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1908; Louise De Keroualle (Crawford), Lond. 1891; Madame
Elizabeth De France (Scott), Lond. 1908. Together 3 vols.
8vo, cloth.

275. CATLEY (ANNE). The Life of Miss Anne Catley.
Portrait. 4to, half calf, gilt top, uncut. Lond. 1888

* Large Paper Copy. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion
of 9 portraits of the actress, inlaid.

276. CATULLUS (CAIUS VALERIUS). The Carmina of
Caius Valerius Catullus. Now first completely Englished
into Verse and Prose, the Material Part by Capt. Sir Richard
F. Burton, .... and the Prose Portion, Introduction, and
Notes Explanatory and Illustrative by Leonard C. Smithers.
Frontispiece. 8vo, half parchment, uncut (back damaged).

* Limited Edition. Lond. 1894

277. CAULAINCOURT (ARM AND DE, Duke of Vicenza,
General of Division and Minister for Foreign Affairs under
Napoleon). Official receipt signed as Grand Officer of the
Legion d'Honneur. 1 p. 4to. .Paris, Jan. 24, 1812 (inlaid).
With 3 portraits. 4 pieces.


brated Italian Statesman and restorer of the Italian Nation-
ality. 1810-61). A. N. S. asking if the active balance has
been already presented to the Senate. 4 lines. N. d. With
portrait. 2 pieces.

279. CAXTON CLUB. Some Letters of Edgar Allan Poe
to E. H. N. Patterson of Oquawka, Illinois. With Comments
by Eugene Field. 6 facsimiles of Poe's letters and manu-
.xr/-//>fa. 4to, buckram, paper label, uncut.

Chicago : The Caxton Club, 1898

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scarcest of the Caxton Club publications.

280. CAXTON CLUB. II Pesceballo: Opera in One Act.
Italian Words by Francis J. Child. English Version by
James R. Lowell. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. Chicago, 1899

* Edition limited to 210 copies. With 2-page A. L. 8. of
Francis J. Child inserted.

281. CAXTON CLUB. Thomas Berthelet, Royal Printer
and Bookbinder to Henry VIII, King of England. With
Special Reference to his Bookbindings. By Cyril Davenport.
13 full-page plates reproduced in the exact colors of the origi-
nal bindings. 4to, boards, uncut. Chicago, 1901

* One of 252 copies on Hand-made paper.

282. CAXTON CLUB. The Caxton Club Scrap-Book.
Early English Verses 1250-1650. Chosen and collocated by
John Vance Cheney. 8vo, half cloth and boards, gilt top,
uncut. Chicago: The Caxton Club, 1904

* Limited to 255 copies on Italian Hand-made paper.

283. CAXTON CLUB. Uzanne (Octave). The French
Bookbinders of the Eighteenth Century. Facsimiles of rare
l>i ndings and other illustrations. 4to, boards, uncut and un-
opened. Chicago, 1904

* One of 250 copies on Hand-made paper.

284. CAXTON CLUB. An Essay on Colophons. With
Specimens and Translations. By Alfred W. Pollard, and an
Introduction by Richard Garnett. Facsimiles of Printer's
murks. Royal 8vo, vellum back, board sides, uncut.

Chicago: The Caxton Club, 1905

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285. CAXTON CLUB. Duff (E. Gordon). William Cax-
ton. 26 facsimiles. 4to, boards, uncut.

Chicago: The Caxton Club, 1905

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286. CAXTON CLUB. Davenport (Cyril). Samuel
Mr;init>: Binder to King Charles II. Numerous illustrations
of fine bindings, many heightened in gold, and facsimile. 4to,
half cloth, uncut. Chicago, 1906

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287. CAXTON CLUB. The Frankfort Book Fair. The
Francofordiense Emporium of Henri Estienne. Edited with
Historical Introduction, Original Latin Text with English
Translation on Opposite Pages and Notes by James W.
Thompson. Full-page plates on Japan Paper (facsimiles of
rare old woodcuts, etc.) Imp. 8vo, half vellum, uncut.

