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[HUDSON, Marianne Spencer Stanhope]. Almack's a novel. Saunders and Otley. 1827. Third edition.
In three volumes. xi, [1], 390; [4], 413, [3]; [4], 346pp. With half-titles, a terminal advertisement leaf to Vol. II, and a 4pp. publisher's catalogue bound to Vol. I. Uncut in original publisher's two-tone paper boards, printed paper lettering-pieces. A trifle rubbed, splitting to spines and joints. Contemporary ink ownership inscriptions to FEPs of all volumes; 'Richd. Jebb / Chirk - 1827', occasional light foxing, overall a very good copy.
Price
£ 150.00
[HUGUENOTS]. The true and last declaration of the inhabitants of the Cevennes, now in arms for the defence of their religion, lives, and liberties, against the cruelties and tyranny of their persecutors...With a letter from their leaders to their King. And two other letters sent lately from Geneva to a gentleman now in London...All translated out of French copies... Printed for Tho. Parkhurst. 1703. First English edition.
[2], 34pp. [Bound after:] DU MOULIN, Lewis. A short and true account of the several advances the Church of England hath made towards Rome... London. [s.n.], 1680. 88, [2], 99-112pp. Short closed tear to title, occasional ink underlining, annotations, and damp-staining, paper flaw to leaf O with loss of several characters to p.105, replaced in manuscript. [And:] England enslaved under popish successors: being a true history of the oppressions this nation groaned under in times of popery. London. Printed for Jonathan Wilkins, 1681. 44pp. [And:] A List of such of the names of the nobility, gentry and commonalty of England and Ireland, (amongst whom are several women and children) who are all by an act of a pretended parliament assembled in Dublin in the kingdom of Ireland, the 7th of May, 1689. before the late King James, attainted of high treason... London. Printed for R. Clavel...and J. Watts, 1690. [2], 5-52, 49-70pp. Complete despite erratic pagination. Shaving to F3, with loss to marginal notation. [And:] HART, Richard. Parish churches turn’d into conventicles, by serving God therein, and worshiping him otherwise then according to the established liturgy and practice of the Church of England... London. Printed by Ralph Holt, for Obadiah Blagrave, 1683. [2], 22pp. [And:] HALE, Matthew. The judgment of the late Lord Chief Justice Sir Matthew Hale, of the nature of true religion, the causes of its corruption, and the churches calamity, by mens additions and violences: with the desired cure... London. Printed for B. Simmons, 1684. [12], 64pp. Small marginal hole to terminal leaf. [And:] PIERCE, Tho[mas]. The primitive rule of reformation: delivered in a sermon before His Maiesty at Whitehall, Feb. 1. 1662. in vindication of our Church against the novelties of Rome...Published by His Majesties special command. Oxford. Printed by H[enry] H[all] for Ric. Royston. 1663. Sixth edition. [8], 37pp, [1]. [And:] [SHERLOCK, William]. An answer to a late Dialogue between a new Catholick convert and a Protestant, to prove the mystery of the Trinity to be as absurd a doctrine as transubstantiation... London. Printed for Thomas Bassett, 1687. [2], 14pp. [And:] [STILLINGFLEET, Edward]. The doctrine of the Trinity and transubstantiation compared, as to Scripture, reason, and tradition, in a new dialogue between a Protestant and a Papist. The first part... London. Printed by J. D. for W. Rogers, 1687. 47pp, [1]. Ink annotation to foot of title, one instance of manuscript correction to text. [And:] [STILLINGFLEET, Edward]. The doctrine of the Trinity and transubstantiation compared, as to Scripture, reason, and tradition, in a new dialogue between a protestant and a papist. The second part... London. Printed for William Rogers, 1687. [4], 43pp, [1]. Small worm-holes to margins throughout. [And:] KIDDER, Richard. The judgment of private discretion in matters of religion defended; in a sermon on I Thessal. V. 21. Preached at St. Pauls Covent-Garden, Feb. XXIII. 