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The Works of Gautier [ Edition De Luxe ] { 12 Volume Complete Set }

By Gautier, The´ophile, 1811-1872. [ translated and edited by F.C. de Sumichrast.

Boston: C.T. Brainard, 1900. This Set is complete and in uniform Very good condition indeed. It is one of 1000 sets and is the De Luxe Edition. The Set is unnumbered. Published between 1900 and 1903. All bindings are in Blue cloth with paper Title label to spines. The Title is somewhat fadedas is oten when the colour red is used. Nevertheless, it is unusual to find a complete Set and in such appealing condition. 12 volumes : plates ; 22 cm v. 1. Mademoiselle de Maupin. v. 2. The grotesques ; Travels in Spain. v. 3. The romance of a mummy ; Portraits of the day. v. 4. Travels in Italy ; Fortunio ; One of Cleopatra's nights ; King Candaules. v. 5. The Louvre ; Constantinope -v. 6. Spirite ; The campire ; Arria Marcella ; The quartette ; The mummy's foot. v. 7. Travels in Russia ; Belgium and Holland ; A day in London. v. 8. Avatar ; Jettatura ; The water pavilion ; A history of romanticism ; The progress of French poetry. v. 9. Captain Fracasse. pt. 1-2. v. 10. Captain Fracasse. pt. 3 ; My private managerie ; Paris besieged. v. 11. Militona ; The nightingales ; The marchioness's lapdog ; Omphale ; Jack and Jill ; The thousand and second night ; Elias Wildmanstadius ; Daniel Jovard ; The bowl of punch. v. 12. Art and criticism ; The magic hat ; Enamels and cameos and other poems, tr. / by Agnes Lee. [ Location: BR1]. Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$215.18

A Ballad Book by C. K. Sharpe. M.DCCCXXIII. Reprinted with notes and ballads from the unpublished MSS. of C. K. Sharpe and Sir Walter Scott. Edited by D. Laing.

By Sharpe, Charles Kirkpatrick, 1781?-1851. Laing, David, 1793-1878., Scott, Walter, 1771-1832.

Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons , 1880. Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe (15 May 1781 - 17 March 1851) was an Scottish poet, artist, and antiquary. In 1823 he published his Ballad Book, which in 1880 was re-edited by David Laing, with some additions from Sharpe's manuscripts. The First edition printed in 1823 for private distribution (30 copies) Here we have the 1880 edition and even this book is believed to have been one of only 250 copies. There is an inked 781 inside front pastedown, but this does not necessarily indicate a numbered copy. Is now a Rare book on the open market. ;xxiii, 183 p. col. illus. (portrait) pl. 21 cm. A sound copy, with rubs to the leather spine, but it is not frayed in any way. Binding is tight, pages excellent. With 4 newspaper cuttings affixed to pastedown and fep, present but not offensive or impeding the text. . Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$1075.88

The Charter Granted By King Charles the Second to the City of Gloucester, 1672
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The Charter Granted By King Charles the Second to the City of Gloucester, 1672

By WEBB, John (editor)

Gloucester: printed by A. and D.M. Walker, 1834. 4to. pp.xii.110. Cloth spine with paper boards. printed by A. and D.M. Walker at the Office of the Gloucester Journal, Westgate Street, Gloucester. 1834. The Latin text of the Charter with the English translation on the opposite pages. All pages clean, a tight and secure copy. [ Location: BR1 ]. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Very Good. 4to.

$24.39

Early travels in Palestine, comprising the narratives of Arculf [recorded by Saint Adamnan], Willibald, Bernard, Saewulf, Sigurd, Benjamin of Tudela, Sir John Maundeville, De La Brocquie`re and Maundrell
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Early travels in Palestine, comprising the narratives of Arculf [recorded by Saint Adamnan], Willibald, Bernard, Saewulf, Sigurd, Benjamin of Tudela, Sir John Maundeville, De La Brocquie`re and Maundrell

By Adamnan Saint 625?-704.[ Edited with Notes By Wright, Thomas

London: Henry G. Bohn, 1848. Series - Bohn's antiquarian library. xxxi, 517 p. Is a decent copy of a book notorious for being tatty overall. Binding is very secure, some fade areas to cloth and spine. Light fray to spine ends. Excellent internally. [ Location : Br2/GC ]. Hard Cover. Good. 12mo.