Chicago: The Caxton Club, 1911
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288. CAXTON CLUB. Catalogue of an Exhibition of
Nineteenth Century Bookbindings. Limited edition; Year
Books for 1897 to 1906, 1910 and 1912; Catalogue of Fitz-
gerald's Works; Color Prints by Suzuki Harunobu; and
others. Together 22 vols., various sizes and bindings.

Chicago, v. d.

289. CELEBRATED TRIALS (Clinton), N. Y. 1897;
Memories of Famous Trials (Burnaby), Lond. 1907; Speeches
of John Philpot Curran. Chicago, 1872. Together 3 vols.
8vo, cloth and sheep.

290. CENTLIVRE (MRS.). The Works of the Celebrated
Mrs. Centlivre. Two portraits (one inserted). 3 vols. 12mo,
half red morocco. Lond. 1872

291. CHAMPIONNET (J. ETIENNE, General in the
French Revolution; commanded the Army of Italy). Official
A. L. S. notifying a citizen that by order of the Directory no
person can stay with the army if not a military, or has a pass
from the Government. 1 p. folio. Quartier General de
Naples, 9 Pluviose, Year VII.

292. CHAPELLE (COUNT DE LA). Posthumous Works
and Unpublished Autographs of Napoleon III in Exile. Fac.
similes and an illustration. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Lond. 1873

293. CHARLES II. Rochester and other Literary Rakes
of the Court of Charles II. With some Account of their Sur-
roundings. Portraits. 2 vols. 8vo, crimson levant morocco,
gilt backs, heavy bands, inside borders, gilt tops, uncut.

Lond. 1903

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED COPY, with 75 engraved portraits and
views, and specially printed titles.

294. CHARLES VI, King of France (1368-1422). Official
L. S. on vellum, to the citizens of Reims, announcing the war
movements of England against France, and asking them to
garrison the Castle of Portemar. 1 p. folio. Paris, June 29
[c. 1415]. Also 1 portrait of the King, and 3 portraits of
Agnes Sorel (2 of which finely colored), mistress of King
Charles VII. 5 pieces.

295. CHARLES VIII, King of France (1470-98). L. S.
to Lodovico il Moro, Duke of Milan, asking him to give all
help to the bearer, who is passing through the State of Milan
to go to Ferrara for the purpose of taking back to France the


wife of one of the servants of the King. 1 p. 8vo. August 4

[e. 1495]. Also 3 portraits of Charles VIII, and a colored

portrait of his wife, Anne of Brittany. 5 pieces, 3 of which

296. CHARLES IX, King of France (1550-74) ; authorized
the massacre of St. Bartholomew. Financial D. S. with mar-
ginal notes in his autograph. 3 pp. folio. [Paris] April 8,
1567. Also 2 portraits of the King, 4 of his wife Isabella of
Austria, and a colored one of his mistress Marie Touchet.
8 pieces (1 inlaid).

297. CHARLES X, King of France (1757-1836). L. S. to
the Duke de Dalberg, Peer of France, asking him to be pres-
ent at the opening of the Session of the Chamber. 1 p. 4to.
Chateau des Tuileries, Nov. 12, 1826. With 4 portraits.
5 pieces (inlaid).

298. CHARLES PHILIPPE D'ARTOIS. 1757-1836, after-
wards King Charles X of France. D. S. ordering the pay-
ment of 2415 livres. 1 p. folio. Versailles, Dec. 5, 1784.
With a portrait engraved by Bellinger. 2 pieces.

299. CHARLES IX, King of Sweden, and fourth son of
Gustavus Vasa (1550-1611). Official L. S. in Swedish, writ-
ten when Duke of Sudermania, 1% p. folio, May 23, 1569;
Official proclamation in Swedish as Duke of Sudermania, 1 p.
folio, with fine impression of the seal, October 9, 1572; also
portrait. Together 3 pieces, all inlaid.

