and others. Also an A. L. S. of Alexander Ireland, dated Jan.
5, 1893, and two addressed envelopes. Large-paper copy, with
specially printed title-pages.
727. [IRELAND (WILLIAM H.).]. Chalcographimania ;
or, the Portrait-Collector and Printseller 's Chronicle, with
Infatuations of every Description. A Humorous Poem, with
Copious Notes Explanatory. Frontispiece. 8vo, sprinkled
calf, gilt, gilt top, uncut. Lond. 1814
* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED Copy of the FIRST EDITION, with 83
portraits and views, and A. L. S. of W. H. Ireland to Mr.
728. JACKSON (CATHERINE CHARLOTTE, LADY).
"Works of Lady Jackson. Numerous portraits on Japan paper,
some being in colors. 14 vols. 8vo, half morocco, gilt tops,
uncut. Paris and Bost., n. d.
* Large Paper edition, limited issue.
729. [JACOB (GILES).] The Poetical Register; or, the
Lives and Characters of the English Dramatick Poets, with
an Account of their Writings. Copper-plate portraits.
2 vols. 8vo, calf (rebacked, few pp. soiled, name on titles).
730. JAMES II. Original Manuscript Tally giving the list
of Fees due to the Masters of the Rolls and Masters in Chan-
cery for their Winter robes at Christmas, 1688. 1 p. folio, on
731. JAMES (G. P. R.). A Sketch of the Life of the Eng-
lish Novelist and Historian, written by his son, C. L. James,
in the form of two letters comprising 23 pages, 12mo, and
dated Sept. 1 & 15, 1906. Signed twice.
* A very interesting account of his recollections of G. P. R.
James, his life in the army, his literary friends, his writings,
and other matters.
732. JAMES (G. P. R.). The History of Charlemagne;
with a Sketch of the State and History of France from the
Fall of the Roman Empire, to the Rise of the Carlovingian
Dynasty. FIRST EDITION. Portrait. 8vo, half green polished
calf, gilt back, gilt top, uncut, by Zaehnsdorf. Lond. 1832
733. JAMES (G. P. R.). A History of the Life of Edward
the Black Prince. Map. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut (bindings
worn). Lond. 1836
734. JAMES (G. P. R.). A History of the Life of Edward
the Black Prince, and of Various Events connected therewith,
which occurred during the Reign of Edward III. King of
England. Map. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut (joints broken).
735. JAMES (G. P. R.). Blanche of Navarre; A Play.
FIRST EDITION. 8vo, original boards, with label, uncut (back
cover loose). Lond. 1839
736. JAMES (G. P. R.). Henry of Guise; or, The States
of Blois. Frontispiece. Vol. 6 of the collected works. 8vo,
original cloth. Lond. 1845
* Presentation copy from the author, with inscription :
' ' Charles Lever Esqr from his friend G. P. R. James. ' ' A
fine association of the two novelists.
737. JAMES (G. P. R.). An Oration on the Character and
Services of the late Duke of Wellington, 1852. FIRST EDITION.
8vo, wrappers. Bost. 1853
738. JAMES (G. P. R.). The Works of G. P. R. James,
Esq. Revised and corrected by the Author, with an introduc-
tory Preface. Frontispieces. 21 vols. 8vo, half olive morocco,
gilt tops. Lond. 1844-49
* Inserted are 2 autograph letters by Ainsworth, one of 3
pages, on literary matters, the other of 1 page.
739. JEANNE D'ALBRET (1528-72), daughter of Mar-
guerite de Navarre and mother of Henry IV. Her autograph
signature appended to a fragment of a letter. Also 6 fine en-
graved portraits of her (2 by Miger and one by Fessard).
7 pieces (6 inlaid).
* Very rare autograph.