$25.82

The lives of women saints of our contrie of England : also some other liues of holie women written by some of the auncient fathers (c.1600-1615)
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The lives of women saints of our contrie of England : also some other liues of holie women written by some of the auncient fathers (c.1600-1615)

By Carl Horstmann [ Edited By ] British Museum.

Millwood New York: Kraus Reprint, 1987. Series: Early English Text Society.; Publications. Original series 86. Reprint of the 1886 edition. . Hard Cover. Fine. 8vo.

$21.52

History of the war in the peninsula and in the south of France, from the year 1807 to the year 1812 [ 2 Volumes ]
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History of the war in the peninsula and in the south of France, from the year 1807 to the year 1812 [ 2 Volumes ]

By Napier, William Francis Patrick 1785-1860.

London: G. Routledge & sons , 1878. Series - Routledge's standard library. Vol 1: 1807-1810. Vol 2: 1810-1812. p.ix, 487, plates & maps; p.xvii, 492, plates & maps. Nice tight copies. Clean, few minor surface marks. light rubs spine extremities.. Hard Cover. Very Good. 12mo.

$31.56

School Days at Saxonhurst
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School Days at Saxonhurst

By Fitzgerald, Percy Hetherington 1834-1925.

London: A & C Black , 1867. I believe this is the First Edition of this quite uncommon title. Additionally I believe the bookplate on the front pastedown is that of Robert Rockliff who jointly ran the Publishing house of Rockliff & Duckworth in Liverpool [ I secured books from the Rockliff Family recently } 293 p. : illus.Book is somewhat dusty on the outside, spine roughly relaid, block is tight, pages mainly clean, some with a trace stain at lower margins. [ Location : Br2/GC ]. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fair/good. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

$35.86

Libellus precum et piarum exercitationum in usum pie vivere et feliciter mori desiderantium.
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Libellus precum et piarum exercitationum in usum pie vivere et feliciter mori desiderantium.

Liverpool: Excudebat Robertus Rockliff, 1823. A SMALL LITTLE BOOK IN A LEATHER BINDING, WHERE THE SPINE HAS BEEN RELAID BY A PREVIOUS OWNER. SMALL PIECE MISSING FROM BASE SPINE. INTERNALLY CLEAN, BUT WITH A BIT OF HINGE STRAIN TO FRONT OF BOOK, BUT THE BLOCK IS TIGHT AND SECURE. PAGES CLEAN. UNCOMMON. p. iv, 460, [ iip adv] [ Location : Br2/GC ]. Hard Cover. Fair/good. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

$28.69

Vesper's or, the Evening Office of the Church in Latin and English According to the Roman Breviary
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Vesper's or, the Evening Office of the Church in Latin and English According to the Roman Breviary

By Vespers

Liverpool: Rockliff and Duckworth , 1829. This is an uncommon little book. In a bown leather embossed binding, somewhat rubbed, some foxing, the binding is secure, but there is a very light strain to the front hinge - not significant. Internally the block is clean and bright. p.xii, 329 Misericordias Domini, in aeternum cantabo - Ps, lxxxviii [ Location : Br2/GC ]. Hard Cover. Good. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

$43.04

A miscellaneous collection of vocal music, composed, and most humbly inscribed, to Her Grace the Duchess of Beaufort, by Robert Broderip { Bound Into the Book are a Further 32 Compositions of the Period See & Acquire Full Descriptions Below }
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A miscellaneous collection of vocal music, composed, and most humbly inscribed, to Her Grace the Duchess of Beaufort, by Robert Broderip { Bound Into the Book are a Further 32 Compositions of the Period See & Acquire Full Descriptions Below }

By Broderip, Robert, approximately 1758-1808.