300. CHARLES X, King of Sweden (1622-60) ; took part
in the Thirty Years' War, and overran Poland. Official L. S.
1 p. folio. Also fine engraved portrait. 2 pieces, both inlaid.
Copenhagen, Jan. 22, 1659.

301. CHARLES XI, King of Sweden. Official L. S.
2 ! /2 PP-> w ith seal. Malmoe, June 15, 1676. Also 2 fine and
scarce engraved portraits, one in mezzotint by Schenck. To-
gether 3 pieces, 2 of which inlaid.

302. CHARLES XII, King of Sweden (1682-1718) ; rival
of Peter the Great, killed at the siege of Fredrikshall ; Voltaire
wrote his life. Official L. S., l l /o PP- folio. Ravitz, Dec. 5,
1704. Also 6 fine engraved portraits by St. Aubin, Schley,
Tardieu, etc. Together 7 pieces, 3 of which are inlaid.

303. CHARLES XIII, King of Sweden (1758-1818).
Official L. S. in Swedish. l l / 2 PP- folio. Stockholm, June 1,
1810. With fine impression of the wax seal. With mezzotint
portrait, proof before letters. 2 pieces (inlaid).

304. CHARLES XIV, King of Sweden (1764-1844) : origi-
nally J. B. J. Bernadotte, one of Napoleon's Marshals; dis-
tinguished himself greatly in the German campaigns and in
Italy. Official D. S. in Swedish. 1% pp. folio. Stockholm,
Nov. 2, 1833. Also 3 portraits. 4 pieces, of which 3 inlaid.

305. CHARLES XV, King of Sweden (1826-72). Official
D. S. in Swedish, 3 pp. folio, Jan. 25, 1861. Also his auto-
graph signature on a strip of paper. 2 pieces, both inlaid.

306. CHARLOTTE (PRINCESS). The Life of the late
Princess Charlotte. Illustrations. 8vo, half calf (few plates
badly foxed and one torn) . Lond. 1818

307. CHATTERTON (THOMAS). The Poetical Works
of Chatterton. With Notices of his Life, the Rowley Con-
troversy, and Notes Illustrative of the Poems. Engraved
titles and facsimiles. 2 vols. 12mo, polished calf, gilt backs,
gilt tops. Cambridge, 1842

308. CHEFS-D'CEUVRES du Roman Contemporain. The
Romancists and Realists. Illustrated with etchings. 20 vols.
8vo, cloth, uncut. Phila. : Barrie & Sons, n. d.

* Limited Edition on Japan paper, with a duplicate set of
the plates on India paper.

EARL OF). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. London, June 5, 1753. Ad-
dressed ' ' Dear Bayley, ' ' advising him to purchase the rank of
captain and offering to loan him the necessary money. 9 por-
traits. Together 10 pieces.

310. CHRISTINA, Queen of Sweden, and daughter of
Eustavus Adolphus (1626-89). Patronized the arts, litera-
ture and science. L. S. in Swedish. 2 pp. folio. Stockholm,
Dec. 3, 1651. With fine impression of the seal. Accompanied
by 2 fine and scarce engraved portraits. Together 3 pieces,
all inlaid.

311. CHURCHILL (CHARLES). Poems. To which is
added the Life of the Author. 2 vols. small 8vo, half calf.

Hague, 1769

312. GIBBER (S. M.). An Account of the Life of that
Celebrated Actress, Mrs. Susannah M. Gibber, with Interest-
ing and Amusing Anecdotes; also the two Remarkable and
Romantic Trials between Theophilus Gibber and William
Sloper. Portrait. Royal 8vo, parchment uncut. Lond. 1887

* Large Paper, only a limited number printed.

313. CICERO. Opera, cum optimis exemplaribus accurate
collata. Engraved title. 10 vols. 12mo, old calf, gilt.

Lugd. Batavorum: Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1642

* Clean copy of this desirable edition.