740. JEFFREYS (GEORGE, LORD). Memoirs of The
Life of Judge Jeffreys, sometime Lord High Chancellor of
England. By Humphry W. Woolrych. Portrait. 8vo, half
calf. Lond. 1827
741. JERDAN (WILLIAM). The Autobiography of Wil-
liam Jerdan. Portraits, and vignette views on engraved titles.
4 vols. 12mo, cloth, uncut. Lond. 1852-3
742. JERDAN (WILLIAM). The Autobiography, with
his Literary, Political, and Social Reminiscences and Corre-
spondence. Portraits and engraved titles. 4 vols. 12mo, half
blue calf, gilt, gilt tops, by Zaehnsdorf. Lond. 1852-53
743. JERROLD (BLANCHARD). The Life and Remains
of Douglas Jerrold. Portrait. 12mo, half morocco, gilt top.
* Presentation Copy from the Author : "To Charles Z?i<'Arn.
Esquire the First 'Perfect' Copy of the Life of his dear friend
Blanchard Jerrold. Dec. 24, 1858." Also an A. L. 8. of
Blanchard Jerrold in which he speaks of writing his father's
744. JERROLD (BLANCHARD). The Life of Napoleon
III. Derived from State Records, from unpublished Family
Correspondence, and from personal Testimony. Portraits
and facsimiles. 4 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Lond. 1874-82
745. JERROLD (DOUGLAS). The Works of Douglas
Jerrold, with an Introductory Memoir by his son. 4 vols.;
The Life and Remains of Douglas Jerrold, by Blanchard
Jerrold. Portrait and illustrations. 5 vols. 12mo, half green
morocco, gilt, gilt tops. Lond. 1859-64
* A. N. S. by the Author inserted.
746. JESSE (CAPTAIN). The Life of George Brummel,
Esq. Commonly called Beau Brummel. Revised and Anno-
tated Edition from the Author's own interleaved copy. 40>
portraits in Colour. 2 vols. 8vo, half red levant morocco, gilt
tops, uncut, by Stikeman. Lond. 1886
* Only 500 copies printed.
747. JESSE (JOHN H.). Memoirs of The Court of Eng-
land; During the Reign of the Stuarts, including The Protec-
torate. Numerous portraits. 3 vols. small 8vo, calf.
* A. L. S. of the Author inserted. Lond. 1857
748. JESSE (JOHN H.). Memoirs of The Pretenders, and
Their Adherents. Portraits. Small 8vo, polished calf.
749. JESSE (J. HENEAGE). Memoirs of the Life and
Reign of King George the Third. 3 vols. 8vo, half crimson
morocco, gilt top, uncut (name on half-titles). Lond. 1867
750. JESSE (J. HENEAGE). Memoirs of the Reign of
King George the Third. Second Edition. 3 vols. 8vo, blue
polished calf, gilt backs, gilt tops, uncut, by Larkins.
* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 113 portraits, in-
cluding many fine and some rare copper-plate and stipple en-
gravings of British statesmen and Bevolutionary officers, both
British and American. Comprises portraits of Franklin, Han-
cock, Washington, by Leney after Hudon's Bust, John Adams,
Wolfe, Putnam, Montgomery, Washington in uniform, from
Murray's History, Lafayette, and others, with a fine mezzotint
portrait of Lady Lenox.
A unique copy, many of the plates being original impressions,
and neatly inlaid to size where necessary, the whole presenting
an extended and interesting history of Great Britain during
the American Eevolution.
751. JESSE (J. HENEAGE). London: its Celebrated
Characters and Remarkable Places. 3 vols. in 6, 8vo, crimson
Jevant morocco, gilt backs, inside borders, gilt tops, uncut.
* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED COPY, extended to six vols. by the in-
sertion of 204 engraved plates (many inlaid), including por-
traits of celebrated characters in English History and Litera-
ture, views of historical buildings, etc., etc.; each vol. with a
,iew rubricated title-page bearing imprint: "Lond., Bentley,
A handsomely bound set, illustrating the history of the times.
