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Thoughts in Ballad and other Verse. By Two Tramps.
Square 12mo, wrappers, uncut. Lond. 1886

Printed on vari-colored paper. Inscribed by Alfred T. Story,
one of the authors.

668. SYLVA (CARMEN). Marchen einer Konigin (A
Queen's fairy tales). Photogravure portrait of the author
and illustrations by Elias Sidus Kado. 12mo, original cloth.

Bonn, n. d.

Inscribed: "Fairy tales are pure philosophy and finest liter-
ature, very difficult to attain! Elisabeth." [Queon of Rou-
mania.]

669. SYLVA (CARMEN). Songs of Toil. Trans, by John
Eliot Bowen. 18mo, cloth. N. Y. : Stokes, n. d.

On the two pages of the fly-leaf and back of the frontis-
piece has been engrossed the Poem "A Coronation," which
has been signed by the Queen-poet, " Elisabeth. "

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670. SYLVA (CABMEN). Aus Carmen Sylvas Konig-
reich (From Carmen Sylva's Kingdom). 12mo, original cloth.

Bonn, 1887

Inscribed in pencil: "Many of these are taken from the
lips of my beloved poet! [Vacaresco] Elisabeth. [Queen of Rou-
mania.]

671. SYLVA (CARMEN, Translator). Rumanische
Dichtungen (Roumanian Poetry). 12mo, original cloth.

Bonn, 1889

Inscribed in pencil : ' ' Translated especially from my beloved
Alexandri. Elisabeth." [Queen of Roumania.]

672. [SYLVA (CARMEN).] Rache und andere novellen
(Revenge and other stories) von Dito and Idem. 12mo,
original cloth. Bonn, 1890

Inscribed in pencil: "I consider Rache as one of my good
stories. It was partly told me. Pablo Domenech was told me
by the French minister who had been eyewitness. Elisabeth."
[Queen of Roumania.]

673. SYLVA (CARMEN). Frauemnuth. (Women's gal-
lantry.) 12mo, original cloth. Bonn, 1890

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed in pencil: "My dramatic essays,
some of which have been played here in France and in Ger-
many; some are now being made into operas. Elisabeth."
[Queen of Roumania.]

674. [SYLVA (CARMEN).] Elisabeth of Roumania. A
Study. With two Tales from the German of Carmen Sylva
Her Majesty Queen Elisabeth. By Blanche Roosevelt.
Frontispiece portrait. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Lond. 1891

The Queen has inscribed the half-title of the volume as fol-
lows: "One is not responsible for what other people write
about you! Carmen Sylva."

675. SYLVA (CARMEN). Leidens Erdenzang. (Pilgrim
sorrow.) 12mo, original cloth. Berlin, 1899

Inscribed in pencil : ' ' These stories were written with par-
ticular care and love. Elisabeth." [Queen of Roumania.]

676. SYLVA (CARMEN). Thau (Dew). Poems. Square
16mo, original cloth, gilt edges. Bonn, 1900

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed in violet ink: "Out of ten years
suffering! Carmen Sylva. Elisabeth." [Queen of Rou-
mania.]

677. SYLVA (CARMEN). A Real Queen's Fairy Tales.
Illustrated. 12mo, cloth. Chicago, 1901

Inscribed by the author: "This book was written for Ameri-
can Children. Elisabeth."

678. SYLVA (CARMEN). Segen fiir das Haus (Bless-
ings for the home). 8vo, full black calf, gilt edges. In a
case. Berlin, 1901

Inscribed in pencil: "This book was made by my mother
after the first stroke of apoplexy warned her of approaching

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death. She read up to ten sermons a day, to choose small
pieces, fit for her household service. They were copied by
Baroness Loe. Everything that is unsigned was written by
my mother herself. Elisabeth [Queen of Koumania]. Carmen
Sylva. Bucarest Jan. 29, 1903. On my mother's first birthday
since her death."

