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Skelt's Juvenile Drama. Characters and Scenes in “ George Barnwell, the London Apprentice," 9 col. plates (com prising about 50 figures intended for cutting out and 4 plates of scenery), with Book of the Play, wrapper, n.d., 8vo. (404), Nov. 30, Hodgson 6s. Skene (Sir John). Lawes and Actes of Parliament, maid be King James the First, and his Successours, woodcut title, At Edinburgh, Imprented be Robert Waldegrave prenter to the Kinges Majestie. 15 Martie. Anno Dom. 1597, folio (272), March 22, Sotheby Willis, £8

[With all the blank leaves and also the engraved titlepage, often missing; ports, of all the Scottish sovereigns from James I. to Mary and James VI. At the conclusion of the Index is the signature of Sir John Skene, the editor.] Sketches... shewing the Nature and description of the Land in the Tract purchased by the New Brunswick and NovaScotia Land Company, plates, uncut, Ackermann, 1836, folio (333), March 5, Sotheby Spencer, £2 15S. Skrymsher (Jane). Her Book of Cookery, Preserving, including Confectionery, the Making of Wines, Pickles, Simple Medical Remedies, Cleansing Materials and other Useful Recipes, orig. MS., 88 leaves and many blanks, “Jane Skrymsher her Book 1757" on first page (Skrymsher of Skrymsher, co. Staffs.), contemp. mor. gt., and initials E. Č., g.e. (1757), sm. 4to. (359), Dec. 13, Sotheby

Leighton, £5 7s. 6d. Slater (J. H.) Book-Prices Current, from the commencement in 1887 to 1904, with Index to 1896, together 19 vol., buckram, 8vo. (13), Oct. 11, Hodgson Grant, £3 IIS. Slater (J. H.) Book-Prices Current from the commencement in 1887 to 1898, 1901 to 1906 and 1916, with Index (188796), together 20 vol., buckram, 1887-1916, 8vo. (590), May 24, Hodgson Wynne, £5 2s. 6d.

[£6 5s., 1887 to 1914, and General Index (1887-96), wanting vols. for 1905 and 1906 and four parts, together 27 vol., 20 in buckram and 7 in parts, May 7, 1917, Sotheby, Lot 317.] Slater (J. H.) Book-Prices Current, 1904-8, 1911, 1914, together 7 vol., orig. cl., 1904-14, 8vo. (75), Feb. 7, Sotheby Roche, £2 18s. Slatyer (Wm.) Psalmes of David in 4 Languages and in 4 parts, set to ye Tunes of our Church, 2 engraved titlepages, the Psalms engraved on 55 pages, in Greek, Latin, English and Hebrew, with the musical tunes, cf. gt., g.e., Thomas Harper, 1643, 8vo. (1557), May 17, Sotheby Barnard, £12 Sleeman (W. H.) Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official, first ed., col. plates, 2 vol., hf. mor., t.e.g., 1844, 8vo. (200), Feb. 28, Hodgson

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[I 17s., same state, March 5, 1917, Sotheby, Lot 788.] Slezer (Jno.) Theatrum Scotiæ, first ed., 57 plates and many

