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* The map in this volume appears to be unique. Apparently
it is a contemporary second issue, printed on .different paper
than the first, for which new lines (rivers, lakes, etc.) were
engraved on the original plate. This issue is not noted by
Chas. L. Nichols, the bibliographer of Worcester, or by other
authorities consulted.

.1078. WHITMAN (WALT). Leaves of Grass. Portrait.
16mo, cloth (name on title). Brooklyn, N. Y. 1856

* The scarce Second Edition, with many new poems.

1079. WHITMAN (WALT). Leaves of Grass. Portrait.
Thick 12mo, cloth. Bost. 1860-61

1080. WHITMAN (WALT). Specimen Days and Collect.
Extra-illustrated with a few woodcut portraits. FIRST EDI-
TION. 12mo, cloth. Phila. 1882-83

* PRESENTATION COPT FROM THE AUTHOR WITH INSCRIPTION :
"From the Author, Walt Whitman, with best wishes, Jan. 4,
1889."

1081. WHITMAN (WALT). A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to, Wash-
ington, Nov. 18, 1866, to Bayard Taylor. With 3 portraits.
All inlaid. 4 pieces.

* Fine letter expressing his desire to see Taylor at a lecture
and making an appointment at the Treasury Depart mont.
"Four book also came safely. I accept it, as a kind and
valuable gift and heartily thank you. Permit me to send
you, in return, a copy of the new edition of Leaves of Grass."

135



1082. WHITMAN (WALT). ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH MAN-
USCRIPT OF ''MANNAHATTA" as published in Leaves of Grass.
5 pp. 8vo, showing numerous corrections and alterations.
Mounted in 4to mat.

* An unusually fine and clean example of Whitman '$ manu-
script.

1083. WHITTIER (JOHN G.). Legends of New England.
12mo, red crushed levant morocco, gilt back and inside bor-
ders, gilt top, uncut (slight marginal repairs of pp. 83-91 and
139). Hartford, 1831

* The BARE FIRST EDITION of Whittier 's first volume of
Poems; with the exception of "Metacom, " none of these has
been reprinted. WITH AN A. L. S. OF THE AUTHOR to Osgood
the publisher, inserted. 1 page, 12mo, Nov. 21, 1880.

From the Mynderse collection, with the bookplate.

1084. WHITTIER (JOHN G.). AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT
OF "WHAT THE BIRDS SAID/' 3 pp. 8vo. With a note at the
end signed with initials: "1 hope thee will like this little
piece as much as I do. There is nothing great in it, but it
pleases me, I scarce know why." Inlaid. Published. 1864

1085. WHITTIER (JOHN G.). A. L. S. 1 page, 8vo, n. p.,
n. d. [1865], to Dr. Alexander M. Ross, the Canadian Natu-
ralist and confidential correspondent of Lincoln, in Canada.
With 2 portraits. All inlaid to 4to. 3 pieces.

* ' ' The tears which 'both nations are shedding over the grave
of our beloved President are washing out all bitter memories
of misconception and estrangement "between them."

1086. WILCOX (CADMUS M.). History of the Mexican
War. Edited by Mary Rachel Wilcox. Portraits, maps and
other illustrations. Thick 8vo, cloth. Wash. 1892

1087. WILKINSON (JAMES). Memoirs of My Own
Times. 3 vols. 8vo, and 4to Atlas containing 19 maps. 4 vols.
Phila. 1816. Memoirs, Vol. II, with the second title "Burr's
Conspiracy Exposed and General Wilkinson Vindicated
against the Slanders of his Enemies on that Important Occa-
sion, Washington City, Printed for the author, 1811." 8vo,
original boards, uncut. Proofs of the Corruption of Gen.
James Wilkinson, and of his Connexion with Aaron Burr.
By Daniel Clark. 8vo. Phila. 1809. Together 6 vols. 8vo and
4to, half calf and original boards. Phila. & Wash. 1809-16

* VERY FINE SET. Scarce. But few copies are known of the
"Burr's Conspiracy." EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of
a portrait and 3 A. L. S. comprising 2 from Gen. Wilkinson,
one without date, the other of 3 pp. 4to, to Gen. Smith, July 24,
1803, in which he outlines the correct method of capturing New
Orleans, and expresses his intentions of becoming its Gover-
nor. An A. L. S. from Daniel Clark to Commodore Porter con-
cerning some lots, New Orleans, Aug. 23, 1809, 1 page, 4to.