679. SYLVA (CARMEN). Gefliisterte Worte. (Whis-
pered words.) 16mo, limp leather, gilt edges.

Regensburg, 1903

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed in pencil: "For the tired and
aching hearts and sleepless eyes. Elisabeth." [Queen of Rou-
mania.]

680. SYLVA (CARMEN). Hand Zeichnungen (Sketches).
12mo, original cloth, gilt edges. Berlin, 1906

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed in pencil: "Close observations.
Carmen Sylva." [Queen of Eoumania.]

681. TAILHADE (LAURENT). Vitraux. 12mo, origi-
nal wrappers, uncut. Paris, 1891

Limited Edition on Holland paper. Inscribed by the author.
Laid in is A. L. S. from the author to Catulle Mendes.

682. TAILHADE (LAURENT). Poemes aristophan-
esques. 12mo, original paper covers, uncut. Paris, 1904

One of 12 copies on Holland paper, with autograph inscrip-
tion and a portrait of Laurent Tailhade.

683. TAILHADE (LAURENT). La Feuille a 1'envers,
revue en un acte. 12mo, original paper covers, uncut.

Paris, 1909

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

684. TERAMOND (GUY DE). Les vers de vingt ans.
Illustrated by Guydo. 12mo, original wrappers, uncut.

Paris, 1891

LIMITED EDITION. With a characteristic inscription from the
author, to Willy.

685. THEURIET (ANDRE). L'Abbe Daniel. Illustra-
tions de Jeanniot. 16mo, full brown levant morocco, gilt
edges, gilt inside borders, by Kauffmann. Paris, 1893

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed by the author.

686. THOMPSON (FRANCIS). New Poems. 12mo,
cloth, gilt, uncut. Bost. 1897

Signed by the author, with verse in his autograph.

687. THOMPSON-SETON (ERNEST). Wild Animals I
Have Known. 200 drawings. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut.

Inscribed and signed by the author. N. Y. 1900

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688. THOMPSON-SETON (ERNEST). Monarch the Big
Bear of Tallac. With 100 drawings. FIRST EDITION. 12mo,
cloth, uncut. N. Y. 1904

Inscribed and signed by the author.

689. THOMPSON-SETON (ERNEST). The Birch-Bark
Roll of the Woodcraft Indians. Illustrated. 12mo, wrappers.

Signed inscription by the author on half-title. N. Y. 1907

690. THORPE (FRANCIS N.). William Pepper, M.D.,
LL.D. (1843-1898). Provost of the University of Pennsyl-
vania. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth. Phila. 1904

Inscribed, "It is intended as a memorial of the remarkable
man whose career it sketches. . . . Francis N. Thorpe. ' '

691. TOUDOUZE (GUSTAVE). La Tete-Noire. FIRST
EDITION. 12mo, cloth, uncut. Paris, 1888

Unique copy on Japan paper with inserted folio page of the
original manuscript "La Chouette" from this novel. Pre-
sented by the author to E. de Goncourt, with printed dedica-
tion and inscribed on the half-title. Inscribed also by E. de
Goncourt in red ink on fly-leaf.

692. TOURGEE (ALBION W.). The Veteran and his
Pipe. 12mo, cloth. Chicago, n. d.

With inscription in the form of an A. L. S., in which the
author says that this copy is one of a pirated edition, without
authority of any sort, and that he hopes soon to meet the
publishers in a Federal Court if there is anything left of them
to meet.

693. TRENT (W. P.). Longfellow and Other Essays.
12mo, cloth. N. Y. 1910

With an inscription on fly-leaf by the author.

694. TROWBRIDGE (JOHN T.). The Vagabonds and
other Poems. 16mo, cloth. Bost. 1875

Autograph presentation copy from the author.

695. TROWBRIDGE (JOHN T.). The Lost Earl, with
other Poems and Tales in Verse. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, gilt
edges. Bost. n. d.

Inscribed by the author with a poetic quotation from the
book, signed.

696. TURKISH DRAWING in colors, representing the
Tomb of Mohammed at Mecca. Large folio. Saec. XVIII

697. TURQUAN (JOSEPH). The Love Affairs of Napo-
leon. Trans, from the French by J. Lewis May. With
numerous portraits. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. Lond. 1909

With inscription in French by the author.

