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TiirusoAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 21, - Lots 396-593

I I:II>AY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 22, - Lots 594-783

AT 2:3O O'CLOCK

Material on Exhibition from October 13fh



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1. All bids to be per Lot as numbered in the Catalogue.

2. The highest bidder to be the buyer; in all cases of disputed bids the
lot shall be resold, but the Auctioneer will use his judgment as to the
good faith of all claims and his decision shall be final.

3. Buyers to give their names and addresses and to make such cash
payments on account as may be required, in default of which the lots
purchased to be immediately resold.

4. Goods bought to be removed at the close of each sale. If not so
removed they will be at the sole risk of the purchaser, and subject to
storage charges, and The Anderson Galleries, Incorporated, will not be
responsible if such goods are lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed.

5. Terms Cash. If accounts are not paid at the conclusion of each
sale, or, in the case of absent buyers, when bills are rendered, this
Company reserves the right to recatalogue the goods for immediate
sale without notice to the defaulting buyer, and all costs of such resale
will be charged to the defaulter. This condition is without prejudice
to the rights of the Company to enforce the sale contract and collect
the amount due without such resale at its own option. Unsettled ac-
counts are subject to interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum.

6. All books are sold as catalogued, and are assumed to be in good
second-hand condition. If material defects are found, not men-
tioned in the catalogue, the lot may be returned. Notice of such
defects must be given promptly and the goods returned
within ten days from the date of the sale. No exceptions
will be made to this rule. Magazines and other periodicals, and all
miscellaneous books arranged in parcels, are sold as they are without
recourse.

7. Autograph Letters, Documents, Manuscripts and Bindings are sold
as they are without recourse. The utmost care is taken to authen-
ticate and correctly describe items of this character, but this Company
will not be responsible for errors, omissions, or defects of any kind.

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feature^ of $art VII.



This division of the great Collection of Autographs made by the late
Adrian II. Joline, Esq., of New York City, consists of Autograph Letters,
Documents, and Manuscripts by distinguished actors, artists, authors,
clergymen, judges, rulers, scientists, soldiers, and statesmen of England
and France.

Special attention may be called to the following:

AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED by Queen Adelaide, Queen Alexandra,
Princess Amelia, Caroline of Anspach, Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, Charles
I, George III, George IV, Henrietta Maria, Princess Mary, Princess
Sophia, William IV, and others;

LETTERS OR DOCUMENTS SIGNED by Alphonso, Queen Anne, Charles I,
Charles II, Edward III, Edward IV, Queen Elizabeth, George II, George
III, Henry VII, Henry VIII, Queen Victoria, William III, and others;

ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS AND LETTERS by Lord Byron, Thomas Gray,
Edward Fitzgerald, George Sand, Robert Southey, and others ;

AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED by Joseph Bonaparte as King of Spain;
by John Bright to Horace Greeley on the Civil war in America and the
re-election of President Lincoln; by Alfred Tennyson, regarding money
for his literary work; by Macaulay on slavery in the British West Indies,
and by the Brownings on literary subjects;

An exceedingly interesting and apparently unknown Autograph Letter
of 3% pages by John Keats to the Misses Jeffrey;

Autograph Letter Signed by Charles Lamb to Robert Southey regard-
ing George Dyer;

Autograph Letter by Robert Burns expressing his gratitude to the
family of Glencairn;

Fifteen Autograph Letters by Bulwer Lytton to his mother regarding
his separation from his wife;

A Life of Ainsworth, 2 vols., in sheets, extra-illustrated with 165 of his
Autograph Letters Signed, many A. L. S. from his contemporaries, and
140 portraits;

One of thirty copies of the Life of G. P. R. James by Mr. Joline, extra-
illustrated with 41 A. L. S. by James and many from his literary friends;

A series of interesting letters by Gilbert Motier, Marquis de Lafayette,
and a large collection of literary lettors by Mary Russell Mitford ;

A fine collection of English Play Bills; a large number of portraits of
the distinguished men and women of England and France; an Autograph
Poem signed by La Fontaine; the Manuscript Note Book of Charles Reade,
and many other great rarities of interest and importance to collectors of
autographs in Europe and America.