1088. WILLETT (WILLIAM M.). A Narrative of the
Military Actions of Col. Marinus Willett, taken chiefly from
his own manuscripts. Portrait. 8vo, original half cloth, un-
cut. N. Y. 1831

136



1089. [WILLIAMSON (CHARLES).] Description of the
Settlement of the Genesee Country, in the State of New York.
In a Series of Letters from a Gentleman to his Friend. Map.
8vo, half morocco (stained throughout), gilt top, uncut.

N. Y. 1799

* Second edition, the first having been published at Albany
the previous year. The two vary in important particulars.

1090. WILLIS (NATHANIEL P.). A. L. S. 1 page 4to,
Idlewild, Oct. 10, 1854, to Fields the publisher, asking him to
get a paragraph inserted in the Transcript. With 2 portraits.
All inlaid.

1091. WILSON (FRANCIS). Recollections of a Player.
Portraits and facsimiles. Royal 8vo, boards, uncut (part
of back torn off). N. Y. 1897

* Only 120 copies printed on handmade paper. Laid in is an
A. L. S. of the Author to Mrs. Charles Dudley Warner, in
which he says: "Both you and Mr. Warner will like Mrs.
Wilson, who helps many a worthy person to put up with her
husband." With addressed envelope.

1092. WILSON (JAMES GRANT). Bryant and His
Friends: some Reminiscences of the Knickerbocker Writers.
Portraits and facsimiles. 12mo, half morocco, gilt, gilt top,
uncut. N. Y. 1886

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 60 additional por-
traits and views.

1093. WILSON (JAMES GRANT). The Memorial History
of the City of New York, from its First Settlement to the
Year 1892. Numerous illustrations. 4 vols. royal 8vo, half
leather, gilt tops. N. Y. 1892-93

1094. WILSON (JAMES GRANT, Editor). The Presi-
dents of the United States, 1789-1902. By John Fiske, Carl
Schurz, Robert C. Winthrop, George T. Curtis, George Ban-
croft, and others. Numerous illustrations. One vol. extended
to 3, 8vo, half blue levant morocco, gilt tops, uncut, by Brad-
street's. N. Y. [1905]

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED BY THE INSERTION of over 250 por-
traits, views, battle scenes, etc., and over 250 autograph letters,
documents, signatures, etc.

The material includes autograph letters signed from George
Clinton, first Governor of New York, Wash. 1810, with franked
envelope; Commodore Truxton, 1819; Gen. Dearborn, 1802,
James Parton, author; Henry Clay, a letter of recommendation,
1825; James Monroe, Dec. 13, 1830; William Wirt; James
Schouler; Wm. L. Marey, Gov. of N. Y. ; John Quincy Adams,
1825, to his brother; another by J. Q. Adams, 1825; Jonathan
Russell, diplomat; Edward A. Freeman, historian; Thomas H.
Benton; Samuel Ingraham; John G. Whittier, 1817; Martin
Van Buren, 1823; Gen. Morgan Lewis; Abraham Van Vechten,
jurist; Benj. F. Butler to Aaron Burr; David Wilmot; Am-
brose Spencer, jurist; Theodore Frelinghuysen ; W. F. Mangum,
senator; E. Cowen, jurist; Edward M. Shepard, author; Gen.
Alexander Macomb; James K. Paulding; Francis Granger;
John Tyler; Rufus Choate; John M. Botts; Henry Clay; Gen.