698. TYNAN (KATHARINE). Princess Katharine.
12mo, cloth. N. Y. 1911

Has an original autograph poem, "English Spring," on fly-
leaf, 4 verses, signed by the authoress.

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699. UZANNE (OCTAVE). Caprices d'un Bibliophile.
12mo, original wrappers, uncut edges. Paris, 1878

One of a limited edition on Holland papier verg6, with an
etched frontispiece by Adolphe Lalauze. Author's presenta-
tion inscription on half-title: "My First Boole! So far! so
far! behind me ... to James Carleton Young. A new near
friend. Octave Uzanne."

700. UZANNE (OCTAVE). Son Altesse La Femme.
Illustrations by Henri Gervex, J. A. Gonzales, L. Kratke,
Albert Lynch, Adrien Moreau et Felicien Rops. Royal 8vo,
original covers, uncut edges in original wrappers, with ties.

Paris, 1885

One of 100 copies printed on Japan paper with the full-
page illustrations in colors, etchings in two states. Presenta-
tion copy from the Author with inscription in French: "Her
Highness Woman! Presented by a bachelor, who became her
faithful subject and her High Priest, but the Catholic priests
never marry. To James Carleton Young. Friendly Octave
Uzanne. ' '

701. UZANNE (OCTAVE). Le Miroir du Monde. Notes
et Sensations de la vie pittoresque. Numerous illustrations
by Paul Avril, many of them colored, tinted or illuminated
with gold. Royal 8vo, original covers, uncut edges, in decora-
tive leather wrappers, silk lined. Paris, 1888

Limited edition on Vellum paper. Presentation copy with
inscription on half-title in French : "To James Carleton
Young. This villainous .mirror which is appreciated only by
the friendships which it reflects. Octave Uzanne."

702. UZANNE (OCTAVE). Les Ornements de la Femme.
L'Eventail L'Ombrelle Le Gant Le Manchon. Edition
complete et definitive. 12mo, original covers, uncut.

Inscribed on half-title by Octave Uzanne. Paris, 1892

703. UZANNE (OCTAVE). La Femme a Paris. Nos Con-
temporaines: Notes successives sur les Parisiennes de ce
temps dans leurs divers milieux, etats et conditions. 320 illus-
trations [en noir et en couleurs] de Pierre Vidal. Imperial
8vo, three-quarters red levant morocco, gilt top, original
covers bound in. Paris, 1894

One of a small number printed with the 20 full-page illus-
trations engraved by Mass6 and other illustrations hand-
colored. Inscribed by Octave Uzanne on the half-title.

704. UZANNE (OCTAVE). L'ficole des Faunes. Contes
de la Vingti&me Annee. Brie a Brae de 1 'Amour. Calendrier
de Venus Surprises du Coeur. Prettily illustrated, vignettes
in cameo by Eugene Courbin, etched frontispiece by F.
Masse after D. Vierge. Royal 8vo, original wrappers, uncut.

Paris, 1896

One of a limited edition on tinted Scotch satin paper, with
author's inscription on half-title: "A mon ami James Carleton
Young these novels of a Youngster. Octave Uzanne. ' '

75



705. UZANNE (OCTAVE). L'Art dans la decoration
exterieure des livres en France et a 1'Etranger. Les
Couvertures illustrees, Les Cartonnages d'editeurs, La
Reliure d'Art. Numerous illustrations. 4to, half black levant
morocco, gilt top, original covers bound in. Paris, 1898

Limited edition on Vellum paper, with author's presentation
inscription in French : "To James Carleton Young, a friend
of dedicated 'books, for whom very willingly I offer in exterior
decoration of this one the signature of his friend Octave
JJzanne."