London: Printed for the author, and sold by Messrs. Longman & Broderip, no. 26 Cheapside, and no. 13 Haymarket, [1791] NB: [ CONTACT THE SELLER - UNFORTUNATELY THE ABE PLATFORM IS NOT FACILITATING THE COMPREHENSIVE BOOK DESCRIPTION THAT I HAVE COMPILED. THEREFORE, PLEASE CONTACT ME BY USING "Contact this Seller" facility. I CAN THEN SEND YOU THE FULL BOOK COMPOSITION AND DESCRIPTION. IMAGES WILL FOLLOW ALSO. Here we have not only the complete work, as called for, from the above title, but a further 32 compositions bound into this one volume and which the previous owner has titled "SONGS". Many of these Rare or Uncommon. They are all printed on similar paper and page size. I will detail all in the order in which they are bound, commencing with the title listed above. 1st Listing: Engraved throughout apart from the list of subscribers, which is in letterpress. [2],3,[1],42p. : engr.music. The titlepage is in sepia; at foot of the imprint: "Op. IX.". This appears to be an uncommon work - complete. Very good order. Ink inscription of Mr Peter Rockcliff to margin of title page - previous owner who lived in Liverpool. 2nd Listing: [ i ] p.2 -4, Title: When first this humble Roof I Knew - a favourite song Sung By Mr Bannister in the Lord of the Manor composed by William Jackson of Exeter, Printed and Sold by Preston and Son, Exeter Exchange [ 1805 ] - selling individually on Abe at time of listing for approx £30 to include p+p. Very good. 3rd Listing: The Wand'ring Sailor, a favourite Song sung by Mr Bannister at the Theatre Royal in the Hay Market composed by Dr. Arnold { Arnold, Samuel 1740-1802.}; Printed for S A & P. Thompson ... [ca. 1780?]; 1 score ([1], 2-4 p.) ; fol. First line: The wand'ring sailor ploughs the main. Very good. One listed on Abe for approx £20. 4th Listing: 1 vocal score ([1], 2-4 p.) ; fol. Whither, my love, ah! whither art thou gone? : Sung by Signora Storace in the Haunted tower / the music by Sigr. Paisiello. Printed by Longman and Broderip ... [ca. 1795?] Cheapside, Hay Market, London. Cavatina 'La Rachelina molinara' from Paisiello's opera 'La molinara', adapted to English words by S. Storace for use in his opera 'The haunted tower' Arr. on two staves for voice and keyboard; with versions for the guitar and for two voices or flutes. Caption title from p. 2. The first page is blank as called for. Lowest priced copy on Abe is £30 at time of listing. 5th Listing: The Greenwich Pensioner, / written and composed by Mr. Dibdin for his entertainment called The oddities..[ Dibdin, Charles 1745-1814.]; Printed & sold by the author, at his music warehouse No. 411 Strand, opposite the Adelphi. [1789?]; 1 vocal score ([2]-4 pages) ; 34 cm. Listed Abe copy of same work is approx £25. Very good. 6th Listing: The hunter's song of Hark the hollow wood resounding : with the original simphony now play'd at Vauxhall [ undated but ca 1780] composed by I.S. Smith. Author: Smith, John Stafford 1750-1836. Original price 6d. First line: Hark the hollow woods resounding, echo to the hunter's cry! Caption title from p. 2. 1 score ([1], 2-4 p.) ; fol. None listed on Abe. 7th Listing: Every inch a sailor / Written and composed by Mr. Dibdin, and sung by Mr. Incledon with the greatest applause, at Vauxhall.. London : Printed for the author, at his music warehouse, 411 Strand; opposite the Adelphi [ca. 1790] ; 1 condensed score ([1], 2-4 p.) ; fol.Song from the "table entertainment" 'The oddities', arr. in condensed score on 3 staves for voice, violins? and piano; with a version for the guitar.Caption title from p. 2. The first page is blank.- as called for.First line: The wind blew hard the sea ran high. No copy listed on Abe. 8th Listing: I thought our quarrels ended : a favorite song, sung by Mrs. Crouch in No song no supper / the music by Mr. Gretry.[ Grétry, André-Ernest-Modeste 1741-1813.] - [London] : Printed by Longman and Broderip ... [ca. 1790] ; 1 score (4 p.) ; fol. first page is blank as called for; The original version of Grétry's music has not been identified. Music price: 1s. Entered at Stationer's Hall - on two staves for voice and keyboard; with a version for flute. No copy listed on Abe. 9th Listing: The sportsmans invitation : sung by Mr. Arrowsmith at Vauxhall.1 score (3 p.) ; 32cm. I believe this Song is by Spofforth, Reginald 1770-1827.He composed about 75 glees, also three books of nursery rhyme settings and many songs and duets, including songs for various stage performances at Covent Garden in the 1790s. Not listed on Abe 10th Listing: With lowly suit and plaintive ditty, sung by Sigra. Storace in No song no supper { caption Title } / composed by Stephen Storace.