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Henry Atkinson; Millard Fillmore; Silas Wright, 1846; W. A.
Graham; Edward Everett; Winfield Scott; Commodore Mat-
thew C. Perry; John Y. Mason; Thurlow Weed; John A. Dix;
Wm. H. Seward; John Bell; Simon Cameron; Montgomery
Blair; Wm. P. Fessenden; J. P. Usher; Gen. F.-J. Porter;
James M. Mason; Wm. Dean Howells; Salmon P. Chase;
Isham G. Harris, Confederate Gov. of Tennessee; U. S. Grant
to George Bancroft, 1866, 2 pp.; Gen. N. P. Banks; Horatio
Seymour; Senator Eoscoe Conkling; Eutherford B. Hayes (2);
Louis Agassiz; Schuyler Coif ax; Admiral Schley; Grover Cleve-
land; Thomas A. Hendricks, Vice-President ; Wm. McKinley;
Gen. Woodford. Documents and letters signed by George
WASHINGTON, 1787, Wm. Maclay, John Jay, Alexander Hamil-
ton, Chas. Wilson Peale, James Penniman, John Adams, Fran-
cis Lightfoot Lee, Aaron Burr, Gideon Granger, James Madi-
son, Timothy Pickering, John C. Calhoun, Andrew Jackson,
Louis McLane, Lewis Cass, Edwin M. Stanton, James A. Gar-
field, Chester A. Arthur, Benjamin Harrison, Wm. McKinley,
and Theodore Eoosevelt. In addition are signatures of ABRA-
HAM LINCOLN, Geo. Bancroft, Thomas Jefferson, DeWitt Clinton,
D. G. Farragut, Wm. Cullen Bryant, J. Fenimore Cooper, H. W.
Longfellow, John Tyler, James K. Polk, Zachary Taylor, Mil-
lard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, Jefferson Davis, Stephen A.
Douglas, Gideon Welles, Caleb B. Smith, Joseph Hooker, P. H.
Sheridan, Andrew Johnson, U. S. Grant, Wm. T. Sherman,
Chester A. Arthur, etc., etc., etc.

1095. WILSON (JAMES GRANT). Thackeray in the
United States; 1852-3, 1855-6. Including a Record of a Va-
riety of Thackerayana. Numerous illustrations. Thick 8vo,
cloth, gilt top. N. Y. 1909

1096. WINFIELD (CHARLES H.). The Block-House by
Bull's Ferry. Including the "Cow Chace" by Major Andre.
With Notes. Portrait, map, illustrations and facsimiles. 4to,
cloth, uncut. N. Y. 1904

* LARGE PAPER. No. 2 of 50 copies printed.

1097. WINDSOR (JUSTIN, Editor) . Narrative and Crit-
ical History of America. Profusely illustrated. 8 vols. im-
perial 8vo, cloth, uncut. Bost. 1889

1098. WINTER (WILLIAM). Life and Art of Joseph
Jefferson. Together with some Account of his Ancestory and
of the Jefferson Family of Actors. Portraits, views and fac-
similes. 8vo, buckram, uncut. N. Y. 1894

* A. L. S. by Jefferson inserted.

^ 1099. WINTER (WILLIAM). A Wreath of Laurel: being
Speeches on Dramatic and Kindred Occasions. FIRST EDITION.
Portraits. 8vo, half crimson levant morocco, gilt top, uncut.

N. Y. : The Dunlap Soc., 1898

* Only 265 copies printed. With A. L. S. of the author in-
serted.

1100. WINTHROP (ROBERT C., JR.). A Memoir of
Robert C. Winthrop. Prepared for the Massachusetts His-
torical Society. Portraits. 8vo, half green levant morocco,
gilt top, uncut. Bost. 1897

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of over 60 portraits
and views, and 18 autograph letters. The autographic material

138



includes 3 A. L. S. from Robert C. Winthrop, 1869, 1880, 1881 ;
A. L. S. from Daniel Webster, 1849; A. L. S. Edward Everett,
1853; A. L. in third person from Charles Sumner; A. L. 8.
James Buchanan, 1853; A. L. S. Lewis Cass, 1857; A. L. S.
Geo. T. Curtis; A. L. S. Geo. B. McClellan, 1869; A. L. S.
George Bancroft, etc., etc.

1101. WIRT (WILLIAM). Sketches of the Life and
Character of Patrick Henry. Portrait. 8vo, sheep (rubbed
and name on title). Phila. 1818

1102. WITTMEYER (REV. ALFRED V.). Registers of
the Births, Marriages and Deaths of the "Eglise Francoise
a la Nouvelle York," 1688-1804; and Historical Documents.
Illustrations. Royal 8vo, half cloth, gilt top. N. Y. 1886

* Collections of the Huguenot Society of America. Vol. 1.
A. L. S. by J. J. Boss, with reference to the Joline ancestry,
laid in.