706. UZANNE (OCTAVE). La Cagoule. Visions de
notre Heure. Choses et gens qui passent. Notations d'art,
de litterature et de vie pittoresque. 8vo, original lithographic
wrappers, by Dillon, uncut. Paris, 1899

Limited edition on papier vflin teinte, with author's presen-
tation inscription on half-title. Contains numerous interesting
and racy anecdotes of Oscar Wilde, Whistler, Zola, Beardsley,
Bops, Huysmans, Yvette Guilbert and other famous artists
and authors.

707. UZANNE (OCTAVE). The French Bookbinders of
the Eighteenth Century. Facsimile plates of book bindings,
including some in colors. 4to, boards, uncut.

Chicago : Caxton Club, 1904

Inscribed, " Au Bibliophile et d L'ami, Souvenir de Sincere
Cordialite, Octave Uzanne."

708. VACARESCU (I.). Collected poems in Roumanian.
12mo, boards, morocco back. Bukarest, 1848

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed by the author.

709. VALENTIN (EMILE). Louba Volanof. 12mo,
original paper covers, uncut. Paris, 1890

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

710. VAMBERY (A.). Travels in Central Asia. Illus-
trated. 8vo, half calf, marble edges. N. Y. 1865

Inscribed, "Not a long life, but a long travel makes the
man ripe and happy. A. Vambery."

711. VAN DYKE (HENRY). The Poetry of the Psalms.
FIRST EDITION. 12mo, white cloth. N. Y. : Crowell, n. d.

With a full-page inscription in blue pencil by the author.

712. VANDYKE (HENRY). The Christ-Child in Art. A
Study of Interpretation. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, un-
cut. N. Y. 1894

Autographed by the author.

713. VAN DYKE (HENRY). The Poetry of Tennyson.
12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1898

Autographed by the author.

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714. VAN DYKE (HENRY). The Lost Word. A Christ-
inas Legend of Long Ago. Illustrated, FIRST EDITION. 8vo,
cloth, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1898

Inscribed and signed by the author.

715. VANDYKE (HENRY). Fisherman 's Luck and Some
Other Uncertain Things. Illustrated. FIRST EDITION. 12mo,
cloth, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1899

Inscribed and signed by the author.

716. VANDYKE (HENRY). The Friendly Year. Chosen
and Arranged from the Works of Henry van Dyke, by George
Sidney Webster. Portrait. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut.

Inscribed and signed by Van Dyke. N. Y. 1900

717. VANDYKE (HENRY). The Ruling Passion. Tales
and Nature and Human Nature. Portrait and illustrations.
FIRST EDITION. 12mo, stamped leather, gilt top, uncut.

N. Y. 1901

Edition limited to 500 copies, signed by the author. In-
scribed and signed also on verso of portrait.

718. VAN DYKE (HENRY). Joy and Power. Three
Messages with One Meaning. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth, gilt
top, uncut. N. Y. 1903

Inscribed by the author.

719. VAN DYKE (HENRY). The Americanism of Wash-
ington. FIRST EDITION. 16mo, cloth, uncut. N. Y. 1906

Inscribed by the author.

720. VERHAEREN (EMILE). Le Flamandes, Poesies.
12mo, cloth, uncut. Bruxelles, 1883

Inscribed and signed by the author.

721. VERHAEREN (EMILE). Les Soirs. 4to, original
wrappers, uncut. Bruxelles, 1888

FIRST EDITION. Only 100 copies issued. Holland paper
copy. Inscribed by the author.

722. VERHAEREN (EMILE). Les Villes Tentaculaires.
FIRST EDITION. Square 8vo, original boards, uncut.

Bruxelles [1895]
LIMITED EDITION on Velin paper. Inscribed by the author.

723. VERHAEREN (EMILE). Poems. Selected and
Rendered into English by Alma Strettell. Square 8vo, boards,
uncut. Lond. 1899

Contains 2 inscriptions, one by the author, and the other by
the translator.

724. VERHAEREN (EMILE). La Guirlande des dunes.
FIRST EDITION. 8vo, original paper covers, uncut.

Bruxelles, 1907
One of 25 copies on Holland paper. Inscribed by the author.