752. JOHNSON (SAMUEL). Irene: a Tragedy. 8vo, half
calf (small tear in half-title). Lond. 1749
* FIRST EDITION of the author 's only play, with the half-title
and publisher's leaf of advertisements.
753. JOHNSON (SAMUEL). Boswell's Life of Johnson.
Edited by John Wilson Croker. Portraits. 3 vols. 8vo, green
levant morocco, gilt edges, by Holloway.
Lond.: Murray, 1847
* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED and extended to 3 vols. by the insertion
of 350 additional portraits and views, many inlaid; intruding
portraits of Johnson and his contemporaries, mezzotint por-
traits of Rev. George Whitefield and Edmund Burke, etc.
754. JOHNSON (SAMUEL). Boswell's Life of Johnson,
including Boswell's Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides and
Johnson's Diary of a Journey in North Wales. Edited by
George B. Hill. Portraits, map and facsimiles of autograph
Utters, etc., including a facsimile of the Round-Robin ad-
dressed to Dr. Johnson. 6 vols. royal 8vo, half light calf, gilt
tops, uncut. N. Y. 1889
* LARGE PAPER, limited to 300 copies.
755. JOHNSON (SAMUEL). Johnsonian Miscellanies.
Arranged and Edited by George B. Hill. 2 vols. 8vo, half
blue levant morocco, gilt, gilt tops, uncut. N. Y. 1897
* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 74 engraved por-
traits of Johnson and his contemporaries, views, etc., many in-
756. JOHNSON (SAMUEL). Rasselas, Prince of Abys-
sinia. Being a Facsimile Reproduction of the First Edition
published in 1759. With an Introduction by Dr. James
Macaulay ; and a Bibliographical List of Editions of Rasselas.
Small 8vo, boards (hinge of one vol. cracked). Lond. 1884
757. JOMINI (BARON HENRI, Napoleon's General; dis-
tinguished himself at Jena, in the Spanish Campaigns and
during the retreat from Russia; author of the Life of Na-
poleon, History of the War of Revolution, etc.). A. L. S.,
'I pp. 4to. Paris, March 5 [c. 1811]. With portrait by B. Roger.
2 pieces (inlaid).
*A VERY INTERESTING LETTER: "Am sending the maps re-
quested by you; although the size is that preferred by the Gen-
erals, I am sorry that they have not been made a little smaller;
hoivever each leaf can be rolled and placed in the pocket, if
necessary. You will observe Galicia, new map, Silesia, Germany
by Gotthold. This last map, which as a general one is the most
perfect in existence, will please very much your Excellency
/ have added some new maps, among which the British Islands
by Lapre. This has the advantage of showing all the coasts in
relation with the Islands for the landings, as well for the em-
barkings, which has a merit under the present circumstances."
758. JONES (CHARLES IXIGO). Memoirs of Miss
O'Neill; containing her Public Character, Private Life and
Dramatic Progress, from her Entrance upon the Stage. With
the beautifully colored engraved portrait by J. Kennerly.
FIRST EDITION. 8vo, half brown levant morocco, gilt top, un-
cut. Lond. 1816
* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of three fine engraved
759. JONSON (BEN). The Workes of Benjamin Jonson-
neque, me vt miretur turba, laboro : Contentus paucis lectori-
bus. Engraved title by Hole. Folio, old calf (rebacked, title
lacks margins and is mounted, portrait missing, 1 page torn
and other smaller defects). Lond.: Will Stansby, 1616
* First Folio edition of the collected works.
760. JONSON (BEN). Ben Jonson's Jests: or the Wit's
Pocket Companion; being a New Collection of the most In-
genious Jests, diverting Stories, pleasant Jokes, smart Repar-
tees, excellent puns, wise Sayings, witty Quibbles, and redicul-
ous Bulls .... Humorous Epitaphs, Facetious Dialogues, etc.
