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initials. 3 pp. 12mo. [April 22, 1836.] Inlaid.

* To John Macrone, in regard to the publishing of ' ' Eook-
wood." A fine letter.

17. AINSWORTH (W.HARRISON). A. L. S., 4 pp. 12mo.
May 18, 1839 (inlaid).

* Not addressed; reading in part: "The articles to which
you refer, and which were handed to me "by Mr. Dickens, are in
Mr. Bentley's possession," etc.

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18. AINSWORTH (W. HARRISON). A. L. S., 4 pp.
12mo. June 22, 1842 (inlaid).

* To Oilier, the publisher, about ' ' Guy Fawkes ' ' and men-
tioning Cruikshank, Leech, Barham, and Bentley. A fine
letter.

19. AINSWORTH (W. HARRISON). A. L. S., 4 pp.
12mo. Lond. September 21, 1844 (inlaid).

* Not addressed ; reading in part : ' ' Sir John Cliverton was
published in 1886. It had some success, and was fortunate
enough to attract Sir Walter Scott's attention," etc. Men-
tions a visit of a few days with Mr. James.

20. AINSWORTH (W. HARRISON). A. L. S., 3 pp. 12mo.
Reigate, February 24, 1880 (inlaid).

* To Charles Kent, mainly about Father Prout and his works,
and reading: "/ always regret the misunderstanding that
occurred between myself and Mahoney . . . and now only
dwell upon the agreeable parts of his character. He was an
admirable scholar, a wit, a charming poet, and generally not
always a very genial companion," etc.

21. AINSWORTH (W. HARRISON). A. N. S., 1 p. 18mo.
Kensal Lodge, Friday, n. y. To Charles Dickens, regarding
a dinner engagement, and mentioning Forster. With ad-
dressed envelope; both inlaid on one sheet.

22. AINSWORTH (W. HARRISON). A. L. S., 2 pp.
12mo. Kensal Lodge, Friday, n. y. (Inlaid.)

* To Macrone, the publisher, reading in part : " I am very
much surprised that I have not yet received the agreement
for the two editions of Crichton ... 7 conclude you have writ-
ten to Thaclceray and forwarded him the sheets of Vol. 3."

23. AINSWORTH (W. HARRISON). Page of the origi-
nal manuscript of "Jack Sheppard." 1 page, 4to, marked at
the top (45). Entirely in the handwriting of the author, and
with his corrections.

24. AINSWORTH (WILLIAM H.). Stanley Brereton.
FIRST EDITION. 3 vols. small 8vo, cloth, uncut (shaken).

Lond., n. d.

25. AINSWORTH (WILLIAM HARRISON). Ballads,
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Combat of the Thirty. Illustrated by Sir John Gilbert. 12mo,
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* Presentation copy from the author with an A. L. S. pre-
senting it.

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Browne, and others. 16 vols. 8vo, new tree-calf, gilt backs and
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30. ALISON (ARCHIBALD). History of Europe from
the Commencement of the French Revolution in 1789 to the
Restoration of the Bourbons in 1815. 4 vols. 8vo, cloth (2
hacks torn). N. Y. 1860

31. ALMANACK des Dames, pour 1'An 1818. Illustra-
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36. AMERICAN BOOKMEN (Howe), N. Y. 1898; Liter-
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(Reber), N. Y. 1893. Together 3 vols. 8vo, cloth.

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and novelist). A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo. Koupenhagen, Febr. 12,
1848. With 3 portraits and a view of his house at Rome.
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46. ANDREOSSY (COUNT A. F., Napoleon's General and
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47. ANDREWS (WILLIAM LORING). A Trio of Eight-
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* Only 161 copies on Imperial Japan Paper.

48. ANDREWS (WILLIAM LORING). Sextodecimos et
Infra. Numerous facsimiles of title-pages, frontispieces and
inmlings, some in colors. 12mo, illuminated wrappers, uncut.

* One of 140 copies on Holland paper. N. Y. 1899

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49. ANDREWS (WILLIAM LORING). Gossip about
Book-Collecting. '12 illustrations, of which 6 are in colors.
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N. Y. 1900

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author inserted.

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the direct process. 8vo, boards, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1902

* One of 141 copies on Van Gelder paper.

51. ANDREWS (WILLIAM LORING). An English XIX
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Photogravure illustrations. 8vo, vellum, gilt top, uncut.

N. Y. 1906

* One of 125 copies on Van Gelder hand-made paper.