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725. VERHAEREN (EMILE). Petites legendes. 8vo,
original paper covers, uncut. Bruxelles, 1900

FIRST EDITION. One of only 10 copies on Japan paper. In-
scribed with an original poem by the author.

726. VERHAEREN (EMILE). Les Heures d 'Apres-Midi.
FIRST EDITION. 8vo, original wrappers, uncut.

Bruxelles, 1905

One of 25 copies on Hollande Van Gelder paper. Inscribed
by the author.

727. VERLAINE (PAUL). La Bonne Chanson. 16mo,
original paper covers, uncut. Paris, 1870

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

728. VERLAINE (PAUL). Sagesse. 8vo, original paper
covers, uncut (shaken). Paris, 1881

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed by the author. With a portrait
laid in.

729. VERLAINE (PAUL). Romances sans paroles. Por-
trait. 16mo, original paper covers, uncut. Paris, 1887

Inscribed by the author.

730. VERLAINE (PAUL). Amour. 12mo, half green
morocco, uncut. Paris, 1888

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed by the author.

731. VERLAINE (PAUL). Sagesse. 12mo, original paper
covers, uncut. Paris, 1889

Inscribed by the author.

732. VERLAINE (PAUL). Mes Hopitaux. Portrait by
Cazols. 12mo, original covers, uncut. Paris, 1891

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed by Verlaine.

733. VERLAINE (PAUL). Bonneur. 12mo, original paper
covers, uncut. Paris, 1891

FIRST EDITION. Inlaid is A. L. S. P. Verlaine [Aug. 11,
1885] 1 p. 12mo to his publisher, Leon Vanier.

734. VERLAINE (PAUL). Dedicaces. 12mo, half mo-
rocco, gilt top, uncut edges, original covers bound in, by
Champs. Paris, 1894

One of 55 copies on Holland paper. Inserted is the original
signed manuscript of the 53d poem, to A. E. . . . 1 p. 12mo.

735. VERLAINE (PAUL). Quinze jours en Hollande.
Lettres a un ami. Portrait de I'auteur par Ph. Zilcken. 4to,
original wrappers, uncut. La Haye, n. d.

FIRST EDITION. One of 50 copies on Japan paper; signed
by the author.

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736. VERNE (JULES). Adventures in the Land of the
Behemoth. Illustrated. 12rao, cloth gilt. Bost. 1874

Contains a signed inscription on fly-leaf by the author.

737. VERNE (JULES). The Green Ray. Illustrated.
12mo, cloth, gilt edges. Lond. 1883

With autograph inscription by the author.

738. VERNE (JULES). Claudius Bombarnac. Illustrated.
12mo, cloth, gilt edges. Lond. 1894

With autograph inscription in French by the author.

739. VERNE (JULES). The Will of an Eccentric. Illus-
trated. '12mo, cloth, gilt edges. Lond. 1900

With autograph inscription in French by the author.

740. VEROLA (PAUL). Le Nirvana. Poeme dramatique.
4to, original wrappers, uncut. Paris, 1900

LIMITED AND FIRST EDITION. Inscribed by the author.

741. VICTOR (ORVILLE J.). History of American Con-
spiracies. Illustrated. 8vo, stamped roan (weak in hinge).

N. Y., n. d.

The inscription by the author covers two pages.

742. VIEBIG (CLARA). Das tagliche Brot. 2vols.'l2mo,
original cloth. Berlin, 1903

With iy 2 pp. of autograph inscription by Clara Viebig.

743. VILLARI (PASQUALE). Life and Times of Girolamo
Savonarola. Translated by Linda Villari. Portraits and illus-
trations. 8vo, cloth, uncut. N. Y. 1898

Inscription in Italian by the author.

744. VILLARI (PASQUALE). Niccolo Machiavelli e i suoi
tempi. 3 vols. 12mo, original paper covers, uncut.

Turin, 1895-1897

Inscribed in the first volume: "Nobody was as crafty as
Machiavelli. P. Villari." (Translated.)