Third Edition, with additions and improvements. Frontis-
piece. Small 8vo, polished calf, gilt. Lond. : R. Baldwin, n. d,
761. JORDAN (MRS.). Public and Private Life of that
Celebrated Actress, Miss Bland, otherwise Mrs. Ford, or Mrs.
Jordan; late Mistress of H. R. H. the D. of Clarence, now
King William IV: delineating the Vicissitudes attendant on
her Early Life, etc. By a Confidential Friend of the De-
parted. 2 vols. 4to, brown levant morocco, gilt backs, gilt sides
with wide dentelle corners, inside borders, gilt tops, uncut,
by Kaufmann. Lond. : J. Duncombe, n. d.
* LARGE PAPER, only a limited number issued. EXTRA-ILLUS-
TRATED by the insertion of 129 portraits and plates of celebrated
actors and actresses of the day, character plates of scenes men-
tioned in the work, and views of various places, also India Proof
portraits of Mrs. Eobinson by S. W. Eeynolds, and others. With
a rare A. L. S. of Mrs. Jordan. The volume contains also 21
early English Play-Bills of the Theatre Eoyal Drury Lane and
Covent Garden, 1795-1814, in which Mrs. Jordan appears in the
casts with many of the best actors of the day.
One of the best Memoirs of this Celebrated Actress, portray-
ing the illustrious and fashionable characters of the time.
762. JOSEPHINE. Masson (Frederic). Josephine, Ira-
peratrice et Reine. Photogravure portraits of the Ladies of
the Court of France and a finely colored portrait of the
Empress Josephine. 4to, straight-grain green morocco, gilt
back, sides with wide gilt border and Royal Arms in centre,
gilt edges. Paris, 1899
* One of the Goupil series of Eoyal Monographs.
763. JOUBERT (ANDRE). Un Mignon De La Cour De
Henri III. Louis De Clermont, Sieur De Bussy D'Amboise,
Gouverneur D'Anjou. Illustrations. 8vo, half blue levant
morocco, gilt top, uncut, original wrappers bound in, by
Stikeman. Angers, 1885
764. JUAREZ (BENITO), president of Mexico (1806-72).
L. S., 1 p. 4to. Mexico, Dec. 23, 1870.
765. JUDGES OF ENGLAND (Foss), Lond. 1870; Life of
Nelson (Southey), Lond. 1861; Lives of the Speakers of the
House of Commons (Manning), Lond. 1851; and others. To-
gether 5 vols., various sizes and bindings.
766. JUNIUS. The Secret Revealed of the Authorship of
Junius's Letters by James Falconar, Jun. The Author's own
copy, with manuscript notes; An Attempt to Prove that Lord
Chatham was Junius; by John Swinden. Presentation in-
scription on tille. 2 vols. 8vo, wrappers.
Lond. and Leeds, 1830
* A. L. S. of John Sykes laid in.
767. JUNOT (ANDOCHE, Duke d'Abrantes, Napoleon's
Marshal). Official L. S. to the Minister of War, asking an
order of departure for Genl. Collot. 1 p. folio. Paris, 2 Nivose r
Year XII. With 8 portraits, including one finely colored.
9 pieces (6 inlaid).
768. KEAN (EDMUND). A. L. S., iy 2 pp. 4to. Edin-
burgh, October 1, .
* Fine letter to R. W. Elliston, with address and seal. It
reads in part: "/ had conceived that you individually did not
esteem my services to the Theatre and under that impression
judged it adviseable for both our sakes, to break the contract,"
769. KEAN (EDMUND). The Life of Edmund Kean,
from Published and Original Sources. By F. W. Hawkins.
FIRST EDITION. 2 vols. 8vo, half blue levant morocco, gilt,
gilt tops, uncut, by Stikeman. Lond. 1869
* Autograph signature of Edmund Kean inserted.
770. KEAN (EDMUND). The Life of Edmund Kean.
From Published and Original Sources. By F. W. Hawkins.