Players of the Present. Portraits. 3 vols. 8vo, half crimson
levant morocco, gilt tops, uncut, original wrappers bound in,
by Stikeman. N. Y. : The Dunlap Soc. 1899-1901

* Only 265 copies printed.

tory of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, begun in the
Year 1641. Engraved portrait in each vol. and engraved
vignettes throughout. FIRST EDITION. 3 vols. folio, old calf
(worn and broken). Oxford, 1702-03-04


316. CLARKE (HENRI J. G.). Duke de Feltre (1765-
1818), Napoleon's Marshal and Minister of State. A. L. S. to
F. N. Mollien, Minister of the Treasury, announcing that he
will call to see him. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Sept. 7, 1810. (Pasted
on paper board.) With one portrait (inlaid). 2 pieces.

317. CLASSICS, Greek and Latin (The). The Most cele-
brated Works of Hellenic and Roman Literature, embracing
Poetry, Romance, History, Oratory, Science, and Philosophy,
translated by distinguished Men of Letters. Edited by'M. M.
Miller. Tinted and other illustrations. 15 vols. 8vo, buckram,
gilt tops, uncut. N. Y. 1909

* Athenian Edition, limited.

318. CLAYDEN (P. W.). Rogers and His Contemporaries.
2 vols. Loud. 1889 ; The Early Life of Samuel Rogers. Lond.
1887. Together 3 vols. 12mo, cloth. Lond. 1887-89

319. CLEMENS (SAMUEL L.). Fifteen plates intended
to illustrate the writings of Mark Twain. Drawn or painted
by A. B. Frost, W. T. Smedley, F. Opper, J. G. Brown, and
others. Royal 8vo, on Japan paper.

320. CLEMENT VII (Giulio de' Medici, 1523-34; refused
to sanction Henry VIII 's divorce). Brief on vejlum com-
mitting to a Bishop the execution of sentence against the
Clergy and Congregation of the Sapienza of Padua (seal miss-
ing), Rome, 1523. With portrait. 2 pieces.


321. CLEMENT XIV (1705-74, suppressed the Jesuit
Order). Bull on vellum, with small leaden seal confirming
the pension of 50 ducats to F. G. M. Weinemmer, canon of
the church of St. Michael of Lautenbach. Rome, March 29,

322. CLIVE (CATHERINE). The Life of Mrs. Catherine
dive, with an Account of Her Adventures on and off the
Stage, a Round of her Characters, together with her Corre-
spondence. By Percy Fitzgerald. Photogravure portraits on
Japan paper. Royal 8vo, half morocco, gilt top, uncut.

Lond. 1888

* LARGE PAPER, with Proofs of the plates on Japan paper.

323. COCKBURN (LORD). Life of Lord Jeffrey, with a
Selection from his Correspondence. Portrait. 2 vols. 8vo,
calf. Edin. 1852

324. COLCHESTER (LORD). The Diary and Corre-
spondence of Charles Abbot, Lord Colchester, Speaker of the
House of Commons 1802-1817. Edited by his son, Charles,
Lord Colchester. Portrait. 3 vols. 8vo, half crimson morocco,
gilt tops, uncut. Lond. 1861

* Autograph note in the third person, by Lord Colchester,


325. COLEMAN (JOHN). Players and Playwrights I
have Known. A Eeview of the English Stage from 1840 to
1880. Illustrations. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, gilt tops, uncut.

Phila. 1890

Vol. I (all published). 8vo, half cloth and label (covers a
little worn). Leeds, 1833

Works of Coleridge. Edited by Derwent Coleridge; Speci-
mens of the Table Talk of Coleridge. Portrait. 2 vols. 12mo,
calf (slightly rubbed). Lond. 1857-58

Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Collected and edited
by Henry N. Coleridge. FIRST EDITION. 4 vols. 8vo, polished
calf, gilt, gilt edges, by Riviere. Lond. : W. Pickering, 1836-39

* Fine copy, from the library of Henry Thomas Buckle, the
celebrated historian, with his book-plate in each volume, and
his autograph signature inserted in vol. one.

