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Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs Wednesday, 11th January, 2017 at 11am Sale Number LT483

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Order of Sale Wednesday, 11th January, 2017


Art & Architecture


Atlases, Maps & Prints


Children’s Books


Continental Books

96-121 History & Military 122-195 Literature 196-229 Manuscripts 230-254 Miscellaneous 255-289 Natural History 290-296 Original Illustrations 297-313 Philosophy & Religion 314-327 Photography 328-399 Science, Mathematics & Medicine 400-408 Sport 409-466 Travel & Topography

Front Cover Lot 325 (detail) Inside Front Cover Lot 44 (detail) Inside Back Cover Lot 424 (detail)

Lot 160

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ART & ARCHITECTURE 1 Antonini, Carlo Manuale di Vari Ornamenti... Rome: Casaletti, 1777. 4to, volume 1 only, 50 engraved plates, contemporary calf, soiling, dampstaining, rubbing £100-150 2 Art Reference, 7 works, including Cameron, D.Y. An Illustrated Catalogue of his Etched Work... Glasgow: J. Maclehose and Sons, 1912. 4to, number 10 of a limited edition of 200 copies, etched frontispiece signed in pencil by Cameron, original quarter vellum gilt, dust-jacket a little chipped in places, some offsetting and occasional slight foxing; McBey, James - Martin Hardie Etchings and Dry Points from 1902 to 1924 by James McBey... London: P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., 1925. 4to, number 424 of 500 copies, etched frontispiece signed by McBey, original quarter calf gilt; Asplund, Karl Anders Zorn, His Life and Work. London: “The Studio”, 1921. 4to, original quarter Japanese vellum gilt; Horne, John Many Days in Morocco. London: Philip Allan, 1925. 4to, number 144 of 500 copies signed by Horne, original half cloth over decorative paper; Elyse Lord, I. Masters of the Colour Print. London: “The Studio”, 1927. 4to, original paper covered boards; Brangwyn, Frank, & Hayter Preston Windmills. London: John Lane, Bodley Head, 1923. 8vo, original cloth; [Idem] & Malcolm C. Salaman Modern Masters of Etching, Frank Brangwyn. London: The Studio, 1924. Oblong 4to, original boards (7)


£250-350 3 Avermaete, Roger, and 2 others Avermaete, Roger La Gravure sur Bois Moderne de L’Occident. Paris: Dorbon Ainé, 1928. 4to, number 219 of 1000 copies, original paper wrappers, occasional slight darkening and offsetting, covers a little dustsoiled and chipped; Maeier-Grefe, Julius and Wilhelm Hausenstein Ganymed, Jahrbuch für die Kunst. Munich: R. Piper & Co., 1925. Fifth volume, original boards; Kent, Rockwell A Northern Christmas. New York: American Artists Group, 1941. 12mo, original boards, dust-jacket (3) £120-150 4 Bailly, Christian Automata, the Golden Age, 1848-1914. London: Sotheby’s Publications, 1987. Number 17 of 25 limited edition signed copies, 20th century red morocco gilt with hand-painted miniature by Andrée Kiefer to upper cover, with a full-page original watercolour by Kiefer, g.e., slipcase £600-800 5 Bajot, E. Interieurs D’Apartements Meublés, vus en Perspective dans les Styles du XV au XVII Siècle. Paris: Armand Guérinet, [n.d.] Folio, title and 27 loose plates, original folio case, dampstained and worn, a little soiling and slight chipping to some plate edges £200-300 6 [Beardsley, Aubrey] - Savoy, The An Illustrated Quarterly. Nos 1 and 2 (of 3). January and April 1896, edited by Arthur Symons, illustrations by Beardsley, Charles Shannon & others, original pink decorated boards, boards somewhat worn and soiled £200-250

7 Carter, John The Ancient Architecture of England. London, 1795. Folio, 2 parts in one volume, 2 etched titles, frontispiece and 106 plates, lacks plate 21 of part 1, & 21 and 24 of part 2, contemporary half calf, rebacked retaining original spine, some spotting £100-150 8 Da Vinci, Leonardo A Treatise of Painting. London: J.Senex, 1721. 8vo, frontispiece, 32 plates (of 35, lacking 3 plates including 2 folding plates), modern cloth, some pages trimmed with loss to page numbers, cloth dampstained £100-150 9 Dresser, Christopher Studies in Design. London: Cassel, Petter and Calpin, [1874?]. Folio, 1 lithographed title, 59 chromolithographed plates out of 60 (plate 36 lacking), contemporary half morocco, a few tears, some foxing and browning, some rubbing to covers £150-250 10 Drummond, James Ancient Scottish weapons. Edinburgh & London: George Waterston & Sons, 1881. Folio, number 113 of 500 copies, 54 chromolithographed plates, original quarter calf, a little dust-soiling throughout (particularly to fore-edges), covers rubbed, some soiling to lower cover £300-400

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11 Dugdale, Sir William, 4 volumes including Stevens’s supplement, comprising Monasticon Anglicanum. London: Richard Hodgkinson, 1655 [London: Aliciae Warren, 1661]. 2 volumes (of 3), 4to, engraved title in volume 1, and 71 engraved plates, titles printed in red and black, contemporary calf, one volume rebacked, one worn; [and] Stevens, John The History of the Antient Abbeys, Monasteries... being Two Additional Volumes to Sir William Dugdale’s Monasticon Anglicanum. London, 1723. 2 volumes, 4to, 51 engraved plates, contemporary calf, rubbed, joints splitting, bookplates of Sir Stafford H. Northcote Bart. (4) £300-500 12 Fashion plates, a large quantity over 450 hand-coloured male and female fashion plates, dating from the late 18th and 19th centuries from publications such as Journal des Demoiselles and The Ladies’ Magazine, a small number of uncoloured plates, and a selection of fabric samples from Ackermann’s Repository, in 2 boxes

19 Nicholson, William 20 loose coloured lithographs of ‘Blokes’, including a green version of the 11th head in The Book of Blokes, issued specially for Nicholson’s friends £200-300 20 Scotland: architecture, craft & literature, 7 books Burns, Thomas Old Scottish Communion Plate. Edinburgh: R. & R. Clark, 1892. Large 8vo, with author’s presentation inscription to half-title, original red half morocco rebacked with later spine; MacLehose, James, publisher Scottish National Memorials. Glasgow, 1890. Folio, original green cloth gilt; Giles, James Drawings of Aberdeenshire Castles. Aberdeen: Spalding Club, 1936. 8vo, original green cloth gilt; Profeit, R.A. Under Lochnagar. Aberdeen: Taylor and Henderson, 1894. 4to, original green cloth gilt; Brown, Thomas A Dictionary of the Scottish Language. London: Simpkin & Marshall, 1845. 8vo, original cloth, custom-made box; and 2 others, sold not subject to return (7) £250-300

£180-250 13 Ford, Sheridan [Whistler, James McNeill] The Gentle Art of Making Enemies. “New York: Frederick Stokes & Brother”, [but Antwerp], 1890. 8vo, original grey wrappers (lower wrapper lacking), a little foxing, covers worn & faded, some paper chipped from spine

21 Weaving, 2 volumes, comprising Murphy, John A Treatise on the Art of Weaving. Glasgow, 1827. Second edition, 8vo, frontispiece and 14 folding plates, original cloth, plates somewhat dampstained, joints splitting; Patent Office Patents for Inventions. Abridgments of Specifications relating to Weaving. 1861. Thick 8vo, original blue printed boards, rubbed (2)



14 Hennique, Léon Collection de l’Académie des Goncourt: Benjamin Rozes. Paris: Librairie de la Collection des Dix, [n.d. but c.1905] 2 volumes, 8vo, with loose bookplate and autograph note signed by the author, 32 engravings (i.e. 16 engravings, each in two states), with portrait and 3 additional engravings bound into text volume, slipcase; and 6 additional pages and 4 etchings (8) £200-300 15 Jones Ltd., Charles, publisher The Modern Building Record. London, 1910-14. 5 volumes, 4to, plates, original green cloth gilt, a clean set £120-180 16 MacQuoid, Percy A History of English Furniture. London: Lawrence & Bullen, 1904-1906. 4 volumes, folio, contemporary red half morocco with gilt banding and lettering to spines by William Brown of Edinburgh, some spotting and foxing to text and plates, slight soiling to covers, cloth of volume 3 a little rumpled (4) £150-200 17 Metz, Conrad Martin Imitations of Ancient and Modern Drawings, from the Restoration of the Arts in Italy to the Present Time... London: Printed for the Author, 1798. Folio, frontispiece, 83 leaves of plates (of c.110-114), contemporary half calf, some light soiling to plates, covers rubbed, joints split £300-600 18 Nicholson, William The Book of Blokes. [London, 1929]. 8vo, original black boards, some chipping to spine £200-300

ATLASES, MAPS & PRINTS 22 3 atlas volumes, and a map Blackie, W.G. The Comprehensive Atlas & Geography of the World. London: Blackie & Son, 1884. Folio, contemporary half morocco gilt; Jomini, Antoine Henri, Baron de 2 atlas volumes from Jomini’s works, possibly Traité des grandes opérations militaires, et histoire critique des campagnes de la révolution, containing 27 and 12 maps respectively, hand-coloured in outline; Map Black’s New Large Map of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1862. 2 sheets (North and South) each 150 x 98cm with 32 segments backed onto linen, in original case; sold not subject to return (4) £250-350 23 Americas America Septentrionalis et Meridionalis. [N.p., n.d. but 18th century], engraved area 30 x 44.5cm, hand-coloured, framed and glazed £300-600 24 Americas - Homann, Johann Baptist Regni Mexicani seu Novae Hispaniae Ludovicianae, N. Angliae, Carolinae, Virginiae et Pennsylvaniae... Nuremberg: [c.1720], 46 x 56cm (engraved area), hand-coloured, framed and glazed £400-600 25 Americas - Seutter, Matthaeus Novus Orbis sive America Meridionalis et Septentrionalis. Augsburg: [c.1730], 49 x 57cm (engraved area), hand-coloured, framed and glazed, some light browning and slight foxing, a couple of small, discreet repairs £700-1,000

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26 Bellin, Jacques Nicolas, and 2 other maps Carte de l’Hemisphere Austral. [Paris, 1780.] 575 x 595mm, framed and glazed, taken from Voyages de Cook, volume 1; Philip, George & Son, publishers Philips’ Map of the Arctic Regions showing the North-West Passage. Liverpool: [n.d.] 536 x 658mm; [Idem] Chart of the Atlantic Ocean. Liverpool: [n.d.] 536 x 658mm, hand-coloured in outline (3)

28 [Cellarius, Andreas] Solis Circa Orbem Terrarum Spiralis Revolutio. [Amsterdam: 1660 or 1661], 43 x 49cm (engraved area), hand coloured, framed and glazed

£400-500 27 Blaeu, Jan Blaeu’s Atlas of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. London, 1970. Facsimile edition, number 297 of 500 copies, uncoloured double-page maps, red half morocco, slipcase repaired £100-150

£600-800 29 [Cellarius, Andreas] Typus Aspectuum Oppositionum Et Coniunctionum Etz In Planetis. [Amsterdam:] Valk & Schenk, [1708], 42 x 50.5cm (engraved area), handcoloured, framed and glazed £200-300

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32 Cruchley, G., Mapseller Cruchley’s New Plan of London, shewing all the new and intended improvements to the present time. [Slipcase lettered “Cruchley’s New Plan of London, in Miniature, improved to 1828”], engraved map partly hand-coloured, dissected and backed on linen, 438 x 615mm, slipcase worn £200-300 31

33 Edinburgh - Rombaut van den Hoye, c. 1650 Edenburgum Civitas Scotiae Celeberrima. Edynburgum. Engraving of Edinburgh with Latin, Dutch and French below, 400 x 500mm, framed and glazed, small chip to lower margin

30 [Cellarius, Andreas] Scenographia Systematis Mundani Ptolemaici. [Amsterdam: 1660 or 1661], 42 x 50cm (engraved area), hand-coloured, framed and glazed


£600-800 31 China - Blaeu, Willem & Johannes China Veteribus Sinarum Regio nunc Incolis Tame dicta. Amsterdam, [n.d. but 1636?], 41 x 49.5cm to plate line, hand-coloured, framed and glazed, small closed slit to centre-fold at base £1,500-2,000

34 Edinburgh Panorama - Stewart, Mary [Panorama of Edinburgh, comprising] View from the Top of Blackford Hill looking to the West, 292 x 865mm; View from the Top of Blackford Hill looking to the North. 292 x 850mm, to the East. 292 x 860mm , occasional slight vertical discolouration; to the South. 290 x 840mm; hand-coloured lithographed plates, laid down on card, framed and glazed in 4 frames £500-700

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35 Fife & Kinross - Sharp, Greenwood and Fowler Map of the Counties of Fife and Kinross. London: Thomas Sharp, C. Greenwood and William Fowler, February 1828. Engraved by John Dower, 92.5 x 123.5cm, linen backed and folded into 32 sections, handcoloured, a little wear and some spotting, in calf map case £400-600 36 Folding maps, a quantity, including Overzichtskaart van Java en Madoera. Atelier Kurkdjian - Soerabaia. [n.d.], folding map in 4 sheets, backed on linen, slipcase; NederlandschIndische Spoorweg Maatschappij. Overzichtskaart der Spoor-en Tramwegen in Midden-Java. [n.d.], folding map backed on linen, slipcase; [Northern India] Calcutta, Survey of India Offices, 1885, reprinted in 1926 with corrections, large zincographed map dissected and backed on linen; Wyld, James Wyld’s Map of the Baltic or East Sea. London, [c.1854, date inscribed on endpaper], lithographed map, hand-coloured in outline, dissected and backed on linen, folding into cloth covers; Munch, P.A. Kart over det Sydlige Norge. Copenhagen, 1845, map dissected and backed on linen, folding into calf covers, some handcolouring, partly discoloured; War Office, Geographical Section, General Staff Asia Minor. Brusa. August, 1915. Map dissected and backed on linen, folding into cloth covers; and a quantity of folding maps, chiefly to parts of Europe, c.1880-1950 £100-150 38

37 Gross, Anthony Sussex, 1926, etching, signed in pencil to plate margin, framed and glazed, 16 x 20cm £250-350 38 India - Cantelli da Vignola, Giacomo Penisola dell India... [Rome: after 1683], 42 x 41cm (engraved area), hand-coloured, framed and glazed £300-600 39 Italy - Homann [Heirs] Italia in suos Status Divisa... Nuremberg: 1742, c. 50 x 57cm (engraved area), hand-coloured, framed and glazed, some slight darkening/marking £200-300 40 [Janssen, J.] Edenburgum, vulgo Edenburg. [Amsterdam, 1657], 45 x 35cm, handcoloured, double glazed, colouring faded, some browning, centre-fold strengthened with tape, closed tear to lower section £200-300 41 Jefferys, Thomas The County of York Survey’d in MDCCLXVII, VIII, IX and MDCCLXXXX. [London:] 1772. Folio, 20 folded sheets with some hand-colouring in outline, each c.62 x 73cm, bound into contemporary brushed calf with red morocco gilt label to upper cover, some offsetting, no. VIII with small marginal tear repaired to verso, covers rubbed, joints split Note: Thomas Jefferys, c.1710-1771, was an English cartographer and a major figure in map publication of the mid-eigteenth century. He is particularly noted for his maps of North America, however he also produced numerous large scale county maps, such as this one of Yorkshire, surveyed by John Ainslie. £2,000-3,000


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42 Johnston, Alexander Keith The Physical Atlas of Natural Phenomena. Edinburgh & London: W. Blackwood, 1850. Large 4to, 25 engraved maps (1 double-page), partly hand-coloured, contemporary half calf, rubbed £300-400 43 Johnston, W. & A.K. Map of the Counties of Perth and Clackmannan with the Railways. Edinburgh, [c.1840] 110 x 103cm, dissected into 72 rectangles and laiddown onto linen, hand-coloured in outline, original red cloth gilt box with later label to one edge, some very slight offsetting, case a little worn and soiled


£250-350 44 Lothian, John Lothian’s County Atlas of Scotland. Edinburgh: J. Lothian, Glasgow: Jackson & Cowan; London: J. Duncan, 1826 [-1829]. 4to, 2 parts in one volume, engraved title, frontispiece (dated 1829), and 33 engraved maps hand-coloured in outline (most maps undated, 5 dated 1827, 1 dated 1828), lacking the General Map of Scotland; the Second part comprising Lothian’s Historical Atlas of Scotland. Edinburgh, J. Lothian, 1829, comprising engraved title and engraved maps numbered 34-41 (one map incorrectly numbered 37 instead of 36), hand-coloured in outline, late 19th or early 20th century half calf, several marginal tears to text, a little light dust-soiling Note: John Lothian’s very rare County Atlas. The first edition was published in 1826-27, with the title dated 1826 and the maps dated 1827. The second edition was published in 1829, and this edition included for the first time the 8 historical maps (34/35 on one sheet, 36 - incorrectly numbered 37 - double-page, 37/38 on one sheet, 39 double-page, 40, & 41), preceded by its own engraved title: “Lothian’s Historical Atlas of Scotland”. 1829. £1,200-2,200 45 Ortelius, Abraham Presbiteri Johannis sive Abissinorum Imperii descriptio. Antwerp, [c.1592], Hand-coloured engraved map of E. Africa and Arabia, Latin text on verso, 41 x 53cm. £300-500


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46 Ortelius, Abraham Alexandri Magni Macedonis Expeditio. [Antwerp:] 1595. Hand-coloured map of Alexander the Great’s expedition, with inset of the oracle of Ammon from whom Alexander sought advice, 460 x 360mm, framed and double-glazed, text to reverse, centre-fold repaired to verso with two scores to front of map with some loss to engraved area £400-600 47 Ortelius, Abraham Aeneae Troiani Navigato. [Antwerp:] 1594. Etched and hand-coloured map, depicting the fictitious voyage of Aeneas from Troy to Carthage, 490 x 340mm, framed and glazed, centre-fold strengthened £150-250 48 Ortelius, Abraham Argonautica. [Antwerp:] 1598. Hand-coloured etched map of Ancient Greece, 490 x 340mm, framed, double glazed, text to reverse, repair to centre fold on verso £300-500 49 Ortelius, Abraham Romani Imperii Imago. [Antwerp:] 1595. Hand-coloured map depicting the Roman Empire, with 2 portraits, a dynastic tree and a quote from Vitruvius, 490 x 340mm, framed, 2 straight creases running parallel down centre £400-500 50 Pennsylvania - Scull, William A Map of Pennsylvania exhibiting not only the Improved Parts of that Province but also its Extensive Frontiers: laid down from actual surveys. London: Robert Sayer & J. Bennett, 10 June 1775. Engraved map, handcoloured in outline, dissected and backed on linen, 1370 x 714mm

Note: William Scull’s seminal map of Pennsylvania, a map often referred to as the ‘Revolutionary War map’ of the state, was the most comprehensive and accurate map of Pennsylvania to that date. Scull’s map of Pennsylvania, which covered the state from Philadelphia west to Fort Pitt, was based on his own work and on that of other surveyors, including his grandfather Nicholas Scull (1687-1761), who was surveyor general of Pennsylvania from 1748 to his death (Garrison, 277-79). The first edition of this map, issued in small numbers, is extremely scarce. Five years later, Sayer and Bennett issued this further updated edition in Jefferys’s North American Atlas of 1775. £1,200-1,500 51 Ptolemy, Claudius Two maps after a series of 12 maps of Asia created from the writings of Claudius Ptolemy, Asiae IIII Shows Cyprus, Syria and Palestine; Asiae VI Shows the Arabian Peninsula; Both c. 1571? maybe later, hand coloured outlines, sea hand coloured in green, Latin text in cartouches, 290 x 360mm, framed and glazed (2) £100-150 52 Railway related maps, manuscript and lithographed, including North British Railway Plan showing Sites of Stations as in 1778 [as in 1804] at Waverley & Princes Street Gardens, copies from lithographed plan & engraved plan, ink on fine linen cloth, 29 x 56cm, [c.1870].; Plan of ground permanently occupied by the Edin. and Northern Railway on Mucdrum. Edinburgh: T. Carfrae, 1849, hand-coloured ink plan, 33 x 65cm; Thomson, Charles Plan of the City of Edinburgh, altered to 1825, engraved plan laid down on linen, frayed and soiled; Muirkirk, Mauchline & Dalmellington Railways Railway No 4, sheet 4, engraved map, 1894-95; Plan of Skerrington Estate shewing Proposed Branch Railway through it to Grougar. 1855, 2 hand-coloured engraved maps, one laid down on linen, one repaired with slight loss; Ayr and Cumnock Railway Manuscript plan of part of line, on linen, partly hand-coloured; and a reproduction plan (9) £100-150

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59 Scotland - Hondius, Hendrik Scotiae Pars Septentrionalis. Amsterdam, [1662?], 2 sheets unjoined, each 34.5 x 35.5cm (engraved areas), hand-coloured, framed together; and 2 facsimile maps (3) £150-250 60 Scotland - Ortelius, Abraham Scotiae Tabula. [Antwerp: after 1573], 35 x 47cm (engraved area), handcoloured, framed and glazed £300-400


61 Scotland - Slezer’s views from J. Beeverell’s Les Delices de la Grande Bretagne, 1707 engraved map of Scotland and 46 engraved plates, 14 x 18cm, laid down on paper, in 4to. volume, half calf, spine lettered £200-300

53 Roberts, Lt. - Captain Cook A General Chart Exhibiting the Discoveries made by Captn. James Cook... [London: Faden, 1784.] 642 x 910mm, rolled map, hand-coloured in outline £400-600 54 Sadeler, Jan - Four Seasons The Four Seasons: Aestas, Ver, Autumnus & Hyems, after 1580, engraved area each c.21 x 29cm, framed and glazed, a few creases and neat closed repairs, some tears and repairs with loss to lower edge of Autumnus (4)

62 Spain & Portugal - Homann, Johann Baptist Regnorum Hispaniae et Portugalliae Tabula Generalis. Nuremberg: [c.1720?], 49.5 x 58cm (engraved area), hand-coloured, famed and glazed £150-250 63 Spain - Blaeu, Willem Catalonia. [N.p., n.d., but Amsterdam after 1642], 44.5 x 55cm, handcoloured in outline, French text to verso, some slight browning £150-250

£250-350 55 Saxton, Christopher Northamton, Bedfordiae, Cantabrigiae, Huntingdoniae et Rutlandiae Comitatum. [London:] 1576. Hand-coloured etching, bears the crest of Saxton’s patron, Thomas Seckford, 530 x 400mm, trimmed to engraved area and laid-down onto card, framed and glazed, slight repairs to centre fold £300-400 56 Scotland - Blaeu, Willem Janszoon Scotia Regnum. [Amsterdam : Willem Blaeu, 1635], 39 x 50cm (engraved area), hand-coloured, framed and glazed £250-350 57 Scotland - Coronelli, Vincenzo Maria Scotia Parte Settentrionale... [Venice : Coronelli, 1696], 91 x 65cm, handcoloured, framed and glazed £400-600 58 Scotland - [Hole, William] Scotia Regnum. [N.p., n.d. but London, after 1607?], c.28 x 33cm, handcoloured, framed and glazed, some very slight foxing and soiling £150-200


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69 70 64 Spain - [Hondius] Cataloniae Principatus Descriptio Nova. [N.p., n.d., but Amsterdam?] 39 x 58cm, hand-coloured, a little soiling to margins £150-250 65 Morden, Robert The Kingdom of Ireland. London: Abel Swale Awnsham and John Churchill, [1695?], 44 x 39cm, hand-coloured, a little marginal browning, a few very small closed marginal tears, slight repair to centre fold £150-200 66 Spain - Ottens, Josua Exactissima Et Postomnes Alias Nunc Demu`m Edita Tabula Continens Perfectam Descriptionem Regnorum Arragoniae... Amsterdam, after 1725, 53.5 x 63cm, hand-coloured, browned, a few small closed tears, some very small holes to centre-fold £150-200 67 Spain - Sanson, Nicolas Principauté de Catalogne... Paris: H. Taillot, 1696, 62 x 94cm, handcoloured in outline, some slight darkening around margins, some very slight chips to edges £150-200 68 Spain - Seutter, Matthew Siciliae Regnum... [Augsburg, 1750?], 53.5 x 62cm, hand-coloured, small closed tear to upper margin, some light browning apart from area of North Africa


70 Speed, John The Turkish Empire. London: G. Humble, [1626] Hand-coloured engraved map, English text on verso, 395 x 515mm £500-700

69 Spain - Visscher, Nicolaus Cataloniae Principatus... Amsterdam, [c.1700?], 52.5 x 62cm, handcoloured, a little light foxing, some small closed tears to centre margin

71 Speed, John Britain As It Was Devided in the tyme of the Englishe Saxons... London: John Sudbury & George Humble. [After 1611] Engraved and handcoloured map of the British Isles with vignettes of Saxon figures, 520 x 390mm, mounted, double-glazed, text to reverse, some colour bleeding through onto verso, slight repair to centre-fold at base




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72 Speed, John The Kingdome of Irland. London: John Sudbury & George Humble, 1610. Hand-coloured etching with 6 Irish characters and royal crest, 510 x 390mm, framed, text of ‘Ireland Described, Book 4’ on reverse, slight crease running down centre of map £700-900

73 Stoopendael, Daniel Orbis Terrarum Tabula Recens Emendata et in Lucem Edita. [Amsterdam or Dordrecht, 1682 or later], engraved area c.34.5 x 36cm, hand-coloured, framed and glazed £700-900

74 Thompson, G. Map of Scotland, with the Seaports and Views including the New Roads & Canals ordered by the Parliamentary Commissioners... London: G.Thompson, 1807, with eight perspective views of Edinburgh, Leith, Perth, Dunfermline (“Dumfermling”), Glasgow, Kirkcudbright, Aberdeen & Inverness, 65 x 99.5cm, framed and glazed, some slight hand-colouring in outline, laid-down, a few tears, light soiling and a little spotting Note: An unusual map of Scotland, seemingly a copy of an earlier work £300-500 75 Virtue, J.S. & Co., publishers - Etchings on satin - Muirhead Bone The Edition de Luxe Collection of Etchings. London: J.S. Virtue & Co., [n.d.] Large folio, title-leaf, 8 (of 10) etchings on satin (lacking Winter and Psyche), copy number 192 of 250 impressions, loose engravings contained in half morocco portfolio case with blue satin lining, title-leaf browned. upper portfolio flap detached, rubbed; Bone, Muirhead War Drawings. London: Country Life/War Office, 1917-1918. Folio, in 6 original parts with wrappers, 46 (of 60) plates only (lacking 1, 4, 5, 8, 12, 19, 20, 27, 29, 34, 40, 42, 51 & 57), in original blue card portfolio case, some ties lacking (2) Provenance: This impression, number 192, was subscribed for by WM. Robertson, Esq., of Balmore, Newport-on-Tay Note: An unusual collection of etchings on satin, no other copies traced. £250-350

76 Warkworth Harbour - Plan of the proposed Dock and of the Improvements at Warkworth Harbour, in the County of Northumberland. London, 29 November 1844. John Rennie. 62 x 129cm, ink and watercolour, on thick paper, folded £100-150 77 Wyld, James A General Atlas, containing Maps illustrating some important periods in Ancient History, and distinct Maps of the Several Empires, Kingdoms and States in the World. Edinburgh: John Thomson &c. for Baldwin Cradock & Joy, London & John Cumming, Dublin, [1823]. 4to, engraved title, 2 engraved tables, 44 maps hand-coloured in outline, 3 double-page, old half calf, several hand-coloured engravings in the text, a few lightly stained, chiefly in margins £500-700

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CHILDREN’S BOOKS 78 Crane, Walter, 2 volumes, comprising Queen Summer or the Journey of the Lily & the Rose. London: Cassell, 1891. 4to, large paper edition, number 143 of 250 copies, coloured illustrations, original parchment-backed pictorial boards, t.e.g., uncut, boards somewhat spotted/soiled; Crane, W. Flora’s Feast. Cassell, 1889. small 4to, coloured illustrations, original cloth-backed pictorial boards, text & binding somewhat spotted (2) £150-180 79 Donaldson, Julia & Axel Scheffler - 4 signed children’s books The Gruffalo. London: MacMillan, 2014. Signed on title-page by Donaldson and Scheffler with hand-drawn mouse carrying a nut, by Scheffler; [Idem] Room on the Broom. London: MacMillan, 2016. Signed on title-page by Donaldson and Scheffler with hand-drawn witch by Scheffler; [Idem] & James Robertson, translator The Reiver Rat, the Highway Rat in Scots. Edinburgh: Itchy Coo, 2015. Signed on title-page by Donaldson, Robertson and Scheffler with hand-drawn rat by Scheffler; all paperback 4to with original pictorial card wrappers; [Idem] Zog and the Flying Doctors. London: Alison Freen Books, 2016. 4to, dust-jacket, signed on the title-page by Donaldson and Scheffler with hand-drawn dragon by Scheffler (4) £300-400


80 Lang, Andrew - Fairy Books, with an ALS from the author [Idem] The Blue Fairy Book, 1889. First edition, with an ALS from Laing to Thomas Hutchison laidin, commenting, “This book is only meant for children...”, 8 full-page illustrations, 16pp. publisher’s catalogue dated August 1889; Lang, Andrew The Red Fairy Book, 1890. First edition; [Idem] The Green Fairy Book, 1892. First edition, slight rubbing to upper cover; [Idem] The Yellow Fairy Book, 1894. First edition, with upper cover of franked envelope in Lang’s hand to frontispiece verso; [Idem] The Pink Fairy Book, 1897. First edition; [Idem] The Grey Fairy Book, 1900. First edition; [Idem] The Violet Fairy Book, 1901. First edition; [Idem] The Crimson Fairy Book, 1903. First edition; [Idem] The Brown Fairy Book, 1904. First edition; [AND] another copy; all London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 8vo in original cloth, many with the bookplate of Thomas Hutchison, booksellers’ catalogue entries, notes on Lang and other small items of ephemera laid-down to endpapers and initial leaves, some with Hutchison’s writing and catalogue numbers to endpapers; [Idem] The True Story Book. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1893. 8vo, original cloth (11) £800-1,200

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81 Milne, A.A. Winnie-the-Pooh. London: Methuen & Co., 1926. First edition, 8vo, original green cloth gilt, dust-jacket, some very light crease marks to some pages, offsetting of Eeyore onto p.45, occasional light foxing and very slight soiling throughout, dustjacket neatly repaired; [Idem] The House at Pooh Corner. London: Methuen & Co., 1928. First edition, 8vo, original pink cloth gilt, repair to contents page, endpapers browned, some fading and soiling to covers (2) £800-1,200 82 Nicholson, William and Arthur Waugh The Square Book of Animals. London: William Heinemann, 1900. First edition, 4to, original quarter cloth over pictorial boards, 12 animal plates, gift inscription to free-endpaper, some foxing and offsetting, some darkening, chipping and soiling to covers and spine £300-500 83 Rackham, Arthur - The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales. London: Constable & Company Ltd., 1909. Large 8vo, 40 tipped-in plates, original red cloth gilt, bookplate, occasional internal spotting and light foxing, endpapers browned, joints and hinges weak, spine faded, covers a little bumped; Dulac, Edmund - Laurence Housman Stories from the Arabian Nights. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1907. Second edition, 8vo, 50 tipped-in plates, original cloth, bookplate, hinges weak, spine ends and corners slightly bumped, spine a little faded (2) £400-600 84 Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. London: Bloomsbury, 1997. First edition paperback, first impression with 10-1 numberline, original card wrappers, slight browning to page edges, p.49 slightly creased at corner, wrappers slightly bumped to very edges £1,800-2,200 85 The Magic-Beano Book, 1947 Dundee, London, Manchester: D.C. Thomson, [1947]. 4to, 127pp. [ie.125], original pictorial boards, browning, a few marks and small tears throughout, some light pencil writing to covers, pp.7, 13, 35, 59 & 88 with some amateur hand-colouring, rubbed, worn and chipped, paper to spine largely lacking, some soiling, a little dampstaining to lower cover


86 Watkins, Dudley D. - D.C. Thomson & Co., Ltd. Oor Wullie. Glasgow, London, Dundee: D.C. Thomson & Co., Ltd., [1953.] 4to, original paper wrappers showing Wullie through the months of the year, some internal browning, small marginal hole to initial leaf, some wear to covers, spine repaired with tape £200-300 87 Watkins, Dudley D. - D.C. Thomson & Co., Ltd., 6 annuals Oor Wullie. Glasgow, London, Dundee: D.C. Thomson & Co., Ltd. Annuals for the years 1957, 1959 & 1961; [Idem] The Broons. Glasgow, London, Dundee: D.C. Thomson & Co., Ltd. Annuals for the years 1956, 1958 & 1960; all in original card wrappers with cloth spines, a little internal browning, occasional light foxing, some general light wear and a little soiling to covers, annual for 1958 with gift inscription and address in blue biro to cover verso, some biro to upper cover and a little additional soiling throughout (6) £200-300




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CONTINENTAL BOOKS 88 Aulnoy, Marie Catherine de la Mothe, Comtesse d’ Les contes des fées. Amsterdam: Estienne Roger, 1708. 12mo, 2 volumes in one, engraved frontispiece, engraved vignettes, contemporary calf, no pp.23-24 as published, 9pp. advertisements at end, some spotting and soiling, worn, bookplate of James Irvine Esq. of Kingcausie, slight worming to pp.79-99 Note: No title page is called for to volume 2, which starts at page 211. £300-400 89 Farisol, Abraham Id est, Itinera Mundi, sic dicta nempe Cosmographia. Oxford: Sheldonian Theatre, 1691-90. 4to, 2 parts in one volume, Hebrew and Latin text, early 18th century calf, head & tail of spine rubbed, joints cracking, slight loss of calf to lower cover, upper corner of preliminaries slightly dampstained


£250-300 90 Flavius, Josephus Hooghberoemde Joodsche Historien ende Boecken... Amsterdam: Jan Everts, 1636. Folio, engraved title-page, woodcuts throughout text, collates: [2], 338, [11]; 77, [3] therefore appears to be lacking 2 unnumbered leaves, contemporary embossed calf, browning throughout, some rust-holes with slight loss to letters, endpapers renewed, joints split, one clasp detached, covers rubbed and chipped, upper part of spine lacking leather £200-300 91 Mattioli, Pietro Andrea Commentarii in Sex Libros Pedacii Dioscordis Anazarbei de Medica Materia. Venice: Valgrisi, 1565. Folio, portrait and many woodcuts throughout text, later calf, bookplate, writing to initial blanks dated 1765 explaining a little about the book and its provenance, by Adam Donald, title-page laid down and trimmed to upper margin, some soiling throughout, all woodcuts visible but most covered in untidy thin green wash paint, long closed tear to Kk4 repaired to lower margin only, small ink and pencil annotation to 5F2, final leaves, particularly 6H6 worn and soiled, creased and becoming loose, some rubbing to covers, lacking clasps [Hunt 94]



Provenance: 1765 in the posession of Adam Donald, physician and herbalist at Kirktown of Belhelvie[?], who recieved it from Ann Bigland, seemingly as thanks for restoring her health after no London physician could; Purchased from the heirs of Adam Donald “commonly called the Prophet of Belhelvie[?]” by K. Uq. [?] of Meldrum, May 22nd 1781; Bookplate of Keith Urquhart of Meldrum Note: Pietro Andrea Mattioli was an Italian physician and botanist, living between 1500 and 1577. “First enlarged edition. The first edition was published in Italian in 1544, and the first in Latin in 1554, but the 1565 edition is the first augmented by Mattioli’s fuller notes and has always been the most valued for its completeness.” [Catalogue of Botanical Books in the Collection of Rachel McMasters Miller Hunt. Pittsburgh, 1958, volume 1, p.103] £3,000-5,000

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92 Perrault, Charles Les contes des fées, par Monsieur Perrault. Avec des moralités. Paris: chez G. Valleyre, 1723. Small 8vo, (c.150 x 90mm), vi, [7]-95, [1]pp., woodcut ornament on title, woodcut ornamental headpieces, the ‘moralitées’ printed in italic later, later marbled boards, probably late 18th century, short tear without loss in 1 preliminary leaf, some dampstaining Note: There is no date on the title, but the final page is the privilege which is granted to Guillaume Valleyre only and dated 1723. From the Selbourne library and formerly in Birmingham University Library. This early edition is extremely rare and this is the only recorded copy. COPAC records 1 copy only at Birmingham University Library, but this was this very copy, the Selbourne copy, which was then on deposit at the library. Not in Gumuchian or Osborne; no copy traced on Worldcat or KVK. £1,000-1,500

93 Renaissance binding - Gellius, Aulis Noctes Atticae. Colognie: Gualtherus Fabricius, 1563. 8vo, woodcut device on title, woodcut initials, contemporary strongly blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards including depiction of ‘Grammatica 1570’ and ‘Rhetorica 1570’ on covers, brass clasps, bookplate of the Duke of Sussex, some early Latin marginal notes and scoring, occasional very light spotting, head of spine renewed £300-400 94 Sprecher von Bernegg, Fortunat Historia Motuum et Bellorum, postremis hisce annis in Rhaetia excitatorum et gestorum. Coloniae Allobrogorum [Geneva], Pierre Chouet, 1629. 4to, [viii], 501pp., woodcut printer’s device on title, woodcut decorative initials, folding engraved map, 19th century calfbacked marbled boards, vellum tips, spine rubbed, very minor worming in the first half of the volume slightly affecting text and map £150-250

95 Sévigné, Marie de Rabutin-Chantal, Marquise de Recueil de lettres de Madame la Marquise de Sévigné, à Madame la Comtesse de Grignan, sa fille. Paris: par la Compagnie des Librairies, 1774. 8 volumes, 8vo, contemporary red morocco, gilt decorative border on covers, spines gilt, a.e.g., slight rubbing at a few corners, spines slightly faded, vols 1 and 2 with light crack down the centre of the spines, signature of Mary Bagot, 1779, in vol. 1 and of Margaret Hay 1802 on titles or half-titles, small Selbourne Library stamp to title or half-title versos; Béranger, P.J. de Chansons. Paris: Perrotin, 1861. 16mo, red morocco gilt by David, a.e.g.; [Kempis, Thomas à] De imitatione Christi. Paris: J. Barbou, 1764. 12mo, 5 engraved plates, contemporary red morocco gilt, a.e.g. (10) £300-400