[ Storace, Stephen 1762-1796.] [London] : Printed by Longman and Broderip [ca.1800] 1 score (2-4 p.) ; 32 cm.Arranged on two staves for voice and keyboard; with a version for the flute or guitar. 1 Listed Abe approx £35.00. Very Good. 11th Listing: No song, no supper. How happily my life I led; / composed by Stephen Storace [ Storace, Stephen 1762-1796.]; [London] : Printed by Longman and Broderip [ca. 1790] 1 score ([1], 2-4 p.) ; 34 cm. Not listed Abe. Very Good; 12th Listing: Fresh & strong the breeze is blowing, a much admired and favorite song sung in, Inkle and Yarico / composed by Dr. Arnold.; [ Arnold, Samuel 1740-1802. ]; London : Longman and Broderip [ca. 1790] 4 p. ; fol. 1 page blank as called for. P. 4 contains accompaniments for guitar and German flute. Small tear base margin. Very Good. Not listed on Abe. 12th Listing: The Request, a favorite Song; with an Accompaniment for a Piano Forte or Harp, composed by Gerard Vogler. First line begins: Tell me babbling Eccho, 3 numbered pages - 3" tear from base margin to second line of music, shorter marginal tears to 3 pages Printed & sold by T. Preston, at his Music Warehouse, 97 Strand [between 1798 abd 1810] 1 score (2-4 pages) ; 34 cm. Price 6d 1 score (2-4 pages) ; 34 cm. Not listed on Abe. 13th Listing: Fair Rosale : a favourite song / sung by Mrs Crouch at the music hall, Liverpool, and Mr. Dignum [ Dignum, Charles 1765-1827.] at the Anacreontic Society. The words by Mr. Richardson. London : Printed for S A & P. Thompson ... [ca. 1790] 1 score (4 p.) ; fol. Small authentic label of the period to base margin 'Sold at Percivalls Music Shop London", short tear base margin. Later and Poor copy listed on Abe for approx £45.00; Very Good; 14th Listing: I'd think on thee my love : a favourite sea song sung by Mr. Incledon at Vauxhall Gardens / composed by Mr. Hook.[ Hook Mr. (James) 1746-1827.]; London : Printed for S A & P. Thompson [ca. 1788] 4pp, 1 blank as called for, arrangement for German Flute p.4. Short tears to base margins only. 1 x copy Abe approx £40; 15th Listing: This one is odd, in so much that the Music pages appear to have been pasted to the original page - Louisa : A favorite song, sung by Mr. Incledon at the subscription concerts, of Bath and Bristol / Composed by J. Brooks[ Brooks, James 1760-1809.]..[ Ink inscription from J Brooks to base of the Music sheet p.1, ] Bath [London] : Printed for & sold by the author ; and at Preston's warehouses ... London. [ca. 1790 ] ; 1 score (3, [1] p.) ; fol. For high voice and strings, in score; followed by version for German flute.Score incorporates reduction for piano. Short tear to base margin of the 4 pages. First line: When night's dark mantle veil'd the seas. None listed on Abe. 16th Listing: Black ey'd Susan : a favorite cantata as sung by Mr. Incledon at the subscription concerts in Bristol & Bath / composed by Robert Broderip.[ Broderip, Robert approximately 1758-1808.] London: Printed by Longman and Broderip ... [ca. 1790] 1 score ([2], 5, [1] p.) ; fol. - there is a small corner piece missing from this composition [ p1-2] minor intrusion to Bar on page 2 -For high voice and piano. First line: All in the downs the fleet was moor'd. The last page is blank. None listed on Abe. 17th Listing: The Western Sky was Purpled O'er: A favourite Song as sung by Miss Mahon, at the Subscription Concert Bristol, composed by Robert Broderip. Printed by Longman & Broderip No 26 Cheapside Ca 1790. p.4, first line 'The Western Sky....None Listed on Abe. Very good. 18th Listing: Moulines Maria : a favourite ballad taken from Sterne / composed by Mr. Moulds.[ Moulds, John fl. 1784-1798 ] London : S.A. & P. Thompson [ca. 1785] 1 close score and 2 parts (4 p.) ; 33 cm. Few minor short tears base margin. Some pencil notings. Very Good. Not listed Abe. 19th Listing: The pigeon / sung by Mrs. Kennedy at Vauxhall Gardens and at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden, likewise at the Anacreontic Society, with great applause. London : printed for T. Straight, No. 138, St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross [between 1779 and 1783] 1 score (4 p.) Caption title on p. 2. First page blank.Song, probably by W. Leeves, according to Bodleian Library.Publication date range derived from the publisher's address (using Music publishing in the British Isles) and the singer's use of the name Mrs. Kennedy from 1779 (see Grove). Song begins: Why tarries my love, ah where does he rove. Some tone to extremities, sound example. None listed Abe. 20th Listing: Henry & Maria : or the Soldier's Farewell, a Favorite Dialogue. Sold by Preston, London [ 1800?] Price 6d. First Line: Marcia Pomposo ma non troppo Allegro. Very good. None listed Abe. Rare. p3; 21st Listing: Oh Nanny : sung at Vauxhall, Ranelagh and other public places / composed by T. Carter.