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[PSALTER. English], STERNHOLD, Thomas. HOPKINS, John.. The Whole Book of Psalms, Collected Into English Metre, By Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and Others; Conferred with the Hebrew... Printed for the Company of Stationers. 1787.
[128]pp. [Bound with:] [PSALTER] BRADY, N. TATE, N.. A New Version of the Psalms of David, Fitted to the Tunes Used in Churches. London. Printed by J. March and Son for the Company of Stationers, 1792. 237pp. Finely bound in deep navy blue morocco, gilt ruling to spine and boards, winged cherubim device to spine compartments. A.E.G. Marbled endpapers. Slight touching up to spine, else a fine copy of this unusual compilation of the two most popular English Psalters of the seventeenth- and eighteenth-centuries, Sternhold and Hopkins, and Brady and Tate.
Price
£ 250.00
[PUBLISHERS' ASSOCIATION]. Regulations for the conduct of book clubs adopted by the Publishers' Association and the Associated Booksellers of Great Britain and Ireland and brought into force on June 1st, 1939. [Alden Press]. 1939. First editon.
10pp, [2]. Recent brown buckram, lettered in gilt. Lightly foxed internally, a fine copy.
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£ 75.00
[PULTENEY, William]. The politicks on both sides, with regard to foreign affairs, stated from their own writings, and examined by the course of events. With some observations on the present state of affairs in Great Britain, and the effects of our negotiations, for several years past. Printed by H. Haines. 1734. First edition.
75pp, [1]. Disbound. Title and final blank page a trifle browned, else a clean and crisp copy.
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£ 75.00
[QUAKERS].. A collection of testimonies concerning Several Ministers of the Gospel Amongst the People called quakers, Deceased: With some of their last Expressions and Exhortations. Printed and Sold by Luke Hinde. 1760. First edition.
[12], 372pp. Contemporary panelled calf, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece. Slightest of rubbing and marking to extremities. Contemporary book-label to FEP of 'William Dillworth / Lancaster', recent bookplate to FFEP of 'Robert J. Hayhurst', internally clean and crisp.
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£ 200.00
[RATTRAY, Thomas]. Some Particular instructions Concerning the Christian Covenant, and The Mysteries by which it is Transacted and Maintained... Printed by James Bettenham: And sold by George Strahan. 1748. First edition.
[4], xxxi, [1], 166pp. [Bound with a defective work with the drop-head title 'An Essay on the Nature of the Church', presumably the Henry Fielding treatise printed in 1728. 66pp. ESTC T56728]. 8vo. Contemporary calf-backed marbled boards, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece. Rubbed, loss to head of spine. Hinges exposed, very small marginal hole to N2, else internally clean and crisp.
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£ 250.00
[RIDDELL, Maria]. The metrical miscellany: consisting chiefly of poems hitherto unpublished. Printed, at the Oriental Press, by Wilson and Co.. 1802. First edition.
x, [2], 224pp. With a half-title. Original publisher's plain blue paper boards, later rebacked in tan calf, contrasting morocco lettering-piece. A trifle rubbed, some soiling and slight surface loss to boards. Short marginal tear to B2, overall an internally clean and crisp copy.
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£ 300.00
[RITSON, Joseph]. Pieces of Ancient Popular Poetry; from authentic manuscripts and old printed copies. Printed by C. Clarke, for T. and J. Egerton. 1791. First edition.
xiv, [2], 152pp. With a half-title. Contemporary calf, gilt, marbled edges. Rubbed, with some loss to head of spine. Marbled endpapers, occasional spots of light soiling. Inscribed in ink to verso of FFEP; 'W. Williams Wynn'.
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£ 125.00
[ROBINS, Benjamin]. An address to the electors, And other free Subjects of Great Britain; Occasion'd by the Late secession. In which is contain'd A particular Account of all our Negociations with Spain, and their Treatment of Us, for above Ten Years past. Printed for H. Goreham. 1739. Second edition.
iv, 63pp, [1]. With woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. Recent marbled paper boards, paper lettering-piece. Light rubbing to extremities. Small ink mark to head of title, short marginal tear to I3.