329. COLLET (STEPHEN). Relics of Literature. Fold-
ing plate with facsimile signatures. 8vo, cloth, uncut (name
on title). Lond. 1823

330. COLLINGS (JOHN). The Works of John Collings.
Portrait. Square 8vo, calf (binding broken, names on title
and badly foxed). Lond. 1655

and Letters of Lewis Carroll (Rev. C. L. Dodgson). Illus-
trated. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1899

332. COLLINS (WILKIE). A. L. S., 2 pp. 12mo. Lond.
March 17, 1888. (Inlaid.)

* To C. A. Law, regarding autographs.

333. COLLINS (WILLIAM). The Poetical Works of.
With the Life of the Author by Dr. Johnson : Observations on
his Writings, by Dr. Langhorne and Biographical and Critical
Notes. By Alexander Dyce. FIRST EDITION. Small 8vo r
light polished calf, gilt, gilt top, uncut, by Tout.

Lond. : W. Pickering, 1827

* An exceptionally fine copy. From the Bierstadt collection,
with book-plate.

334. COLMAN (GEORGE). Posthumous Letters from
Various Celebrated Men : addressed to Francis Colman, and
George Colman, the Elder: with Annotations and Occasional
Remarks, by George Colman, the Younger. 4to, crimson
levant morocco, gilt back, elaborately tooled, inside dentelle
borders, gilt edges, by Riviere. Lond. : Cadell & Davies, 1820

* EXTRA- ILLUSTRATED with 90 engraved portraits, many in-
laid, of Colman and his contemporaries, including India Proofs,
mezzotints, character portraits of celebrated performers, etc.
and 5 views.

Among the portraits are a fine mezzotint engraving of


Colley Cibber, engraved by Edw. Fisher, 1758 after Vanloo;
mezzotint portrait of Benj. Franklin, engraved by J. E. Haid,
1780; Garrick as Hamlet, etched by B. Wilson, rare Private
Plate ; Colored Character portrait of Fawcett as Sir John
Falstaff, etc.

335. COLMAN FAMILY. Memoirs of the Colman Family,
including their Correspondence with the most Distinguished
Personages of their Time. By Richard B. Peake. Portraits.
2 vols. 8vo, polished tree-calf, gilt backs, leather labels, inside
borders, gilt tops, uncut. Lond. : R. Bentley, 1841

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 15 AUTOGRAPH
LETTERS and Documents, and 103 additional portraits of cele-
brated actors and actresses, many in character, including 2
mezzotint portraits of Garrick, one by Laurie; 2 mezzotint
portraits of Sir Joshua Reynolds, and mezzotints of Miss
Nancy Dawson, Duke of York by Watson, Goldsmith, Mrs.
Sheridan, Mrs. Abington, and character plate of Garrick.

Among the autograph material are 2 A. L. S. by G. Col-
man the Elder; D. S., 1760, Order on the Treasurer by the
Princess Dowager of Wales, signed also by the Duke Holis
Newcastle and J. Grenville; A. A. L. 's S. by R. F. Jamesons,
two relating to theatrical productions; 2 A. L. 's S. of Wm.
Sewell and Note by Edmond Malone, in 3rd person; also a
long (10 page) autograph manuscript by Macklin, regarding
the O. P. Riots and the part taken by P. Sparks and hia
companions in hissing Maclin off the stage at the Covent
Garden Theatre.

336. COLORED PLATES. Allent (B.). Galerie Fran-
caise en Estampes des Homines Les Plus Illustres Dans Tons
Les Genres; avec Un Texte Explicatif. Numerous full-page
copper-plate engravings, finely colored by hand. Oblong 8vo,
half morocco (worn). Paris, 1825

337. COMPANS (J. D., Napoleon's General and Count of
the Empire; had a brilliant part in the Battle of the Mos-
kovva). A. L. S. announcing the arrival of a detachment of
112 men from the Battalion of the Deposit. 1 p. 4to (pasted
on cardboard). 18 Germinal, Year XIII. With portrait.
2 pieces.