[ Carter, Thomas approximately 1740-1804.] [London] : Printed by Longman and Broderip ... [ca. 1795] 1 score (4 p.) ; fol. For high voice, two violins and keyboard, with additional parts for flute and guitar.First line: Oh Nanny, wilt thou fly with me. Authentic original Booksellers label to base margin "Sold at Percivall's London" Very Good. This copy is earlier than that listed on Abe for approx £25.00; 22nd Listing: The lass of Richmond Hill : sung by Mr. Incledon with the utmost applause at Vauxhall Gardens composed by Mr. Hook. 4p. : music ; 33cm. Song for voice, 2 flutes, 2 horns, strings and continuo, in score, incorporating a reduction for keyboard. London : Printed & sold by Preston & Son [1795] Very Good. Not Listed Abe. 23rd Listing: A rose tree full in bearing : sung by Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Bannister in the Poor soldier / Composed by Wm. Shield..[ Shield, William 1748-1829.]; [London] : Printed & sold by J. Bland ... [ca. 1785] 1 vocal score ([2] leaves) ; fol. Arr. on 2-3 staves for two voices and keyboard; with a version for the guitar or flute. 3p. Very Good. Not listed on Abe. 24th Listing: Diana : a favorite hunting cantata / sung by Mrs. Kennedy at Vauxhall Gardens[.] Composed by Mr. Hook. London. : Printed by Longman & Broderip ... [ca. 1785] 1 score (6 p.) ; fol. Arr. in condensed score on three staves for two clarinets, two violins and continuo (figured bass); with a version for the flute or guitar. First line: When cheerful day began to dawn. Rare. Very Good. Not listed on Abe. 25th Listing: A favourite song in the new comedy of the Heiress : as performed with universal applause, at Drury Lane Theatre / adapted to an air of Sigr. Paesiello, by Mr. Linley. [ Paisiello, Giovanni 1740-1816.] [London : Printed for S. A & P. Thompson ... [1786] 1 score (4 p.) ; 35 cm. Uncommon. Very Good. Not Listed Abe. 26th Listing: Mary's dream or Sandy's ghost : sung by Miss Chanu at Hanover Square Concerts, and at the Pantheon / set to music by J. Relfe.[ Relfe, J. (John) 1763-ca. 1837.] London : Printed by Longman and Broderip No. 26 Cheapside and No. 13 Hay Market. Where may be had all the Vauxhall and Ranelagh songs &c. &c. [ca. 1785] 1 score (5, [1] p.) ; fol. Price 1s. Very Good. This, the earliest copy, not listed on Abe. 27th Listing: My native land I bade adieu : a favorite song, sung by Mr. Sedgewick in the Haunted tower. [London] : Printed by Longman and Broderip ... [ca. 1790] 1 vocal score ([1], 2-4 p.) ; fol. Listed Abe Approx £25.00; 28th Listing: Queen Mary's lamentation sung by Sig. Tenducci at the Panthon and Mr Able's Concert & / the instrumental parts by Signor Giordani. London : printed and sold by J. Preston [1782?] "Authentic Music Shop label to base margin Sold at Percivall's Music Sho, London" 1 score (4p) ; 34cm. Very Good. None noted on Abe. 29th Listing: The maid of Martindale : a favorite song / sung by Mr. Page at Vauxhall[,] composed by Mr. Hook[,] the words by Mr. Hawkins. [London] : Printed by Longman and Broderip ... [ca. 1790] 1 score ([1], 2-4 p.) ; fol. Arr. on two staves for voice and piano; with a version for the guitar. First line: In Martindale, a village gay, a damsel deigns to dwell. Caption title from p. 2. The first page is blank. Not listed on Abe. very good. 30th Listing: The rose had been wash'd : a favorite ballad / composed by Mr. Knowles. 1 score (3 p) ; Words by William Cowper. London : Longman and Broderip [ca. 1785] Not listed on Abe. 31st Listing: The topsails shiver in the wind : sung by Mr Arrowsmith at Vauxhall / composed by Mr. Arne.[.Arne, Michael 1741?-1786.]; [London] : Printed by Longman and Broderip ... [ca. 1783] 1 score ([1], 2-3, [1] p.) ; fol.Song arr. on three staves for high voice, violin? and harpsichord with figured bass, the voice and harpsichord sharing two staves and the "accompaniment" occupying the third. Price 1s. Very Good. Listed on Abe aprox £35.00. 32nd Listing: Jem of Aberdeen : a favorite Scotch Song, sung by Miss Leary at Vauxhall. London : Preston & Son [1790] 6p music. Very Good. An interesting group of uncommon Ballads and songs as listed.[ Location: BR1 ] . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