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£ 75.00
[ROBINS, Benjamin]. An address to the electors, And other free Subjects of Great Britain; Occasion'd by the Late secession. In which is contain'd A particular Account of all our Negotiations with Spain, and their Treatment of Us, for above Ten Years past. Printed for H. Goreham. 1739. Thid edition.
iv, 63pp, [1]. Uncut and largely unopened, stitched as issued. Pen trial and remnant of paper label to title-page, dust-soiled, light marginal damp-staining to final gathering.
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£ 75.00
[ROSCOE FAMILY]. Poems for youth. By a family circle. Printed for Robinson and Sons. 1820. First edition.
iv, 106pp. Contemporary straight-grained green morocco, gilt, recently rebacked with contemporary spine laid-down, A.E.G. A trifle rubbed, some marking. Recent endpapers, internally clean and crisp. Ink gift inscription to verso of FFEP; 'Sarah Touchet / from Wm. Greg'.
Price
£ 450.00
[ROSCOE, Robert]. Chevy chase, a poem. Founded on The Ancient Ballad. Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies...by J. M'Creery. 1813. First edition.
[2], 108pp. Contemporary gilt-tooled green morocco, A.E.G. A trifle rubbed, spine sunned, discolouration and marking to boards. Ink annotation providing author's name to drop-head title, lightly foxed, overall internally clean and crisp. Newspaper clipping to verso of FFEP announcing the death of Henry Roscoe, pasted beneath manuscript note reading; 'I wish James G. Roscoe to have the / quarto edition of Chevy Chase bound / in green morocco / In memory of Henry Roscoe / March 1836', booklabel and private ink-stamp of James G. Roscoe to to recto of blank fly-leaf.
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£ 250.00
[ROSCOE, Robert]. Chevy chase, a poem. Founded on The Ancient Ballad. With other poems. Printed for Cadell & Davies et al.. 1820. First octavo edition.
[3], vi-xii, 112pp. Without half-title. Contemporary straight-grained green morocco tooled in gilt and blind, recently rebacked in remnant of contemporary spine laid-on. Boards a trifle rubbed and marked. Recent marbled endpapers, slightest of spotting to title, overall internally clean and crisp. Association copy, inscribed in ink to recto of blank fly-leaf; 'Jane Eliz. Roscoe / from her affct. brother / the author'.
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£ 250.00
[ROSCOE, William]. An address from the liverpool society for the Abolition of Slavery, on the safest and most efficacious means of promoting the gradual improvement of the negro slaves in the British West India Islands, preparatory to their becoming free labourers, and on the expected consequences of such change. [J. & G. Smith]. [1824]. First edition.
18pp. Stitched, as issued. Title laid-down due to loss at head and foot and small hole to centre, loss of publisher's name and date to imprint, very small hole to final leaf, just touching text but without loss of sense, light spots of dust-soiling.
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£ 350.00
[ROSCOE, William]. An address, delivered before the proprietors of the botanic garden, in liverpool, previous to opening the garden, May 3, 1802. To which are added, the laws of the institution, and a list of the proprietors. Printed by J. M'Creery. 1802. First edition.
60pp, [2]. With half-title and terminal blank leaf. Original publisher's two-tone paper boards. Extremities a trifle marked, armorial bookplates of 'Holland House to upper board and FEP, internally clean and crisp.
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£ 450.00
[ROSCOE, William]. Mount pleasant: a descriptive poem. To which is added, an ode. Printed by W. Eyres, for J. Johnson. 1777. First edition.
49pp, [1]. With half-title. Recent calf-backed plain paper boards, contrasting morocco lettering-piece, gilt. Very minor wear to extremities. Slightest of loss to margin of E4, very small hole to G3 - not touching text, else internally clean and crisp.
Price
£ 750.00