338. COMTE (M. AUGUSTS) . Discours sur 1 'Esprit
Positif. 8vo, wrappers, uncut and unopened. Paris, 1844

* Autograph Presentation inscription by the author on cover.

.339. CONNOISSEUR (THE). An Illustrated Magazine
for Collectors. Numerous illustrations, some colored. 3 vols.
royal 8vo, cloth and boards. Lond. 1901-02

340. COOKE (WILLIAM). Memirs of Samuel Foote.
Fine portrait by Caroline Watson. 3 vols. 12mo, half calf,
gilt tops, uncut. Lond. 1805

* With 6 extra plates, portraying Samuel Foote in character.

341. [COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE).] The Last of
the Mohicans. First English Edition. 3 vols. 12mo, new
boards (rebacked and pieces torn from the margin of 3 leaves).

Lond. 1826

342. COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE). The Novels of
Cooper. Portrait, and frontispieces and engraved titles by
F. 0. C. Darley. 32 vols. 8vo, old half calf, gilt.

N. Y. 1859-61

* With the exception of the following 5 works the volumes
bear the Townsend imprint: Satanstoe, Wing and Wing, Mo-
hicans, Chainbearer, Monikins.

343. COOPER (J. F.). Memorial of James Fenimore
Cooper (Letters by Bryant, Emerson, Hawthorne, Longfellow,
and others, Discourse by Bryant). FIRST EDITION. Portrait.
8vo, cloth (binding worn). N. Y. 1852

344. CORNWALL (BARRY). Charles Lamb: A Memoir.
Portraits. 8vo, half levant morocco, gilt top. Lond. 1869

345. COURT MEMOIRS. The Secret History of the
Court of Berlin, by Count Mirabeau; Memoirs of the Court
of Marie Antoinette, by Madame Campan ; The Secret History
of the Court and Cabinet of St. Cloud ; and others. Together
11 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Lond. : H. S. Nichols & Co., 1895-96

* Limited to 500 copies.

346. COURT OF ENGLAND. The Court of England
Under George IV. Founded on a Diary, interspersed with
Letters written by Queen Caroline and various other Dis-
tinguished Persons. Facsimile. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Lond. 1896

of the Life, Works, and Correspondence of Sir William
Temple, Bart. Fine engraved portrait by Dean after Lely.
2 vols. 8vo, sprinkled calf. . Lond. 1836

348. CO VENT GARDEN THEATRE. Articles of Agree-
ment between the proprietors of the New Theatre Royal,
Covent Garden, dated March 9, 1812. Signed by Henry
Uhthoff, Alexander Murray, James Walker, Thomas Johns,
William Walton, George White, John Philip Kemble, T.
Harris, John Brandon, and others. Written on 7 large sheets
of vellum, enclosed in a 4to half levant morocco slip-case.

349. COWLEY (ABRAHAM, and others). Wit and
Loyalty, Reviv'd in a Collection of some smart Satyrs in Verse
and Prose on the late Times. (The Puritan and the Papist:
a Satyr, by A. Cowley ; The Assembly-man, by Sir J. Birken-
head ; A Proposal Humbly Offered for the Farming of Liberty
of Conscience, by Samuel Butler.) Small 4to, new boards
(top margins of few leaves slightly shaved, not damaging
text). Lond.: Printed for W. David, 1682


350. [COWPER (WILLIAM).] The Life of John Milton,
in Three Parts. By William Hayley. To which are Added,
Conjectures on the Origin of Paradise Lost: with an Appen-
dix. FIRST EDITION. 4to, old tree calf (broken). Lond. 1796

* WILLIAM COWPER 's COPY, with his autograph signature


on leaf A2, "Wm. Cowpcr, 1797," his armorial book-plate on
the inside of the front cover, and the small leather emblem on
the back. On the fly-leaf, in the writing of Hayley, are the
names " Guliclms Cowper" and Guliclmus Hayley, 1796."