Portrait. 2 vols. in 3, 8vo, half crimson levant morocco, gilt,
gilt top, uncut Lond. 1869
EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 18 AUTOGRAPH LET-
TERS and Documents; 294 engravings, including portraits of
many noted actors and actresses of the day, many in character;
and various views; also 33 original Play-Bills of the Theatre
Royal Drury Lane and Covent Garden, 1797-1802, containing
the names of the celebrated actors of the time.
Among the autograph letters are the following: Edmund
Kean, A. L. S., 1826, also A. L. (3rd person) ; John Incledon,
A. L. S., to I. W. Crosthwaite, containing a favorable notice of
Mrs. Wood's acting; J. Winston the Comedian, A. N., regard-
ing the arrest of Mr. Jones, who testified that "it was through
playing cards and keeping late hours with Mr. Evans"; John
Fawcett, A. L. S., to John Sinclair, regarding a character part
for the latter; R. W. Elliston, A. L. S., to his Uncle Dr. Ellis-
ton, regarding family matters and his parents' errors caused
by "Vulgar society and bad manners"; also A. L. S. of Eliza
Elliston, his wife; John Bannister, A. L. S., relating to his
sickness; G. Column, A. L. S. to Win. Davenport, regarding
character part in play; Original Articles of Agreement made
between R. W. Elliston and Frances Pearce and A. L. 'a S. by
W. C. Macready, C. M. Young, Madame Mars, John Oxenford,
Mrs. Jordan, J. S. Munden, and Fanny Kemble.
771. KEATS (JOHN). Life, Letters, and Literary Re-
mains, of John Keats. Edited by Richard M. Milnes. FIRST
EDITION. Portrait and fac-simile of Keats' 's handwriting.
2 vols. 16mo, cloth, uncut. Lond. 1848
772. KEATS (JOHN). Poems. Introduction by Walter
Raleigh. Woodcut illustrations by Robert Anning Bell, colored
by hand by Miss Gloria Cardew. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut.
773. KEESE (WILLIAM L.). A Group of Comedians.
Portraits. 8vo, half crimson levant morocco, gilt top, uncut,
original wrappers bound in, by Stikeman.
N. Y.: The Dunlap Soc., 1901
* Only 265 copies printed.
774. KELLEN (WILLIAM VAIL). Henry Wheaton; an
Appreciation. Portrait. 8vo, boards, uncut. Bost. 1902
* A. L. S. of the author and A. L. S. of Henry Wheaton in-
serted, also a presentation slip of the author pasted in.
775. KELMSCOTT PRESS. History of Reynard the Foxe.
Done into English by William Caxton. Title and text printed
in red and black. Small folio, vellum, uncut.
Lond. : Kelmscott Press, 1892
* Only 300 copies printed. A. L. S. of William Morris in-
776. KELMSCOTT PRESS. Syr Percyvelle of Gales.
Overseen by F. S. Ellis, after the edition by J. 0. Halliwell
from the Thornton MS. Woodcut by E. Burne-Jones, Chaucer
type in black and red. 8vo, brown levant morocco, elaborately
gilt and blind-tooled back and sides, gilt top, uncut, by
Zaehnsdorf. Hammersmith, 1895
* Limited to 350 copies. -*
777. KEMBLE (JOHN). An Authentic Narrative of Mr.
Kemble 's Retirement from the Stage ; including Farewell
Addresses, Criticisms, Poems, etc., with an Account of the
Dinner given at the Freemasons' Tavern, June 27, 1817.
