no.26, Mount Everest and its Tibetan names. Dehra Dun: Brigadier R.H. Thomas, Surveyor General of India, 1931. 8vo, original printed boards, occasional pencil and ink annotations, corners slightly bumped, spine a little rubbed; Hogarth, D.G. The life of Charles M. Doughty. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1928. 4to, frontispiece, 9 plates, folding map, green cloth, spine faded; Darwin, Charles A naturalist’s voyage, journal of researches... London: John Murray, 1889. 8vo, green cloth gilt, spine and corners slightly rubbed and bumped; Doughty, Charles M. Travels in Arabia Deserta. London: Jonathan Cape Ltd. & the Medici Ltd., 1926. 8vo, folding map, dark blue cloth, slight bumping to spine and corners, some slight marginal spotting; Kelman, John From Damascus to Palmyra, illustrated by Margaret Thomas. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1908. 8vo, coloured frontispiece, 85 plates, folding map, original blue and green patterned cloth, covers and spine a little dust-soiled; Geike, Sir Archibald Geological map of Scotland. Edinburgh: John Bartholemew & Co., 1910. Second edition, 8vo explanatory notes and folding map, 70x80.5cm, backed onto linen,

blue cloth gilt, slight rubbing to spine, two small ‘Bartholemew’ stamps on explanatory notes and reverse of map (8) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £250-350 420 FC237/157 Nattes, John Claude Scotia depicta... London: W. Miller &c., 1804. Oblong folio, engraved title and 48 plates engraved by James Fittler, original boards with purple cloth spine and original paper label to upper board, soiling to boards and occasional interior dust soiling and dampstaining, marginal tear to plate 12 Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £300-400 421 FD323/32 Nicaragua and Costa Rica - Boyle, Frederick A ride across a continent: a personal narrative of wanderings through Nicaragua and Costa Rica. London: R. Bentley, 1868. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, 2 frontispieces and 3 plates, contemporary half calf, morocco labels, spine gilt £200-300

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422 FE528/6 Park, Mungo Travels in the interior districts of Africa. London: for the author, 1799. First edition, 4to, engraved portrait frontispiece, 3 folding maps and charts and 5 plates, title and frontispiece detached, calf, lacks lower board; Cooley, William Desborough Inner Africa laid open, in an attempt to trace the chief lines of communication across that continent south of the Equator. London: Longmans &c., 1852. 8vo, folding map, original cloth, 32pp. advertisements at end, some spotting; Livingstone, David Voyage d’exploration au Zambèze et dans l’Afrique Centrale 1840-1873. Paris: Hachette, 1882. Third edition, 8vo, frontispiece, illustrations, original cloth (3) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £250-350 423 FD320/2 Pitman, Captain Charles R.S. A guide to the snakes of Uganda. Kampala: the Uganda Society, 1938. 8vo, limited to 500 copies, colour frontispiece, 2 folding maps, 22 colour plates, blue half morocco, spine and boards a little faded and rubbed, light spotting, bookplate to paste-down endpaper, a couple of pages lacking (possibly due to pagination errors), small closed tear to first folding map; Cotterill, H.B. Travels and researches among the lakes and mountains of eastern and central Africa... London: John Murray, 1879. 8vo, frontispiece, portrait, 3 folding maps, 12 plates (3 in facsimile), pp.273-288 in facsimile, original green cloth, g.e., slight fading and rubbing to spine and boards, occasional spotting; Lydekker, R. The game animals of Africa. London: Rowland Ward, 1908. First edition, 8vo, red cloth gilt, binding rubbed and soiled, occasional spotting; Jex-Blake, A.J. Gardening in East Africa, a practical handbook. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1957. Fourth edition, 8vo, 23 colour plates, original green cloth with gilt floral motif to upper cover; and 6 others (10) £200-250 424 FE551/6 Polar and Himalayan Expeditions Murray, George The Antarctic manual for the use of the expedition of 1901. London: Royal Geographic Society, 1901. First edition, 8vo, 3 folding maps in rear pocket, blue cloth with Royal Geographic Society arms to spine, spine faded, hinges a little weak; Mill, Hugh Robert The life of Sir Ernest Shackleton. London: W. Heinemann, 1923. 8vo, frontispiece, 19 plates, 4 maps in text, blue cloth gilt, spine and boards slightly rubbed and soiled, occasional spotting; Chapman, F. Spencer Hevellyn to Himalaya... London: Chatto & Windus, 1940. First edition, 8vo, signed by the author, dust-jacket, frontispiece, 47 plates, folding map, original green cloth, spine faded, dust-jacket a little torn in places; Gowans and Gray Life in the Antarctic, photographs of the Scottish Antarctic expedition. London: Gowans & Gray, 1907. 12mo, original coloured pictorial wrappers showing pengins, wrappers a little darkened and soiled; Fricker, Dr. Karl Bibliothek der Länderfunde: Antarktis. Berlin: Schall & Grund, 1898. 8vo, original card binding with gilt lettering and image of globe and eagle, some

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rubbing and chipping to covers, especially corners, marginal darkening; Herzog, Maurice Annapurna...London: Jonathan Cape, n.d. [1952?] 8vo, signed by the translator, folding map, plates, dustjacket, original blue cloth, some small tears to dust-jacket; Murray, W.H. The Scottish Himalayan expedition. London: J.M. Dent, 1951. First edition, 8vo, dust-jacket, plates, original blue cloth, some tears and rubbing to dust-jacket; Löwenberg, J., Ave-Lallemant, Robert and Dove, Alfred Life of Alexander von Humboldt. London: Longman, Greens and Co., 1873. 8vo, 2 volumes, portraits, blue cloth gilt, spines faded; (Quantity) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-300 425 FD323/19 Polar Exploration Astrup, Eivind With Peary near the Pole. London: C. Arthur Pearson, 1898. 8vo, folding map, original maroon cloth gilt, spine a little faded; Peary, R.E. Nearest the Pole. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1907. 8vo, colour frontispiece, folding map, original cloth gilt, spine a little faded, upper joint rubbed, frontispiece loose; Shackleton, Ernest H. South... London: William Heinemann, 1922. 8vo, 31 plates, original cloth, spine and covers a little faded, some slight soiling to edges; Hall, Charles F. Narrative of the second Arctic expedition... Washington: Government Printing Office, 1879. 4to, original green cloth gilt, upper cover very slightly soiled, some bumping and rubbing to spine and covers; Scott, R.F. Scott’s last expedition, the personal journals... London: John Murray, 1923. 8vo, original cloth, 18 plates, 2 maps, spine faded, binding a little soiled; Brögger, W.C. and Rolfsen, Nordahl Fridtiof Nansen. Longmans, Green, and Co., 1896. 8vo, 8 plates, 3 maps, original green cloth with silver image to upper cover, plates and folding maps, spine faded; McClintock, Francis Leopold A narrative of the discovery of the fate of Sir John Franklin and his companions. London: John Murray, 1860. 8vo, 13 plates, facsimile letter and 4 folding maps, green calf gilt, spine faded, spine and covers rubbed and chipped; Gordon, Seton Amid snowy wastes. London: Cassell and Company, 1922. 8vo, 113 plates, 2 maps, original blue cloth, spine and boards a little faded, spine chipped and detached in places; Marr, Scott Into the frozen south. London: Cassell and Company, 1923. 8vo, plates, green cloth, a little rubbed, some slight foxing; and several others £300-400 426 FE316/2 Portuguese exploration - Faria y Sousa, Manuel de The Portugues Asia: or the history of the discovery and conquest of India by the Portugues, containing all their discoveries from the coast of Africk, to the farthest parts of China and Japan.. translated into English by John Stevens. London: C Brome, 1695. First English edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary panelled calf, some spotting, worn, three covers detached, [Wing F428] Provenance: Bruce of Kinnarid, armorial bookplates £1,000-1,500

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430 427 FC269/45 Poulson, George The history and antiquities of the seigniory of Holderness in the EastRiding of the county of York... Hull: Robert Brown, 1840. 4to, 2 volumes, 2 frontispieces, 38 engraved plates (6 coloured), original cloth, bookplates, a little rubbing and bumping, hinges weak, some spotting; Bigsby, Robert History of Repton. London: Richard Keene, 1854. 4to, portrait, engraved title, 11 plates, contemporary red calf gilt, bookplates, covers and spine a little rubbed and soiled, occasional spotting (3) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £250-300 428 FD681/3 Prescott, William Hickling History of the conquest of Mexico. London: Routledge, Warne and Routledge, 1865. 8vo, 2 volumes, 2 portraits, map, 2 plates, contemporary tree calf gilt, spine slightly faded, joints cracking, occasional spotting; [Idem] History of the conquest of Peru. London: Richard Bentley, 1850. 8vo, 3 volumes, folding map, contemporary half calf, gilt tooled spines, previous owner’s bookplate to paste-down endpapers, spines a little faded, some slight bumping, occasional foxing; [Idem] History of the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella the Catholic. London: G. Routledge, [n.d.] 8vo, 2 volumes, 2 portraits, 4 plates, contemporary purple calf gilt, spines rubbed and faded, boards slightly scratched; Sykes, Sir Percy A history of Persia. London: Macmillan & Co., 1963. 8vo, 2 volumes, contemporary blue cloth, very slightly rubbed; Thomas, Bertram Alarms and excursions in Arabia. London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1931. First edition, 8vo, frontispiece, plates and maps, original red cloth, some fading and soiling to spine and boards, some internal foxing and dampstaining; and 1 other (11) £200-300

429 FC237/190 Robson, George Fennell Scenery of the Grampian Mountains. London: published by the author, 1814. Large folio, 41 engraved plates, folding map at end, contemporary half calf gilt with marbled boards, some slight offsetting onto text, occasional very light foxing, some fading to boards, slight cracking to joints, very small closed tear to foremargin of text accompanying plate 24 Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £400-600 430 FC237/382 Robson, George Fennell Scenery of the Grampian Mountains. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1819. Large vertical folio (528 x 350mm.), list of subscribers, hand-coloured folding engraved map, 41 hand-coloured aquatint plates, slight offsetting to text, contemporary half calf, spine gilt, rubbed Provenance: Alexander Speirs Esq., of Elderslie, armorial bookplate [Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire] Note: Apart from offsetting onto the text, a very good clean copy. Abbey, Scenery, 506. £1,200-1,800

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431 FD323/23 Scoresby, William An account of the Arctic regions... Edinburgh: Archibald Constable, 1820. First edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, 2 folding engraved frontispieces, 4 folding tables, 21 (of 22) maps and plates (some folding), contemporary half calf, boards rubbed, joints cracked, spines rubbed and cracked, some spotting and dust-soiling, small hole to frontispiece in volume 1, frontispiece in volume 2 torn, small hole to page 573 in volume 2 with loss of several letters (2) £250-350 432 FD323/18 Scott, Robert F. The voyage of the ‘Discovery’. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1905. First edition, 8vo., 2 volumes, 2 photograveure frontispieces, 12 colour plates, 2 folding maps in rear pockets, original blue cloth gilt with gilt medallions to upper covers, spines a little faded, rubbed and bumped (2) £150-200 433 FC787/7 Scottish Interest Bone, Muirhead Glasgow, fifty drawings. Glasgow: James Maclehose, 1911. Folio, 42 (of 50) plates, in box and slipcase, slipcase soiled with broken hinges, lacking upper and lower ends, spine lacking label, plates spotted; Dean of Guild Court Glasgow past and present. Glasgow: David Robertson and Co., 1884. 4to, 3 volumes, number 328 of 500 copies, 6 maps and plans, 1 frontispiece, 1 portrait, 1 plate, original? brown cloth with paper labels to spines, hinges weak (split in volume 1), many pages uncut, some rubbing and soiling to covers and spines, slight foxing to endpapers, interiors largely clean; Boswell, James The journal of a tour to the Hebrides... London: T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1807. 8vo, frontispiece, contemporary half calf, joints splitting, spine and covers rubbed, spotting, some annotations; Thomson, James The history of Dundee. Dundee: Robert Walker, 1847. 8vo, engraved title, contemporary half calf, spine and boards rubbed, hinges splitting, dust soiling and spotting; Ballingal, William The shores of Fife. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1872. 4to, frontispiece, engraved title, 34 engraved plates, red cloth, gilt edges, some dust soiling and spotting; and 18 others (25) £150-200 434 FD320/6 Selous, Frederick Courtney A hunter’s wanderings in Africa. London: Richard Bentley & Son, 1881. First edition, 8vo, frontispiece, map in facsimile, 18 plates, modern green half calf, half-title in facsimile, a few small tears and repairs to plates; Hindlip, Lord Sport and travel, Abyssinia and British East Africa. London, 1906. 8vo, portrait, frontispiece, 62 (of 63) pages of plates, 2 folding maps, modern brown cloth with original brown cloth gilt labels on upper cover and spine, some closed tears to maps; Lydekker, R. The game animals of Africa. London: Rowland Ward, 1908. First edition, 8vo, 15 plates, original red cloth gilt, zebra stripe endpapers, binding faded and soiled, occasional spotting; and 3 others (6) £200-250

