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In calling the attention of collectors, librarians, and scholars to
the contents of this Catalogue, it may be stated, that the collection
of books therein described is believed to be the most valuable ever
offered at public sale in Boston, if not in the United States.

The collection embraces the most costly works in many depart-
ments of science, literature and art. It was made during the last
fifty years, without regard to expense ; and comprises the finest
editions that could be obtained during that period, in the range of
topics sought to be illustrated. The books were chiefly selected in
London by one, who, by his knowledge and taste, was fully compe-
tent to judge of their value. Many of the works are not only rich
and costly, but have become exceedingly rare, and hence are much
sought after by book-collectors.

Although the greater portion of the books are in the English
language, yet the Catalogue includes the works of the best foreign
authors, and the finest editions of the Greek and Roman Classics.
Of standard writings, there are in some instances many editions.
The range of subjects, the choice of editions, the artistic value of
the illustrated works, the quality of the bindings, are such as would
\e looked for in the library of a gentleman of ample means, high
culture, and pure literary taste.

Many of the works are in editionB de lux^ There are many
volumes of the choicest engravings, procured when they were first
publbhed, and, of course, the finest impressions. Most of the
engravings are in fine bindings, and in faultless condition, the
volumes having been carefully protected in thick wadded jackets,
or wrappers.

First editions of celebrated authors, some very rare, books on
vellum, etc., will be found scattered through the Catalogue, to
whioh the attention of ooUeotors and lovers of rare books is invited.

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The books are generally in good order, and the bindings are
chiefly in calf, morocco and nissia. The collection has been in
India, and, as a consequence, some of the volumes are slightly
worm-eaten. Few, however, have been injured to such an extent
as to require notice in the Catalogue. It is seldom that so large a
number of serial works, in perfect sets, are found in one collection.

The Catalogue has been prepared by Prof. Joseph William Jenks,
of Boston, and will, it is hoped, be found generally accurate.

The valuable, choice and rare books are so numerous that
it is not deemed necessary to do more than call the attention of
collectors to the Catalogue itself. However, a few leading titles are
presented to show the general character of the collection. Hearne's
and Grose's Antiquities; Book of St. Albans; Palace of Pleasure;
Heliconia ; Mirror for Magistrates ; Hall's and Fabyan's Chroni-
cles; Hakluyt, 5 vols., folio; Purchas, 6 vols., folio; Yetusta
Monumenta, 4 vols., folio; Manuscrits de la Bibliotheque du Roi,
12 vols., 4to ; Dibdin's and Brydges's Bibliographical Works ; Be-
trospective Review, 18 vols. ; Musee des Antiques, 8 vols., folio ;
Murphy's Arabian Antiquities, folio ; Claude's Liber Studiorum ;
Britten's Architectural Works, 6 vols. ; Stuart's Athens, 8 vola.,
folio; Gallerie du Musee de France, 10 vols., 4to; The Florence
Gallery, 4 vols., folio; The Houghton Collection, 2 vols., fojio;
Saracenic and Norman Remains; Monuments of Nineveh ; Museo
Francaise, 4 vols., folio; II Yaticano, 8 vols., folio; II Museo Cle-
mentino, 7 vols., folio; II Museo Chiaramonti, 3 vob., folio; Tresor
de Numismatique, 251 parts ; Journal Asiatique, 66 vola. ; Bio-
graphic Universelle, 84 vols.; Earlj^ English Poetry, and the
Drama; Bagster's fine reprints and Polyglots of the Scriptures/
Pickering's Aldine Poets, reprints and other publications ; Eney-
clopssdias. Lexicons, Dictionariea, and works on Natural History,
Antiquities, etc.

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1. ABBOTT (Jacob). The History of Darius. 16 mo, ^^

cbtL LondoUy n. d.

2. The History of Cyrus. 12mo, chth. -^^

London^ n. d.

3. ABBOTT (Capt. James). The T'hakoorine, a Tale of ^ ^

Maandoo. 16mo, doth. London^ 1841.

4. ABERCROMBIE (John, M.D.). Inquiries concern- J^

ing the Intellectual Powers and the Investigation
of Truth. 13th edition, 12mo, cloih. London^ 1849.

5. The Philosophy of the Moral Feelings. 5th ^^

edition, 16mo, cloth. London, 1839.

6. Another copy* 8th edition, 12mo, cloth. X 6"

London, 1849.

7. ABRAHAM (Rev. C. J., M.A.). Unity of History, ^^

or Outlines pf Lectures on Ancient and Modern
History considered on the Principles of the Church
of England. Large 8vo, cloth. Eton, 1846.