351. CRANCH (C. P.). The ^Eneid of Virgil. Translated
into English Blank Verse by Christopher P. Cranch. 4to,
half red morocco, gilt top. Bost. 1886

352. CROLY (REV. GEORGE). The Life and Times of
His Late .Majesty, George the Fourth. 2 vols. 8vo, half red
morocco, gilt tops, uncut. Lend. 1830

* ExTRA-lLLXiSTRATED and extended to two volumes by the
insertion of 59 portraits and views, some inlaid. The 1830
edition with a newly printed title-page.

353. CROMWELL (OLIVER). Oliver Cromwell [a Study
of his Life, Military, political and Private]. By John Mor-
ley. Fully illustrated with carefully authenticated portraits
<ind reproduction^ of contemporary prints. 8vo, half crimson
levant morocco, gilt, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1900

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 38 additional en-
graved portraits.

354. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to.
Saturday evng, 5 o'clock, n. y.

* To W. H. Ainsworth, giving a description of "Jack Shep-
pard" plates; reading in part: "Jonathan Wild has hold
of Jack's left arm with his left grasps the collar with
his right, the Jew has both his arms round Jack's right arm,"

355. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). A. N. S., 1 p. 8vo.
Friday, Nov. 6, 1840. Written on a sheet of paper with
printed decorations of figures indicating that dinner is served,
his own likeness in the center with raised wine glass.

356. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). The Glass and the
New Crystal Palace. Eleven Cuts by Cruikshank. FIRST
EDITION. 8vo, calf, original covers bound in, by Riviere.

Lond. 1853

Presentation Copy from the Author: "Charles Henry
Waring, Esq., with the Begards of George Cruikshank."

357. CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE). Life of George Cruik-
shank ; in two Epochs. By Blanchard Jerrold. Illustrations.
2 vols. 12mo, cloth. Lond. 1882

* A. L. S. of the George Cruikshank inserted, 3 pp., 1849.

358. CRUISE of the Cachalot (Bullen), N. Y. 1899; The
Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (Defoe), 2 vols.
Lond. 1882; Songs of a Savoyard (Gilbert), Lond. 1892; In
Biscayne Bay (Rockwood), N. Y. 1891; and others. Together
9 vols. 12mo and 8vo, cloth.

359. CUBIERES (A. L. DESPANS DE, fought in the
Napoleonic Wars; French General and Minister of War after
the second Restoration). A. L. S. to M. de Bellocq, Minister
of France to Florence, sending a gold box for a Doctor who
had cured his eldest son. 1 p. 4to (pasted on cardboard).
Rome, March 17, 1835.


360. CUNNINGHAM (ALLAN). A. L. S., 1 p. 12mo.
27 Belgrade Place, May 11, 1840. To John Murray, Jr.

361. CUNNINGHAM (ALLAN). Lives of the Most Emi-
nent British Painters, Sculptors, and Architects. Portraits.
6 vols. 12mo, cloth (worn). Lond. 1829

362. CUNNINGHAM (PETER). A. L. S., 3 pp. 8vo. St.
Alban's, Dec. 23, 1866. To Leopold C. Martin, regarding his
allowance, and stating that his only literary work of late has
been a review of David Robert's Life. (Inlaid.)

363. CUNNINGHAM (PETER). The Story of Nell
Gwyn: and the Sayings of Charles the Second. Illustra-
tions. Small 8vo, brown levant morocco, gilt back, inside
border, gilt top, uncut, by Riviere. Lond. 1852

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 69 additional por-
traits, and A. L. S. of the author.

364. CUNNINGHAM (PETER). The Story of Nell
Gwyn : and the Sayings of Charles the Second. With a Com-
plete Index of the Personages Mentioned, now first collected.
Etched portrait of Nell Gwyn and portraits of Beauties of
the Court. Royal 8vo, three-quarter blue morocco, silk bands

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