LIBRARY

OF THE LATE



OP NEW YORK

PART VII

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FIRST SESSION

Tuesday Aftcrnooon, October 19, 1915, at 2:30 o'clock
LOTS 1-195

1. ABERCROMBY (SIR RALPH, British General) . D. S.,
with 2 line inscription. 1 p. folio, Nov. 18, 1794. Military
document.

2. ABERDEEN (EARL OP, George Hamilton-Gordon).
L. S., 1 p. 4to, Foreign Office, Nov. 5, 1828. To Mr. Stuart,
mentions Sir Walter Scott, who is on his way to the south
of France for his health; Autograph Signature and 3 por-
traits. 4 pieces (2 inlaid).

3. ABINGER (LORD, Chief Baron of the Exchequer,
1834-44). 2 D. S.'s; 2 franks; 2 legal documents with holo-
graph opinions; engraved portrait. 7 pieces (1 inlaid).

4. ACTORS. Mrs. Bernard Beere (2) with 2 portraits;
Agnes Booth; Kean Buchanan; William Brereton, with por-
trait. 8 pieces.

5. ACTORS. A. L. S. of Beerbohm Tree, 1892; A. L. S.
of George Bartley, 1836; A. X. S. of C. B. Bishop, n. d.;
A. N. S. of Charles Farley, n. d. ; and others. Together 11
pieces.

6. ACTORS. J. W. Wallack. A. L. S. ; W. F. Wallett, the
Clown. A. L. S.; Harriet Waylett; Mrs. West; Benjamin
Webster. MS. of play; Fanny Pitt; Henry Robertson; and
4 portraits. 12 pieces.



7. ACTORS. J. L. Toole. 2 A. N. S.'s and 2 portraits;
Tennis T. Van Vechten. D. S. ; Miss Vandenhoff. A. L. S.
and portrait with signature; Miss Maria Tree; and others.
15 pieces.

8. ACTORS. Thomas Cooper. A. L. S. and stipple por-
trait; A. L. S.'s of Fanny Ayton and S. B. Bancroft; Edward
Compton; Fox Cooper; John Cooper; William Abbott; and
others. "With 15 portraits. 25 pieces.

9. ACTORS. Ellen Terry. A. L. S. and 5 portraits ; Mrs.
General Tom Thumb. Autograph note; Charles Walcott.
A. L. S. ; Daniel Terry. A. L. S. and portrait ; and others.
20 pieces.

10. ACTORS. Autographs of Alfred Bunn and Mrs. Bunn.
(12) ; Eliza Matthews; George F. Brown; Mrs. Tupper. 15
pieces; and 6 portraits. Together 21 pieces.

11. ACTORS. Mary Scott-Siddons. 2 A. L. S.'s, signa-
ture and portrait ; Horace Wigan, A. L. S. ; John Powell, 2
signatures and portrait ; Stuart Robson. Signature and 2 por-
traits ; Samuel Phelps ; and others. Together 29 pieces.

12. ACTORS. Autograph Letters by Helen Faucit (Lady
Martin); S. B. Bancroft; Edwin Adams ; Rose Eytinge;
Louisa Drew ; Julia Glover ; and others, with several portraits.
Together 31 pieces.

13. ACTORS. E. H. Sothern. 3 A. L. S. 's and 7 portraits ;
Francis Wilson. 2 A. L. S.'s and 12 portraits; Annie Russell.
A. L. S. and 2 portraits ; and others. Together 33 pieces.

14. ACTORS. Mrs. Brown Potter, 2 A. L. S.'s and 13
portraits ; Lillian Russell, 2 signatures and 17 portraits ; R. B.
Peake, 2 signatures; J. B. Buckstone; Elisa Paton; and others.
Together 46 pieces.

15. ACTRESSES. A. N. S. and autograph signature on
portrait of Francis Elizabeth Copeland ; A. L. of Miss Carew r
1820; A. L. S. of Leslie Carter, n. d. ; A. L. S. of Fanny
Davenport, n. d. Together 5 pieces.