$674.22

The Itinerary of Archbishop Baldwin Through Wales, AD MCLXXXVIII.
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The Itinerary of Archbishop Baldwin Through Wales, AD MCLXXXVIII.

By Giraldus Cambrensis 1146?-1223?

London: Printed for William Miller, by W. Bulmer and Co., 1806. By Giraldus de Barri; translated into English, and illustrated with views, annotations, and a life of Giraldus, by Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Bart. F.R.S. F.A.S. Notes - Translation of Itinerarium Cambriae. 2 v. (cxci, 219 p. ; 440 p.) : ill., maps, plans ; 31 cm. Includes indexes. In two matching full leather bindings. Rear of V2 with scuff mark 3", but overall they remain attractive as a unit. Tightly bound and very secure. Contents Excellent, if with some occasional offset and sporadic foxing.. CONTENTS: v. 1. The life of Giraldus de Barri, with an account of his manuscripts at Oxford, Cambridge, Lambeth, and in the British museum. An introduction to the history of Cambria prior to ... 1188. The itinerary of Baldwin archbishop of Canterbury through Wales in ... 1188 -- v. 2. The second book of The itinerary of Baldwin through Wales. An account of Owain Cyveilioc prince of Powys; with a new version [by Richard Fenton] of his celebrated poem called the Hirlas, or Drinking horn; and his Circuits through Wales. The Description of Wales, by Giraldus de Barri, in two books. A supplement, giving a short account of ... places omitted by Giraldus. The progress of architecture from the time of William the Conquerer to the sixteenth century. A list of publications relating to Wales.. Hard Cover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$430.35

D. J. Juvenalis et A. Persii Flacci Satyræ. Interpretatione ac notis illustravit L. Prateus.
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D. J. Juvenalis et A. Persii Flacci Satyræ. Interpretatione ac notis illustravit L. Prateus.

By JUVENALIS, Decimus Junius.

London: Tho. Dringo, 1691. Here we have an overall poor copy. Leather binding very rubbed, book commences from the Title page, partially printed in black and red type. Small piece missing from the top edge, affecting all but the "J" in Juvenalis.Thereafter, the block is quite could, ink stain to edges /margin only of the first number of pages, occasional ink note or underline. [ Illustrations to follow. ] pages run from A2 - 64, then pages are numbered 49 - 64. Recommence from 81-414, [ p. 74 index - some worming - dormant to margins only ]; further index p.18. There is no reason that I can see that the block does not flow correctly - it appears that the pages, as often in older books, have incorrectly numbered pages.[ Location : Br1 ]. Hard Cover. Poor. 8vo.