1103. WOODBERRY (GEORGE B.). Edgar Allan Poe.
[American Men of Letters.] FIRST EDITION. 12mo, half blue
levant morocco, gilt, gilt top, uncut. Bost. 1885

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of an A. N. S. by the
Author, 25 portraits of prominent persons mentioned in the
text, and an original pen drawing of Poe's cottage.

1104. WOOD (M. B.). Laurence and Eleanor Hutton,
Their Books of Association. Portrait, Svo, boards, vellum
back, uncut. N. Y. : Privately printed, 1905

* Presentation copy, with autograph inscription by Eleanor
V. Hutton; and an A. L. S. of Laurence Hutton, 2 pp. 4to, Dec.
25, 1903. To Mr. Joline, concerning the latter 's ' ' Diversions
of a Booklover. " Edition limited to 152 copies.

1105. WOODWARD (B. M.). Bonaparte's Park, and The
Murats. Portrait and view. Svo, half morocco, gilt top,
original wrappers bound in, by Stikeman. Trenton, 1879

1106. WORTH (GORHAM A.). Random Recollections of
Albany, from 1800 to 1808. With notes by the Publisher.
Illustrations. Svo, cloth. Albany, 1866

1107. WRIGHT (HENRICK B.). Historical Sketches of
Plymouth, Luzerne Co., Penna. With 25 pJwtographs. FIRST
EDITION. Svo, cloth. Phila. [1873J

1108. WYETH (JOHN ALLAN). Life of General Nathan
I'x'dford Forrest. Portraits and illustrations. Svo, cloth, gilt
top, uncut. N. Y. 1899

* 3 A. L. S. of the author and one of Gen. N. B. Forrest in-
serted.

1109. WYNKOOP (RICHARD). Schuremans, of New
Jersey. Portraits. With Supplement. [Issued later.] Svo,
cloth. N. Y. 1902-06

1110. WYOMING COUNTY. History of Wyoming Coun-
ty, N. Y., with Illustrations, Biograpical Sketches and Por-
traits of some Pioneers and Prominent Residences. 4to, half
morocco, gilt edges (lightly rubbed). N. Y. 1880

139



1111. YAZOO CLAIMS. Power of Attorney and direc-
tions to John Wereat of Georgia to purchase one of the Yazoo
tracts of land, signed by Joseph Reed. 2 pp. folio, May 19,
1794.

* The grants of the Yazoo tracts by Georgia were revoked by
Congress in 1796, and this led to a litigation which was not set-
tled until 1814.

1112. YELL (ARCHIBALD, Gov. of Arkansas; killed in
the Mexican War) . A. L. S. 3 pp. 4to, Fayetteville, July 10,
1843. To Henry A. Wise, on the approaching presidential
election.

1113. YOUNG (ANDREW W.). History of Chautauqua
County, New York, from its First Settlement to the Present
Time; with numerous Biographical and Family Sketches.
Portraits and views. 8vo, half morocco (rubbed).

Buffalo, 1875

1114. ZENGER (JOHN PETER). John Peter Zenger,
His Press, His Trial and a Bibliography of Zenger Imprints
by Livingston Rutherford. With a Reprint of the First Edi-
tion of the Trial. Numerous portraits and facsimiles. Royal
8vo, cloth, uncut. N. Y. 1904

* One of 325 copies.



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BOOKS.

Airy's Charles II, with extra portraits and a document signed by
Charles I;

Sketch of the Career of W. E. Burton, extra-illustrated with portraits
and autograph material;

Poe's Poetical Works, with presentation inscription by Robert Brown-
ing;

Byron's English Bards and Scotch Eeviewers; Large Paper copy,
extra-illustrated with 172 fine plates;

Memoirs of John Bannister, extra-illustrated with plates, play-bills,
and autographs;

Presentation copies of books from Thomas and Jane Carlyle;

Cunningham's Nell Gwyn, with document signed by her inserted;

Sketch of the career of Charlotte Cushman; Large Paper copy, with
numerous portraits and autograph letters inserted;

Presentation copy of Cruikshank's Glass and New Crystal Palace;

