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scribed on the half-title. Inscribed also by E. de Goncourt
in red ink on fly-leaf.

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901. TRENT (WILLIAM P.). William Gilmore Simms,
"Am. Men of Letters," Best. 1892; The Authority of Criti-
cism and other Essays, N. Y. 1899; John Milton, A Short
Study of his Life and Works, N. Y. 1899. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth.

Each volume is inscribed by the author in an interesting
fashion, with a reference to the book itself.

902. TRUMAN (BEN. C.). Semi-Tropical California.
FIRST EDITION. 8vo, cloth. San Fran. 1874

Autograph presentation copy from the author.

903. TROWBRIDGE (JOHN TOW;NSEND). The Book
of Gold and Other Poems. Illustrations. FIRST EDITION.
Square 8vo, decorated boards, gilt edges. N. Y. 1878

Contains an inscription by the author relating to the book.

904. TROWBRIDGE (JOHN TOWNSEND). Farnell's
Folly. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth. Bost. 1885

Inscribed by the author.

905. TURNER (ETHEL). In the Mist of the Mountains,
Lond. 1906 ; Seven Little Australians, Lond., n. d. ; The
Family at Misrule, Lond., n. d. ; Little Mother Meg, Lond.,
n. d. ; Betty and Co., Lond. 1905. 5 vols. 12mo, cloth.

Each volume contains an autograph inscription by the au-
thor, mainly relating to the book inscribed.

906. TURNER (HENRY GYLES). The First Decade of
the Australian Commonwealth. A Chronicle of Contemporary
Politics. 1901-1910. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Melbourne, 1911

The author has inscribed on the fly-leaf and a half-title a
long account of his reasons for writing the book, viz., "disap-
pointment with the result of Australian Federation." The
inscription is signed in full, and dated Feb. 4, 1911.

907. TURQUAN (JOSEPH). Souvenirs et Grandes
Dames. 5 vols. 12mo, original paper covers, uncut.

Paris, n. d.

FIRST EDITIONS. All with interesting inscriptions by the
author. Comprises : L 'Imperatrice Josephine ; La Generate
Bonaparte ; Les Favorites de Louis XVIII ; Madame De Mon-
tesson; Les Soeurs de Napoleon.

908. TYNAN (KATHERINE). Twenty-one Poem's by
Katherine Tynan: Selected by W. B. Yeats. 12mo, boards,
paper label, uncut. Dundrum: Dun Emer Press, 1907

Inscribed on the fly-leaf with original poem of two stanzas,
signed by the author. One of 200 copies printed.

909. TYNAN (KATHERINE). She Walks in Beauty,
1899 ; Love of Sisters, 1902 ; The House of the Crickets, 1908.
3 vols. 12mo, cloth. Lond. 1899-1908

Each volume with signature and poem inscribed on fly-leaf
in the author's autograph.

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910. TYNAN (KATHERINE). Dick Pentreath; Freda;
A Union of Hearts. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth. Lond. 1905-10

Each volume contains an inscription by the author.

911. UZANNE (OCTAVE). Le Calendrier de Venus.
8vo, half red levant morocco, gilt back, illustrated original
covers bound in, gilt top, uncut edges, by Allo. Paris, 1880

One of 16 copies printed on China paper, with a fine etched
frontispiece by Ferret; vignettes and tail-pieces in red. Au-
thor's presentation inscription in French covering the whole
page [giving his opinion of women]. Very characteristic.

912. UZANNE (OCTAVE). The Fan. First English
Edition. Illustrations in varying tints by Paul Avril. Royal
8vo, gilt top, uncut. Lond. 1884

Inscription on half-title in French: "A coquette without
a fan is like a gentleman without a cane in his hand, a soldier
without a sword, a bull-fighter without a mantle. Immediately
she has to renounce the conquest of the Flirt. She lias no
more the beautiful ornament of her deportment, which is her
offensive and defensive weapon, her sovereign sceptre. Octave
Uzanne."