Simpson (C.) Compendium of Practical Musick, in five Parts, first ed., port. by Faithorne, cf. gt., g.e., by F. Bedford, Printed by William Godbid for Henry Brome, 1667 (1548), May 17, Sotheby Quaritch, £4 4s. Simpson (C.) Division-Violist, or an Introduction to the Playing upon a Ground, Divided into Two Parts, first ed. (no port.), engravings, etc., cf., Printed by W. Godbid, 1659, folio (1545), May 17, Sotheby Quaritch, £8 15s. [II, orig. sheep, with the port., April 22, 1913, Puttick, Lot 264.] Simpson (C.) Principles of Practical Musick, first ed., cf., Printed by Will. Godbid for Henry Brome, 1665 (1546), May 17, Sotheby Ellis, £22 Sinclair (Jno.) Proceedings in the Court-martial held upon John, Master of Sinclair for the Murder of Ensign Schaw, as issued, Edinb., Roxburghe Club, 1828, 4to. (3073), Jan. 29, Sotheby Quaritch, LI Sinks of London laid open, with a modern Flash Dictionary, etc., folded col. front. and numerous woodcuts by G. Cruikshank, hf. cf. gt., t.e.g., J. Duncombe, 1848, 8vo. (283), Feb. 7, Sotheby Giles, £1 5S. Sirmondus (Jo.) Carminum libri duo, lit. ital., old French mor., gt. fleurs-de-lis, arms of Carolus Episcopus Suerbriginensis, g.e. (worn), Paris., E. Martin, 1654, sm. 4to. (1032), July 31, Sotheby Parsons, £7 Sisgoreius Sibenicensis (Georgius). Elegiarum et Carminum libri III., ed. princeps, lit. goth., long lines, 30 to a full page, 32 leaves, without marks [Hain 14794, Proctor 4417], hf. bd., Impressum .. in Venetiis per . Adam de Rodueil (sic pro Rotweil), 1477, sm. 4to. (1033), July 31, Sotheby Leighton, £8 Skeat (W. W.) and Blagden (C. O.) Pagan Races of the Malay Peninsula, plates, 2 vol., buckram, 1906, 8vo. (54), Nov. 22, Hodgson Potter, 17S. Skelton (Jno.) Magnyfycence, an Interlude, black letter, as issued, Roxburghe Club, 1821, 4to. (3059), Jan. 29, Sotheby Quaritch, LI 8s. Skelton (Jos.) Oxonia Antiqua Restaurata, orig. ed., 158 proof plates, LARGE PAPER, 2 vol., hf. mor., Oxford, 1823, large 4to. (151), March 22, Sotheby James, £2 158. Skelton (Jos.) Pietas Oxoniensis, proof plates, LARGE PAPER (binding defective), Oxford, 1828, large 4to. (152), March 22, Sotheby James, 10s. Skelton (Jno.) [Works.] Pithy pleasaunt and profitable workes, first collected ed., mor. gt., g.e., by Francis Bedford, Imprinted at London in Fletestreate by Thomas Marshe, 1568, sm. 8vo. (861), April 10, American Art Association $1,710

[A few corners restored and corner of title supplied with a few letters in fac., 51/16 by 3 inches. Reproduction of title-page in catalogue.]

others rough, J. Nisbet, 1836, 8vo. (285), Feb. 7, Sotheby Rimell, 75. Smith (Capt. G.) Use and Abuse of Freemasonry, cf., tall copy, Printed for the Author by G. Kearsley, 1785, 8vo. (136), June 12, Hodgson

£1 6s. Smith (Horatio and James). Rejected Addresses, eighteenth ed., ports. after Harlowe and cuts by G. Cruikshank, mor. gt., inlaid, joints, uncut, t.e.g., by the Guild of Women Binders, in case, J. Murray, 1833, 8vo. (286), Feb. 7, Sotheby Young, £3 7s. 6d. Smith (J. C.) British Mezzotinto Portraits, 4 parts in 5, orig. cl., 1878-83, 8vo. (104), Nov. 1, Puttick Barnard, 13 5s. [12 10s., same state and same sale, Lot 105; both sets were without the port. of portraits. £24, orig. cl., 4 vol. in 6, with the 125 autotype reproductions; £24, orig. cl., 4 vol. in 5, with the reproductions, Dec. 18, 1913, Puttick, Lot 163.] Smith (J. E.) Natural History of the Rarer Lepidopterous Insects of Georgia, 105 col. plates, 2 vol., mor. gt., g.e., 1797, folio (531), Nov. 16, Sotheby Quaritch, £12 5S.