1686. London. Printed for Brabazon Aylmer, 1687. [8], 32pp. Ink numeral to head of title, dust-soiling to final leaf. [And:] STILLINGFLEET, Edward. A sermon preached November V. 1673. at St. Margarets Westminst. London. Printed, by Robert White, for Henry Mortlock, 1674. [4], 50pp. Without imprimatur leaf. [And:] [LLOYD, William]. A sermon preached before the House of Lords, on November 5. 1680. London. Printed by M. C. for Henry Brome, 1680. [8], 39pp, [1]. Presentation copy, inscribed 'Dono R...Authoris' to recto of initial imprimatur leaf. [And:] [LLOYD, William]. A sermon preached before Their Majesties at Whitehall, on the fifth day of November, 1689. Being the anniversary-day of thanksgiving for that great deliverance from the gunpowder-treason, and also the day of His Majesties happy landing in England. London. Printed for Robert Clavell, 1689. [4], 32pp. [And:] [LLOYD, Wiiliam]. A sermon preached before Her Majesty, on May 29, being the anniversary of the restauration of the King and royal family. London. Printed for Thomas Jones, 1692. [2], 25pp, [3]. Without half-title. With terminal advertisement leaf. Quarto. Bound in nineteenth-century (?) half-vellum, green cloth boards, title in manuscript to spine. A trifle marked, discolouration to spine. Occasional annotations to titles, browning, shaving to top-margins with loss to running-titles and/or pagination. From the recently dispersed Mendham collection, with Joseph Mendham's manuscript index to fly-leaf.
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£ 950.00
[HUNTING]. [Hunting manuscript, entitled 'Hunting Diary with Remarks on Horses, Hounds &c. 1852']. [s.n.]. [1852].
Manuscript on paper. [96]ff. Contemporary half-calf, marbled boards, marbled edges. Extremities rubbed. Ink-stamp of 'BOND.' to verso of FFEP, else internally clean and crisp, three later autograph letters loosely inserted.
Price
£ 325.00
[IMMERZEEL, J.]. [Drop-head title:] Monogrammen van schilders, teekenaars, graveurs, enz.. [J. C. van Kesteren]. [1843]. First edition.
43pp, [1]. Original publisher's marbled paper wrappers. Without spine panel, some loss, chipping, creasing, and light marking. Foxed.
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£ 100.00
[IRELAND, William Henry]. Effusions of Love From Chatelar to Mary, Queen of Scotland. Transated from A Gallic Manuscript, In the Scotch College at Paris. Interspersed with songs, sonnets, and ntoes explanatory by the translator. To which is added, Historical Fragments, poetry, and remains of the amours, of that unfortunate princess. Printed for B. Crosby and Co.. 1808. Second Edition.
x, [2], 223pp, [1]. With half-title and engraved frontispiece. Uncut in original publisher's buff boards, paper lettering-piece. Rubbed, with some loss to base of spine. Lacks FFEP.
Price
£ 125.00
[IRELAND, William Henry]. Stultifera Navis; Qua Omnium Mortalium Narratur Stultitia. The Modern Ship of Fools. Aere Perennius. Printed for William Miller. 1807. First edition.
xxiv, 295pp, [9]. With half-title, a folding hand-coloured engraved frontispiece by John Augustus Atkinson in imitation of Rowlandson, and four terminal advertisement leaves. Contemporary speckled calf, black morocco lettering-piece, spine richly gilt. Rubbed to extremities, slight splitting to joints. Recent bookplate of Percival F. Hinton to FEP, an internally immaculate copy.
Price
£ 150.00
[IRELAND]. Speeches of the Right Honorable Henry Grattan, with prefatory observations. The whole comprising a brief review of the most important political events in the history of Ireland. Printed for H. Fitzpatrick. 1811. First edition.
Volume one, all published. [4], xcvi, [2], 415pp, [1], x. Uncut an unsophisticated copy in original publisher's blue paper backed green paper boards, printed paper lettering-piece. Extremities rubbed with loss to spine, lettering-piece chipped, boards slightly sunned and soiled, corners bumped. Sporadic foxing throughout, slight marginal loss to N2, near contemporary ink inscription to head of title.
Price
£ 200.00
[IRELAND]. Speeches of the Right Honorable Henry Grattan, with prefatory observations. The whole comprising a brief review of the most important political events in the history of Ireland. Printed for H. Fitzpatrick. 1811. First edition.