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435 FD323/16 Shackleton, Ernest H. The heart of the Antarctic. London: William Heinemann, 1909. 8vo, 2 volumes, portrait frontispiece, 2 folding maps and folding plate (in pocket at rear), plates, original blue cloth, silver panels to upper boards, fading to backstrips, upper spine of volume 1 chipped (2) £250-350 436 FD323/2 Shackleton, Sir Ernest South, the story of Shackleton’s last expedition 1914-1917... London: William Heinemann, 1919. First edition, second impression, 8vo, coloured frontispiece, 87 photographic plates, folding map, original cloth with silver figure of a ship to upper cover, ends of spine and corners a little bumped, some occasional very light marginal spotting, closed marginal tear to map £200-300 437 FC269/89 Sharp, Sir Cuthbert A history of Hartlepool. Durham: Francis Humble and Co., 1816. 8vo, additional engraved title, 2 double-page genealogical tables, 14 plain plates, 4 hand-coloured plates, folding plan of Hartlepool, contemporary calf, bookplate of Lord Gretton, boards and spine rubbed Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 438 FC237/373 Slezer, John Theatrum Scotiae. London: printed for D. Browne... 1718. Folio, folding panorama and 59 (of 60) double page plates, lacking “The North Side of Edinburgh Castle”, contemporary panelled calf, spine gilt, neatly rebacked, slight rubbing to covers, small wormhole running through upper margin of first few pages, no loss of text, slight darkening to a few plates and pages Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £1,200-1,500 439 FD323/38 South of Scotland and the Borders Armstrong, Robert Bruce The history of Liddesdale... Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1883. 4to, number 27 of 275 copies on small paper, coloured title, original cloth and label, a little rubbed; Dowall, William History of Dumfries. Edinburgh: Adam & Charles Black, 1867. 8vo, presentation copy inscribed by author, black cloth gilt, a little rubbed, g.e.; Oliver, J. Rutherford Upper Teviotdale and the Scotts of Buccleuch... Hawick: W. & J. Kennedy, 1887. 4to, original brown cloth gilt, hinges a little weak; Bulloch, J. P. B. - Urquhart, J. M. The third statistical account of Scotland [Peebles and Selkirk]. Glasgow: Collins, 1964. 8vo, red cloth gilt; Shaw, W. (Editor) In the Border country...with pictures in colour by James Orrock. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1906. 8vo, original red cloth gilt, signed and dated “1910” by the author, colour plates; Douglas, Sir George A history of the Border counties. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1899. 8vo, cloth gilt, 3 folding maps in pockets at front and rear, spine faded, some very slight spotting, small holes to map folds; Wilson

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Tales of the Borders. London: W. Mackenzie, [n.d.] 4to, 6 volumes in 3, dark blue watered cloth, plates, some slight spotting and soiling; Palmer, Sutton and Moncrieff, Hope Bonnie Scotland. London: A. & C. Black, 1904. 8vo, original blue pictorial cloth; Chambers, William A history of Peeblesshire. Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers, 1864. 8vo, blue cloth gilt, spine a little faded; and a small quantity of others; sold not subject to return (quantity) £300-400 440 FD323/22 Speke, John Hanning Journal of the discovery of the source of the Nile. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1863. 8vo, frontispiece, 25 plates, 1 map (of 2, folding map from rear pocket lacking), contemporary blue calf gilt, g.e., bookplate of James Milne Stansfield, spine faded and a little rubbed £150-200 441 FE257/2 Stedman, J. G. Narrative of a five years expedition against the revolted negroes of Surinam... London: J. Johnson, 1813. 4to, 2 volumes, engraved titles, 3 folding maps, 72 (of 78) engraved plates, contemporary boards, rubbed, cloth on spine a little torn, spines faded, a few marginal tears with no loss of text (2) Note: Several of the plates in this work were engraved by William Blake. Stedman’s book is sometimes said to have contributed towards Blake’s strong opposition to slavery. £150-200 441 89

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442 FD323/27 Sverdrup, Otto New land, four years in the Arctic regions. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1904. 8vo, 2 volumes, 1 (of 5) folding maps (maps in rear pocket lacking), original blue cloth with silver image of huskies to upper boards, spines faded, spine of volume 1 and covers a little stained (2) £150-200 443 FC269/98 The Victoria History of the Counties of England Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Westminster: Archibald Constable, 1900-1914. 4to in eights, 6 volumes, numerous plates and maps, many folding, original red cloth gilt, bookplates of J.P. Shawe-Storey and Lord Gretton, spines faded, some spotting (6) Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 444 FD323/25 Thomas-Stanford, Charles A river of Norway... London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1903. 8vo, photogravure frontispiece, 9 photogravure plates, 1 colour plan, original cloth gilt, spine faded, sticker to lower cover, some light foxing £300-400 445 FE551/15 Time-Life - Classics of Exploration London: Time-Life, n.d. 8vo, 19 volumes, modern facsimile editions of works on African, Asian and Polar exploration, brown leather with red panels, g.e. (19) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £350-450 446 FD323/1 Tobin, Catherine Shadows of the East, or slight sketches of scenery, persons and customs... London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1855. 4to, 17 tinted lithograph plates and 2 coloured maps, with an envelope containing two signed letters from the author to Mrs Howard of Corby Castle, original red cloth with arabesque gilt designs to covers and spine, floral endpapers, g.e., spine a little faded and frayed at ends, covers very slightly soiled, upper hinge split, occasional spotting, full transcriptions of letters available upon request Note: Tobin’s book contains two letters written on mourning paper, from the author to Mrs Howard of Corby Castle. The first letter, marked in pencil as being dated 1860, offers the author’s regards for Mrs Howard’s health. Tobin also gives a remarkably equanimous account of her 21-year-old son’s death and mentions the family’s next planned trip to Egypt and Syria. The second letter, dated 1861, offers a copy of Shadows of the East to Mrs Howard. £700-900

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447 FD320/1 Trollope, Anthony South Africa. London: Chapman and Hall, 1878. 8vo, 2 volumes, modern quarter calf, pp.29/30 in volume 1 torn with loss of a few words, title in volume 2 repaired with loss of a letter, corner of pp.275/276 in volume 2 torn with loss of page number, titles slightly darkened, a few creases to pages; Reade, Winwood The African sketch-book. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1873. First edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, 2 frontispieces, plus additional frontispiece and title bound into volume 2, 11 (of 12) maps, 8 plates, original green cloth gilt, bindings rubbed and soiled, occasional foxing and dampstaining, slight tears to some maps; Moore, J.E.S. To the mountains of the moon. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1901. 8vo, coloured frontispiece and 3 maps (2 folding), original green cloth, rubbed and bumped, hinges weak, small gouge to spine, occasional spotting, marginal closed tear to final map; Burton, Sir Richard Selected papers on anthropology, travel and exploration. London: A. M. Philpot Ltd., 1924. 8vo, contemporary red cloth, spine a little faded, occasional spotting; Cunningham, J.F. Uganda and its peoples. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1905. 8vo, modern green half calf; and 4 others (11) £250-300

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448 FD323/24 Wallace, Alfred Russel The Malay archipelago... Macmillan and Co., 1869. Second edition, 8vo, 2 frontispieces, 1 folding map (of 2), 6 engraved plates, contemporary blue calf gilt, bookplates of James Milne Stansfeld, spines faded, interiors clean (2) £100-150 449 FC269/46 Walsh, Edward A narrative of the expedition to Holland in the Autumn of the year 1799. London: G.G. and J. Robinson, 1800. 4to, 7 engraved plates, contemporary boards with later cloth spine, bookplates, boards faded, bumped and soiled, a few puncture marks to spine, occasional light spotting and browning, a couple of very faint waterstains [ESTC T117434] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £200-300 450 FE257/3 Walsh, Robert Constantinople and the scenery of the seven churches of Asia Minor... London: Newgate, [1839?] 4to, 2 volumes, engraved titles, 94 engraved plates, 1 (of 2) double page maps, contemporary blue morocco with gilt tooled spines and borders, a little rubbed, corners slightly chipped (2) £200-300 451 FC269/69 Watson, John The history and antiquities of the parish of Halifix, in Yorkshire. London: T. Lowndes, 1775. 4to, engraved portrait, 9 (of 10) plates (4 folding), contemporary half calf, rubbed, spine chipped, joints splitting, title and portrait spotted Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 452 FC237/210 Westminster, Elizabeth, Marchioness of Narrative of a yacht voyage in the Mediterranean. London, J. Murray, 1842. 2 volumes, 8vo, 26 plates, original cloth, spotting, dampstaining to a few plates, hinges weak, a bit rubbed and soiled Provenance: Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall, Perthshire £200-300 453 FE551/23B Williamson, James A. The voyages of the Cabots and the English discovery of North America under Henry VII and Henry VIII. Argonaut Press, 1929. 4to, one of 1050 copies, vellum-backed cloth; Temple, Sir R. Carnac The world encompassed and analogous contemporary documents. Argnoaut Press, 1926. 4to, one of 975 copies, vellum-backed cloth; Dampier, William A new voyage round the world. Argonaut Press, 1927. 4to, one of 975 copies, vellum-backed cloth; Flammarion, Camille L’atmosphère météorologie populaire. Paris, 1888. 4to, chromolithographed plates, original cloth, worn, upper cover detached; Peck, W. A popular handbook and atlas of astronomy. 1890.

4to, original cloth, head of spine slightly rubbed; Carne, John Syria, the Holy land, Asia Minor, &c. illustrated. Fisher, Son & Co., [c.1840]. Third series only, engraved title, 2 maps, plates, tissue guards, contemporary green morocco, slightly rubbed; Murphy, William A comprehensive classical atlas. Edinburgh, [1832]. 12mo, 21 engraved maps hand-coloured in outline, original maroon half roan, worn; and 5 others (12) Provenance: Bartholomew Family, Mapmakers and Geographers, Edinburgh £200-300 454 FC269/27 Willis, Browne A survey of the cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Man, Lichfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester and Bristol... London: R. Gosling, 1727. 4to, 20 folding plates, contemporary calf, upper board detached, lower joint splitting, spine and covers rubbed and peeling, some dampstaining, small hole to page 149 with loss of one letter, small amount of worming pages 819-894 with loss of some letters, some light spotting Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-250 455 FC269/26 Wilson, Sir Robert Thomas History of the British expedition to Egypt. London: T. Egerton, 1802. 4to, engraved portrait, 3 folding engraved maps, 2 folding tables, contemporary calf, gilt tooled spine and border, spine and covers rubbed and chipped, joints splitting, some foxing to first and last few pages, title lacking Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £100-150 456 FC269/99 Wilson, Sir Robert Thomas History of the British expedition to Egypt... London: T. Egerton, 1803. 4to, frontispiece portrait & 3 folding maps, contemporary gilt tooled calf, bookplate of the Earl of Bandon, upper cover detached, lower joint split, spine rubbed and chipped, occasional spotting, some slight offsetting onto title page Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-200 457 FC269/105 Young, Arthur Travels during the years 1787, 1788, and 1789... [in] the kingdom of France. Bury St Edmunds: W. Richardson, 1792. First edition, 4to, 3 folding map (1 hand-coloured), contemporary tree calf, rubbed, upper joint splitting, some foxing, dust-soiling and creasing to endpapers, maps and a few pages [ESTC T78927] Provenance: Property of the Trustees of Lord Gretton £150-250

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BOOKS FROM THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND: PART VI 458 EZ825/858 Albinus, Bernard Siegfried Tables of the skeleton and muscles of the human body. London: J. & P. Knapton, 1749. Large folio, engraved title vignette, 28 engraved plates and 16 outline plates, title page detached and dust-soiled; [bound with] A compleat system of the blood-vessels and nerves. London: John Knapton, 1758. Engraved title vignette, 7 engraved plates and 4 outline plates, 1 plate torn in half, but complete, 2 parts in one volume, contemporary half calf, uncut, RCSI library stamps to text and plate versos, slight dampstaining in lower margins, a few spots, a few short marginal tears, very worn £1,000-2,000 459 EZ825/834 Albinus, Bernhard Siegfried Academicarum annotationum. Leiden: J. & H. Verbeek, 1754-68. 8 volumes, 4to, 37 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, RCSI library stamp to titles, bindings worn, some light dust-soiling chiefly to titles, some covers detached £200-300 460 EZ825/836 Albinus, Bernhard Siegfried Historia musculorum hominis. Leiden: T. Haak & H. Mulhove, 1734. First edition, 4to, 4 engraved plates, each with duplicate plate, each also with an uncalled for duplicate plate from another copy pasted onto verso of called for duplicate, contemporary calf, RCSI library stamp on title, some spotting, rubbed, covers detached £150-250 461 EZ825/839 Albinus, Bernhard Siegfried De sceleto humano liber. Leiden: J. & H. Verbeek, 1762. First edition, 4to, contemporary calf, RCSI library stamp on title, slightly spotted, title dust-soiled, covers detached £150-250 462 EZ825/886 Aldini, John An account of the late improvements in Galvanism... London: Cuthell and Martin, 1803. 4to, 4 engraved plates, contemporary tree calf, covers detached, rubbed, spotted, RCSI library stamps £200-300 463 EZ825/872 Ammon, Friedrich August von Klinische Darstellung der Krankheiten und Bildungsfehler des menschilchen Auges. Berlin: G. Reimer, 1838-41. Volumes 1-3 (of 4), RCSI library stamps on titles, 55 engraved plates, some handcoloured, original boards, uncut, somewhat spotted, some leaves in part 3 frayed and loose, boards very worn and soiled, some boards detached, some margins discoloured £600-900