16. ALDINGTON (HENRY, Lord Sidmouth). A. L.,
signed "Henry Addington." June 27, 1799 ; D., signed "Sid-
mouth." 1 p. folio, Whitehall, July 18, 1814. To Thomas
Wyndhall, Military circular. With portrait. 3 pieces (all
inlaid).

17. ADELAIDE, Queen of William IV of England.
A. L. S., 4 pp. 4to. Sudbury Hall, November, 1841.

* A curious letter without address, inscribed ' ' Directions for
my funeral." Probably written during a serious illness.

18. ADOLPHUS FREDERICK (PRINCE, Son of George
III). A. L. S., 11/2 pp. 4to, Windsor, Oct. 5, 1810, regarding
his sister's [Amelia] illness; A. L. S., 2 pp. 8vo, 1845, re-
fusing licences for shooting in The New Forest. Both letters
to Lady Neale. Together 2 pieces.

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19. AINSWORTH (WILLIAM HARRISON). ORIGINAL
MANUSCRIPT POEM ' ' To a Young Italian Lady. ' ' Seven verses
of four lines each, signed and dated, 1823. 2 pp. 4to.

* Written by Ainsworth when 18 years old.

20. AINSWORTH (WILLIAM HARRISON). A. L. S.,
3 pp. 12mo [July 14, 1836]. Inlaid.

* To John Macrone, mentioning Browning's Sordello, and the
chances of its success. It ends: "Get me Thackeray's address
from the Father as I wish to write to him. There is a picture
in the Museum at Paris I wish him to see."

21. AINSWORTH (WILLIAM HARRISON). A. L. S.,

3 pp. 16mo. London, 1838. Requesting a favorable review
of "Jack Sheppard," on the success of which he bases great
hopes. He refers to the Cruikshank illustrations as "astound-
ingly fine." Inlaid.

22. AINSWORTH (WILLIAM HARRISON). A. L. S.,

4 pp. 12mo. Lond., December 21, 1841. Portrait. 2 pieces.

* Not addressed, but probably to Martin F. Tupper. Fine
literary letter regarding the writing of (< Old St. Pauls," and
reading in part: "/ was in the agonies of finishing a romance
which I have recently published, and as I was writing against
time, was compelled to leave all my correspondence unanswered, ' '
etc.

23. AINSWORTH (WILLIAM HARRISON). A. L. S.,
2 pp. 12rao, Kensal Manor House, Harrow Road, Lond.
May 15, 1844. Refusing a contribution to the Magazine.
With an engraved portrait. Together 2 pieces.

24. AINSWORTH (WILLIAM HARRISON). A. L. S.,
2 pp. 12mo, Brighton, August 22, 1845. Inlaid.

* To Oilier, the publisher, regretting that he has to refuse an
article: ". . I have divided Marryat, Trollope, and Maxwell,
and wholly omitted myself, I have not a page to spare," etc.

25. AINSWORTH (WILLIAM HARRISON). A. L. S.,
2 a /2 PP- 12mo. 25 Oriental Place, Dec. 8 [1845].

* To Horace Smith, regarding the publication of a poem, and
other literary matters.

26. AINSWORTH (WILLIAM HARRISON). A. L. S.,
4 pp. 12mo, Kensal Manor House, Dec. 11, 1846. Inlaid.

* To Horace Smith ; enclosing cheque for a number of articles
for his magazine, and on literary matters.

27. AINSWORTH (WILLIAM HARRISON). A. L. S.,

1 p. 12mo. Reigate, December 5, 1871.

* Not addressed ; regarding his relative, Mr. Francis Ains-
worth.

28. AINSWX)RTH (WILLIAM HARRISON). A. L. S.,

2 pp. 8vo. Kingston, Sunday, n. y. Inlaid.

* To George [Cruikshank], reading in part: "Pray, when
you are at the Tower, sketch the gateway of the Bloody Tower
from the south. The chamber where the Princes were murdered,"
etc.

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29. AINSWORTH (WILLIAM HARRISON). A. L. S.,
3 pp. 12mo, Kensal Manor House, March 6, 1851. Inlaid.