8. ACHILLI (Rev. Giacinto, D.D.). Dealings with the / / >

Inquisition : or, Papal Rome, her Prielsts, and her

Jesuits. With Important Disclosures. 8vo, cloth.

^ London, 1861.

9. ADAM'S Roman Antiquities, hy James Boyd, LL.D. jt/V"^

Roman Antiquities: or, an Account of the Manners
and Customs of the Romans, designed to illustrate
the latin Classics, &c., by Alexander Adam, with
numerous Notes and improved Indices, by J. Boyd.
100 engravings, 8th edition, 12mo, cloth.

London, Dublin, Glasgow, Edinburgh, n. d.

JO. ADAMS (Sarah Flower). Vivia Perpetua: aDra- '^^

matic Poem, in Five Acts. 12mo, boards.

London, 1841.


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y^ S^/ 11. ADDISON (Joseph). The works of the Rt. Hon.
Joseph Addison : a new edition, with Notes. By
Richard Hurd, D.D., Lord Bishop of Worcester.
6 vols., large 8i?o, shzep^ gUi^ portrait Londoriy 1811.

31. 128. Large paper, 51. 8s. Somewhat stained.

/^^ 11.* SirRo^er de Coverly, by " the Spectator."

The Notes and Illustrations by W. Henry Wills,
the Engravings by Thompson. Crown Svo, cloth.

London^ 1860.

15s. Eng. Oat. : 21 s. morocoo.

j^,-^ 12. ADVENTURER^ The. 4 vols., 12mo, russia.

London, 1806, 6, 7.

^7 18. ADVENT DTffiS in the Moon and other Worlds.
8vo, cloth. London, 1836.

.^j-14. ADVENTURES of a Gentleman in Search of a
Horse. By Caveat Emptor, Gent. 4th edition.
12mo. London, 1837.

jy 16. ^SCHYLUS. By Dr. Potter, (being vol. I of
Greek Tragic Theatre). 8vo, calf, gilt

London, 1809.

. py 16.* AFGHANISTAN, Coloured Views in, [with de-

^ scriptive Text, no title page, no imprint : also

Map of the Route of the Army of the Indus, in

1839.] Portfolio (14J in. by 20 in.), chth, half

morocco, in wadded case. n. d.

See Atkinson, James.

^j/ 16. AGRICULTURAL and Horticultural Society of
India, Code of Bye-laws for the; passed March
30th, 1850. Svo, pamphlet. Calcutta, 1850.

* yj' 17. AEKIN (Dr. John). Select Works of the British
Poets. With Biographical and Critical Prefaces.
Large 8vo, half russia. London^ 1820.

y - r 18. Another copy. Large 8vo, calf, gilt.

Londm, 1829.

/ ^A 19. Another copy. A new edition, with a supple-

^ ment by Lucy Aikin. Large 8vo, cloth. *

London, 1846.

<S^.> 20. AIME-MARTIN (L.). De TEducation des mferes de
Families, ou de la Civilisation du Genre Humain
parlesFemmes. 2 vols,, 8 vo, ca(^, ^'ft. Paris, 1834.^

-^- 21. AINSWORTH (William F.). Travels in the Track
of the Ten Thousand Greeks; being a Geographi-

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cal and Descriptive Account of the Expedition of
Cyrus and of tne Retreat of the Ten Thousand
Greeks, as related by Xenophon. 8vo, cloth.

London^ 1844. . .^

22. AIUS WORTH (William Harrison). Ballads: t^^
Romantic, Fantastical, and Humorous. Illustrated

by John Gilbert. 16mo, doth. London^ 1865. ^ .

28. AINSWORTH'S (Robert) Latin Dictionary. The- ^ /
saurus Linguae Latinse. Reprinted from the
folio edition of 1762. With numerous Additions,
Emendations, and Improvements. By the Rev. B.
W. Beatson, A. M. Revised and Corrected by Wm.
Ellis, Esq., M. A. Royal 8vo, cto^A. LondoUy 1880. / y>

24. AKERMAN (John Tonge). A Numismatic Manual ;
or Guide to the Study of Greek, Roman, and Eng-
lish Coins, vnth Plates from the Originals. 16mo,
cloth. Londdij 1832.

26. A Numismatic Manual. Large 8vo, cloth. ^.3 y

• London, 1840.

26. Coins of the Romans relating to Britain, de- / ^ 'f

scribed and illustrated. 12mo, cloth. London, 1886.