[£7, hf. mor., 2 vol. in 1, Dec. 2, 1912, Sotheby, Lot 289.] Smith (Captain Jno.) Advertisements for the inexperienced Planters of New England or anywhere. Or, The Pathway to experience to erect a Plantation, wanting the map, 3 woodcuts of arms, unbd., signature of Bishop Kennett on title, Printed by Iohn Haviland, 1631, sm. 4to. (145), July 30, Sotheby H. Stevens, £40 Smith (Capt. Jno.) General History of Virginia, NewEngland and the Summer Iles, engraved title by Barra (hole in text of one leaf, sign. Hh 3, wormed), without ports. and maps, old cf., I. D. and I. H. for E. Blackmore, 1632, folio (517), Dec. 13, Sotheby H. Stevens, £2 Smith (Capt. Jno.) Travels in Virginia, New England, etc., plates, 2 vol., orig. cl., t.e.g., Glasgow, 1907, 8vo. (62), Nov. 22, Hodgson 14S. Smith (Captain Jno.) True Travels, Adventures and Observations, in Europe, Asia, Affrica and America (corner torn off title, wanting the plate), arms of William, Earl of Pembroke, on back of title, signature of Bishop Kennett, orig. cf. gt., royal arms stamped in gold on sides (leaf Dj torn), J. H. for Thomas Slater, 1630, folio (144), July 30, Sotheby H. Stevens, 10 IOS. Smith (Jno.) Catalogue Raisonné, with the Supplement, ports., 9 vol. in 5, hf. mor. (rubbed), 1829-42, roy. 8vo. (91), Oct. 11, Hodgson G. H. Brown, £2 195. Smith (Jno.) Iconographia Scotica, or Portraits of Illustrious Persons of Scotland, 20 ports. on India paper, LARGEST PAPER, 10 taken off in this size, R. Wilkinson (1798), imp. folio (981), Oct. 23, Sotheby Hopkins, 9s. Smith (Jno.) Irish Diamonds, first ed., 6 illustrations by 'Phiz," hf. cf. gt., g.e., by Zaehnsdorf, Chapman & Hall, 1847, cr. 8vo. (734), Feb. 7, Sotheby F. Mackenzie, £1 5s.

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Smith (Jno.) Select Views in Italy, descriptions in English and French, plates, 2 vol., mor. gt., g.e., 1796, oblong folio (728), Dec. 13, Sotheby Edwards, £1 38. Smith (Jno., of New Jersey). The Countryman's Lamentation, on the Neglect of a Proper Education of Children, roan (hole in title, repaired), Philadelphia, printed and sold by W. Dunlap, for the Author, 1762, 12mo. (707), Dec. 13, American Art Association $82.50 Smith (J. T.) Antiquities of Westminster [part of the text by J. S. Hawkins], first ed., col. drawings, some ornamented with gold, plates, woodcuts in text, large copy (without the stone plate), cf. gt., 1807, 4to. (82), Dec. 13, Sotheby Rimell, 16s.

[₤2 5s., bds., 2 vol., 1807-9, plates (some col.), including the stone plate and the 62 additional plates, Nov. 13, 1913, Puttick, Lot 240.]

Smith (R. C.) Raphael's Witch!!!

or the Oracle of the

Future, 2 col. folded plates and vignette on title by R. Cruikshank, hf. mor., W. C. Wright, 1835, 8vo. (161), Feb. 7, Sotheby G. H. Brown, 19s. Smith (T. Assheton). Life of a Fox and Extracts from the Life of a Huntsman, illustrations by the author and col. plates by Jalland, hf. vell., 1897, 8vo. (507), Oct. II, Hodgson Bickers, 12s. Smith (Sir W.) Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, cuts, 3 vol., orig. cl., 1902, 8vo. (574), Dec. 20, Hodgson

18s.

[Smith (W.)] Pocket Companion for Free-Masons, front. by Clark after Worledge, and the 2 leaves of advertisements at the end, old cf., E. Rider, 1735, 8vo. (101), June 12, Hodgson £5 IOS.

[ 6s., contemp. cf., edition of 1736, same sale, Lot 102; £2 IOS., first, second and third Edinburgh eds., 1762-63-72, together 3 vol., old cf., same sale, Lot 105.] [Smith (W.)] Pocket Companion for Free-Masons, first ed., front. after Worlidge, 1735-Songs of Masons, etc. [with a List of the Regular Lodges], 1734, in 1 vol. (binding broken), 8vo. (462), Feb. 28, Hodgson Dobell, £2 4s. Smith (Wm.) Old Yorkshire, ports. and illustrations, 5 vol. (first series), orig. cl., t.e.g., 1881-4, 8vo. (18), Nov. 10, Sotheby Pickard, IOS. Smithers (L. C.) Transmigrations of the Mandarin FumHoam, ed. by L. C. Smithers, 1894-Tartarian Tales, Thousand and One Quarters of an Hour, ed. by L. C. Smithers, 1893, together 2 vol., 8vo. (689), Öct. 26, Sotheby Bain, £I IS. Smollett (T.) Ferdinand Count Fathom, first ed., 2 vol., fine copy, cf. super ex., by F. Bedford, W. Johnston, 1753, 8vo. (278), Nov. 7, Sotheby Ellis, £5 7s. 6d.