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464 EZ825/832 Andry de Boisregard, Nicolas De la generation des vers dans le corps de l’homme. Amsterdam: T. Lombrail, 1701. 12mo, 3 plates (2 double page, 1 folding), contemporary vellum, RCSI library stamp on title, folding plate torn without loss, slight dust-soiling £150-250 465 EZ825/833 Andry de Boisregard, Nicolas L’orthopédie ou l’art de prevenir et corriger dans les enfants les difformités du corps. Brussels: G. Frick, 1743. Volume 1 only, 8vo, engraved frontispiece and 13 (of 14) plates, contemporary calf, RCSI library stamp to title, some spotting, lacks upper board, lower board detached £150-250

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466 EZ825/831 Asiatic Journal The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign India, China and Australasia. London, Jan-Dec. & August supplement 1833, Jan-Nov. 1834; Jan-Mar. & Nov.-Dec., 1835; Feb.-Dec. 1836, and April 1837. 8vo, original wrappers, last lacking wrappers, some wrappers dust soiled; sold not subject to return £100-200

472 EZ825/817 Bell, Sir Charles Illustrations of the great operations of surgery. London: Longman &c., 1821. First edition, RCSI library stamp to title, 20 uncoloured etched plates, original boards, uncut, some spotting, title, final leaf and some margins dust-soiled, binding worn, covers detached; sold not subject to return £200-300

467 EZ825/884 Beechey, Frederick William Narrative of a voyage to the Pacific... London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1831. First edition, 8vo, 2 volumes, 23 engraved plates, 3 maps (2 folding), contemporary quarter calf, upper cover of volume 2 detached, some parts of spines lacking, joints split, rubbed, RCSI library stamps, occasional foxing, a few tears to maps and plates (2) £150-250

473 EZ825/891 Blanchard, Émile L’organisation du règne animal. Paris: Victor Masson, J.B. Ballière, [n.d.] Folio, 72 (of 74) lithographed plates on India paper, some coloured, contemporary half morocco, pagination skips from page 120 to page 137 in one instance although no pages appear to have been removed, rubbed, some spotting, dust-soiling and dampstaining, library stamps £200-300

468 EZ825/893 Bell, Charles A series of engravings, explaining the course of the nerves. London: T.N. Longman, O. Rees, &c. 1803. First edition, 4to, 9 engraved plates, 3 folding, contemporary half calf, heavily spotted, library stamp on title, 3 folding plates split at fold £200-300

474 EZ825/863 Botany - Pontedera, Giulio Anthologia, sive de floris natura. Padua: J. Mansre, 1720. 4to, 12 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, title dust-soiled, covers detached; Martyn, Thomas Thirty eight plates. London, 1799. 8vo, 38 hand-coloured engraved plates, lacks lower board, most plates loose; Bossu, Antonin Traité des plantes medicinales indigènes. Paris, 1862. 8vo, 2 volumes, 60 hand-coloured engraved plates, a few with library blindstamp, wrappers, rubbed & soiled; Lindley, John Flora medica. London, 1838. 8vo, original cloth, rubbed; Phillips, Henry History of cultivated vegetables. London, 1822. 2 volumes, 8vo, half calf, covers detached; Aiton, W.T. Hortus Kewensis. London, 1810-13. 5 volumes, 8vo, half calf, covers detached, one cover lacking; Smith, James Edward Memoir and correspondence. London, 1832. 2 volumes, 8vo, portrait, half calf; and 3 others; all with RCSI library stamp on title, most spotted, most rubbed or worn; sold not subject to return (17) £200-300

469 EZ825/887 Bell, John Engravings of the bones, muscles, and joints illustrating the first volume of the anatomy of the human body. London: T.N. Longman and O. Rees, 1804. Second edition, 4to, 32 engraved plates, boards, lower board detached, main part of spine lacking, library stamps, a little offsetting from plates, some spotting £150-250 470 EZ825/894 Bell, John The principles of surgery. London: Longman, Hurst &c., 1815. 3 volumes bound in 4, 4to, 78 (of 88) engraved plates, 12 hand-coloured, some folding, numerous engravings in text, contemporary half calf, some spotting and browning, some RCSI library stamps, a few folding plates with short tear and a few margins slightly frayed and soiled, worn £200-300 471 EZ825/816 Bell, Sir Charles Engravings from specimens of morbid parts. London: Longman &c., 1813. First edition, folio, fasciculus 1 (all published), 12 plates, RCSI library stamp to title, library blindstamp to plates, contemporary half calf, some offsetting and dampstaining, worn, joints weak £200-250

475 EZ825/769 Botany - Rose, Hugh The elements of botany. London, 1775. 8vo, 14 plates, contemporary calf, library stamp on title, worn, cover detached; Hull, John Elements of botany. Manchester, 1800. 2 volumes, 8vo, 16 plates (1 folding), contemporary half calf, lacks spines, covers detached; Smith, James Edward An introduction to the study of botany. 1833. 7th edition, 8vo, 36 plates, quarter cloth, discolouration, covers loose, lacks spine; Smith, James Edward A grammar of botany. 1821. 8vo, 21 plates, half calf, worn, covers detached; Wildenbow, D.C. The principles of botany. 1805. 8vo, 10 plates, spotting, lacks one board, other detached; Milne, Colin A botanical dictionary. 1805. 8vo, 25 handcoloured plates, contemporary calf, some spotting, boards detached; Moore, Thomas The field botanist’s companion. 1862. 8vo, 24 handcoloured plates, original cloth, slightly soiled, all with library stamp to title; and others, similar; sold not subject to return £300-400

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476 EZ825/851 Bouguer, Pierre La figure de la terre. Paris: C-A. Jombert, 1749. First edition, 4to, 9 folding plates, contemporary calf, errata leaf, RCSI library stamps on title, slight spotting, worn, lacks title £200-300 477 EZ825/852 British and American medicine, 19th century, a large quantity, including Longmore, T. A treatise on the transport of sick and wounded troops. [c.1850]. 8vo, illustrations, original cloth, worn; Meigs, C.D. A treatise on acute and chronic diseases of the neck of the uterus. Philadelphia, 1854; Ziegler, Ernst A text book of pathological anatomy and pathogenesis. 1883-84. 2 volumes; Cobbold, T. Spencer Entozoa, an introduction to the study of Helminthology. 1864-69. 2 volumes; Helmhotz, H. The mechanism of the ossicles of the ear. New York, 1873; Balfour, Francis M. A treatise on comparative embryology. 1880. 2 volumes; Arnold, A.B. Manual of nervous diseases. New York, 1885; Thompson, Sir Henry The pathology and treatment of stricture of the urethra. 1885; Thompson, Sir Henry On tumours of the bladder. 1884; Thin, George Pathology and treatment of ringworm. 1887; Puschmann, T. A history of medical education. 1891; most original cloth; all with RCSI library stamp on title, some spotting and soiling; sold not subject to return (quantity) £300-500 478 EZ825/878 British medicine - Nineteenth century, a quantity, including Burns, John Dissertations on inflammation. Glasgow, 1800. 2 volumes, half calf; Russell, James A treatise on the morbid affection of the knee joint. Edinburgh, 1802. 3 engraved plates, calf; Heberden, William Commentaries on the history and cure of diseases. 1802. Half calf, worn, covers detached; Cuvier, Baron G. Lectures on comparative anatomy. 1802. 2 volumes, 7 folding tables, calf, neatly rebacked and repaired; Currie, James Medical reports, on the effects of water. Liverpool, 1804. 2 volumes, half calf, one cover detached; Young, Samuel An inquiry into the nature and action of cancer. 1805. Half calf; Crowther, Bryan Practical observations on the disease of the joints. 1808. Calf; Rees, George Practical observations on disorders of the stomach. 1811. Half calf; Thomson, John Report of observations made in the British military hospitals in Belgium after the battle of Waterloo. Edinburgh, 1816. 8vo, original boards, uncut, covers detached; Walker, Richard Memoirs of medicine. 1799. 8vo, original boards, uncut, rubbed; Bell, Benjamin A system of surgery. Edinburgh, 1801. Seventh edition, 2 volumes, engraved frontispiece, contemporary calf, spotted; Abernethy, John Surgical observations. 1804. Calf, spotted; Clarke, Edward G. The modern practice of physic. 1805. Calf; Howard, John Practical observations on the natural history and cure of the venereal disease. 1806. Second edition, 2 volumes, calf; Scarpa, Antonio Practical observations on the principal disease of the eyes. 1806. 3 folding plates, half calf; Halliday, Andrew Observations on emphysema. 1807. Calf; Scarpa, Antonio A treatise on the anatomy, pathology and surgical treatment of aneurism. Edinburgh, 1808. 2 engraved plates, half calf, worn; Russell, James A treatise on scrofula. Edinburgh, 1808. Half calf; Mathias, Andrew The 94

mercurial disease. 1810. Half calf; Clarke, Arthur An essay on bathing. Dublin, 1813. Frontispiece, original boards, worn; Corvisart, J.N. A treatise on the diseases and organic lesions of the heart. 1813. Calf, joints split; Pemberton, C.R. A practical treatise on various disease of the abdominal viscera. 1814. Half calf; Saunders, J.C. A treatise on some practical points relating to the diseases of the eye. 1816. Frontispiece and 7 coloured plates, half calf, spotted and soiled, rubbed; Roux, P.J. A narrative of a journey to London in 1814. 1816. Half calf; Howship, John Practical observations on the diseases of the urinary organs. 1816. Half calf; Marcet, Alexander An essay on the chemical history and medical treatment of calculous disorders. 1817. Half calf; Johnson, James The influence of tropical climates on European constitutions. 1818. Lacks upper board, title soiled; Blackadder, H.H. Observations on phagedaena gangraenosa. Edinburgh, 1818. Half calf; White,W. Further observations on strictures of the rectum. Bath, 1822. 1 engraved plate, half calf; Earle, Henry Practical observations in surgery. 1823. 3 engraved plates, quarter cloth; Baillie, Matthew The works. 1825. 2 volumes, 8vo, engraved frontispiece, half calf, one title loose and frayed, worn, lacks spines; Johnson, James An essay on morbid sensibility. 1827. Original boards, uncut; Marshall, Henry Hints to young medical officers of the army. 1828. Original boards, uncut, worn, one cover detached; Macilwain, G. Surgical observations. 1830. Half calf; Blake, Andrew A practical essay on the disease generally known under the denomination of delirium tremens. 1830. Half calf; Liston, Robert Elements of surgery. 1831-32. 3 parts in one volume half calf; Brodie, B.C. Lectures on the diseases of the urinary organs. 1832. Half calf, some scoring; Laennec, R.T.H. A treatise on the disease of the chest. 1834. 2 engraved plates, half calf, worn; Marshall, Henry On the enlisting, discharging and pensioning of soldiers. Edinburgh, 1839. Quarter cloth, lacks spine, cover detached; James, J.H. On the distinctive characters of external inflammations. 1847. Original cloth; Teale, T.P. On amputation. 1848. Original cloth; Birkett, John The diseases of the breast. 1850. 12 lithographed plates, some handcoloured, original cloth; Pavy, F.W. Researches on nature and treatment of diabetes. 1862; Mac Cormac, W. Notes and recollections of an ambulance surgeon. 1871. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author, original cloth; all with RCSI library stamp to title, most with some spotting or soiling, most rubbed or worn; sold not subject to return (49) £900-1,000 479 EZ825/800 British Medicine, 19th century, including Swan, John An essay on tetanus... London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme..., 1825; Bound with Reid, Robert On the nature and treatment of tetanus and hydrophobia... Dublin: R. Milliken... 1817. Hand coloured plate; Bound with Sully, Henry Observations on the pain directions for all classes of people to prevent the fatal effects of the bites of animals... Taunton: R. Hall, 1828. Engraved plate, uncommon Taunton imprint; 8vo, later half calf, boards rubbed, library stamps, occasional foxing; Copeland, Thomas Observations on the symptoms and treatment of the diseased spine. London: J. Callow, 1815. 8vo, 3 engraved plates on 2 pages, modern blue cloth, some pages darkened, marginal dustsoiling; Jones, Philip An essay on crookedness or distortions of the spine... London: J. Johnson and T. Cadell, 1888. 5 plates (4 folding), 2 facsimile letters, some foxing; Bound with Copeland, Thomas