745. VINCENT (FRANK). Around and About South
America. With maps, plans, and illustrations. 8vo, cloth.

With a signed inscription by the author. N. Y. 1897

746. VIVIEN (R.). Poesies. 6 vols. 12mo, original paper
covers, uncut. Paris, 1901-1904

FIRST EDITIONS. Each volume inscribed by the author.

747. VOGUE (VTE. E. MELCHIOR DE) . (Euvres. 16 vols.
12mo, original paper covers, uncut. Paris, v. d.

Each volume inscribed by the author.

748. VON HOLST (IL). The French Revolution Tested
by Mirabeau's Career. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth. Chicago, 1894

Inscribed by the author.

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749. VRCHLICK(JAROSLAV). Anthologie Zbasni (Poeti-
cal works). Portrait. 2 vols. 12mo, paper covers, uncut (front
wrappers lacking and shaken). Praag, 1902

Inscribed with a 12-line poem signed by the author.

750. WALLACE (D. MACKENZIE). Russia. 2 folding
colored maps. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth. Lond. 1877

Each volume has a signed presentation inscription by the
author. Vol. 1 contains a long history of this work and refer-
ences to the troubles of Russia in 1907.

751. WALLACE (LEW). Ben-Hur: A Story of the Christ.
Plates and marginal drawings. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, gilt, top, un-
cut. N. Y. 1892

With signed inscription by the author, giving "An Expres-
sion of Faith."

752. WALLACE (LEW). The Fair God; or, The Last of
the 'Tzins. A Tale of the Conquest of Mexico. 12mo, cloth.

Bost. 1898

With Montezuma's prophecy quoted from this work, in the
author 's autograph, and the question, ' ' What of the prophecy
now?"

753. WARD (MRS. HUMPHRY). Marcella. Portrait.
2 vols. 12mo, cloth. N. Y. 1894

Inscribed by the author.

754. WARD (MRS. HUMPHRY). Helbeck of Bannisdale.
FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth, uncut. Lond. 1898

Under the half-title the author has written: "by Mary A.
Ward."

755. WARNER (CHARLES DUDLEY). Saunterings.
16mo, cloth. Bost., n. d.

Inscribed by the author.

756. WARNER (CHARLES DUDLEY). Captain John
Smith. A Study of his Life and Writings. FIRST EDITION.
12mo, cloth. N. Y. 1881

Inscribed by the author.

757. WARNER (CHARLES DUDLEY). The Golden
House. Illustrated. 12mo, boards, leather back, gilt top, un-
cut. N. Y. 1895

Inscribed by the author.

758. WARNER (CHARLES DUDLEY). A Little Journey
in the World. A Novel. 12mo, half leather, gilt top, uncut.

Inscribed by the author. N. Y. 1896

759. WARNER (CHARLES DUDLEY). My Summer in
a Garden. 12mo, cloth. Bost. 1897

Inscribed by the author.

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760. WARNER (CHARLES DUDLEY). Washington
Irving. Portrait. 12mo, cloth. Bost. 1899

Inscribed by the author.

761. WASHINGTON (BOOKER T.). The Story of the
Negro. FIRST EDITION. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth, gilt tops, uncut.

N. Y. 1909

Presentation copy from the author, with inscription in the
first volume. The second volume is also inscribed, the signature
only being in the hand of the author.

762. [WATSON (JOHN).] The Days of Auld Langsyne.
By Ian Maclaren. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, un-
cut. Lond. 1895

Signed, "Yours faithfully, Ian Maclaren."

763. [WATSON (JOHN]. Afterwards, and Other Stories.
By Ian Maclaren. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, un-
cut. Lond. 1898

Autographed by the author.

764. WATSON (JOHN). The Life of the Master. With 16
illustrations by Corwin Knapp Linson, some in colors. Im-
perial 8vo, cloth, gilt, gilt top, uncut. Lond. 1901

Inscribed by the author.

765. WATSON (WILLIAM). The Prince's Quest, and
Other Poems. 12mo, original brown cloth. Lond. 1880

FIRST EDITION of this author's first book. Autograph signa-
ture of the author on half-title.

