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Johnstone (Charles) Chrysal; or the Adventures of a Guinea, first

[Johnstone (Charles)] Chrysal; or the Adventures of a Guinea: Wherein are Exhibited Views of Several Striking Scenes, with Curious and Interesting Anecdotes of the Most Noted Persons in Every Rank of Life, Whose Hands it Passed Through in America, England, Holland, Germany, and Portugal, 2 vol. in 1, first Dublin edition, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, titles a little browned, otherwise a very good, clean copy, contemporary calf, lacking spine label, a little rubbed, Dublin, by Dillon Chamberlaine, in Smock-Alley, 1760; and an attractive 4 volume set of the 1794 edition, large 12mo (5) ⁂ Johnstone's most significant novel, a succès de scandale that ran to numerous editions. [Johnstone (Charles)], Chrysal; or the Adventures of a Guinea: Wherein are Exhibited Views of Several Striking Scenes, with Curious and Interesting Anecdotes of the Most Noted Persons in Every Rank of Life, Whose Hands it Passed Through in America, England, Holland, Germany, and Portugal, , 2 vol. in 1, first Dublin edition, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, titles a little browned, otherwise a very good, clean copy, contemporary calf, lacking spine label, a little rubbed, Dublin, by Dillon Chamberlaine, in Smock-Alley, 1760; and an attractive 4 volume set of the 1794 edition, large 12mo, (5), ⁂ Johnstone's most significant novel, a succès de scandale that ran to numerous editionsEn savoir plus

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Venice.- Ziliol (Camillo) [Statute Book of Venice], manuscript in

Venice.- Ziliol (Camillo, secretary to the Doge) [Statute Book of Venice], manuscript in Italian, on vellum, 184pp. excluding blanks, in black ink, in an attractive cursive Italic hand, final 6 blank ff. ruled, 21 lines, black ink, pagination numbers, lacks title, first 2ff. very small wormholes in lower margins, some ff. slightly browned, late 19th century label of "V. Arrigoni Collection d'antiquités... Milan" on front pastedown, bookplate of New Hall, Chelmsford on front fly-leaf, catalogue entry from the Gibson Craig library (sold at auction in 1888) on front pastedown, later ownership mark of Edward Lyndoe, contemporary Venetian red morocco gilt, covers with gilt central oval ornament enclosed with double single-line borders, rubbed, a few very small wormholes on upper cover and one on spine, some surface wear, corners bumped with some wear, rebacked in 18th century calf, gilt, spine rubbed and dulled, head and tail of spine chipped away with small loss, old paper label "Venetian M.S. 1580" on spine, g.e., sm. 4to, [Venice], Doge's Palace, 24th June 1580. ⁂ Statutes for the administration of the Dogado (Republic of Venice), the Venetian lagoon (including the island of Murano). This manuscript appears to have been written out for the administrator himself, as the manuscript addresses him in the second person. Among the many topics covered are: the administration of glass-makers on the island of Murano, the ban on Jews owning property, the ban on salted meat, the right to carry weapons, and how to deal with alchemists. Venice.- Ziliol (Camillo, secretary to the Doge, ), [Statute Book of Venice], manuscript in Italian, on vellum, 184pp. excluding blanks, in black ink, in an attractive cursive Italic hand, final 6 blank ff. ruled, 21 lines, black ink, pagination numbers, lacks title, first 2ff. very small wormholes in lower margins, some ff. slightly browned, late 19th century label of "V. Arrigoni Collection d'antiquités... Milan" on front pastedown, bookplate of New Hall, Chelmsford on front fly-leaf, catalogue entry from the Gibson Craig library (sold at auction in 1888) on front pastedown, later ownership mark of Edward Lyndoe, contemporary Venetian red morocco gilt, covers with gilt central oval ornament enclosed with double single-line borders, rubbed, a few very small wormholes on upper cover and one on spine, some surface wear, corners bumped with some wear, rebacked in 18th century calf, gilt, spine rubbed and dulled, head and tail of spine chipped away with small loss, old paper label "Venetian M.S. 1580" on spine, g.e., sm. 4to, [Venice], Doge's Palace, 24th June, 1580. ⁂ Statutes for the administration of the Dogado (Republic of Venice), the Venetian lagoon (including the island of Murano). This manuscript appears to have been written out for the administrator himself, as the manuscript addresses him in the second person. Among the many topics covered are: the administration of glass-makers on the island of Murano, the ban on Jews owning property, the ban on salted meat, the right to carry weapons, and how to deal with alchemistsEn savoir plus