2T AKHLAK-I MUHSINl. The Morals of the Benefi- / >' ^
cent, by Husain Vaiz Kashifi. Printed for the Use
of the East India College. Large 8vo, boards.

Hertford, 1850.

In PerBian.

** This is a treatise on Morality, addressed to kings. It is divi-
ded into 40 sections, under each of which the author sets forth a
precept, supported bj examples, anecdotes, and citations from
the Koran, traditions of the Prophet, and ftrom the best poets. In
it are found noble sentiments, ingenious thoughts, profound re-
flections expressed with eloquent simplicity. The author passes
for the Persian Montaigne and La Bruj^re.*' — Brunei.

28. ALBERI (Eugenio). Relazioni degli Ambasciatori, -^ ^'^

Veneti al Senato, raccolte, annotate, ed edite da E.
Alb^ri, a spese di una societA. 6 vols., larg^ 8vo,
calf gilt Florence, 1839-44.

Alb^i's historical works, says Vapereau, **lui assignent un
rang tres-distingu^ dans son pays/'-T-Vapereau, Dictionnaire det

29. ALBERTI(rAbb6 Francois d\deVilleneuve). Grand - '^ "^

Dictionnaire Francais-Italien, compost sur les Diet,
de TAcad^mie, et de la Crusca, enrichi des Termes
Tecniques. xxx Edition, augment6e &c., par TAbb^
Joseph Anselmi. (Vocabulaire Geographique,

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Sjnonymes, Homonymes). 2 vols., 4to. half russia,
gilt. (Vol. n is entitled Grande Dizionario Italiano
Francese). Bassano^ 1881.

«* Dictionnaire excellent." — Brunet,

^^ 30. ALFEERI (Charles). Conversazioni Italiane e Fran-
cesi ad XJso delle Fanciulle Injcrlesi e delle Case.di
Educazione. Conversations Italiennes et Fran-
gaises k Tusage des jeunes Demoiselles Anglaises,
etc. 18mo, cloih. London^ 1840.

f^y 81. ALFIEBI (Vittorio). Tragedie di Florence. 2 vols.,
18mo, calf, gilt. 1821.


82. Vita di Vittorio Alfieri da Asti, scritta da esso.

12mo, half calf London, 1807.

^^^ 38. ALFORD (Henry, M.A.). Chapters on the Poets of
Ancient Greece. 8vo, cloth. London, 1841.

This is bound as toI. 1 of Chapters on Poetry and Poets — Greece,
but is complete in itself.

^ y-^ 88*. ALHAMBRA *(The) Sketches and Drawings of,
made during a Residence in Granada during the
years 1838-4. By F. C. Lewis. Drawn on Stone
by Harding, Lane, Gauci, and J. F. Lewis. Im-
perial fol. (15 inches by 22), half morocco, cloth, in
wadded case. Lcfiidon, n. d.

*< 26 lintedLithographSf 41. 48. ; or coloured and mounted like
drawings, 101. 10s." — Lowndet,

(^ ' ;/' 38.t Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the Alham-

/ bra, with the Elaborate Details of this Beautiful

Specimen of Moorish Architecture, from Drawings
taken on the spot in the year 1884, by the late M.
i Jules Goury and Owen Jones, (Architects). Num-

bers 1, 2, and 3. Sheets 23 inches by 27 inches,
paper, in loadded case. fjondan, 1886.

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88.J ■ Plans, Elevations, Sections, and Details of the

Alhambra. From Drawings taken on the Spot in
1884 by the late M. Jules Goury, and in 1834 and
1837, by Owen Jones, Architect. "With a complete
Translation of the Arabic Inscriptions, and an His-
torical Notice of the Kings of Granada, from the
Conquest of that City by the Arabs, till the Expul-
sion of the Moors ; by Mr. Pasqual de Gayangos.
Vol. 1. Published by Owen Jones, London^ 1842.

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Bheets 23 inches hy 27 inches, with paper covers num-
bered ** No. 10," comprising seven large plates, 20
pages text, many vrood cuts, descriptions of plates.
"2 vols , fol. half-bound, 1848, Longman, 241.'*— ZiotwiiM.

84. ALISON (Archibald, LL.B., F.R.S.). Essays on the

Nature and Principles of Taste. 6th edition, 2 vols.,
8yo, m(/*, gilt Edinburgh^ 1825.

85. ALISON (Archibald, F.R.S.E.). French Revolution. ^-^^ yJ'

History of Europe from the Commencement of the
French Revolution in 1789 to the Restoration of
the Bourbons in 1815. 6th edition, 10 vols., 8vo,
cloth. Edinburgh and London^ 1844.