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HISTORY & MILITARY 96 A Collection of Newspapers, 2 folio volumes and several of loose papers 2 bound folio volumes and 1 folio case containing collections of Scottish newspapers, including The Edinburgh Evening Courant, July-June 1852-53, The Scotsman, January-December 1826, The Sun, number 1053, February 10th 1796, 6 issues of The Standard, from various dates in 1832, and a collection of others (3 folios) £80-120 97 Amelot de la Houssaye, Abraham Nicolas The History of the Government of Venice. London: printed by H.C. for John Starkey, 1677. 8vo, later mottled half calf gilt, a little spotting and browning, small hole on pp.96-7 with loss of page numbers, some running titles a little trimmed, joints and spine rubbed Provenance: Ownershp signatures of William Sandys and Jonathan Grundy to title-page Note: Possibly a variant collation of ESTC R14759, this copy collates: [16], 325, [15], whilst the ESTC copy collates: [16], 325, [3], this copy includes ‘A Catalogue of Books Printed for John Starkey...” £150-250 98 Boece, Hector [Boethius]Scotorum Historiae a prima gentis origine...[N.p., n.d., but Paris:] Jodoci Badii Ascensii [1526?] Folio, signatures run: a8, e8, i8, o8, u10, AA-BB8, CC6, a-z8, A-Z8, contemporary vellum, rebacked, with later hand-written label to spine, repairs up to e8 and from 2Y-end, with a1 (title-page) extensively repaired with loss to title and verso, heavily annotated in an early hand, endpapers renewed, lacking clasps


£400-600 99 Brisbane, General Sir Thomas Makdougall Reminiscences. Edinburgh: T. Constable, 1860. Printed for Private Circulation, manuscript “With Compliments” slip pasted in, 4 lithographed plates, original red cloth, gilt arms on covers, slightly spotted £100-150

100 Crimean nursing - Davis, Elizabeth [Betsi Cadwaladr] The Autobiography of Elizabeth Davis, a Balaclava Nurse... London: Hurst and Blackett, 1857. 2 volumes, first edition, 8vo, portrait, 24pp. of adverts, original brown cloth with gilt lettering to spines, bookplates of Sir Joseph Radcliffe, Rudding Park, some spotting throughout, covers rubbed, joints weak (2) Note: Elizabeth Davis, née Betsi Cadwaladr, 1789-1860, was a Welsh Crimean war nurse, working alongside Florence Nightingale. In her early 30s, she travelled as a ship’s captain’s maid, visiting South America, Africa and Australia. After reading about the suffering of soldiers at the Battle of the Alma, Davis trained as a nurse at Guy’s hospital in London. Davis joined the military nursing service at the age of 65 and was posted to a hospital run by Florence Nightingale in Scutari, Turkey. However, Davis and Nightingale clashed to such an extent that Davis moved to a hospital closer to the front line in Balaclava. Davis had a considerable influence upon how this hospital was run, her efforts finally being acknowledged by Nightingale. £300-500 101 [Duke of Marlborough] - Dumont, Jean, Baron de Carlscroon The Military History of the late Prince Eugene of Savoy and of the late John Duke of Marlborough. London: Printed by James Bettenham for Claude du Bosc, 1736. 2 volumes, folio, titles printed in red and black, with engraved vignette, half-titles, engraved frontispiece in vol. 1, 4 maps (3 double-page, 1 folding), 48 plans (47 double-page, 1 folding), 33 plates (2 double-page) by C. du Bosc after A. Benoist, contemporary calf, neatly rebacked, spines gilt, green morocco lettering pieces £800-1,200


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102 Edinburgh Courant [Broadsheet Newspaper] Number 1, from Wed. 14 to Monday 19 Febry. 1705. Edinburgh: printed for James Watson, one leaf, 4to, double glazed £200-250 103 Fraser, Sir William Memorials of the Earls of Haddington. Edinburgh, 1889. First edition, 2 volumes, 4to, presentation copy inscribed to Col. Sir Alexander Moncrieff, engraved portrait frontispiece to each volume, woodcut illustrations in the text, 5 chromolithograph facsimiles of manuscripts (including one folding), original quarter red morocco, red cloth, gilt, t.e.g., others uncut £100-150 104 History, 22 volumes, comprising, Froude, J.A., History of England. London: Longmans, 1872. 12 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf, morocco lettering pieces, spines gilt; Gardiner, Samuel R. History of England. London: Longmans, 1884. 10 volumes, 8vo, green half morocco, t.e.g., spines faded (22) £150-200 105 Hume, David Commentaries on the Law of Scotland, respecting the Description and Punishment of Crimes. Edinburgh, 1797, 2 volumes, [AND] Commentaries on the Law of Scotland, respecting Trial for Crimes. Edinburgh, 1800, 2 volumes, 4to, First editions, contemporary calf, red and green lettering pieces (4)


£300-400 106 Jacobite Rebellion, 1715 - An Act for Explaining ... An Act to Oblige Papists to Register their Names and Real Estates, dated February 20th, 1716, printed black letter Act of Parliament, folio, disbound, slight uniform browning £80-120 107 Jefferson, Thomas The Writings of Thomas Jefferson. Washington D.C., 1853-1854. 9 volumes, 8vo, portrait, charcoal cloth gilt, previous ownership signatures to title-pages, some light foxing and dampstaining, some wear and chipping to covers and spines (9) £250-350 108 Law and Genealogy, 6 books Stewart, James Dirleton’s Doubts and Questions in the Law of Scotland. Edinburgh: James Watson, 1715. Small folio, portrait, some notes, particularly to title-verso, in a neat hand, contemporary calf, covers worn and detached, spine split [ESTC T135776]; Craig, Thomas Jus Feudale. Edinburgh: Ruddimann, 1732. Small folio, portrait, contemporary calf, tear to pp.263-4 with slight loss, endpapers renewed, covers detached, worn [ESTC T144476]; Scots Acts The Laws and Acts of Parliament. Edinburgh, 1682; The Acts made in the First Parliament... Edinburgh, 1683; The Laws and Acts... Edinburgh, 1731; uniform 12mo, later half calf, rubbed, lacking 5 spine labels; Douglas, Sir Robert The Baronage of Scotland. Edinburgh: Bell & Bradfute..., 1798. Folio, half calf, covers detached [ESTC N16328]; sold not subject to return (6) £250-350

109 Martin, Theodore The Life of His Royal Highness, the Prince Consort. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1875-1880. Mixed edition, 5 volumes, 8vo, volumes 1 and 2 signed and inscribed to Sir John McNeill “In recollection of former days” from Queen Victoria, in 1875 and 1877, volumes 3-5 inscribed but with another signature, contemporary teracotta morocco with elaborate Greek key gilt tooling and gilt doublures by John MacLaren & Son, Edinburgh, some foxing throughout, covers slightly rubbed in places (5) £700-800 110 McNaughton, Arnold & The Earl Mountbatten of Burma The Book of Kings, a Royal Genealogy. London: Arcadia Press, 1973. 3 volumes, 4to, signed by Mountbatten, number 3 of 55 copies bound in blue morocco with gilt tooled crown motifs by Zaehnsdorf, gilt doublures over watered silk endpapers, original red slipcase £200-300 111 Napier of Merchiston, Mark Memoirs of John Napier of Merchiston. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1834. First edition, 4to, 13 plates, illustration, green half morocco, spine gilt, t.e.g. £100-150 112 Oxford - Skelton, Joseph Pietas Oxoniensis, or Records of Oxford Founders. Oxford: J. Skelton, 1828. 4to, large paper copy, list of subscribers, hand-coloured engraved title on india paper and 25 plates (24 hand-coloured) on india paper, original cloth, dampstaining to some lower corners, sometimes just extending onto india paper, spine repaired, corners and edges worn £150-250

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113 Ross, Andrew Old Scottish Regimental Colours. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1885. Folio, limited edition number 245, frontispiece and 29 plates (many chromolithographed), original tartan silk with embossed gilt arms to upper cover, rebacked with later green cloth spine, withdrawn stamps and bookplate of Westminster Public Libraries, silk a little perished; The Black Watch The Royal Highland Regiment: The Black Watch... Medal Roll 1801-1911. Edinburgh: T. and A. Constable, 1913. Small 4to, original blue cloth gilt (2) £150-200 114 Scotland, 2 volumes, comprising Loch, James An Account of the Improvements on the Estates of the Marquess of Stafford, in the Counties of Stafford and Salop, and on the estate of Sutherland. London, 1830. 8vo, hand-coloured folding map & 39 plates (3 hand-coloured), contemporary calf, neatly rebacked, corners neatly repaired; [Lockhart, George] Memoirs concerning the Affairs of Scotland. London, 1714. 8vo, contemporary panelled calf, one joint neatly repaired, blindstamp and tiny hole at head (2) £200-250 115 Scottish Heraldry & Genealogy, 14 volumes Nisbet, Alexander A System of Heraldry... Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1816. 2 volumes, small folio, 19th century embossed calf, bookplates of Edward Chaloner, library stamps of Wolverhampton Reference Library; Douglas, Sir Robert The Peerage of Scotland... Edinburgh: A. Constable, 1813. 2 volumes, folio, twentieth century halfcalf, one cover and spine detached; Stevenson, J.H. Heraldry in Scotland. Glasgow: J. Maclehose, 1914. 2 volumes, small 4to, original quarter vellum, bookplates; Chambers, Robert, original editor A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen. Glasgow, Edinburgh, London: Blackie & Son, 1855. 5 volumes, 8vo, blue half calf, bookplates of Fort Augustus Abbey; MacVeigh, James The Scottish Family History... Dumfries, 1891. 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary red half morocco; sold not subject to return (14) £300-400 116 Scottish history, 16 volumes, including Keltie, John S. A History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland Clans and Highland Regiments. Edinburgh: A. Fullarton & Co., 1875. 2 volumes, 8vo, frontispiece, map, 18 plates, 30 colour tartan plates, contemporary moroon half calf gilt; [Idem]Another copy, 2 volumes, 1879, contemporary green half morocco gilt; Taylor, James The Pictorial History of Scotland... London, [n.d.] 2 volumes, 8vo, 19th century blue half calf; [Idem] Another copy, 2 volumes, 1859, contemporary half calf, one spine detached; Ridpath, George The Border-History of England and Scotland. London: T. Cadell, 1776. 4to, modern half calf; Robertson, William The History of Scotland. London: J. Richardson, 1822. 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary green half calf; Renwick, Robert & Sir John Lindsay History of Glasgow. Glasgow: Maclehose, Jackson & Co., 1921; 1931; 1934; 3 volumes, 8vo, volume 1 in original half vellum gilt, volumes 2 & 3 in original green cloth gilt; Sandeman, Fraser By Hook and by Crook. London: H. Sotheran & Co, 1892. 8vo, original cream cloth gilt; sold not subject to return (16) £350-400

117 Scottish History, a large collection including Buchanan, G. Rerum Scoticarum historia. Utrecht, 1668. 12mo, calf, joints split, repair to title verso; Drummond, W. The History of Scotland. 1681, engraved portraits, contemporary calf, neatly rebacked; Doddridge, P. Some Remarkable Passages in the Life of the Honourable Col. James Gardiner. Edinburgh, 1807. 12mo, modern quarter calf; Phipps, E.A. Memorials of Clutha. 1841. 8vo, lithographed plates, original cloth, slightly spotted, extremities worn; Lawson, J.P. The Comprehensive Gazetteer of Scotland. [c.1850]. 2 volumes, 8vo, plates, half calf; [Aberdeen, Earl of] Letters... addressed by contemporary statesmen to George, Earl of Aberdeen. 1851. 4to, modern half morocco gilt; Gordon, P. A Short Abridgement of Britane’s Distemper. Aberdeen, 1844. 4to, modern green half morocco gilt; Stevenson, Thomas G., publisher The Edinburgh Topographical, Traditional and Antiquarian Magazine. 1849. 8vo, one of 250 copies printed, plates, half morocco, rubbed; Johnston, George The Botany of the Eastern Borders. 1853. 8vo, vol. 1 only, original cloth; [Burt, Edward] Letters from a Gentleman in the North of Scotland. 1822. 2 vol., original cloth; [Holyrood] Historical and Descriptive Account of the Palace and Chapel-Royal of Holyroodhouse. 1826. 4to, engraved title and 8 engraved plates, all in proof state on India paper, large paper copy, half cloth, margins somewhat spotted; Ellice, E.C. Place-Names of Glengarry and Glenquich. 1931. Presentation copy with A.L.S. tipped in, original cloth; Baird, W. Annals of Duddingston and Portobello. 1898, original cloth; Salmon, T.J. Borrowstounness and District. 1913, original cloth; Innerleithen Alpine Club Principal Excursions of the. 1895, 8vo, presentation copy from the club, original cloth; Polson, Alexander Gairloch. Dingwall, 1920, 8vo, original cloth; St John. C. A Tour in Sutherlandshire. 1884, 2 volumes, 8vo, original cloth; Faujas de Saint Fond, B. A Journey through England and Scotland to the Hebrides in 1784. 1907, 2 vol., 8vo, one of 450 copies, original cloth; and others, similar; sold not subject to return £300-500 118 Scottish Law, 4 volumes, comprising The Laws and Acts of Parliament made by King James the First and his Royal Successors. Edinburgh, 1682; The Acts made in the First Parliament of our most High and Dread Soveraign Charles the First. Edinburgh, 1683; The Laws and Acts made in the First Parliament of our most High and Dread Soveraign James VII. Edinburgh, 1685. 3 volumes, 12mo., contemporary calf, volume 2 spine gilt, two spines neatly repaired, the last volume occasionally soiled and with a few repairs, blank corner of C4 torn away, & a few headlines shaved; Hope, Sir Thomas, of Craighall Minor Practicks, or a Treatise of the Scottish Law. Edinburgh: T. Ruddiman, 1726. First edition, 8vo, contemporary calf, joints neatly repaired, [ESTC T71745, collation seemingly omitting the title page] (4) £200-250 119 Speed, John [The Historie of Great Britaine.] [1641]. Third edition, folio, woodcuts in the text, lacking title and portrait, (beginning with dedication *3), contemporary calf, rebacked in 19th century, worn, [ESTC S4916], occasional minor tear, wormhole to index, mainly marginal, page 881/2 frayed with some loss of sidenotes £100-200

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120 Tyas, Robert - Panorama Tableau of the Procession at the Coronation of Queen Victoria, June 29, 1838, being an accurate Representation of that splendid Panorama. London: Robert Tyas, 1838. Folding hand-coloured aquatint panorama, 600cm x 11.6cm, folding into original green cloth covers, titled in gilt on upper cover, title label inside the front cover, covers a little worn at corners, strengthening verso at some folds, possibly lacking a few cms. of the panorama at the left edge, [not in Abbey] £300-400 121 Windsor, Edward, Duke of A King’s Story, the Memoirs of H.R.H. the Duke of Windsor, K.G. London: Cassell and Company, 1951. 8vo, number 62 of 250 signed copies, blue morocco gilt with Royal crest to upper cover and gilt doublures by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, slipcase, a little soiling to covers £700-800





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LITERATURE 122 A collection of classic literature Kipling, Rudyard Kim. London: Macmillan and Co., 1901. First edition, 8vo., 10 plates of illustrations, modern red quarter morocco with marbled boards, banded spine lettered and decorated in gilt, tissue guard intact, some light soiling throughout; Hardy, Thomas Jude the Obscure. London: Osgood, McIlvaine and Co., 1896. First edition, 8vo., map of Wessex, frontispiece etching by Henry Macbeth-Raeburn, modern decorated half calf with marbled boards, banded spine lettered and decorated in gilt, tissue guard intact; Shakespeare, William The Works. London: Jacob Tonson, 1709. 6 vols., 8vo., contains the full text (except 1 leaf as noted below) of all the plays, together with 6 others, 7 plates, later white half Japanese vellum with blue boards, soiling throughout, wear and tear to boards, some leaves detached, title-pages to vols. 1 and 5 missing, preliminaries to vol. 1 missing, vol. 4 pp.2029/30 missing; Pope, Alexander The Works of Homer. London: Martin and Bain, 1794. 7 vols., 12mo., 9 plates and a folding map, later green full straight-grain morocco, spines lettered and decorated in gilt, edges gilt, tissue guards intact, some handwritten annotations pencilled in margins (15) £300-400 123 Aldiss, Brian W., 7 First editions, comprising Space, Time and Nathaniel. Faber & Faber, 1957; Non-Stop. Faber & Faber, 1958, small stamp “24 Apr. 1958” to front free endpaper, head of dust-jacket spine rubbed; The Canopy of Time. Faber & Faber, 1959; Hothouse. Faber & Faber, 1962; The Saliva Tree. Faber & Faber, 1966; The Hand-Reared Boy. Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1970; A Soldier Erect. Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1971; all dust-jackets very slightly discoloured or soiled, and very slightly rubbed

126 Ballard, J.G. The Atrocity Exhibition. London, 1970. First edition, original blackcloth, top edges pink, dust-jacket spine a little soiled, not price-clipped £80-120 127 Boswell, James The Life of Samuel Johnson. London: T. Caddell... 1822. Four volumes, 8vo., original decorated full calf gilt, spines gilt, edges gilt, finely bound, light spotting throughout (4) £150-250 128 Burns, Robert Poems Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect. Edinburgh: William Creech, 1787. Second (first Edinburgh) edition, with “Boxburgh” on p. xxxvii and “stinking” on p. 263, 8vo, portrait, lacks half-title, contemporary crushed green morocco with gilt floral tooling to spine by Riviere, gilt doublures, occasional marginal chips and slight spotting, pp.xxix-xxx with small repair to upper margin, spine faded, a couple of small white marks to upper cover Provenance: Interesting gift inscription to James B. Louie from “his friend J ? Tod” to flyleaf, possibly early 20th century £300-400

£250-350 124 Ballard, J.G. The Drought. London: J. Cape, 1965. First edition, original grey-green cloth, dust-jacket very slightly discoloured, not price-clipped £350-450 125 Ballard, J.G. Crash. London: J. Cape, 1973. First edition, original blue cloth, dust-jacket not price-clipped £250-350


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129 Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de The History of the Valorous and Witty Knight Errant, Don Quixote of the Mancha. London: R. Scott, T. Basset, J. Wright, R. Chiswell, 1675. Small folio, eighteenth century panelled calf, rebacked retaining parts of eighteenth century spine, some browning and occasional dampstaining throughout, ff.72 repaired with some loss, a few small rust holes and wormholes, some affecting a few words and more significant towards the rear of the work [ESTC R11453] Provenance: Early ownership signature of E. Dolben to title, bookplate of James Affleck to paste-down endpaper £800-1,000

130 Chaucer, Geoffrey [Works.] London: John Kyngston for John Wight, 1561. Folio, lacking all leaves before Ciii (Bi-Cii supplied in facsimile), lacking 2Liii & iv (supplied in facsimile bound into front of book), contemporary calf, rebacked, red morocco gilt label to spine, ownership signature of Miss Spottiswoode to paste-down endpaper, some ink scribbles in an early hand, occasional light marginal dampstaining, a few running titles trimmed with slight loss, Cvi and final leaf both repaired, with some loss to text, marginal signature of ‘J. Madam’ to 3Hvi [ESTC S107207] £1,000-1,200

131 [Chaucer, Geoffrey] [Works, n.p., n.d., collation resembles ESTC S107023: The Workes of Geffray Chaucer... London: Rycharde Kele, [1550?]] Folio, 17th century panelled calf, lacks all leaves before B6 and after 3O5, lacking 3N1 & 3N6 (i.e. probably 28 leaves in total), many leaves replaced in manuscript facsimile, including title-page, facsimile pages signed and dated 1666, with title giving an inaccurate publication date of 1471, soiling and tears throughout with loss to text, joints split, covers worn, parts of spine lacking, sold not subject to return £600-900

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132 Coleridge, Hartley - [William Wordsworth - Edith Southey] Poems. Leeds: F.E. Bingley, & London: Baldwin and Cradock, 1833. First edition, first issue, 8vo, final leaf is an errata, yellow endpapers, binders ticket of D.D. Batten, Clapham Common, contemporary maroon morocco blindstamped & ruled to boards, gilt title label, g.e., worn to joints & extremities, with inserted between pages 34 & 35 a printed leaf titled “The Triad” by Wordsworth printed on pink paper & signed Edith Southey in lower margin Note: The sheet “The Traid” is probably the first sheet of a three leaf publication [only found in the British Library (London? 1860?] describing the virtues of the three daughters of the Lake Poets. The British Library copy of this leaf is white, whilst this copy is pink, suggesting that it may well have been issued as a broadside or slip ballad originating from different paper stocks. The printed fore-margin border of this leaf is not present suggesting it was originally slightly larger & has been trimmed for insertion into this volume. This leaf describes Edith Southey whilst the other two leaves, not present, eulogised the other Lake Poet daughters, Dora Wordsworth & Sara Coleridge. Each recongised the poem as a tribute to her. The first edition was published in The Keepsake in 1828 and was longer by 6 lines. The owner of this leaf, Mary Sanger, was born in the same year, 1804, as Edith Southey and they would have been well known to each other. On page 34 of the Poems (opposite the inserted leaf) is a charming Sonnet XXXIV “To a Lofty Beauty, from her Poor Kinsman” written by Hartley Coleridge in tribute to Edith Southey and so identified in the Index in pencil. However, within a year of publication of the Poems Edith May Southey (1804-71) had married John Wood Warter (1806-78) at Keswick, prolific author and close friend of Robert Southey who is best remembered for his editing of Southey material. This is an Association Copy which links the children of the Romantics. Hartley and Edith were cousins and knew each other well from an early age. Hartley Coleridge (1796-1849) was an English poet, biographer, essayist and teacher. He was the eldest son the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. His sister, Sara Coleridge, was a poet and translator. In the Autumn of 1800 Samuel Taylor Coleridge moved his wife and young son, Hartley, to the Lake District. They took a home in the Vale of Derwentwater, on the bank of the Greta River, about a mile from Greta Hall, Keswick, the future home of the poet Robert Southey, which was then being built. Hartley spent his early years in the care of Robert Southey at Greta Hall, which possessed the best library in the neighbourhood. In his time at school Hartley was in constant contact with William Wordsworth and his family. He pursued his English studies in Wordsworth’s library at Allan Bank in Grasmere, and continued to use the library after the Wordsworth family moved to Rydal Mount.


134 Conrad, Joseph Nostromo. A Tale of the Seaboard. London and New York: Harper & Brothers, 1904. 8vo., original cloth in modern morocco box, bookplate of ‘Maurice Headlam’ on front paste-down endpaper, endpaper torn slightly at front and back, mild spotting on title-page and advertisement £400-600

Mary Sanger (1804-90), née Calvert, was a childhood friend of Sara Coleridge and Dora Wordworth, the childrren of the Romantic Poets, who played together at Keswick. Whilst William Wordsworth & Mary Hutchinson (the previous generation) attended the same Infant School in Penrith, Mary was also a friend of Dorothy from their schooldays. Sara’s mother, Sarah, was Coleridge’s wife and her sister, Edith Fricker, was married to Southey, thus linking the female side of the Romantic Movement. £700-1,000 133 Collection of 8 Poetry volumes, including “MacDiarmid, Hugh” [Grieve, Christopher Murray] Sangschaw. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1925. First edition, original blue cloth; Muir, Edwin Collected Poems. 1952. First edition, inscribed to Flora [Grierson] & Joan [Shelmerdine] of the Samson Press, dust-jacket; Nicholson, Norman Five Rivers. 1945, 3rd impression, signed copy, dust-jacket; Auden, W.H. Homage to Clio. 1960, dust-jacket; Lowell, R. Life Studies. 1959; Lowell, R. The Dolphin. 1973, dust-jacket; De la Mare, W. The Burning-Glass. 1945, dust-jacket; Hill, G. Tenebrae. 1978, dust-jacket (8) £150-200


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140 Conrad, Joseph, 25 works including Tales of Unrest. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1898. First edition, 8vo, original cloth; [Idem] Typhoon and Other Stories. London: William Heinemann, 1903. First UK edition, 8vo, original cloth; and another copy; [Idem] The Mirror of the Sea. London: Methuen & Co., 1906. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, untrimmed; [Idem] A Set of Six. London: Methuen & Co, 1908. First edition, 8vo, original cloth; [Idem] Under Western Eyes. London: Methuen & Co., 1911. First edition, 8vo, original cloth; [Idem] The Rover. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1923. First UK edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust-jacket; [Idem] - G. Jean-Aubry Twenty Letters to Joseph Conrad. London: The First Editions Club, 1926. 12 small pamphlets in folding case, case split; and 17 others, full list available (25) £1,200-1,500


135 Conrad, Joseph Almayer’s Folly. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1895. First edition, 8vo., original vertically-ribbed green cloth, spine lettered in gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut, bookplate of “C. Forbes Charleston” on paste-down endpaper, spine slightly faded, a few marks to the binding £300-400 136 Conrad, Joseph An Outcast of the Islands. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1896. First edition, 8vo., original vertically-ribbed green cloth, spine lettered in gilt, top edge gilt, fore-edges uncut, minor abrasion to the binding £300-400 137 Conrad, Joseph Notes on My Books. London: William Heinemann, 1921. Limited edition, no. 69 of 250, signed by the author, original quarter Japanese vellum, faded spine, uncut on fore-edges and bottom

141 Cornwall, Bernard, 12 First editions; and 1 other, comprising: Sharpe’s Enemy. 1984; Sharpe’s Honour. 1984; Sharpe’s Regiment. 1986; Sharpe’s Siege, 1987; Sharpe’s Rifles. 1988; Sharpe’s Revenge. 1989; Sharpe’s Waterloo. 1990; Sharpe’s Tiger. 1997; Sharpe’s Triumph, 1988; Sharpe’s Fortress. 1999; Sharpe’s Trafalgar. 2000; Sharpe’s Prey. 2001; First editions, dust-jackets a trifle discoloured, a few slightly rubbed, none price-clipped, no inscriptions, text of earlier volumes slightly discoloured, a few volumes with a few spots; and Adkin, Mark The Sharpe Companion. 1998, dust-jacket (13) £300-400 142 [Crabbe, George] The Library. A Poem. London: Printed for J. Dodsley, 1781. First edition, 4to, 34pp. + final blank leaf, sewn as issued, uncut, green half morocco covers with cloth flaps, bookplates of Simon Nowell-Smith and Judith Adams Nowell-Smith, [ESTC T40881] £200-300 143 Dexter, Colin, 3 First editions, comprising The Riddle of the Third Mile. 1983; The Secret of Annexe 3. 1986; The Wench is Dead. 1989. First editions, Macmillan, original cloth, dustjackets not price clipped, no inscriptions, dust-jackets very slightly discoloured (3) £200-300

£150-250 138 Conrad, Joseph Lord Jim. Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1900. First edition, 8vo., original green flecked cloth, spine lettered in gilt with black floral motif, upper cover lettered in black with floral designs, corners slightly frayed, light spotting throughout £150-250 139 Conrad, Joseph Youth: A Narrative and Two Other Stories [Heart of Darkness; The End of the Tether]. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1902. First edition, second state (with adverts dated November 1902), original green cloth, bookplate of Lady Margory Binney, “Wodehouse 1904” in ink to freeendpaper, some foxing predominantly to initial and final leaves, slight splitting to joints at spine ends, some light wear, fading and rubbing to covers and spine £150-250 139

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144 Dickens, and others, 6 books comprising Dickens, Charles Dombey and Son. London: Bradbury and Evans, 1848. First edition in book form, ‘Captain’ misspelled on p.324, 8vo, frontispiece, 38 plates, without errata or half-title, contemporary straight grained morocco rebacked with modern spine, spotting; Walton, Izaak & Charles Cotton The Complete Angler... London: Henry G. Bohn, 1856. 8vo, original green cloth rebacked; Trollope, Anthony The Kellys and the O’Kellys. London: Chapman and Hall, 1873. New edition, 8vo, contemporary half morocco gilt; Jerome, Jerome K. Three Men in a Boat... Bristol: J.W. Arrowsmith, 1889. First edition, 8vo, later issue, original blue cloth; Kingsley, Charles The Water Babies... London: MacMillan and Co., 1898. Fourth edition, 7th impression, 8vo, original red cloth, gift inscription to half-title; Wells, H.G. The History of Mr. Polly. London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1910. First edition, 8vo, green cloth, spine label chipped (6)

soiling throughout; [Idem] Mudfog Papers and Other Contributions. London: Richard Bentley, 1837. Full modern calf gilt, 8vo., 2 plates by George Cruikshank, comprises extracts from Bentley’s Miscellany 1837 volumes 1 and 2 only; “Kyd” [Joseph Clayton Clarke] Character Sketches from Charles Dickens. London: Raphael Tuck & Sons, 1889. First edition, original cloth backed Victorian boards, gilt edges, a collection of 24 chromolithographs (4) £180-220

145 Dickens, Charles Little Dorrit. London: Bradbury and Evans, 1857. First edition, 8vo., 39 plates of illustrations by H.K. Browne, contemporary green half morocco, spine lettered in gilt with raised gilt banding, marbled edges, minor browning around edges of plates, corners worn, edges of spine worn; [Idem] Pickwick Papers. London: Chapman and Hall, 1837. First edition, 8vo., 43 plates of etchings by Seymour and Phiz, modern caramel full panelled morocco, spine lettered and embellished in gilt, edges gilt, hand-tooled gilt dentelles on inner front and rear covers, custom brown cloth slipcase, pp. 321-336 bound after p. 274, slight damage to spine; [Idem] The Mystery of Edwin Drood. London: Chapman and Hall, 1870. First edition, 8vo., engraved portrait by J.H. Baker, additional engraved vignette title-page and 12 plates by S.L. Fildes, bookplate of “E.H. Lamplugh, Christ’s Coll., Cam.”, contemporary half crimson calf, spine gilt and banded, edges gilt, tissue guard intact, some foxing throughout (3)

147 Dickens, Charles Martin Chuzzlewit. London: Chapman and Hall, 1844. First edition, 8vo., 38 plates, frontispiece, and vignette title-page illustrated by Phiz, later half calf with marbled boards, some foxing on title-page and plates, offsetting on reverse sides of plates, boards worn; [Idem] The Pickwick Papers. London: Chapman and Hall, 1837. Early issue first edition, 8vo., 41 plates, frontispiece and vignette title-page illustrated by Seymour and Phiz, with the exception of the plates opposite p.69 and p.74 which are illustrated by Buss, later full panelled calf, spine banded, lettered and decorated in gilt, marbled endpapers, spotting throughout, offsetting to title-page, cover slightly scuffed; [Idem] Dombey and Son. London: Bradbury and Evans, 1848. First edition, 8vo., with 38 plates, a frontispiece and a vignette title-page illustrated by H.K. Browne, later half calf with marbled boards, some mild dampstaining, cover worn; [Idem] Nicholas Nickleby. London: Chapman and Hall, 1839. First edition, 8vo., with 39 plates illustrated by Phiz and an engraved frontispiece of the author as a young man, later half calf, marbled endpapers, some slight soiling throughout, restored tears, edgeworn on base and spine (4)



146 Dickens, Charles Our Mutual Friend. London: Chapman and Hall, 1865. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo., 20 plates in each volume, original half calf rebacked with modern morocco spine, signatures of George and Charlotte Swanson on front free endpaper verso of vol. 1, worn edges, some light

148 Dickens, Charles The Works. London: Chapman & Hall, 1903. 19 volumes, 8vo, Biographical edition, plates by Phiz and others, tan half calf, cloth sides, t.e.g., bindings lightly marked



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149 Dictionary - Halliwell, James Orchard A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words. Brixton Hill: Printed for Private Circulation Only, 1852. 2 volumes in one, 4to, contemporary calf gilt, neatly rebacked, g.e. £70-100 150 Dumas, Alexandre Celebrated Crimes. London: H.S. Nichols, 1895. 8 volumes, 8vo, Library edition, photogravure plates, red half morocco gilt, t.e.g., others uncut £400-600 151 Encyclopaedia Britannica ...or, a Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature. Edinburgh: A. Bell and C. MacFarquhar, 1797. Third edition, 18 volumes, 4to, contemporary tree calf with red and black morocco gilt labels to spines; Encyclopaedia Britannica 3 volumes, 4to, a facsimile of the first edition, brown cloth gilt; sold not subject to return (21) £400-500 152 English Literature, a collection including Trollope, [Frances] The Barnabys in America. London: Henry Colburn, 1843. First edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, 9 plates, green half calf gilt; Shakespeare, William The Plays. London: C. and J. Rivington..., 1826. 8volumes, 8vo, contemporary blind-stamped calf with gilt labels to spines; Pepys, Samuel Memoirs... comprising his Diary from 1659 to 1669... London: Henry Colburn, 1828. Second edition, 5 volumes, 8vo, contemporary red half morocco, bookplates, some browning, volume 1 covers a little wormed; [Ferrier, Miss] The inheritance. Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1824. 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf, morocco gilt labels to spines; Butler, Samuel The Genuine Remains... London: J. and R. Tonson, 1759. 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf; [Rowe, Elizabeth Singer] Friendship in Death... Dublin: Edward Exshaw, 1738. 8vo, part 2 dated 1835, contemporary calf; Beattie, James The Minstrel... London: John Sharpe, 1816. 12mo, attractive red morocco gilt; Byron Poems... London: Florence Press, Chatto & Windus, 1923. 8vo, number 20 of 260 copies on hand-made paper, original half Japanese vellum, bookplate; Bunyan, John The Pilgrim’s Progress... London: Cassell & Co. Ltd. [n.d.] 8vo, 27 parts in original wrappers; Fleming, Ian The Spy Who Loved Me. London: Jonathan Cape, 1962. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dustjacket chipped and torn; and 18 others, sold not subject to return (70) £500-600 153 First and other editions, 62 volumes, including Waterhouse, Keith Billy Liar. 1959; Kirkup, James. Sorrows, Passions and Alarms. 1959, dustjacket; Huxley, Aldous Brave New World Revisited. 1959, dust-jacket; Huxley, A. Island. 1962; Kerouac, Jack On the Road. 1960, 4th impression, dust-jacket; Thomas, Hugh The Oxygen Age. 1958; Hartley, L.P. Two for the River. 1961;Kerouac, Jack The Subterraneans. London, 1960; Clarke, Arthur C. 2001 A Space Odyssey. London, 1968; Burgess, Anthony The Wanting Seed. 1962; Murdoch, Iris. Bruno’s Dream. 1969; The Italian Girl. 1964; The Nice and the Good. 1968, mostly first editions, dust-jackets slightly soiled and/or slightly rubbed; and 49 others (62) £500-800 154 Fleming, Ian Thunderball. London: Jonathan Cape, 1961. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust-jacket not price-clipped but slightly chipped in a couple of places with one short closed tear; [Idem] You Only Live Twice. London: Jonathan Cape, 1964. First edition, 8vo, original cloth gilt, dust-jacket price-clipped, gift inscription to free-endpaper; [Idem] The Man with the Golden Gun. London: Jonathan Cape, 1965. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust-jacket (3) £300-400

155 Fleming, Ian, 7 books Live and Let Die. London: Jonathan Cape, 1972. 8vo, original cloth, dustjacket price-clipped; [Idem] Moonraker. London: Jonathan Cape, 1958. Later issue, 8vo, original cloth, dust-jacket chipped; [Idem] The Spy who Loved Me. London: Jonathan Cape, 1962. Third impression, 8vo, original cloth, dust-jacket with price torn off and a few minor chips; [Idem] On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. [London: Jonathan Cape, n.d.] 8vo, dustjacket torn, title-page lacking, hinges split, worn; [Idem] You Only Live Twice. London: Jonathan Cape, 1964. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust-jacket price-clipped, some slight chipping and discolouration to jacket; [Idem] The Man with the Golden Gun. London: Jonathan Cape, 1965. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust-jacket a little bumped; Amis, Kingsley The James Bond Dossier. London: Jonathan Cape, 1965. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust-jacket slightly bumped and darkened (7) £500-600 156 French Literature, mostly leather bindings, 42 books, including Volney, Constantin François, Comte de Oeuvres. Paris: Bossange Frères, 1821. 8 volumes, 8vo, frontispiece, 22 plates and maps, contemporary tree calf gilt with red morocco labels to spine, bookplates; Riouffe, H.J. Mémoires sur les Prisons. Paris: Badouin Frères, 1823. 2 volumes, 8vo, uniformly bound with the last, bookplates; Rabelais, François Works, translated by Sir Thomas Urquhart... Edinburgh: The Maitland Club/ Thomas G. Stevenson, 1838. 4to, letter from publisher (Stevenson) pasted by corner to endpaper, contemporary half morocco; Laveaux, J. C. Nouveau Dictionnaire de la Langue Française. Paris: Chez Deterville, 1820. 2 volumes, 4to, contemporary tree calf gilt with red morocco gilt labels to spines; Cohen, Henry Guide de l’Amateur de Livres a Gravures du XVIIIe Siècle. Paris: Chez P. Roquette, 1886. 5th edition, 8vo, contemporary crushed brown half morocco with elaborate gilt tooling to spine; Lafayette, Madame de La Princesse de Clèves. [Paris?:] Gilbert Poilliot, 1945. 8vo, illustrated and edited by François Salvat, original loose boards, slipcase; and 27 others, sold not subject to return (42) £350-400 157 Gaelic works, 7 books, including Macfarlane, P. Co’-Chruinneachadh de Dh’orain Agus de Luinneagaibh Thaghta Ghae’lach... Dun-Eudainn [Edinburgh]: C. Stewart, 1813. [A Choice Collection of Gaelic Poems...] 12mo, contemporary half calf, neatly rebacked; Colquhoun, John - Buttar, Patrick An T-slighe... Duneidin [Edinburgh]: A. Balfour, 1826. 12mo, contemporary calf with gilt tooling to spine; MacDonald, Alexander [MacDomhnuill, Alistair] Orain Ghaelich. An nuadh Oranaiche Gaidhealach... Glasgow: James Duncan, 1802. Third edition of MacDonald’s Ais-Eiridh na Sean-Chanoin Albannaich..., second impression with “junior Bookseller, Saltmarket” to title-page, 12mo, later morocco; [MacCallum, Duncan, editor] CoChruinneacha Dhan, Orain, &c. &c. [A Collection of Original Poems, Songs, &c.] Inbhirnis [Inverness]: Seumais Friseal, 1821. 8vo, modern quarter calf gilt; Gillies, John [Gillies, Eoin] A Collection of Ancient and Modern Gaelic poems and Songs... [Dain, agus Orain Ghaidhealach do Reir Ordubh Dhaoin Uaisle]. Perth, 1786. 8vo, second variation of Gaelic title-page according to MacLean, contemporary calf; MacFarlan, Robert [Raibeird Mac Pharlain] Nuadh Fhoclair Gaidhlig agus Beurla... [A New Alphabetical Vocabulary, Galic and English...] Dun-Eaduin [Edinburgh]: Printed for the Author by John Moir, and sold by John Ogle, 1795. 8vo, contemporary tree calf; Henderson, George, editor Memoirs of a Highland Gentleman, being the Reminiscences of Evander MacIver of Scourie... Edinburgh: T. and A. Constable, 1905. 4to, photogravure frontispiece, title photograph and 6 plates, original red quarter morocco (7) £500-600