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Dekker (Thomas) The Magnificent Entertainment: Given to King James

Dekker (Thomas) The Magnificent Entertainment: Given to King James, Queene Anne his wife, and Henry Frederick the Prince, upon the day of his Majesties tryumphant passage (from the Tower) through his honourable citie (and chamber) of London, being the 15. of March. 1603. As well by the English as by the strangers: with the speeches and songes, delivered in the severall pageants, .first edition, woodcut device to title, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, portrait of James I by W. Kilian (closely trimmed and with portion of restoration to head) inserted as frontispiece, lacking initial blank, closely shaved at head, affecting some headlines, light foxing, heavier to title, front free endpaper becoming loose, bookplates to pastedown, attractive early 19th-century red straight-grain panelled morocco, gilt, wide floral and foliage borders with elaborate corner-pieces and central gilt lozenges, spine ends, joints and corners rubbed, [[STC 6510; Pforzheimer 275], small 4to, by T[homas]. C[reede, Humphrey Lownes, Edward Allde and others]. for Tho. Man the yonger, 1604. ⁂ A full description of James I's state entry into London for his coronation. Rare, we can trace only a handful of copies at auction in the last 70 years. "Dekker appears to have had a principal share in the preparation of the speeches given at the several halting places of the progress. He was assisted by Ben Jonson... and by Thomas Middleton... it appears Shakespeare was in the procession following the King and that for the purpose he was presented with a piece of red cloth." - Pforzheimer. Provenance: Charles Butler (1821-1910, Warren Wood bookplate). Dekker (Thomas), The Magnificent Entertainment: Given to King James, Queene Anne his wife, and Henry Frederick the Prince, upon the day of his Majesties tryumphant passage (from the Tower) through his honourable citie (and chamber) of London, being the 15. of March. 1603. As well by the English as by the strangers: with the speeches and songes, delivered in the severall pageants, .first edition, woodcut device to title, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, portrait of James I by W. Kilian (closely trimmed and with portion of restoration to head) inserted as frontispiece, lacking initial blank, closely shaved at head, affecting some headlines, light foxing, heavier to title, front free endpaper becoming loose, bookplates to pastedown, attractive early 19th-century red straight-grain panelled morocco, gilt, wide floral and foliage borders with elaborate corner-pieces and central gilt lozenges, spine ends, joints and corners rubbed, [[STC 6510; Pforzheimer 275], small 4to, by T[homas]. C[reede, Humphrey Lownes, Edward Allde and others]. for Tho. Man the yonger, , 1604. ⁂ A full description of James I's state entry into London for his coronation. Rare, we can trace only a handful of copies at auction in the last 70 years. "Dekker appears to have had a principal share in the preparation of the speeches given at the several halting places of the progress. He was assisted by Ben Jonson... and by Thomas Middleton... it appears Shakespeare was in the procession following the King and that for the purpose he was presented with a piece of red cloth." - Pforzheimer. Provenance: Charles Butler (1821-1910, Warren Wood bookplate)En savoir plus

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Grasses.- Curtis (William) Hortus siccus gramineus, or a Collection

Grasses.- Curtis (William) and William Salisbury. Hortus siccus gramineus, or a Collection of Dried Specimens of British Grasses, 2 vol., letterpress titles (both for vol. I, but second vol. 2 amended in ink to read "II"), letterpress index leaf in each vol. (that in vol. 1 with "Advertisement" dated September, 1806), 203 sheets of mounted specimens, most with printed captions (corresponding with index leaves), vol. 1 without no. 30, 12 with manuscript captions seemingly inserted from another copy, 3 extra "a" specimens; vol. 2 lacking 33 numbers in the sequence, but most seemingly never bound in, all specimens neatly mounted on blue paper, the specimens generally in very good condition, contemporary half calf and morocco, vol. not uniformly bound, covers detached, worn, folio, Sold, properly arranged, by Curtis and Salisbury,at the Botanic Garden, Brompton, 1802-[1806]. Grasses.- Curtis (William) and William Salisbury. Hortus siccus gramineus, or a Collection of Dried Specimens of British Grasses, , 2 vol., letterpress titles (both for vol. I, but second vol. 2 amended in ink to read "II"), letterpress index leaf in each vol. (that in vol. 1 with "Advertisement" dated September, 1806), 203 sheets of mounted specimens, most with printed captions (corresponding with index leaves), vol. 1 without no. 30, 12 with manuscript captions seemingly inserted from another copy, 3 extra "a" specimens; vol. 2 lacking 33 numbers in the sequence, but most seemingly never bound in, all specimens neatly mounted on blue paper, the specimens generally in very good condition, contemporary half calf and morocco, vol. not uniformly bound, covers detached, worn, folio, Sold, properly arranged, by Curtis and Salisbury,at the Botanic Garden, Brompton, , 1802-[1806]En savoir plus