* To Oilier, the publisher ; reading in part : "A new edition
of your old friend Eookwood, in good legible type, is in the
press," etc.

30. AINSWORTH (WILLIAM HARRISON). ORIGINAL
MANUSCRIPT of "Charles IX at Montf aucon, " A Poem of 9
verses of 4 lines each, with several foot-notes. 2 pp. folio.

* Appears in ' ' Crichton. ' '

EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED LIFE OF AINSWORTH, WITH

ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE LETTERS

BY THE AUTHOR.

31. AINSWORTH (W. H.). William Harrison Ainsworth
and his Friends. By S. M. Ellis. 4 photogravure plates and
52 other illustrations. 2 vols. loose in sheets. Lond. 1911

* AN EXTREMELY INTERESTING AND VALUABLE EXTRA-ILLUS-
TRATED COPY OF THE LIFE OF AINSWORTH, with hundreds of
autograph letters and portraits loosely laid in, prepared for
binding.

The illustrations added to the book number 140, and include
portraits of most of Ainsworth 's friends and contemporaries.

A remarkably important series of 165 autograph letters by
Ainsworth are distributed throughout and many of them have
been incorporated in the text of the book. A large number of
the letters are addressed to his publishers and relate to the
various works he had under way at the time, giving an insight
into his methods of work and various literary activities.

Mr. Joline aided the author of this book greatly by loaning
him all of the autographic material by Ainsworth and his friends
which he had collected. There are 20 letters from Ellis in the
above volumes, in which he tells of the progress of his work and
mentions the help received from Mr. Joline.

Besides the letters by Ainsworth and Ellis there are others
by Shirley Brooks, John Hughes, Dr. E. V. Kenealy, Georgiana
Hogarth, Miss Mitford, Charles Mackay, Mrs. Gore, John Forster
(9), Sydney Smith, Alex. Bain, George Cruikshank, Douglas
Jerrold, Blanchard Jerrold, W. P. Frith, H. K. Browne, Edwin
Arnold, Lord Palmerston, Octavian Blewitt, Jennett Hum-
phreys, Edmund Yates, F. H. Yates, T. Crofton Croker,
D. Brewster, Lord Houghton, William Maginn, E. S. Mackenzie,
G. B. Sims, J. Scarlett, Alfred d'Orsay, G. A. Sala, Baron
Lyndhurst, Maria Edgeworth (signature), Lord Brougham,
Lord Eussell, Alexander Dyce, Edwin Landseer, N. P. Willis,
Daniel Maclise, John Poole, John Leech, George Hogarth,
G. W. M. Eeynolds, Eobert Moncrieff, John B. Buckstone, Albert
Smith, John Timbs, Sir Theodore Martin, W. C. Macready,
Clarkson Stanfield, G. E. Gleig, Lewis Melville, Eichard Cobden,
Samuel Parr, Leigh Hunt, B. W. Proctor, Eobert Peel (signa-
ture), W. Jerdan, S. C. Hall, Caroline Norton, Horace Smith,
J. Payne Collier, Eobert Bell, and others.

32. AKENSIDE (MARK, Poet, 1721-70). A. L. S., 1 p.
4to, Sept. 16, 1762. To his sister, notifying her of changing
his address to Piccadilly. With 2 portraits inlaid on folio
sheet. Together 2 pieces. Scarce.



33. ALBANY (LOUISE STUART, COUNTESS OF). 4
autograph letters in French, addressed to Baron Conrad de
Malsen, and consisting of 15 pp. 4to, closely written, [n. pi.,
c. 1788-1803.] 4 pieces.

* An interesting collection of letters dealing partly with a
lawsuit going on between the Countess and Baron Wachter.
The Countess mentions also her friend Count Alfieri, compares
English, French and German literature, etc.

34. ALBERT, PRINCE CONSORT OF QUEEN VIC-
TORIA. L. S., 21/2 pp. folio. Windsor Castle, October 18,
1851. To Dr. Steinheis, regarding a medal awarded him in
connection with the Exhibition of 1851 ; 2 portraits, inlaid.
3 pieces.