52. ANDREWS (WILLIAM LORING). An Index to the
illustrations in the Manuals of the Corporation of the City of
New York, 1840-1870. Introduction by William Loring
Andrews. Portrait of David T. Valentine. 8vo, cloth, gilt
top, uncut.

Published by the Society of Iconophiles, N. Y. 1906

* One of 250 copies.

53. ANDREWS (WILLIAM LORING). The Heaven
Jerusalem. A Mediaeval Song of the Joys of the Church
Triumphant. 2 title-pages, one being a reproduction of a title-
page by Delavan, the other engraved by Sidney L. Smith,
decorated letters, and two illuminated pages. 8vo, original
wrappers, uncut. N. Y. 1905*

* One of 27 copies on Japan paper.

54. ANECDOTE LIVES of the Later Wits and Humour-
ists (Timbs), 2 vols. Lond. 1874; William Godwin: His
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Samuel Taylor Coleridge (Brandl). Lond. 1887. Together
5 vols. 8vo, cloth.

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n. d. ; Rubaiyat of a Persian Kitten (Herford), 2 copies. N. Y.
1904; Social Evolution (Kidd), N. Y. 1895; and others. To-
gether 24 vols., various sizes, cloth and paper.

56. ANNE OF AUSTRIA (1601-66), wife of Louis XIII.
L. S. to the Marquis de Poyanne, Lieutenant General of
Navarre, regarding the payment of the garrison of that prov-
ince. iy 2 PP. folio. Paris, Dec. 30, 1645. Also 4 fine and
scarce engraved portraits of the Queen (one by Moncornet).
5 pieces (all inlaid).

67. ANNE SEYMOUR DAMER (Noble), Lond. 1908;
Records and Reminiscences (Gower), Lond. 1903; Old and
Odd Memories (Tollemache), Lond. 1908. Together 3 vols,
8vo, cloth.

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58. ANSPACH (MARGRAVINE OF). Memoirs of the
Margravine of Anspach (the Lady Elizabeth Craven) . Written
by herself. 2 portraits, 2 vols. 8vo, half calf (cracked).

Lond. 1826

* Memoirs of the Courts of Berlin, England and Spain.

59. ANSTEY (CHRISTOPHER). The New Bath Guide;
or, Memoirs of the B-n-r-d Family. New Edition. By
John Britton. Embellished with engravings by George Cruik-
shank. 12mo, half russia. Lond. 1830

* The illustrations appear in this edition for the first time.

60. ANTONELLI (CARDINAL GIACOMO, Secretary of
State to Pope Pius IX. 1806-76). L. S. to G. Morana, politi-
cal Revisor. 1 p. 4to. Rome, March 7, 1853. With 2 por-
traits. 3 pieces (2 inlaid).

61. ARABIAN NIGHTS. The Book of the Thousand
Nights and a Night (including Supplemental Nights). Trans-
lated from the Arabic by Captain Sir R. F. Burton. Re-
printed from the Original Edition and Edited by Leonard C.
Smithers. 12 vols. royal 8vo, black cloth, gilt.

Lond. : H. S. Nichols & Co., 1894

* This Library Edition of Burton 's Translation has been
printed with a close and careful collation of Burton's own
copy of the original issue, and all his corrections and addi-
tional notes have been inserted.

62. ARNOLD (MATTHEW). Poems. 3 vols. ; Discourses
in America ; Essays in Criticism. 2 vols. ; St. Paul and Pro-
testantism; Culture and Anarchy; etc. Together 12 vols.
12mo, half red polished morocco, gilt tops, uncut.

Lond. 1883-92

63. ARNOLD (WILLIAM HARRIS). First Report of a
Book-Collector; comprising: "Why First Editions?" Fac-
similes. Large 8vo, vellum, uncut. N. Y. 1897-98

* Two pages of Froissart's Chronicles, 1525, inserted, also
signature of author at end of Foreword.

64. ARNOULD (SIR JOSEPH). Life of Thomas, First
Lord Denman, formerly Lord Chief Justice of England. Por-
trait frontispieces. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth. Bost., n. d.

65. ART. The Great French Painters, and the Evolution
of French Painting from 1830 to the Present Day. By Camille
Mauclair. Extensively illustrated by full-page plates, etc.
4to, cloth, gilt top, uncut. Lond. 1903

66. ART. The Historic Gallery of Portraits and Paintings;
or, Biographical Review. Profusely illustrated with outJine
plates. 1 vols. 8vo, boards, leather backs, uncut. Lond. 1807-11

67. ART AND ARCHITECTURE. World's Columbian
Exposition Official Illustrated Publication. By William
Walton. Numerous full-page etchings, colored photogravures,
reproductions, and hundreds of text illustrations. 11 sections,
folio, in cloth portfolios. Phila. : Geo. Barrie, 1903

* The Columbus Edition.