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158 Geddes, Patrick - Evergreen The Evergreen, a Northern Seasonal. Edinburgh: P. Geddes, 1895. 4 volumes, large 8vo, illustrations by C.H. Mackie, R. Burns, J. Duncan &c., original coloured and blindstamped calf, occasional slight marginal discolouration to Autumn, slightly rubbed, foot of spine of Winter worn £200-300 159 Gibbons, Stella, a collection Westwood or the Gentle Powers. London: Longmans &c., 1946, first edition, presentation copy from Stella to “Beth” [Elizabeth Daw], dustjacket faded, rubbed and slightly soiled, text somewhat spotted; [Idem] Ticky. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1943, first edition, presentation copy to Beth Daw, dust-jacket rubbed and slightly soiled, endpapers spotted; [Idem] My American. London: Longmans &c., reprinted 1941, presentation copy to Beth Daw, original cloth, rubbed and soiled; Idem] Cold Comfort Farm. 1938, Penguin paperback, signed by Stella on endpaper, very worn and soiled, crudely rebacked; [Idem] The Bachelor. London: Longmans &c., 1944. First edition, presentation copy to Elizabeth Daw, dust-jacket worn with loss and soiled; [Idem] The Bachelor. 1944. First edition, signed by the author, with later inscription to someone else, rubbed and very soiled; [Idem] Beside the Pearly Water. P. Nevill, 1954. First edition, presentation copy to Mac Beth, dust-jacket worn with loss and soiled, endpapers stained; with 14 A.L.S. to Elizabeth Daw, signed as Stella or Stella Webb and 3 T.L.S., 1944-45, mostly family news, one briefly referring to The Bachelor going off to the printer, one outlining the idea of Westwood”, one referring to its success “will have sold 30,000 copies by the time the next edition is through!”, and to The Matchmaker, 19 Oakeshott Av., Highgate or Beke Hall Lodge, Billinsgshurst Note: The letters are addressed to Miss Elizabeth Daw of Wortley Farm, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, the farm belonging to Elizabeth’s Beth’s - parents. The inscription at the beginning of Westwood reads “Dear Beth from Stella - to be read in the Little Room, Wortley, where part of it was written, summer, 1944, Oct. 21 1946”. Family tradition has it that Cold Comfort Farm was partly inspired by Wortley Farm. Provenance: From Elizabeth Daws to her daughter Mrs Janet Brown, the vendor. £250-350 160 Golding, William Lord of the Flies. London: Faber & Faber, 1954. First edition, 8vo., original red cloth, dustwrapper bit rubbed & frayed with slight loss at head of spine, several short tears, spine discoloured

163 Greene, Graham, and other authors, 30 books Our Man in Havana. London: Heinemann, 1958. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust-jacket; [Idem] A burnt-out Case. London: Heinemann, 1961. First English language edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust-jacket priceclipped; and another copy, covers soiled on both books; [Idem] The Honorary Consul. London: The Bodley Head, 1973. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust-jacket, ownership signature to endpaper; [Idem] The Comedians. New York: Viking Press, 1966. 8vo, original cloth; MacLean, Alistair The Guns of Navarone. London: Collins, 1957. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust-jacket a little chipped and worn, author’s signature to title-page, ownership signature to free-endpaper; [Idem] H.M.S. Ulysses. London: Collins, 1955. First edition, 8vo, dust-jacket torn; and 6 other first editions by MacLean; Francis, Dick Enquiry. London: Michael Joseph, 1969. First edition, 8vo, some tears to dust-jacket; Shute, Nevil The Rainbow and the Rose. London: Heinemann, 1958. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, some tears to dust-jacket; McEwan, Ian Black Dogs. London: Jonathan Cape, 1992. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dustjacket; and 14 others, sold not subject to return (30) £200-300 164 James VI and I, King The King’s Quair, a Poem. Air: Printed by Wilson & Paul, 1815. 8vo, contemporary calf, rebacked; James VI and I, King The Kingis Quair, together with A Ballad of Good Counsel. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1911, 8vo, folding facsimiles; Gau, John The Richt Vay to the Kingdom of Heuine. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1888, the last two original quarter maroon morocco, lightly rubbed; [Colley, Cibber] The Tragical History of King Richard III. London: sold by the Booksellers, [c.1765], 12mo, frontispiece; bound with 3 others, old calf, rebacked, rubbed (4) £100-150 165 Johnson, Samuel The Works of the English Poets. London: for C. Bathurst [&c.], 1779-80. 55 of 58 volumes, 8vo, lacking volumes 17, 28, 49; Prefaces Biographical and Critical, to the Works of the English Poets. 1779-81, 9 of 10 volumes, 8vo, lacking volume 3, engraved portraits, contemporary calf morocco labels, a little rubbed (64) Note: The portrait of Johnson is bound at the beginning of volume 1 of the Poets. £700-900

£700-900 161 Golding, William - 3 First editions, comprising The Inheritors. Faber & Faber, 1955; Pincher Martin. Faber & Faber, 1956; Free Fall, 1959, first editions, original cloth, dust-jackets a bit frayed, spines very slightly discoloured, not price clipped (3) £350-550 162 Graves, Robert Goodbye to all that. London: J. Cape, 1929. First edition, first issue, 8vo, original red cloth, dust-jacket frayed and worn with loss to head of spine & upper & lower covers, slight soiling £300-400


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166 Johnson, Samuel The Works...with an Essay on his Life and Genius, by Arthur Murphy. London, 1816. 12 volumes, 8vo; Boswell, James The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. London, 1816. 4 volumes, 8vo; [Idem] The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson. London, 1813. 8vo; Johnson, Samuel, attr. Sermons, on Different Subjects, attributed to Samuel Johnson, LL.D. and left for Publication by John Taylor... London, 1812. Fifth edition, 8vo; [Idem] Prayers and Meditations... London, 1807. Fourth edition, 8vo; [Idem] Letters to and from the Late Samuel Johnson, LL.D., to which are added Some Poems never before printed, published from the Original MSS. in her Possession by Hester Lynch Piozzi. London, 1788. 2 volumes, 8vo; a total of 21 volumes, uniformly bound in contemporary calf, black morocco gilt labels to spines, lacking some labels, some foxing, bookplates, one board detached, bindings rubbed and chipped, sold not subject to return (21) £150-200 167 Literature and Art, 11 books, including Shakespeare, William and Gustave Doré Shakespeare, William The Tragedie of MacBeth. London, 1889. Folio, illustrated by J. Moyr Smith, number 108 of 125 copies signed by the illustrator, original blue cloth gilt; Milton, John - Gustave Doré Paradise Lost. London: Cassell & Company, [n.d.]. 4to, late 19th century half calf, ownership signature to endpaper; Cervantes - Gustave Doré The History of Don Quixote. London: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, [n.d.] 4to, red half calf, gift inscription to flyleaf; Doré, Gustave The Doré Gallery. London: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, [n.d.], 2 volume, folio, maroon half morocco gilt, some foxing, chipping, soiling and rubbing; De QuevedoVillegas, Francisco Pablo de Segovia. The Spanish Sharper. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1892. Large 4to, illustrations by Daniel Vierge, vellum gilt with red morocco gilt labels to spines; Bruyère, Jean de la The “Characters” of Jean de la Bruyère... London: John C. Nimmo, 1885. 8vo, original quarter Japanese vellum; and 4 others (11) £200-300 168 Literature, a collection of 48 volumes, including La Harpe, J.F. Lycée de Cours de Littérature. Paris, 1834. 2 volumes, large 8vo, red morocco backed boards; Racine, J. Oeuvres. Paris, 1881. 8vo, vellum gilt; Bedollierre, E. de la Soirées d’hiver. Paris, 1839. 8vo, calf gilt; Lamb, Charles The Letters. London: E. Moxon, 1837. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, frontispieces, original cloth, spines gilt, spines faded; Boaden, James Memoirs of the Life of John Philip Kemble. London, 1825. 2 volumes, 8vo, frontispiece, contemporary half calf; [Tayler, C.B.] May you Like it. London, 1823. 2 volumes, 12mo, frontispieces, contemporary half calf; Brown, Thomas The Fudge Family in Paris. London, 1818. 12mo, contemporary half calf gilt; and a quantity of others (48)

171 [MacTaggart, Ann] Memoirs of a Gentlewoman of the Old School. London: Hurst, Chance, and Co., 1830. 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf gilt, bookplates of Francis Frederick Fox, a little light foxing, some rubbing to covers and spines (2) Note: Rare. Copac lists only one copy, in the British Library. The memoirs of a female descendent of an old Scottish family, The Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences for the year 1830 writes a rather disparaging review of the work: Truly the prduction of an elderly lady, - gossipings of some fifty years ago, to which affection might listen in a family circle, but little likely to attract the public £200-300 172 Miller, Henry Sexus, the Rosy Crucifixion. Tokyo: Keimeisha, [n.d.] 2 volumes, 8vo, original card wrappers; Plexus, the Rosy Crucifixion. Paris: The Olympia Press, [n.d. but 1953]. 2 volumes, 8vo, number 1333 (vol. 1) and 1288 (vol. 2) of two thousand copies, original paper-covered card wrappers (4) £100-150 173 Milton, John Paradise Lost [Paradise Regain’d... to which is added Samson Agonistes and Poems upon Several Occasions]. Birmingham: John Baskerville, 1760. 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary speckled calf with red and green morocco gilt labels to spines, “The Life of Milton” bound with volume 1, some light browning, joints and covers slightly rubbed (2) Provenance: Subscriber’s copy with the signature of West Hyde, with the date and “Subscribed for in 1757” to each title-page. Subscriber’s list in volume 1 listing West Hyde Esq. as “of the 1st Regm. of Guards”. £200-300 174 O’Brian, Patrick Master & Commander. London: Collins, 1970. First edition, original blue cloth, dustwrapper slightly soiled (especially spine), not price clipped, very slight wear at extremities £250-350

£100-200 169 MacDonald, George Works of Fancy and Imagination. London: Chatto & Windus, 1891. 10 volumes, 12mo, contemporary half calf, black morocco lettering pieces £120-180 170 MacFarlane, Peter Co’-Chruinneachadh de Dh’orain Agus de Luinneagaibh Thaghta Ghae’lach... Dun-Eudainn [Edinburgh]: C. Stewart, 1813. [A Choice Collection of Gaelic Poems...] 12mo, contemporary calf, rubbing to boards, hinges split, 7 copies listed on Copac £80-120


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179 Private Press, 52 books comprising The Temple Shakespeare. London: J.M. Dent & Co., 1895-1897. 40 volumes, 12mo, original red cloth with gilt lettering to spines; Cervantes, Miguel de - Daniel Vierge, illustrator The History of the Valorous and Witty Knight-Errant Don Quixote of the Mancha. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1906. 4 volumes, large 8vo, green cloth with red morocco gilt labels to spine in original box; Symonds, John Addington, translator The Life of Benvenuto Cellini. [Vale Press], 1900. 2 volumes, 4to, original quarter cloth with blue boards and paper labels to upper covers, one of 310 copies; Boccaccio, Giovanni - J.M. Rigg, translator The Decameron. London, 1920. 2 volumes, 8vo; [Idem] - John Payne, translator London: Villon Society, 1886. 3 volumes, 8vo; Hickes, Francis - William Strang - J.B. Clark Aubrey Beardsley Lucian’s True History. London: A.H. Bullen, 1902; sold not subject to return (52) £200-300 180 Rankin, Ian The Flood. Edinburgh: Polygon, 1986. First edition, 8vo, original paper wrappers, slight darkening to lower cover £150-200 175

175 O’Brian, Patrick H.M.S. Surprise. London: Collins, 1973. First edition, original brown cloth, dustwrapper very lightly soiled, not price clipped

181 Roche, Maria Regina The Munster Cottage Boy. London: A.K. Newman & Co., 1820. First edition, 4 volumes, 12mo, inscribed at head of titles “J.M. Passon, the Gift of her Uncle G. Webb”, contemporary calf, gilt Note: Rare, only 8 copies traced on COPAC. £2,000-3,000

£150-200 176 O’Brian, Patrick, 6 First editions, comprising The Mauritius Command. 1977; Desolation Island. 1978; The Fortune of War. 1979; The Surgeon’s Mate, 1980; The Ionian Mission, 1981; Treason’s Harbour. 1983; original cloth, dust-jackets not price clipped, no inscriptions, small tear to head of spine of Desolation Island, dustjackets very slightly discoloured £300-500 177 Orwell, George Nineteen Eighty-Four. London: Secker & Warburg, 1949. First edition, 8vo., modern green full morocco gilt, spine lettered in gilt with raised gilt banding, edges gilt, gilt doublures £200-300 178 Ovidius Naso, Publius Ovid’s Metamorphosis Englished, Mythologiz’d and Represented in Figures. Oxford: John Lichfield, 1632. Folio, [18], 549; translated by George Sandys, additional engraved title, portrait and 15 engraved plates, contemporary calf, spine repaired at head and base, bookplate of Sir Stafford H. Northcote Bart., frontispiece laid down before 1662 (inscribed Matt Hele, 1662), slight splitting to joints, 3 pages with very small holes (61, 161, 415) £300-500


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182 Scott, Sir Walter, 29 volumes Tales of my Landlord. Edinburgh/London: William Blackwood/John Murray, 1816-1832. 16 volumes, first editions, 12mo, series 1-4, halftitles and no fly titles as called for in series 1, second series lacking halftitle in volume 1, half-titles and fly titles otherwise present, third series with half-titles to volumes 1 & 2 only, all fly titles present, fourth series without half-titles and fly titles present in volumes 2-4 only, series 1-3 uniformly bound in green half-calf gilt, series 4 similarly bound with floral gilt tooling, bookplates; [Idem] Rob Roy. Edinburgh, 1818. 3 volumes, 12mo, half-titles, contemporary red half calf, bookplates; [Idem] The Monastery. Edinburgh, 1820. First edition, 12mo, 3 volumes, contemporary red half calf gilt, without half-titles, inscription to volume 1; [Idem] Quentin Durward. Edinburgh, 1823. First edition, 12mo, halftitles, contemporary half calf, bookplates; [Idem] Tales of the Crusaders. Edinburgh, 1825. 4 volumes, 12mo, half-titles, contemporary half calf; sold not subject to return (29) £300-400 183 Small collection of 17 modern first & early editions, comprising Forster, E.M. Alexandria. Alexandria: Whitehead Morris, 1922. First edition, 3 folding maps (1 in pocket at end), frontispiece, original boards, initials of A[rchibald] C[lark] K[err], 1923, to endpapers, boards somewhat spotted, upper hinge broken; Forster, E.M. Aspects of the Novel. E. Arnold, 1927. First edition, initials of A[rchibald] C[lark] K[err], Guatemala, 1927, to endpaper, original cloth, somewhat discoloured; James, M.R. The Five Jars. E. Arnold, 1922, original cloth, inscription to endpaper; Dunsany, Lord My Talks with Dean Stanley. 1936, original cloth, frayed dust-jacket; Waugh, E. Decline and Fall. 1930. 5th Impression, dust-jacket frayed & spine faded; Lehmann, John Forty Poems. Hogarth Press, 1952. Presentation copy to Archie Clark Kerr, faded and slightly nicked dustjacket; Orwell, George Nineteen Eighty-Four. 1949. First edition, owner’s inscription on endpaper, original cloth, spine faded, binding a bit spotted; Powell, A. The Kindly Ones. 1962, dust-jacket spine discoloured; Casanova’s Chinese Restaurant. 1960, dust-jacket discoloured; Isherwood, Christopher Lions and Shadows. 1938, presentation copy to unnamed recipient (but almost certainly Sir Archibald Clark-Kerr) “with thanks, once again, for our wonderful visit, Christopher, July 1938”, endpaper partly discoloured, frayed and discoloured dust-jacket; and 6 others (17) £500-700 184 Southey, Robert - [Katharine Southey] Oliver Newman: A New England Tale (Unfinished), with other Poetical Remains. London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1845. 12mo, presentation copy with half-title inscribed “Mrs Stanger from her grateful friend Katharine Southey”, contemporary calf by Charles Thurnam, Binder, Carlisle, blind and gilt decoration to spine and boards, lacking spine labels, slightly rubbed Note: From the library of Mrs Sanger (née Mary Calvert). Katharine was ten years younger than Mary Stanger. Mary had played with Sara & Dora, the children of Wordworth and Coleridge, at Keswick, and this copy thus links the female side of the Romantic Poets. The book is dedicated to William and Mary Wordsworth. £300-500


185 Stevenson, Robert Louis, and Joseph Conrad - Two Sets Stevenson, R.L. The Works. London, 1922. Swanston edition, 25 volumes, 8vo., number 2034 of 2060 copies, plates, orignal red cloth, t.e.g., slightly spotted, spines lightly faded, odd mark to cloth; Conrad, Joseph The Works. Edinburgh: J. Grant, 1925. 19 (of 20) volumes, frontispieces, original blue cloth gilt, occasional spotting; and 9 later edition Conrad volumes (53) £150-250 186 Thucydides Eight Bookes of the Peloponnesian Warre... interpreted with Faith and Diligence Immediately out of the Greeke by Thomas Hobbes. London: Richard Mynne, 1634. Folio, [16], 536, [10], engraved title by Thomas Cecill, folding map hand-coloured in outline, 2 plates, lacking 2 maps, the map laid down, a few leaves with marginal repairs, pp.46/47 stained, a few marginal tears (63/64), CC4 torn without loss, p. 351/352 torn with loss (supplied in facsimile), pp.353-357 with loss of fore-margin; inscription of Maurice Boreland (?) of Magdelene College in 1677 & W. Selwin, 1741; bookplate of James Abercromby, contemporary calf, lightly rubbed, [ESTC S117706] £300-400

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187 Walter Scott and R.L. Stevenson, 2 sets, comprising Works. London, W. Heinemann, 1924. 30 volumes, Skerryvore edition, original maroon buckram, spines lettered gilt, t.e.g.; Scott, Sir Walter Waverley Novels. Edinburgh: R. Cadell, 1842-47, 12 volumes, large 8vo, Abbotsford edition, steel engraved plates, wood-engraved titles, illustrations, original pictorial cloth gilt, a few spots but a very good bright set (42) £200-250 188 Williams, Tennessee A Streetcar Named Desire. London: John Lehmann, 1949. First UK edition, 8vo, original green cloth, dust-jacket, gift inscription and booksellers’ pencil marks to free endpaper, some slight and occasional internal soiling, a little soiling and fading to covers, dust-jacket priceclipped with some chips and a little soiling; [Idem] Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. London: Secker & Warburg, 1956. First UK edition, 8vo, original blue cloth, dust-jacket, booksellers’ pencil marks to free endpaper, a little internal foxing, some bumping and very slight chipping to dustjacket, dust-jacket a little soiled, reverse browned (2) £100-150 189 Wordsworth, William - [Fenwick, Isabella] A Guide through the District of the Lakes in the North of England. Fifth Edition, with considerable additions. Kendal: Hudson & Nicholson, 1835. 12mo, presentation copy from the author, inscribed “To Thomas Thorp Esq. as a slight token of esteem and regard from William Wordsworth, Trin. Coll. Cambridge, June 4th 1839”, folding engraved map, contemporary calf, spine gilt, single gilt fillet on sides, a trifle rubbed

Note: Mary Stanger (1804-90), née Calvert, was a childhood friend of Sara Coleridge and Dora Wordworth, the children of the Romantic poets, who played together at Keswick. Whilst William Wordsworth & Mary Hutchinson (the previous generation) attended the same infant school in Penrith, Mary was also a friend of Dorothy from schooldays. Sara’s mother, Sarah, was Coleridge’s wife and her sister, Edith Fricker, was married to Southey thus linking the female isde of the Romantic Movement. Mary (Huchinson) Wordworth’s (1770-1859) inscription to Katharine Southey is both charming and familiar and Katharine’s signature is strong and firm being not yet 40 whilst Mary would have been 78 years old. Dr Lietch, the local Doctor from Keswick was known to Thomas Carlyle’s brother Jack (Dr John Aitken) and presumably attended the Lakeland Poets during his long career. This volume was puchased, in a box, from a house clearance in June 2015, originating in Keswick. Mary Stanger, the final recipient of this book was née Calvert and the box would appear to have been in the possession of the family Moorsom of Keswick. At the time of Mary’s inscription Wordworth would have only two years to live, at Rydal Mount. Southey had died in 1843 and Coleridge in 1834. De Quincey, the great biographer of the Lake District Poets, was to die in the same year as Mary Wordsworth, 1859. Katharine appears never to have married. £800-1,200

Provenance: Henry Taylor (1800-1886), English dramatist and poet, official, and well-connected man of letters, met William Wordsworth and Robert Southey on a visit to the Lake District in 1823. Jane Taylor had a first cousin Isabella Fenwick (1783–1856), and it was Henry Taylor who introduced her to the Wordsworth family. Isabella Fenwick (1783–1856) was the daughter of Nicholas Fenwick, of Lemmington Hall, Edlingham, near Alnwick in Northumberland, and his wife Dorothy Forster, who was the first cousin of Henry Taylor’s step-mother. Taylor’s tribute to his cousin’s mind and character and his account of her relations with the Wordsworths are found in his Autobiography of Henry Taylor, (2 vols; London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1885). £1,000-1,500 190 Wordsworth, William - [Mary Wordsworth - Katharine Southey] A Guide Through the District of the Lakes, in the North of England. Kendal: Hudson & Nicholson, 1835. Fifth edition, small 8vo, presentation copy inscribed at head of title page “Katharine Southey, with the affec. love of M. Wordsworth, 18th June 1848” and signed “K. Southey, Rydal Mount, 1848” at foot of title. Also inscribed on endpaper “Mary Stanger, Fieldside, May 1873, Given to me by Dr. Lietch”, and inscribed in ink to the head of the front free endpaper “Bought at Miss Southey’s sale at Laithewaite Cottage, August 1864, D.L., presented by Mrs Wordsworth to Miss Southey at Rydal Mount on the 18th June 1848”, folding map (torn without loss), original purple cloth, remnants of printed paper title label to spine, cloth worn and faded, corners bumped and spine split with loss to lower bottom half 190

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191 Wyndham, John The Midwich Cuckoos. London: Michael Joseph, 1957. First edition, original black cloth, dust-jacket slightly soiled and slightly rubbed chiefly at head of spine, not price clipped, no inscriptions, free endpapers browned £200-300 192 Wyndham, John. 5 First editions, comprising: Jizzle. London: Dennis Dobson, 1954, dust-jacket a bit rubbed and soiled, with slight loss top right corner, two closed tears to lower wrapper, price clipped but with 13/6 price label superimposed on price on flap; The Seeds of Time. London: Michael Joseph, 1956, not price clipped; The Outward Urge. London: Michael Joseph, 1959, date stamp ‘1032 Jan 59’ at head of free endpaper, not price clipped, three closed tears to upper wrapper; Trouble with Lichen. London: Michael Joseph, 1960, not price clipped, dust-jacket slightly rubbed and soiled, slight discolouration and slight crease to front free endpaper; Wyndham, J, Golding, W. and M. Peake Sometime, Never, three tales of imagination. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1956, dust-jacket slightly soiled and spotted (5) £150-250 193 Yeats, William Butler The Winding Stair and Other Poems. London: Macmillan and Co., 1933. First edition, 8vo, 1 of 2000 copies, original green cloth by T. Sturge Moore, spine decorated and lettered in gilt, fore and bottom edges uncut, dust jacket lightly nicked at head and tail of spine, erratum slip on page 85 £400-500 194 Yeats, William Butler Last Poems and Two Plays. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1939. First edition, 4to, limited edition of 500, original cloth, bookplate of Milton McC. Gatch on paste-down endpaper £150-250


195 Yeats, William Butler, a collection of 6 volumes Plays for an Irish Theatre. London & Stratford-upon-Avon: A.H. Bullen, 1911. 8vo., 4 plates by Gordon Craig with tissue guards, original cloth, uncut, front free endpaper is missing; [Idem] The King of the Great Clock Tower. Commentaries and Poems. Dublin: Cuala Press, 1934. First edition, 4to, 1 of 400 copies, original cloth, some light spotting around the margins; [Idem] The Tower. London: Macmillan and Co., 1928. First edition, 8vo., original full gilt calf, bookplate of Milton McC. Gatch on paste-down endpaper; [Idem] Wheels and Butterflies. London: Macmillan and Co., 1934. 8vo., original green gilt cloth and dust jacket; [Idem] Per Amica Silentia Lunae. London: Macmillan and Co., 1918. First edition, 8vo., 1 of 1500 copies, original blue gilt cloth with dust jacket; [Idem] Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry. London: Walter Scott, 1888. 8vo., original red cloth gilt (6) £400-500

MANUSCRIPTS 196 Aldhouse, Reginald, a collection of typescripts The Crooked Mile. London: Robert Hale Limited, 1952, uncorrected copy, 256pp., 21 x 16.5cm; Joe An apparently unpublished typescript, 312 uncorrected typed leaves submitted to Robert Sommerville, London, literary, dramatic and film agent, in two folders; Leopards at Quayle An apparently unpublished typescript dated in manuscript May 1945-March 1946, 349 typed leaves with occasional manuscript corrections, bound into a hard-backed folder; Leopards at Quayle The same work submitted to Robert Sommerville, occasional manuscript corrections, in two folders, with the name ‘Reginald Merry’ to upper covers; Sullivan The second half of an apparently unpublished typescript, ff.166-340, occasional manuscript corrections, submitted to Robert Sommerville, in folder; and a large collection of loose papers (quantity) Note: Reginald Aldhouse wrote two published novels: Love to Miriam Jolifant, 1950, and The Crooked Mile, 1952. This collection seems mainly to comprise of unpublished typescripts by Aldhouse. £200-300

197 Ceres, Fife, Scotland Wood, John W. Ceres Races. Cupar: Printed for the author, 1873. 141 manuscript pp., 8vo, contemporary red half morocco, ‘CERES RACES’ tooled in gilt to upper cover, seemingly a copy of John Wood’s published work of the same name, writer unknown £200-400

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198 Bengal, Bihar & Orissa - A wedding invitation to the marriage of Ahmad Ali Khan, son of Babar Ali Khan, Nawab of Bengal Invitation to Dr Ranken and his wife, Agnes Ranken [née Lady Agnes Allan] to the marriage of Mirza Ahmad Ali Khan Bahadur, 19th century, gold leaf and paint on red paper, 28 x 16cm, accompanied by an addressed sheath envelope, with a typed translation £300-500

199 Dickens, Charles - Smith, Arthur; Mackay, Charles - Scottish Readings Tour 1858 Autograph signature of Charles Dickens, dated Sixth October 1858, and also dated Perth October 6th 1858, on slip 12.5 x 3cm; Smith, Arthur, [Charles Dicken’s Tour Manager], [Reading Ticket] Envelope inscribed “Dear Sir, Please send the enclosed to Aberdeen by Train, Faithfully, Arthur Smith, Sept 8th”, envelope with blue printed motif on rear “Mr Charles Dickens’s Readings”; Mackay, Arthur (1814-89; author and journalist who worked with Dickens on the Morning Chronicle and the Daily News) Clipped signature “Yours truly, Chas. Mackay”, 4 x 9cm, pasted onto a piece of paper Note: Collection of interconnected items relating to Dickens Scottish Readings of 1858. Arthur Smith was Dickens’s Tour Manager from 1858 to 1861; Charles Mackay, a lifelong friend of Dickens born in Perth, was a renowned Scottish poet and publisher in his own right and was the sub editor on the Morning Chronicle (the editor of which was George Hogarth, father of Catherine, later to become Dickens’s wife) for which Dickens worked as a Parliamentary reporter. It is surely no coincidence that Perth figures on Dickens’s first Scottish Tour and the Dickens signature in his own hand notes it, the date and year. There is also an unusual monogram of two interlocking initials, either C.D. or R.D. ? Smith’s message on the back of the Dickens’s Readings envelope is enigmatic. “Dear Sir.. Please send the enclosed to Aberdeen by train. Faithfully, Arthur Smith, Sept. 8th”. What was in the envelope, tickets perhaps to Dickens’s Reading at the Music Hall in Aberdeen ? Curiously there is no addressee on the envelope. Apart from the interconnection of the signatures, the 1858 Scottish tour is highly important in terms of Dickens’s personal life. In the early Summer of 1858 on his return with Arthur Smith from a highly successful American tour, the misdirected jewellery incident ended formally Dickens’s marriage and exposed his affair with Ellen Ternan, an 18 year old actress. For a while it threatened to destroy the “home and hearth” image of Dickens as a stalwart family man. At the time Dickens was terrified of the loss of his Public and the likely financial repercussions. Under instruction from Dickens Smith released a detailed letter - the “Violated” letter in which Dickens tried to defend his actions. It must have been with both trepidation and relief that Dickens soon after set off for Scotland to give a series of Public Readings in Edinburgh, Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen and Glasgow. Dickens relied on Arthur Smith for the organisation and promotion of his Reading Tours (1858-1861). Arthur Smith in his own right was the English equivalent of Barnum in America. He sold Dickens as a “Brand”. Dickens recognised Smith’s talent when the latter successfully promoted his brother Albert Smith - who was as famous

in his heyday as Dickens - as a poet, novelist and mountaineer, promoting his brother’s “Ascent of Mont Blanc” production and creating Mont Blanc mania in London. Financially the Scottish part of the Readings Tour was a great success. The net profit to Dickens of the English Tour had been upwards of three hundred pounds a week, but this was nothing to the success in Scotland, where his profit in a week, with all expenses paid, was five hundred pounds. Speaking of his last 1858 Edinburgh reading, Dickens wrote “the people had to be got in through such a crowd as rendered it a work of the utmost difficulty to keep an alley into the room. They were seated about me on the platform, put into the doorway of the waitingroom, squeezed into every conceivable place, and a multitude turned away once more. I think I am better pleased with what was done in Edinburgh than with what has been done anywhere, almost. “ 2016 is the 150th anniversary of Dickens’s second Scottish Reading Tour of 1866. £600-700

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200 Earl of Marchmont - Twelve 18th century documents the letters all contemporary copies, not originals: Letter from Queen Anne appointing James McKenzie of Royston to the College of Justice, 1710; Legal paper from early 18th century “A case touching estates given and convey’d to Popish and superstitious uses as appears by the Inquisitions taken”; “Report of the Commissioners of the last General Assembly sent to London to solicit and endeavour the redress of the grievance of Patronage”, 1736, and another, similar; Letter from the Earl of Ilay, Lord Justice General, to magistrates and keepers of prisons, 1733; Letter from the Earl of Marchmont to Queen Anne, 1702; “Memorial concerning the clause talked of to incorporate the Scots judges to be members of the House of Commons”, “Notes taken out of the Thesaurie Register from the 30th of March 1692 to the 9th of March 1694”; Six Contemporary copies of letters from the papers of the Earl of Marchmont, 1739 Duke of Argyle to the Earl of Stair, Viscount Conham to the Earl of Stair, Earl of Winchilsea & Nottingham to the Earl of Stair; Lord Carteret to the Earl of Marchmont; Earl of Chesterfield to Lord Marchmont; Earl of Stair to the Earl of Chesterfield; and 2 others, similar; a legal warrant relating to a riot in Haddington, 1735; “Memorial relating to the Principality of Scotland” ; all waterstained but largely legible (12) £300-400 201 Fire Insurance Certificates Caledonian Fire Insurance Company, certificate with engraved headpiece, for dwelling house at Shrub-hill, Leith Walk, 1813, 49 x 34cm; National Fire & Life Insurance Company of Scotland, for Mansion of William Fraser of Skipness by Tarbert, certificate with engraved headpiece, 57 x 46cm. (2) £50-70 202 Italian Independence - Mazzini, Giuseppe Small collection, comprising 7pp. autograph lecture by Miss Jessie Meriton White given at Paisley, 25th March 1857 on “The Emancipation of Italy”, and 4 autograph letters from her to Mr Lamb, regarding the lecture, together with contemporaneous newspaper articles and printed material Note: Jessie Mario White (born Jessie Jane Meriton White, 1832-1906) became a propagandist for the Italian cause working with Giuseppe Mazzini, then in exile in London. She wrote newspaper articles explaining the issues in Italy, gave lectures and raised funds for the Italian cause in northern England and Scotland £150-200 203 No lot 204 [Jacobite Rebellion] - Barry, James, fourth Earl of Barrymore (1667-1748) Autograph Letter Signed “Barrymore”, addressed “Dear Madam”, discussing treatments by different doctors, the settlement of a “troublesome affair” in Ireland and family news, 3pp., 4to, old repairs at folds and margins Note: One of the reasons for the failure of the 1745 rebellion was the fact that the promised French support did not arrive. In February 1744 Charles left Dunkirk with thousands of fighting men and ships provided by Louis XV. Before the Royal Navy had to engage with them a storm got up. French boats were sunk and men were lost. The surviving ships including Charles’s had to limp back to France. Involved in the failure was James Barry, fourth Earl of Barrymore, who served as general in the War of the Spanish Succession. Late in life he took the impulsive decision to support Charles Edward Stuart, “Bonnie Prince Charlie”, and became a figure of national importance when he was discovered as the English rebel who would meet the invading French army in 1744. His advanced age saved him from prosection and probable execution. £100-150

205 [Jacobite Rebellion - Battle of Prestonpans] - Sir John Cope Two autograph letters from Sir John Cope to Lt.-General Thomas Fowke (“Dear Fowke”), sending news of national affairs “The eyes of all Europe are upon our Affairs in America, which ‘tis imagined will draw consequences in this part of the World, for which wee are so formidably prepared by our natural strength, the Navy, that if Spain will but continue to think according to her old proverb, Peace with England & War with all the World, so far only...”, expressing his desire (with a tacit reference to his unpopularity after 1745) (“I am just as desirous not to be employed, as those who could employ me are unwilling to do it, so in that we are perfectly agreed”), reporting that he hears well of Fowke’s Governership of Gibraltar, mentioning “Mr paymaster Pit”, telling him about the regime and life he follows at the spas of Bath and Cheltenham (... I find the company at Chiltenham is not very numerous, and by those you name none very entertaining...”), thanking him for sending him a fine Spanish horse, &c., 2pp & 2pp., St. James Place, 19 July 1753, & Bath, 8 July 1755 Note; The first important battle of the rebellion was at Prestonpans on 27 September 1745 and this was a decisive victory for Charles over Sir John Cope who was Lieutentant-General, Commander of King George I’s forces in Scotland. There is a paucity of knowledge about Cope’s life after his Court of Inquiry in 1746. After he was defeated at the Battle of Prestonpans in 1745 he was the subject of the Jacobite song “Hey, Johnnie Cope! Are ye waukin yet ?” Autograph letters by him are very rare. £400-600 206 [Jacobite Rebellion - Culloden] - Willem Annevan Keppel, 2nd Earl of Albemarle (1702 Autograph letter signed to Adair, concerning various individuals, mentioning Jones for Second Lieutenant in the Marines and requesting a warrant appointing William Hawkes Surgeon’s Mate in the King’s own Regiment, 1 leaf (with detached integral blank), 11 December 1756 Note: The 2nd Earl of Albemarle commanded the government front line at Culloden, having already been in charge of the government troops at Falkirk, later becoming Commander in Chief in Scotland. He regretted not capturing Bonnie Prince Charlie. £200-300 207 [Jacobite Rebellion] - Wade, General George (1673-1748) Fine ordnance document signed by Wade and four other officers of ordnance, ordering the issue of a wide range of equipment for the fitting out of H.M.S. Anglesea ‘... lately rebuilt at Hull and ordered to be fitted out there for channel service’, written in an attractive secretarial hand, 3pp. folio Note: George Wade had commanded in Scotland during the 1715 Rebellion folloowing which he built a line of forts to give the government more control in the Highlands. The forts were at Fort William, Fort Augustus and Fort George. He was created Field Marshall in 1743 and had a prominent role in the 1745 Rebellion. Wade is also famous for building roads after the 1745 Rebellion to enable fast deployment of troops with a view to combating any future threats from the north. £100-150

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208 Jacobite Rebellion, 1715 - Seized estates Historic document on vellum, dated 9 December 1718, being the settlement by the Commissioners appointed to sell the seized estates in England, Wales and Elsewhere except Scotland of the Traitors involved in the 1715 Jacobite Rebellion, awarding a considerable amount to Richard Dashwood, a Norfolk claimant, written in English on four sheets of vellum, with a striking calligraphic heading indicating the hearing was held at Essex House in London and the Commissioners present were George Treby, Sir Thomas Hales and Henry Cunningham, with John Bath, Sergeant at Law, with the fine signatures of the three commissioners and the Royal Red Wax Seal against each signature, slight dusting to outer surface of the document, interior contents in fine fresh order. Note: Rare historic document, containing a full list of all the property which Dashwood claimed. This includes property and money in Lancashire belonging to the Earl of Derwentwate, who was one of the most important of all the rebels and who was executed for high treason. By an act of 1715 entitled ‘An Act for appointing Commissioners to inquire of the Estates of certain Traitors, and of Popish Recusants [Catholics], and of Estates given to Superstitious Uses in order to raise money out them severally for the use of the publick’, all the real property of persons attainted, or who should be attainted before 24 June 1718, of any high treason committed before 1 June 1716 was declared to be forfeited and vested in the crown without further office or inquisition found. The commissioners were empowered to inform

themselves of the names of persons so convicted or attainted of high treason, and of all real estates and interests vested in the crown pursuant to the act, by what tenure they were held, and to what incumbrances they were liable. The commissioners met first at the Exchequer Chamber, Westminster, on 27 June 1716 and later in the Speaker’s Chambers, where it was decided to form a separate commission for forfeited estates in Scotland. The commissioners for England went to Preston in September 1716, then to Newcastle, and back to London, where they sat at Essex Court off the Strand until 1722. They then moved to Fig Tree Court, Inner Temple, their number being reduced from seven to four, until the commission was wound up in 1724. £400-500 209 James VII/II, King Document in favour of Neill Campbell of Duntroon, his Heirs male & of tailzie.. “Wee were graviously pleased to change the holding of such of the Lands & others therein mentioned as formerly held Ward, from Simple Ward to Taxtward” and “authorise & require you to pass the said Signature in the ordinary form...” Whitehall, 29th day of January 1685/6, signed by [John Drummond, 1st Earl of] Melfort, countersigned at head “James R”, 2 pages, professionally conserved £900-1,400

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210 Lawrence, D.H. - Pangbourne, Berkshire Autograph letter signed, to Bertie Herbert Farjeon, “Dear Bertie”, asking if “that little cottage of yours on your common will be empty?”, saying they like Myrtle Cottage “but Pangbourne is repulsive - it sort of smells women use scent on their clothes, & petrol plus river plus pavement plus women - I suffer by the nose”, referring to “picnic with Ros [Thorneycroft, sister of Herbert Farjeon’s wife Joan] (not Margaret”); “I’m reading Harrison Ainsworth - Jack Sheppard - & wish I could become an interesting criminal”, referring to a river trip “but Faugh! - humanity - I can’t bear to be mixed up with it... I’m so sick of mankind”, 2 pages, Myrtle Cottage, Pangbourne, Berks, undated [but August 1919] Note: D.H. Lawrence in peevish mood. The property of Farjeon’s which Lawrence wanted is understood to have been Spring Cottage in Bucklebury Common, Berkshire. £800-1,200 211 Louis XV of France Military recommendation signed by King Louis XV and countersigned by Voyer d’Argenson, promoting Ensign Hasenkampf to 2nd Lieutenant, c. 45 x 17cm, old repair at folds £150-250


212 Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, Sir George, genealogical manuscript A Collection of the Most Remarkable Accounts that Relate to the families of Scotland, Drawn from their owne charters... By Sir George Mackenzie of Roshaugh [sic.], His Majesties Advocat... manuscript title and 264 manuscript leaves in a neat hand, later 17th century, contemporary quarter calf over boards, occasional small tears with no loss to text, joints splitting, spine and boards rubbed and chipped Provenance: Bookplates of Robert Graham Note: George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, c.1636-1691, was a Scottish lawyer, Lord Advocate and essayist. He is known for being the minister responsible for Charles II’s policy of quelling the Scottish Covenanters, earning him the nickname ‘Bluidy Mackenzie’. However, he is also credited with founding the Advocates Library in Edinburgh. No publication of this title by George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh seems to exist, however another manuscript copy in octavo appears on p.11 of Catalogue of manuscripts relating to genealogy and heraldry, preserved in the library of the Faculty of Advocates, at Edinburgh, 1852, being from the collection of Robert Milne. Interestingly, Robert Graham, a literary patron of Robert Burns, married a Peggy Milne, creating a possible ink between these two manuscripts. The manuscript for sale here is rather larger than the copy mentioned by the Faculty of Advocates, measuring 37 x 24cm. £800-1,000 213 Natural Philosophy - manuscript volume, Thomas Pearse A System of Natural Philosophy, comprising ms. title-page and 115 manuscript leaves, 17 x 10cm, with the signature: “Tho. Pearse, Erius Liber, Anno Dom: 1720 May 3th.” to f.4, with two full-page astronomical illustrations, eighteenth century quarter calf, one leaf towards rear of the work dampstained affecting a proportion of the text, covers rubbed, spine chipped, joints split Provenance: An accompanying note, dated 1986, appears to be from the great, great, great, great grandson of Thomas Pearse. The note states that Thomas Pearse lived at Sidbury Manor, South Devon, from 1690-1758.