913. UZANNE (OCTAVE). Les zigzags d'un Curieux.
Causeries sur 1'art des livres et la litterature d'art. Etched
frontispiece. 12mo, original wrappers, uncut. Paris, 1888

Limited Edition on Holland paper. Inscribed by Octave
Uzanne.

914. UZANNE (OCTAVE). Le Paroissien du Celibataire.
Illustrations de Albert Lynch gravees a I'eau-forte par E.
Gaujean. 8vo, wrappers, uncut (shaken). Paris, 1890

One of [50] copies on Japan paper. With the frontispiece-
in 2 states. Inscribed by the author.

915. UZANNE (OCTAVE). La Femme a Paris. Nos
Contemporaines. Notes successives sur Les Parisiennes de ce
temps dans leur divers milieux, etats et conditions. 320 illus-
trations in black and colors by Pierre Vidal. Imp. 8vo,
original wrappers. Paris, 1894

Author's presentation copy, with inscription on half-title
in French : "To Mr. James Carleton Young. This book en-
titled 'Les Contemporaines ' will become so soon the books
of the grandmothers. Octave Uzanne."

916. UZANNE (OCTAVE). Dictionnaire Bibliophilo-
sophique Typologique, Iconophilesque, Bibliopegique, et Bib-
liotechnique a 1'usage des Bibliognostes, des Bibliomanes et
des Bibliophilistins. 31 plates on Japan paper, including one
etching printed in colors, decorative borders throughout. 8vo,
original wrappers in original parchment boards with ties, un-
cut. Paris, 1896

One of 176 copies issued for members of Academic dea
Beaux Livres. Mr. Young's copy. Inscribed by Octave
Uzanne.

97



917. UZANNE (OCTAVE). La nouvelle Bibliopolis:
Voyage d'un novateur au pays de Neo-icono-Bibliomanes.
Illustre de 8 lithographies en couleurs, vignettes dans le texte
avec marges decoratives par Dillon, frontispiece a I'eauforte
de F. Rops. 12mo, original wrappers. Paris, 1897

Limited Edition, with autograph inscription on the half-
title.

918. UZANNE (OCTAVE). Les Modes de Paris. Varia-
tions du Gout et de I'Esthetique de la Femme 1797-1897. One
hundred hand-colored plates and two hundred and fifty text
illustrations by Francois Courboin, all very interesting for the
costumes of Parisian* Ladies of every condition during the
19th century. Imp. 8vo, three-quarter green levant morocco,
rich gilt and tooled back, gilt top, uncut, original covers bound
in, by Pouillet. Paris, 1898

One of 10 copies on Japan paper, with the full-page illus-
trations in two states in black and in colors. Inscription on
half-title in French: "To James Carleton Young. This evoca-
tion of Parisian modes, these moving pictures of the women
of the XlXth Century is offered to a sincere Book-Lover of
Minneapolis. Octave Uzanne. ' '

919. [UZANNE (OCTAVE).] Figures de Paris. Ceux
qu'on rencontre et celles qu'on frole. Proses de Jean Lor-
rain, Gustave Kahn. Franc-Nohain and other well-known
authors. Illustrated with 20 fine tinted plates by Victor
Mignot. 4to, original illustrated wrappers, Imprime pour les
Bibliophies independants. Paris, 1901

One of 200 copies published on Holland paper for the
Bibliophies Contemporaines. Inscribed on the half-title by
Octave Uzanne.

920. VANDAL (ALBERT). L'Avenement de Bonaparte.
8vo, original paper covers, uncut. Paris, 1903

Inscribed by the author.

921. VAN DYKE (JOHN C.) . The New New York : A Com-
mentary on the Place and the People. Illustrations by Joseph
Pennell, many in colors. 8vo, cloth, gilt top. N. Y. 1909

Inscribed by the author, with a note on Pennell 's illus-
trations.

922. VAN DYKE (HENRY). Historic Presbyterianism.
Three Sermons for the Times. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth,
uncut. N. Y. 1893

With the author's autograph.