86. — ; — History of Europe from the Fall of Napoleon ^ / '^ '^

in 1815 to the Accession of Louis Napoleon in
1852. 6 vols., 8vo, cloi\ with Epitome of the same
and Atlas, by A. K. Johnston. 1 vol., 4to, doth.

London^ 1852.

87. History of Europe, 1789 to 1815, Epitome of. / y - ^

For Schools and Tounff Persons. 2d edition, 8vo,

cloth. Edinburgh and London^ 1848.

87.* ALLASON (Thomas). Picturesque Views of the ^^ ^^""^

Antiquities of Pola, in Istria. By* T. Allason

^ (architect). Plates engraved by w. B. and G.

Cooke, H. Moses, and Cosmo Armstrong, Foly half

morocco, gilt. JboTuiony 1819.

** Printed in super royal fol., pp. 67, with 10 plates and 4
yignettes, 21. 2s ; imperial fol., corresponding in size with Stuart's
Athens, with proof plates on French paper, 81 ; India paper,
proofs, 81. 10s.*' — Lowndes.

88. AMARI (Michele). Solwan ; or Waters of Comfort. y ^J

By Ibn Zafer, a Sicilian Arab of the 12th century.
From the original manuscript, and rendered in '
English by the Translator of "the Sicilian Ves-
pers." 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. London, 1852.

89. AMEY (Henriette). Cours El^mentaire de Litt6ra- ^. t? <j

tare Franfaise, depuisson originejusqu'Anos jours.
2 vols, large 8vo, calf gSi. London, 1831.

40. AMOS (Andrew, Esq.). The Great Oyer of Poison- y </"^
in§: The Trial of the Earl of Somerset for the
poisoning of Sir Thomas Overbury, in the Tower
of London, and various matters connected there-
•with, from contemporary Manuscripts. Large 8vo,
cloth. London, 1846.

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<i 7 41. AMULET, The. A Christian and Literary Remem-
brancer. Edited by S. C. Hall. 18mo, morocco.

London^ 1883.

, 42. ANCIENT British Drama. 8 vols., royal 8vo, russia,

^ '^^ gUi. ' London, 1810.

^ i/ 43. ANCILLON" (Frederic). Essais Philosophiques, ou
Nouveaux Melanges de Litt6rature et de Philo-
sophie. 2 vols., 8vo, calf, gili.

Paris and Geneva^ 1817.

^^ 44. Melanges de Politique et de Philosophie Morale.

^ 8vo, calf, gut. Paris^ 1801.

f ^ 45. Nouveaux Essais de Politique et de Philosophie.

2 vols., 8vo, coif, gilt Paris and Berlm, 1824.

y j^ 46. ANDALUSIA. A Summer in Andalusia. 2 vols.,
8vo, cloth. Londm, 1889.

yy^ 47. ANDERSON (Philip, A.M., Chaplain, etc.). The
English in western India; being the Early History
of Sie Factory at Surat, of Bombay, and the Subor-
dinate Factories of the Western Coast. From
Authentic Works and Original Documents. Large
8vo, chth. Bombay, 1854.

^ ^ :^ 48. ANDREWS (E, A., LL.D.). A Copious and Cr?iJcal
^ Latin-English Lexicon, founded on the Larger

Latin-German Lexicon of Dr. Williftm Freund:
with Additions and Corrections from the Lexicons
of Gesner, Facciolati, Scheller, Georges, etc. Royal
8vo, half russia. Londcn and S^ew York, 1861.

^/ ^///^ 49. ANDRE WS (James Petitt). History of Great Britain

^ - ,* from the Death of Henry Vill. to the Ascension of

James VI. of Scotland to the Crown of England.
Being a Continuation of Dr. Henry's History of
Great Britain, and written on the same plan. 8d
edition, 2 vols., 8vo, calf and sheep. London, 1806.

See Henry, Robert, DD.

/-/ 60. ANDREWS (Stephen Pearl). Discoveries in Chi-

" / ^ nese, or the Symbolism of Primitive Characters of

the Chinese System of Writing, as a Contribution to

Philology and Ethnology, and a Practical Aid in the

Acquisition of the Chinese Language. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1854.

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50.* ANGA8 (Geoige French). The New Zealandere >^/ ^>
Illustrated. PoliOj half russia. London, 1847.

" 101. 108."— Loumdes,

60.t South Australia Illustrated. FoUo, {1^ inches > / ^>

by 21 J) half russia. LondoTiy 1847.

"101. \0s,"^ Lowndet.