Note: An interesting manuscript natural philosophy, covering the nature of Earth, astronomy, a description of ‘aether’, the nature of fire, thunder, lightning, the nature of light and colours, plants & vegetables and the human body. The work mentions Ptolemy, Copernicus and Newton. Much of the work, such as the chapter entitled ‘An Appendix concerning Newtons [sic.] Improvement on Copernicus’, is laid-out in a numbered bullet point fashion, perhaps summarising theories of natural philosophy. £300-500

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214 Occultism - Hermetic manuscript Liber DCCXXIX The Book of Sacred Magick, XI. Optimus Maximum O:H:O, 83 manuscript pp. written in red ink, with illustrations, outlining aspects and rituals of Hermeticism, bound in gold painted wooden boards with an image of Leonardo da Vinci’s Beatrice d’Este pasted to upper cover, early 20th century £200-400 215 [Paine, Thomas] - Robert Thomas, Minister of Abdie A.L.S. from Robert Thomas to the Earl of Kinnoul, discussing his letter on equality, & his support for the nobility, referring to Thomas Paine’s attack “Tho. Paine, like a villain, has done what he could to expose that order... Th. P. had not the honour of being known to the late Lord Kinnoul.. I took one of my letters on equality and having added to it four reflexions... it it now published”, Perth, 4 pages, 30 Sept. 1797, last page somewhat soiled Note: “One of the more substantial responses to Paine[‘s Rights of Man] some 430 pages long - examined most of the questions, but concentrated on defining the state of nature. Written by one Robert Thomas, minister of Abdie in Scotland, printed in Dundee, and supported by subscriptions from, among others, Adam Smith’s successor at Edinburgh, Dugald Stewart, and Hugh Blair, The Cause of Nature assumed the state of nature was a fiction...” [G. Claeys, Thomas Paine] £100-150 216 Porteous Riots - Notes for the Parliamentary Enquiry probably by Lord Polwarth, 7 pages, folio, 30th March 1737, headed “Magistrates of Edinburgh”, “Lest there should be use for the following particulars tomorrow in the House of Lords, I beg leave to lay them before your Lordship”, describing the “late trial of the drunk idiot (for he is not much better) McLauchlan as one of Porteous’s murderers”, the questioning of James Heriot and George Campbell, the role of the magistrates, the Solicitor General, the reporting to the Provost and Magistrates and Mr Lindsay of the whereabouts of Thomas Williamson, “one of the fellows who the night before had headed the mob that hanged Porteous” and their response, waterstained but mostly legible


Note: Fascinating document, claiming that there was a conspiracy by the magistrates and provost of Edinburgh to allow Porteous to be murdered. £300-400 217 Quantity of Scottish legal documents on vellum, 18-19th centuries, including Instrument of Sasine between Dr. Thomas Gibson & others, 1727; Precept de Clare Constat between James Lord Strathmore in favour of James Crichton of Milhorne 1701; Instrument of Sasine in favour of James Nasmyth of the third part of the lands of Bonningtoun, 1732; Instrument of Sasine, 1773; Precept of Clare in favour of Patrick Small, 1735, signed by James Duke of Atholl; Sasine in favour of Thomas Rattray of Kirkhillocks 1722; Instrument of Sasine in favour of His Grace William Duke of Queensberry of two acres of land, 1783; Sasine in favour of Adam John Murray 1758; Precept of Clare Constat in favour of Barbara Crichton, 1727; Charter & Confirmation of sale of land between Council of Peebles in favour of the Duke of Queensberry, 1783; Charter in favour of Thomas Simpson, Convenor of The Trades of the City of Edinburgh, 1759; Inventory of the Writes belonging to the two acres of land disposed by Ja. Hope to Ada Murray 1754; Instrument of Sasine in favour of John Gardner Esq. 1779; Charter of Confirmation and Precept of Clare Constat, the magistrates and town council of the Borough of Peebles in favour of Mr James Alexander 1826; Instrument of Seisin in favour of the Edinburgh Friendly Insurance Society, 1839; 5 others, similar, on vellum; and 5 legal documents on paper £150-200


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218 Schindler, Oskar 2pp. typed letter signed in red ink sent from Oskar Schindler to Emilie Schindler, dated Arndtstrasse 46, p. Frankfurt am Main, 8th October [19]57, each sheet 29 x 20.5cm, with franked airmail envelope addressed to Emilie Schindler in Buenos Aires Provenance: From the estate of Emilie Schindler and thence by descent Note: In 1949, Oskar Schindler and his wife, Emilie, emigrated to Argentina and invested in a chicken and nutria farming business. However, when the business failed in 1958, Schindler left Argentina and Emilie, returning alone to Germany, where he lived until his death in 1974.

219 Schindler, Oskar Postcard, post-marked 31.7.57, handwritten and signed, to Emilie Schindler, 15 x 10.5cm Provenance: From the estate of Emilie Schindler and thence by descent Note: In this postcard, Schindler mentions that he is visiting the Horowitz family (Ryszard Horowitz was one of the youngest people to survive Auschwitz and be listed on Schindler’s list). Schindler then mentions that he is sitting in the Hofbräuhaus, Munich, with his niece and nephew and drinking to Emilie’s health. £2,000-3,000

This letter is written to Emilie from Germany (in German) in 1957, where Schindler had travelled to seek restitution money for his factory and equipment. In the fifth paragraph of the letter, Schindler discusses these proceedings: “My affairs have gone well, I hope in 6 weeks to be able to request the money for the object.” (At the time, Schindler had hoped he could claim 2 million DM, but only recieved DM46,000). From the letter, it is clear that money was a struggle, with Schindler writing: “Above all, I have no money for a coat, it will soon become quite cold, so that I must wait until the end of the month, somehow I will pull through.” Details of Oskar Schindler’s acquintances are also discussed. For example, Schindler writes: “Joel Brand, about whom I wrote to you in my last letter, mentioning that he had had a heart attack, is still in the university hospital and his wife has arrived from Israel. (Brand is the benificiary and publisher of the book in the matter of Dr. Kastner, also a friend of Dr. Sedlatschek).” These men are known for their efforts in saving Hungarian Jews from deportation to concentration camps, and similarly important figures are mentioned throughout the letter. £3,000-4,000


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222 Schindler, Oskar - Emilie Schindler - a collection of jewellery and ephemera Emilie Schindler’s manuscript workbook containing 60pp. of GermanSpanish translation notes, made in preparation for the Schindlers’ move to Argentina in 1949, along with other notes; Wooden business card belonging to Oskar Schindler, giving his address as Frankfurt am Main; Compass said to have been used by the Schindlers whilst fleeing Russian troops and heading for American occupied territory in 1945; Wrist watch having belonged to Oskar Schindler; 1938 medal having belonged to Oskar Schindler; Parker fountain pen, and another in a Parker box, with the inscription: “Bequest [of] Oskar Schindler 1957 in Buenos Aires left with Emilie Schindler 1908-1974, Erika Rosenberg Christmas 2007”; A collection of jewellery comprising 4 bracelets, 4 brooches and one pendant from the collection of Emilie Schindler; Airmail envelope sent from Oskar to Emilie Schindler, dated July 2. 1957; Emilie Schindler Typed letter, signed, dated 11th June 1997, to the General Consul Dieter Koepke in Bonn, asking for legal assistance from the German consulate in Buenos Aires (quantity)


Provenance: From the estate of Emilie Schindler and thence by descent

220 Schindler, Oskar Postcard, post-marked 20.8.57, handwritten and signed, to Emilie Schindler, 8.7 x 10.8cm


Note: A brief note from Oskar Schindler to Emilie offering her “kisses”, alongside a note from a Holocaust survivor saved by Schindler: “We are very happy to see your husband again after 8/9 years and greet you fondly remembering Kracow and Brünnlitz”.

223 Scott Moncrieff family Large collection of letters, mostly from, to and between members of the Scott Moncrieff family including Robert Scott Moncrieff of Fossaway (1793-1869), and his wife Susan Pringle (1796-1840), and others of the family, mostly 19th century, a few 18th century, one 17th - the Reg[ist]rat Contract between Jean Moncrieff pra William Oliphant”, 1662, on paper



Provenance: From the estate of Emilie Schindler and thence by descent

221 Schindler, Oskar - Kurt R. Grossmann Die unbesungenen Helden. Berlin: Arani, [1957]. 8vo, original cloth, section of original dust-jacket, inscribed and signed from Oskar Schindler to his wife, Emilie Schindler, dated Christmas 1957 in Frankfurt am Main Provenance: From the estate of Emilie Schindler and thence by descent £800-1,200

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224 Scott Moncrieffs & others Quantity of manuscript letters, and legal documents relating to the Scott Moncrieffs of Yair and Fossaway, Perthshire. instruments of sasine, in favour of Mrs Scott Moncreiff, 1829, R. Scott Moncreiff of Dalkeith Park, letters from Revd. W Scott Moncireff to Mary Anne Scott Moncrieff, and others; quantity of letters to Mr Russell, lawyer, c.1840-60, small collection of Share Certificates, a small collection of small loose engraved plates, and other items (quantity) £150-200 225 Shetland - Associated Zetland Fishermen’s Fund History and Laws of the Associated Zetland Fishermen’s Fund Instituted at Lerwick in 1810. No place or date (possibly Lerwick), Manuscript on limp vellum, 220 x 135mm, 12pp., 8vo, drop-head title Note: A comprehensive document detailing the roles of the various authorities and beneficiaries of the Fund. “On the occasion of a boat with six men being lost while prosecuting the fishery”, the Zetland Patriotic Society in 1808 offically sanctioned the Fund and a Committee was appointed and funds gathered for the benefit of fishermen and their dependants.


£250-300 226 Ship’s log, Liverpool to Calcutta, Andromache Liverpool to Calcutta, Edith Byrne - London to Sydney, Hindostan, 1864 and other journeys. Journals of voyages between England, India and Australia between 1857 and 1865 for the ships Andromache, Edith Byrne and Hindostan : Andromache under the command of George Killick, from Liverpool to Calcutta and back to London, 1857, 14pp.; Edith Byrne under the command of David Anderson from Liverpool to Calcutta and back, 1858-9, 18pp.; the same from Liverpool to Calcutta and back to london, 1859, 20pp.; the same from London to Sydney, 1860, 10pp.; the same from Sydney to Calcutta, 1861, 6pp; the same from Calcutta to Colombo and back, 1861, 6pp.; the same from Calcutta to Bombay, 1862, 4pp; the same from Bombay to Liverpool, 1862, 8pp.; Hindostan under the command of David Anderson from London to Sydney, 1864, 10pp.; the same from Newcastle [Aus.] to Shanghai, 1864, 6pp.; the same from Shanghai to Hong Kong towards Portsmouth, 1865, 12pp.; with 36pp. of ship and sailing instructions, with evidence of some missing pages; AND Ship’s bell, 34cm high, welded with the name D. Anderson and the date 1878 (2)


£400-600 227 Vulgate Bible - manuscript leaf 15th or 16th century, vellum, written in Latin with the text of Psalm 88:7-8, highlighted in red, blue and gold, 14 x 10cm, a little foxing £150-250

228* William Hadden, 42nd Royal Highlanders, The Black Watch, India manuscript poetry Miscellaneous Poetry and Writings by William Hadden, 42nd Royal Highlanders,... Hindoostan. Lucknow, March 1858. 8vo, manuscript titleleaf and 128 manuscript pp., contemporary half calf, containing poems on various subjects, many regarding the author’s home in Scotland, others regarding his acquintances and life, such as “Lines on Leaving India”, and others on his general thoughts and opinions, such as “Lines on Woman’s Virtue” Note: A later note to the contents verso reads: “No.336y. Corporal William Beaths Hadden, 42nd Royal Highland Regiment, The Black Watch, Deigshai [Dagshai?] Himalayas, Bengal, East Indies, 1862” £300-400

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229 [Wordsworth, William, Mary and Dora] - Fenwick, Isabella A collection of manuscript material comprising: 1) Wordsworth, William “The Pine Tree upon Monte Mario”, Autograph Manuscript Poem, signed; 15 lines including title, with at foot: “Rydal Mount, St. Peter’s day (June 29th), 1843. Transcribed for my beloved friend Isabella Fenwick, Wm. Wordsworth”, one sheet, 23 x 19cm, few small creases, light spot or rust-mark at centre fold 2) Dora Quillinan [neé Wordsworth] A.L.S. to Isabella Fenwick “My beloved Miss Fenwick”, a poignant letter, written two months before Dora’s death in July 1847, “I must with my own hand send you one line of loving “farewell” & express the deep gratitude of my peaceful heart to you for the tender affection you have showered upon me... I know that you will not cease to pray for me & my beloved parents & my broken hearted husband..., 2pp., 24 May 18473) Wordsworth, Mary A.L.S. to Isabella Fenwick “Poor Mr W! his heart sinks at the thought of so long an absence were he to visit the continent without coming to see us - & indeed Rome being the long wished for object of his desire.... he adds to this in his last letter: ‘Dora get well & go with me & perhaps dear Miss Fenwick may be well enough to be of the party. She, I rejoice to say, is almost well...”, referring to Dora’s illness, “Our dear little friend Kate Southey left us on Sunday, with the the intention to return to accompany Dora on a short journey - by the Lake - & along sands towards the sea coast..... How glad I should have been my dear Miss F. had it been in Mr Wordsworth’s scheme of pleasure to have visited you at your own home.... Dora & her friend Kate, who are both too much addicted to almost a diseased home-clinging agreed that there was no person whom they could with so much pleasure go to visit as dear Miss Fenwick & if I may add, for myself, that I was not slow to be in sympathy with them”, 8 pp., on two sheets, June 27th, [1836] 4) Wordsworth, Mary A.L.S. to Isabella Piotrowski (neé Fenwick), 8pp. (2 sheets folded), referring to Isabella Fenwick and Fanny Wordsworth’s health, having “my dear sister & her two daughters settled in Grasmere”, the Quillinans “in their usual happy way”, referring to strangers “the Derwent Coleridges & their sister Edith”

5) Manuscript of Wordsworth’s poem dedicated to Isabella Fenwick, in an unknown hand: “The Star which comes at close of Day to shine”, headed at the top to the dedicatee “I[sabella] F[enwick].”, at foot: “Rydal Mount, Feb. 1840. Bright is the star which comes at even to shine More heavenly bright than when it leads the morn, And such is friendship, whether the forlorn” 19 lines including dedicatory initials, one leaf, 23 x 18cm, slight loss to lower margin, small hole to upper margin not affecting ms. 6) Autograph of Wordsworth’s poem, in an unknown hand: [On a Portrait of I[sabella] F[enwick], painted by Margaret Gillies] “We gaze - nor grieve to think that we must die and part But that the precious love this Friend hath sown Within our hearts - the love whose flower hath blown Bright as if Heaven were ever in its eye”... Rydal Mount, New Year’s Day, 1840, William Wordsworth, dictated to Isabella Fenwick” 16 lines in total, one leaf 7) Southey, Katharine A.L.S. to Isabella Fenwick, thanking her for the pretty dresses [which] “will certainly be favourites with Papa as he likes to see us gaily attired and often tells us that it is a part of our duty to wear bright dresses, referring to Dora, Fenwick’s gift of Abbott’s “Young Christian” and his “Corner Stone which Papa brought with him”, reminiscensing about her stay, referring to Papa “looking Better... & I need not say working hard”, “The acceptable addition to his income for which we are all indebted to Mr Taylor & Sir R. Peel’s kindness has made him happy in one way, for it enables him to look forward to writing his History of Portugal & other things which he has so long been desirous, tho’ unable to do”, saying of Bertha and her “we try to be content and submissive to our Heavenly Father’s will, so beautiful an example as we have daily before us in Papa” who “always recommends us to look to the bright side of thing”, 3pp, Keswick, 5 May 1835 [continued overleaf

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by the climate of Portugal”; A.L.S. from Lady Cranworth to Isabella Piotrowski commenting on Isabella Fenwick’s failing health, [c.1870]; Autograph letters from Louise Elrington [neé Fenwick] to her sister Belle [Isabella Piotrowska (neé Fenwick)], 1860’s; Autograph letters from Julia Elrington to her cousin Mina, 1879-70; 12) Carte-de-visites including those of R. Fenwick Piotrowski, Phoebe & Creswell Desmond, Isabella Piotrowski, Jemima Quillinan “Mima” and Rotha Quillinan 13) Autograph Poem, in an unidentified hand, “To a Squirrel on a tree behind Mr Wordsworth’s House, June 18 1845”, 14 lines, also inscribed “John Morley, Salutation Inn, from Egerton, nr Bolton le Moors, Lancashire”, 10 x 6cm; another early copy of this poem in another hand, with the same date 14) Autograph Poem, in an unidentified hand, of Wordsworth’s Poem “Sacred to the Memory of Robert Southey”, commencing “Ye Torrents, foaming down the rocky steeps”, 10 lines, undated, 18 x 11cm. 15) Commonplace Book, c. 148pp., inscribed “D. Robertson, the extracts were made by the late Mrs Fenwick of Lemmington”, verses, extracts, religious reflections, prayers, hymns, &c., c.1800; A Lament by Robert Orde Fenwick, Song by Miss Hannah Fenwick, poem “To Fancy, address’d to her sister Isabella by Miss [Hannah] Fenwick, Lemmington, 1801, and other verses, contemporary calf, rubbed, cover detached 16) Manuscript poem by person unknown, headed “Wordsworth 1832” “Bard, who in simplest matter dost explore The beauty which in all things hidden lies, Loving to penetrate the secret store, In common for, of unseen harmonies”... 12 lines, Wadham College, Oxford, one page, within envelope addressed to Miss Fenwick, R. Thorp Esq., Bailiff Gate, with note written on inside envelope “One of the enclosed is for a memorandum of the man’s own making on our delightful visit... I am sure Henry will be vexed in he has not your own account so he has mine alone”

8) Fenwick, Isabella 3 Autograph Letters Signed, to her niece Isabella Piotrowski (neé Fenwick). First Letter: Keswick, 4 April 1843, referring to Wordsworth, the death of Southey “dear Kate says “I never thought of my father as dearer than other men, I only thought he was better”, and referring to Wordsworth being offered the Laureatship “Mr Wordsworth has been offered the Laureatship but has declined the honour - it was he said too late in life to undertake any new duty - for he could not view it exactly as a sinecure”, saying she “wished I could send you a little Poem Mr W- has been writing on the subject of Grace Darling, the Northumbrian Heroine”, with a postscript stating that “The old Poet is to be the Laureate. The Queen would not accept his refusal”, 2 leaves, postmark excised with loss of a couple of words; 2nd Letter: Ambleside, March 1, 1845, recounting her visits including with the Wordsworths to William Whewell (1794-1866) at Cambridge, 4 pages, (1/4 of 2nd page torn away). 3rd Letter: The Gale, Ambleside, 6 May 1840, about moving into The Gale, 2pp. 9) Manuscript copy of William Wordsworth’s poem “We are Seven”, in an unidentified hand, 17 verses on 1 sheet, verso and recto, 19 x 30cm, now split along fold in two, small portion of verse 4 and 8 torn away affecting a few words, two small splits where once folded affecting a few letters, one small hole affecting one word 10) Manuscript copy of William Wordsworth’s poem “Goody Blake and Harry Gill. A true story”, in an unidentified hand, on two sheets, originally 19 x 32cm, now split in four sheets, 129 lines including title at head of page 1, a few small holes where previously folded 11) Fenwick, Hannah (b. c.1782; sister of Isabella Fenwick). Autograph diary 1799-1800, Autograph Journal, partly disbound, partly in wrappers, c. 250pp.; manuscript verse, copies of contemporary poetry, including “A Portrait” (published in Edinburgh Annual Register for 1810, under title “A Character”,; 2 autograph letters from Henry Taylor to Isabella Piotrowski (neé Fenwick), 1856; 9 A.L.S. from Louise Fenwick, in French, to her sister Isabella Piotrowski [neé Fenwick], c.1840, most c/o their Aunt at Gale House, Ambleside; 6 A.L.S. from Aunt Sophia to Isabella Piotrowski, & 1 to Mina, 1868-69; A.L.S. from Louisa Elrington [neé Fenwick] to her brother Robert Orde Fenwick, 1 sheet, folded. Ambleside, 12 Dec. 1845 referring to “Mrs Quillinan restored to health

17) Silhouette of William Wordsworth, inscribed in pencil “Silhouette of Wordsworth found among the old letters from Rydal Mount his home”, sheet 20 x 12cm, torn without loss 18) 14 photographs of female members of the Thorp and Fenwick families, c.1890-1900 19) Fenwick, Robert Orde. The Goblin Groom, at Tale of Dunse. Edinburgh, 1809. 4to, inscribed “To Isabella Piotrowski from her affec. mother & sister in remembrance of the author, Dec. 29th 1852”, pencil drawing of Lemmington Hall, Northumberland pasted in before halftitle, contemporary calf, worn 20) Miniatures of Nicholas Fenwick; Mrs N. Fenwick (neé Dorothy Foster); Louisa Elrington (née Fenwick), daughter of Robert Orde Fenwick; Mrs Peareth, sister to Nicholas Fenwick; Dolly Robinson (two portraits); Lady Ventry, sister of Robert Fenwick’s wife 21) Piotrowski, Isabella (neé Fenwick) Journal in French and English of her travels to Ireland and Britain, 17th June 1839- Dec. 1840, including period of her visit to her Aunt, Isabella Fenwick, at Ambleside (commencing 30 May 1840), numerous references to the Wordsworths, Edward Quilinnan’s reading of his story The Moor of Andalucia, the visit of the Queen Dowager (spouse of William IV) to Wordsworth, Bible readings, sermons, visit to the Halsteads with Wordsworth 5 Oct. 1840, “Afterwards my Aunt read me one or two of Wordsworth’s poems...”, “W. was very funny yesterday. When Dora told him I was coming, when going to fetch me; “What Isabella again!” he exclaimed. It appears he did not know Aunt was out. He then said had he known it he would have come to keep me company. He was sure Aunt would have let him in. Returned after tea with darling old Poet...” (27 June 1840). &c., two 4to. notebooks, c. 54 + 88pp., marbled wrappers, worn, one with wrappers detached; and 12mo, 88 pages, contemporary calf 22) Taylor, Henry St Clement’s Eve. 1862, inscribed “E.I. Thorp, from her affect. ?son, 1862”, original cloth; [Idem] Notes from Books. London, 1849. 8vo, inscribed “E.I. Thorp from my dear husband 1851”, original cloth; [Idem] Philip van Artevelde, a Dramatic Romance. London, 1834. 2 volumes, 12mo, inscribed “E. Tudor, July 1834, Bagbro’ House”, half calf 23) Manuscript copy of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s poem “The Good Great Man” [1st published in The Morning Post, 23/9/1802], one leaf, in an unidentified hand

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Note: Henry Taylor (1800-1886), English dramatist and poet, official, and well-connected man of letters, met William Wordsworth and Robert Southey on a visit to the Lake District in 1823. Jane Taylor had a first cousin Isabella Fenwick (1783–1856), and it was Henry Taylor who introduced Isabella to the Wordsworth family. Isabella was the daughter of Nicholas Fenwick, of Lemmington Hall, Edlingham, near Alnwick in Northumberland, and his wife Dorothy Forster, who was the first cousin of Henry Taylor’s step-mother. Taylor’s tribute to his cousin’s mind and character and his account of her relations with the Wordsworths are found in his Autobiography of Henry Taylor, (2 vols; London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1885). “Isabella Fenwick first signed the visitor’s book at Rydal Mount in June 1831 though she probably met the poet first a year or two earlier. She spent months at a time as a guest of the Wordsworths before moving to Ambleside in 1838 to be close to her friends at Rydal Mount. In August 1838 she wrote to her cousin Henry Taylor that Wordsworth often visited her cottage, Gale House, at Ambleside, as a “refuge” from the crush of up to 30 visitors a day at Rydal Mount and for a month he and Mary Wordsworth were her guests there in February 1839. They conversed for hours at a time but Wordsworth also recited or read aloud to her portions of The Prelude, which he was then revising.... Isabella Fenwick often walked with Wordsworth among the nearby valleys and fells surrounding Lakes Windemere, Rydal Water and Grasmere, places that held so many associations with his poetic life. This woman of intelligence, imagination and strong affections in some sense filled the gap left by Wordsworth’s sister Dorothy in her debilitating illness, and his letters to her in her absence from Ambleside and Rydal Mount vividly attest to his deep affection for her. Trusted and loved as much by Mary and Dora as by Wordsworth himself, she was the mediating force which made possible Dora’s marriage to Edward Quillinan in April 1841.... Later, when work proceeded with the publication of Poems, chiefly of Early and Late Years, Isabella Fenwick undertook to copy large portions of the text for the printer. A few months later, probably late in 1842, Wordsworth accepted her offer to take dictation of his notes to the poems, and they commenced work in January 1843. They completed their work six months later at Rydal Mount June 24th 1843. Among those outside the family, and many within it, there was no one better qualified for such a task, no one so in tune with its aim and spirit.” (Jared Curtis, The Fenwick Notes of William Wordsworth.) Dora and Edward Quillinan copied Isabella’s notes into a leather bound folio notebook for use by family and friends, completing this task on 25th August 1843. None of Isabella Fenwick’s original transcription of the dictated notes survives. “Two recent tours with family and friends provided impetus for his composing the [“Fenwick”] notes at this time. The first was in the summer of 1840 when Wordsworth, his wife Mary, their daughter Dora, Isabella Fenwick and her niece [also Isabella Fenwick (later Piotrowski)], and Edward Quillinan and his elder daughter Jemima, travelled through the Duddon valley, visiting scenes Wordworth had known from his days at Hawkshead School and written of in The Prelude, The Excursion, The River Duddon, and in a number of descriptive poems centred on Black Combe... The second tour included his visits to Tintern Abbey in the Wye valley, and to Alfoxden and the Quantocks just before and after his daughter Dora’s marriage to Edward Quillinan in the spring of 1841... Of this second leg Isabella Fenwick wrote to Henry Taylor of their visit to Wells, Alfoxden, &c.: “He was delighted to see again those scenes... where he had been so happy - where he had felt and thought so much. He pointed out the spots where he had written many of his early poems, and told us how they had been suggested” (Jared Curtis, The Fenwick Notes of William Wordsworth, p.12-13). Curtis notes that “without the presence and encouragement of Isabella Fenwick, however, it is unlikely that the notes would have been composed at all.” Footnotes: 2) Dorothy “Dora” Wordsworth, the only surviving daughter of the romantic poet William Wordsworth, immortalised in Wordsworth’s poem, The Triad. Dora was devoted to her father and had a significant influence on his poetry. Their relationship was especially close. In 1843, with Isabella playing a crucial intermediary role, Dora married Edward Quillinan aged 39 against her father’s strong opposition, and in 1847 died of tuberculosis. After her death, her father, distraught, planted hundreds of daffodils in her memory in a field beside St Mary’s Church, Rydal, now owned by the National Trust.

3) A long news-filled letter from Mary Wordsworth, wife of the poet, to Isabella Fenwick, who seems to be the godmother of one of Mary and William’s children, disusssing Mr Wordsworth’s plans, Kate Southey, the health of her daughter Dora Quilllinan [neé Wordsworth] and the ecclesiastical appointments of her son William. 5) Wordsworth’s close friend, Isabella Fenwick, to whom he dictated what are now known as the “Fenwick Notes” is immortalised in two poems by the poet, The Star which comes at close of Day to shine, and On a Portrait of I.F., painted by Margaret Gillies 9) We are Seven was first published in Lyrical Ballads in 1798. This version differs from the published version in having “handkerchief” for “‘kerchief” in verse 11. 10) Goody Blake and Harry Gill was first published in Lyrical Ballads in 1798. This version differs from the published version in several instances; for example, in the third verse of the present manuscript the line reads “Ill fed was she, and thinly clad”, and the published version read “Ill fed she was.” Isabella Fenwick’s notes in the published edition: “Written at Alfoxden, 1798. The incident from Dr. Darwin’s Zoonomia. Thomas Thorp, 1797-1877, was educated at Trinity College, where he was elected a scholar in 1817, and a Fellow in 1820. “ He held a number of College offices, including a tutorship and the vice-mastership (1843-4). Thorp is closely associated the Cambridge Camden Society, of which he was president for twenty years. The Society derived considerable support from William Whewell, Master of Trinity, [whom Wordsworth visited with Isabella Piotrowski [neé Fenwick] in 1845]. Thorp was strongly influenced by Romanticism and Wordsworth’s appropriation of whatever was ‘pure and imaginative, whatever was not merely utilitarian, to the service of both Church and State.”... Influenced by the Oxford Movement, he once said that Wordsworth might be considered among the founders of the Society” [ ] The archive also contains some typed transcripts of autograph letters which are no longer present in the archive. A substantial, fascinating and hitherto undocumented archive relating to an intimate friend of one of the greatest English Romantic poets. Provenance: By descent from Dorothy Tudor [née Fenwick], sister of Isabella Fenwick (1780-1856) - Elizabeth Tudor (married Thomas Thorp) W.T. Thorp - R.W.T. Thorp - R.J.F. Thorp - S.A.R. Thorp £15,000-25,000

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MISCELLANEOUS 230 “Aristotle” [Anonymous]Aristotle’s Book of Problems...London: J.W., J.K...., [n.d., but c.1760?] Twenty-seventh edition (second ‘state’), 12mo, frontispiece included in pagination, some running titles trimmed with loss [ESTC T119655]; [bound with] Aristotle’s Compleat Masterpiece... London, 1763. 12mo, lacking pp.11-12 [ESTC T119653]; [bound with] Aristotle’s Compleat and Experienc’d Midwife. London, [n.d., but 1760?] Eleventh edition, 12mo, tear to p.1 with slight loss to letters [ESTC T119636]; Aristotle’s Last Legacy. London: C. Hitch and L. Hawes, 1769. 12mo, [ESTC T119654]; contemporary calf, browned, several margins trimmed with slight loss to text £250-350 231 12 Books, various subjects [Mackenzie, Henry] The Man of Feeling. London: W. Strahan..., 1781. New edition, 12mo, contemporary tree calf, rebacked, bookplate; Urquhart, Sir Thomas, translator Master Francis Rabelais. London: Lawrence and Bullen, 1892. 2 volumes, 4to, number 807 of 1000 copies, crushed brown half morocco with decorative floral motifs to spines, bookplate of the Library of the Dominican Fathers, London; [Whyte, Henry, and others] The Tartans of the Clans and Septs of Scotland... Edinburgh: W. & A.K. Johnston, 1906. 2 volumes, small 4to, contemporary half morocco gilt, neatly rebacked; Drummond, William, of Hawthornden The Works. Edinburgh: Printed by James Watson, 1711. Folio, portrait, contemporary pannelled calf; and 6 others, sold not subject to return (12) £300-500 232 4 Books, comprising [Raleigh, Sir Walter] [A History of the World. London G. Lathun and R. Young, 1634.] Folio, with ‘Minde the Front’ leaf, contemporary calf, rebacked, lacking titlepage, a few repairs; Pleyel, Ignace Six Sonatas for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord... London: Broderip & Wilkinson, [n.d., 1801?]; [bound with] [Idem] Three Grand Sonatas for the Piano-Forte or Harpsichord... select Scottish Airs. London: Bland & Weller, [n.d.]; [bound with] [Idem] Three Grand Sonatas for the Piano-Forte or Harpsichord... select Scottish Airs. London: Bland & Weller, [n.d.]; [bound with] [Idem] A Favourite Sonata for the Piano Forte... London: Preston, [n.d.]; [bound with] [Idem] A Grand Sonata for the Piano Forte... London: E. Riley, [n.d.]; Folio, contemporary red half morocco; Di Villanova, Francesco de Alberti Grande Dizionario Italiano-Francese... Bassano: Giuseppe Remondini e Figli, 1811. 4to, volume 2 only, contemporary tree calf; Masefield, John Philip the King. London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1927. 4to, number 263 of 360 signed copies, original cloth gilt; sold not subject to return (4) £250-350 233 61 books on various subjects, mostly leather bindings, including Ritchie, T. Political and Military Memoirs of Europe, during the year 1799. Edinburgh: G. Houston & Co., 1800. 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf, bookplates; Nerses Preces Sancti Nersestis Clajensis Areniorum Patriarchae. Venice, 1837. 12mo, contemporary green mottled calf, bookplate; Dricks, Henry The Life and Times of the Second Marquis of Worcester. London: Bernard Quaritch, 1865. 8vo, contemporary green calf gilt, bookplate; Lewis, Dr. The Edinburgh New Dispensatory... Edinburgh: Charles Elliot, 1776. 8vo, contemporary calf gilt; Lanzi, Luigi Storia Pittorica Della Italia. Bassano: G. Remondi e Figli, 1809. 4 volumes, 8vo, contemporary vellum; Rosini, Giovanni Luisa Strozzi. Pisa, 1833. 4 volumes, contemporary quarter calf; and 47 others, sold not subject to return (61) £350-450