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[Tomlins (Elizabeth Sophia)] Memoirs of a Baroness, first Dublin edition

[Tomlins (Elizabeth Sophia)] Memoirs of a Baroness, first Dublin edition, advertisement f. (torn at inner margin), D6 with short tear running into text without loss, occasional light foxing or browning, 19th century ink inscription to endpaper, contemporary calf, joints splitting but holding firm, lacking spine label, corners bumped, a little rubbed, [cf. Garside, Raven and Schowerling 1792:56 (first edition)], large 12mo, Dublin, for P. Wogan, P. Byrne, A. Grueber, J. Halpen, J. Moore, J. Jones, W. Jones, R. M'Allister, J. Rice, 1792. ⁂ Rare, ESTC and COPAC list 5 copies between them (not in BL). Purporting to have been transcribed from a 17th century manuscript, the novel takes place in the court of Henry IV of France. [Tomlins (Elizabeth Sophia)], Memoirs of a Baroness, first Dublin edition, , advertisement f. (torn at inner margin), D6 with short tear running into text without loss, occasional light foxing or browning, 19th century ink inscription to endpaper, contemporary calf, joints splitting but holding firm, lacking spine label, corners bumped, a little rubbed, [cf. Garside, Raven and Schowerling 1792:56 (first edition)], large 12mo, Dublin, for P. Wogan, P. Byrne, A. Grueber, J. Halpen, J. Moore, J. Jones, W. Jones, R. M'Allister, J. Rice, , 1792. ⁂ Rare, ESTC and COPAC list 5 copies between them (not in BL). Purporting to have been transcribed from a 17th century manuscript, the novel takes place in the court of Henry IV of FranceEn savoir plus

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Murder.- Foote (Samuel) Memoirs of the Life of Sir John Dineley Goodere

Murder.- Foote (Samuel) Memoirs of the Life of Sir John Dineley Goodere, Baronet...wtth [sic] the Life, History,Trial, and Last Dying Words of his Brother Captain Samuel Goodere..., 48pp., 2 engraved plates, some spotting, stitched in original wrappers, uncut, soiled and spotted, creased at edges, 12mo, Worcsster [sic], by J.Butler...and James Grundy, [?1785]. ⁂ Sir John Dineley Goodere, Bt. (c.1680-1741) of Charlton, Worcs. was murdered on his brother Samuel's orders, on board his brother's ship HMS Ruby. Samuel and his two accomplices were hanged at Bristol. ESTC records only one copy of this edition (BL) and estimates the date as 1785; COPAC adds another printed copy in the National Library of Scotland. Murder.- Foote (Samuel), Memoirs of the Life of Sir John Dineley Goodere, Baronet... wtth [sic] the Life, History,Trial, and Last Dying Words of his Brother Captain Samuel Goodere..., 48pp., 2 engraved plates, some spotting, stitched in original wrappers, uncut, soiled and spotted, creased at edges, 12mo, Worcsster [sic], by J.Butler...and James Grundy, [?1785]. ⁂ Sir John Dineley Goodere, Bt. (c.1680-1741) of Charlton, Worcs. was murdered on his brother Samuel's orders, on board his brother's ship, HMS Ruby, . Samuel and his two accomplices were hanged at Bristol. ESTC records only one copy of this edition (BL) and estimates the date as 1785; COPAC adds another printed copy in the National Library of ScotlandEn savoir plus