$50.21

Itinerarium Cambriae seu laboriosae Baldvini Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi per Walliam legationis accurata descriptio auctore Silv. Giraldo Cambrense. Cum annotationibis Davidis Poweli.
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Itinerarium Cambriae seu laboriosae Baldvini Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi per Walliam legationis accurata descriptio auctore Silv. Giraldo Cambrense. Cum annotationibis Davidis Poweli.

By Giraldus Cambrensis; Hoare, Richard Colt sir, 2nd bart, ed ; Powell, David 1552-1598, ed ; Balduinus abp. of Canterbury

Londini: Typis Gulielmi Bulmer et Socii, 1806. Hard Cover - Full Leather. Engraved frontispiece, three full page engraved plates, and a large hand-coloured folding map, with a small professionally repaired tear. Excellent. Binding is tight, light extremity rubs, a few surface marks, gilt ruled borders, five double raised bands to spine, gilt titling. Clean throughout, occasional minor offset. Handsome book.[ Location: Display Lothlorien ]. Hardcover. Very Good+. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

$215.18

Hanes y ddaear a'r creaduriaid byw [ 2 Volumes ]
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Hanes y ddaear a'r creaduriaid byw [ 2 Volumes ]

By Goldsmith, Oliver; Cuvier, Georges Baron 1769-1832; Irving, Washington 1783-1859.; Williams, R. E.

Edinburgh: A. Fullarton a'i Gym, 1866. Two Volumes: Preface dated [1866 ] ;- Coloured engraved title-page precedes that followed here. Yn cynnwys cyfeiriadau llyfryddol a mynegai = Includes bibliographical references andindex. Cyfieithiad o = Translation of: A history of the earth and animated nature. Very good condition, rebound in tasteful half leather, 5 compartments, gilt title. Some sporadic foxing, but nice clean and tightly bound examples. Text Welsh. p.508, illustrations in colour as called for; p.523, colour illustrations as called for. Nice set. Contents Cynnwys = Contents: Cyf.1. Bywgraffiad Goldsmith. -- Rhan 1. Hanes y ddaear. -- Rhan 2. Hanes y pedwartroedogion. -- Cyf.2. Rhan 3. Hanes yr adar.-- Rhan 4. Hanes y pysgod. -- Rhan 5. Hanes llyffaint, llysardiaid, a seirph. -- Rhan 6. Hanes trychfilod.. Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$251.04

Y Bibl Sanctaidd, sef, yr Hen Destament a'r Newydd : gyda nodau eglurhaol, a dosparthiadau ar gynnwysiad y pennodau
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Y Bibl Sanctaidd, sef, yr Hen Destament a'r Newydd : gyda nodau eglurhaol, a dosparthiadau ar gynnwysiad y pennodau

By Clark, Samuel 1626-1701.Brown, John 1722-1787. Humphreys, John 1767-1829.

Gwrecsam: Argraffwyd gan J. Painter, tros y cyfieithydd MDCCCXIII , 1813. .... / gan y Parch. Samuel Clark, M.A. ; hefyd, holl nodau cyfeiriol y Parch. John Brown, ar ymyl y ddalen ; gwedi eu cyfieithu i'r Gymraeg, er budd i'r Cymry; allan o'r argraffiad diweddaf yn Saesoneg; gan John Humphreys.[1238] p. ; 43 cm. In Welsh. A solid copy in a full leather binding. Secure if with wear, Corners rubbed etc. Internally secure and tight. More occasional are dustiness, corner creases and page creases. The higher percentage of the pages are very good clean and clear.[ Location : BR1] . Hard Cover. Very Good { See Comments }. Illus. by Painter, John fl. 1795-1813 [printer] . Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

$179.31

Hood's Own; or, Laughter from Year to Year Being Former Runnings of His Comic Vein, with an Effusion of New Blood for General Circulation. ; Hood's Own: Second Series et al [ 2 Matching Volumes ]
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Hood's Own; or, Laughter from Year to Year Being Former Runnings of His Comic Vein, with an Effusion of New Blood for General Circulation. ; Hood's Own: Second Series et al [ 2 Matching Volumes ]