234 Auction Catalogue - Dukinfield Lodge, Cheshire A Catalogue of the valuable and select Library, splendid books of prints, the extensive and well-known Collection of Pictures, Prints and Drawings... and other Articles of Taste and Curiosity; the Property of Francis Dukinfield Astley, Esq... Liverpool: Messrs Winstanley and Crole, 1817 (20th-29th August). 8vo, most items marked-up in a contemporary hand with prices achieved, with various items of ephemera regarding the sale laid-in; [bound with] a 4pp. 1812 Catalogue of a Choice Selection of Cabinet Pictures, the Genuine Property of Francis Dukinfield Astley..., with many prices realised; [bound with] Dukinfield Lodge. A Catalogue of the Valuable Library of Books..., Collection of Paintings... Manchester: printed by J. Clarke [for Winstanley and Co.], 1825. 8vo, not annotated with prices realised; [bound with] a 3pp. A Descriptive Catalogue of Two Splendid Pictures, late the Property of Francis Dukinfield Astley..., 1828; contemporary red half morocco gilt Provenance: The notes within the text appear to be those of Mr (Francis Dukinfield) Astley, of Dukinfield Lodge. Preliminary notes and the ownership signature are those of William Ford, Book & Print Seller, Manchester. A list of books purchased by Ford is loosely inserted into the book. Note: William Ford’s note to the paste-down endpaper reads: “Mr Astley’s Catalogues of pictures. [?] his first sold at Liverpool, and his second, sold under the the commissions of Bankruptcy. The notes throughout are Mr Astley’s... The third sale of his property took place in 1825 after his sudden and lamented Death.” A letter from Mr Astley is laid-down into the book, relating to the sale of a painting, along with pictures of Dukinfield lodge, and a poster advertising the postponment of the sale, due to take place in June 1817, due to fears that prospective buyers, “...may be deterred from attending the Sale... in consequence of the Public Notice given by a Person styling himself the Messenger to a Commission of Bankrupt awarded against F.D. Astley.” £200-300 235 Bewick, Thomas Bewick Gleanings. Newcastle: A. Reid, 1886. Large Paper Copy, no. 173, 4to, original black morocco, binding discoloured, t.e.g.; Thomson, D.C. The Water-Colour Drawings of Thomas Bewick. 1930. 4to, no. 399 of 525 copies, 2 parts with separate card folder of mounted plates, coloured mounted plates, tan half morocco, t.e.g., slipcase, slightly discoloured (2) £150-200 236 Chess - Philidor, A.D. [François André Danican] Analysis of the Game of Chess. London: P. Elmsley, 1777. New edition, 8vo, portrait, modern brown morocco, pp.253-4 tipped in, some soiling to pp.301-end, occasional light foxing, several annotations in an early hand £200-300 237 Classical Literature and Studies, 19 books, including Bryant, Jacob Observations and Inquiries Relating to Various Parts of Ancient History... Cambridge: T. & J. Merrill, 1767. 4to, plate, six folding engraved maps, contemporary calf gilt with brown morocco label to spine; Barthelemy, l’Abbé Voyage du Jeune Anacharsis en Grèce. Paris: Chez Etienne, 1821. 7 volumes only, 8vo, lacking atlas volume, contemporary speckled calf gilt; Montfaucon, Bernard de Antiquity Explained and Represented in Sculptures... London: J. Tonson and J. Watts, 1722. Volume 4 only, folio, contemporary panelled calf, lower cover detached, lacking upper cover; and 10 others, sold not subject to return (19) £200-300

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238 Cookery - Scappi, Bartolomeo Opera di M. Bartolomeo Scappi Cuoco Secreto di Papa Pio Quinto... Venice, 1570. 8vo, with portrait frontispiece and 10 plates only (lacking 17 plates, including plate of cardinals dining in a conclave), lacking A1 (initial page of text following the message to readers), some darkening; [bound with] Cervio, Vincenzo Il Trinciante. Venice: Apresso gli Heredi di Francesco Tramezini, 1581. 8vo, a little light dampstaining, 1 leaf of woodcuts within text only, 44 leaves, final two leaves with mrginal tears; later half vellum with manuscript title to spine Provenance: Library stamp of the Bibliotheca Municial D’Ancona to titlepage, aiii and two plate versoes £800-1,200 239 Harlequinade & dolls, 6 volumes Sand, Maurice The History of the Harleqinade. London: Martin Secker, 1915. 2 volumes, 8vo, 16 hand-coloured plates, later green half morocco gilt, slip-case; Low, Frances H. & Alan Wright Queen Victoria’s Dolls. London: George Newnes, Limited, 1894. Original blue cloth gilt, gift and ownership inscriptions to endpaper, small découpage flower to half-title; Anonymous La Poupée Bien Élevée suivie de la Lanterne Magique des Petits Enfants. Paris: P. -C. Lehuby, [n.d. c.1850?]. 8vo, frontispiece, 11 plates, original back cloth with gilt and colour decoration; Fairstar, Mrs. Memoirs of a London Doll, written by herself. London: George G. Harrap, 1923. 8vo, rebound in blue silk-like fabric; and another edition, 1963 (6) £150-200

240 Leather Bindings, 88 books, and 7 others, including Hogg, James The Jacobite Relics of Scotland... Edinburgh, 1819. 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf, bookplates; Burnaby, Fred A Ride to Khiva. London, 1876. Second edition, 8vo, contemporary tree calf gilt, bookplate; Lampart, Catherine & Richard Shiff Peter Doig. New York: Rizzoli, 2011. Folio, original cloth, dust-jacket, slipcase; Sparrow, Walter Shaw Angling in British Art. London, 1923. 4to, contemporary half calf, some damage to a few plates; Dallas, George A System of Stiles. Edinburgh, 1774. 2 volumes, small 4to, contemporary half calf; Heath Gallery of British Engravings. London, 1836. 4 volumes, 8vo, inscription of James Thomson, Painter, Edinburgh 1844 to paste-down endpapers, contemporary half morocco; Burns, Robert - George Gilfillian The National Burns. Glasgow, [n.d.] 2 volumes, 4to, contemporary red half calf; Edwards, Amelia Pharaohs, Fellahs and Explorers. London, 1893. 8vo, contemporary calf; Droz, Gustave Monsieur, Madame & Bébé. Paris, 1878. 4to, contemporary blue half morocco gilt; and 80 others, sold not subject to return (95) £500-700 241 Miscellaneous books, 12 volumes A Curious Hieroglyphick Bible. London: T. Hodgson, 1791, 12mo, woodcuts, lacks last 2 leaves (final leaf is p.132), corner of 31-39 worn; Davison, J. Discourses on Prophecy. 1834. 8vo, blindstamped morocco; Wilberforce, H.W. The Parochial System. 1838. 8vo, original cloth; Patryck, S. Grief disarmed. 1830. 8vo, original cloth; Dibdin, Charles Observations on a tour through almost the whole of England. London, [1801-02]. 2 volumes, 4to, 61 aquatint plates, folding map, folding table, contemporary half calf, covers detached; Fisher & Son The People’s Gallery of Engravings. 1844. 4to, engraved title & 24 plates, contemporary half calf gilt; West, Charles The Substance of a Journal during a Residence at the Red River Colony. London: L.B. Seeley, 1824. First edition, 8vo, 3 engraved plates, roan-backed boards, rather spotted, very worn, upper board detached; and 3 others, religious (12) £200-300

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242 Miscellaneous books, including Dalton, J. Memoirs, 1854.; Edwards, Cyril Seven Sonnets. 1934. Number 15 of 250 copies, engraved throughout, tree calf by Birdsall, uncut, in fitted box, slipcase; Ritson, Joseph Robin Hood. London, J.C. Nimmo, 1885. no. 1 of 300 copies, presentation copy to Henry Sotheran from J.C. Nimmo, illustrations on india paper, quarter vellum, binding soiled; Hellyer, S.S. The Plumber and Sanitary Houses. [c.1889], plates, original cloth; Frazer, J.G. The Golden Bough. 1890. 2 volumes; Frazer, J.G. The Gorgon’s Head. 1927; Myths of the Origin of Fire. 1930; Collingwood, S.D. The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll. 1898, newspaper articles and Form of Service at Dedication of a Window to the Memory of Lewis Caroll, 1935, at All Saints Daresbury, bound in; and 13 others, miscellaneous £200-300

245 Ornithology, Literature, Scotland and other subjects, 34 books Bewick, Thomas A History of British Birds. Newcastle, 1826. 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary pink half calf, faded, some spotting; Hogarth, William - Thomas Clerk The Works of William Hogarth. London: R. Scholey, 1810. 2 volumes, 8vo, brown straight grained morocco, joints split, one upper board detached; Scott, Sir Walter Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border. Edinburgh, 1806. 3 volumes, third edition, 8vo, halftitles, contemporary green half morocco, rubbed; MacKenzie, Peter Reminiscences of Glasgow. Glasgow: John Tweed, 1865. 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary pink half-calf, rubbed and faded; Eyre-Todd, George, editor Ancient Scottish Ballads. London: Bayley & Ferguson, [n.d.]. 4to, number 46 of 150 copies, original cloth; Burton, Isabel Arabian Nights. London, 1886. 6 volumes, 8vo, original cloth, soiled, foxed; Buchanan, George The History of Scotland. Glasgow, 1827. 4 volumes, 8vo; and 13 others, sold not subject to return (34)

243 Miscellaneous books, including Fry, C.B.The Book of Cricket. [1901]. Folio, half morocco, some dust-soiling, rebacked; Low, J.L. F.G. Tait, a Record. [1901], original red cloth gilt, spine faded; Grant, J.G. The Complete Curler. 1914. First edition, original cloth; Lingard, J. The History and Antiquities of the Anglo-Saxon Church. 1845. 2 volumes, contemporary calf, gilt; Royal Institution Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the Royal Institution. London, 1854. Volume 1 only, 8vo, original cloth; Wagner, R. The Rhinegold & The Valkyrie. 1910. 4to, plates by Arthur Rackham, Anne Redpath’s copy with signature, binding damp-flecked; Barrie, J.M. The Admirable Crichton. [1914]. 4to, mounted plates, original pictorial cloth gilt; Pennant, Thomas A Tour from Downing to Alston-Moor. 1801. First edition, 4to, large paper copy, 28 engraved plates (27 called for; extra plate at p.95), half morocco, uncut, rubbed; Hogarth, William The Complete Works. [c.1880], 8 original parts, plates, original cloth-backed pictorial wrappers lightly marked; Ryan, P. Encyclopaedia of Papua and New Guinea. Melbourne, 1973, 3 volumes, 4to, cloth; Royal Society. Philosophical Transactions. Volume 55 for the year 1755. 1756. plates, dampstained, old half calf, worn, cover detached; Couper, W.J. The Edinburgh Periodical Press. Stirling, 1908. 2 vol., 8vo, presentation copy from the author, original buckram, uncut; Thomson, William A Practical Treatise on the Cultivation of the Grape Vine. 1862. 8vo, original cloth, a few spots; Bunsen, Frances A Memoir of Baron Bunsen. 1868. 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf; and others




244 Miscellaneous works including Carlyle, Thomas The Works. [c. 1880]; 18 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf, morocco labels; Beerbohm, Max Zuleika Dobson. London, 1911. First edition, 8vo, original brown cloth, occasional light soiling or spotting, binding soiled; Wilson, J. Tales of the Borders. [c.1900], 24 volumes, 8vo, Illustrated Edition, original blue cloth; Greenwell, W. British Barrows. 1877, original cloth; Burton, R. Anatomy of Melancholy. 1821. 2 volumes, half calf gilt; Stevenson, R.L. Moral Emblems. 1921, frayed & soiled dust-jacket; Rabelais, F. The Works. [N.d.], 2 volumes, original buckram gilt, somewhat soiled; McKenzie, D. Aromatics and the Soul. 1923, original cloth, faded; Grace, W.G. Cricket. 1891, original cloth; and 10 others; sold not subject to return

249 Scotland, History and Literature, 41 volumes, including Jebb, Samuel De Vita & Rebus Gestis Serenissimae Principis Mariae, Scotorum Regiae. London: Jacob Woodman & David Lyon, 1725. 2 volumes, folio, contemporary calf; Scott, Sir Walter Kenilworth... Edinburgh: A. Constable, 1821. 3 volumes, half-titles, contemporary half calf, bookplates; [Idem] The Fortunes of Nigel. Edinburgh: A. Constable, 1822. 3 volumes, second edition, half-titles, contemporary half calf, bookplates; [Idem] Redgauntlet... Edinburgh: A. Constable, 1824. 3 volumes, first edition, 8vo, contemporary half calf; and another copy, without half-titles; [Idem] St Ronan’s Well. Edinburgh: A. Constable, 1824. First edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf, half-titles; [Idem] Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border. Kelso: T. Cadell, 1802. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf, half-titles; Cobbett, William Tour in Scotland. London, 1833. First edition, 8vo, original boards, paper label to spine; Mackenzie, George The Institutions of the Law of Scotland. Edinburgh: W. Brown, 1723. 8vo, contemporary calf; Transactions of the Society of the Antiquaries of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1792. 4to, volume 1 only, contemporary calf rebacked; Royal Association for the Promotion of the Fine Arts in Scotland 8 folio collections of illustrations for the works of Sir Walter Scott; and 11 other books, sold not subject to return (41)


246 No lot 247 Postal Interest - Williamson, Peter & Edinburgh’s Penny Post Williamson’s Directory for the City of Edinburgh, Canongate, Leith and Suburbs, from June, 1784, to June, 1785. Edinburgh: Printed for P. Williamson and sold at his General Penny-Post Office, 1784. 12mo, comprising 120pp. (some leaves misbound) in original blue printed wrappers, in custom-made slipcase, wrappers a little foxed with some chipping Note: Between 1773 and 1774, Peter Williamson founded Edinburgh’s Penny Post system. His uniformed postmen numbered four, however they would be dressed in uniforms reading ‘1’, ‘4’, ‘8’, and ‘16’, in an attempt to make the business seem larger than it actually was. The wrappers of this small volume explain the process of the Penny Post, and list the businesses acting as stations, or post offices, for mail. This volume, dated 1785, is not listed by the ESTC on their website. £200-400 248 Regency Library Book Grab with a bamboo handle and brass fittings, 158cm high


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250 Shields, Henry & James Meikle Famous Clyde Yachts 1880-87. Glasgow and London: Oatts & Runciman, 1888. Folio, “frontispiece” and 31 mounted chromolithographed plates, original blue pictorial cloth gilt, a little foxing and slight dust-soiling to initial pages, bookplate to paste-down endpaper removed, some dampstaining and wear to covers £1,000-1,500 251 Small collection of leather bound books including Milne, Sir D. The Scottish Office. 1957. 8vo, presentation copy, red morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, g.e., slipcase; Selden, John The History of Tythes. [N.p.], “1618” [but 1680]. 4to, contemporary calf, title with slight loss of upper margin, worn, cover detached; Shakespeare, W. Works. Oxford, 1934. 8vo, red morocco, upper hinge broken; Hastings, Flora Poems. 1842. Second edition, 8vo, frontispiece, maroon morocco gilt, g.e.; Catalogue of Works of Art sent in... for Exhibition in Westminster Hall, 1847; bound with 5 others including A Catalogue of a Noble and Superlatively Capital Collection of undoubted Original Pictures... for Exhibiting for Sale by Private Contract at the Old Academy Room Pall Mall. G. Smeeton, [c.1810] , half calf, worn; Psalms of David in Metre. Edinburgh, 1801. 12mo, calf, lacks A2, some soiling; and 16 others (24) £250-350 252 Various cloth-bound works, including Landsborough Thomson, A. Britain’s Birds and their Nests. [c.1890]. 4to, plates, part of dust-jacket; Riviere, B.B. A History of the Birds of Norfolk. 1930. 8vo, original cloth, spine faded; Pollard, H.B.C. The Gun Room Guide. 1930. 4to, original cloth, binding somewhat soiled; Lawrence, T.E. Seven Pillars of Wisdom. 1935. 4to, original buckram; Churchill, Sir W. The World Crisis. 1923-27. Volumes 2 and 4 only, First editions, original cloth (6) £100-150

253 Witchcraft & Alchemy, 5 volumes, including Waite, Arthur Edward The Hermetic and Alchemical Writings. London: J. Elliott, 1894. 2 volumes, 4to, original pictorial maroon cloth gilt; Scot, Reginald The Discoverie of Witchcraft. John Rodker, 1930. 4to, number 722 of 1275 copies, original maroon morocco-backed green buckram, t.e.g., uncut, joints slightly split, slightly faded; Sennevoy, Du Potet Du. Magnetism and Magic. London, 1927. 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper; Grainge, William Daemonologia: a Discourse on Witchraft. Harrogate, 1882. 8vo, original cloth, bookplate, stamp on endpaper and title verso of Wigan Free Public Library, rubbed, joint split (5) £200-300 254 Women: Female Etiquette & Costume, 8 books Sheridan, Louisa Henrietta The Comic Offering; or Ladies’ Melange... London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1832. 12mo, second volume only, contemporary embossed black covers with puppet master motif by De la Rue, London; [Defoe, Daniel] Religious Courtship: being Historical Discourses on the Necessity of Marrying Religious Husbands and Wives Only... London: Thomas Kelly, [1824?] 8vo, modern quarter morocco; Fashion The World of Fashion... London: January 1 1847-December 1 1847. 8vo, modern half calf, 66 plates (many hand-coloured); Child, Mrs. The Frugal Housewife. London: W. Tegg & Co., 1847. Twenty-second edition, 16mo, modern pink cloth; Smith, Albert The Natural History of The Flirt. London: D. Bogue, 1848. 16mo, 20th century crushed green half morocco gilt; The Young Ladies’ Journal London: E. Marrison Salisbury Se., 1865. 4to, volume 2 only, later quarter morocco; Journal des Demoiselles et Petit Courrier des Dames..., 1880. 4to, 40 (of 85?) hand-coloured fashion plates, quarter red morocco gilt, custom made box; Köhler, Carl A History of Costume, 1929. 8vo, original cloth (8) £250-350

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NATURAL HISTORY 255 Botany, Agriculture and Gardening, 7 volumes comprising Rousseau, J.J. Letters on the Elements of Botany, 1815; bound with Martyn, Thomas Thirty-Eight Plates, with Explanations. 1799, 38 hand-coloured plates, contemporary half calf, somewhat dampstained; Kames, Lord The Gentleman Farmer. Edinburgh, 1798. Fourth edition, frontispiece & 3 plates, contemporary calf gilt; Martyn, T. The Language of Botany. 1807, contemporary half calf, neatly rebacked & new corners; Cruickshank, T. The Practical Planter. 1830, contemporary diced calf; Graves, George The Naturalist’s Pocket-Book. [1817], 8 engraved plates, original boards, uncut, worn; Galpine, J. A Synoptical Compend of British Botany. 1820. 12mo, calf, upper board detached; and 1 other (7) £150-250 256 Culpeper, Nicholas Culpeper’s Complete Herbal. London: R. Evans, 1815. 4to, engraved frontispiece portrait and 40 hand-coloured engraved plates, contemporary calf, some dampstaining (chiefly to text), plates somewhat dust-soiled, rebacked, corners repaired £150-200 257 Darwin, Charles On the Origin of Species. London: John Murray, 1860. Second edition, “fifth thousand” (second issue), 8vo, folding diagram, 32pp. adverts at rear, original green blind-stamped cloth with gilt tooling to spine, bookplate of James Whittle, previous ownership inscription to freeendpaper, quotation written on half-title, hinges splitting, repair to pp.365-6, a little foxing throughout, some pages a little loose, a little bumping to covers and rubbing to joints

259 Deeside and Braemar - MacGilivray, William The Natural History of Dee Side and Braemar. London: for Private Circulation, 1855. First edition, 8vo., with printed presentation leaf from Prince Albert to Count Strezelecki, 2 folding maps and 6 plates, contemporary red half morocco gilt, t.e.g.



258 Deers and Deerstalking, 8 volumes, including Whitehead, G.K. The Deerstalking Grounds of Great Britain and Ireland. 1960., 4to, dustwrapper; Whitehead, G.K. Deer and their Management. 1950. 4to, dustwrapper; Whitehead, G.K. The Deer of Great Britain and Ireland. 1964, dustwrapper Tegner, H. The Roe Deer. 1951, dustwrapper repaired; and 5 others (8)

260 Geology, a collection including Woodward, H.B. The Geology of England and Wales. 1876, folding map, plates, original cloth; Geikie, A. The Geology of Central and W. Fife and Kinross. 1900, 3 copies; Geikie, J. The Great Ice Age. 1894; Bailey, E.B. & others Tertiary and Post-Tertiary Geology of Mull, Loch Aline and Oban, 1924; The Silurian Rocks of Britain. 1899, vol. 1 only; The Geological Structure of the N.W. Highlands of Scotland. 1907, map supplied in facsimile; The Geology of the Neighbourhood of Edinburgh. 1910; Geology of E. Fife. 1902; Nicholson, H.A. A Manual of Palaeontology. 1879. 2 volumes, a few library stamps, Lewis, H.C. Papers and Notes on the Glacial Geology of Great Britain. 1894; Huxley, L. Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley. 1900. 2 volumes; Clark, J.W. Life and Letters of the Rev. Adam Sedgwick. 1890, 2 volumes; some volumes rubbed; sold not subject to return



£150-250 261 Gilbert, Samuel The Florists Vade-Mecum... London: J. Taylor, 1702. Third edition, 12mo, later half calf with gilt banding to spine, foxed, small tear to lower margin of pp.143-144 with slight loss to text [ESTC T95543] £100-150 262 [Jerdon, Thomas] - Indian Ornithology - 1 book & 8 framed plates [Illustrations of Indian Ornithology. Madras, 1847?] 4to, 28 (of 50) handcoloured plates only, including one parakeet plate (XVIII) loose and trimmed, lacking title-page, modern green cloth gilt, some repairs to final leaf, small repairs and slight dust-soiling to Shaheen Falcon & Large Hawk-Eagle, a little soiling and spotting predominantly to edges throughout; [AND] 8 hand-coloured, framed and glazed prints from Illustrations of Indian Ornithology; sold as a collection of plates (9) £400-600


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263 Latham, John A General History of Birds. Winchester: Jacob and Johnson for the Author, 1821-1828. First Edition, 11 volumes in 10, 4to. (270 x 213mm), 193 hand coloured engraved plates, list of subscribers vol. I, modern half sheep and marbled boards, occasional light spotting, mostly marginal, a few faint dampstains, light offsetting from text to plates and vice-versa (10) Note: First edition of this expanded and updated version of Latham’s General Synopsis of Birds. Sitwell, Bird, p 114. £2,000-3,000

264 Lilford, Thomas Powys, 4th Baron Notes on the Birds of Northamptonshire and Neighbourhood. London: R.H. Porter, 1895, 2 volumes, 8vo, frontispiece, 24 plates, folding map, illustrations, red half morocco by R.H. Porter, t.e.g. £150-200 265 Lilies - Grove, Arthur, Cotton, Arthur - [Elwes, Henry John]A Supplement to Elwes’ Monograph of the Genus Lilium. London: [First volume] Taylor and Francis; [Second volume] Royal Horticultural Society, 1933-1940, 1960-1962. First edition, folio, 2 volumes bound in one, dedication leaf, 40 plates, comprising 30 hand-coloured lithographs and 10 collotypes, contemporary green half morocco gilt, interior and binding very clean £500-700 266 Loudon, Jane Webb British Wild Flowers. London: W.S. Orr, [1855]. Second edition, 4to, 60 handcoloured lithographed plates, half-title, contemporary tree calf gilt, Brent Gration Maxfield copy, very finely rebacked £300-400 267 Millais, J.G. Game Birds and Shooting-Sketches. London: Sotheran, 1892. 4to, engraved portrait & 16 chromolithographed plates, red half morocco, rubbed, foot of spine repaired £150-200


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268 Millais, J.G., two volumes comprising British Deer and their Horns. London: H. Sotheran, 1897. First edition, 4to, coloured frontispiece, 10 Electrogravures, illustrations, original pictorial buckram, t.e.g., binding a bit spotted, slightly rubbed at extremities; Millias, J.G. Game Birds and Shooting Sketches. London: H. Sotheran, 1892. First edition, 4to, frontispiece, 15 coloured plates, 18 ‘Autotype’ plates, illustrations, contemporary red half morocco gilt, lettered in gilt, t.e.g. (2) £250-350 269 Morris, Rev. Francis A Natural History of the Nests and Eggs of British Birds. London: G. Bell, 1875. Second edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, 232 coloured plates, original cloth gilt, spines neatly repaired £150-200 270 Natural History, a quantity, including Cox, E.H.M. The Plant Introductions of Reginald Farrer. 1930. One of 500 copies, white buckram; Lucas, W.J. British Dragonflies. 1900. Coloured plates, Harvie-Brown, J.A. A Fauna of the Tay Basin & Strathmore. 1906; Braithwaite, R. The British Moss-Flora. 1887, 3 volumes, plates; Youatt. W. The Horse. 1831, calf gilt, neatly rebacked; Lowe, E.J. Our Native Ferns. 1865. 2 volumes, coloured plates, cloth, blindstamps to plates; Lowe, E.J. A Natural History of British Grasses. 1871, coloured plates; and 5 others


£150-200 271 New Naturalist - Berry, R.J. The Natural History of Orkney. [No 70]. London: Collins, 1985. First edition, second state (i.e. the publisher took the soft back issue, and rebound them in cloth, as they had only bound 2/300 copies in cloth); hardcover with ‘Collins’ and ‘NN’ logo to spine, 8vo, green cloth gilt, dustjacket; and a copy of the First edition, soft back issue, 1985 (2) £200-250 272 New Naturalist - Boyd, J.M. and I.L. Boyd The Hebrides. [No. 76]. First edition, 8vo, plates, original cloth, dustjacket, protected in glassine protector £150-200 273 New Naturalist Monograms, 5 volumes, comprising Armstrong, E.A. The Wren. 1955; Lowe, F.A. The Heron. 1954; Morley, D.W. Ants. 1953; Smith, K.M. & R. Markham Mumps, Measles & Mosaics. 1954; Mountfort, G. The Hawfinch. 1957, first editions, 8vo, original cloth, dustwrappers, very good copies (5) £350-450


274 New Naturalist Monograms, a collection of 25 volumes, comprising 1) The Badger, 1948; 2) The Redstart, 1950; 4) The Yellow Wagtail, 1950; 5) The Greenshank. 1951, endpaper discoloured; 7) Fleas, Flukes & Cuckoos, extremities of dust-jacket strengthened; 9) Herring Gull’s World, 1953; 12) Squirrels, 1954; 13) The Rabbit, 1956; 14) The Birds of the London Area, 1957; 16) The Salmon, 1959, price-clipped; 17) Lords and Ladies. 1960; 18) Oysters, 1960; 19) The House Sparrow, 1963; 20) The Wood Pigeon, 1965; 21) The Trout, 1967; 22) The Mole, 1971; First editions, dustwrappers, very good condition, a few very slightly discoloured to spine, duplicates of 1, 12, 16, 20 and 21 in dust-jackets (no 12 in photocopied dustwrapper); Marren, P. The New Naturalists, paperback; Marren, P. Art of the New Naturalists. 2009; The New Naturalist. 1948. 4to, clipped dust-jacket; and dustwrappers (only) to The Redstart & The Yellow Wagtail (25) £350-400

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275 New Naturalist, 92 volumes, comprising numbers 1 (slightly discoloured and v. slightly rubbed), 2 (spine ends slightly frayed), 3, 5 (slightly rubbed, small tear lower wrapper), 6, 8 (slightly rubbed), 9 (slightly spotted), 10 (slightly rubbed, tear to lower flap), 12 (repaired at extremities), 13 (slightly rubbed, repair to upper cover), 14 (spine spotted), 15 (closed tear to spine, some spotting to dust-jacket), 16, 17, 19, 20, 21 (owner’s name in ink on endpaper), 23, 24, 25, 26 (slightly chipped), 27 (small nick & tear), 30, 31, 33 (trifle rubbed), 35 (slightly spotted), 36 -37 (rather spotted), 38 (photocopied dustwrapper), 40 (spine slightly faded), 42, 43 (dustwrapper bit soiled), 44 (second edition), 45, 47, 49, 51, 52, 53, 55-59, 60 (number in ink on endpaper), 61-64, 65 (number in ink on endpaper), 66, 71 (softback), 83, 87-92, 94-128; virtually all first editions, mostly fine copies, all protected with dustjacket protectors £1,200-1,500

276 New Naturalists, a collection of 32 volumes, including numbers 1 (1st & 3rd edition, slightly discoloured, one with split at fold), 3 (frayed with loss), 6 (3 copies, all rubbed, one frayed, one torn with loss), 13 (slightly rubbed & soiled), 17 (2 copies, 1 torn and repaired), 20 (spine faded, price clipped), 33, 52 (2 copies), 53, 55 (price-clipped), 56, 60 (2 copies, one reprint, one spine faded), 62, 63 (price-clipped), 71 (softback, 2 copies), 98, 99 (reprinted), 101-103, 105, 106, 108, 109, all hardback, first editions unless stated, most with protective wrappers; and 107 Grouse in paperback (32) £300-400

278 Ornithological prints - 4 framed and 31 loose hand-coloured lithographs, including Oudart, P. Grallaria monticola; Atelornis squammigera; Geophaps versicolor; Tinnunculus gracilis (these 4 framed), 4 other hand-coloured lithographs, 345 x 260mm, also from O. des Murs’s Iconographie Ornithologique. Nouveau Recueil Généneral de Planches Peints d’Oiseaux (Paris, 1849); and 31 smaller hand-coloured lithographs after P. Oudart, 225 x 150mm, a few with spotting, a few with discolouration from background wash; loosely inserted in red morocco boards and spine to Murs’s Iconographie Ornithologique £150-250

277 Ornithological and Herpetological prints, 9 Gould, John Iyngipicus Nanus [woodpeckers], [1883?], 45 x 24cm (visible area), hand-coloured; Levaillant, F. - Jacques Barraband Le Barbu à Front d’Or, [c.1806?], 54 x 37cm (visible area), hand-coloured; Gray, John Edward Javan Tern, Alied Tern, Brown Bellied Tern, [1835?], 43 x 32cm (visible area), hand-coloured; and another by Gray; [Idem] Hardwicke’s Uromastix, 1829, 23 x 48cm (visible area), hand-coloured; Martinet, François-Nicolas - Georges-Louis Leclerc Buffon Le Bec-ouvert, de Pondichery, 25 x 21.5cm (visible area), hand-coloured; and another by Buffon; and 2 hand-coloured plates showing Quails from the Transactions of the Zoological Society of London, 1835 (9) £200-300

279 Ornithology, 2 works LeClerc, Georges-Louis, Comte de Buffon All the World’s Birds... New York: Rizzoli, 2007. First impression, green cloth, dust-jacket, slip-case; Peterson, Roger Tory & Virginia Marie Audubon’s Birds of America. New York: Abbeville Press, [1990]. Folio, cloth, dust-jacket, slip-case, some adhesion between a few pages (2) £150-200

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280 Price, Sarah Illustrations of the Fungi of our Fields and Woods. London: for the author, 1864-65. 2 volumes, 4to, [First and] Second Series, 20 handcoloured lithographed plates, original green pictorial cloth gilt, faint staining lower margin vol. 2, hinges repaired, rebacked, corners worn


£200-300 281 Ray Society Publications, 4 volumes, including Allman, G.J. A Monograph of the Gymnoblastic or Tubularian Hydroids. London, 1872, 2 volumes, folio, 23 plates, some coloured; McIntosh, W.C. The British Annelids. London, 1908-10. Volume 2, parts 1 and 2, folio, plates, some chromolithographed; all cloth-backed boards, bindings slightly worn and slightly soiled, one cover detached (4) £150-200 282 Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh Notes from the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. Glasgow, 1901-1958. Volumes 1-22 and Index for volumes 15-21 bound in 12, plates and illustrations, blue cloth gilt, occasional stamp of the Royal Society of Edinburgh £200-300 283 Scottish botanical specimens, 1835-36 label on spine “Wild Flowers and Herbs”, Rare Specimens, from 1835, 184 specimens, mounted on sheets and loosely inserted between blank leaves, neatly captioned with Latin and common name, and mostly dated, with place of collection [various locations in Grampians, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Ross-shire and near Edinburgh], 4to, 26 x 15cm, contemporary half calf, contemporary bookplate of Elsy Jamieson £200-300 285

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284 The Ibis, a Quarterly Journal of Ornithology edited by P.L. Sclater & H. Saunders, Seventh Series, volumes 3-6, 18971900, vol. 3 with a letter from Robert Salvin, Sec. of the B.O.U.; Series Eight, volumes 1-6, 1901-06; hand-coloured lithographed and chromolithographed plates, many by Keulemans, original red cloth gilt, t.e.g., uncut (10) £200-300

286 Thorburn, Archibald Game Birds and Wild-Fowl of Great Britain and Ireland. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1923. First edition, 34 (of 38) colour plates, plate 19 detached, original red cloth, worn, spine faded; Thorburn, Archibald British Birds. London: Longmans [&c.], 1925-26. 4 volumes, [large paper edition], number 10 of 205 copies, 8vo, 192 mounted coloured plates, original red cloth, faded and slightly marked (5) £300-400

285 Thomson, Sir Charles Wyville Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of the H.M.S. Challenger during the Years 1873-76... Zoology, volume II, parts vii & viii. London: Longmans & Co., 1881. Folio, 60 plates, comprising 30 lithographs relating to corals and 30 hand-coloured bird plates, green cloth gilt, bookplate and stamps of the University of Glasgow Department of Zoology to half-title and title-page, some foxing particularly to initial pages, some slight browning to plate edges and occasional light dustsoiling, hinges splitting, covers and spine rubbed and worn £900-1,200

287 Thorburn, Archibald British Birds. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1917. 4 volumes, 4to, mixed edition, 82 coloured plates, original red cloth, spines faded, head of vol. 1 rubbed, slight marking of sides £200-250 288 Thornton, Robert John The Temple of Flora. London: Folio Society, 2008. Folio Society facsimile volume, elephant folio, with commentary and additional print, limited to 600 copies, green half morocco gilt over pictorial cloth, all contained in original green case £250-350

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289 Wilson, Alexander American Ornithology; or, The Natural History of The Birds of The United States. New York: Collins & Co.; Philadelphia: Harrison Hall, 1828-29. 3 volumes, 8vo, and 1 volume folio, 76 hand-coloured engraved plates, text dark green half morocco, spines gilt, atlas in later matching dark green quarter morocco and black cloth, text volumes slightly darkened, text volumes rubbed and stained, fore-margin of plate volume title stained, some mostly marginal soiling to plates, plate 39 & 44 with small nick from fore-margin, small stain to plate 26, otherwise plates bright Note: “Audubon was not the father of American ornithology. That honorific belongs to Alexander Wilson, whose encyclopedic American Ornithology established a distinct approach that emphasised the observation of live birds”, (Alexander Wilson; the Scot who founded American Ornithology, by Edward H. Burt, Jnr. & William E. Davis, Jnr.). £6,000-8,000

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ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS 290 [§] Guthrie, James and Betty Bunn The Wild Garden: 6 letters and notes written in pen and pencil from the writer James Guthrie to the artist Betty Bunn, regarding her (unpublished) illustrations for his book, with 12 original illustrations by Bunn, including mock-ups for title-pages/covers, with 6 calligraphic Shakespearean sonnets written by Bunn, and an additional watercolour by Bunn £400-600 291 [§] Heaps, Stanley A., original illustration - London Underground Pen and ink drawing on linen, blue wash tint, architectural illustration by Stanley A Heaps dated 1916 of the “Traffic Buildings” incorporating St James Park Station, probably a proposed design Heaps submitted for the rebuilding of the Underground Electric Railways Company for London (UERL) head office - 55 Broadway, 77 x 65cm. Note: In 1908, Heaps became the Underground Electric Railways Company of London Limited (UERL)’s architect and produced designs for a number of new stations on the Bakerloo and Northern lines during the 1910s and early 1920s. Architect Charles Holden was commissioned to undertake the rebuilding of UERL’s head office between 1925 and 1927, Heaps’s proposed design being rejected. £200-300 292 [§] Smit, Pierre Jacques Platanista Gangetica [Ganges River Porpoise], original watercolour on card for Lydekker’s Royal Natural History, 1895, grisaille heightened in white, 135 x 85mm £300-500 293 [§] Wheeler, Dorothy Muriel - 13 nursery rhyme illustrations Ink and watercolour illustrations entitled: Noodlum, The Old Witch, Birthday Wish, The Caterpillar’s Lament, Goblin Shoes, Local News, Silver Star, The Copy Cat, The Little Man, Witches Brew, The Slumber Tree, The Golden Key & Hob and Nob, 12 with Wheerler’s ‘D.M.W.’ initials to toadstools, between 31 x 23.5 and 26 x 19cm, framed and glazed (13)

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£600-800 294* Wingfield, Watkin - satirical illustrations Album containing 14 watercolours and 8 pen and ink illustrations (one not laid-in), most around 27 x 18.5cm (and a couple of smaller images) of comedic, satirical and nightmarish scenes, one watercolour signed and two images initialled, with a photograph of the artist, all but one laid-down into a nineteenth century half morocco album, upper cover detached Provenance: Ownership signature of Mary Karoline Birch Reynardson to endpaper Note: Captain Watkin Wingfield, 1803-1886, was born in the Welsh village of Ruabon. He attented Rugby School and subsequently served as an ensign the 23rd Madras Native Infantry and the 10th Light Cavalry. He died at 65 Chester Square, London, at the age of 83, having written one theatrical work, ‘The Hidden Treasure’. A scrapbook of his works is held at Yale University. £600-800


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295 [§] Simpsons, The 2 storyboards for The Simpsons: Episode 18, season 12 Trilogy of Error (episode 266), comprising 9 panels in ink and pencil, featuring Homer and Lisa Simpson, 112 x 42cm, framed and glazed; AND Episode 1, season 13 “Treehouse of Horrors XII” (episode 270) comprising 4 illustrations in red and black, with dialogue and additional comments for the illustrators, featuring Homer Simpson and a minor character, 121 x 42cm, framed and glazed (2) £600-800

296 [§] Wall, Arthur - original illustrations for John Geddie’s The Fringes of Edinburgh 36 original pen and ink drawings (between c.37 x 27cm and c.17 x 17.5cm) and 4 watercolours (between c.37 x 27cm and c.27 x 18.5cm), c.1925-6 (Geddie’s book was first published in 1927), mostly signed Arthur Wall or ‘A.W.’, including views of Swanston Cottage, Craigiehall Old Bridge, Torduff Loch, Corstorphine Church, Mortonhall, Cramond Bridge, The Grotto at Craigiehall, Brunstane House, The Dovecot at Redhall, Granton Harbour, Ravelston Old House, and others, all but one on board, some pencil notes relating to resizing, a little foxing and occasional dust-soiling; Geddie, John The Fringes of Edinburgh. London/Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers Ltd., [n.d.]; Gellibrand, Emma The Story of Kitty and Harry... London/Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers, Limited, [n.d.]; and an original sketch for the cover of Gellibrand’s work, showing two small children by a boat, 31 x 21.5cm, no illustrator given (43) £400-600

PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION 297 Bible in Latin - Biblia Sacrosancta Biblia Sacrosancta ad Hebraicam... Basel: Nicolaus Brylinger, 1551. 8vo, vignette to the Book of Genesis partially hand-coloured, many small woodcut initials partially hand-coloured, contemporary embossed pigskin, lacking one clasp, writing in a 17th century hand to paste-down endpaper, title-page torn with around 1/3 loss, some worming with a little loss to text, some slight dampstaining and soiling to text and covers £300-500