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68. ASHLEY (HON. EVELYN). The Life and Corre-
spondence of Henry John Temple, Viscount Palmerston.
Portrait and plate. 12mo, cloth. Lond. 1879

* Inserted are 2 signatures of Palmerston, 2 portraits and
the Royal Seal.

69. ASHTON (JOHN). Reign of Queen Anne. 2 vols.;
Chap-Books; Humour, Wit, and Satire; Caricature on Na-
poleon. 2 vols. ; Old Times ; Dawn of XIX Century. 2 vols. ;
Romances of Chivalry ; Eighteenth Century Waifs ; The Fleet ;
Modern Street Ballads; Social England. 2 vols.; English
Lotteries; Varia; Hyde Park; When William IV was King;
Gambling in England. Together 20 vols. With numerous
illustrations. 8vo and 12mo, half olive-green morocco, gilt,
gilt tops, by Root. Lond. 1882-98

* Believed to be a complete set . of First Editions of these
interesting books on England and the English.

70. AUCASSIN AND NICOLETE. Translated by Andrew
Lang. East Aurora, 1899. 2 copies; The Dipsy Chanty
(Kipling), East Aurora, 1898. 2 copies; Little Journeys to
the Homes of Eminent Artists (Hubbard), East Aurora, 1902.
Together 5 vols. 8vo, ooze calf, gilt tops, uncut.

71. AUSTEN (JANE). The Novels of Miss Austen. Edited
by Reginald B. Johnson. Illustrated. 10 vols. 8vo, buckram,
uncut. Lond. 1892

* One of 150 copies on Large Paper.

72. AUTOBIOGRAPHY. A Collection of the most in-
structive and amusing Lives ever published, written by them-
selves. Portraits. 33 vols. 16mo, original boards, cloth backs,
uncut and unopened. Lond., v. d.

* Large Paper Copy.

73. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AMOS KENDALL (Stick-
ney), Bost. 1872; Lives of the American Merchants (Hunt),
2 vols. N. Y. 1858; Life and Letters of Roscoe Conkling
(Conkling), N. Y. 1889; and others. Together 6 vols. 8vo,
cloth and sheep.

74. AUTOGRAPH ALBUM containing about 80 auto-
graph letters written by Literary, Scientific, and other noted
Englishmen, including Thomas Hartwell Home, Captain Mar-
ryat, Michael Faraday, Lord Lytton, Duke of Westminster,
and others. Bound in with these are a number of interesting
portraits on steel and wood. 4to, green morocco, gilt.

75. AUTOGRAPH LETTERS and Autographs of the
Signers of the Declaration of Independence in the possession
of George C. Thomas. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, un-
cut. Phila. : Privately printed, 1908

* Presentation copy from the compiler.

76. AUTOGRAPHS of the Rulers of France. Charles V
to Napoleon III. Facsimiles. Folio, cloth, gilt top, uncut.

Printed privately, n. p., n. d.
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77. AVERY (ELROY McK.). A History of the United
States and its People. Colored plates, maps, facsimiles, and
other illustrations. Volumes 1 to 7 only. 7 vols. royal 8vo,
buckram, gilt tops, uncut. Cleveland, 1904-10

78. BACON (SIR FRANCIS). The Twoo Bookes of
Francis Bacon. Of the proficience and advancement of Learn-
ing, divine and humane. To the King. Small 4to, sprinkled
calf, gilt, by F. Bedford (title-page remargined, and other
marginal repairs. A few notes in ink).

Lond. : Henrie Tomes, 1605

* The very scarce First Edition. McKee copy, with book-
plate.

79. BACON (SIR FRANCIS). The Essays or Counsels,
Civil and Moral, and Wisdom of the Ancients. 16mo, half
antique calf, gilt top, uncut, by Larkins.

Lond.: W. Pickering, 1852

80. BAGEHOT (WALTER). The Works of Bagehot,
with Memoir by R. H. Hutton. Edited by Forrest Morgan.
5 vols. 8vo, cloth. Hartford, 1891

* A. L. S. of Walter Bagehot inserted.

81. BAILY (J. T. HERBERT). Emma, Lady Hamilton.
A Biographical Essay with a Catalogue of Her Published
Portraits. Numerous portraits, some colored. 4to, parch-
ment, gilt top, uncut. Lond. 1905

82. BALDWIN (JAMES). The Book-Lover: a Guide to
the Best Reading. 12mo, cloth, uncut. Chicago, 1885

* LARGE PAPER, only 350 copies printed.