[£3 12s. 6d., orig. cf., Dec. 4, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 283; £2 10s., orig. cf., Jan. 20, 1915, Puttick, Lot 346.] Smollett (T.) Humphry Clinker, first issue of the first ed.,

with the misdated 1671 title in Vol. i., 3 vol., modern cf. (wanted hf.-title), Printed for W. Johnston & B. Collins, 1771, 8vo. (481), Nov. 22, Hodgson Dobell, £315S.

[£4 15s., orig. cf., first issue, Dec. 10, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 148.] [Smollett (T)] Letter to Lady Vss V[ane], occasioned by the Publication of her Memoirs in the Adventures of Peregrine Pickle, first ed., linen bds., uncut, 1751, 8vo. (3149), Feb. 14, Sotheby Pickering, £I IOS. Smollett (T.) Miscellaneous Works, ed. by Robert Anderson, with Life, port., 12 vol., cf., London and Edinb., 1824, 12m0. (341), Oct. 23, Sotheby Mackay, £ 3s. Smollett (T.) Sir Launcelot Greaves, front. by Rowlandson, cf. ex., uncut, t.e.g., by Zaehnsdorf, Edinb., Bell & Bradfute, 1808, 8vo. (701), Feb. 7, Sotheby Sawyer, 1 8s. Smollett (T.) Travels through France and Italy, first ed., 2 vol., cf. gt., g.e., by Pratt, 1766, 8vo. (3150), Feb. 14, Sotheby Leighton, £15S. Smollett (T.) [Works.] Roderick Random, 2 vol., 1748Peregrine Pickle, 4 vol., 1751-Ferdinand Count Fathom, 2 vol., 1753-History and Adventures of an Atom, 2 vol., 1749 (sic) Sir Launcelot Greaves, 2 vol., 1762-Humphry Clinker, 3 vol., 1771-Plays and Poems, 1777, all first eds., together 16 vol., ports., cf. gt., g.e., by Pratt, uniform, 1748-77, 8vo. (3147), Feb. 14, Sotheby

Spencer, £66 Smollett (T.) Works, with Life, etc. by Dr. John Moore, port. (foxed), 8 vol., old cf. gt., 1797, 8vo. (509), Jan. 24, Hodgson Edwards, £3 Smyth (Coke). Sketches in the Canadas, col. plates, hf. mor., n.d., imp. folio (820), March 5, Sotheby

Spencer, £3 5s. Snoeck (C. A.) Promenade aux Alpes, maps and plates, the costumes col., hf. mor., 1824, 4to. (105), May 7, Sotheby Rimell, £175. Soane (Geo.) Specimens of German Romance, first ed., front. to each vol. by G. Cruikshank, 3 vol. in 1, hf. cf. gt., uncut, t.e.g., G. B. Whittaker, 1826, 8vo. (287), Feb. 7, Sotheby Walford, I IS. Soane (J.) Plans, Elevations and Sections of Buildings in Norfolk, Suffolk, etc., 47 plates, hf. cf., 1788, folio (680), Dec. 18, Sotheby Tiranti, LI

[10s., old cf., Nov. 18, 1913, Sotheby, Lot 761.] Society of Antiquaries of London. Archæologia, or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, from the commencement to 1849, with Indexes, Vol. i.-xxx., and the " Liber Garderobae," together 37 vol., plates, cf. gt., 1 vol. in parts, 1770-1852, 4to. (116), Nov. 16, Sotheby Rimell, 11 5S. Society of Antiquaries of London. Archæologia, or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, plates, some col., from the commencement to 1906 (being Vol. i. to lx.,

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