36. ALBERT, PRINCE CONSORT OF QUEEN VIC-
TORIA. Autograph Description of Marshal Magnan, used in
his autograph collection. 8 lines on a 4to sheet of paper.
Portraits. Together 6 pieces, 4 inlaid.

36. ALBEMARLE (GEORGE MONK, Duke of). D. S.,

1 p. folio. January 21, 1668; 3 portraits. 4 pieces, inlaid.
Order for payment of interest, signed also by Baron Thomas
Clifford. Scarce.

37. ALBUM of Autograph Letters in the handwriting of
Distinguished Englishmen, including "Tom Taylor," the
editor of Punch ; Alfred Bunn ; Sir William Jardine ; William
Moncrieff ; G. W. M. Reynolds ; Samuel Warren ; Ford Madox
Brown ; Earl Granville; Samuel Wilberforce ; John G. Nichols ;
and others. Together about 50 letters, in an old half leather
blank-book.

* A very interesting collection.

38. ALEXANDRA, Consort of Edward VII. A. L. S.,

2 pp. 18mo, on a card, with arms. March 12, 1888. To Sir
Frederick [Leighton] thanking him for a gift. 2 portraits,
inlaid. 3 pieces.

39. ALFONSO XII, King of Spain. L. S., to Cardinal
Lorenzo Nina. 1 p. folio. Madrid, Jan. 31, 1885 (inlaid).

40. ALL1NGH AM (WILLIAM, Poet. 1824-1889). A. L. S.,
1 p. 8vo. Ballyshannon, 1850. To his bookseller; A. L. S.,
1 p. 8vo. Hawkhurst, 1871. To Miss Field. Together 2
pieces (inlaid).

41. ALMA-TADEMA (SIR LAURENS). A. L. S., 1 p.
16mo. London, June 21, 1877. Not addressed ; regarding an
appointment. Inlaid.

42. AMELIA (PRINCESS, Daughter of George III).
A. L. S., 5 pp. 4to. Windsor, 1797. To Lady Neale. An
Intimate personal letter mentioning a vessel captured by Sir
Harry Neale.



43. AMELIA (PRINCESS). A. L. S., 3 pp. 4to; and
part of autograph letter, 4 pp. 4to. Windsor Castle, 1806.
Mentions Lords Nelson, St. Vincent, Cornwallis, &c., and
William Pitt. 2 pieces.

44. AMELIA (PRINCESS). A. L. S., 4 pp. 4to. Wind-
sor, n. d. ; A. L. S., 11/2 pp. 4to ; A. N. S., 1 p. 4to ; A. L. S.,
3 pp. 8vo. To Lady Neale. 4 pieces.

45. ANGLESEY (MARQUIS OF, English Field Marshal),
A. L. S., 11 pp. 8vo. Oct. 31, 1840. To Col. Frederic Stovin,
on affairs concerning Prince Albert's Hussars. With a por-
trait. 2 pieces.

46. ANNE (Queen of England). D. S., 1 p. folio. Court
of St. James, March 11, 1701 [1702] In the First Year of Our
Reign. To the Commissioners for Executing the Office of
Keeper of our Privy Seal.

* Interesting document relating to the use of the seal of
William III. : ' ' We do hereby Authorise and Empower You to
make use of the Privy Seal, engraven with the Arms, Name and

Inscription of Our Dear Brother the late Deceased King

untill an other Privy Seal be made."

47. ANNE, Queen of England. Letter subscribed and
signed. iy 2 p. folio. Windsor, Sept. 29, 1714. To Silvestro
Valerio Doge of Venice. Introducing Richard Hill as her
Ambassador. In Latin.

48. ANNE, Queen of England. Autograph signature on
a portion of a Document. With seal. Also 2 portraits,
3 pieces (inlaid).

49. ANVILLE (J. B. BOURGUIGNON D' ; eminent Geog-
rapher). Autograph manuscript entitled "Essai de traduc-
tion de fragmens de Strabon. Fragment du Livre 16." 24 pp,
and an autograph note, 4to.

50. ARBUTHNOT (JOHN, Poet and Wit. 1667-1735).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. London, June 26, 1719. Telling of an
invitation to dinner by the Duke of Chandos, and arranging
to meet his correspondent at Brantford. Inlaid. RARE.