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Observations on the symptoms and treatment of the diseased spine; 8vo, contemporary half calf, rubbing to spine and boards, some foxing and slight marginal darkening, library stamps; Shaw, John On the nature and treatment of the distortions to which the spine and the bones of the chest are subject. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme..., 1823. 8vo, engraved frontispiece, modern cloth, darkening to first few pages, some darkening to margins, endpapers foxed, upper margin of pp.29-32 torn with no loss of text, library stamps; Hutchinson, William A dissertation on infanticide... London: John Souter, 1820. 8vo, original boards and label, boards soiled, label and spine worn, library stamps, torn endpaper, slight dust-soiling; Copeland, Thomas Observations on the principal diseases of the rectum and anus. London: J. Callow, 1814. 8vo, later half calf, slight rubbing to boards, foxing, library stamps; Hunter, John A treatise on the venereal disease. London: Sherwood, Neely amd Jones, 1810. 8vo, 6 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, some rubbing to boards and spine, slight foxing; Bancroft, Edward Nathaniel An essay on the disease called yellow fever... London: T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1811. 8vo, contemporary calf, later spine, gilt embossed stamp of Richmond Surgical Hospital to cover, covers rubbed, library stamps, occasional foxing; Armstrong, John Practical illustrations on the scarlet fever, measles and pulmonary consumption... London: Baldwin, Craddock and Joy, 1818. Second edition, 8vo, modern green cloth, library stamps, occasional foxing; Clarke, Sir Arthur An essay on warm, cold and vapour bathing... London: Henry Colburn, 1828. 12mo, original ? boards and label on spine, covers and label rubbed, some darkening and foxing; and 23 others; sold not subject to return (33) £300-400

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483 EZ825/778 Cloquet, Jules Anatomie de l’homme. Paris: C. de Lasteyrie, 1821. Folio, volumes 1, 4 and 5 (of 5), lithographed plates 1-56 and 187-300 only, a few with hand-colouring, a few laid down on linen, spotting, occasionally heavy, contemporary half roan, worn, volumes 4 and 5 lacking title, 3 plates with marginal repairs £200-300 484 EZ825/895 Cooper, Sir Astley Observations on the structure and diseases of the testis. London: John Churchill, 1841. Second edition (edited by Bransby B. Cooper), 4to, 24 hand-coloured plates, contemporary half-calf, spine and covers rubbed, spine soiled, RCSI library stamps to title and to page 5, some spotting £150-250 485 EZ825/850 Costa, Emanuel Mendes da Historia naturalis testaceorum Britanniae, or the British conchology. London: for the author, 1778. First edition, 4to, 17 hand-coloured plates, contemporary half calf, title very soiled and with strip torn away at head with some loss of text, lacks upper board £200-250 486 EZ825/829 Cotte, Louis Traité de météorologie. Paris: l’Imprimerie Royale, 1774. First edition, 4to, 14 plates, several folding, contemporary calf, RCSI library stamp to title, some dust-soiling, worn, covers almost detached £150-250 487 EZ825/849 Cotugno, Domenico De sedibus variolarum. Vienna: Rudolf Graeffer, 1771. 12mo, 1 engraved plate, errata leaf, contemporary half calf, RCSI library stamp on title, spotting, upper cover loose £100-150 488 EZ825/848 Crell, Lorenz Florenz Friedrich von Chemisches Archiv. Leipzig, 1783. Volume 2 only; Crell, L.F.F. von Neues Chemisches Archiv. Leipzig, 1784-86. 5 volumes in 3; Crell, L.F.F. von Chemische Annalen. Helmstadt & Leipzig, 1787-86. Volumes 1-2; Crell, L.F.F. von Die neuesten Entdeckungen in der Chemie. Leipzig, 1782-83. Volumes 7, 8 and 10 only; Crell, L.F.F. von Chemisches Journal. Leipzig, 1780. Volume 2 only; and another volume of ?Chemisches Annalen, lacking title, contemporary half calf, spotting, RCSI library stamp to titles, worn; sold not subject to return (11) £100-200

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489 EZ825/866 Créve, Carl Caspar Von den Krankheiten des Weiblichen Beckens. Berlin: C.F. Himburg, 1795. 4to, 11 folding engraved plates, original boards, RCSI library stamp to title, some spotting £150-200 490 EZ825/861 Cullen, William A treatise of the materia medica. Edinburgh: C. Elliott, 1789. First edition, 2 volumes, 4to, advertisement leaf, contemporary calf, RCSI library stamp on titles, worn, covers detached; [Idem] Lectures on the materia medica: containing the natural history of drugs. London: E. & C. Dilly; Edinburgh: A. Kincaid & J. Bell, 1770. 2 volumes, 4to, contemporary calf, RCSI library stamp on titles, spotting, worn; [Idem] Lectures on the materia medica. London: T. Lowndes, 1772. 4to, RCSI library stamp on title, contemporary calf, some spotting, worn, upper cover detached (5) £250-350 491 EZ825/889 Cuvier, Georges L.C. Recherches sur les ossemens fossiles... Paris: G. Dufour, 1821-1824. Third edition, 4to, 5 volumes in 7, 269 (of 271) engraved plates and 2 coloured maps (1 folding), contemporary half calf, several boards detached, rubbing, spines often chipped, foxing, RCSI library stamps (7) £300-500 492 EZ825/885 Darwin, Charles The various contrivances by which British and foreign orchids are fertilised by insects. London: John Murray, 1862. First edition, 12mo, folding plate, original? maroon cloth gilt by Edmonds and Remnants, London, a little rubbed, RCSI library stamps £200-300 493 EZ825/877 Dictionary - Murray, James, A.H., editor A new English dictionary on historical principles. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1888-1928. First edition, 10 volumes in 13, 4to, dark green half morocco, rubbed, volume 5 worn, R.C.S.I. library stamp on titles (13) £200-250

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494 EZ825/837 Dutch imprints - A quantity, including Alpinus, Prosperus De medicina methodica. Leiden: Boutesteinana, 1719. 4to, contemporary vellum, binding dust-soiled; Alpinus, Prosperus Medicina Aegyptiorum. Leiden: C. Boutestein, 1718. 4to, engraved plates, waterstained throughout, covers detached; Terraneo, Lorenzo De glandulis universim. Leiden: T. Haak, 1729. 8vo, 2 plates on one folding sheet, contemporary calf, plate torn without loss, dust-soiled; Swieten, G.L.B. van Commentari in Hermanni Boerhaave aphorismos. Leiden: J. & H. Verbeek, 1766-55. 5 volumes, 4to, calf, worn, covers detached; Petit, J.L. Description exacte des os. Leiden, 1709. 12mo, engraved frontispiece, calf, browning, lacks upper cover; Cranen, T. Oeconomia animalis. Amsterdam: J. Wolters, 1703. 8vo, contemporary calf, upper cover detached; Celsus, Aurelius C. De medicina libri octo. Leiden: J.A. Langerak, 1746. 8vo, engraved portrait, contemporary calf, covers detached; most with RCSI library stamp on title, some spotting or dust-soiling, most rubbed or worn; sold not subject to return £200-300 495 EZ825/828 Embalming - Sue, Jean Joseph Anthropotomie ou l’art d’injecter, de disséquer, d’embaumer et de conserver les parties du corps humain... second edition, revue & considérablement augmentée. Paris: P.G. Cavelier, 1765. 12mo, contemporary calf, RCSI library stamp to title, worn, upper cover detached £150-200 496 EZ825/826 European medicine, chiefly 18-19th century, including Oribasius Anatomica ex libris Galeni. Leiden: J.A. Langerack, 1735. 4to, boards detached; Morgagni, G.B. De sedibus et causis morrorum. Yverdun, 1779. 3 volumes, 4to, engraved portrait, contemporary calf, worn, most boards detached; Schreiber, J.F. Historiae vitae et meritorum Frederici Ruysch. Amsterdam: Janson-Waesberg, 1732. 4to, covers detached; Nuck, Antonio Operationes & experimenta chirurgica. Leiden: J.A. Langerak, 1714. 12mo, engraved frontispiece & 4 plates, calf, plates slightly cropped, lacks upper cover; Nuck, Antonio Sialographia et ductum aquosorum anatome nova. Leiden: S. Luchtmans, 1725. 8vo, 6 folding engraved plates, contemporary half calf, worn; Tralles, Balthasar L. Usus opii salubris et noxius. Bratislava, C.G. Meyer, 1757. 4 parts in 3 volumes, contemporary calf, three boards detached; Triller, Daniel W. Despensatorium pharmaceuticum universale. Frankfurt: F. Varrentrapp, 1764. 2 volumes, 4to, three boards detached; Triller, D.W. Anonymi introductio anatomica Gr. et Lat. Leiden: P. Bonk, 1744. 8vo, 3 engraved plates (2 printed recto and verso), calf, covers detached; Torti, Francesco Therapeutice specialis. Frankfurt & Leipzig, 1756. 4to, folding plate, contemporary calf, slight dampstaining, one cover detached; Paulli, Simon Quadripartitum botanicum. Frankfurt: G.H. Oehrling, 1708. 4to, slight browning, lacks upper board; Polisius, G.S. Myrrhologia seu myrrhae disquisitio curiosa. Nuremberg: W.M. Endter, 1688. 4to, half title defective, some browning, one board detached; Rega. H.J. Accurata medendi methodus. Cologne, 1765. 4to, [bound with] Matthiae, Georg Tractatus de philosophia medici. Goettingen, A. Vandenhoeck, 1740. 4to, calf, spotted, covers detached;

most with RCSI library stamp to title, some spotting and dust-soiling; and a quantity of others; sold not subject to return £300-400 497 EZ825/868 Fourcroy, Antoine Francois de A chemical system of chemical knowledge. London: Cadell &c., 1804. 11 volumes, 8vo, original boards, uncut, RCSI library stamp on titles, lacking the folio of Synoptic tables, spines worn, a few detached £100-150 498 EZ825/888 Franklin, John Narrative of a second expedition to the shores of the Polar sea... London: John Murray, 1828. London: John Murray, 1828. First edition, 4to, engraved frontispiece and 29 (of 30) plates, 6 folding maps (one coloured in outline), contemporary half calf, upper cover detached, rubbed, RCSI library stamps, some spotting Note: Abbey Travel (636) calls for 31 plates and 6 folding maps, however Sabin (26228) calls for 7 folding maps. £150-250 499 EZ825/838 French medicine, mainly 18th century, including Arnaud de Ronsil, George Mémoires de chirurgie, Londres & Paris, 1768. 2 volumes, 4to, 24 erratically numbered plates (complete), some folding, recent half calf, uncut, half-titles, intermittent dampstaining, RCSI library stamp on titles; Tenon, Jacques R. Mémoires sur les hôpitaux de Paris. Paris: P.D. Pierres, 1788. 4to, 15 folding engraved plates, 2 folding tables, calf, lacks spine and lower board; Courtial, J.J. Nouvelles observations anatomiques sur les os. Paris: L. d’Hourny, 1705. 12mo, contemporary calf, worn, upper cover detached; Courcelles, D.C. Manuel des operations les plus ordinaires de la chirurgie. Brest: R. Malassis, 1756. 8vo, contemporary calf, browned, worn; Hautesierck, Richard de Recueil d’observations de médecine des hôpitaux militaires. Paris: l’Imprimerie Royale, 1766. 4to, volume 1 only, contemporary calf, worn; Cuvier, Baron Rapport historique sur les progres des sciences naturelles depuis 1789. Paris: l’Imprimerie Impériale, 1810. 4to, half calf, covers detached; all with RCSI library stamp on title, some spotting, occasional dust-soiling, most rubbed or worn; sold not subject to return £300-400 500 EZ825/825 French medicine, mainly 19th century, a quantity, including Charcot Nouvelle iconographie de la Salpetrière. Paris, 1888-91. 4 volumes, 8vo, plates, contemporary half morocco, volume 1 dampstained, worn; [Simon, M.] Collection de différentes pieces concernant la chirurgie. Paris: le Breton, 1761. 4 volumes in one, 12mo, contemporary half calf, worn; Robert, L.J.M. Guide sanitaire des gouvernemens Européens. Paris, 1826. 8vo, 22 hand-coloured lithographed plates, half calf, covers detached, lacks spine; all with RCSI library stamp on title, some spotting, most bindings rubbed, worn and/or dust-soiled; and a quantity of similar volumes; sold not subject to return £300-400