Volume one, all published. [4], xcvi, [2], 415pp, [1], x. An unsophisticated copy, uncut in original publisher's two-tone paper boards, printed paper lettering-piece. Rubbing to spine with loss to head and foot, splitting to joints, chipping to lettering-piece, boards a trifle marked, corners bumped. Ink ownership inscription to FEP, lightly foxed.
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£ 200.00
[IRELAND]. The true life of Betty Ireland. With Her Birth, Education, and Adventures. Together with Some Account of her elder Sister Blanch of Britain. Containing, Sundry very curious Particulars. London Printed: Dublin, Reprinted for Peter Wilson. 1753. First Irish edition.
36pp, [4]. With half-title and two advertisement leaves. Recent blue paper wraps. Worn, with slight surface marking and some discolouration, loss to wrap edges. Damp-staining to half-title with ink inscription at head, short tear to margin of title, light dust-soiling and foxing throughout.
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£ 150.00
[JAMES II]. Memoirs of the English Affairs, Chiefly Naval, From the Year 1660, to 1673. [s.n.]. 1729. First edition.
xx, 280pp, [4]. With an engraved portrait frontispiece. Contemporary panelled calf. Heavily rubbed, some surface loss, joints split, remnant of paper label to upper board, without lettering-piece. Bookplate of Bath Reference Library to FEP, with their occasional embossed stamps, near contemporary ink ownership inscription to recto of FFEP, small ink numeral to head of title, slight loss to bottom corner of L4.
Price
£ 375.00
[JARVES, James Jackson]. Parisian sights and French principles, seen through American spectacles. Clarke, Beeton, & Co.. 1853. First London edition.
[6], viii, 245pp, [3]. With two preliminary publishers advertisement leaves, another terminal leaf of same, a half-title, an engraved frontispiece, four engraved plates, and numerous illustrations in the text. Partially unopened in original publisher's brown blind-stamped cloth, gilt. Extremities a trifle rubbed with some loss and tearing to head and foot of spine. Armorial bookplate of Reginald Arthur Tatton to FEP.
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£ 150.00
[JESUITS]. Compte rendu des constitutions des Jesuites, Par M. Jean-Pierre-Francois de Ripert de Monclair, Procureur General du Roy au Parlement de Provence, les 28 May, 3 & 4 Juin 1762, en execution de l'Arret de la Cour du 15 Mars precedent. [s.n.]. 1762.
310pp, [2], 315pp, [1]. Original publisher's paper boards, contrasting red paper lettering-piece. Extremities lightly rubbed and soiled with some loss to corners. Internally clean and crisp.
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£ 200.00
[JONES, Rev. Thomas]. A CLERGYMAN. Scripture melodies. Printed for the author, and published by Baldwin, Craddock, and Joy. 1821. First edition.
80pp. Uncut in original publisher's drab boards. Slightest of wear to extremities, hinge straining at title, else a fine copy. Bookplate of Percival Hinton to FFEP, pencilled inscription to FEP.
Price
£ 325.00
[JOYCE, Jeremiah]. Scientific dialogues, intended for the instruction and entertainment of young people: in which the first principles of natural and experimental philosophy are fully explained. Printed for J. Johnson. 1803. Second edition.
In three non-uniform volumes. x, [2], 200; [4], 250; ix, [3], 235pp, [1]. With 12 engraved plates. Contemporary roan backed marbled boards, printed paper lettering-pieces. Extremities rubbed, loss and cracking to spines, without lettering-pieces of volumes II and III. Sporadic foxing, slight loss to bottom corner of G2 of Vol. I and I4 of Vol. II, touching text in latter instance, but with no loss of sense.
Price
£ 100.00
[JUVENILE]. Little Sophy, a true story, for little children. Printed by and for Henry Mozley. [c.1830]. Second edition, enlarged.
[5], 6-108pp. With half-title and an engraved frontispiece. Contemporary red half calf, marbled boards, gilt. Rubbed with some surface loss to spine and board edges. Ink inscription 'Emma Sutherland November 1830' to recto of FFEP, heavily foxed throughout.
Price
£ 75.00