83. BALZAC (HONORE DE). The Novels of Balzac.
Now for the first time completely translated into English.
Etched illustrations. 53 vols. 8vo, cloth, gilt tops, uncut.

* Limited edition. Phila., n. d.

84. BANCROFT (GEORGE). Poems. FIRST EDITION.
]2mo, original boards (back supplied), uncut.

Cambridge : University Press, 1823

* Scarce. Partially suppressed by the author.

85. BANNISTER (JOHN). Memoirs of John Bannister,
Comedian. By John Adolphus. FIRST EDITION. Portraits.
2 vols. 8vo, light polished calf, gilt, gilt edges, by Kaufmann.

Lond.: Bentley, 1839

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 46 additional en-
gravings (mostly inlaid), comprising portraits of celebrated
actors and actresses, including some in character, a rare
PROOF Portrait of Garrick, Proof before Letters, a character
plate of the Earl of Barrymore and Capt. Watheii; A. L. S.
of JOHN BANNISTER; Interesting A. L. S. of JOHN KELLY,
the actor, regarding talent for his Benefit, mentions Walleck
the actor; A. N. in third person regarding engagement of
Miss Kelly; and an original Play-bill of the Theatre Royal,
Drury Lane, May 8, 1797, BENEFIT PERFORMANCE for Mr.
Bannister.

An interesting theatrical memoir.

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1902; Law and Lawyers in Literature (Browne), Bost. 1883;
Bench and Bar of Saratoga County (Mann), Ballston, N. Y.
1876; Studies of the Stage (Matthews), N. Y. 1894. To-
getlier 4 vols. 8vo and 12mo, cloth.

87. BARAGUEY D'HILLIERS (COUNT LOUIS, Gene-
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A. L. S. to the Minister of War, complaining of the equipment,
etc., of the soldiers sent to him. 1 p. folio (inlaid). Quartier
General d'Evreux, 4 Germinal, Year X. With portrait.
2 pieces.

88. BARHAM (RICHARD HARRIS, author of Ingoldsby
Legends). A. L. S., 3 pp. 12mo. July 30, 1839. (Inlaid.)

* To W. H. Ainsworth, and refers to ' ' Jack Sheppard. ' '

89. BARHAM (REV. RICHARD H.). The Life and
Letters of the Rev. Richard Harris Barham, author of The
Ingoldsby Legends: with a Selection from his Miscellaneous
Poems. By his Son. 2 vols. 8vo, half green morocco, gilt tops,
uncut. Lond. 1870

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 86 engraved por-
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inserted.

90. BARRAS (PAUL F. J. N.). Memoir of Barras, Mem-
ber of the Directorate. Edited, with a General Introduction,
Prefaces and Appendices, by George Duruy. With 7 por-
traits, 2 facsimiles and .2 plans. 4 vols. 8vo, cloth, gilt tops,
uncut. N. Y. 1895-96

91. BARRETT (LAWRENCE). Charlotte Cushman: A
Lecture. Portrait. 8vo, half calf, gilt top, uncut, original
wrappers bound in. N. Y. : Dunlap Society, 1889

* Only 175 copies printed.

92. BARTLETT (JOHN). Familiar Quotations. 12mo,
cloth. Bost. 1891

*With a 1 p. A. N. S. of the author inserted.

93. BATE (PERCY). The English Pre-Raphaelite Paint-
ers: their Associates and Successors. Photogravure plates
and other illustrations. 8vo, blue levant morocco, gilt back,
sides with border lines and arabesque center ornament, inside
borders, silk end-papers and fly-leaves, gilt top, uncut, by
Zaehnsdorf . Lond. : G. Bell & Son, 1901

94. BEARDSLEY (AUBREY). Illustrations to Mademoi-
selle de Maupin. PROOF IMPRESSIONS. Folio. 6 pieces.

95. BEARDSLEY (LEVI). Reminiscences. Portrait.
8vo, cloth (few pp. slightly foxed). N. Y. 1852

* Presentation inscription by the Author.

96. BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER. Comedies and Trag-
edies written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, Gentle-
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Authours Originall Copies. Fine impression of the plate by

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Marshall. Folio, red levant morocco, gilt inside borders,
rough gilt edges, by The Club Bindery.

Lond. : Humphrey Robinson, 1647

* FIRST COLLECTED EDITION ; edited by Shirley, and contain-
ing the 34 plays not previously published. At the end is
"The Wild-Goose Chase," First Edition, 1652. A fine and
clean copy.