923. VAN DYKE (HENRY). The First Christmas Tree.
Illustrated by Howard Pyle. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, cloth, gilt
top, uncut. ' N. Y. 1897

With a 3 -line autograph quotation by the author on the
fly-leaf.

98



924. VAN DYKE (HENRY). The Builders and other
Poems. 12mo, cloth, half vellum, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1898

With an autograph inscription by the author.

925. VAN DYKE (HENRY). The Gospel for an Age of
Doubt. 12mo, cloth, uncut. N. Y. 1898

Inscribed and signed by the author.

926. VAN DYKE (HENRY). The Toiling of Felix and
other Poems. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1900

A four-line autograph quotation, signed, by the author on
the fly-leaf.

927. VANDYKE (HENRY). The Ruling Passion. Tales
of Nature and Human Nature. With illustrations by W. Apple-
ton Clark. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut.

N. Y. 1901

With a signed autograph inscription by the author on the
fly-leaf.

928. VAN DYKE (HENRY). The Blue Flower. Por-
trait on Japan paper, and other illustrations. FIRST EDITION.
12mo, stamped olive green leather, gilt top, uncut.

N. Y. 1902
Edition limited to 500 copies, signed by the author.

929. VAN DYKE (HENRY). Essays in Application.
FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1905

With autograph inscription by the author.

930. VAN DYKE (HENRY). .The Builders and other
Poems. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, half vellum and cloth, gilt top,
uncut. N. Y. 1907

Autographed by Van Dyke.

931. VAN RENSSELAER (MRS. J. K.). The Goede
Vrouw of Mana-ha-ta at Home and in Society, 1609-1760.
FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth. N. Y. 1898

A. N. pasted on inside front cover, and on fly-leaf a signed
inscription by the author.

932. VERIIAEREN (SMILE). Les Moines. Poesies.
12mo, half cloth, uncut. Paris, 1886

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed by Verhaeren.

933. VERHAEREN (fiMILE). Flambeaux noirs. FIRST
EDITION. Frontispiece. 4to, original wrappers, uncut.

Bruxelles, 1891

One of only 5 copies on Japan paper. Inscribed by the
author.

934. VERHAEREN (fiMILE). Les Visages de la Vie.
8vo, original wrappers, uncut. Bruxelles, 1899

One of 20 copies on Holland paper. Inscribed by the
author.

99



935. VERHAEREN (fiMILE). Le Cloitre. 8vo, original
paper covers, uncut. Paris, 1900

FIRST EDITION. One of 15 copies on Holland paper. In-
scribed by the author.

936. VERHAEREN (3MILE). Les forces tumultueuses.
12mo, original paper covers, uncut. Paris, 1902

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed by the author.

937. VERHAEREN (fiMILE). Anthologie [des ses
poesies]. Portrait. 8vo, original paper covers, uncut.

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed by the author. Bruxelles, 1904

938. VERHAEREN (fiMILE). Les Rythmes souverains.
Poemes. 12mo, original paper covers, uncut. Paris, 1910

FIRST EDITION. One of 5 copies on Japan paper. In-
scribed by the author.

939. VERLAINE (PAUL). Poemes Saturniens. 12mo,
original covers, uncut. Paris, 1866

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed by the author.

940. VERLAINE (PAUL). Romances sans paroles. 12mo,
half cloth, uncut. Sens, 1874

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed by the author.

941. VERLAINE (PAUL). Les poetes maudits. With 3
portraits. 12mo, original paper covers, uncut (cover loose).

Paris, 1884

FIRST EDITION. Presentation copy from the author to F.
Champsaur. Inscribed by the author and by S. Mallarm6.
Pasted in is a caricature portrait of Verlaine.

942. VERLAINE (PAUL). Louise Leclercq. Le Poteau,
Pierre Duchatelet, Madame Aubin (Un acte). 12mo, original
covers, uncut. Paris, 1886

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed by the author.

943. VERLAINE (PAUL). Amour. FIRST EDITION. 12mo,
original covers, uncut. Paris, 1888

One of 50 copies printed on Holland paper. Inscribed by
the author.