298 Bibles, 3 books Prideaux, Humphrey The Old and New Testament Connected in the History of the Jews and Neighbouring Nations... Dublin: John Gill, John Hyde..., 1719. Folio, collates: [4], v-xvi, [6], 259, [21]; [v], vi-xii, 288, [32], 2 parts in one volume, title-pages in red and black, 5 maps, 1 plan, map of Asia-Minor upside-down, contemporary calf rebacked, some browning, a few tears; The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments... Oxford: S. Crowder, 1777. Large 4to; [bound with] The Book of Common Prayer. Oxford, 1769; [bound with] The Whole Book of Psalms, collected into English Metre... Oxford, 1770; contemporary calf, covers worn and rubbed; Bible in French La Sainte Bible... Amsterdam: G.G. Onder den Linden, 1797. 12mo, engraved title, green morocco gilt, gauffred edges; sold not subject to return (3) £300-400

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300 299 Biblia Sacra - Holy Bible, Old Testament Biblia Sacra vulgatae Editionis... tomus primus. Antwerp: Plantin, 1624. Folio, half-title, engraved title-page, contemporary panelled embossed calf, embossed metallic corners and centrepieces, ownership inscriptions to half-title including a mention of Joannis van Helden and the date 1636, lacking clasps, some small rustholes and marks, occasionally affecting text, small wormholes affecting text particularly in latter quarter of book, some light browning, some wear to covers and joints £150-250 300 Book of Common Prayer, 1636/7 The Booke of Common Prayer... Edinburgh: Robert Young, 1637. Small folio in eights, title-page in red and black, contemporary calf with decorative gilt stamps to covers and later red morocco gilt label to spine, upper cover detached, bookplate of Robert John Archibald Steuart, some very slight occasional dampstaining and one or two small marginal closed tears [ESTC S113851 with cancells 2K7 & 8] £400-600

301 Brinsley, John The True Watch and Rule of Life.... tenth edition. London: John Beale, 1626. 8vo, 2 parts in one volume, contemporary vellum, [ESTC S1115882], upper hinge broken, light soiling to first title £150-200 302 Chrysostom, Saint John Ioannis Chrysostomi Archiepiscopi Constantinopolitani Commentaria in Novvm Testamentum Graecè & Latinè. Paris: Caroli Morelli, 1633. 2 volumes, folio in sixes, portrait, title-page in red and black, contemporary embossed calf, some light dampstaining and occasional small tears affecting text, rubbed, joints split, sold not subject to return (2) £120-180 303 Holy Bible in English, 1640 [Amsterdam: Thomas Stafford, 1640, According to the Copy printed at Edinburgh by Andro Hart, in the yeare 1610] Folio, contemporary calf, lacks [par.]1-6 & A1 (i.e. 7 leaves including Old Testament title-page), A2 torn with large amounts of loss, large closed tear to (2)A3, various notes and scribbles in an early hand especially to New Testament title-page, various small closed tears and some soiling and dampstaining throughout, Ff2-3 of New Testament detached and worn, joints split, rubbed [ESTC S1794] Note: An unusual bible, with the ESTC listing 4 copies in libraries in the British Isles and 1 copy in a North American library. £200-300 304 Holy Bible, English, 1599 The Bible, that is the Holy Scriptures. London: Deputies of Christopher Barker, 1599. 4to, woodcut on (second printed) title, woodcuts in text, 19th century blindstamped calf, lacks the first title, first page of Genesis, P4-5, CCC1-2, and 11ff. of tables at end [Final leaf being QQQ1], A2 with slight loss of text at foot of page, N.T. title with over half torn away, DD7, EEE7 and FFF1 torn with loss of text, some running titles shaved, light stain to most lower margins, some dampstaining and soiling, upper board detached, [Herbert 247] £300-400


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305 305 Holy Bible, English, 1608 The Bible, Translated according to the Ebrew and Greeke. London: Robert Barker, 1608. 8vo, 17th century panelled calf, New Testament title within woodcut border, N.T. title followed by 4pp. Calendar, Book of Common Prayer & Psalms (A-E8), To the Christian Reader (*3), A1-II2; New Testament title (*1), *2-4 (summe; Certaine questions), KKK1-ZZZ10; Two Right Profitable and fruitfull Concordances. London: R. Barker, 1608, A1-L2; The Whole Booke of Psalmes. London: Printed for the Companie of Stationers, 1609. A1-F6; lacks Psalmes after F6 corner of Psalmes A6 torn with loss, some headlines and sidenotes shaved, some stains, especially to lower margin, some soiling, wormhole in inner margin of Book of Common Prayer, Psalms at beginning and beginning of Genesis, affecting a few letters, soundly sewn, once rebacked, worn, upper cover detached, [Herbert 294] Provenance: John Waterford 1648, inscriptions on verso of “Godly Prayers” £300-500

306 Holy Bible, English, 1613 The Holy Bible. London: Robert Barker, 1613. 4to, titles within woodcut borders, lacking Revelation after 22:11, bound with an incomplete Book of Common Prayer and Book of Psalms, contemporary calf, joints split, rather dust-soiled, lacks clasps, slight loss of text at KKK2, wormhole to lower margin of LLL8-KKK4 £400-600 307 Holy Bible, English, 1613 [The Holy Bible. London: Robert Barker, ?1613 (date taken from Concordances)] 8vo, lacking both titles, comprises pp.1-435, *2-4 (Summe, Certaine questions), 441-554; Two right profitable and fruitfull Concordances. London: Robert Barker, 1613, A1-L2, two gatherings seemingly supplied from another copy, wormhole to approximately half of O.T., more substantial worming to beginning of O.T.; preceded by incomplete and wormed Book of Common Prayer, 17th century panelled calf over wooden boards, early reback, worn, upper cover detached, some spotting and staining, slight worming to some lower margins of N.T. occasionally affecting text; sold not subject to return £200-300 308 Holy Bible, English, 1660 The Holy Bible Containing the Old Testament and the New. London: Henry Hills and John Field, 1660. 8vo, contemporary tooled calf, lacking 3A3 & 3A4, some slight loss to text due to trimming and a few small chips to page edges, light browning throughout, ink spots throughout often obscuring text, New Testament title-page affected by bleedthrough ink which erases inscription on verso, joints splitting [ESTC R16969] £200-250 309 Holy Bible, English, 1661 The Holy Bible. Cambridge: Printed by John Field, 1661. 8vo, ruled in red throughout, engraved title-pages, bound with The Whole Book of Psalms, Cambridge: J. Field, 1661; Ppp2-7 loose, contemporary black morocco, 19th century reback, lacks clasps, blank leaf following title detailing births & early deaths of children of Thomas & Kathrine [sic] Bromley 1639-61, corners worn £200-400


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310 Holy Bible, English, 1685 The Holy Bible... London/Oxford: Thomas Guy, 1685. Small 12mo, contemporary floral blind tooled red morocco, A3 torn with loss to text, occasional other small tears with some loss to text, some writing in pencil and ink, especially to New Testament title-page, lacking clasps, covers rubbed with slight worming [ESTC R30795]; [bound with] The Book of Common Prayer... London/Oxford: Thomas Guy, 1686. Small 12mo, ESTC R172846 but with a slightly variant collation of A-F12, titlepage soiled with some chips affecting text, a few chips affecting text throughout; incomplete Psalms at rear of volume £150-200 311 Lloyd, David Memoires, or the Lives, Actions, Sufferings & Deaths, of those Noble, Reverend and Excellent Personages that suffered... for the Protestant Religion. London: S. Speed [&c.], 1668. 4to, engraved frontispiece portrait, advertisement leaf at end, contemporary calf, worn, [ESTC R3832]

312 St Augustine S. Augustine’s Confessions... [S.l. : s.n.], 1679. 8vo, modern half calf, some browning and light spotting throughout [ESTC R19944] £300-500 313 Wilkinson, Henry Characters of a Sincere Heart and the Comforts Thereof, Collected out of the Word of God. Oxford: L. Lichfield, 1674. 8vo, later half calf, some annotations and underlining, a little soiling and some dampstaining, covers detached, spine lacking [ESTC R27587: listing only 9 copies in libraries in the British Isles and North America] £300-400


PHOTOGRAPHY 314 Annan, Thomas - William Young The Old Closes & Streets of Glasgow. Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1900. Folio, 50 plates (49 of which are photogravures), original red cloth gilt, circulating library plate and ownership inscription of Bonhill and Alexandria St. Andrew’s Royal Arch Lodge, no.321, to both freeendpapers, some soiling and foxing, covers rubbed, worn and faded £1,500-2,000 315 Barker, George Niagara Falls in Summer. probably 1880s, mammoth-plate albumen print, approx 40 by 47.5cm, mounted [affixed to mount], faded with extensive oxidisation from mounting glue across image, framed and glazed £200-300


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320 Edinburgh - Interior Decoration - Charlotte Square 9 photographs of the interior of 8 Charlotte Square by Drummond Young & Watson (Photographers), 240 x 295mm, mounted on card, captioned in pencil in upper corners, loose in card folder, ties, [c.19071919] Note: Drummond Young & Watson was established in 1907 and changed its name in 1919 to W. & E. Drummond Young. £100-200 321 Frith, Francis Diamond Jubilee, c.1897, silver gelatin print, c.44 x 58cm, framed and glazed £200-300 322 Haynes, Franklin Jay - Yellowstone National Park Old Faithful, Yellowstone. c.1880s, mammoth-plate albumen print, approx 53 by 41cm, mounted [affixed to mount], framed and glazed, faded with extensive oxidisation from mounting glue across image £200-300


323 Hill, David Octavius and R. Adamson Calotypes. Illustrating an Early State in the Development of Photography. Selected from his Collection by Andrew Elliot. Edinburgh: Printed for Private Circulation, 1928. Folio, number 22 of 38 copies, 47 plates, original pink - red cloth, t.e.g., spine slightly faded £700-1,000

316 Buckham, Captain Alfred Sunshine, Wind and Smoke, Edinburgh. c. 1920, silver gelatin print, 45.5 x 38cm, pencil signature and caption on mount, some silvering and a little fading, board stuck to mount, mount chipped £700-1,200

324 India - photographs of a gun dog show, 1930 “Souvenir, Jind Week, 1930”, 99 photographs depicting scenes at a gun dog show, with a printed index to photographs (showing one photograph, no.100, missing), mostly 8 x 13cm, all laid-down into green half morocco album, some fading throughout, covers detached and soiled, spine lacking £150-200

317 Buckham, Captain Alfred G. First World War albumen print, 30 x 38cm, showing Battleships in the Firth of Forth, with the Forth Rail Bridge in the background and the silhouette of a plane, signed to mount by Buckham, with faint writing to reverse, slightly faded £250-350 318 China & Egypt Photograph, 23 x 29.5cm, laid-down onto mount, with ink caption written onto image “Special Police, Shanghai, 1927”, depicting a large group of uniformed men posing for a photograph, signed to mount, some fading, small chip to one edge, mount soiled; Photoglob La Vie et les Paysages en Egypte. Zurich, [c.1880?] 21 photographs (of 30) only, loosely contained in original portfolio, with glassine wrapper, some photographs cut out from mounts (2) £150-200 319 China - Ah Fong The Sino-Japanese Hostilities 1937, Shanghai. Oblong 8vo album containing 110 photographs on 46pp., 2 photographs 19 x 7cm, remaining photographs c.6 x 9cm, four photographs printed in red, index of photographs pasted to initial page, original album with silver title and decoration to upper cover, some slight rubbing and chipping to covers; Shanghai “So ~ This is Shanghai.” Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh Limited, [early 20th century] Oblong 8vo, 26 photographic plates, original paper wrappers, some slight dust-soiling and light foxing to initial plate, some bumping and slight dust-soiling to covers (2) £900-1,200


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325 Muybridge, Eadweard Animal Locomotion. An Electro-Photographic Investigation of Consecutive Phases of Animal Movements 1872-1885. Philadelphia, 1887. Large oblong folio, 95 collotypes including photographs of Men, Women, Children, and Animals each on a two-toned leaf, with letterpress title, plate number, copyright, and date in the margin, rebound in modern red morocco-backed cloth, vellum corners, a little light spotting or very slight dust-soiling to most plates, stamp of Museum of Edinburgh (Science and Art) to title page and plate versos, Royal Scottish Museum Cancelled stamp to title ÂŁ30,000-40,000

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Note: Edweard Muybridge (1830-1904), a brilliant and eccentric photographer, gained worldwide fame photographing animal and human movement imperceptible to the human eye. In 1872 former California Governor Leland Stanford asked Muybridge to determine through photography whether all four hooves of a galloping horse left the ground at the same time. By setting up multiple cameras to capture motion in stop-motion photographs, Eadweard Muybridge captured animals’ movement in a way that had never been done before. In the 1880s the University of Pennsylvania sponsored Muybridge’s research using banks of cameras to photograph people in a studio, and animals from the Philadelphia Zoo to study their movement. The human models, either entirely nude or very lightly clothed, were photographed against a measured grid background in a variety of action sequences, including walking up or down stairs, hammering on an anvil, carrying buckets of water, or throwing water over one another, eventually producing thousands of images of animals and humans in motion, capturing what the human eye could not distinguish as separate movements. Muybridge thought of himself primarily as an artist but also saw the scientific and commercial aspects of his inventions. He spent much of his later years giving public lectures and demonstrations of his photography and early motion picture sequences, inventing the “zoopraxiscope”, a device for projecting motion pictures that pre-dated the flexible perforated film strip used in cinematography. This device was later regarded as an early movie projector, and the process as an intermediate stage toward motion pictures or cinematography. In 1887 The University of Pennsylvania published 781 plates under the title Animal Locomotion in a series of volumes. The album offered for sale, which contains 95 of these seminal photographs, was formerly in the collection of the Royal Scottish Museum and the Museum of Edinburgh. Muybridge’s influence was widely recognised by scientists and artists, Thomas Eakins, William Dickson, Thomas Edison, Marcel Duchamp, Harold Edgerton and Francis Bacon, amongst others, all acknowledging their debt to Muybridge’s pioneering work. £30,000-40,000 326 Prince Henry and Princess Alice, Duke & Duchess of Gloucester Dorothy Wilding Photograph, 14 x 11cm, famed and glazed, signed ‘Alice’ & ‘Henry’ to mount, 1963

327 Von Gloeden, Baron Wilhelm Young Boy with Flute, salt print, c.1910?, c.27 x 36cm, signed Gloeden to the negative, framed and glazed, faded, area around signature chipped away



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SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS & MEDICINE 328 18th Century Medicine, including Heister, Lorenz Compendium Anatomicum. Amsterdam, 1748. 2 volumes in one, 8vo, 9 folding plates, contemporary calf; Garengeot, Rene Jacques Crossaint de Traité des Operations de Chirurgie. Paris: G. Cavelier, 1731. Second edition, volumes 1-2 (of 3), 12mo, 13 plates, contemporary calf; Boerhaave, Hermann Tractatio Medico Practica de Lue Venerea. Leiden: van der Deyster, 1751. 8vo, frontispiece, contemporary calf; Harle, Jonathan An Historical Essay on the State of Physick. 1729. 8vo, modern boards; Collegii Regalis Medicorum Londinensis. Pharmacopoeia. London, 1788. 12mo, interleaved copy, half calf, rubbed; Sydenham, Thomas The Whole Works. 1722. 8th edition, 8vo, contemporary calf, owner’s name excised from title, slight soiling, worn; Dover, Thomas The Ancient Physician’s Legacy to his Country. 1732. First edition, 8vo, modern half calf gilt, title dust-soiled, spotted; Mead, Richard Medica Sacra. 1749. 8vo, modern boards (9) £250-350 329 19th Century Medicine, 27 volumes, including Abernethy, John The Surgical Works. 1811. 2 volumes, contemporary half calf; [Macmichael, W.] The Gold-Headed Cane. 1827. First edition, 8vo, boards, spine worn; Burns, J. The Principles of Surgery. 1831. 2 volumes in 1; Brodie, B.C. Pathological and Surgical Observations on the Disease of the Joints. 1836, original boards, joint split; Cooper, Sir A. The Principles and Practice of Surgery. 1837. 2 volumes in one, engraved portrait, hand-coloured plates, half calf, rubbed, one board detached; Howship, J. Practical Remarks on the Discrimination and Appearances of Surgical Disease. 1840; Liston, R. Practical Surgery. 1846; Velpeau, A. A Treatise on the Diseases of the Breast... 1856; Hecker, J.F.C. The Epidemics of the Middle Ages. 1859; Bucknill, J.C. The Medical Knowledge of Shakespeare. 1860; Larrey, Baron Memoir. 1861; Lonsdale, H. A Sketch of the Life and Writings of Robert Knox the Anatomist. 1870; Annandale, T. On the Pathology and Operative Treatment of “Hip” Disease. 1876, presentation copy from the author, library stamp to title; Arcana Fairfaxiana Manuscripta.. Facsimile. Newcastle, 1890, 2 copies, one lacking spine; Moyes, J. Medicine & Kindred Arts in the Plays of Shakespeare. 1896; Paget, Sir J. Memoirs and Letters. 1901, half calf gilt; Osler, William Incunabula Medica, a Study of the Earliest Printed Medical Books 1467-1480. 1923. 4to, original cloth-backed boards, t.e.g.; Ball, J.M. The Sack-em-up Men. 1923, dust-jacket; Pickerill, H.P. Facial Surgery. 1924; Ketham, Johannes de The Fasciculus Medicinae. Facsimile of the First (Venetian) edition of 1491. Milan, 1924. Large folio, coloured plates, original half cloth, slight spotting to first leaves, binding slightly soiled; Beytout, G. La Pharmacie & La Médicine dans l’oeuvre de H. Daumier. Cent vingt lithographies. Paris, 1932. Folio, number 130 of 150 copies, original boards discoloured, uncut; Charcot, J.M. & P. Richer. Les Difformes et les Malades. Paris, 1889. First edition, 4to, presentation copy from the authors, illustrations, wrappers somewhat soiled, rebacked; and 3 others, original cloth unless catalogued otherwise (26) £300-500 330 Adams, George A Treatise Describing the Construction and Explaining the use of... Globes. London: Printed for and sold by the Author, 1772. Third edition, 8vo, 14 plates, contemporary calf, Melville bookplate, marginal tear to pp.57-8, some foxing and light offsetting throughout, upper cover detached, lower joint split, worn [ESTC T53464] £200-300 331 Agricola, Georgius De re metallica. Basel: Emanuel König, 1657. Fourth edition, folio, collates: [10], 708, [92], one folding woodcut plate only (of 2), other woodcuts throughout text, contemporary panelled calf, bookplate of Sir Henry Hay Makdougall, browned and spotted, upper cover detached £300-400


332 Albinus, Bernard Siegfried [Tables of the skeleton and muscles of the human body. London J. & P. Knapton, 1749]. Large folio, 32 plates, 16 outline plates only, (comprising 3 skeleton plates & 3 Outline skeleton plates; 23 muscle plates & 9 Outline muscle plates; 4 plates & 4 Outline plates and 1 (of 3) Whole Length Anatomical Figures) from A Compleat System of the Blood-Vessels and Nerves. L, 1750 later half calf, lacks title and text, title dust-soiled and repaired on verso, some spotting, binding worn, covers detached £500-700 333 Albinus, Bernard Siegfried Tables of the Skeleton and Muscles of the Human Body. London: J. & P. Knapton, 1749. Large folio, 28 engraved plates, 12 outline plates, (comprising Ordinary plates 1-3 (Skeleton), 1-25 (Muscles), and Outline plates 1-3 (Skeleton), 1-9 (Muscles)), title frayed in margins and and repaired in fore margin, plate 22 torn, several short marginal tears; bound with A Compleat System of the Blood-Vessels and Nerves. London: J. & P. Knapton, 1750. 11 plates (comprising Ordinary plates 1-4 (Blood-Vessels and Nerves) and Outline plates 1-4 (Blood-Vessels and Nerves) and plates 1-3 (Whole Length Anatomical Figures)), 20th century calf-backed cloth, rubbed, hinges split, occasional marks or spots £800-1,200 334 Barbour, A.H.F. Spinal Deformity in relation to Obstetrics. Edinburgh: W. & A. K. Johnston, [c.1883]. Folio, 28 plates, original cloth £100-150

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library stamps; Knott, C.G. Life and Scientific Work of Peter Guthrie Tait. 1911. 4to, prize label of Charles Kemball (B.1923); Wilson, G. The Life of the Hon. Henry Cavendish. 1851. 8vo, frontispiece, original cloth; Needham, J. Biochemistry and Morphogenesis. 1942, original cloth; Travers, M.W. A Life of Sir William Ramsay. 1956, dust-jacket; British Association for the Advancement of Science. Report of the FiftyEighth Meeting. [including Charles Babbage paper, p.616] 1889. 3 copies, original cloth, one rubbed, one with small tears to spine; Brewster, David Letters on Natural Magic. 1824. 12mo, contemporary half calf; Klein, Felix Vorlesungen über die Theorie der Elliptischen Modulfunctionen. Leipzig, 1890. 2 volumes, buckram; Freicke, R. and F. Klein. Vorlesungen über die Theorie der Automorphen Functionen. Leipzig, 1897. 2 volumes, buckram; sold not subject to return (quantity) £200-300 339 Cheselden, William The Anatomy of the Human Body. London: C. Hitch & R. Dodsley, 1750. Seventh edition, 8vo, [8], 334, [16], engraved frontispiece & 40 plates, attractive panelled calf gilt with hexagonal design on sides, neatly rebacked £200-250 340 Civiale, Jean De la Lithotritie. Paris: Béchest Jeune, 1827. 8vo, 5 large folding plates, 1 folding table at end, contemporary red half morocco, half-title, one plate repaired without loss, slightly spotted 333

335 Bartholinus, Thomas Acta Medica & Philosophica Hafniensia. Copenhagen: P. Haubold, 167375. Volumes 1 - 2 (of 5) in one volume, 4to, titles printed in red and black, 39 engraved plates (1 folding), woodcuts in the text, contemporary calf, some spotting & browning, some early marginalia, occasional dampstaining, neatly rebacked retaining original spine, RCSI library stamp to front endpaper only

£150-200 341 [Cloquet, Jules] Manuel d’anatomie descriptive du corps humain. Paris: Béchet Jeune, 1825]. 1 volume only (of 3), 4to, hand-coloured lithographed plates 173340 only, later half cloth, first plate slightly stained; sold not subject to return £100-200

£250-350 336 Bellini, Lorenzo De Urinis et Pulsibus. De Missione Sanguinis. De Febribus. Frankfurt & Leipzig: Johannis Grossius, 1685. 4to, [30], 688, [32], title printed in red and black, contemporary vellum, somewhat browned Provenance: T. Burnet, and inscription “Cost v lib. 18sh. at Dr Burnets auction by Alex. Hendersone Edr. Feb.1705” £150-250 337 Bleuland, Jan Observationes Anatomico-Medicae De Sana et Morbosa Oesophagi Structura. Leiden: A. & J. Honkoop, 1785. First edition, 4to, 7 engraved plates, 4 printed in colour, one folding, original boards, uncut, neatly rebacked £250-350 338 Chemistry and Mathematics, a quantity, including Williamson, G. Memorials of the Lineage... of James Watt. 1856. 4to, plates, red morocco gilt, joints slightly rubbed; Ferguson, John Bibliotheca Chemica. 1906. 2 volumes, limited to 250 copies, original buckram, uncut; Moissan, H. Le Four Electrique. Paris, 1897. First edition, 8vo, early buckram, repaired head and foot; Ure, A. A Dictionary of Chemistry. 1824, 8vo, modern boards; Muspratt, S. Chemistry. [185460], First edition, 2 volumes, 4to, plates, half calf, slightly rubbed; van ‘T Hoff, J.H. Studies in Chemical Dynamics. 1896, original cloth, few


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342 Crick, F.H.C. & J.D. Watson Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids. A Structure for Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid. and Genetic Implications of the Structure of Deoxyribonucleic Acid, in : Nature, Vol 171, pp 737-738 & 964-967, original buckram; and vol. 172 £800-1,000 343 Cruikshank, William The Anatomy of the Absorbing Vessels of the Human Body. London, 1786. First edition, 2 plates (of 3; lacks plate 1), contemporary calf, heavily dampstained at end, worn, one cover detached; Winslow, Jacques-Benigne An Anatomical Exposition of the Structure of the Human Body. London: J. & F. Rivington, 1776. Fifth edition, 2 vols. in one, 4to, 4 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, rebacked, worn (2) £150-200 344 Dentistry & related - A collection of 24 vol., including Mosely, Ephraim Teeth, their Natural History. London, 1862, 12mo, original maroon cloth, discoloured; Howard, Thomas On the Loss of Teeth. London, 1857, blue frontispiece with moveable flap, original red cloth, worn, hinges weak; Duval, J.R. Le Dentise de la Jeunesse. Paris, 1817. 8vo, original wrappers, a few leaves slightly dampstained; Tomes, J. A System of Dental Surgery. 1859, illus., worn, one cover detached; Smith, J. Handbook of Dental Anatomy and Surgery. 1864, inscription to title; another edition. 1871; Meredith, L.P. The Teeth and how to save them. 1872; Sewell, H. The Student’s Guide to Dental Anatomy and Surgery. 1876, illus., original cloth; Stewart, J. The Mouth. Glasgow, [n.d.]; Clifford, I.E. Crown, Bar and Bridge-Work., 1885; Bowen, W.F. Submucous Injection in Dental Practice. 1910, original cloth; Underwood, A.S. Notes on Anaesthetics in Dental Surgery, 1893; Colyer, J.F. Extraction of the Teeth. 1896; and 11 others, later or more general (24) £200-300 345 Dentistry - A Century of Dental Art A Centenary Memoir 1820-1921. Claudius Ash, Sons & Co. Ltd., [1921] 4to, 9 coloured plates or illustrations, folding map, original green cloth, slight dampstain to upper cover and some inner margins (not affecting plates or text), binding slightly soiled £150-200 346 Dentistry - A collection of 30 volumes including Robertson, William A Practical Treatise on the Disease of the Teeth. London, 1835. 6 plates, spotting, Pharmaceutical Society of G.B. stamps; Nasmyth, Alexander Researches on the Developement, Structure and Diseases of the Teeth. 1849, lithographed portrait & 10 plates, light marginal dampstain at end; Howard, T. On the Loss of the Teeth. 1858. Blue frontispiece with lifting flap; Kempton, H.T.K. Elements of the Anatomy and Disease of the Teeth. 1863. 7 plates; Truman, Edwin Archives of Dentistry. 1865, vol. 1 only, plates, upper hinge broken; Heath, C. Injuries and Disease of the Jaws. 1868, binding very worn; Claudius Ash & Sons A Catalogue of Artificial Teeth, Dental Materials, Instruments, Tools, Furniture &c., 1875, dentist’s library stamps, upper hinge broken; Hunter, C. Mechanical Dentistry. 1878, hinges weak; The Dentist’s Register. 1879; Kingsley, N.W. A Treatise on Oral Deformities. 1880, title browned, upper hinge broken; Quinby, H.C. Notes on Dental Practice. 1883; Clifford, I. Crown, Bar and Bridge-Work. 1887, presentation copy; Fletcher, T. Practical Dental Metallurgy. 1890; Lepper, Francis Dental Catalogue. 1891; Tomes, J. A System of Dental Survey, 1897, worn; Peeso, F.A. Crown and Bridge-Work. 1917; Girdwood, J. Tube Teeth and Porcelain Rods. 1918, presentation copy; Lufkin, A.W. A History of Dentistry. 1948; all original cloth, some rubbed and/or slightly soiled; and 13 others, later volumes (30) £200-300


347 Dentistry - A collection on American dentistry, including Owen, R. The Principal Forms of the Skeleton and of the Teeth. Philadelphia, 1854, illustrations; Essig, C.J. Dental Metallurgy. Philadelphia, 1882, illustrations; Flagg, J.F. Dental Pathology and Therapeutics. Philadelphia, 1887; Garretson, J.E. A System of Oral Surgery. Philadelphia, 1890, illus., Flagg, J.F. Plastics and Plastic Filling. Philadelphia, 1891, plates; Evans, G. A Practical Treatise on Artificial Crown- and Bridge-Work. Philadelphia, 1896, plates & illustrations; Essig, C.J. The American Text-Book of Prosthetic Dentistry, 1897, illus.; Kirk, E.C. The American Text-Book of Operative Dentistry. 1897, illus., head of spine worn; Eames, G.F. The Practice of Dental Medicine, Philadelphia, 1899, coloured plates; Hopewell-Smith, A. Dental Microscopy. London & Philadelphia, 1899, plates & illus.; Black, G.V. Descriptive Anatomy of the Human Teeth. Philadelphia, 1902; Jackson, V.H. Orthodontia and Orthopaedia of the Face. Philadelphia, 1904, plates & illus., hinges weak; all original cloth, some rubbed and/or lightly soiled (12) £200-300 348 Dentistry - Bell, Thomas The Anatomy, Physiology and Diseases of the Teeth. London: S. Highley, 1835. Second edition, 8vo, [xv], 392, [22], + 2 + 4pp adverts, 11 engraved plates, original grey-green blindstamped cloth, Staffordshire General Infirmary stamp to title, worn, hinges broken £100-150

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349 Dentistry - Dental Periodicals (32 volumes), including The Dental Cosmos: A Monthly Record of Dental Science. Philadelphia, 1864-98 . Volume 5, (nos. 6-12) and vol. 6-7, 15, 20, 23, 29-30, 32 & 40, cloth and half calf bindings, a few rubbed; The British Journal of Dental Science. London, 1874-87. Volumes 17, 19-22, 24-27, 29-30, illustrations, black half calf gilt (not uniform); The British Dental Association The Journal of the British Dental Association, a Monthly Review of Dental Surgery. London, 1885-89. Volumes 6,7-8 and 10, plates & illustrations, half calf gilt; The Dental Record London, 18871892, Volumes 7-12, illustrations, contemporary cloth, occasional spotting; sold as periodicals not subject to return (32) £200-300 350 Dentistry - Odontological Society of Great Britain Transactions. London, 1856-1906, [First Series], vol. 1-6, New Series, vol. 1-20,23, 29-32, 34 and 38; contents of volumes 29, 32 & 34 detached, volume 23 in original wrappers loosely inserted into cloth covers, numerous plates and illustrations, original green cloth gilt, varying condition, head and base of some spines rubbed; and duplicate of volume 1; sold as a periodical not subject to return (34) £200-300 351 Dentistry - Richardson, Joseph A Practical Treatise on Mechanical Dentistry. Philadelphia: Lindsay & Blakiston, 1860. First edition, 8vo, illustrations, 16pp. adverts at end, contemporary calf, rubbed, a few light spots £100-150 352 Dentistry - Saunders, Edwin Advice on the Care of the Teeth. London: T. Ward, 1837. Thirteenth thousand, 8vo, [2], i-xii, 13- 107, 2pp. Critical Notices], chromolithograph frontispiece with moving flap, additional title, original maroon embossed cloth, spotting, hinges very weak, rubbed, binding very soiled


357 Fabricius von Hilden, Wilhelm Opera quae extant omnia. Frankfurt-am-Main: J.L. Dufour, 1682. Folio, 2 parts in one volume; both parts with additional engraved title, both parts with imprint slips pasted over original imprints, numerous woodcuts in text, near contemporary calf, stamp on first printed title of University of Durham College of Medicine and Newcastle Medical & Surgical Society, neatly rebacked, corners repaired, occasional browning and spotting £300-400

£200-300 353 Dentistry - Scott, Joseph The Art of Preventing the Loss of the Teeth. London: for the Author, 1834. Fourth edition, 8vo, [26, 140, (2)], original boards, uncut, spine worn with slight loss £100-150 354 Dentistry - Tomes, John, Surgeon-Dentist to the Middlesex Hospital A Course of Lecturees on Dental Physiology and Surgery, delivered at the Middlesex Hospital School of Medicine. London: J.W. Parker, 1848. First edition, 8vo, [viii, 398, + 2pp + 4pp. adverts], engraved frontispiece, illustrations, some full-page, original black embossed cloth (lower portion of spine loosely inserted) £200-300 355 Dieffenbach, Johann Friedrich Ueber die Durshschneidung der Sehnen und Muskeln. Berlin: A. Förstner, 1844. First edition, 8vo, 20 lithographed plates, later clothbacked boards, rather spotted throughout, small dampstain to foremargin of most plates £150-200 356 Eustachius, Bartholomaeus Tabulae Anatomicae. Rome: L & T. Pagliarini, 1728. Folio, iii-xxviii, 79, [10]; title printed in red and black with engraved vignette, engraved portrait, 47 plates, contemporary calf, some light soiling to title, occasional small dampstains, inscription on title “Rukmand Eber P. Hansen bought at Dr. Burckall’s sale”, extremities worn £500-800


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358 Ferdinandus, Epiphanius Centum Historiae, seu Observationes et Casus Medici, omnes fere Medicinae Partes. Venice: Thomas Ballionus, 1621. Folio, title printed in red and black, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland stamp to title and a2, contemporary calf, neatly rebacked, corners and edges repaired, occasional light spotting £150-200 359 Fracastoro, Girolamo Syphilis sive Morbus Gallicus. Verona [Niccolini da Sabio], 1530. First edition, 4to, italics, 36 printed leaves, 2 (of 4) blank leaves at end, modern vellum, first gathering slightly spotted, dampstain to upper margin of d7-d8 £1,000-2,000 360 Fracostoro, Girolamo Syphilis: or A Poetical History of the French Disease. Written in Latin by Fracastorius. And now Attempted in English by N. Tate. London: Jacob Tonson, 1668. First English edition, 8vo, [20], 84, eighteenth century half calf, license leaf before title, a few running titles just shaved, slight spotting and discolouration, couple of rustholes affecting a letter, binding rubbed and soiled, [ESTC R24339] Note: First English edition. Rare. For over two centuries this translation remained the most widely read English version of Syphilis, sive Morbus Gallicus. £800-1,000 359

361 Genga, Bernardino Anatomia Chirurgica. Roma: Nicolò Angelo Tinassi, 1672. 12mo, [24], 455, [1], contemporary vellum, lacks frontispiece, slight worming to last leaf and foot of spine £200-250 362 Graaf, Regnier de Opera omnia. Amsterdam: ex Officina Wetsteniana, 1705. 8vo, engraved title, portrait and 28 plates (27 folding), illustrations (many full-page), bookplate and signature on title of S. Myddleton, contemporary panelled calf, neatly rebacked, some spotting, few plates with short tear, one longer, without loss £180-220 363 Guillemeau, Jacques Les Oeuvres de Chirurgie. Rouen: J. Viret, F. Vaultier, C. Malassis, J. Besongne, 1649. Folio, [50], [1 blank leaf], 863, [32], title printed in red and black, full-page engravings, woodcuts in text, early 19th century half calf, title soiled, 15 preliminary leaves including title repaired in margin and somewhat soiled, some spotting, neatly rebacked, hinges repaired £200-300 364 Hey, William Practical Observations in Surgery. London: T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1810. Second edition, 8vo, 16 engraved plates, original or contemporary boards, uncut, owner’s name to title, rubbed £150-250 360

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365 Home, Sir Everard Lectures on Comparative Anatomy. London: G. & W. Nicol, 1814-23. First edition, 4 volumes (including 2 plate volumes), 4to, presentation copy to Lord Grenville from the Master, Governors and Court of Assistants of the Royal College of Surgeons in London, engraved portrait and 303 engraved plates, contemporary calf gilt, with the arms of Lord Grenville on the covers, rebacked retaining original spines, extremities rubbed, couple of joints cracking Note: The work was originally published in 2 volumes in 1814, volumes 3 and 4 were published in 1823, volumes 5 and 6 were added in 1828. £300-500 366 Houston, Robert The History of Ruptures and Rupture-Curers. London: G. Strahan, 1726. First edition, 8vo, [12], 8, [4[, 240, [8], modern calf, gilt, couple of leaves strengthened in inner margin £150-200 367 Hunter, John A Treatise on the Blood, Inflammation and Gun-Shot Wounds. London: G. Nicol, 1794. First edition, 4to, engraved portrait, and 9 plates (1-8 & 1 unnumbered at p.161), inscription at head of title, nineteenth century half calf, occasional spotting, rubbed, upper joint split £300-400 368 Jamieson, Alexander A Dictionary of Mechanical Science... London: Henry Fisher, 1832-33. 2 volumes, 4to, engraved frontispiece, 70 engraved plates and maps, contemporary half calf, bookplates of Alford Mutual Improvement Association Library and ownership inscription of John Duncan to freeendpapers, some soiling and occasional dampstaining, one page torn from volume 2 but present, rubbed £150-250 369 Lagrange, Joseph Louis - Serret & G. Darboux, editors Oeuvres. Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1867-1892. 14 volumes, 4to, contemporary quarter red morocco, many rebacked, with bookplates and perforated stamps of Forbes Library, Northampton, Massachusetts (14) Provenance: From the library of Professor Alexander Craik £150-200 370 Larrey, Dominique Jean, Baron Mémoires de Chirurgie Militaire, et Campagnes. Paris: J. Smith, 1812-17. 4 volumes, 8vo, 11 (of 16) engraved plates, 19th century wrappers, uncut, slightly spotted, lacks 5 plates in vol. 4, also lacks map £150-250 371 Larrey, Dominique Jean, Baron Clinique Chirurgicale. Paris: Gabon, Nov. 1829. 4 volumes, 8vo, presentation inscription to Professor Gailliot, frontispiece portrait in volume 1, 30 uncoloured plates, contemporary imitation quarter calf, rather spotted, slightly rubbed £300-400