766. WATSON (WILLIAM). Poems. FIRST EDITION. 16mo,
cloth, edges uncut. Lond. 1892

Has author's autograph signature on fly-leaf.

767. WATSON (WILLIAM). The Eloping Angels: A
Caprice. FIRST EDITION. Small ito, vellum, uncut. Lond. 1893

Only 75 copies printed, on Japan Paper. This copy auto-
graphed by the author.

768. WATSON (WILLIAM). The Purple East: A Series
of Sonnets on England's Desertion of Armenia. Frontispiece
by G. F. Watts. 8vo, original purple wrappers, uncut.

Lond. 1896

Limited Edition, only 35 copies privately printed on Hand-
made paper. Signed on fly-leaf by the author.

769. WATSON (WILLIAM) . Ode on the Day of the Coro-
nation of King Edward VII. 8vo, white vellum boards, gilt,
uncut. Lond. : John Lane, 1902

One of 175 copies published on Japan paper. With author's
autograph on fly-leaf.

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770. WELLS (II. G.). The First Men in the Moon. Illus-
trated. Crown 8vo, cloth. Lond. 1901

FIRST EDITION, with autograph of author on half-title.

771. WEST INDIES. Richard Malmort: or, Trinidad and
Trinidadians. By J. Douglas-Cameron. 8vo, wrappers.

Trinidad, 1905

An inscription by the author explains the characters of the
story.

772. WEYMAN (STANLEY J.). In Kings' Byways.
FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth. Lond. 1902

Inscribed, "The last story in this volume was the first
written and the best liked by the author. After it I prefer,
' The House on the Wall. ' . . . Stanley J. Weyman. ' '

773. WHEATLEY (H. B.). How to Form a Library.
16mo, cloth, uncut. Lond. 1886

Inscribed, "As Shakespeare says, 'My library was dukedom
large enough.' H. B. Wheatley."

774. WHITE (ANDREW D.). History of the Warfare of
Science with Theology in Christendom. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, gilt
tops, uncut. N. Y. 1897

Full-page inscription by the author, signed.

775. WHITING (LILIAN). A Study of Elizabeth Barrett
Browning. Portrait. 16mo, cloth. Bost. 1899

Inscribed :" The life of Elisabeth Barrett Browning was a
spiritual symphony, her personal life and her art being one
in their beauty and uplifting power. Lilian Whiting. ' '

776. WHITING (LILIAN). The Land of Enchantment,
From Pike's Peak to the Pacific. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth.

Bost. 1906

Inscribed, " . . . This book is the outgrowth of three
wonderful visits in the South West, Colorado, New Mexico,
Arizona, Southern California in 1901-6. Lilian Whiting."

111. WHITMAN (SIDNEY). Conversations, with Prince
Bismarck, Edited with an introduction by Sidney Whitman.
Portrait. 12mo, cloth. Lond. and N. Y. 1900

Inscribed: "Not as a Conqueror, but as a guardian of law,
order and peace was it Bismarck's wish that Germany should
thrive. Sidney Whitman."

778. WILKINS (MARY E.). The Wind in the Rose-Bush.
Illustrated by Peter Newell. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth.

N. Y. 1903

Inscribed by the author on the fly-leaf: "Look at this awful
shadow! what is it?" etc.

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779. WILLY. Un vilain Monsieur! 12mo, original paper
covers, uncut. Paris, 1898

FIRST EDITION. One of 10 copies on Holland paper. In-
scribed by the author.

780. WILSON (FRANCIS). The Eugene Field I Knew.
Portraits. 12mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1898

Contains the George H. Yenowine bookplate with the au-
thor's signature.

781. WILSON (JAMES GRANT). The Life and Letters
of Fitz-Greene Halleck. Portraits. FIRST EDITION. 12mo,
cloth, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1869

Presentation copy from the author to John J. Piatt, with
inscription. The fly-leaf also contains an inscription by J. J.
Piatt, signed with his initials, and the title bears his wife's
name in his autograph.



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