51. ARBUTHNOT (GENERAL SIR THOMAS). A. L. S.,
1 p. 8vo, 1843. Inlaid ; Gen. Sir Ulysses B. Burgh, Welling-
ton's aide in Peninsula. Addressed envelope front, with
frank. Together 2 pieces.

52. ARMY CONTRACT. Assignment of Off-Reckonings,
48th Regiment of Foot, 1801. Signed by Generals William
Fawcett; William Harcourt; and Charles Stanhope, Earl of
Harrington. 1 p. folio.

53. ARMY CONTRACT. Assignment of Off-Reckonings,
Cambrian Fencible Infantry. 2 pp. folio. July 4, 1801. Certi-
fied and signed by Generals Sir William Fawcett, William
Harcourt, and Alured Clarke. With portrait of General
Clarke. Together 2 pieces (inlaid).

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54. ARNOLD (SIR EDWIN, Author). A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo.
London, 1884. Relates to his works on Indian magic; A. L.
(3rd person), l l / 2 pp. 8vo. London. Offers a poem to the
editor of "Independent." Together 2 pieces, inlaid.

55. ARNOLD (SIR EDWIN, Author). Autograph quota-
tion of 4 lines from "The Light of the World." With 2
inlaid portraits. Together 3 pieces.

56. ARNOLD (MATTHEW). A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo. London,
Oct. 4, 1882. Refers to "Cromwell" and "Friendship's Gar-
land." With 3 portraits (one on Japan paper). Together
4 pieces, 3 inlaid.

67. ARNOULD (SOPHIE; celebrated French Actress).
A. L. S., 1 p. 12mo, with leaf of address. Paris, 30 Prairial,
Year VI (1798). With 2 engraved portraits, one proof on
India paper by Nargeot. 3 pieces.

* To Citoyen Botot, secretary of Barras. "Oh! you have for-
gotten me, dearest and most beloved friend; you have forgotten
Sophie, the beloved sister of your oldest friend. I ask from our
dear director only a very little rendez-vous ; tell to him also, to
reassure him, that it is neither that of a Courtisan, nor of a
Courtisanne ..." Translation.

'58. ARTISTS. Trumbull (John). A. N. S. and pencil
drawing on a card, Dec. 1790; A. L. S. by Sir J. E. Millais,
2 pp. Aug. 1864; A. L. S. by John Carmichael, 3 pp. June
1853; and others. Together 6 pieces.

59. ARTISTS. A. L. of Benj. R. Haydon, 4 pp. 4to (in-
complete), n. p., n. d. To the Editor of the Quarterly Review;
A sheet of ink and pencil sketches for an historical picture,
probably by John Trumbull, 1 p. 4to; A. L. S. of William
Kaulbach, iy 2 pp. 8vo, Nov. 29, 1865. Together 3 pieces.

60. ARTISTS. A. L. S. of Wm. P. Frith, 2 pp. 8vo, 1868.
To Mrs. Cattermole ; Portion of A. L. S. of W. Holman Hunt,
1V 2 pp. To Edwd. Clodd. With 3 portraits. Together 5
pieces.

61. ASTRONOMERS. A. L. S. by Sir John F. W. Her-
schel. 2 pp. July, 1827; Another of 2 pp. 12mo, n. d. ;
A. L. S. by Sir George B. Airy. 2 pp. Feb. 1827 ; Autograph
sentiment by Richard A. Proctor. Together 4 pieces.

62. AUCKLAND (BARON, William Eden). A. L., signed
" William Eden." Paris, Feb. 21, 1788.

* A closely written 4-p. letter referring to the close of his
embassy (the negotiation of a commercial treaty with France),
and reviewing at length his desire for a Peerage, which was
granted to him in 1789.

63. AUGUSTA SOPHIA (PRINCESS, Second Daughter
of George III). 3 A. L. S.'s, of 1, 2 and 6 pp. 8vo. 1838-40.
To Lady Neale, one promising to have the King mention Sir
Harry Burrard Neale to Lord St. Vincent.