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[Muller (Richard)] Memoirs of . . . Lord Viscount Cherington, containing

[Muller (Richard)] Memoirs of the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Cherington, containing a Genuine Description of the Government, and Manners of the Present Portuguese, 2 vol. in 1, first Dublin edition, occasional light browning, contemporary speckled calf, spine gilt with red morocco label, [cf.Garside, Raven and Schowerling 1782:18 (first English edition)], large 12mo, Dublin, by John Parker, for Messrs. R. Cross, Walker, Beatty, Burton, and Webb, 1782. ⁂ A scarce work in the first Dublin or first edition, with only an handful of copies known of either. Contrary to the title, much of the novel takes place in Rio de Janiero. [Muller (Richard)], Memoirs of the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Cherington, containing a Genuine Description of the Government, and Manners of the Present Portuguese, , 2 vol. in 1, first Dublin edition, , occasional light browning, contemporary speckled calf, spine gilt with red morocco label, [cf.Garside, Raven and Schowerling 1782:18 (first English edition)], large 12mo, Dublin, by John Parker, for Messrs. R. Cross, Walker, Beatty, Burton, and Webb, 1782. ⁂ A scarce work in the first Dublin or first edition, with only an handful of copies known of either. Contrary to the title, much of the novel takes place in Rio de JanieroEn savoir plus

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Mediterranean Tour.- Young (Sir Frederick, traveller and writer on

Mediterranean Tour.- Young (Sir Frederick, traveller and writer on Imperial affairs, Honorary Secretary of the Royal Colonial Institute (RCI), married Cecilia, daughter of Thomas Drane, brewer of Torquay, c. 1820-73, 1817-1913) [Tour of Greece, Malta, Turkey & Italy], autograph manuscript, 118pp. excluding blanks, 9pp. of 10 botanical specimens collected from various locations, slightly browned, original straight-grained morocco, rubbed, lacks most of spine, sm. 4to, 29th September 1844 - 4th February 1845. ⁂ Young's itinerary includes: Queen Victoria's yacht at Tilbury; passing Tangiers, Ceuta and Gibraltar; visits Malta, goes ashore at Valletta, visits St. John's Cathedral and Knights Templar Library; lands at Corfu, Olive groves, indolent people, meets Mrs Ward and her son, visit to the Citadel and Messonghi; Greek mainland, Patras, Piraeus, long description of Athens classical antiquities, visit to the field of Marathon, attends the opening of the Chamber of Deputies and saw King Otto (1815-67); visits Syra [Syros]; lands in Turkey at Smyrna [Izmir], sees a caravan of camels, bazaars in Smyrna; passes the site of Troy; mentions Lord Byron's swimming the Dardanelles; passes Gallipoli; lands at Constantinople, "a most superb City", bazaars, procession of the Sultan [Abdülmecid I, 1823-61) attending Friday prayers, visits the "dancing Dervishes", the tomb of Mahmoud II, the Hippodrome, Egyptian obelisk, the Cistern of Constantine, visit to the Royal Armoury and Saint Sophia; slavery in Turkey; travels back to Malta and put in quarantine in the Lazaretto; sails to Italy and lands at Syracuse, visits the catacombs, sails along the coast and visits Catania, Etna, Messina, cooking lunch in the heat of Vesuvius, Naples, description of the ruins of Pompeii, Pozzuoli, and Baiae, Pisa, Genoa, Marseille & Paris. Constantinople: [Dervishes]. "On the 9th... I went to see the Dancing Dervishes. The place, where this religious sect exhibits their singular performances is of somewhat spacious dimensions, and of a circular shape. Their costumes... is a high crowned felt hat, in shape like a flower pot, and a coarse kind of woollen cloak of a dark brown, or green hue. Suddenly they each throw off their cloaks... they commence twisting round, and round the room in a kind of waltz". [Slavery]. "On our way home, we passed thro' the Slave Market, where the traffic in the sale of human blood is held every morning... . It is a large quadrangular court, with railed platforms ranged round the sides - These were elevated about six, or eight feet from the ground; and parties of slaves are placed in them, previously to being sold, like flocks of sheep - Slavery in the East is not, however, to be regarded in the same light, as elsewhere - Here the slaves are invariably treated most kindly by their masters... ". Mediterranean Tour.- Young (, Sir, Frederick, traveller and writer on Imperial affairs, Honorary Secretary of the Royal Colonial Institute (RCI), married Cecilia, daughter of Thomas Drane, brewer of Torquay, c. 1820-73, 1817-1913), [Tour of Greece, Malta, Turkey & Italy], autograph manuscript, 118pp. excluding blanks, 9pp. of 10 botanical specimens collected from various locations, slightly browned, original straight-grained morocco, rubbed, lacks most of spine, sm. 4to, 29th September, 1844, - 4th February, 1845. ⁂ Young's itinerary includes: Queen Victoria's yacht at Tilbury; passing Tangiers, Ceuta and Gibraltar; visits Malta, goes ashore at Valletta, visits St. John's Cathedral and Knights Templar Library; lands at Corfu, Olive groves, indolent people, meets Mrs Ward and her son, visit to the Citadel and Messonghi; Greek mainland, Patras, Piraeus, long description of Athens classical antiquities, visit to the field of Marathon, attends the opening of the Chamber of Deputies and saw King Otto (1815-67); visits Syra [Syros]; lands in Turkey at Smyrna [Izmir], sees a caravan of camels, bazaars in Smyrna; passes the site of Troy; mentions Lord Byron's swimming the Dardanelles; passes Gallipoli; lands at Constantinople, "a most superb City", bazaars, procession of the Sultan [Abdülmecid I, 1823-61) attending Friday prayers, visits the "dancing Dervishes", the tomb of Mahmoud II, the Hippodrome, Egyptian obelisk, the Cistern of Constantine, visit to the Royal Armoury and Saint Sophia; slavery in Turkey; travels back to Malta and put in quarantine in the Lazaretto; sails to Italy and lands at Syracuse, visits the catacombs, sails along the coast and visits Catania, Etna, Messina, cooking lunch in the heat of Vesuvius, Naples, description of the ruins of Pompeii, Pozzuoli, and Baiae, Pisa, Genoa, Marseille & Paris. Constantinople: [Dervishes]. "On the 9th... I went to see the Dancing Dervishes. The place, where this religious sect exhibits their singular performances is of somewhat spacious dimensions, and of a circular shape. Their costumes... is a high crowned felt hat, in shape like a flower pot, and a coarse kind of woollen cloak of a dark brown, or green hue. Suddenly they each throw off their cloaks... they commence twisting round, and round the room in a kind of waltz". [Slavery]. "On our way home, we passed thro' the Slave Market, where the traffic in the sale of human blood is held every morning... . It is a large quadrangular court, with railed platforms ranged round the sides - These were elevated about six, or eight feet from the ground; and parties of slaves are placed in them, previously to being sold, like flocks of sheep - Slavery in the East is not, however, to be regarded in the same light, as elsewhere - Here the slaves are invariably treated most kindly by their masters... 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America.- Broughton (Rhoda) Doctor Cupid, first American edition