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501 EZ825/824 French, natural history, science & miscellaneous books, a quantity, including Duhamel, Jean Baptiste Regiae Scientiarum Academiae historia. Paris: J.B. Delespine, 1701. Second edition, 4to, diagrams, contemporary calf, spotting, worn; Turpin, M.P. Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles. Planches. Paris, 1816-29. 5 volumes, 8vo, plate volumes only [3 zoology, 2 botany], half calf, slight spotting or discolouration, bindings detached; Tourreil, Jacques de Oeuvres. Paris: Brunet, 1721. 2 volumes, 4to, engraved portrait, folding map, contemporary calf, three covers detached; Tessier, l’abbé Traité des maladies des grains. Paris, 1783. 8vo, 6 folding plates, lacking wrappers, title soiled, frayed and with small hole affecting two letters, stitching broken; most with RCSI library stamp on title, spotting, some dust-soiling; Dumas, Jean Traité de chimie, appliquée aux arts. Paris, 1828-35. Volumes 1-5 only (of 9), original wrappers, volume 5 lacks wrappers, some dust-soiling; all with RCSI library stamp on title, some spotting and dust-soiling, some rubbed or worn; and others, similar; sold not subject to return £300-400 502 EZ825/882 Fée, Antoine Laurent Apollinaire Essai sur les cryptogames des écorces exotiques officinales. Paris: Firmin Didot Père et Fils, 1824. 4to, 34 plates (33 hand-coloured), contemporary half-calf, covers and corners rubbed, spine faded, some foxing and marginal darkening to text, RCSI library stamps £400-500 503 EZ825/819 German medicine, a quantity, mainly 19th century, including Bischoff, T.L.W. Entwicklungsgeschichte des Hunde-Eies. Braunschweig, 1845. 4to, 15 lithographed plates, morocco, some spotting, worn; Luschka, Hubert Die Adergeflechte des Menschlichen Gehirnes. Berlin, 1855. 4to, 4 plates, 3 hand-coloured, original boards, some dampstaining, rubbed; Heusinger, Carl Friedrich Specimen malae conformationis orgnaorum auditus humani. Jena, 1824. Folio, 3 engraved plates, original wrappers, plates spotted and loose, spine worn; covers detached; Gudden, Bernard von Experimental-Untersuchungen über das Schaedelwachsthum. Munich, 1874. 4to, 11 plates, original clothbacked boards, binding worn and soiled; Siton, J.B. Miscellanea medico curiosa. Cologne, J.W. Friessem, 1677. 4to, contemporary calf, cover detached; Braune, W. & A. Trübiger Die venen der Meschlichen Hand. Leipzig, 1873. 4to, plates, quarter cloth, some spotting, rubbed; Rüdinger, Dr. Die anatomie der Menschlichen Gehirn-Nerven. Munich, 1868. 8vo, 13 plates, original quarter cloth, worn, most with RCSI stamp on titles, spotting; Knoblauch, Alexander De neuromate et gangliis accessoriis veris. Frankfurt, 1843. 4to., 4 folding plates, morocco; Froriep, August Die Lagebezhiehungen zwischen Grosshirn

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und Schädeldach. Leipzig, 1897. Large folio, plates, original quarter cloth, boards dust-soiled; Andersch, C.S. Tracatio anatomicophysiologica de nervis humani corporis aliquibus. Königsberg: A. Fasch, 1787. 8vo, 2 folding plates, disbound, uncut, title soiled; Welhof, Paul Gottlieb Opera medica. Hannover: Fratrum Helwingiorum, 1775. 4to, engraved frontispiece portrait, contemporary calf, worn, upper cover detached; and many others, all with RCSI library stamp on title, most spotted, some dust-soiling, bindings worn or rubbed; sold not subject to return (a quantity) £500-800 504 EZ825/822 German, natural history, science & miscellaneous, including Carus, Carl Gustav Von den Ur-theilen des knochen- und Schalengerüustes. Leipzig, 1828. Folio, 12 engraved plates, original boards, spotted, rubbed; Weber, Ernst Heinrich De aure et auditu hominis et animalium. Leipzig, 1820. 4to, part 1 only, 10 plates, half calf, covers detached; Rathke, Heinrich Anatomisch-philosophische Untersuchungen über den Kiemenapparat und das Zungenbein der Wirbelthiere. Riga & Dorpat, 1832. 4to, 4 plates, half cloth, slight dampstaining; Carus, Carl Gustav Von den Äussern Lebendsbedingungen der Weiss- und Kaltblütigen Thiere. Leipzig: G. Fleischer, 1824. 4to, 2 plates, one hand-coloured, original boards, slight dampstaining in upper margin; Bartels, C.M.N. Beiträge zur Physiologie des Gesichtssinnes. Berlin: G. Reimer, 1834. 4to, 3 hand-coloured folding plates, original boards, title spotted; Barkow, J.C.L. Monstra animalium duplicia. Leipzig: L. Voss, 1828. 4to, volume 1 only, 15 engraved plates, original boards; Barkow, J.C.L. Disquisitiones circa originem et decursum arteriarum mammalium. Leipzig: L. Voss, 1829. 4to, 4 hand-coloured engraved plates, original boards, rubbed; Schlotheim, von Versteinerungen aus v. Schlotheim’s Sammlung. Gotha: Beckersche Buchandlung, [c.1820]. 2 volumes, plate volumes only, engraved plates, original wrappers, wrappers detached and worn; Wolff, Christian Benjamin Antiphlogistische Anmerkungen. Berlin: H.A. Rottmann, 1791. 8vo, contemporary half calf, upper cover detached; RCSI library stamp on titles, most somewhat rubbed or worn; and others, similar; sold not subject to return (quantity) £500-700 505 EZ825/803 Glandorp, Matthias Opera omnia. London: F. Gyles, C. Davis & A. Veandenhoeck, 1729. 4to, 4 parts in one volume, title printed in red and black, 5 engraved plates, contemporary calf, RCSI library stamp on title, title slightly dust-soiled, covers detached £200-250

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508 EZ825/892 Guerin-Meneville, Felix Edouard Iconographie du règne animal. Paris: [N.p.], [n.d., 1829-1844?] 4to, 2 plate volumes only (no text volume), 2 portraits, 447 hand-coloured plates (plate 63 of insects and plates 31 and 69 of fish lacking), contemporary half-calf, many plates laid-down, spines faded, covers and spines rubbed, RCSI library stamps, occasional spotting and dust-soiling, mainly to endpapers £500-700 509 EZ825/843 Haase, Johann Gottlob De vasis cutis et intestinorum. Leipzig: J. Frederick junior, 1786. Folio, title vignette, 5 uncoloured engraved plates including outline plate of plate 2, contemporary half calf, RCSI library blindstamps, spotting, slightly rubbed £200-300 510 EZ825/784 Hales, Stephen Statical essays. London: W. Innys, 1731-33. 2 volumes, 8vo, second edition of volume 1, first edition of volume 2, 19 engraved plates, contemporary calf, dampstain to lower margin of volume 1, first two gatherings volume 2 loose, RCSI library stamp on titles, rebacked £200-250 511 EZ825/841 Haller, Albrecht von Iconum anatomicarum. Goettingen: A. Vandenhoeck, 1743-56. Large folio, 8 parts in one volume, titles printed in red and black, 8 (of 47) plates, old half calf, title frayed and with library stamp, some spotting, RCSI stamp on first title, lacks upper cover, lower board detached; sold not subject to return £150-250 513

506 EZ825/807 Gluge, Gottlieb Atlas der Pathologischen Anatomie. Jena: von Friedrich Mauke, 184350. Folio, 2 volumes, 4 folding tables, 103 lithographed or engraved plates, mostly hand-coloured, RCSI library stamp to titles, contemporary half calf, spotted, rubbed, upper joint splitting; sold not subject to return £300-400 507 EZ825/804 Goeze, Johann August Ephraim Versuch einer Naturgeschichte der eingewiedewürmer thierischer körper. Blankenburg: P.A. Pape, 1782. 4to, 44 folding engraved plates, original blue boards, RCSI library stamps to title, a few spots, lacks spine, upper board detached £200-250

512 EZ825/786 Hand-coloured engravings - Buffon, G.L.M.L., comte de Histoire naturelle, génerale et particulière des plantes. Paris: F. Dufart, an x. Volumes 1-6 part 1 and 7-11; Oiseaux. Volumes 1-22; Mollusques. Volume 6 only; Crustacés et des insectes. 14 volumes; Quadrupèdes. Volumes 32-36, 8vo, numerous engraved plates in two states, one set printed in colour, some finished by hand, calf, plate margins slightly discoloured, many boards detached, some spines lacking (34) £200-300 513 EZ825/806 Hand-coloured engravings - Cuvier, Georges L.C., Baron The animal kingdom, with additional descriptions .. by Edward Griffith. London: G.B. Whittaker, 1827-34. 17 volumes including index, large 8vo, numerous engraved plates, some hand-coloured, green half morocco, uncut, worn; with an additional uniform volume, also numbered ‘10’ on spine (Pidgeon, Edward: The fossil remains of the animal kingdom, 1830), (18); sold not subject to return £300-400

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515 EZ825/869 Hippocrates Hippocratis medicorum omnium facile principis, opera. Geneva: S. Chouet, 1657. Folio, 1 volume bound in 2, calf, worn, two covers detached; Courtin, Germain Les oeuvres anatomiques et chirurgicales. Rouen: F. Vaultier & L. de Mesnil, 1656. Folio, contemporary calf, worn; Rivière, Lazare Opera medica universa. Lyon: A. & J. Posuel, 1698. Folio, title printed in red and black, slight marginal worming, contemporary calf, upper cover detached; Zacchia, Paolo Quaestionum medico-legalium. Lyon: A. & J. Possuel, 1701. 3 volumes in 2, titles printed in red and black, original vellum; Morgagni, G.B. Opuscula miscellanea. Venice, 1763. Volume 1 only, folio, 3 engraved plates, calf, covers detached; all with RCSI library stamp on titles, all spotted, some dust-soiling, all calf, worn; sold not subject to return (7) £200-300

514 514 EZ825/870 Hedwig, Johann Fundamentum historiae naturalis muscorum frondosorum. Leipzig: S.L. Crusius, 1782. First edition, 2 volumes in one, 4to, 20 handcoloured plates, original boards, uncut, some spotting of text, RCSI library stamps to text only, worn, upper cover detached £300-400

516 EZ825/846 Hoffmann, Friedrich Opera omnia physico-medica. Geneva: F. de Tournes, 1748-49. 6 volumes in 3, and 2 supplementary volumes in 1, folio, engraved portrait, contemporary calf, spotting, worn, several covers detached, RCSI library stamp on titles; Ettmuller, Michael Opera medica theorico-practica. Geneva: F. de Tournes, 1736. 4 volumes, folio, contemporary calf, spotting and discolouration, very worn, some covers detached (8) £150-250 517 EZ825/844 Hooke, Robert The posthumous works. London: S. Smith & B. Walford, 1705. Folio, 15 plates, some folding, contemporary calf, RCSI library blindstamps to plates and text, spotting, occasional browning and dust-soiling, worn, title and covers detached £400-600

518 EZ825/876 India - Fayrer, J. The thanatophidia of India being a description of the venemous snakes of the Indian peninsula. London: J. & A. Churchill, 1872. First edition, large folio, presentation copy inscribed on half title “WIth Dr. Fayrer’s compliments”, RCSI library stamp on title and several leaves of text, 31 plates, 28 chromolithographed, 2 double-page, original red cloth, slightly spotted, hinges weak £500-800

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519 EZ825/847 James, Robert A medicinal dictionary. London: T. Osborne, 1743-45. Large folio, 3 volumes, 57 (of 63) plates on 32 sheets, many folding, contemporary calf, spotting, especially to titles, RCSI library stamp to titles, titles loose, very worn, covers detached £200-300

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520 EZ825/879 Jobert de Lamballe, Antoine de Traité de chirurgie plastique. Paris: J.B. Baillière, 1849. Folio, 18 engraved plates, 17 coloured, original boards, upper cover detached, covers soiled, some foxing to initial pages, dust-soiling to several plates, R.C.S.I. library stamps, some in blind £500-800 521 EZ825/845 Joerdens, Johann Heinrich Descriptio nervi ischiadici iconibus illustrata. Erlangen: Wolfgang Walther, 1788. Folio, engraved title vignette, 5 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, RCSI library stamps, spotting £200-300 522 EZ825/812 King, Phillip Parker Narrative of a survey of the intertropical and western coasts of Australia. Performed between the years 1818 and 1822. London: John Murray, 1827. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, 13 plates, 1 (of 2) folding charts (lacks chart of Port Cockburn, vol.2), illustrations, contemporary half calf, RCSI library stamp to titles, some spotting and minor dust-soiling, lacks half-titles, slightly rubbed £200-300 523 EZ825/867 Lecoq, Henri Vues et coupes des principales formations géologiques du département du Puy-de-Dome. Paris: Levrault, 1830. 2 volumes including atlas, 8vo and oblong 4to, 31 hand-coloured lithographed plates, some double page, original boards, some spotting of text, RCSI library stamps to titles, boards soiled, one spine lacking; [Idem] Itinéraire du départment du Puy-de-Dome. Paris, 1831. 8vo, folding map, original wrappers, spotted, wrappers soiled; [Idem] Elémens, de géographie physique et de météorologie. Paris, 1836. 8vo, 4 plates, original wrappers, spotting, rubbed, wrappers detached; all with RCSI stamp to titles; sold not subject to return (4) £150-250 524 EZ825/775 Linnaeus, Carolus Philosophia botanica. Vienna: J.T. Trattner, 1755. 2nd edition, 8vo, [iv; 364] 9 plates and 2 woodcuts, contemporary panelled calf, rebound retaining covers, slight browning, upper board detached, inscription on initial blank “John Innys, 1767 Redland Court, Glouc.” £200-300 525 EZ825/890 Lister, Martin Historia sive synopsis methodica conchyliorum., edited by L.W. Dillwyn. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1823. Third edition, folio, engraved plates, contemporary half calf, title and second leaf badly torn, some spotting and offsetting, some RCSI library blindstamps, very worn, covers detached, lacking plates 89, 164, 195-196, 222, 923 £400-600