By Hood, Thomas

London: E. Moxon, Son, & Co, 1871. 2 Matching Volumes: Original Green Gilt Dec.Boards, clean and bright copy, is tight, pp: viii, 568, illustrated throughout; Original Green Gilt Dec.Boards, clean copy, front hinge not broken, but very slightly strained, but copy is tight, some foxing, rub to cloth at base of spine. pp: xii, 564, illustrated throughout.Size: [ Location : Br1 ]. Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$28.69

Doctor Syntax's three tours: in search of the picturesque, of consolation, and of a wife / by William Combe. The original edition, complete and unabridged, with the life and adventures of the author, now first written, by John Camden Hotten ;
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Doctor Syntax's three tours: in search of the picturesque, of consolation, and of a wife / by William Combe. The original edition, complete and unabridged, with the life and adventures of the author, now first written, by John Camden Hotten ;

By Combe, William 1742-1823. Hotten, John Camden 1832-1873.,Rowlandson, Thomas 1756-1827.

Piccadilly, London: Chatto & Windus [ undated ] 32pp Adverts to rear dated March 1881. xlviii, 354 p., [80] leaves of plates : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 21 cm. With added engraved t.p. for "The tour of Doctor Syntax , in search of the picturesque, a poem" and "The third tour of Doctor Syntax, in search of a wife, a poem". Printed in double columns. Printer: Billing and Sons, Printers and Electrotypers, Guildford. Is a decenr copy. Front board is pulling a tad but is firm and secure, the "D" to title on spine has gilt loss, else all good { Images to follow }. Hard Cover. Very Good { See Comments }. Illus. by eighty full-page illustrations drawn and coloured after the originals by T. Rowlandson.. 8vo.

$17.21

A Copius Greek Grammar [ 2 Volumes in Original Boards ]
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A Copius Greek Grammar [ 2 Volumes in Original Boards ]

By Matthiae, Augustus [ translated from the German by Edward Valentine Bloomfield.

Cambridge: Printed by J. Smith for John Murray, 1818. This 2 volume set is now uncommon as a First Edition. When found they can be as one Volume. The boards are clean, if one board to the 2nd volume being a bit loose. Nevertheless, the text block is tight and the pages very good, if with sporadic foxing. Boards are tanned to spines, with paper title labels similarly affected. They are rubbed at the extremities. Collation is as follows:- Vol 1 - Bookplate of Thomas Parker to pastedown, with ink inscription of J . Parker, Oswestry Salop to same. p. xlx, 379, figures, Tables, folding plate facing p.242, 2 x folding plates facing260, folding plate facing p.268, folding plate facing p.278, folding plate facing p.286.Vol 2:- 380 - 1013, TITLE - SYNTAX - to include indices, figures to text. [ BR1 ]. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good { See Comments }. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$68.86

The ancient capital of Scotland : the story of Perth from the invasion of Agricola to the passing of the Reform Bill  { Complete in 2 Volumes }
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The ancient capital of Scotland : the story of Perth from the invasion of Agricola to the passing of the Reform Bill { Complete in 2 Volumes }

By Cowan, Samuel 1835-1914.

London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1904. Here we have a better than Good Set. The downside, as so very often with these Volumes, is that the Spines are heavily faded. Else, there is only light rubs to the extremities. Internally, the bindings are tight and secure, all pages present and excellent { images to follow } [ Location: BR1 ]; 2 v. (xiv, 408; vi, 392 p.) : illustrations, including plates., portraits. ; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (v. 1, p. xii) and index.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good. 8vo.

$21.52

The history of the Popes : their church and state, especially of their conflicts with Protestantism in the sixteenth & seventeenth centuries. [ Vol  II ONLY ]
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The history of the Popes : their church and state, especially of their conflicts with Protestantism in the sixteenth & seventeenth centuries. [ Vol II ONLY ]

By Ranke, Leopold (translated By E. Foster )

London: Henry G. Bohn, 1853. Nice copy in isolation or to join up with like copies. This is the 1853 edtion: p. vii, 532, to include index. Tighly bound and a clean copy. [ Location: BR4/3]. Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$14.35

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