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CASTLEREAGH, Robert Stewart, Viscount. Substance of a second speech of the marquis of londonderry...on the subject of the agricultural distress of the country, and the financial and other measures proposed for its relief... Printed for John Hatchard and Son. 1822. First edition.
78pp, [2]. With half-title and a terminal advertisement leaf. Unopened, stitched, as issued. Creased, lightly spotted, dust-soiling to margins. Author's own copy, from the recently dispersed library of Newbattle Abbey - though not identified as such.
Price
£ 200.00
CATON, William. An abridgment of Eusebius Pamphilius's ecclesiastical history, in two parts... Printed for Francis Holden. 1698. Second edition.
32, [4], 95, 94-210, 111-130pp, [10]. With five terminal advertisement leaves. Contemporary blind-ruled sheep. Extremities worn, loss to head and foot of spine. Pastedowns sprung, early eighteenth-century inked ownership inscriptions of James and Joseph Steevens to front and rear endpapers, slight loss to lower corner of leaf a7, a trifle toned.
Price
£ 375.00
CATTANEO, [Giovanni], Conte. The source, the strength, and the true spirit of laws... Printed for Lockyer Davis. 1753. First edition in English.
xvi, 167, [1], 99pp, [1]. Contemporary calf, gilt. Rubbed, upper board detached, lower joint split with board working loose, loss to head and foot of spine. Ink ownership inscription to FFEP of 'James Stonhouse M. D. / of Northhampton 1753', repaired tear to foot of H2, leaves a trifle toned.
Price
£ 250.00
CELSUS, Aulus Cornelius. Aurelii cor. celsi de re medica libri viii... Apud Joan. Tornaesium, & Gulielmum Gazeium. 1554.
581pp, [25]. Later vellum, contrasting calf lettering- piece. Lightly marked and rubbed, some chipping to lettering-piece. Later manuscript inscription to title page: 'BURGOWERORUM / Basilea missg (?) Seaphalia fui ad Jos. Burg. 1621'.
Price
£ 375.00
CHALMERS, George. The Life of Mary, Queen of Scots; Drawn from the State Papers. With Six Subsidiary Memoirs. Illustrated with Ten Plates of Medals, Portraits and Prospects. Printed for John Murray. 1818. First edition.
[2], ix, [3], 499, [1]; [2], 502pp. With two engraved frontispieces, four further engraved plates (two of which folding) and four vignette engravings of coins within text. Finely bound in contemporary navy half-calf, spines richly gilt, over marbled boards. Very slight rubbing to extremities, a little occasional spotting to text, else a fine copy. Manuscript note tipped to p.409.
Price
£ 200.00
CHAMBERLAYNE, John. Magnae Britanniae notitia: or, the present state of Great Britain; with divers remarks upon the antient state thereof. Printed for D. Midwinter et al.. 1726.
In two parts. [4], vi, [12], 456, 246, [2], 56pp. The second part has a separate title-page; 'A general list or catalogue of all the offices and officers employed in the several branches of His Majesty’s government', dated 1725. With an engraved portrait frontispiece. Contemporary panelled calf, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece. Rubbed, splitting to joints, loss to foot of spine, library shelf mark in correction fluid, some slight marking.Ink ownership inscriptions to blank endpapers of 'Charles Gretton', recent bookplate of Bath Reference Library to FEP, with borrowing slip to RFEP and their occasional embossed stamps throughout, damp-staining to head of preliminary leaves, gathering Dd working loose.
Price
£ 100.00
CHAUMEREIX, Jean-Hugues Duroy de. Narrative of m. de chaumereix, who escaped from the massacres of aurai and vannes, after the expedition of quiberon, with observations on the public opinion in brittany. To which is added a prospectus for pasigraphy, or, first elements of the art of printing and writing in a language to be understood in all language without translation. From the printing-office of T. Baylis. 1795. First edition.
[2], 46, 4pp. Stitched, as issued. Very occasional light spotting.
Price
£ 750.00
CICERO, Marcus Tullius. M. tullii ciceronis Opuscula: hoc est cato major, seu, de Senecture.Laelius, seu, de Amincitia. Paradoxa. Somnium scipionis. Praefigitur Ejusdem m. t. ciceronis Vita Literaria. Excudebat J. Pote. 1768.
31, [1], 133pp, [1]. Title in red and black. Contemporary sheep, gilt. Lightly rubbed, slight wear to boards. FFEP clipped at head, very occasional marginal spotting.
Price
£ 175.00
CLARIDGE, Richard. Tractatus Hierographicus: or, a treatise of the Holy Scriptures... Printed for W. Ellis...John Jefferis...and Paul Stevens. 1751.
[8], viii, [4], 197pp, [3]. Contemporary calf, ruled in gilt to spine. Rubbed, joints cracked. Later booklabel of 'Henry Birkbeck, Jun.' to FEP (pasted over earlier label), recent armorial bookplate of 'Henry Birkbeck' to FFEP, marginal loss to L3, with horizontal tear through centre - without loss of sense.
Price
£ 100.00
CLARK, G[eorge]. An alphabetical epitome of the common law of england; so far as it relates to the security of the persons, property and privileges of individuals. Printed for Fielding and Walker et al.. 1778. First edition.
iv, 130 [i.e. 230]pp, [2]. With a terminal advertisement leaf. Contemporary blind-tooled sheep, title in manuscript to spine. Rubbed, heavily marked. Paste-downs sprung, occasional spotting.
Price
£ 300.00
CLARK, J.. The Fortunate Discovery, or, Wisdom found at Last! A Poem.. Printed for the Author, by E. Sweet...and Sold by Williams and Smith.... 1807. First Edition.
[2], 28pp, [2]. Recent decorative paper wrappers. Tear to upper joint.
Price
£ 150.00
CLARK, John. Fidus and Eumenes, A Poetical Dialogue. In Two Parts, Viz. 1. The truth and excellency of Christianity vindicated, and objections answered. 2. The last Judgement described; with the unhappy end of all who reject, or abuse the Gospel. Printed for the Author by W. Nicholson....and sold by T. Williams. 1804. First Edition.
iv, 57pp, [3]. With terminal blank. Uncut, restitched but otherwise in original state.
Price
£ 175.00
CLARK, John. Novitius, A Poem. Addressed to a Young Minister; Offering some Friendly Hints to his consideration, respecting his conduct both in Private and Public. Printed for the Author' and sold by T. Williams. 1803. First Edition.
27pp, [1]. Uncut in original stitched publisher's blue paper wraps. Impressions of old pencilled titles, now erased, to upper wrap.
Price
£ 200.00
CLARK, Rev. John. Memoirs of the late Reverend John Clark, written by himself; and at his request, published, with remarks by William Jay. Printed and Sold for the Author by M. Gye et al.. 1810. First edition.
viii, 179pp, [1]. With an engraved portrait frontispiece and one plate. Finely bound by Chivers, although not identified as such, in contemporary navy half morocco, blue cloth boards, gilt, A.E.G., marbled endpapers. Slight rubbing to extremities. Offsetting to title, sporadic foxing throughout, plate detached.
Price
£ 100.00
CLARKE, Thomas Grey. A memoir of anna maria clarke, wife of the rev. thomas clarke. Harry Woolridge. 1853. First edition.
xii, [2], 482pp. With half-title, an engraved frontispiece, and several engraved illustrations in the text. Original publisher's blind-stamped brown cloth, lettered in gilt. A trifle rubbed, spine sunned, dust-soiling to fore-edge. Upper hinge exposed, contemporary ink ownership inscription to FEP, armorial bookplate of Henry Birkbeck to FFEP, very occasional light spotting.
Price
£ 75.00