944. VERLAINE (PAUL). Parallelement. 12mo, wrap-
pers, uncut. Paris, 1889

FIRST EDITION. Presentation copy from the author to F.
Champsaur, with inscription.

945. VERLAINE (PAUL). Dedicaces. Portrait de
I'auteur par A. F. Cazals. FIRST EDITION. 16mo, original
covers, uncut. Paris, 1890

One of 50 copies for subscribers only. M. le Comte de Vir-
mond's copy. Inscribed by Paul Verlaine.

100



946. VERLAINE (PAUL). Choix de Poesies. Portrait
of the author by E. Carriere. 12mo, half cloth, uncut.

Paris, 1891

FIRST EDITION. Presentation copy from the author, with
his inscription. Inserted is a fine original portrait of the
author by Robert Valdes, on Japan paper. The L. Dorbon
copy, with his bookplate.

947. VERLAINE (PAUL). Chansons pour Elle. FIRST
EDITION. 12mo, original paper covers, uncut (shaken and
loose). Paris, 1891

Holland paper copy. Extra-illustrated by a special title, 2
full-page original drawings, and 6 original drawings on mar-
gins signed A. Coulon, pupil of Rops. Paris, 1893. Inlaid
is a photograph of the illustrator with inscription to F.
Champsaur, and the original manuscript of Chanson I. ' ' Tu
n 'es pas du tout vertueuse, " signed by Paul Verlaine.

948. VERLAINE (PAUL). Bonheur. 12mo, original
covers, uncut. Paris, 1891

FIRST EDITION. One of 55 copies on Holland paper. In-
scribed by the author.

949. VERLAINE (PAUL). Epigrammes. Frontispiece
de F. A. Cazals. 4to, original covers, uncut. Paris, 1894

First and limited Edition. Inscribed by the author.

950. VERLAINE (PAUL). Invectives. 12mo, original
paper covers, uncut. Paris, 1896

FIRST EDITION. Inserted is the original signed manuscript
of the 54th poem, ' ' A Felicien Champsaur. ' '

951. VERNE (JULES). The Tribulations of a China-
man. Illustrated. 12mo, cloth, gilt edges. Lond. 1880

With autograph inscription in French by the Author.

952. VERNE (JULES). Famous Travels and Travellers.'
Trans, by Dora Leigh. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth. N. Y. 1892

With autograph inscription by the author, in French.

953. VERNE (JULES). Captain Autifer. Illustrated.
12mo, cloth, gilt edges. Lond. 1895

With autograph inscription by the author, signed.

9,54. VERNE (JULES). Les Indes-noires. FIRST EDI-
TION. 12mo, half calf. Paris, n. d.
Inserted is A. L. S. by Jules Verne dated Sept. 9, 1883,
and a portrait of the author by Ed. Marty.

955. VIEBIG (CLARA). Die Wacht am Rhein. 12mo,

original cloth. Berlin, 1902

FIRST EDITION. With 3 pp. of biographical inscription by
C. Viebig.

101



956. VILLIERS DE L'ISLE ADAM (COMTE DE).
Akedysseril. Illustrated. 8vo, three-quarters mauve levant
morocco, gilt top, uncut, original covers bound in, by Pouge-
toun. Paris, 1886

FIRST EDITION. One of 250 copies on Japan paper. Por-
trait of the author, frontispiece by Bops in three states and
vignettes in two states. Inscribed on the half-title: "A
Georges Landry, souvenir affectueux de son ami, Villiers de
I'lsle Adam."

957. VOGtffi (E. MELCHIOB DE). Le Fils de Pierre le
Grand. 12mo, half morocco, uncut. Paris, 1884

FIRST EDITION. Signed by the author on the half-title.

958. VOGtifi (LE MIS DE). Villars d'apres so corre-
spondance et des documents inedits. Avec portraits, gravures
et cartes. 2 vols. 8vo, original paper covers, uncut.

Paris, 1888

Presentation copy from the author, with his autograph in-
scription.