526 EZ825/881 Lizars, John A system of anatomical plates of the human body. Edinburgh: W.H. Lizars, [n.d., 1822-27] Folio, engraved title, 101 engraved plates, 14 hand-coloured, half-calf, covers detached and rubbed with some marbled paper torn, a little marginal dust-soiling and spotting, RCSI library stamps £300-400 527 EZ825/835 Lyonet, Pierre Recherches sur l’anatomie et les métamorphoses de différentes espèces d’insectes. Paris: J.B. Baillière, 1832. 4to, 54 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, some spotting, RCSI library stamp to title, slight marginal discolouration; sold not subject to return £200-300 528 EZ825/818 Maygrier, Jacques Pierre Nouvelles démonstrations d’accouchemens. Paris: Bechet, 1822. Folio, portrait and 72 (of 80) plates, some hand-coloured, lacking plates 6,9,29,35,57-58 and apparently 69-72, but with two plates probably misnumbered “67” and “68”, old half calf, entirely disbound, spotting, repairs to some plates, mostly marginal, contents leaf with loss, RCSI stamp to title; sold not subject to return £150-250 529 EZ825/823 Medical tracts - The Sydenham Society and The New Sydenham Society, a large collection c. 90 volumes, 8vo, original blue cloth gilt or brown cloth gilt, a few slightly rubbed, c.1840-1880 £400-500 530 EZ825/871 Müller, Johannes Ueber den feinern Bau und die Formen der krankhaften Geschwülste. Berlin: G. Reimer, 1838. Folio, 4 engraved plates, one hand-coloured, contemporary half calf, RCSI library stamp on title, rather spotted, marginal tear to one plate, rubbed £300-500 531 EZ825/842 Norway - Gunner, Johann Ernst Flora Norvegica. Pars prior. Trondheim &Copenhagen: Pelt, 1766. First edition, part 1 only, 3 engraved plates, original boards, uncut, spotting, RCSI library stamp on title, worn, wormhole on title with loss of a letter £100-200

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532 EZ825/809 Owen, Capt. William Fitzwilliam Narrative of voyages to explore the shores of Africa, Arabia and Madagascar, performed in H.M Ships Leven and Barracouta. London: Richard Bentley, 1838. 2 volumes, 8vo, 4 folding maps (torn without loss), 5 lithographed plates, illustrations, some spotting, contemporary half calf, RCSI library blindstamp to titles, errata slip, covers detached £200-250 533 EZ825/802 Pallas, Peter Simon Travels through the southern provinces of the Russian Empire in the years 1793 and 1794. London: John Stockdale, 1812. Second edition, 4to, 2 volumes, 5 folding maps, 22 hand-coloured vignettes and 5 other plates (of 52), contemporary half calf, spines and boards rubbed, labels chipped, occasional foxing; [Idem] Voyages de M.P.S. Pallas... Paris: Maradan, 1793. 4to, volumes 2, 5 and 6 only, 103 plates and 5 maps, contemporary half calf, spines and covers rubbed, joints splitting, part of spine on volume 2 chipped away, covers of volume 2 detached, volume 6 lacking upper cover, lower cover detached, plate 1 lacking, title defective; sold not subject to return (5) £300-400 534 EZ825/815 Pettigrew, Thomas Joseph A history of Egyptian mummies, and an account of the worship and embalming of the sacred animals by the Egyptians. London: Longman &c., 1834. First edition, 4to, list of subscribers, 13 engraved or lithographed plates, 4 hand-coloured, one with 1cm. burn-hole, spotting, contemporary half calf, RCSI library stamp on title, rubbed £200-250 535 EZ825/808 Pinkerton, John A general collection of the best and most interesting voyages and travels in all parts of the world. London: Longman &c., 1808-14. 16 (of 17) volumes, 4to, engraved plates, folding maps, contemporary half calf, some spotting, worn, many covers detached; sold not subject to return £200-300 536 EZ825/814 Ray Society Publications - Huxley, Thomas Henry The oceanic hydrozoa. 1859. 12 plates; Allman, G.J. A monograph of the fresh-water polyzoa. 1856. 11 plates; McIntosh, W.C. A monograph of the British annelids. 1873-74. 2 volumes, 23 plates, some chromolithographed, some dampstained in inner margin; Sclater, P.S. Nitzsch’s pterylography. 1877. 10 plates; Allman, G.J. A monograph of the gymnoblastic or tubularian hydroids. 1872. 2 volumes, 23 plates, part 2 binding split; Blackwall, John A history of the spiders of Great Britain and Ireland. 1861-64. 2 volumes, 29 handcoloured plates, spine worn; Brown, Robert The miscellaneous botanical works. Volume 3 [Atlas of plates] only. 1868. 38 plates; Flower, W.H., (editor) Recent memoirs on the cetacea by Professors Eschricht, Reinhardt and Lilljeborg. 1866. 6 plates; Parker, W.K. A

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monograph on the structure and development of the shoulder-girdle and sternum in the vertebrara. 1868. 30 plates, lacks upper wrapper; Williamson, W.C. On the recent foraminifera of Great Britain. 1858. 7 plates; Carpenter, W.B. Introduction to the study of the foraminifera. 1862. 22 plates; all folio, original cloth-backed boards, paper label on upper covers, RCSI library stamp to titles, some also with blindstamps, all spotted to some degree, occasional dust-soiling, some spines worn, a couple of covers detached; sold not subject to return (14) £300-400 537 EZ825/813 Rennell, Major James A treatise on the comparative geography of western Asia. London: C.J.G. & F. Rivington, 1831. 2 volumes, 8vo, (lacking the folio atlas), original cloth, head of spines worn, slight spotting, several library blindstamps £150-250 538 EZ825/801 Respiration and Pulmonary Diseases Ellis, Daniel Farther inquiries into the changes induced on atmospheric air by the germination of seeds... Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1811. 8vo, contemporary half calf, joints cracked, rubbed, library stamps, some darkening and spotting to pages; Hastings, John On the special treatment of pulmonary consumption and whooping cough. London: Samuel Highley, 1854. 8vo, coloured frontispiece, contemporary gilt cloth, joints cracked, some fading to spine and covers, some spotting; Hastings, Charles A treatise on in inflammation of the mucous membrane of the lungs. London: T. & G. Underwood, 1820. 8vo, modern half calf, occasional foxing, library stamps; Scudamore, Sir Charles Cases illustrating and confirming the remedial power of the inhalation of iodine and conium in tubercular phthisis. London: Longman [&c.], 1834. 8vo, original boards and label, upper cover detached, very slight occasional dustsoiling; Baron, John Illustrations of the enquiry respecting tuberculous diseases. London: T. and G. Underwood, 1822. First edition, 8vo, contemporary half calf, covers detached, spine lacking, occasional foxing, plates lacking, library stamps; Badham, Charles An essay on bronchitis... London: J. Callow, 1814. 8vo, original boards(?), covers detached, library stamps; Bostock, John An essay on respiration. Liverpool: J. McCreery, 1804. 8vo, one engraved plate, contemporary tree calf, upper cover detached, lower joint split, some spotting, tears to a few pages with loss of several words on p.161; and 4 others; sold not subject to return (11) £200-300 539 EZ825/873 Saunders, John Cummingham The anatomy of the human ear. London: R. Phillips, 1806. First edition, large folio, 4 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, RCSI library stamp to 2 plates, title, and text, one plate with marginal tear, rather spotted, worn, upper cover detached £300-400

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540 EZ825/874 Scarpa, Antonio Réflexions et observations anatomico-chirurgicales sur l’anéurisme. Paris: Méquignon-Marvis, 1813. First edition, folio, 18 engraved plates including 5 outline plates, contemporary half calf, RCSI library stamp on title, rather spotted, extremities rubbed £200-300 541 EZ825/820 Seaweed - Torquay - Wyatt, Mary Algae Danmonienses, or dried specimens of marine plants, principally collected in Devonshire, carefully named according to Dr. Hooker’s British Flora. Torquay: Cockrem, Printer and Stationer, [1834-40]. 4 volumes, 4to, without supplement, 206 (of 207) numbered specimens [comprising numbers 1-201, with additional plates numbered 17, 24, 83, 110, 74b and 158b, but with specimen 170 lacking], mounted on paper sheets pasted to page or attached with paper strips, RCSI blindstamps to titles and many leaves, original roan-backed limp boards, some spotting and occasional dust-soiling, some show through to titles, rubbed Note: A rare work, “prepared and sold by Mary Wyatt, dealer in shells, Torquay, by whom only, orders are received, post-paid”. Apart from the missing specimen 170 and some spotting and occasional dustsoiling this appears to be a good copy, with virtually no damage to the specimens. Each leaf has a printed numbered caption on a small slip pasted in at the foot of the page, with the Latin name, reference to Hooker’s British Flora and Grev. Algae Britannicae, and a note as to the rock type it was found on, location found, and rarity. There are two and occasionally three examples of the smaller specimens pasted onto each leaf. The Earl of Perth’s copy [Christie’s 20 Nov. 2003] had a supplement, not present here, with a further 32 specimens representing 29 species on 29 leaves. £1,500-2,000 542 EZ825/779 Slare, Frederick Experiments and observations upon oriental and other Bezoarstones. London, 1715. First edition, 8vo, half-title, advertisement leaf at end, contemporary calf, spotted, covers detached, library stamp on title £200-300 543 EZ825/780 Smith, Robert A compleat system of opticks. Cambridge: for the author, 1738. First edition, 4to, 2 volumes, 83 folding plates, errata and advertisement leaf, contemporary calf, spotting or slight discolouration to plate margins, titles dust-soiled and with RCSI library stamp, worn, two covers detached, [Wellcome Library Record No: 2706279] £400-600

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544 EZ825/875 Stanley, Edward Illustrations of the effects of disease and injury of the bones. London: Longman &c., 1849. First edition, folio, 20 hand-coloured lithographed plates, RCSI library stamp on title, one plate and plate versos, original brown embossed cloth, contents loose, rubbed Note: Rare. £300-400 545 EZ825/781 Swieten, Gerard van - Herman Boerhaave The commentaries upon the aphorisms of Dr Herman Boerhaave. London: 1759-73. 18 volumes, 8vo, worn, many covers detached; Swieten, Gerard van An abridgement of Baron Van Swieten’s commentaries upon the aphorisms. London: R. Horsfield, 1773-75. 5 volumes bound in 4, 8vo, calf, some covers detached, some RCSI library stamps (22) £150-250 546 EZ825/830 Tarin, Pierre Ostéo-graphie, ou description des os de l’adulte, du foetus &c. Paris: Briasson, 1753. First edition, 4to, complete with 61 engraved plates (1-9, 1-6 and 8-9, with 6 marked in ink “& VII”, 1-40 with 27-28 on one folding leaf, and 24B, 25B, 26B and 35B), half calf, several RCSI library stamps to text, spine rubbed and textblock split, one plate repaired, slight discolouration to some inner margins, title slightly spotted; sold not subject to return Note: Although there is no plate 7, it is clear from the plate list that plate 6 is plate 6 and 7 combined. Other copies have the same collation. £200-300

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547 EZ825/840 Tenon, Jacques Réné Mémoires sur les hôpitaux de Paris. Paris: P.D. Pierres, 1788. First edition, 4to, half-title, 15 folding plates, 2 folding tables, modern half calf, uncut, slightly spotted, no library stamps £300-400 548 EZ825/865 Thompson, Thomas An historical, critical and practical treatise of the gout. London, 1740. 4to, contemporary half calf, cover detached; Rufus, of Ephesus De vesicae renumque morbis. London: J. Clarke, 1726. 4to, calf, text block split, covers detached; Douglas, G. An anatomical exposition of the structure of the human body. London, 1749. 2 volumes in one, 4to, 4 folding plates, crudely repaired, half calf, worn, cover detached; Harwood, B. A system of comparative anatomy and physiology. Cambridge, 1796. Volume 1, 4to, 15 plates, original wrappers, spotted, wrapper detached; Whytt, Robert The works. Edinburgh, 1768. 4to, contemporary half calf, lacks text after p.762, covers detached; Ramazzini, B. Opera omnia. London, 1717. 4to, 4 (of 5) plates, contemporary calf, cover detached, worn; White, Charles An account of the regular gradation in man. London: C. Dilly, 1799. First edition, 4to, 4 plates, 3 folding, later half calf; all with RCSI library stamp to titles, spotting and dust-soiling, bindings worn; sold not subject to return (8) £200-300