Campbell's Pleasures of Hope, presentation copy to his sister;

Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass ; First Edition with A. L. S. of
the author;

Davenant's Works, the first folio edition, 1673;

Dibdin's Bibliomania on Large Paper, with 2 A. L. S. by the author
inserted ;

Dryden's Works of Virgil, First Edition;

Dobson's Eighteenth Century Vignettes, with 92 additional portraits
and some autographs;

Dobson's Horace Walpole, with 94 additional plates;

Fitzgerald's Life and Times of William IV, extended to 3 vols. by
the insertion of 113 plates and 88 autographs;

Fitzgerald's Account of the Kemble Family, extra-illustrated with 69
portraits and 24 letters by famous actors;

Gosse's Gossip in a Library; Large Paper copy, with a page of the
author's MS. inserted;

A large collection of the Grolier Club publications, including most of
the scarcest items;

Granville's Autobiography, extra-illustrated with 206 portraits;

Victor Hugo 's Actes et Paroles, presentation copy from the author to
Jules Simon;

William Cowper's copy of the Life of John Milton, with his signature;

Ireland's Book-Lover's Enchiridion, extra-illustrated and extended to
2 vols.;

Jesse's London, extended to 6 vols. by the insertion of 350 additional
plates ;



Jesse's George the Third, extra-illustrated with 113 portraits and
plates ;

Boswell's Life of Johnson, extended to 3 vols. by the insertion of 350
additional plates;

Kelmscott Press publications;

Lander's Works, presentation copy from the author to the Countess of
Blessington ;

Marryat's Works, with pages of the author's MS. inserted;

Macready's Reminiscences, extended to 4 vols. by the insertion of 365
portraits, views, play -bills, etc.;

Rogers 's Recollections and Table Talk, with 88 portraits and A. L. S.
of Rogers inserted;

Diary of Henry Crabb Robinson, extended by the insertion of 270
portraits ;

Theodore Hook's copy of Shakespeare, with drawings and notes;

Jonathan Swift's copy of Sallust, with his signature on title-page;

Thackeray's Virginians, with a page of the original MS.;

Macready's copy of Talfourd's Ion, with presentation inscription and
sonnets in MS. ;

Wilde's Salome, with 4 pp. A. L. S. by the author inserted;

Wheatley's Round about Piccadilly, extra-illustrated with 128 plates;

Fourth edition of Walton's Angler;

Wordsworth's copy of Select Specimens of English Poetry, with his
autograph on title-page.

LETTERS AND DOCUMENTS.

Duchesse d'Abrantes (Madame Junot), Anne of Austria, Richard H.
Barham, Comtesse du Barry, Due and Duchesse de Berry, General Ber-
trand and most of the other Generals who fought under Napoleon, Bis-
marck, Simon Bolivar, General Bliicher, Marie Amelie de Bourbon, Louis
II de Bourbon, Edmund Burke,

Carlyle, Catherine de Medieis, Camillo di Cavour, Charles X to XV of
Sweden, Charles VI to X of France, Earl of Chesterfield, Pope Clement
VII and many other prelates, George Cruikshank, Charles Darwin, De
Quincey, Charles Dickens, Benjamin Disraeli,

Francis I and II of France, Joseph Fouche, Charles James Fox, Gari-
baldi, David Garrick, Goethe, Marshal Grouchy, Gustavus Vasa, Gustavus
Adolphus, Thomas Hardy, Heinrich Heine, Henry II, III, and IV of
France, Alexander Humboldt, Ibsen, Marshal Junot, Louis Kossuth,
Edmund Kean,

Count Las Cases, Longfellow, Louis II to XVIII of France, Catharine
de Lorraine, Lord Lytton, Lord Macaulay, Maurice Maeterlinck, Baron
Marbot, Madame de Maintenon, Marie de Medieis, Marie Antoinette,
Marguerite de Navarre, Mazzini, Prince Metternich, General von Moltke,

Charles d 'Orleans, Sir Robert Peel, William Pitt, Marquise de Pompa-
dour, Jean Paul Riehter, Schiller, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Southey,.
Talleyrand, Tolstoi, Turguenieff, Wellington,

And many other valuable books, extra-illustrated volumes,
fine bindings, and autograph letters and documents of the
highest interest to discriminating Collectors.