959. VOYNICH (E. L.). Jack Raymond. 12mo, cloth.

Inscribed by the author. Lond. 1901

960. WALISZEWSKI (K.). Litterature russe. 8vo,
cloth, uncut. Paris, 1900

Inscribed by the author on fly-leaf: "Above all it is
in America that they have accused me of slandering the
Russian literature in this "boolc, when I "have only thought
to show justice. This characteristic does honor to Sussia and
to America."

961. WALISZEWSKI (K.). Pierre le Grand ; La derniere
Romanov Elisabeth Ire. Portraits. 2 vols. 8vo, original paper
covers, uncut. Paris, 1897, 1902

Inscribed by the author.

962. WALISZEWSKI (P.). Ostalni Posel Polski do Forty
Ottomanskiej. [Le dernier ambassadeur Polonais a la porte
Ottomane] 1789-1792. Portrait. 2 vols. 4to, original paper
covers, uncut. Paris, 1894

Inscribed by the author. Published in Polish and French.

963. WALLACE (LEW). A Tale of the Christ. 12mo,
original cloth (a little rubbed) . N. Y. 1880

FIRST EDITION. With date and original dedication. Presen-
tation copy, inscribed by the author's autograph.

964. WALLACE (LEW). The Wooing of Malkatoon.
Commodus. Illustrations. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut.

N. Y. 1898

With 6-line poem in author's autograph, signed.
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965. WALKER (WILLIAM SYLVESTER, "Coo-ee").
In the Blood, Lond., n. d. ; Virgin Gold, FIRST EDITION, Lond.
1901; When the Mopoke Calls, Lond. 1898. 3 vols. 12mo,
cloth, uncut.

Presentation copies from the author, with inscription in his
autograph on each fly-leaf.

966. WARD (MRS. HUMPHRY). The History of David
Grieve. 12mo, cloth. N. Y. 1897

With inscription and signature of the author on fly-leaf.

967. WARD (MRS. HUMPHRY). Lady Rose 's Daughter.
Illustrated by Howard Chandler Christy. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth,
gilt tops, uncut. N. Y. 1903

Autograph Edition, limited to 350 copies, signed by the
author.

968. WARNER (ANNE). A Woman's Will; Seeing
France With Uncle John; In a Mysterious Way. 3 vols.
12mo, cloth. Bost. and N. Y. 1904-06-09

Each volume contains an inscription by the author.

969. WARNER (CHARLES DUDLEY). In the Wilder-
ness. 16mo, cloth. Bost., n. d.

Inscribed by the author.

970. WARNER (CHARLES DUDLEY). Our Italy.
With many illustrations. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut.

With autograph of the author on fly-leaf. N. Y. 1892

971. WARNER (CHARLES DUDLEY). On Horse-
back: a Tour in Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
12mo, cloth. Bost. 1896

Inscribed by the author.

972. WARNER (CHARLES DUDLEY). The People for
whom Shakespeare Wrote. Frontispiece. FIRST EDITION.
12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1897

Inscribed by the author.

973. WARNER (CHARLES DUDLEY). That Fortune.
12mo, boards, leather back, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1899

Inscribed by the author.

974. WATTS (HENRY EDWARD). Life of Miguel de
Cervantes. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. Lond. 1891

Inscribed and signed by the author.

975. WATSON (JOHN). The Potter's Wheel. FIRST
EDITION. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. Lond. 1897

Autographed by the author.

976. WATSON (JOHN). The Doctrines of Grace. FIRST
EDITION. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. Lond. 1900

Autographed by the author.

103



977. WATSON (JOHN, "Ian Maclaren"). The Cure of
Souls: Yale Lectures on Practical Theology, 1896. 12mo,
cloth, gilt top, uncut. Lond. 1896

FIRST EDITION. Signed by the author: "Tours faithfully,
John Watson."

978. WATSON (WILLIAM). Wordsworth's Grave and
Other Poems. Frontispiece. 12mo, boards, gilt top, uncut.

Lond. 1890
FIRST EDITION. Signed by the author on fly-leaf.