372 Le Clerc, Daniel & Manget, Jean Jacques Bibliotheca Anatomica. Geneva: J. A. Chouet, 1685. 2 volumes, folio, titles printed in red and black, additional engraved title and half-title in volume 1, 88 engraved plates (1-85 & 3 unnumbered), some folding, contemporary calf, spine gilt, a few plates and leaves slightly wormed towards inner margin of volume 1, lacks portrait, bindings rubbed and slightly wormed in places £300-400 373 Liston, Robert Memoir on the Formation and Connexions of the Crural Arch. Edinburgh: P. Hill, 1819. First edition, 4to, presentation copy to Dr Benjamin Welsh from the author, 3 engraved plates, original printed boards, some spotting, rebacked with cloth £150-200 374 Lobstein, Jean F. De Nervi Sympathetici Humani Fabrica Usu et Morbis. Paris: F.G. Levrault, 1823. First edition, 4to, [12], 174, [8], 10 engraved plates, 6 hand-coloured, original blue printed boards, uncut, rebacked, binding rubbed and dust-soiled £200-300 375 Maclise, Joseph Surgical Anatomy. London: John Churchill, 1851. First edition, folio, 35 hand-coloured lithographed plates, contemporary half calf ,”Medical Society Edinburgh” stamp to title and plate versos, some spotting, a few short marginal tears, one longer repair to one leaf of Table of Contents, neatly rebacked, hinges strengthened, corners repaired £150-200 376 Mathematics, 9 volumes, includin Bossut, Charles Traités de Calcul Différentiel et de Calcul Intégral. Paris: De l’Imprimerie de la République, [1798]. 2 volumes, 8vo, folding plates, contemporary tree calf, rebacked retaining original spines with some loss, black and red morocco gilt labels; [Anonymous] Mécanique Generale; Mécanique Appliquée; Cours de Cinématique. Lithographed copy of a mathematical manuscript, 1074 pp., 4to in 19th century quarter morocco over boards, presumably lecture notes given at the College des Arts et Métiers, Paris (Arts et Métiers in gilt to spine); Miller, Thomas A Treatise on the Differential Calculus... Edinburgh: MacLachlan and Stewart, 1854. 8vo, presentation copy to Mr John Micklejohn from the author, inscribed to the flyleaf, contemporary purple calf gilt - a prize binding from Perth Academy; Clare, Martin The Motion of Fluids, Natural and Artificial... London: Edward Symon, 1735. First edition, 8vo, 9 engraved plates, contemporary calf neatly rebacked with modern spine, black morocco gilt label to spine, ownership signature of D. Lambe to title-page [ESTC T86282]; Euler, Leonard Scientia Navalis seu Tractatus de Construendis ac Dirigendis Navibus, Pars Posterior... St Petersburg: Typis Academiae Scientiarum, 1749. Second part only, 4to, 28 plates, contemporary calf with red morocco gilt label to spine, hinges repaired, rubbed; [Idem] Scientia Navalis, Pars Prima…. Zurich: Orell Füssli Turici, 1967. Later reprint of first part only, 4to, original white printed boards, in original card box; Stieltjes, Thomas Oeuvres Complètes. Groningen: P. Noordhoff, 1914-18. 2 volumes, small folios, original grey card wrappers, some damage to foot of spines, library stamps of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (9) Provenance: From the library of Professor Alexander Craik £300-500

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381 Newton, Isaac Opera quae exstant omnia. London: J. Nichols, 1779-85. 5 volumes, 4to, edited by Bishop Horsley, errata leaves, 3 (of 31) engraved plates, 2 folding engraved tables at p.378 vol.1, diagrams in text, contemporary calf, also lacks the portrait, rebacked, several corners repaired, slightly spotted, some corners rubbed £200-300 382 Nuck, Antonius Adenographia Curiosa et Uteri Foeminei Anatome nova. Leiden: J. Luchtmans, 1692. 8vo, [16 inc. engr. title], 152, [27], additional engraved title and 9 engraved plates (8 folding), contemporary calf, “St John’s College Oxford Sold by Order” stamp to front endpaper (& bookplate), rubbed, upper board nearly detached £250-350 383 Nuck, Antonius Sialographia et Ductum Aquosorum Anatome Nova. Leiden: J. Luchtmans, 1695. First edition, small 8vo, engraved frontispiece and 6 folding plates, contemporary calf £150-250 377

377 Mayer, Tobias Opera Inedita... Goettingen: Joann. Christian. Dieterich, 1775, Volume 1 (all published), 4to, attractive modern half calf, 4 plates (1 coloured), some very light spotting, very slight marginal dampstaining to p.105

384 O’Shaughnessy, Richard On the Disease of the Jaws. Calcutta: Baptist Mission Press, 1844. First edition, 8vo, 4 lithographed plates, modern boards, lettered on spine; Douglas, M. Across Greenland’s Ice-Fields. 1897, original cloth, rubbed; Nansen, F. The First Crossing of Greenland. 1895, illustrations, original cloth, some spotting (3) £100-150

£500-800 378 Mayerne Turquet, Theodore de, Sir Praxeos Mayernianae in Morbis internis praecipue Gravioribus & Chronicis Syntagma. London: S. Smith, 1690. First edition, 8vo, engraved frontispiece portrait, license leaf before title, Addenda leaf at end, contemporary panelled calf, 18th century owner’s names to title, worn, upper cover detached £150-250 379 Medical & related, a small quantity, including Ramsay, A.M. Atlas of External Diseases of the Eye. 1898. First edition, 4to, presentation copy from the author, coloured plates, original buckram; Hamilton, J. Observations on the Utility and Administration of Purgative Medicines. 1811, 8vo, half calf, worn, one cover detached; Combe, A. The Principles of Physiology. Edinburgh, 1841. 8vo, illustrations, original cloth, worn; Oliver., T. Dangerous Trades. The Historical, Social and Legal Aspects of Industrial Occupations as affecting Health. 1902, 8vo, modern cloth; Fraser, J. Surgery of Childhood. 1926. 2 volumes, 8vo, original cloth; Rodger, E.H.B. Aberdeen Doctors at Home and Abroad. 1893. 8vo, original cloth; Creswell, C.H.Y. The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. 1926, 8vo, original cloth (8) £100-150 380 Morgagni, Giovanni Battista De Sedibus, et Causis Morborum per Anatomen Indagatis. Venice: Typographia Remondiniana, 1761. First edition, 2 volumes in one, folio, titles printed in red and black, half-title to volume 1, contemporary half calf, lacks portrait, slightly rubbed and scuffed £300-400


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385 Pasteur, Louis Etudes sur la Bière. Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1876. First edition, 8vo, 12 engraved plates, illustrations in text, original orange wrappers, uncut, unopened, wrappers somewhat soiled £200-300 386 Pasteur, Louis Études sur le vin. Paris: l’Imprimerie Impériale, 1866. First edition, 8vo, 32 coloured plates, illustrations, contemporary quarter calf, dampstaining and spotting affecting plates more than text £200-300 387 Percival, Thomas Essays Medical and Experimental. London: J. Johnson, 1777-73. Third [First] edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, half-titles, wormhole to lower margin of *1-4 vol. 1; [Percival, Thomas] Philosophical, Medical and Experimental Essays. 1776. St. Steven’s Hospital stamp to title, uniform contemporary calf, rubbed (3) £150-200 388 Physics, a quantity, including Thomson, J.J. Conduction of Electricity through Gases. 1903. First edition, original cloth; [Pamphlets and Extracts] 108 pamphlets and extracts in 3 volumes, including Thomson, W. & P.G. Tait Sketch of Elementary Dynamics. 1864, 8vo, 2 volumes half calf, one lacking spine, 3rd volume original cloth; Tyndall, J. Six Lectures on Light. 1873, 8vo, original cloth, worn; Williamson, G. Memorials... of James Watt. 1856. 4to, plates, contemporary boards, uncut, new paper label; Kahlbaum, G.W.A. The Letters of Faraday and Schoenbein 1836-62. 1899. 8vo, portraits, original cloth; Soddy, F. The Interpretation of the Atom. 1932. First edition, 8vo, original cloth; McLachlan, N.W. Theory and Application of Mathieu Functions. 1947. First edition, presentation copy signed by the author, original cloth; Bohr, A. & B.R. Mottleson. Collective and individualparticle aspects of Nuclear Structure. Copenhagen, 1953, 8vo, original wrappers, slightly rubbed; Physical Papers, so titled on spine Collection of extracts from the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, by J.J. Thomson, H.L. Calendar, E.H. Griffiths, J.W. Captstick & others, bound in 3 volumes, 4to, plates, cloth, slight wear; British Association for the Advancement of Science. Report of the Fifty-Eighth Meeting. [including Charles Babbage paper, p.616] 1889. 2 copies, original cloth; Whewell, W. History of the Inductive Sciences. 1857. 3 volumes, 8vo, calf gilt; and others; sold not subject to return

392 [Royal Humane Society] - Hawes, William An Account of the late Dr. Goldsmith’s Powder... And an Address to the Public on Premature Death and Premature Internment. London: for the author, 1780. 8vo, [10], 27, [2], 83 + [2], 29-45 (complete), presentation copy “From the author to his respected friend G. Wilkinson”, contemporary sheep, slightly browned, covers detached Note: William Hawes (1736-1808), founder of the Royal Humane Society. £150-200 393 Scultetus, Joannes Cheiroplotheke seu Armantarium Chirurgicum. The Hague: A. Vlacq, 1656. 8vo, additional engraved title, 44 full-page engravings, contemporary calf, engraved title torn & excised with loss, slight loss to engraving at p.38, illustration at p.57 printed out-of-order with correct engraving pasted over, fore margin of p.145 and 151 excised, some soiling and spotting, worn £150-250 394 Smellie, William A set of Anatomical Tables, with Explanations, and an Abridgment of the Practice of Midwifery. Edinburgh: W. Creech, 1792. 8vo, 40 engraved plates, modern half cloth retaining ?original boards, some dust-soiling, small stain to extreme edge of fore-margins £200-300 395 Spigelius, Adrianus De Humani Corporis Fabrica libri decem. Frankfurt: M. Merian, 1632. 4to, engraved title; Casserius, Julius Tabulae Anatomicae LXXIIX. Frankfurt: M. Merian, 1632., engraved title, 107 engraved illustrations; Spigelius, A. De Formato foetu. Frankfurt, 1631., 4to, 8 full-page illustrations, 3 works in one volume, contemporary vellum, some spotting & discolouration £500-800



389 Pott, Percivall The Chirurgical Works. London: W. Hawes, W. Clarke, R. Collins, 1775. First edition, 4to, 12 engraved plates, half-title, contemporary russia, gilt ruled border, gilt spine, joints splitting, a clean copy £400-500 390 Quain, Jones & Sir William J.E. Wilson The Nerves of the Human Body, including the Brain and Spinal Marrow, and Organs of Sense. London: Taylor and Walton, 1839. First edition, folio, “Medical Society Edinburgh” stamp on title and plate versos, 38 hand-coloured lithographed plates, modern buckram £150-200 391 Rolleston, Samuel A Philosophical Dialogue concerning Decency. London: J. Fletcher, 1751. First edition, 4to, 48pp., nineteenth century black half morocco, lettered in gilt on spine, slightly spotted £150-200 395

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396 Tulpius, Nicolaus Observationes Medicae. Amsterdam: Ludovic Elzevier, 1652. Small 8vo, [16, inc. title], 403; engraved title, 18 full-page engravings, with final 2 blank leaves, contemporary vellum, slight dampstain to last few leaves, lower yapp edge rodent nibbled, “Levenside” bookplate £300-400 397 Winslow, Jacques-Benigne Exposition Anatomique de la Structure du Corps Humain. Paris: G. Desprez & J. Desessart, 1732. First edition, 4to, 4 folding plates, contemporary mottled calf, spine gilt, head of spine rubbed £200-300 398 Wiseman, Richard Several Chirurgical Treatises. London: R. Royston & B Took, 1686. Second edition, 4to, contemporary blindstamped calf with indistinct arms to covers, lacks license leaf before title, general spotting and soiling, rebacked, corners repaired, slight worm wear to covers £100-150 399 Wither, George Britain’s Remembrancer: containing a Narration of the Plague lately past. Imprinted for Great Britaine, sold by John Grismond in Ivie-Lane, 1628. First edition, tall 12mo, engraved frontispiece, printed leaf before frontispiece (“The Meaning of the Title Page”) restored in fore and lower margin, 19th century calf gilt by Lloyd, g.e., upper cover detached, [ESTC 25899] 399


SPORT 400 Archery, 4 volumes, comprising Hansard, G.A. The Book of Archery. 1841, additional engraved title, engraved plates, red half morocco gilt, g.e.; another copy, green half morocco gilt; Paul, James Balfour The History of the Royal Company of Archers. 1885. Large 8vo, coloured plates, original cloth gilt; Hay, Ian The Royal Company of Archers 1676-1951. 1951, original cloth gilt (4)

402 Golf - Hilton, Harold H. and Garden G. Smith The Royal & Ancient Game of Golf. London: Golf Illustrated Ltd., 1912, First edition, 4to, number 429 of 900 copies, [Subscriber’s edition], 5 plates, original salmon red pictorial morocco gilt, slightly spotted, somewhat worn, upper hinge broken £100-150

£150-250 401 Country Sport, including Blacker, William- Fly Fishing Art of Fly Making, &c. London: George Nichols, 1855. 8vo, black morocco gilt, 18 chromolithographed plates, gift inscription to fly leaf, some soiling, rubbing on spine; Colquhoun, John The Moor and The Loch. Edinburgh, 1888. 8vo, original green cloth, with accompanying letter from Dr. Alan Lyell, presenting Denis D. Lyell’s copy of the book to the recipient, Denis D. Lyell’s name in pencil to endpaper, cancelled bookplate of Dundee University Club, some wear; Scrope, William The Art of Deer Stalking. London: John Murray, 1839. 8vo, original green cloth gilt with internal and external wear; and another (4) £300-500

403 Golf, 3 volumes (One Signed) comprising Vardon, Harry How to Play Golf. London, 1914. Ninth edition, signed on endpaper “Harry Vardon, April 25th 1915”, 25 plates, original green cloth, binding slightly marked, lower hinge slightly weak; Massy, A.. Golf. 1914. First English edition, 8vo, 12 plates, original red cloth, binding rather soiled; Sutphen, W.G. van T. The Golficide. New York and London, 1898. 8vo, 6 plates, original quarter cloth, binding faded and slightly rubbed (3) £150-200

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404 O’Gorman The Practice of Angling, particularly as regards Ireland. Dublin: William Curry, 1845. 2 volumes, 8vo, frontispiece, original cloth, some spotting, vol. 2 lacks one front and one rear free endpaper, worn (2) £100-150 405 Rackham, Arthur - Walton, Izaak The Compleat Angler. London: G.C. Harrap, 1931. 4to, plates, original green morocco gilt, glassine wrapper torn, original cardboard box £200-300 406 Sporting Autographs: England Cricket, Australia Cricket, Arsenal FC, and others, c.1946-48 Autograph book, 11 x 14.5cm, including collections of laid-down signatures from the England cricket team 1946 (Bill Edrich, Len Hutton, Peter Smith, James Langridge and possibly Alec Bedser & Godfrey Evans), a taped-in sheet “With the compliments of 20th Australian Team to Great Britain 1948” with 18 signatures (a couple stamped and/or possibly later), a laid-down card with 6 signatures of Arsenal Football Club 1947/8, and other signatures from various county cricket teams, and other athletes

407 Wildlife, Deerstalking, Shooting & Angling, 17 volumes, including Lloyd, L. Field Sports of the North of Europe. 1830. 2 volumes, plates, half vellum; Millais, J.G. The Wildfowler in Scotland. 1901. 4to, plates, half vellum, t.e.g., vellum slightly spotted; Grimble, A. Shooting and Salmon Fishing. 1892; Hawker, P. Instructions to Young Sportsmen. 1844; Scrope, W. Days of Deer-Stalking. 1847, additional engraved title, head of spine repaired; Speedy, T. Sport in the Highlands and Lowlands of Scotland. 1884; Scrope, W. Days and Nights of Salmon Fishing in the River Tweed. 1885; Gathorne-Hardy, A.E. Autumns in Argyleshire with Rod & Gun. 1901; Peel, C.V.A. Wild Sport in the Outer Hebrides. 1901; Sinton, T. By Loch and River. 1910; Grimble, A. The Salmon Rivers of Scotland. 1913; Winans, W. Deer Breeding for Fine Heads. 1913. 4to, original red buckram; Wallace, H.F. British Deer Heads. 1913. 4to, No. 293 of 600 copies, original white buckram; Lamond, H. Loch Lomond. 1931, dustwrapper; and 2 others (1 defective) (17) £200-300 408 Wisden Cricketers’ Almanac, a collection of 74 volumes comprising 1943, and 1946-1964, original brown cloth; 1941-42 and 1944-45 original soft light brown cloth; 1965-2015 original brown cloth with yellow dustjackets, stain to lower cover of 1944, slight stains to spine of 1942 £1,200-1,500



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TRAVEL & TOPOGRAPHY 409 4 framed prints relating to The Middle East, comprising Wolff, Jeremias. Arabs., [c. 1770], hand-coloured engraving, 302 x 202mm, framed and glazed, right margin renewed; reproduction print of Arab Street by Alexander ?Croul; Reproduction print of Middle Eastern slave market; Woodville, R.C. Mountain Battery - Egyptian Army. 1883, hand-coloured ?wood-engraving, 47 x 31, all framed and glazed (4) £80-120 410 Allen, Captain William The Dead Sea, a new route to India. London: Longman &c., 1855. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, 9 plates (8 tinted lithographs), folding map and folding plan, half-title in volume 1, contemporary calf (2) £300-400 411 Arabian Nights - Burton, Sir Richard A Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights’ Entertainments, now entituled The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night. Benares: Printed by the Kamashastra Society for Private Subscribers Only, 188588. First edition, including the Supplemental Nights, 16 volumes, tall 8vo, original black cloth with gilt and silver decorations, bookplates of William Hall Baron Wavertree, and John Hely-Hutchinson, Chippenham Lodge, Ely, head of a few spines rubbed, head of vol.1 neatly repaired, vol. 5 neat repair to spine, vol.10 neatly rebacked retaining original spine, Supplemental Nights vol.6 neatly rebacked retaining original spine, small neat repairs to two other volumes Note: First edition of Burton’s translation. It remains the only translation of the complete Nights, Burton’s magnum opus and the pre-eminent English translation of the Middle Eastern classic. £1,000-1,500 412 Arabian Nights - [Edward Gibbon] Les Milles et Une Nuit, Contes Arabes, traduits en françois par M. Galland. Paris: Compagnie des Libraires, 1745. 6 volumes, 12mo, contemporary calf, bookplate of Edward Gibbon in vols. 2, 4-6 (vol. 1 has had front board replaced and vol. 3 has had bookplate removed, Gibbon’s bookplate is partially overlaid by a bookplate with unidentified cypher, volume 1 rebacked retaining most of original spine, rubbed, some joints splitting, cover of volume 2 nearly detached

Note: Edward Gibbon’s copy (one of three editions in his library). It was a work which by his own account had been a fascination to the historian since childhood. Sir Geoffrey Keynes, The Library of Edward Gibbon, a catalogue, 2nd edition (1980), pp.54 & 289. £150-200 413 Art, etching and travel, 12 books including Unger, William, William Leibl & Paul Rajon Foreign Etchings... London: Sampson Low, Marston, Saerle, and Rivington, [n.d.] Folio, number 98 of 100 copies, this on Holland paper, original cloth; “Loti, Pierre” Pêcheur d’Islande. Paris: Calman Lévy, 1893. 4to, contemporary quarter morocco gilt, school library stamp to half title; Brangwyn, Frank Belgium. London, 1916. 4to, number 113 of 260 copies signed by the artist, original cloth gilt; Photograph Album - Italy 36 professional albumen prints of Italian views in blind-stamped morocco album; Greenwood, John F. Twenty-Four Woodcuts of Cambridge, 1926. 8vo, number 194 of 800 copies, original quarter cloth; Robertson, W. Graham French Songs of Old Canada. London, 1904. Folio, number 106 of 350 copies, original quarter cloth; Francis, Réné The Story of the Tower of London. London, [n.d.] 4to, original cloth; Nos Amoureuses Paris: H. Simonis Empis, [n.d.] Folio, contemporary red quarter morocco; and 4 others (12) £300-400 414 Baedeker travel guides - a large quantity, including The Dominion of Canada with Newfoundland and an Excursion to Alaska. Leipzig, 1922, pp.353-6 separated from text block; La Russie. Leipzig, 1897; Palestine et Syrie avec les Routes Principales... Leipzig, 1906, map of southern Palestine restored and separated from text block; Ägypten und der Sudân. Leipzig, 1906, pp.337-40 separated from text block; Ägypten und der Sudân. Leipzig, 1913; Egypt. Leipzig, 1902; Die Schweiz... Coblenz, 1857, modern marbled boards, stamps of the Latvian National Library; and 141 others (comprises 137 Baedeker Guides in original cloth, 3 rebound Baedeker Guides and 1 rebound with original boards), sold not subject to return (148) £400-500 415 Breton, M. China: Its Costume, Arts, Manufacturers, &c. London: J.J. Stockdale, 1813. 4 volumes in 2, fifth edition, 12mo, 80 hand-coloured plates, contemporary half calf, some darkening and spotting throughout £300-500

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416 Burton, Sir Richard Francis The Memorial Edition of the Works of Captain Sir Richard F. Burton. London: Tylston and Edwards, 1893-94. 7 volumes, 8vo, comprising: Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah & Meccah, 2 volumes, frontispieces, folding map, 3 folding plans, 13 plates, A Mission to Gelele, King of Dahome, 2 volumes, frontispieces, Vikram and the Vampire..., frontispiece, 15 plates, First Footsteps in East Africa, 2 volumes, 2 frontispieces, 4 plates and maps, without image listed on p.62 in volume 1; all in original black cloth gilt , some hinges a little cracked and joints slightly weak, a little wear and soiling to some covers and spines (7) £600-800 417 Burton, Sir Richard Francis The Nile Basin. London: Tinsley Brothers, 1864. First Edition. 8vo (133 x 206mm), 3 maps, 4pp. adverts. at end, original burgundy cloth, gilt lettering to spine, repaired at head and tail of spine, slight wear to joints, one or two light stains to margins in text , light marks to title and first few leaves, lacking half-title

418 Burton, Sir Richard Francis A Mission to Gelele, King of Dahome. London: Tinsley Brothers, 1864. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo (127 x 205mm), 2 engraved frontispieces, half-titles, original pictorial dark purple cloth gilt, edges uncut, some fading to backstrips, corners bumped, volume I replacement endpapers, library label to front fixed endpaper of volume II, some light spotting to edges £300-500

£500-700 419 Burton, William The Description of Leicestershire, containing Matters of Antiquity. Lynn: W. Whittingham, 1777. Second edition, folio, folding map and 2 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, map with small splits at folds, rebacked, a few light spots £100-200 420 Camden, William Britannia, or a Chorographical Description of the Flourishing Kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland. Enlarged by.. Richard Gough. London: T. Payne & Son, & G.G.J. and J. Robinson, 1789. 3 volumes, folio, 95 engraved plates, 57 maps (of which 44 are county maps), 1 printed folding pedigree in volume 2, contemporary calf, occasional light offsetting from plates, repair to joints of volume 1, joints partly split, slight wear to head of spines £400-600


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421 Camden, William Britannia Abridg’d... London: Joseph Wild, 1701. 2 volumes, 8vo, frontisieces, 60 folding maps (of 61) only, contemporary calf, some dampstaining and occasional neat repairs, ownership signatures to free endpapers, joints splitting, rubbed, leather coming away from spine (2) £1,000-1,500

422 Chatwin, Bruce In Patagonia. London: Jonathan Cape, 1977; The Viceroy of Ouidah. London: Jonathan Cape, 1980; On the Black Hill. London: Jonathan Cape, 1982; The Songlines. London: Jonathan Cape, 1987; Utz. London: Jonathan Cape, 1988; What Am I Doing Here. London: Jonathan Cape, 1989. All first editions, 8vo., In Patagonia has 2 maps and 4 leaves of plates, bound by Bayntun-Riviere in modern full morocco, spines lettered in gilt on brown leather labels, Japanese paper endleaves, gilt edges, original endpapers bound in at the end (6) £500-700 423 Colquhoun, Patrick A Treatise on the Wealth, Power and Resources of the British Empire. London: J. Mawman, 1814. First edition, 4to, modern quarter calf, a2 and b1 strengthened in inner margin £300-400

424 Creswell, Sir K.A.C. Masajid Masr [Mosques of Egypt from 21 (641) to 1365 (1942)]. Jazira: Egyptian Official Press, 1948. 2 volumes, folio, Arabic text printed in red and black. Double-page chromolithographic title borders, 215 photographic plates from glass negatives and 30 coloured plates, some chromolithographed, illustrations, some full-page, 2 large folding lithographic maps and 44-page index in inner pocket, original green cloth, later morocco-backed slipcases, slightly affected by damp with minor undulation of leaves and occasional marginal waterstains (2) £600-800

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425 Curzon, Robert, 14th Baron Zouche Armenia. London: John Murray, 1854. Third edition, 8vo, with presentation inscription to Mrs Geere with the author’s regards, dated Parham, Oct. 27th 1854 to endpaper, and a 3pp. autographed note, signed, from Curzon bound in before the contents, frontispiece, 4 plates and map, contemporary red morocco, with another gift inscription (to Hannah Stead, from her mother) also to endpaper, some foxing and soiling, rubbed, spine chipped

425A Turkey - Dalvimart, Octavien The Costume of Turkey, with Descriptions in English and French. London: William Miller, 1802. Folio (349 x 260mm), 58 (of 60) handcoloured engraved plates (lacks plates 13 and 46 - removed), handcoloured title vignette, contemporary calf, sides ruled in gilt, rubbed, covers detached

Note: Curzon’s note to Mrs Geere refers to his illness mentioned on p.159. He offers Mrs Geere extra information, not provided in the published work, regarding the illness: “This attack was one of the most severe from which any patient has been known to recover... It was hardly possible for a human being to exist under so much suffering...” Finally, Curzon thanks Mrs Geere for her “donations”, seemingly a part of Curzon’s commitment to making an “annual distribution of... humble offerings to the poor”, inspired by his recovery from illness.

426 Daniell, William A Voyage Round Great Britain... London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown..., 1822. 4 volumes bound in 2, volumes 3-6 (of 8) only, 170 hand-coloured plates, with an additional 7 loose plates, contemporary black half morocco with titles and volume numbers in gilt to spines, rebacked retaining earlier spines, bookplates, volume III contains 42 plates as specified by Abbey, plus volume II frontispiece of ‘Dunsky Castle’, ‘Wigton’ from volume II, and the 7 final plates from volume V, thus volume V contains 35 plates only, some (mainly light) foxing and slight dust-soiling throughout, a few plate margins showing slight damage [Abbey, Scenery, 16] (2)




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431 Glasgow and Edinburgh, 3 quarto volumes, including MacGeorge, Andrew Old Glasgow, the Place and the People. Glasgow, 1880. 4to, plates, contemporary red morocco gilt, g.e., a little rubbed; Stewart, George Curiosities of Glasgow Citizenship. Glasgow, 1881. 4to, frontispiece & 1 plan, green quarter morocco, g.e., rubbed; Browne, James & J. Ewbank Picturesque Views of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, 1825. 4to, additional engraved title, 51 engraved plates after Ewbank, tissue guards, original dark green morocco backed pictorial boards, uncut, slightly spotted, dampstaining to a few plate margins, binding rubbed and somewhat soiled (3) £100-150


427 Drummond, James Old Edinburgh. Edinburgh & London: G. Waterston, Sons, & Stewart, 1879. Elephant folio, number 31 of 50 large paper copies, 80 leaves of plates, contemporary maroon quarter morocco, rubbed, a little soiling and some offsetting onto page versos throughout £200-300 428 Ellis, William History of Madagascar. London: Fisher, Son & Co., [c.1838]. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, 1 coloured lithographic frontispiece, 10 full page lithographs, 1 folding map & 1 folding table, illustrations in text, original brown embossed cloth, slightly rubbed, RCSI Library stamp to title-pages and versos of frontispieces, one preliminary leaf with slight marginal loss, slight spotting to titles and frontispieces £100-150 429 Gems of Scenery from Picturesque Europe, 2 volumes Gems of Scenery from Picturesque Europe. London, Cassell & Company, [n.d.] 2 volumes, original boards, Special Edition, division 1 and 3 only, 20 plates, engravings by Godfrey, J., Saddler, J., Brandard, E.P., Willmore, A. Heawood, T. and others, from drawing by Foster, Birket; Fenn, H.; Compton, E.T.; Wimperis, E.M., some darkening and soiling to boards, very slight damp staining to some plates, ownership signatures to boards (2) £150-200 430 Gladwin, Francis The Persian Moonshee, Calcutta and London: by Wilson and Co. for The Oriental Press, 1801. 3 parts in 1 volume, 4to, 32 plates of type, 19th century green half calf, spine gilt, red morocco title label, lacks half-title and final blank, some spotting, light dampstaining of upper corners at beginning, extremities rubbed, bookplate of Thomas Spring Rice (17901866, politician, Chancellor of the Exchequer 1835-1839; armorial bookplate), signature to endpaper of Yvonne Darwin, dated 1935 £400-600

432 Glasgow and Scotland, comprising Crawfurd, George A General Description of the Shire of Renfrew. Paisley, 1818. 4to, 1 (of 2) maps, frontispiece and 3 (of 4) plates, half calf, p.131-134 & 397 frayed with slight loss of text, some soiling, worn, covers detached; Denholm, James The History of the City of Glasgow and Suburbs. Glasgow, 1798. Second edition, 8vo, folding plan laid down on linen, & 11 (? of 12) plates, red half morocco, te.g., spotting; Macgeorge, Andrew Old Glasgow. Glasgow, 1880. 4to, plates, original brown morocco gilt, slightly rubbed; Miller, A.H. By-gone Glasgow. 1896. 4to, number 113 of 450 copies, plates, original pictorial green cloth, rubbed; Hewison, J.K. The Covenanters. 1908, 2 volumes, 4to, number 99 of 250 copies, plates, blue half morocco gilt, t.e.g.; [Elgin Courant, extracted from] A summer Ramble through the Orkneys. 8vo, mounted printed text, half morocco, bookplate of John Stirling Maxwell (7) £200-300 433 Gordon, Alexander Itinerarium Septentrionale: or, a Journey Thro’ most of the Counties of Scotland, and Those in the North of England. London: G. Strahan... 1726. Folio, 66 engraved plates, contemporary panelled calf, rebacked with a modern spine, lacks the map, one plate with marginal loss £80-120 434 Hughes, Thomas Smart Travels in Sicily, Greece and Albania. London: J. Mawman, 1820. First edition, 4to, 2 volumes, [xii, [2], 532; viii, 393], 3 maps and plans [2 folding], 12 engraved and aquatinted plates, contemporary calf, gilt, morocco labels, armorial bookplates of the Earl of Lovelace, upper hinge of volume 1 partly split, lightly rubbed £700-1,000 435 [Johnson, Samuel] A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland. London: W. Strahan and T. Cadell, 1775. First edition with 12 line errata, 8vo, modern green calf gilt, a little worming slightly affecting text and numbers from pp.343-350, a little light darkening and soiling, endpapers renewed with ownership signature £150-250 436 Johnson, Samuel - in the original boards A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland. London: for W. Strathan and T. Cadell, 1775. Second edition, with the 6 line errata leaf following the title page, 8vo, original blue-grey boards, all edges uncut, paper spine partly worn, preserved in a half mottled calf slipcase, name of the former owner, “J.B. Russell, Beaminster July 1781” inscribed on the front free endpaper Note: This revised text incorporates Johnson’s final revisions. See William B. Todd, “The Printing of Johnson’s Journey (1775),”, Studies in Bibliography, 6 (1953-54), pp. 247-54. Courtney, pp.122-123; Chapman & Hazen, pp.151-152. £200-250

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437 Laborde, Alexandre L. J., Comte de Voyage Pittoresque et Historique de l’Espagne. Paris, 1806. Folio, a portion of the work only with frontispiece and 77 plates on 61 leaves only, lacking half-title but engraved title, introduction pp.iii-x and pp. 172 present, modern half calf with red morocco and gilt label to spine by the Lancaster University Library Bindery, with repair and conservation notes from the bindery, custom box, some soiling and a little dampstaining throughout, several plates sensitively but extensively repaired; with 5 loose plates, some additional to those bound into book, two with the stamps of the Forbes Library, MA., and one with the stamp of Chelsea Public Library £1,500-2,000 438 Laborde, Alexandre L. J., Comte de 10 hand-coloured engravings of Spanish scenes: Segunda vista del Palacio de Augusto, 27.5 x 37cm; Vista de Tarragona, 36.5. x 45.5; Vista de Gerona, 36 x 43.5; Ciudad y Castillo de Cardono, y Montañas de Sal, 34.5 x 45cm; Vista general de Lerida, 38.5 x Vista del Puente de Monistrol, 38 x 53cm; Vista General del Monasterio de Poblet, 39 x 52.5cm; Vista del Puente de Lladone, 40 x 52.5cm; Vista exterior de la Catedral, y del Claustro de Tarragona, 39.5 x 55cm; many from larger sheets which have been halved, some browning and light foxing £250-350


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440 Livingstone, David Explorations dans l’Intérieur de l’Afrique Australe. Paris: Hachette, 1881. 2 folding maps, plates; [Idem] Explorations du Zambèse. Paris: Hachette, 1881. 4 folding maps and 47 plates; Stanley, H.M. Dans les Ténèbres de l’Afrique. Paris: Hachette, 1890. 2 volumes, 3 folding maps, illustrations, some full-page; [Idem] A travers le Continent Mystérieux. Paris: Hachette, 1879. 2 volumes, 9 maps, illustrations; [Idem] Comment j’ai Retrouvé Livingstone. Paris: Hachette, 1881, 6 folding maps, illustrations; [Idem] Cinq Années au Congo. Paris: M. Dreyfous, [c.1886]. 4 folding maps, illustrations, together 8 volumes, 8vo, uniform contemporary maroon morocco, arms on upper covers, occasional spotting, spines faded, upper joint of the last slightly cracked (8) £100-150 441 Lobo, Father Jerome A Voyage to Abyssinia. London: A. Bettesworth & C. Hitch, 1735. First English edition, translated by Samuel Johnson, 8vo, title printed in red and black, modern light brown morocco gilt, morocco label, slight spotting to first few leaves, new endpapers, professional repair to fore margins of leaves A3 & A4, several library stamps, all except that on page one confined to margins



439 Lawrence, T.E. Crusader Castles. [London]: Golden Cockerel Press, 1936. First edition, 2 vols, 4to, no. 88 of 1000, 8 plates, 47 leaves of plates, 2 maps, illustrations throughout the text in vol. 2, 2 folding maps in a loose pocket, photographic frontispiece in vol. 2, bookplate of “Charles Owen Dennis” in each volume, original orange half morocco, spines lettered in gilt, cream cloth sides, top edges gilt, uncut at fore-edges and bottom, title-pages printed in red, light soiling to the cloth sides; [Idem] Secret Despatches from Arabia. [London]: Golden Cockerel Press, [1939]. First edition, 4to, no. 166 of 1000, photographic frontispiece of the author, original black quarter morocco, bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, spine lettered in gilt, cream buckram boards, top edge gilt, uncut at fore-edges and bottom, 2 small weak marks on front & back endpapers from sellotape; [Idem] The Odyssey of Homer. London: Oxford University Press, [1935]. First English edition, 8vo., original dark blue half morocco gilt, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, edges gilt, emblem on title-page slightly offset; Portraits for Seven Pillars of Wisdom. Fordingbridge: Castle Hill Press, 2008. First edition, no. 134 of 220, a collection of 42 coloured and monochrome plates (including the frontispiece), quarter cloth with paper sides £800-1,000


442 Malta - Boisgelin de Kerdu, P.M. Louis de Ancient and Modern Malta, containing a Full and Accurate Account of the Present State of the Islands of Malta and Goza. London: R. Phillips, 1805. 2 volumes, 4to, 24 engraved plates (including 2 folding), contemporary speckled calf, spines gilt, black morocco labels, lacking map of Malta £200-250 443 Murray, Alexander Account of the Life and Writings of James Bruce, of Kinnaird, Esq. F.R.S. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Company, 1808. First Edition. 4to, frontispiece, 19 plates and 2 fold out maps, contemporary half calf, foxing to frontispiece, very slight browning to pages, some rubbing to covers £100-150

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444 Pennant, Thomas A Tour in Scotland MDCCLXIX... Fourth Edition. London: B. White, 1776, 4to, engraved title and 41 plates (numbered 1-40 and 46 & 47, these being duplicates of plates in vol.2 of the following title); A Tour in Scotland and Voyage to the Hebrides, MCDDLXXII. London: B. White, 1776. Second edition, 2 volumes, 4to, engraved titles and 91 engraved plates, uniform calf gilt, head of two spines rubbed, occasional slight spotting (3) £100-150 445 Persia and India - Ouseley, Sir William The Oriental Collections. [London: Printed for the Editor, 1797] Volume 1 only (of 3), 4to, 18 engraved plates, 2 hand-coloured, modern blue half morocco gilt, lacking title-page £100-150 446 Playfair, Lt.-Col. R.L. Travels in the Footsteps of Bruce in Algeria and Tunis. London: C. Kegan Paul, 1877. First edition, 4to, 27 plates and 2 maps (1 folding, coloured), original green pictorial cloth gilt, corners bumped, slight fraying to top & bottom of spine, rear hinge cracked, front hinge weak, a.e.g. £100-150 447 Riley, James Loss of the American Brig Commerce, wrecked on the Western Coast of Africa... with an Account of Tombuctoo. London: John Murray, 1817. First edition. 4to, folding map backed on linen, contemporary half calf, neatly rebacked, new endpapers, slightly spotted £100-150 448 Russell, Alexander The Natural History of Aleppo. London: G.G. & J. Robinson, 1794. Second edition, 2 volumes, 4to, 20 engraved plates on 19 sheets (plates 1 & 2 of vol. 2 on one sheet), modern black half morocco, marbled sides, red morocco lettering pieces, plates with stamp of Edin. S.S. Library, plates laid down on linen, title laid down, some spotting and occasional dustsoiling £300-400 449 Sale, Lady Florentia A Journal of the Disasters in Affghanistan, 1841-2. London: J. Murray, 1843. First edition, 8vo, lithographed map, folding plan laid down with some loss, contemporary calf, inscription on title and bookplate of Kelso Modern Library, slight soiling £150-200 450 Scotland, 7 books, comprising Wilson, Daniel Memorials of Edinburgh in the Olden Time. Edinburgh: Thomas C. Jack, 1873. New edition, 4to, folding plan, 41 plates, original quarter morocco, rubbed, hinges repaired; Geddie, John Illustrations of the Scenery of the River Tay. Edinburgh, 1891. Folio, original cloth; Ayr and Wigtown Archaeological Association Charters of the Friars Preachers of Ayr. Edinburgh, 1881. 4to, original cloth, soiled, dampstained; Millais, John Guille The Wildfowler in Scotland. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1901. 4to, original half Japanese vellum, worn and soiled; Edwards, Lionel My Scottish Sketch Book. London: Country Life, 1929. 4to, original blue cloth; Old Glasgow Glasgow: Combe & Compy., [n.d.] 5 prints and a map loose in original folder; [Scott, Sir Walter] Provincial Antiquities and Picturesque Scenery of Scotland. Edinburgh: John Menzies, 1844. 4to, contemporary quarter calf, sold not subject to return (7) £100-120

