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FACETLE (Continued).

7.75 6934 BOCCACCIO. The Decameron Translated, with numerous fine plates by Eisen, Gravelot, Cochin, etc., INSERTED. 8vo, calf. London, 1741 6935 BOCCACCIO. The Decameron, with Life, etc. Portrait. 2 vols. crown Svo, cloth, uncut. Lond., 1833 Includes the suppressed novels.


6936 BROWN (TOм.) Works. Serious and Comical, in Prose and Verse, including his Remains.

With Life and Character by James Drake. Frontispiece and plates. 4 vols. 12mo, calf.

Best Edition.

London, 1760

This copy has Hogarth's print, "Gin Lane" (colored), inserted.

6937 [BUSSY RABUTIN]. Histoire Amoureuse des Gaules.

12mo, calf.

Liege, n. d. 7.75 6938 CENT NOUVELLES NOUVELLES. Contenant les Cent Histoires Nouvelles, with the famous etchings' on copper, by Romain de Hooge. 2 vols. 12mo, calf. Cologne, 1750

30 6939 CHANSONS EROTIQUES, with the music. 32mo, calf,


6.26 6940 COMPLEAT HISTORY of the Intrigues Nuns. Frontispiece and plates.




Genève, 1782 of Priests and Post Svo, calf. London, 1746

Contains: Rome's Custom-House for Sin; or a Table of the
several sums of money to be paid for Dispensations of all Crimes
and Villanies.

6941 CONTES ET POEMES; par M. D**(Dorat?). Beau-
tiful plates, by Eisen. Svo, half calt, gilt.
La Haye, 1776
6942 COTTON, (C., Author of the Angler). Genuine Poeti-
cal Works. Curious engravings by Vander Gucht.
Small 8vo, calf.

London, 1765

Includes, Scarronides or Virgil Travestie; Lucian Burlesqued;
The Wonders of the Peak.

6943 CYNTHIA; with the Tragical Account of the Unfor- -
tunate Loves of Almerin and Desdemona. 12mo,
London, 1709

6944 DANGER DES LIASONS ou Memoires de la Baronne de Blemon. Par Mad. la M... de S. A. 3 vols. post Svo, half calf. Geneve, 1763 756945 DANGEROUS CONNECTIONS. By M. C. **** de L * ** Four vols. in 2, post 8vo, calf extra, gilt edges. London, 1812 2. 6946 DICTIONAIRE DE LA FOLIE ET DE LA RAISON. Par C.*** de P***. 2 vols. post 8vo, half calf, gilt.

Paris, 1820

FACETLE (Continued).

3.00 6947 DON QUICHOTTE. Le Desespoir Amoureux avec les Nouvelles Visions de Don Quichotte. Plates.

12mo, russia extra, uncut edges.

Autograph copy of J. Renouard.

Amsterdam, 1715

8.76 6948 ELOISA EN DISHABILLE, being a New Version of that

Lady's celebrated Epistle to Abelard, done into familiar English Metre. 4to, boards, uncut.

London, 1801

Privately printed, and attributed to Prof. Porson.

2.75 6949 FOREIGN AMOURS; or, the Gallantries and Adventures of Several Princes, etc. By M. PlanteAmour. Post 8vo, boards, uncut. London, 1738




Dublin, 1827 10.50 6951 FRAUDS OF ROMISH MONKS and PRIESTS. Observations on a Journey to Naples wherein the Frauds of Romish Monks, etc., are further Discover'd. Post 8vo, calf.


London, 1691

Contains an account of "How Nuns Employ their Time."

6952 FUGITIVE PIECES on Various subjects. By several authors. Crito, or a Dialogue on Beauty; Account of the Emperor of China's Gardens, near Pekin; Deformity, by Wm. Hay. Lucina, Sine Concuhitu; a modest Defence of Gaming, and 10 others. 2 vols. 12mo, calf. London, 1771

One of these essays attempts to prove that women can procreate, independent of sexual intercourse.

1.50 6953 FUGITIVE PIECES. The same in 1 vol. Calf.