Plates. 8vo, extended to 2 vols. folio, half red levant morocco,
gilt, gilt edges. Lond. 1817
* This copy has been greatly extended by George Daniel, the
celebrated English writer and book collector, who, having
gathered many valuable letters and prints, had each page of
the original text, as well as the additional matter, neatly in-
laid by a competent artist, and bound in a substantial half
EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 75 fine Portraits,
caricature illustrations (some in colors) by Cruikshank, Gillray,
and Chapman; Colored Plates by E. R. Scanlan, Engravings
by Bartolozzi, 2 ORIGINAL DRAWINGS by CRUIKSHANK, one a
colored portrait signed, of Liston and the other a pencil sketch
of Fawcett as Hardy; ORIGINAL COLORED DRAWING, Portrait of
John Kemble, signed by Wilde; Original Play-bills, including
the Farewell Benefit Performance to Kemble; Original Broad-
sides, including the "O. K. " Reward for Black Jack and the
Farewell Address of the Management of the Covent Garden
Theatre to Mr. Kemble, 1817; Daniel's Ticket of Admission
to the Kemble dinner, newspaper clippings, containing an ac-
count of Kemble's Retirement, and many other interesting con-
temporary prints, etc.
Also AUTOGRAPH LETTERS and DOCUMENTS of celebrated
Statesmen, Authors, Actors, and Actresses of Great Britain,
including the following: Thomas Gray, the Poet, ORIGINAL
MANUSCRIPT, one-page folio, in the handwriting of Gray, con-
taining a Latin poem of 3 verses and arithmetic numbers,,
apparently the work of his college days, as the arithmetical
computations show his carelessness and dislike of mathematics;
John Adolphus (Historian), A. L. S., 4 pp. 4to, 1818, to Messrs.
Caddell and Davies, informs them that ne has been permitted
to dedicate his work to the Prince Regent, the publisher's letter
in reply accompanies it; Tom Moore, ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT
(2 pp. 4to) "Song of Inisfaile, " the original music score with
words, showing corrections; Sarah Siddons (actress), A. L. S.
(to the Prince of Wales), a request for the use of the Royal
Boxes at the theatre ' ' in case it should not be your Eoyal High-
nesses intention to occupy it," with letter from Maria S.
Listen, regarding the authenticity of the same; also A. L. S.
by Mrs. Siddons to Lady Charlotte Berry (3rd person) ; Lord
Holland, A. D. S., 2 pp. 4to; Thomas Dibdm (Theatrical Man-
ager), A. L. S., 1835, to J. P. Harley; Sir Thomas Lawrence,
2 A. L. 's S., one to his publisher regarding the dedication of
one of his prints; John Poole (author of "Paul Pry"), 2
A. L. 's S.; Miss Mitford (the Poetess), to the Duke of Bedford,
with present of works of Cicero; Thomas Campbell (the cele-
brated Poet), 2 A. L. 's S., one to Wm. Gray, regarding his
election for the third time by the students of the University of
Glasgow as Lord Rector of the University: "7 hesitated for
some time, but at last yielded to the impulse of dealing as
frankly as possible with the boys. I thought, and I still think
that I may be of some possible use to them and that if they
wish for me, I ought to be for this once more at their service. ' '
The volumes contain also many other rare and valuable Let-
ters, among which are A. L. 's S. by C. Kemble (5), R. Smirke,
C. M. Young, Charles Farley, John Fawcett, Theresa Kemble,
the Duke of York, Samuel Rogers the Poet, James Heath the
Engraver, G. Knight the Dramatist, W. C. Macready, J. Liston,
James Cobb, Wm. Gifford, C. Mathews and others of equal
importance in all 82 Autograph Letters and Documents.
778. KING (HORATIO). Turning on the Light. A Dis-
passionate Survey of President Buchanan's Administration,
from 1860 to its close. Portrait. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut.
* A. L. S. of Author inserted. Phila. 1895
779. KING (RUFUS). The Lifr and Correspondence of
Rul'us King, comprising his Letters, Private and Official, his
Public Documents and his Speeches. Portraits. 6 vols. 8vo,
half leather, gilt tops, uncut. N. Y. 1894-1900
* Letter-Press edition, limited to 750 copies. A signature of
Rufus King has been inserted in the first volume.