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549 EZ825/805 Tiedemann, Friedrich; Treviranus, Gottfried Reinhold and Treviranus, Ludolph Christian Zeitschrift für Physiologie. Heidelberg: A. Osswald, 1824-32. Volumes 1-4 (of 5), 72 engraved or lithographed plates, some folding, contemporary half calf, spotting, worn, RCSI library stamp to titles (4) £200-250 550 EZ825/827 Tolet, François Traité de la lithotomie. Paris: F. H. Muguet. Fifth edition, 8vo, engraved portrait, 18 plates (one pasted onto the verso of plate at p.187), contemporary calf, rubbed, covers detached, RCSI library stamp at foot of title, inscription “ex dono authoris Bruxelles, Julii 27, 1708” on front endpaper £100-200 551 EZ825/782 Tournefort, Pitton de Relation d’un voyage du Levant. Paris: L’Imprimerie Royale, 1717. 2 volumes, 4to, 150 engraved plates and maps (of 153), nineteenth century calf, some spotting, some marginal dust-soiling, plate 4 vol.1 torn without loss, worn, beginning of volume 2 dampstained, library stamp on titles, 3 covers detached £300-400

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552 EZ825/785 Townson, Robert Travels in Hungary, with a short account of Vienna in the year 1793. London: G.G. & J. Robinson, 1797. First edition, 4to., 16 plates, handcoloured folding map, calf, some spotting, library stamp on title, worn, lacks lower board £150-250 553 EZ825/783 Trembley, Abraham Mémoires pour servir à l’histoire d’un genre de polpyes d’eau douce. Leide: J. & H. Verbeek, 1744. First edition, 4to., 13 folding plates, contemporary calf, some spotting, first gathering loose, title page dust-soiled and with RCSI library stamp, worn, one cover detached £150-200 554 EZ825/862 United States Medicine — nineteenth century works, including Smith, Nathan R. Surgical anatomy of the arteries. Baltimore: W.R. Lucas & R.N. Wight, 1835. 4to, 18 hand-coloured lithographed plates, original cloth, worn, some browning; Chapman, N. Elements of therapeutics and materia medica. Philadelphia: H.C. Carey & I. Lea, 1823-24. 2 volumes, 8vo, calf, worn, covers detached; Gluge, Gottlieb Atlas of pathological histology. Philadelphia: Blanchard and Lea, 1853. Folio, 12 plates, a few partly hand-coloured, original cloth, worn; Jackson, J.B.S. A descriptive catalogue of the Warren anatomical museum. Boston: A. Williams, 1870. 8vo, photographic frontispiece, original cloth, slight discolouration, worn; Larrey, Dominique Observations on wounds... Philadelphia: Key, Mielke & Biddle, 1832. 8vo, 2 plates, calf, covers detached; Bernard, C. Illustrated manual of operative surgery and surgical anatomy. New York, 1855. 8vo, numerous hand-coloured engraved plates, green half morocco, rubbed; Bourgery, D.M.P. A treatise on lesser surgery. New York, 1834. 8vo, original cloth, worn; Harris, C.A. The principles and practice of dental surgery. Philadelphia: Lindsay & Blakiston, 1855. Sixth edition, 8vo, illustrations, calf, worn; Sequard, E.B. Researches on epilepsy. Boston, 1857. 8vo, quarter calf; Brown-Sequard, C.E. Course of lectures on the physiology and pathology of the central nervous system. Philadelphia, 1860. 8vo, 3 plates, original cloth, lacks spine; Morel, C. Compendium of human histology. New York, 1861. 8vo, 28 plates, original cloth; Hammond, W.A. A treatise on hygiene. Philadelphia, 1863. 8vo, illustrations, original cloth, rubbed; Flint, Austin Contributions relating to the causation and prevention of disease. New York, 1867. 8vo, original cloth; Gross, S.D. Lives of eminent American physicians and surgeons. Philadelphia, 1861. 8vo, original cloth, worn, cover detached; Hammond, W.A. Military medical and surgical essays. Philadelphia, 1864. 8vo, original cloth; McCallum, Brig. Gen. D.C. Reports. Part 2 only. Washington, 1866. 8vo, original cloth; Navy Department Report on yellow fever in the U.S.S. Plymouth in 1878-9. Washington, 1880. 8vo, plates, original cloth; [Larochefoucauld-Liancourt, F.A.F. de] Des prisons de Philadelphie, par un Européen. Paris, 1819. 4th edition, wrappers, worn, wrapper detached; Mitchell, S.W. Injuries of nerves and their consequences. Philadelphia, 1872. 8vo, original cloth; and 3 others (23) £300-400

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555 EZ825/880 Wenzel, Carl Über die krankheiten am Rückgrathe. Bamberg: Wilhelm Ludwig Wesche, 1824. Folio, 8 engraved plates, original? boards, covers detached, library stamps, foxing and dust-soiling, plates detached from text block £200-300 556 EZ825/855 Wenzel, Michael Johann Baptist Traité de la cataracte. Paris: P.J. Duplain, 1781. 8vo, folding plates, contemporary green morocco, RCSI library blindstamps, spotting, slightly rubbed £150-200

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557 EZ825/859 Wepfer, Johann Jakob Observationes medico-practicae, de affectibus capitis internis & externis. Schaffhausen, 1727. 4to, engraved title vignette, portrait frontispiece and one plate, contemporary calf, RCSI library stamp on title, worn, upper cover detached £200-300 558 EZ825/860 Wepfer, Johann Jakob Historia cicutae aquaticae. Basle: Ex officina Escopiana, 1716. 4to, engraved frontispiece, 4 full-page woodcuts, contemporary calf, RCSI library stamp to title and frontispiece, spotted, upper cover detached £150-250 559 EZ825/857 White, Gilbert The natural history and antiquities of Selborne. London: B. White & Son, 1789. First edition, 4to., folding frontispiece, 2 engraved title vignettes and 6 plates, errata leaf, twentieth century half calf, RCSI library stamp on title, frontispiece torn, repaired and soiled, plates dampstained or spotted, title dust-soiled £200-300 560 EZ825/853 Withering, William An account of the foxglove. Birmingham: for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, 1785. First edition, 2nd issue, folding plate with largest leaf pointing to right and without the artist’s name, half-title, modern half calf, RCSI library stamps on title, plate torn, repaired and soiled, b3 margin torn, slight spotting and dust-soiling £1,000-1,500 561 EZ825/864 Withering, William An account of the scarlet fever and sore throat, or scarlatina anginosa. Birmingham: G.G. & J. Robinson, 1793. Second edition, 8vo, original wrappers, uncut, wrappers dust-soiled and frayed, one loose, RCSI library stamps on title, some margins dust-soiled or creased, “Withering” written on upper wrapper £300-500 562 EZ825/854 Wolff, Christian Friedrich Theoria generationis.. editio nova aucta et emendata. Halle: C. Hendel, 1774. 8vo, 2 folding engraved plates, original wrappers, uncut, RCSI library stamp to title, some spotting Note: Second edition of Wolff’s important work on embryology, first published 1759 as the author’s inaugural dissertation. £200-300

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563 EZ825/811 Woodville, William Medical botany, containing systematic and general descriptions with plates of all the medicinal plants. London: W. Phillips, 1810. Second edition, 4 volumes, 4to., 274 hand-coloured engraved plates (lacking plate 142 but with plate 181 bis), two plates and relevant text misbound; contemporary half roan, uncut, RCSI library stamp to titles and several other leaves, some spotting and offsetting, occasional light dust-soiling; sold not subject to return ÂŁ200-300

564 EZ825/856 Zinn, Johann Gottfried Descriptio anatomica oculi humani iconibus illustrata. Goettingen: Abraham Vandenhoeck, 1780. 4to, 7 folding plates, contemporary half calf, RCSI library stamp on title, spotting, worn ÂŁ150-250 END OF SALE

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Index

Aesop, 92 Ainsley, J., 266 Albinus, B.S., 458-461 Aldini, J., 462 Almack, E., 130 Ammon, F.A. von, 463 Amundsen, R., 366 Andersen, H.C., 345 Andry de Boisregard, N., 464, 465 Anoux, C.A., 96 Apian, P., 58 Aristo, L., 220 Aristotle, 93 Armstrong, J., 479 Armstrong, R., 439 Armstrong, W., 289 Ave-Lallemant, R., 424 Ayers, J., 38 Ayrton, M., 37 Badham, C., 538 Baedeker, K., 370 Baker, S.W., 371 Balfour, J.H., 251 Ballingall, W., 433 Bancroft, E.N., 479 Barnes, J., 132 Baron, J., 538 Barriffe, W., 133 Barrow, H., 357 Barrow, J., 161, 395 Barthelemy, 108 Bartlett, W.H., 373 Bates, H.W., 315 Baïf, L., 95 Beardsley, A., 282 Beaver, J., 224 Beechey, F.W., 467 Bell, C., 394, 471, 472 Bell, J., 374, 469, 470 Bemrose, W., 44 Bertall, 96 Bigsby, R., 427 Billings, R.W., 376 Blackwell. J., 134 Blakiston, T.W., 377 Blanchard, É., 473 Blanckley, T.R., 135 Bleau, J., 62 Bloemaert, A., 97 Blunt, R., 44 Boeckler, G. A., 247 Bone, M., 433 Bostock, J., 538 Boswell, J., 433

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Bouguer, P., 476 Boulger, G.S., 277 Bourienne, M., 159 Bowdich, E., 378 Bowes, J.L., 37 Boyer, A., 379 Boys, E., 392 Bradley, R., 301, 302 Brannon, G., 380 Brenton, Edward Pelham, 136 Brewster, D., 251 Bridgeman, W., 206 Brodrick, T., 137 Brontman, L., 393 Brown, J.H., 346 Browne, J., 169 Browne, T., 359 Brugnatelli, L.V., 481 Bruni, L., 98 Buck, G., 132 Buckle, H.T., 172 Buckler, J.C., 381 Bullen, F.T., 393 Bulloch, J.P.B., 439 Burchett, J., 227 Burke, E., 330 Burnaby, A., 228 Burnet, G., 158 Burney, C., 229 Burney, J., 252 Burns, J., 478 Burns, T., 289 Burrard, S., 419 Burton, R., 182, 328, 393, 447 Burton, R.F., 382 Butterworth, J., 230 Cadell, T., 433 Caesar, J., 231 Calmet, A., 99 Camden, W., 132 Campbell, A., 169 Campbell, J., 138 Campbell, T., 326 Caracci, A., 40 Catlow, A., 383 Cauchy, M. A. L., 359 Cellarius, C., 384 Chamier, F., 17, 18 Chapman, A., 392 Chapman, C., 161 Chapman, F. H., 232 Chapman, F.S., 424 Chapman, S.F., 394 Chatelain, H.A., 64 Church, A.H., 53

Cicero, 324 Cicero, M.T., 93 Cipriani, G.B., 43 Clark, G., 42 Clarke, A., 479 Clarke, E., 385 Clifford, H., 404 Cloquet, J., 483 Cockerell, D., 39 Coehoorn, M., 139 Coggeshall, G., 2 Colletta, P., 199 Collingwood, G.L., 161 Colson, N. and J., 235 Comyn, R., 158 Cook, Moses, 303 Cooper, A., 484 Copeland, T., 479 Costa, E.M. da, 485 Cotte, L., 486 Cotterill, H.B., 423 Cotugno, D., 487 Cox, R., 140 Coysh, A.W., 42 Creighton, M., 158 Croft, P.J., 39 Croker, T.C., 251 Cruickshank, G., 349 Cunningham, A., 225 Cunningham, C., 141 Cunningham, J.F., 447 Curzon, R., 367 Cuvier, G.L.C., 513 Cuvier, Georges L.C., 491 Dampier, P., 386 Dante, A., 348 Darton, F.J.H., 39 Darwin, C., 419, 492 Dawson, S.E., 404 De Bellaigue, G., 45 de la Fontaine, 412 de la Fontane, J., 397 Des Murs, M., 304 Dibdin, T.F., 188 Dickens, C., 184 Dickinson, T., 143 Dillon, F., 378 Docharty, W.M., 387 Domenichi, L., 118 Donovan, E., 305 Doré, G., 108, 348, 399 Doubleday, H.A., 443 Doughty, C.M., 419 Dove, A., 424 Dowall, W., 439