6954 GOMEZ (MAD. DE). Select Novels.
dener, etc. Post 8vo, boards.

3.50 6955 GRAMMOUNT (COUNT DE). Memoirs

London, 1771 The Fair GarLondon, 1745

of the English

Court during the Reigns of Charles II. and James
II. 8vo, calf.
London, 1719

Translated by Boyer, and containing in particular, the Amorous
Intrigues of the Kings and the Duchesses of York, Orleans, Ports-
mouth, Richmond, etc., with a complete Key to the blank names.

4.25 6956 HIPPARCHIA Histoire Galante.


12mo, calf.

Attributed to Beauchamps.

Traduite du Grec.
Lampsaque, (1748)

6957 HISTOIRE DES COCUS. Post 8vo, half morocco.

La Haye, 1746 6958 HISTOIRE DU DIABLE. Traduite de l'Anglois. Frontispieces. 2 vols. post 8vo, calf extra, gilt edges. Amsterdam, 1729


FACETLE (Continued).

6959 HISTOIRE d'Eléonor de Guyenne, Duchesse d'Aquitaine, par M. ***. Fine plates by Borel. 8vo, half calf. Londres, 1788 1.75 6960 HISTOIRE SCANDALEUSE, etc., des Duchesse d'Angoulême et de Berry. 12mo, half morocco. Paris, 1830 2.25 6961 INTRIGUES of the Queen of Spain, with the Prince of Peace and others. 8vo, half calf. London, 1808 6962 JULIA JOHNSTONE. Confessions of, relative to herself and others (Harriet Wilson, etc.) 12mo, boards. (No title.)

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Privately printed.


6963 LAZARILLO DE TORMES. Life and Adventures of. Portrait. 12mo, calf. Edinburgh, n. d. 6964 LES TOURTERELLES de Zelmis. Poeme. Par l'Auteur de Barnevelt, avec Reflexions sur le Poeme Erotique. Colored title and vignettes by Eisen. 8vo, paper.` N. P. or D. 6965 LIBERTINE de Qualité ou Confidences d'un Prisonnier au Chateau de Vincennes. Post 8vo, calf, gilt. Imprimerie des Odalisques, Stamboul, 1784 6966 [MANDEVILLE (B.)] The Virgin Unmask'd; or, Female Dialogues between an Elderly Maiden and her Niece, on Love, Marriage, etc., of the Times. 8vo, calf, gilt. London, 1709

5.75 6967 MANLEY (MRS.) Power of Love, in Seven Novels, with the scarce Portrait. 8vo, calf. London, 1741. 4.75 6968 MANLEY. Secret Memoirs and Manners of several Persons of Quality of both Sexes, from the New, Atlantis. Frontispiece. 4 vols. 8vo, calf.

London, 1709

This romance, which is a satire on those who had effected the revolution, caused a great sensation, and its printer and publisher were arrested by a warrant from the Secretary of State's office.

1.13. 6969 MOYNES Legitimes pour Parvenir, ou la Reveille Matin des Courtisans. Traduit de l'Espagnol de Gueuarre par S.Hardy. Svo, vellum."

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Estienne, Paris, 1623 6970 MENAGIANA, ou les Bons Mots et Remarques critiques, historiques, morales, et d'Erudition de Monsieur Mênage. 4 vols. 12mo, calf.

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Paris, 1715

Amusing, full of light anecdote of a literary kind, and interesting to all who love the recollections of that generation.' HALLAM.

Best Edition, with the cancels added at the end.

2.75 6971 NINON DE L'ENCLOS. Memoirs of. Post Svo, half


Philadelphia, 1806

3.25 6972 PETIT Neveu de l'Arretin trouvé dans le Porte-Feuille

de son Grand-Oncle. 12mo, half calf.

Rome, 1800

FACETLE (Continued).

6.00 6973 POEMS, ETC. Lover's Cabinet; Economy of Love; The Universe, by H. Baker; Lover's Instructor; True-Born Englishman, by De Foe, 25th Edition; History of the Voyages of Sacramento; and Drunken Barnaby's Four Journeys to the North of England; with Bessy Bell. The whole in 1 vol. post 8vo, calf. Dublin, 1756-62, etc.

4.25 6974 POST-MAN Robb'd of his Mail; or, the Packet broke open, with a Collection of Letters, Amorous, Gallant, etc.; and The Lover's Sighs; or, the Amours of the beautiful Stremunia and Alphonso; etc. Post Svo, calf. London, 1719

75 6975 ROMAN de la Court de Bruxelles, ou les Advantures
des plus Braves Cavaliers qui furient jamais and
des plus belles Dames du Monde. Par Puget de
la Serre. Frontispiece. Svo, vellum, (minus
pp. 99-112).
Tournay, Aix, 1628
Poems. Por
London, 1714
12mo, paper.
Paris, n. d.



trait. 12mo, calf.