51. ANGLO-INDIAN Domestic Sketch (An). A letter ^ ./>^

from an Artist in India to his Mother m England.
Large 8vo, cloth. CkdcuMay 1849.

52. ANSTED (David Thomas, M. A., F.R.S.). Geology, ,:/ ^'^'

Introductory, Descriptive, Practical. 2 vols., large
8vo, chih. Londonj 18^5.

58. The Geologist's Text-Book. Chiefly intended -^/^

f . as a Book of Reference for the Geolorical Student
16mo, cloih Liondon, 1845.

54. The Ancient World ; or Picturesque Sketches / '^

of Creation. Post 8vo, eloth. lAmdorty 1847.

55. An Elementary Course of Geology, Mineralogy, ^ ^/

and Physical Geography. Post 8vo, cloth.

LoTidoHy 1850.

56. ANSTER (John, LL.D.). Faustus, a Dramatic Mys- / Vc/'

tery ; The Bride of Corinth ; The First Walpurgis
- Night Translated from the German of Goethe,
and illustrated with Notes. 8vo, calf gilt.

Lordon, 1885.

57. ANTHOLOGIE (Prosaische) der Deutschen. 12mo, ^ ^r

calf gilt. London, 1821. ,

58. ANTIQUARIAN and Topographical Cabinet, con- J^ yJ^

taining a series of Elegant Views of the most
interesting Objects of Curiosity in Great Britain,
accompanied with letter-press Descriptions. 10 *

vols., 8vo, morocco. London, 1807-11.

59. ANTIQUARIAN Repertory (The). A Miscellaneous Cy .f//

Assemblage of Topography, History, Biography, ^
Customs, and ManAers. By Francis Grose, Thomas
Astle. 288 plates. A new edition. 4 vols., 4to,
calf gUt. London, 1809.

60. ANTIQUITES Mexicaines. Notarament celles de ^ ^^^^

Mitla et de Palenque. Trois exped. du Cap.
Dupaix enl805-7. Dessins de Castaneda. Carte.
Parallele de ces monuments avec ceuxde I'Egypte,
de rindostan, etc., par A Lenoir. Dissertation sur

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rOrigine, etc., par M. Warden; Discoura PreKin,
par U. Farcy. Notes explicatives, et autres Docu-
ments par Barad^re, De St. Priest, et Autres Voya-
geurs. Loose sheets, folio (14 in<ihes by 22 inches)
in 8 loose paper covers. Paris^ 1834.

'* 167 plancoes lithograph." — Brunei,

** Cette ouyrage a paru en 18 liyraisons, la derniere oomptant
pour deux. Le prix de chaque IWraison ^tait de 40 fr.'* — Brunei,
" 108 fr.*' afterwards for the 18 lir. in 2 vols. gr. in fol. (?)

/ ^^ 60.* ANTIQUITIES, ENGLISH. A Collection of Curi-
ous Discourses written by Eminent Antiquaries upon
several heads in our English Antiquities. Thomas
Hearne's Preface and Appendix to the former
edition. 8vo, 2 vols., calf^ gilt. LondoUy. 1775.

. ^ .-^ 61. ANTIQUITIES of Great Britain, Vol. 1, puH.
by T. Hearne and W. Byrne. Oblong 4to, French
and English Text, morocco, gilt. Ijondm, 1786.

yr^ 62. ANTONINI (Annibale). Dizionario Italiano, Latino
e Francese. Nuova edizione, rividuta, etc. 2 vols,
bound in one, 4to, half sheep. Lyons, 1770.

.^/> 63. ANVARI SUHAYLI; or Lights of Canopus, being
the Persian Version of the Tables of Bidpai, by
Husain Vaiz Kashifi. Edited by J. W. Ouseley.
4to, half calf. Hertford, 1861.

** Edition estim^e et qui est actaellement ^pais6e : 80 ^ 86 fr."

^^,/'64. APOCRYPHAL New Testament (The). Being all
the Gospels, Epistles, and other Pieces now extant,
attributed, in the First Four Centuries, to Jesus
Christ, his Apostles, and their Companions, and
not included, in the New Testament, by its Compi-
lers. Translated and now first collected, etc. 8vo,
halfrussia, London^ 1821.

r *^y^y 64.* APSLEY House, and Walmar Castle. 10 folio

^ plates, with 7 pp. text, in Portfolio of cloth with

morocco back. n. d.

^ ^, ^^j- 65. ARCH-^OLOGIA, or Miscellaneous Tracts relating
/ ^ to Antiquity. Published by the Society of An-

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