979. WATSON (WILLIAM). Excursions in Criticism,
being Some Prose Recreations of a Rhymer. 8vo, original
boards, uncut. Lond. 1893

FIRST EDITION on large Hand-made paper, of which only
50 copies were issued. Author's signature on fly-leaf.

980. WATSON (WILLIAM). The Father of the Forest
and Other Poems. Portrait. 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Lond. : John Lane, 1895

. FIRST EDITION on Large Hand-made paper, only 75 printed.

With author's signature on fly-leaf.

981. WATSON (WILLIAM). The Hope of the World
and Other Poems. 8vo, buckram, uncut.

Lond.: John Lane, 1898

FIRST EDITION. Large Paper issue, of which only 125 copies
were printed. Signed on fly-leaf by the author.

982. WATSON (WILLIAM, Editor). Lyric Love. An
Anthology. 16mo, cloth, uncut. Lond. 1892

Inscribed on fly-leaf with the autograph of the editor.

983. WELLS (H. G.). The Time Machine, An Invention.
FIRST EDITION. 16mo, cloth, uncut. Lond. 1895

Inscribed: "Written in 1893, 1894. H. G. Wells."

984. WELLS (H. G.). The Island of Doctor Moreau.
Frontispiece. FIRST EDITION. Crown 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Lond. 1896

Inscribed: "Written at the same time as the Wonderful
View. H. G. Wells."

985. WELLS (H. G.). The War of the Worlds. Crown
8vo, cloth. Lond. 1898

FIRST EDITION. With the autograph of author on half-title.

986. WELLS (H. G.). When the' Sleeper Wakes. Illus-
trated. FIRST EDITION. Crown 8vo, cloth.

Lond. and N. Y. 1899
Inscribed: " rudo indigesta moles. H. G. Wells."

987. WELLS (H. G.). Tales of Space and Time. FIRST
EDITION. Crown 8vo, cloth, uncut. Lond. 1900

Inscribed : ' ' These I think are my best stories. H. G.
Well*."

104



988. WELLS (H. G.). Ann Veronica, 1909; Tono-Bungay,
1909 ; The History of Mr. Polly, 1910. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth.

N. Y. 1909-10

Each signed by the author, with inscription telling where
each was written.

989. WEYMAN (STANLEY J.). Count Hannibal, A
Romance of the Court of France. FIRST EDITION. Crown
8vo, cloth, uncut. , Lond. 1901

Inscribed: "/ took great pleasure in the character of Count
Hannibal, which in its mingled ferocity and nobility is in a way
often characteristic of the time * * * . Stanley J. Wey-
man. ' '

990. [WHISTLER (J. A. McN.).] The Drama: Addresses
by Henry Irving. Frontispiece by Whistler. 12mo, cloth,
gilt top, uncut. N. Y. [1892]

Has Whistler's "butterfly" signature on fly-leaf.

991. WHITMAN (SIDNEY). Conventional Cant, Its Re-
sult and Remedy. Crown 8vo, cloth. Lond. 1887

With a quotation on fly-leaf by Sidney Whitman.

992. WHITING (LILIAN). The Florence of Landor.
Illustrated. 8vo, cloth. Bost. 1905

With an inscription by Lilian Whiting, telling how the book
came to be written and published.

993. WHITING (LILIAN). After Her Death; The Out-
look Beautiful. 2 vols. 16mo, cloth. Bost. 1897-1905

Both inscribed by the author.

994. WHITING (LILIAN). The Joy that No Man Taketh
from You ; From Dreamland Sent ; From Dream to Vision of
Life. 3 vols. 16mo, cloth. Bost. 1899-1906

All inscribed by the author.

995. WHITMAN (SIDNEY). Reminiscences of the King
of Roumania. Portrait. 8vo, cloth. N. Y. 1899

With an extract from the introduction on half-title.

996. WIGGIN (KATE DOUGLAS). Rebecca of Sunny-
brook Farm, Bost. 1903 ; Susanna and Sue, Bost. 1909. FmsT
EDITIONS. 2 vols. 12mo and 8vo, cloth.