1.25 6977 ROSINE et Doricourt. Frontispiece.

6978 ST.-ANGE (L. DE). Secret de Triompher des Femmes et de les Fixer, etc. 12mo, paper. Bruxelles, 1825

50 6979 ST. FELIX (J. DE). Vierges et Courtisanes. 2 vols. 8vo, boards. 30 6980 SAPHO. half morocco.


Poesies Érotiques, etc.

Paris, 1837 Portrait. 12mo, Londres, 1810

6981 SCOTS ROGUE; or, the Love Intrigues, etc., of Donald
Macdonald, and three other Chap Books. 12mo,
half calf.
Dunkirk, 1813

The other pieces in this vol. are, Vocal Miscellany; Convivial
Harmony; and Ramsay's Scots Proverbs.

5.50 6982 SECRET History of the Present Intrigues of the Court of Caramania, [by Mrs. Haywood]. 8vo, calf. London, 1727

"This publication, and 'The New Utopia,' owing to their looseness and immorality, involved the authoress in considerable disgrace, and promoted her to a situation in the Dunciad of Pope."-DR. DRAKE,

325 6983 SECRET History of the Court of Caramania.

Svo, London, 1727

calf. 2.25 6984 SECRET History of the most renowned Q. Elizabeth and the E. of Essex. Both Parts. Frontispiece.

12mo, calf.

Cologne, 1695

Paris, 1798

175 6985 SENNETERRE (MME. DE). La Dot de Suzette. Frontis

piece. 12mo, boards.

FACETIE (Continued).

9.00 6986 SMIDS (LUD.)

Pictura Loquens sive Heroicarum Tabularum Hadriani Schoonebeeck. 60 very fine etchings on copper. Post 8vo, vellum.

Amstelædami, 1695

"Ouvrage recherché, à cause des gravures dont il est orné."— BRUNET.



Crazy Tales (plate),

and Odes of Sir C. Hanbury Williams. 2 vols. in 1, 12mo, calf.

London, 1769-75

6988 STEVENS (GEO. ALEX.) Songs: Comic and Satyrical. 8vo, half morocco, gilt.

Oxford, 1782

3.25 6989 VILLEDIEU (M.) Exiles of the Court of Augustus Cæsar; the Amours of Ovid, Horace, etc. 8vo,


2.50 6990 VOLTAIRE (F. M. DE). Candid, the Optimist. Trans

lated. 8vo, boards.

5.50 6991 VOLTAIRE. Maid of Orleans.


London, 1726

London, 1814 Translated. 2 vols. London, 1758

in 1, post 8vo, calf. 6992 WHORE'S RHETORIC: calculated to the Meridian of London, and conformed to the Rules of Art, in Two Dialogues. Reprinted, with a curious Introductory Notice, by James Maidment. Frontispiece containing 9 portraits of Courtezans, 2 fulllength portraits, and a vignette. Small 4to, half 1683; Edinburgh, 1836

morocco, uncut.

Only 50 printed.

"The limited number of copies render it inaccessible to the general reader. Its tendency is not of a character to inflame the passions, but, on the contrary, to check them by laying bare the system of deceit practiced by those miserable creatures who lead the unwary to destruction."

The daughter of a poor nobleman, with a large family, is instructed by a courtezan (Mme. Creswell), who instructs her in the mysteries of her profession, and receives fifteen wholesome lectures in Rhetoric, to enable her to pursue successfully the calling she proposes to follow.

1.75 6993 WILSON (HARRIETTE). Clara Cazul; or, "Honi Soit qui Mal y Pense." 2 vols. crown 8vo, boards.

New York, 1830

3.25. 6994 WIND: an Essay upon, with curious Anecdotes of Eminent Peteurs, humbly dedicated to the Lord Chancellor. Printed on superfine pot-paper. Curious frontispiece. Post 8vo, paper. No date

This jeu d'esprit is said to have been written by the Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox for a wager, and for "the edification of windbound ladies and gentlemen."

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