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1. ABBREGE de L'Histoire Francoise, avec les Effigies des
Roys, depuis Pharamond jusques au Roy Henry IIII, a pres-
ent regnant, tirees des plus rares & excellents Cabinets de la
France. Par H. C. Reveue & augmentee de nouveau. 62 por-
traits of the Kings of France within ornamental woodcut
borders, that of Henry IV being engraved on copper. Folio,
half olive morocco, by David. Paris : par Jean le Clerc, 1599

* Fine copy of this scarce work.

2. A'BECKETT (GILBERT A.). The Comic History of
England. 20 coloured etchings, and 200 woodcuts by John
Leech. 2 vols. in 1, 8vo, half green morocco, gilt edges.

Lond. : Bradbury, Agnew & Co., n. d.

3. A'BECKETT (GILBERT A.). The Comic History of
Rome. 10 coloured etchings, and numerous woodcuts by John
Leech. 8vo, half green morocco, gilt edges.

Lond. : Bradbury, Agnew & Co., n. d.

4. ABINGTON (MRS.). The Life of Mrs. Abington. Por-
trait. 4to, half calf, gilt top, uncut. Lond. 1888

* Large Paper Copy. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion
of 22 portraits (one colored), a colored caricature, "Scrub,"
and 3 playbills of the Covent Garden Theatre.

5. ABRANTES (LAURE JUNOT, DUCIIESSE D', wife
of Marshal Junot, author of the Memoires, etc.). A. L. S. to
N'l'pomucene Lemercier of the French Academy, recommend-
ing a certain Bonneau, author of a grammar, etc. 2 pp. 8vo.
n. d. With portrait. 2 pieces (inlaid).



6. AERIAL (ANDRE JOSEPH, COUNT D', minister of
Justice in the first French Republic, took part in the re-
daction of the Civil Law. 1750-1828). Official L. S. to the
Prefect of the Department of Finistere. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 16
Fructidor, Year X.

7. ADAMS (OSCAR FAY). A Dictionary of American
Authors. 8vo, cloth. Bost. 1897

8. ADAMS (WILLIAM D). "With Poet and Player:
Essays on Literature and the Stage. 16mo, half green polished
morocco, gilt top, uncut. Lond. 1891

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 50 portraits and
plates.

9. ADDISON (JOSEPH). Miscellaneous Works in Verse
and Prose of the Late Right Honourable Joseph Addison,
Esq. Cuts. 3 vols. 12mo, calf (worn). Lond. 1726

10. ADDISON (JOSEPH). The Works of the Right
Honourable Joseph Addison, with Notes by Richard Hurd.
Portrait. 6 vols. 12mo, half polished calf, gilt, gilt tops, by
Tout (slightly rubbed). Lond. 1885

11. ADMINISTRATION OF FRANCIS LOVELACE,
1668-1673 (Paltsits, editor), 2 vols. N. Y. 1910; Lucius Q. C.
Lamar: his Life, Times, and Speeches (Mayes), Nashville,
1896 ; Lectures on Science, Philosophy and Art. N. Y. 1908 ;
and others. Together 7 vols., various sizes and bindings.

12. ADOLPHUS FREDERICK, King of Sweden (1710-
71). Official L. S. in Swedish to Baron Wolmar Reinhold
Staxelberg. iy 2 p. folio, with wax seal. Stockholm, Dec. 30,
1751. Also fine engraved contemporary portrait by Haas.
2 pieces, both inlaid.

13. ADOLPHUS (JOHN). The British Cabinet; contain-
ing Portraits of Illustrious Personages, engraved from Origi-
nal Pictures: with Biographical Memoirs. 50 portraits en-
graved by E. Harding and others. 2 vols. in one, small folio,
half russia (cracked and few margins slightly foxed).

* LARGE PAPER COPY. Lond : Bensley, 1799-1800

14. ADOLPHUS (JOHN). The History of England, from
the Accession to the decease of King George the Third. Vols.
1 to 7 inclusive. 7 vols. 8vo, cloth. Lond. 1840-45

15. AIKIN (LUCY). Memoirs of the Court of Queen
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