780. KINGS OF FRANCE. Les Augustes Representations
d' Tons les Roys de France, depuis Pharamond, jusqu'a Louys
XIIII: avec un Abrege Historique sous Chacun, Contenant
I'-iifs \;iissances, Inclinations, et Actions plus Remarquables
Pendant leurs Regnes. Engraved title and 64 copper-plate
port rails, by De L'Armessin, sculp. 4to, boards (margins of
title and of 8 plates cut down, text of 4 plates imperfect, small
stamp on title). Paris, 1711
Thursday Afternoon, January 21, 1915, at 2:30 o'clock.
781. KING'S FAVOURITES (Bickley), Lond. n. d. ;
ourt Beauties of Old Whitehall (Trowbridge), Lond. 1906;
George Sand and Her Lovers (Gribble), Lond. 1907. To-
gether 3 vols. 8vo, cloth.
782. KINGLAKE (A. W.). The Invasion of the Crimea:
its origin, and an account of its progress down to the death
of Lord Raglan. 9 vols. 12mo, cloth, uncut. Edin. 1890-88
783. KIPLING (RUDYARD). The Writing of Kipling
in Prose and Verse. Portrait and illustrations. 25 vols.
8vo, cloth, gilt tops, uncut (some backs faded).
N. Y. 1897-1910
* In the first volume an A. N. S. by Kipling is inserted. The
Outward Bound Edition.
784. KIRK (JOHN FOSTER). History of Charles the
Bold, Duke of Burgundy. Portraits. 3 vols. 8vo, cloth,
uncut. Phila. 1864
* Fine library edition.
785. KLE"BER (J. B., noted French Republican General;
accompanied Bonaparte to Egypt, who entrusted the chief
command to him when the former left Egypt; assassinated
at Cairo by a Turkish fanatic). A. N. S. to Genl. Duhesme.
1 p. 8vo. \ Prerial, year II. With 7 portraits. 8 pieces
786. KNIGHT (CHARLES). The Popular History of
England. An illustrated History of Society and Govern-
ment from the Earliest Period to our own Times. Numer-
ous portraits and illustrations. FIRST EDITION. 8 vols.
8vo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt tops. Lond. 1856-62
* Two A. L. S. of the author inserted in vols. 1 and 2.
787. KOSSUTH (LOUIS, leader of the Hungarian Revo-
lution. 1802-94). A. L. S. to J. M. Levy sending back
three letters which he believes rather meant for the Sunday
Times than for himself. 1 p. 8vo (inlaid). [London], Jan.
25, 1855. With 6 portraits of Kossuth and illustrations
from newspapers and magazines referring to him. 20 pieces.
788. KOTZEBUE (AUGUSTUS F. F. VON, celebrated
German dramatist. 1761-1819). A. N. S., 1 p. oblong
12mo. n. d. (inlaid). With 5 portraits. 6 pieces.
789. LACROSSE (BARON J. B. R. DE, French Admiral
and Captain- General of Guadeloupe in 1802. 1765-1829).
A. L. S. relating to the sending of a cross of the Legion
d'Honneur to M. Bounefoux. 1 p. 4to. Dec. 8, 1813.
Posted on a card board.
790. LADY MARY MONTAGU and Her Times (Pas-
ton), Lond. 1907 ; William Pitt and National Revival (Rose),
Lond. 1912; Memoir of the Life of Admiral Sir Edward
Codrington (Bourchier), 2 vols. Loud. 1873. Together 4
vols. 8vo, cloth.
791. LA FONTAINE (JEAN DE). Contes et Nouvelles
en Vers. Plates and vignettes by Gautier, Dulompre, Courbe,
Pigotj and others. 2 vols. small 8vo, maroon levant mo-
rocco, gilt, gilt tops, uncut. Rouen, 1879
* One of 150 copies on Holland paper.
792. LA FONTAINE (JEAN DE). Fables de La Fon-
taine. Illustrees par Grandville. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, morocco
backs, gilt (slightly foxed). Paris: Furne etCie., n. d.
793. LALLY-TOLENDAL (MARQUIS T. G. DE, French