97. BEAUVAIS (CHARLES THEO, Napoleon's General
and military writer). A. L. S. to the Paymaster General of
the Army of Spain; 1 p. folio. Alcala, Sept. 7, 1810, on
financial matter. With portrait (duplicate). 3 pieces.

98. BEDFORD (PAUL). Recollections and Wanderings
of Paul Bedford : Facts, not Fancies. 12mo, red levant mo-
rocco, gilt top, by Tout. Lond. 1867

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the Great, Edmund Kean, Byron, Geo. F. Cooke, Dan O'Con-
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Kemble, Madame Vestris, and others. Also some scarce views
of old London Theatres.

99. BELLAMY (GEORGE ANNE). An Apology for the
Life of George Anne Bellamy, with the Calcroft Letter.
5 vols. 12mo, mottled calf, by Riviere. Lond. 1786

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of about 77 plates
and play -bills, including a Rare Play-bill of Mrs. Bellamy's
first appearance at Laetitia.

100. BELLIARD (COUNT A. D., Napoleon's General and
Peer of France). Official A. L. S. to the Minister of War
[Genl. Berthier] informing him that some peasants of Ghoy
(Tournay) have prevented a bailiff from executing a judg-
ment of the tribunal, and that it is necessary to punish the
mutineers. 1 p. folio. Quartier general de Tournay, 24
Thermidore, Year XI. With portrait. 2 pieces.

101. BELOE (REV. WILLIAM). Anecdotes of Litera-
ture and Scarce Books. 6 vols. 8vo, half calf. Lond. 1808-14

102. BELLOC (H.). Marie Antoinette. 31 illustrations
and 4 maps. 8vo, half calf, gilt top. Lond. [1909]

103. BENSON (CAPTAIN L.). The Book of Remarkable
Trials and Notorious Characters. Illustrations by "Phiz."
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Lond. : J. C. Hotten, n. d.

104. BENTHAM (JEREMY). Autograph Document.
1 p. of the Penal Code in the handwriting of Bentham;
A. N. S. Lond. Nov. 1810; Autograph signature with date;
5 portraits. 8 pieces.

105. BENTLEY (RICHARD). Dissertations upon the
Epistles of Phalaris, Themistocles, Socrates, Euripides, and
upon the Fables of ^Esop. Edited, with Notes, by Rev. Alex-
ander Dyce. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Lond. 1836

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106. BERNADOTTE (DESIREE, sister of Marshal Ber-
nadotte, afterwards King Charles XIV of Sweden). A. L. S.
in French. 4 pp. 4to, Hambourg, Jan. 27 [1809], dealing
with financial private business. Also a fine portrait of
Mademoiselle Bernadotte engraved by Adam after 'Gerard,,
etched proof before finishing on India paper. 2 pieces, in-
laid.

107. BERRY (CHARLES FERDINAND D'ARTOIS,
DUKE DE, son of King Charles X of France, assassinated in
Paris by Louvel, 1778-1820). A. L. S. to M. de La Chapelle.
114 p. 4to, Vienne, April, 1800. With 5 portraits of him and
7 portraits of his wife Caroline Ferdinande, including one
engraved by Adam after Gerard, etched proof on India paper.
13 pieces (5 inlaid).

*" Count Etienne will consign you several memorials of re-
quests, which I have annotated, and which I recommend to
you: they interest good and faithful servants of the King
and consequently are worthy of your attention. I will particu-
larly mention M. de St. Mayme and M. de Eaynes."

108. BERRY (MARIE LOUISE ELISABETH D 'OR-
LEANS, DUCHESSE DE, daughter of the Regent, wife of
Charles de Berry, called the Grand Dauphin. 1695-1719).
D. S., 1 p. folio. Versailles, May 12, 1712. Ordering the
payment of 480 livres to M. Lemaire, vice-governor of her
pages (inlaid). With portrait.

109. BERRY (MISS). Extracts of the Journals and Cor-
respondence of Miss Berry, from 1783 to 1852. Edited by
Lady Theresa Lewis. Engraved frontispieces. 3 vols. 8vo,
light polished calf, gilt backs, leather labels, gilt borders,
corner decoration, gilt edges. Lond. 1865

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 84 additional por-
traits, carefully selected engravings of contemporaries, includ-
ing a few Proofs on India paper. With A. L. S. of Miss
Berry to Fanny Kemble and 2 A. N. S. of Miss Berry, in-
serted. Fine copy of the best edition.

110. BERTRAND (COUNT HENRI GRATIEN, Na-
poleon's General; shared the Emperor's banishment to St.



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