Dresser, H.E., 306 Drummond, J., 237 Drummond, W. H., 312 Dryden, J., 203 Du Monceau, M. D., 238 Dugdale, W., 325 Duhamel, J.B., 501 Earl, G.W., 388 Edmondston, E., 201 Ellis, D., 538 Emerson, P.H., 21 Erasmus, D., 102 Eriksen, S., 45 Ettmuller, M., 516 Euclid, 357 Euler, L., 242 Evelyn, J., 243 Falconer, W., 244 Falkner, F., 53 Faria y Sousoa, M. de, 426 Farmer, J.S., 245 Fayrer, J., 518 Fearne, C., 146 Fehérvári, G., 38 Fessenden, T.G., 301 Filippi, F., 395 Fisher, S. W., 42 Flaccus, H., 234 Fleming, I., 187 Fleming, J.A., 50 Florus, J., 103 folkes, M., 260 Fontaine, J., 123 Fontelle, B., 104 Forshaw, J., 307, 308 Forsyth, J.S., 270 Foster, J.J., 266 Fourcroy, A.F. de, 497 Franklin, J., 498 Fricker, K., 424 Froissart, J., 188 Furttenbach, J., 247 Fée, A.L.A, 502 Gardnor, J. and R., 396 Geddie, J., 399 Geike, A., 419 Geikie, A., 309 Gerstenberg, W., 229 Gibbon, E., 110, 148, 266 Gibson, J., 397 Gifford, J., 317 Gilbert, W.S., 248, 282 Glanville, P., 37

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Gluge, G., 506 Godden, G., 53 Goeze, J.A.E., 507 Goldsborough, J.F., 37 Goldsmith, O., 315 Goodwin-Smith, R., 37 Gordon, T., 224 Gosse, P.H., 14 Gould, J., 308 Gould, R.F., 249 Gower, R., 46 Grant, J., 201 Graves, G., 480 Grieg, J., 349 Grogan, E.S., 395 Grose, F., 250, 399 Grosjean, G., 219 Guerin-Memeville, F.E., 508 Guiffrey, J., 46 Gunner, J.E., 531 Haase, J.G., 509 Hakluyt, R., 9 Hales, S., 106, 510 Hall, C.F., 425 Hall, S.C., 392 Haller, Albrecht von, 511 Hamilton, A., 251, 252 Handel, G.F., 253 Hannover, E., 50 Hanway, J., 189 Hardy, W.J., 443 Harington, J., 220 Hartree, D.R., 359 Hastings, C., 538 Hastings, J., 538 Hatsell, J., 149 Hayes, W., 51 Hayward, J.F., 45 Hearne, T., 270 Hedwig, J., 514 Henderson, G., 37 Henniker Gotley, G., 443 Henrywood, R.K., 42 Herodotus, 150 Herzog, M., 424 Heylyn, P., 255 Hildyard, R.J.C., 42 Hindlip, Lord, 434 Hoffmann, F., 516 Hogarth, C.G., 419 Hogarth, D.J., 404 Hooke, R., 517 Hooker, J. D., 400 Hooker, R., 256 Hooker, W.J., 266

Hope, T., 257 Hope-Moncrieff, A.R., 282 Houghton, W., 310 Howard, E., 16, 19 Hughes, R.G., 42 Hume, D., 326 Hume, J., 355 Hunter, J., 479 Hutchinson, G.T., 395 Hutchinson, W., 258 Hutchinson, W.M., 479 Huxley, T.H., 536 Hyde, J.A., 51 Innes, T., 172 Irving, W., 345 James, H., 260 James, W., 153 Jamieson, J., 261 Jewitt, L., 50 Jex-Blake, A.J., 423 Jobert de Lamballe, A., 520 Joerdens, J.H., 521 Johnson, J., 47 Johnston, H., 404 Jomini, B., 75 Jones, J., 157 Jones, P., 479 Jonson, B., 190 Junius, 176 Kane, E. K., 403 Katz, R., 45 Kelly, H.E., 45 Kelman, J., 419 Keltie, J., 169 Keltie, S., 404 Kimber, Edward, 300 King, P.P., 522 Kingdon Ward, 394 Kitchin, T., 77 La Hire, P., 357 Lang, A., 397 Langon, 155 Lansdowne, F., 316 Lauder, T.D., 390 Le Bruyn, Corneille, 406 Le Chevalier, J.B., 407 Le Vaillant, F., 408 Lecoq. H., 523 Lee, S., 327 Lewis, S., 409 Li, T., 394 Liddell, H., 252

Lister, M., 525 Livingstone, D., 225 Lizars, J., 526 Lucanus, M.A., 234 Lucas, J., 389 Ludolf, H., 411 Lydekker, R., 423, 434 Lyonet, P., 527 MaacMichael, W., 277 Mackenna, F.S., 44 MacLaurin, C., 355 Madan, M., 264 Mankowitz, W., 53 Marcello, P., 112 Marcoy, P., 413 Marillier, H.C., 282 Marryat, F., 191 Marryat, H., 35 Marwick, J.D., 172 Mathews, T., 128 Maxtone-Graham, J., 28 Maxwell, W.H., 415 Maygrier, J.P., 528 McKerrow, R., 39 McKitterick, D., 39 Meikleham, E., 82 Menzhausen, J., 37 Milford Haven, 2nd Marquess of, 11, 12 Mill, H., 424 Mill, H.R., 404 Mill, J.S., 252, 328 Millais, J.G., 269 Milne, A.A., 345 Milton, J., 348 Mirabeau, 270 Misson, M., 417 Misugi, T., 38 Mitchell, J.D., 159 Moll, H., 88 Mommsen, T., 158 Montagu, J. [Earl of Sandwich], 210 Montgomery, A., 157 Moore, J., 83 Moore, J.E.S., 447 Moore, T., 270 Morell, C., 203 Moreton, C.O., 312 Morison, S., 39 Morris, F.O., 313, 315, 376 Morton, J., 399 Motley, J.R., 199 Murray, G., 157, 424 Murray, J.A.H., 493

Murray, W.H., 424 MĂźller, J., 530 Nance, E. M., 44 Nansen, F., 419 Napier, J., 359, 359 Neale, A., 160 Newton, E.A., 282 Newton, I., 360 Nicholas, N.H,, 252 Nicholas, N.H., 161 Nicholson, W., 351 NordenskiĂśld, A.E., 393 Northumberland, A. P., 273 Oakeshot, W., 308 Oliver, J.R., 439 Ollier, E., 399 Oribasius, S., 114 Oswald, A., 42 Ovid, 194 Owen, W.F., 532 Pallas, P.S., 533 Park, M., 422 Parkinson, A., 275 Paterson, G.N., 394 Peary, R.E., 393, 425 Pennant, T., 169, 276 Percy, H.A.G., 363 Percy, T., 199 Perrin, I.S., 277 Pettigrew, T.J., 534 Pevsner, N., 317 Piddington, H., 161 Pinkerton, J., 535 Pitman, Captain C.R.S., 423 Playfair, J., 294 Pliny, 162 Plutarch, 163 Pontedera, G., 474 Poole, E., 380 Poulson, G., 427 Powell, A., 280 Prescott, W.H., 428 Pulszky, F., 402 Pulszky, T., 402 Purcell, H., 278, 279 Quarles, F., 188 Rackham, A., 280, 282, 345 Rackham, B., 50 Ralfe, J., 165 Raphael, 51 Ravenstein, E.G., 79

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Reid, R., 479 Reid, T., 330 Reilly, R., 42, 53 Rennell, J., 86 Reynolds, J., 276 Rinaldi, M., 45 Robertson, J., 283 Robson, G.F., 430 Rogers, J.B., 251 Rolle, M., 361 Runciman, S., 37 Russell, J., 312 Ruyfsen, J., 51 Salt, H., 395 Sanchez, T., 118 Sansovino, F.T., 103 Saunders, J.C., 539 Savery, T., 139 Scarlatti, D., 284 Scarpa, A., 540 Schefferus, J., 167 Scheurleer, D.F., 38 Schmidt, R., 38 Scholderer, V., 39 Scoresby, W., 431 Scott, R.F., 425, 432 Scott, W., 198, 199 Scudamore, C., 538 Scudéry, M., 119 Sedgwick, J., 285 Selous, F.C., 434 Semmes, R., 170 Shackleton, E., 436 Shackleton, E. H., 435 Shackleton, E.H., 425 Shackleton, K., 286 Shannon, R., 287 Sharp, A.H., 395 Shaw, J., 479 Shaw, R.N., 282 Shaw, W., 439 Shipp, J., 161 Silcock, A., 37 Simeon, S.L., 159 Simpson, C., 229 Simson, R., 362 Sitwell, S., 286, 312 Skogman, C.J.A., 31 Slare, F., 542 Slezer, J., 438 Small, J.W., 289 Smith, A., 330 Smith, N.R., 554 Smith, R., 543 Smollett, T., 172, 326

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Snow, J., 482 Sobieski Stolberg, J., 289 Solon, M.L., 50 Speke, J.H., 440 Spenser, E., 202 Squire, C., 282 Stanley, E., 544 Steel, D., 283, 291, 293 Steel, David, 292 Stephens, G., 381 Stevenson, J.R.H., 172 Stewart, D., 169 Stewarton, 251 Stobie, J., 85 Storer, J. & H.S., 294 Strong, A., 46 Stuart, C.E., 289 Stukeley, W., 295 Sue, J.J., 495 Sully, H., 479 Sverdrup, O., 442 Swan, J., 479 Swift, J., 203 Sykes, E., 393 Sykes, P., 428 Ségur, 159 Tarin, P., 546 Tasso, T., 121 Tennyson, A., 348 Terentius Afer, P., 93, 123 Thomas, B., 428 Thomas-Stanford, C., 444 Thompson, T., 548 Thomson, J., 433 Thorburn, A., 318 Thornton, T., 296 Tibaldeo, A., 124 Tiedemann, F., 549 Titus, L.C., 234 Tolet, F., 550 Tournefort, P. de, 551 Towner, D. C., 44 Townson, R., 552 Trembley, A., 553 Triggs, I., 296 Trollope, A., 447 Turner, S., 270 Twitchett, J., 44 Tymms, W.R., 52 Valerius, 324 van Haeften, B., 188 Villefossé, H.D., 282 Virgil, 125 Visscher, N., 126

Vogt, C., 315 von Reilly, F., 90 Wagner, R., 280, 297 Walker, F.A., 317 Wallace, A.R., 448 Walpole, H., 270 Walsh, E., 449 Walton, C., 345 Walton, I., 298 Ward, J., 355 Waugh, E., 205 Wepfer, J.J., 557, 558 Westall, R., 251 Westwood, J.O., 315 White, G., 559 White, T., 283 Wilkinson, V., 53 Williams, H.W., 392 Williams, M., 351 Williamson, H., 39 Williamson, J.A., 453 Willis, B., 454 Willis, R., 282 Wilson, R.T., 455, 456 Winckelmann, J., 54 Wing, John, 300 Winkelmann. J.J., 55 Winstone, H.V.F., 45 Withering, W., 560, 561 Wolff, C.F., 562 Wood, A., 173 Wood, W., 319 Woodville, W., 563 Woodward, J., 225 Wotton, H., 256 Young, A., 457 Younghusband, F., 394 Ziffer, A., 45 Zinn, J.G., 564

Photographs & Photobooks auctioneers & appraisers since 1805

ROBERT MACPHERSON (scottish 1811-1872) FIFTEEN ITALIAN SCENES Ca. 1861. Albumen. each sheet:19 3/4 x 25 1/2 in. (50.2 x 64.8cm) Sold September 9th, 2012 for $4,500 (£2,815)

Aimee Pflieger, Specialist in Photographs & Photobooks, will be in London on March 8th and 9th to review material for consignment in upcoming sales at Freeman’s. Please contact us to book your appointment for the evaluation of your photographs.

Aimee Pflieger +1 267.414.1221 apflieger@freemansauction.com

Cathy Marsden +44 (0)131 557 8844 cathy.marsden@lyonandturnbull.com

Fine Books, Maps, Manuscripts & Prints 04/04/13 Auction: Thursday, April 4th Inquiries: david bloom +1 267.414.1246 dbloom@freemansauction.com kerry-lee jeffery +1 267.414.1247 kjeffery@freemansauction.com

Andrew Marvell Miscellaneous Poems First Edition, tall copy. London, 1681. From His coy Mistress to the Wasteland of America my Newfoundland. Harmonium’s Paradise Lost, Epic, Metaphysical & Modern First All. An extensive collection of verse - Milton, Donne, Marvell, Stevens, Eliot, Pound, Yeats & many other high spots of English & American poetry. $5,000-8,000 (£3,125-5,000)

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; (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (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; (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. 25% up to £25,000 / 20% thereafter. VAT will be charged on the premium at the rate imposed by law. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX 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

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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.

(1) Immediately a lot is sold you will: (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 2% (VAT included) when using credit cards). We do not accept American Express. (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. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (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: (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 retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (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

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. 12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 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 organized for sale, a withdrawal fee will apply; (a) If withdrawn over 28 working days prior to the sale, this will be charged at 10% of the mid estimate along with any ancilliary incurred (such as photography), all subject to VAT at the current rate. (b) If withdrawn within 28 working days of the sale, this will be charged at 20% of the mid estimate along with any ancilliary incurred (such as photography), 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, 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. GENERAL 17. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 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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