Each volume is inscribed by the author with a quotation
from the book.

997. WILCOX (ELLA WHEELER). How Salvator Won
and other Recitations, Chicago, n. d. ; An Erring Woman's
Love, Chicago, n. d. ; Three Women, Chicago, n. d. 3 vols.
12mo, cloth and half calf.

With an autograph inscription in each volume by the author.

105



998. WILKINS (MARY E.). Madelon, N. Y. 1896; Pem-
broke, N. Y. 1894; Jerome, N. Y. 1897. Illustrated. FIRST
EDITIONS. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth.

Each volume bears an autograph inscription by the author;
two of the inscriptions being quotations from the books; the
third refers to the character of Barnabas Thayer in Pembroke
as being drawn from life.

999. WILKINS (MAEY E.). Understudies, N. Y. 1901;
By the Light of the Soul, N. Y. 1907 ; The Givers, N. Y. 1904.
3 vols. 12mo, cloth.

Each volume inscribed and signed by the author.

1000. WILKINS (MARY E.). The Love of a Parson Lord
and other Stories, N. Y. 1900 ; Silence and other Stories, N. Y.
1898, both FIRST EDITIONS; A New England Nun and other
Stories, N. Y., n. d. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth.

Each volume is inscribed by the author with a quotation
from the book.

1001. WILKINS (W. H.) AND FRANK THATCHER.
The Holy Estate, A Study in Morals. Crown 8vo, cloth.

Lond., n. d.

Inscribed by W. H. Wilkins: "This book must ~be regarded
merely as theoretical as I have no knowledge personally of
the 'Holy Estate.' "

1002. WILSON (AUGUSTA EVANS). St. Elmo. Illus-
trated. 8vo, cloth gilt, gilt top. N. Y., n. d.

Inscribed by the author with quotation of part of Edna
Earl's reflection on her MS. and signed by her in full. Laid
in is an A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo, from the author to Mr. Cook refer-
ring to the book and the inscription.

1003. WILSON (FRANCIS). Joseph Jefferson. Reminis-
cences of a Fellow Player. Illustrated. FIRST EDITION. 8vo,
cloth, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1906

With the following inscription by the author: "I think it
not too much to say that Joseph Jefferson in Eip Van Winkle
did as much to make Irving 's tale a classic as Washington
Irving did in writing it. Irving made the sketch a literary
glory. Jefferson made it a dramatic masterpiece. Francis
Wilson."

1004. WILSON (JAMES GRANT, Editor). Poetical Writ-
ings of Fitz-Greene Halleck, with Extracts from those of
Joseph Rodman Drake. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut.

Inserted is A. L. S. of the editor. N. Y. 1869

1005. WILSON (WOODROW). The State and Federal
Governments of the United States. 12mo, cloth. Bost. 1891

With autograph signature of the author.

106



1006. WILSON (WOODROW). An Old Master and Other
Political Essays. 16mo, cloth, gilt top. N. Y. 1893

With signed inscription on fly-leaf: "If man is a political
animal, he should ~be also a political spirit, making the polity
to which he belongs more moral, more ideal, more vigorous
at every point at which he touches it."

1007. WILSON (WOODROW). Epochs of American His-
tory. Division and Reunion, 1829-1889. Maps. 16mo, cloth.

N. Y. 1899

With signed inscription by the author: "Our national
history is singularly unified and consistent in its pattern.
Study but a single piece, and all the rest is related also, by
suggestion."

1008. WILSON (WOODROW). Constitutional Govern-
ment in the United States. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth, gilt
top, uncut. N. Y. 1908

With the following inscription by the author: "The con-
stitution of the United States, like the constitution of every
State, grows and is altered by force of circumstance and
changes in affairs. The effect of a written constitution is
only to render the growth more subtle, more studwus, more
conservative, more a thing of carefully, almost unconsciously,
wrought sequences. Our statesmen must, in the midst of



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