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64. AUGUSTA SOPHIA (PRINCESS). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to.
May 5, 1806. To Lady Neale, telling her in glowing terms of
the naval victory won by Sir Harry Neale, in which he cap-
tured the French Admiral Linois.

65. AUGUSTA SOPHIA (PRINCESS). A. L. S., 3 pp.
4to. 1837. To Lady Neale ; ; A. L. S., 2y 2 pp. 8vo ; 2 notes
telling of the last interview between the King and Princess
Amelia; and short sketch of Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia.
Together 5 pieces.

66. AUSTIN (ALFRED, Poet Laureate) . A. L. S., 3 pp. 8vo.
Ashford, Kent, 1896. Expressing surprise at the number of
his own publications. With addressed envelope and engraved
portrait. Together 3 pieces, inlaid on 2 folio sheets.

67. AUTHORS. Horner (Francis, Politician and Essayist).
A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to. London, 1804; Anne Grant (of Laggan).
Signature; Edward Kavanagh. Signature; Joseph Hatton.
A. L. S. ; Julius C. Hare. Author. A. L. S. ; H. Martyn Hart.
A. L. S. Together 6 pieces.

68. AUTHORS. Fred. G. Burnaby, A. L. S. 1898 ; John
Ker, Duke of Roxburghe, D. S. 1768 ; David Ricardo, A. L. S.
1822; William Prynne, D. S. 1661; Francis Macerone, 3
A. L. S. Portraits. Together 10 pieces.

69. AUTOGRAPHS. A collection of about 130 autograph
letters [ca. 1833], addressed to Edward Moran, Editor of
London "Globe and Traveller," by prominent men of letters,
theatrical managers, Actors, M.P.'s, etc., relating to current
questions of politics, drama and letters, including the Corn
Laws and the Irish Question. Unbound, in 8vo folder.

* Among the writers are Harcourt Vernon ; Col. Pizarro ; Sir
James F. Lyon; Lord William Lennox (on the purchase of
human bodies as an incentive to murder) ; F. Villiers; Adolphus
Bach (regarding Russia 's .treatment of the Poles) ; Lord Jarvis;
Sir Francis Freeling; Samuel Crompton; W. Elliot, of Queens
Theatre; Michael Ryan; J. S. Bolls (inviting the editor to a
glass to banish malice) ; James Oilier; J. Parker of Drury Lane;
etc.

70. AYTOUN (W. EDMONSTOUNE, Author of "Bon
Gaultier Ballads," etc.). A. L. S., 4 pp. 8vo. Edinburgh,
1859. To Miss M. M. Bell, discussing the masonic fraternity
and his own literary work. Inlaid.

71. BAILEY (PHILIP JAMES, Author of "Festus,"
etc.). A. L. S.'s to Mrs. Howitt and others. 1862-84. (3) ;
T. Baillie. 3 A. L. S.'s (2 to Mrs. Farrer). Together 6 pieces
(all inlaid).

72. BALZAC (HONORS DE). The Novels of Balzac.
Now for the first time completely translated into English.
Etched illustrations. 53 vols. 8vo, cloth, gilt tops, uncut. (A
few pages misprinted in "Cousin Betty".) Phila., n. d.

* Limited edition.

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73. BALZAC (HONORE DE). A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo. Oct. 16
[n. pi., no year] . Sending a book to M. Coster. With 2 por-
traits. 3 pieces (inlaid).

74. BARBAULD (ANNA L., Poet. 1743-1825). A. L. S.,
3y 2 pp. 4to. Palgrave, April 10, n. y. To Mons. Taylor, one
of her old pupils; mentions Shakespeare. With 2 portraits.
Together 3 pieces (inlaid on 2 folio sheets).

75. BARBAULD (ANNA L.). A. N. S., 1 p. square 16mo.
Containing an invitation to dinner and to meet Mrs. Opie and
Richard Taylor. With portrait. 2 pieces, inlaid on folia
sheet.

76. BARHAM (RICHARD HARRIS, Author of "In-
goldsby Legends"). Original Manuscript Poem : "A Clifton
Eclogue," signed with initials. 24 verses, each of 4 lines.



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