America.- Broughton (Rhoda) Doctor Cupid, first American edition, half-title, ink names to half-title and endpapers, contemporary half calf, rubbed, Philadelphia, 1887 § McIntosh (Maria J.) Alice Montrose; or, The Lofty and the Lowly, 3 vol., first English edition, occasional light spotting or finger-soiling, ink note giving circulating library lending rate, original cloth, spines spotted and darkened, circulating library labels to covers, spine ends and corners bumped, some wear to spine ends, covers rubbed and marked, Richard Bentley, 1853; and 7 others, American writers or imprints, 8vo (11) ⁂ Both mentioned rare, the first with no copies on WorldCat or COPAC, the second not in BL. America.- Broughton (Rhoda), Doctor Cupid, first American edition, , half-title, ink names to half-title and endpapers, contemporary half calf, rubbed, Philadelphia, 1887 § McIntosh (Maria J.) Alice Montrose; or, The Lofty and the Lowly, 3 vol., first English edition, occasional light spotting or finger-soiling, ink note giving circulating library lending rate, original cloth, spines spotted and darkened, circulating library labels to covers, spine ends and corners bumped, some wear to spine ends, covers rubbed and marked, Richard Bentley, 1853; and 7 others, American writers or imprints, 8vo, (11), ⁂ Both mentioned rare, the first with no copies on WorldCat or COPAC, the second not in BLEn savoir plus

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