451 Scotland, a collection of illustrated works including Shepherd, Thomas H. Modern Athens... or Edinburgh in the Nineteenth Century. London, 1829. 4to, bound with Scotland Illustrated, [1830-31], additional engraved title and 87 plates on india paper, most with 2 views, lacking leaf that to accompany the prints of Castle Forbes and Dunglass, modern green quarter calf; Beattie, William Scotland Illustrated in a Series of Views. London, 1838. 2 volumes, 4to, additional engraved titles, folding map (tear repaired) and 108 engraved plates, tissue guards, contemporary maroon morocco gilt, g.e.; Arnot, Hugo The History of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, 1788. 4to, folding plan and 19 engraved plates, a few loose, early 19th century half calf, plan with small tear, rubbed; Grant, J. Cassell’s Old and New Edinburgh. Cassell, [c.1880], 3 volumes, 4to, original cloth, rubbed; Hall, James Travels in Scotland, by an Unusual Route. London, 1807. 2 volumes, 8vo, folding map, 29 plates, contemporary cloth, some dampstaining to upper margin of volume 2; Thomson, T. A History of the Scottish People. [c.1890], 6 volumes, 8vo, original cloth; Hogg, J. The Tales. 1884. 2 volumes, 8vo, original cloth; and 2 others (St. Fond, Travels in England and Scotland, 1907, vol.2; Dickens: Martin Chuzzlewit, 1844) (19) £300-400 452 Scotland, and other subjects, 39 volumes Wilson Historical, Traditionary, and Imaginative Tales of the Borders, and of Scotland... Gateshead: Adam & Co., [n.d.] 2 volumes, 4to, half morocco; Archer, Thomas Pictures and Royal Portraits illustrative of English and Scottish History... London: Blackie & Son, 2 volumes, 4to, original elaborately embossed morocco gilt; A History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland Clans, and Highland Regiments.. 8 volumes, 8vo, original red cloth, worn, defective; Browne, James A History of the Highlands and of The Highland Clans. Glasgow: A. Fullarton & Co., 1839. 4 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf; Robertson, William The History of Scotland... Edinburgh: G. Mundie..., 1791. 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf; Wilson Noctes Ambosiane. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1855. 4 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf; The Town and Country Almanack... Edinburgh, 1785. 16mo, contemporary calf; [Gordon] [Geography] [N.p., n.d.] 4to, contemporary calf, defective; and 15 others, sold not subject to return (39) £300-400 453 Scottish Topography and Geology, 7 volumes, including Taylor, Charles The Levern Delineated in a Series of Views. Glasgow, 1831. 4to, folding map, and 19 lithographed or engraved plates, original boards, paper label on cover, rebacked, rubbed, [Rare: only 3 copies on COPAC]; Edinburgh Maitland Club. The Chronicle of Perth. Edinburgh, 1831. 4to, red half morocco, armorial bookplates of Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex, (1773-1843) and Henry Drummond; MacLeod, Donald Dumbarton Ancient and Modern. Glasgow, 1893. Folio, plates, original cloth, t.e.g.; Morton, James The Monastic Annals of Teviotdale. Edinburgh, 1832. 4to, 16 plates, contemporary red morocco gilt, spine neatly repaired; Smith, John Monograph of the Stalactites and Stalagmites of the Cleaves Cove. 1894. First edition, 4to, plates, original cloth gilt; Hill, D. A Monograph on the Carboniferous Rugose Corals of Scotland. 1938-41; Peach, B.N. Guide to the Geological Model of the Assynt Mountains. 1914. 8vo, upper wrapper detached (7) £200-300

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456 Slocum, Joshua Sailing Alone Around the World. New York: The Century Co., 1901. Second edition, 8vo, inscribed to front free-endpaper: “Yours very truly. Joshua Slocum at Marblehead July 30, 1905”, frontispiece, illustrations, some spotting, browning and slight soiling £500-700 457 Stuart, John Sobieski Stolberg & Charles Edward Stuart The Costume of the Clans. Edinburgh: John Grant, 1892. Elephant folio, out of series copy of 500 produced, hand-coloured frontispiece (detached), additional chromolithographed title, 35 engraved or lithographed plates, original quarter red morocco, closed tear to one plate affecting engraved area, hinges repaired, a little light foxing £200-400


458 Thomson, Joseph To the Central African Lakes and Back. The Narrative of the Royal Geographical Society’s East Central Africa Expedition, 1878-80. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1881. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo., 2 folding maps and 2 photographic portrait frontispieces, original decorative cloth, gilt spines, bookplate of “George Ward” on paste-down endpaper (2) £700-900

454 Scottish topography, & Ancient Monuments, a quantity, including M’Nayr, J. A Guide from Glasgow. 1797. 8vo, later cloth; Hutchinson, A.F. The Lake of Menteith. Stirling, 1899. 4to, dust-jacket; Heathcote, N. St. Kilda. 1900; Mitchell, D. A Popular History of the Highlands. Paisley, 1900; Gregory, D. The History of the Western Highlands and Isles of Scotland. 1881; Lewis, S. A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland. 1846. 3 vol. including Atlas; Burrel, J. John Burrel’s Arran Island. 1982, folio, facsimile edition, number 46 of 150 copies, cloth; Hubbard, A.J. Neolithic Dew-Ponds and Cattle-Ways. 1907; Maclagan, C. The Hill Forts, Stone Circles and other Structural Remains of Ancient Scotland. 1875. Folio, plates; Gray, J. Sutherland and Caithness in Saga-time. 1922; Browne, G.F. On some Antiquities in the Neighbourhood of Dunecht House Aberdeenshire. 1921. 4to, Lockyer, N. Stonehenge. 1906; Fergusson, J. Rude Stone Monuments. 1872; and others, similar,

459 Thomson, Joseph, with autograph letter Through Masai Land. A Journey of Exploration Among the Snowclad Volcanic Mountains and Strange Tribes of Eastern Equatorial Africa. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1885. Second edition (erased from title page), 8vo., with an ALS to Edward Clodd, 2 folding maps & 15 plates, with 45 further illustrations in the text, original green illustrated cloth, gilt, inner hinges cracked but still intact, one gathering (pp.192-208) detached from the text block £400-500

£200-300 455 Scottish topography, 2 books Cordiner, Charles Antiquities & Scenery of the North of Scotland, in a Series of Letters, to Thomas Pennant... London, 1780. 4to, engraved title-page, 21 plates, contemporary half calf rebacked with later spine, bookplate of Sir Foster Cunliffe, some offsetting; Lawson, John Parker Scotland Delineated... London: Day and Son, [n.d.] Folio, lithographed title-page, 71 plates, original blue cloth gilt, foxed, endpapers renewed and laid-down over bookplate (2) £200-300


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460 Travel, 9 books, including Fougasse, Thomas The Generale Historie of the Magnificent State of Venice. London: G. Eld and W. Stansby, 1612. Folio in sixes, contemporary calf, lacking several leaves, very worn; Wild, Charles Select Examples of Architectural Grandeur in Belgium, Germany, and France... London: Henry G. Bohn, 1838. Folio, contemporary quarter morocco with red morocco gilt label to upper cover; Marigny, François Augier Histoire des Arabes sous le Gouvernement des Califes. Paris, 1750. First edition, 4 volumes, contemporary calf, a little marginal worming; Lane, E.W. [Poole, Sophia] The Englishwoman in Egypt... London: Charles Knight, 1844. 2 volumes in 1, 12mo, contemporary calf gilt; Metcalfe, Frederick The Oxonian in Norway... London: Hurst and Blackett, 1856. First edition, 2 volumes in 1, 8vo, contemporary half calf with red morocco gilt label, bookplate; and one other, sold not subject to return (9) £200-300 461 Travel, a quantity, including Schliemann, H. Troy and its Remains. 1875, spine faded; Peary, R.E. The North Pole. 1910, crudely rebacked, binding soiled; Alldridge, T.J. The Sherbro and its Hinterland. 1901; Du Cane, F. The Canary Islands. 1911; Forbes, R. From Red Sea to Blue Nile. 1925, some spotting; Kelly, R.T. Burma Painted and Described. 1905; Millais, J.G. Newfoundland and its Untrodden ways. 1907; Baikie, J. The Glamour of Near East Excavation. 1927; Dubois, F. Timuctoo the Mysterious. 1897; Lane, E.H. Babylonian Problems. 1923; Routledge, S. The Mystery of Easter Island. Printed for the Author, [n.d.]; Spence, L. The Gods of Mexico. 1923; Holton, I.F. New Granada. 1857, half calf; Young, E.D. Nyassa. 1877; Millais, J.G. Life of Frederick Courtenay Selous. 1918; Keable, R. Tahiti, Isle of Dreams. [c.1930]; British Sports and Sportsmen Shooting & Deerstalking. 1913; Big Game Hunting & Angling, [c.1913], red morocco gilt; sold not subject to return £250-350


464 Walsh, Robert Constantinople and the Scenery of the Seven Churches of Asia Minor Illustrated. Fisher, Son & Co., [c.1839], 2 volumes, 4to, engraved titles, 2 maps (1 folding), & 92 engraved plates (including not called for plate “Ancient Archway & Cavern in the Balkan Mountains”, p.54 vol. 1), tissue guards, contemporary half calf, rubbed £200-300

462 Tweddell, Robert Remains of John Tweddell... London: for J. Mawman, 1816. Second edition, 4to, portrait frontispiece, 3 maps, 8 engraved plates, contemporary calf gilt, neatly rebacked, inner hinges repaired, some light waterstaining to rear leaves £200-300

465 Walsh, Robert Constantinople and the Scenery of the Seven Churches of Asia Minor Illustrated. [London]: Fisher, Son & Co., [c.1839]. 2 volumes, 4to, additional engraved titles, 2 maps, and 93 plates, contemporary half calf, some spotting, slightly rubbed £150-200

463 Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet Zadig; or, the Book of Fate. An Oriental History... London: John Brindley, 1749. First edition in Ednglish, 12mo, engraved frontispiece, later calf gilt with green morocco gilt label to spine, title-page neatly repaired to top right corner, bookplate, lacking final blank £150-200

466 Walsh, Thomas Journal of the late Campaign in Egypt. London: T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1803. First edition, 4to, 42 plates, plans and maps, (6 plates and 7 maps and plans hand-coloured), some folding, list of subscribers, contemporary speckled calf, occasional slight spotting or slight offsetting £250-350


86 Lyon & Turnbull

INDEX Adams, G., 330 Adamson, R., 323 Agricola, G., 331 Ah Fong, 319 Albinus, B.S., 332, 333 Aldhouse, R., 196 Aldis, B.W., 123 Allman, G.J., 281 Amelot de la Houssaye, A.N., 97 Annan, T., 314 Archer, T., 452 Armstrong, E.A., 273 Asplund, K., 2 Augustine, St, 312 Aulnoy, M.C. de la Mothe, d', 88 Avermaete, R., 3 Bajot, E., 5 Ballard, J.G., 124-126 Bally, C., 4 Barbour, A.H.F., 334 Barker, G., 315 Barry, J., 204 Barthelemy, 237 Bartholinus, T., 335 Beardsley, A., 6 Beattie, J., 152 Bell, T., 348 Bellin, J.N., 26 Bellini, L., 336 Berry, R.J., 271 Bewick, T., 235, 245 Blacker, W., 401 Blackie, W.G., 22 Blaeu, J., 27, 31 Blaeu, W., 31, 56, 63 Bleuland, J., 337 Boece, H., 98 Boethius, H., 98 Boisgelin de Kerdu, P.M.L., 442 Bone, M., 75 Bossut, C., 376 Boswell, J., 127, 166 Boyd, I.L., 272 Boyd, J.M., 272 Brangwyn, F., 2, 413 Breton, M., 415 Brinsley, J., 301 Browne, J., 452 Bryant, J., 237 Buchanan, G., 117 Buckham, A., 316 Bunn, B., 290 Burns, R., 128 Burton, I., 245 Burton, R.F., 416-418 Burton, W., 419 Butler, S., 152 Cadwaladr, B., 100 Camden, W., 420 Cameron, D.Y., 2

Cantelli da Vignola, G., 38 Carlyle, T., 244 Carter, J., 7 Cellarius, A., 28-30 Ceres, 197 Cervantes Saavedra, M., 129, 167 Cervio, V., 238 Chatwin, B., 422 Chaucer, G., 130, 131 Cheselden, W., 339 Child, 254 Chrysostom, J., 302 Churchill, W., 252 Civiale, J., 340 Cloquet, J., 341 Cobbett, W., 249 Cohen, H., 156 Coleridge, H., 132 Colquhoun, P., 423 Conrad, J., 134-140 Cordiner, C., 455 Cornonelli, V.M., 57 Cornwall, B., 141 Cotton, A., 265 Cotton, C., 144 Cox, E.H.M., 270 Crabbe, G., 142 Craig, T., 108 Crane, W., 78 Crawfurd, G., 432 Creswell, K.A.C., 424 Crick, F.H.C., 342 Cruikshank, W., 343 Culpeper, N., 256 Curzon, R., 425 Da Vinci, L., 8 Danican, F.A., 236 Daniell, W., 426 Darwin, C., 257 Davis, E., 100 De Quevedo-Villegas, F., 167 Defoe, D., 254 Denholm, J., 432 Dexter, C., 143 Di Villanova, F., 232 Dickens, C., 144-148 Dieffenbach, J.F., 355 Donaldson, J., 79 Doré, G., 167 Douglas, M., 384 Dresser, C., 9 Drummond, J., 10, 427 Dugdale, W., 11 Dulac, E., 83 Dumas, A., 150 Dumont, J., 101 Edward, A., 253 Edwards, L., 450 Ellis, W., 428 Elwes, H.J., 265

Elyse Lord, I., 2 Eustachius, B., 356 Eyre-Todd, G., 245 Fabricius von Hilden, W., 357 Fairstar, 239 Farisol, A., 89 Fenwick, I., 189 Fenwick. I., 229 Ferdinandus, E., 358 Ferrier, 152 Flavius, J., 90 Fleming, I., 152, 154, 155 Ford, S., 13 Forster, E.M., 183 Fougasse, T., 460 Fracastoro, G., 359 Fracostoro, G., 360 Francis, D., 163 Francis, R., 413 Fraser, W., 103 Frith, F., 321 Froude, J.A., 104 Fry, C.B., 243 Geddes, P., 158 Geddie, J., 296, 450 Gellius, A., 93 Genga, B., 361 Gibbon, E., 412 Gibbons, S., 159 Gilbert, S., 261 Gladwin, F., 430 Golding, W., 160, 161 Gordon, A., 433 Graaf, R., 362 Graves, R., 162 Greene, G., 163 Grieve, C.M., 133 Grimm, Brothers, 83 Groening, M., 295 Gross, A., 37 Grossmann, K.R., 221 Grove, A., 265 Guillemeau, J., 363 Guthrie, J., 290 Hadden, W., 228 Hansard, G.A., 400 Hastings, F., 251 Hawes, W., 392 Haynes, F.J., 322 Heaps, S.A., 291 Heister, L., 328 Hennique, L., 14 Hewison, J.K., 432 Hey, W., 364 Hill, D.O., 323 Hilton, H.H., 402 Hogarth, W., 245 Hole, W., 58 Homann, 39

Homann, J.B., 24, 62 Home, E., 365 Hondius, 64 Hondius, H., 59 Horne, J., 2 Housman, L., 83 Houston, R., 366 Hughes, T.S., 434 Hume, D., 105 Hunter, J., 367 Jamieson, A., 368 Janssen, J., 40 Jebb, S., 249 Jefferson, T., 107 Jefferys, T., 41 Jerdon, T., 262 Jerome, J.K., 144 Johnson, S., 165, 166, 435, 436 Johnsto, W. & A.K., 43 Johnston, A.K., 42 Jomini, A.H., 22 Keltie, J.S., 116 Khan, A.A., 198 Khan, B.A., 198 King James VI/I, 164 King James VII/II, 209 King Louis XV, 211 Kingsley, C., 144 La Harpe, J.F., 168 Laborde, A.L.J., 437, 438 Lafayette, 156 Lane, E.W., 460 Lang, A., 80 Larrey, D.J., 370, 371 Latham, J., 263 Laveaux, J., 156 Lawrence, D.H., 210 Lawrence, T.E., 252, 439 Lawson, J.P., 455 Le Clerc, D., 372 LeClerc, G.L., 279 Lilford, T.P., 264 Lindsay, J., 116 Liston, R., 373 Lloyd, D., 311 Lloyd, L., 407 Lobo, F.J., 441 Lobstein, J.F., 374 Loch, J., 114 Lothian, J., 44 Loti, P., 413 Loudon, J.W., 266 Low, F.H., 239 M'Nayr, J., 454 MacDiarmid, H., 133 MacEwan, I., 163 MacFarlane, P., 157, 170 MacGeorge, A., 431, 432

Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs 87

MacGilivray, W., 259 MacKenzie, P., 245 MacLean, A., 163 Maclise, J., 375 MacQuoid, P., 16 MacTaggart, A., 171 Manget, J.J., 372 Mardie, M., 2 Martin, T., 109 Masefield, J., 232 Massy, A., 403 Mattioli, P.A., 91 Mayer, T., 377 Mayerne Turquet, T. de, 378 Mazzini, G., 202 McBey, J., 2 McIntosh, W.C., 281 McNaughton, A., 110 Meier-Graefe, J., 3 Meikle, J., 250 Metcalfe, F., 460 Metz, C.M., 17 Millais, J.G., 267, 268, 450 Miller, A.H., 432 Miller, H., 172 Milne, A.A., 81 Milne, D., 251 Milton, J., 173 Montfaucon, B., 237 Morden, R., 65 Morgagni, G.B., 380 Morris, F., 269 Mosely, E., 344 Murphy, J., 21 Murray, A., 443 Muybridge, E., 325 Nansen, F., 384 Napier of Merchiston, M., 111 Newton, I., 381 Nicholson, W., 18, 19, 82 Nuck, A., 382, 383 O'Brian, P., 174-176 O'Gorman, 404 O'Shaughnessy, R., 384 Ortelius, A., 45, 60 Orwell, G., 177 Ottens, J., 66 Oudart, P., 278 Ouseley, W., 445 Ovidius Naso, P., 178 Paine, T., 215 Pasteur, L., 385, 386 Pearse, T., 213 Pennant, T., 444 Pepys, S., 152 Perrault, C., 92 Peterson, R.T., 279 Peterson, V.M., 279 Philidor, A.D., 236

Philips, 26 Playfair, R.L., 446 Pleyel, I., 232 Pollard, H.B.C., 252 Poole, S., 460 Pott, P., 389 Price, S., 280 Ptolemy, C., 51 Quain, J., 390 Rabelais, F., 156 Rackham, A., 83, 405 Raleigh, W., 232 Ramsay, A.M., 379 Rankin, I., 180 Renwick, R., 116 Ricjardson, J., 351 Ridpath, G., 116 Riley, J., 447 Riouffe, H.J., 156 Roberts, 53 Robertson, J., 79 Robertson, W., 116, 346, 452 Robertson, W.G., 413 Roche, M.R., 181 Rockwell, K., 3 Rolleston, S., 391 Ross, A., 113 Rowe, E.S., 152 Rowling, J.K., 84 Russell, A., 448

Southey, K., 184, 190 Southey, R., 184 Speed, J., 70, 119 Spigelius, A., 395 Sprecher von Bernegg, F., 94 Stevenson, R.L., 185, 187 Stewart, J., 108 Stewart, M., 34 Stoopendael, D., 73 Stuart, C.E., 457 Stuart, J.S.S., 457 Sutphen, W.G. van T., 403 Sévigné, M. de R-C., 95 Taylor, C., 453 Taylor, J., 116 Thomas, R., 215 Thompson, G., 74 Thomson, A., 252 Thomson, C.W., 285 Thomson, D.C., 85-87 Thomson, J., 458, 459 Thomson, J.J., 388 Thorburn, A., 286, 287 Thornton, R.J., 288 Thucydides, 186 Tomes, J., 354 Trollope, F., 152 Tulpius, N., 396 Tweddell, R., 462 Tyas, R., 120 Unger, W., 413

Sadeler, J., 54 Sale, F., 449 Sand, M., 239 Sandeman, F., 116 Sanson, N., 67 Saunders, E., 352 Scappi, B., 238 Scheffler, A., 79 Schindler, E., 222 Schindler, O., 218-222 Schliemann, H., 461 Scott Moncrieff, 224 Scott, J., 353 Scott, W., 182, 187, 245, 249, 450 Scull, W., 50 Scultetus, J., 393 Seutter, M., 25, 68 Shakespeare, W., 167, 251 Sharp, Greenwood & Fowler, 35 Sheridan, L.H., 254 Shields, H., 250 Shute, N., 163 Skelton, J., 112 Slocum, J., 456 Smellie, W., 394 Smit, P.J., 292 Smith, G.G., 402 Souglas, R., 108 Southey, E., 132

Van Gloeden, W., 327 Vardon, H., 403 Virtue, J.S., 75 Visscher, N., 69 Volney, C.f., 156 Voltaire, F.M.A., 463 Wade, G., 207 Wall, A., 296 Walsh, R., 464, 465 Walsh, T., 466 Walton, I., 144 Watkins, D.D., 86, 87 Watson, J.D., 342 Waugh, A., 82 Wells, H.G., 144 Wheeler, D.M., 293 Whistler, J.M., 13 Wilkinson, H., 313 Williams, T., 188 Williamson, G., 338 Williamson, P., 247 Wilson, 452 Wilson, A., 289 Wilson, D., 450 Windsor, E., 121 Wingfield, W., 294 Winslow, J.B., 397

Wisden, 408 Wiseman, R., 398 Wither, G., 399 Wood, J., 197 Woodward, H.B., 260 Wordsworth, D., 229 Wordsworth, M., 190, 229 Wordsworth, W., 132, 189, 190, 229 Wyld, J., 77 Wyndham, J., 191, 192 Yeats, W.B., 193-195 Young, W., 314

Fine Furniture & Works of Art including Russian Paintings & Works of Art from the Collection of the late Jan Bethge Wednesday, 25th January, 2017 ALEXANDER BORISOVICH SEREBRIAKOFF (1907-1995) VIEW OF THE PLACE DE LA CONCORDE FROM THE AMERICAN EMBASSY Signed, inscribed and dated 1960, watercolour 49cm x 61cm (19.25in x 24in)


ALEXANDER BORISOVICH SEREBRIAKOFF (1907-1995) GREEN SALON OF THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF WINDSOR Signed, dated 1945 and inscribed ‘Paris 24 Bd Suchet’, watercolour 41.5cm x 50.5cm (16.25in x 20in)


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(c) lf the Seller elects to take action against any Buyer on its own behalf Lyon & Turnbull will provide the Seller with such assistance as may be reasonably necessary to pursue that action. (d) The Seller hereby agrees to inform Lyon & Turnbull of any action which it chooses to take against the Buyer to enforce payment of the amount due to the Seller. (e) In the event that a Buyer fails to pay for a lot in accordance with the Conditions of Sale for Buyers, that lot will be treated in the same way as an unsold or collected lot. 12. SETTLEMENT PAYMENTS Subject to full payment by the Buyer, payment of the net proceeds of sale due to you will be made over to you 28 working days following a sale. Provided we have received cleared funds. Payment will be made by cheque or BACS (if requested).



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.

Lyon & Turnbull acts as agent solely for and in the interests of the Seller. We do not act for Buyers in this role and does not give advice to Buyers.  When Lyon & Turnbull make a statement about a lot it is doing so on behalf of the Seller of the lot. 



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

In connection with the management and operation of our business and the marketing and supply of Lyon & Turnbull’s services, or as required by law, we may ask the Seller to provide personal information about themselves or obtain information about the Seller from third parties (e.g. credit information). Lyon & Turnbull will not give out personal information except as may be required by law.

(b) Any notice to any Buyer, Seller, bidder or viewer may be given by email, or if not available then first class mail, in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting.

(a) The same Conditions of Sale (Sellers) shall apply to sales by private treaty.

(c) Notices to Lyon & Turnbull should be in writing and addressed to Nick Curnow at 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR, quoting the reference number specified at the beginning of the sale catalogue.

(b) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction and subject to our agreed charges for Sellers and Buyers.

(d) Should any provision of these Conditions of Sale be held unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect.

(c) Lyon & Turnbull undertakes to inform the Seller of any offers it receives in relation to an item prior to any Proposed Sale, excluding the normal method of commission bids.

(e) These Conditions of Sale are not assignable by either party without the other’s prior written consent, but are binding on the seller’s successor and representatives. No act, omission or delay by Lyon & Turnbull shall be deemed a waiver or release of any of its rights.


(d) For the purposes of a private treaty sale, if a lot is sold in any other currency than Sterling, the exchange rate is to be taken on the date of sale.

(f) The contract between the parties may be varied by the parties by agreement and in writing.

The Auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by Sellers or Buyers.

If you would like further information on Lyon & Turnbull policies on personal data, or to make corrections to your information, please contact us on +44 (0)131 557 8844. 18. LAW AND JURISDICTION (a) Governing Law: These Conditions of Sale and all aspects of all matters, transactions or disputes to which they relate or apply shall be governed by, and interpreted in accordance with, Scots law (b) Jurisdiction: The Seller agrees that the Courts of Scotland are to have exclusive jurisdiction to settle all disputes arising in connection with all aspects of all matters or transactions to which these Conditions of Sale relate or apply.

BUYERS The Auctioneer 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 of Sale (Buyers): "Auctioneer" means Lyon & Turnbull Ltd or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; "Hammer price" means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the Auctioneer brings down the hammer; "Lot" means each Item offered for sale by Lyon & Turnbull; "Purchase Price" is the Hammer Price and applicable Buyer's Premium; "Reserve" means the lowest price below which an item cannot be sold; "Total amount due" means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax or other taxes chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting Buyer under these Conditions;

(f) 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 nor our employees nor 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. (g) Telephone Bids: If a prospective Buyer makes arrangements with us prior to the commencement of the sale we will use reasonable efforts to contact them to enable them to participate in bidding by telephone. We do not accept liability for failure to do so or for errors and omissions in connections. (h) Online Bidding: We will use reasonable efforts to carry out online bids and do not accept liability for equipment failure, inability to access the internet or software malfunctions related to execution of online bids/ live bidding. 4. INCREMENTS

the European Union and do not fall within the reduced rate category outlined above. 7. 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 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 Design and Artists Copyright Society (‘DACS’) 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

Bidding increments shall be at the Auctioneer's sole discretion.


“You”, “Your” means the Buyer “Us”, “Our”, “We” etc. refers to Lyon & Turnbull Ltd


The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

For each lot purchased a Buyer's Premium of 25% of the hammer price is payable on each lot up to and including £100,000, plus 20% from £100,001 upwards. VAT at the appropriate rate is charged on the Buyer's Premium. No VAT is payable on the hammer price or premium for printed books or unframed maps bought at auction.

(a) Pay to us the total amount due in cash or by such other method as is agreed by us. We accept cash, bank transfer (details on request), debit cards and Visa or MasterCard credit cards. We do not accept American Express.

2. AGENCY Lyon & Turnbull acts as agent solely for and in the interests of the Seller. We do not act for Buyers in this role and does not give advice to Buyers. When Lyon & Turnbull make a statement about a lot it is doing so on behalf of the Seller of the lot. The Auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by Sellers or Buyers. 3. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security and credit references or 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 and any dispute shall be settled at the Auctioneer's absolute discretion. (c) Once made, no bid may be withdrawn. (d) Our right to bid on behalf of Sellers is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve. (e) The right to refuse any bid is also reserved.

Live online bidding is subject to an additional 3% premium (charged by the live bidding service provider Invaluable). This additional premium is subject to VAT at the appropriate rate as above. 6. VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by Buyers of relevant lots. (1) Lots affixed with (†): Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with a dagger (†). This imposition of VAT maybe because the Seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating under a Margin Scheme. (2) Lots affixed with (*): A reduced rate of Value Added Tax on the hammer price of 5% is payable. This indicates that a lot has been imported from outwith the European Union. This reduced rate is applicable to Antique items. (3) Lots affixed with [Ω]: Standard rate of Value Added Tax on the hammer price and premium is payable. This applies to items that have been imported from outwith

(1) Within 7 days of a lot being sold you will:

(b) Please note there is a surcharge of 2% when using credit cards. (c) Please note that we cannot accept cash payments over £5,000. (2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing by you to us howsoever incurred and without agreement by you or your agent, whether express or implied.. 9. 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 7 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment whichever is later. We can provide you with a list of shippers. However, we will not be responsible for the acts or omissions of carriers or packers whether or not recommended by us. (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 sale room and the potential storage charges for lots not collected by the appropriate time. (5) Export of goods: Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character, e.g. items that may contain prohibited materials such as ivory or rhino horn. It is the buyer’s sole responsibility to obtain any relevant export or import licence. The denial of any licence or any delay in obtaining licences shall neither justify the recession of any sale not any delay in making full payment for the lot.

Buyers gauge the sums involved for the purchase of a particular lot. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT. Estimates are a matter of opinion and prepared in advance. Estimates may be subject to change and are for guidance only and should not be relied upon. (4) Catalogue Alterations: Lot descriptions and estimates are prepared in advance of the sale and may be subject to change. Any alterations will be announced on the catalogue alteration sheet, made available prior to the sale. It is the responsibility of the Buyer to make themselves aware to any alterations which may have occurred.


(5) Electrical Goods: are sold as “works of art” only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first. Use of such goods is entirely at the risk of the Buyer and no warranties as to safety of the goods are given.

(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 Sellers 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:

(6) Upholstered items: are sold as “works of art” only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with current safety regulation. Use of such goods is entirely at the risk of the Buyer and no warranties as to safety of the goods are given. Lyon & Turnbull provide no guarantee as to the originality of any wood/material contained within the item.

(a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract;

(7) 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 appearing in the catalogue. These notices and terms will also form part of our terms and conditions of sales.

(b) to rescind the contract for 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). (d) to remove, store and insure the lot in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere and to recover from you all costs incurred in respect thereof; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month above the current base rate on all sums outstanding for more than 7 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 which become due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due by you and to exercise a lien over any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied.satisfied. 11. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) Whilst 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 only accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer or our employees or agents accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and no warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are given. Please note that photographs/images provided may not be fully representative of the condition of the lot and should not be relied upon as indicative of the overall condition of the lot. (2) Condition reports: Condition reports are provided on our website or upon request. The absence of a report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Large numbers of such requests are received shortly before each sale and department specialists and administration will endeavor to respond to all requests although we offer no guarantee. Any statement in relation to the lot is merely an expression of opinion of the Seller or Lyon & Turnbull and should not be relied upon as an inducement to bid on the lot. Lots are available for inspection prior to the sale and you are strongly advised to examine any lot in which you are interested prior to the sale. Our condition reports are not prepared by professional conservators, restorers or engineers. Our condition report does not form any contract between Lyon & Turnbull and the Buyer. The Condition Reports do not affect the Seller’s obligations in any way. (3) Estimates: Estimates are placed on each lot to help

12. BOOKS, CLOCKS & WATCHES, DIAMONDS & GEMSTONES (1) Books-Collation: If on collation any NAMED item in the sale catalogue proves defective, in text or illustration the Buyer may reject the lot provided he returns it within 21 days of the sale stating the defect in writing. This, however, shall not apply in the case of unnamed items, periodicals, autographed letters, music M.M.S., maps, 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 the time of sale, NOR in respect of lots sold for less than £300. (2) Clocks & Watches: All lots are sold “as seen”, and the absence of any reference to the condition of a clock or watch does not imply the lot is in good condition and without defects, repairs or restorations. Most clocks and watches will have been repaired during their normal lifetime and may now incorporate additional/newer parts. Furthermore, Lyon & Turnbull makes no representation or warranty that any clock or watch is in working order. As clocks and watches often contain fine and complex mechanisms, Buyers should be aware that a general service, change of battery or further repair work, for which the Buyer is solely responsible, may be necessary. Buyers should also be aware that Lyon & Turnbull cannot guarantee a watch will remain waterproof if the back is removed. Buyers should be aware that the importing watches such as Rolex, Frank Muller and Corum into the United States is highly restricted. These watches cannot be shipped to the USA and only imported personally. (3) Diamonds & Gemstones: Please note that diamonds and gemstones cannot be accurately graded and measured when mounted in jewellery. Unless it is stated in the catalogue and condition report that the item is accompanied by an independent report by a named gemmological laboratory, the information provided about the colour, clarity and size of a gemstone is the opinion of our department jewellery specialists. Please note in the event that Lyon and Turnbull has been given or has obtained certificates for any lot in the sale, Lyon and Turnbull nor the Seller accepts any liability for contradictions or differing certificates obtained by Buyers on any lots post sale. Diamonds and gemstones are not unmounted by the department, therefore any information provided in this instance is an approximate understanding of the quality of the gemstone under these limitations. Without an independent report the department are generally unable to give an opinion on any potential treatments a gem material has been subjected to. Many gemstones and diamonds have been subjected to a variety of treatments to enhance their appearance and unless stated buyers should presume gemstones/diamonds have been exposed to some sort of treatment. 13. CITES Please be aware that all lots marked with the symbol Y are subject to CITES regulations when exporting these items outside the EU. These regulations may be found at importsexports/cites/

Lyon & Turnbull accepts no liability for any lots which may be subject to CITES but have not be identified as such. 14. SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY (a) The same Conditions of Sale (Buyers) shall apply to sales by private treaty. (b) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction and subject to our agreed charges for Sellers and Buyers. (c) Lyon & Turnbull undertakes to inform the Seller of any offers it receives in relation to an item prior to any Proposed Sale, excluding the normal method of commission bids. (d) For the purposes of a private treaty sale, if a lot is sold in any other currency than Sterling, the exchange rate is to be taken on the date of sale. 15. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation, safety and security arrangements. Accordingly, neither the Auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to, during or after a sale. 16. GENERAL (a) We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. (b) Any notice to any Buyer, Seller, bidder or viewer may be given by email if not available then first class mail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. (c) Notices to Lyon & Turnbull should be in writing and addressed to Gavin Strang at 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR, quoting the reference number specified at the beginning of the sale catalogue. (d) Should any provision of these Conditions of Sale be held unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect. (e) These Conditions of Sale are not assignable by either party without the other's prior written consent. No act, omission or delay by Lyon & Turnbull shall be deemed a waiver or release of any of its rights. (f) The contract between the parties may be varied by the parties by agreement and in writing. 17. DATA PROTECTION In connection with the management and operation of our business and the marketing and supply of Lyon & Turnbull's services, or as required by law, we may ask the Buyer to provide personal information about themselves or obtain information about the Buyer from third parties (e.g. credit information). Lyon & Turnbull will not give out personal information except as may be required by law. If you would like further information on Lyon & Turnbull policies on personal data, or to make corrections to your information, please contact us on +44 (0)131 557 8844.. The Buyer hereby agrees to the release by Lyon & Turnbull of the Buyer’s name and contact details to the seller or the seller’s solicitor in the event of any dispute between Lyon & Turnbull and the Buyer and/or Lyon & Turnbull and the Seller. Lyon & Turnbull will give prior written notice of the release of any such details to the Seller of the Seller’s solicitor. 18. FORCE MA JEURE Lyon & Turnbull shall be under no liability if they shall be unable to carry out any provision of the Contract of Sale for any reason beyond their control including (without limiting the foregoing) an act of God, legislation, war, fire, flood, drought, failure of power supply, lock-out, strike or other action taken by employees in contemplation or furtherance of a dispute or owing to any inability to procure materials required for the performance of the contract. 19. LAW AND JURISDICTION (a) Governing Law: These Conditions of Sale and all aspects of all matters, transactions or disputes to which they relate or apply shall be governed by, and interpreted in accordance with, Scots law. (b) Jurisdiction: The Buyer agrees that the Courts of Scotland are to have exclusive jurisdiction to settle all disputes arising in connection with all aspects of all matters or transactions to which these Conditions of Sale relate or apply.

Guide to Bidding & Payment Payment

Registration All potential buyers must register prior to placing a bid. Registration information may be submitted in person at our registration desk, by email, by fax or on our website. Please note that all first time bidders at Lyon & Turnbull will be asked to supply the following documents in order to facilitate registration: 1 – Government issued photo ID (Passport/ Driving licence) 2 – Proof of address (utility bill/ bank statement). We may, at our option, also ask you to provide a bank reference and/ or deposit. By registering for the sale, the buyer acknowledges that he or she has read, understood and accepted our Conditions of Sale.

Bidding At the Sale Registered bidders will be assigned a bidder number and given a paddle for use at the sale. Once the first bid has been placed, the auctioneer asks for higher bids in increments determined by the auctioneer. To place your bid, simply raise your paddle until the auctioneer acknowledges you. Please ensure that the auctioneer repeats your bidder 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.

By phone A limited number of telephone lines are available for bidding by phone through a Lyon & Turnbull representative. Phone lines must be reserved in advance. All bid requests must be received an hour before the sale. 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 endeavor to undertake such bids to the best of our abilities. This service is available entirely at our discretion and at the bidder’s risk. 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. All bids must be received an hour before the sale. This service is entirely at the bidder’s risk. On the internet A fully-illustrated catalogue is available on our website. Registered bidders may leave absentee bids through the website and will receive email confirmation of their bid. Live online bidding (powered by Invaluable) is also available, accessible either through our website or at Please note that an additional 3% premium is charged by Invaluable for this live online service.

Payment is due within seven (7) days of the sale. Lots purchased will not be released until full payment has been received. Payment may be made by the following methods: Bank Transfer Account details are included on any invoices we issue or upon request from our accounts department. Credit or Debit Cards Payment can be made by Visa Debit, Maestro, Mastercard or Visa Credit cards. Please note there is a 2% surcharge on credit card payments and we do not accept Amex. Online Card Payments We no longer accept card payments by phone. Please use our online payment service (provided by Cardstream/Credorax. You will find a link to this service in any email invoice issued or you can visit the payments section of our website. 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. Cash Cash payments can be made at the accounts desk during or after a sale. Cash payments limited to £5,000.

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