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PRINCE, C[harles] Leeson. A record of the rainfall at Uckfield, Sussex, England, From 1843 to 1892 inclusive; also an account of the great snow storm which occurred in Sussex Dec. 25th, 1836. Farncombe & Co.. 1893. First edition.
22pp. With an engraved frontispiece. Original publisher's red cloth, gilt. Some light soiling and rubbing extremities with some surface loss to lower board. Bookplate of the Meteorological Office London to recto of FFEP, with their ink-stamp to title and shelf marks to FEP, FFEP and frontispiece nearly detached, inking to text of p.5. Presentation copy, inscribed in ink to FEP; 'The Meteorological Office with C. Leeson Prince's Complts. 1893.'
Price
£ 50.00
PRINCE, C[harles] Leeson. Observations upon the topography and climate of crowborough hill, sussex. Farncombe & Co.. 1898. Second edition.
[2], 312pp. With an illustrated frontispiece and seven plates. Bound by Barber of Lewes in contemporary half-vellum, marbled boards, contrasting red morocco lettering-pieces. Extremities a trifle rubbed and soiled. Internally clean and crisp. Presentation copy, ink inscription to FEP of; 'Capt. King / Isfield Place / with the author's kind regards / 2 Oct 1898'.
Price
£ 75.00
QUARLES, Francis. Emblems divine and moral: together with hieroglyphics of the life of man. Printed and Sold by H. Trapp. 1777.
[2], 289pp, [1]. Without two terminal leaves - translations of Latin mottoes and directions to the binder respectively. With an engraved half-title and a further 96 engraved plates. Contemporary gilt-tooled calf, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece. Rubbed, cracking to spine, corners bumped. Marbled endpapers, front blank fly-leaf removed, small hole to engraved half-title, very occasional ink-spotting/marking.
Price
£ 200.00
QUARLES, Francis. Emblems Divine and Moral; Together with hieroglyphicks of the Life of Man. Printed for D. Midwinter et al.. 1736.
[8], 375pp, [1]. With an engraved half-title and 93 engravings in the text. Bound by Charles Goodall of Leeds in early twentieth-century navy half-calf, buckram boards, tooled in gilt and blind. Rubbing to joints and edges, marking to boards, pen trials to recto and verso of engraved half-title, slight loss to lower corners of C2-3, browned throughout, occasional spots of dust-soiling.
Price
£ 250.00
QUARLES, Francis. Emblems, Divine and Moral; Together with hieroglyphicks of the Life of Man. Printed for A. Bettesworth et al.. 1723.
[8], 375pp, [1]. With an engraved half-title, and a further 94 engravings in the text. Contemporary gilt-ruled speckled calf. A trifle rubbed and marked, joints split. Hinges exposed, ink ownership inscriptions of 'William H. Davis' to recto of FFEP and head of p.9, small worm-trail to lower margins throughout, light dust-soiling.
Price
£ 250.00
QUARLES, Francis. Enchiridion: Containing institutions, divine {Contemplative. Practicall. moral {Ethicall. Oeconomicall. Politicall. Printed for R.F.. 1644. Third edition.
[228]pp. Nineteenth-century cloth, rubbed to extremities. Closed tear to leaf D2, very occasional marking, else a crisp copy.
Price
£ 950.00
QUINTON, John Allan. Heaven's Antidote to The Curse of Labour; or. The Temporal Advantages of the Sabbath, Considered in Relation to the Working Classes. With Six Engraved By George Measom, from Designs By Gilbert. Partridge and Oakey. 1849. First Edition.
xxiii, [1], 141pp, [3]. Frontispiece and three further engraved plates, two vignette engravings to text. Original publisher's blind-stamped cloth, gilt. Some fading to spine.
Price
£ 100.00
RADCLIFFE, Alexander. The ramble: an anti-heroick poem. Together with Some Terrestrail Hymns and Carnal Ejaculations. Printed for the Author, and are to be Sold by Walter Davis. 1682. First edition.
[16], 128pp. With initial blank leaf. Recent brown half-morocco, brown buckram boards, lettered in gilt, marbled edges. Minor wear to extremities. Ink ownership inscription of 'R Owen' to title-page, paper repair to margin of D2, light damp-staining and occasional spotting throughout.
Price
£ 500.00
RAMSAY, Allan. The gentle shepherd: a scot's pastoral comedy. Printed by Geo. Reid and Co.. 1798.
vii, [1], 95pp, [1]. With half-title, an engraved frontispiece, and one engraved plate. [Bound with;] SCHILLER, Frederick. The robbers. A tragedy. London. Printed [by G. Caw, Edinburgh] for G. G. and J. Robinson; and Bell & Bradfute, Edinburgh, 1800. Fourth English edition. xxii, [2], 176pp. With half-title and an engraved frontispiece. 8vo. Handsomely bound in contemporary half calf, purple cloth boards, contrasting morocco lettering-piece, gilt. Some light rubbing to extremities, spine slightly sunned. Internally clean and crisp but for the odd spot of foxing.
Price
£ 125.00
RAMSAY, Sr. Andrew. A new cyropaedia, or the travels of cyrus. With a Discourse on the Theology & Mythology of the Ancients. Pinted [sic] for Peter Macheul. 1779. A new edition, with many emendations et additions.
In two volumes. xxi, [2], 4-247, [1]; 301pp, [1]. With half-titles. Parallel French and English text. Uncut in original publisher's tan paper boards, manuscript lettering-pieces. Extremities worn and marked, loss to spines, some worming. Without endpapers, terminal leaves of both volumes pasted to lower boards, very occasional short marginal tears/chipping, foxed.
Price
£ 450.00
RAMSDEN, Henry. A gleaning in gods harvest. Foure Choyce handfuls; The Gate to Happinesse. The Wounded Saviour. The Epicures Caution. The Generation of Sekers. Printed [by John Dawson] for J[ohn] D[awson] and R. M[abb] and are to bee sold by Thomas Slater. 1639. First edition.
[24], 56, 67-231pp, [1]. Without terminal blank leaf. Handsomely bound in eighteenth-century gilt-tooled vellum, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece. Light discolouration to extremities. Marbled endpapers, occasional small holes to margins, marginal worm-trail to latter half of text-block, very occasional manuscript annotations, spotting.
Price
£ 650.00
RAPIN DE THOYRAS, [Paul de]. Dissertation sur les whigs et les torys. Chez Charles le Vier. 1717.
[8], 162pp. Title in red and black. Contemporary calf, gilt. Without lettering-piece, rubbed, joints starting, slight loss to head and foot of spine. Marbled endpapers, light damp-staining and occasional spots of foxing throughout, loss to bottom margin of B2, not affecting text. From the library of Hugh Selbourne, with small ink-stamps to verso of title and occasionally to margins.
Price
£ 100.00
RATHJENS, Carl. Die pilgerfahrt nach mekka von der Weihrauehstrasse zur Olwirtschaft. Robert Molich Verlag. 1948. First edition.
144pp. With a folding map bound at rear and several illustrations in the text. Original publisher's printed paper boards. Rubbing to spine with loss to head. boards a trifle browned, corners bumped.
Price
£ 75.00
RAVENSCROFT, Edward. The London cuckolds. A comedy... [s.n.]. 1723.
[4], 106pp, [2]. [Bound with;] BUCKINGHAM, George Villiers, Duke of,. The chances: a comedy... [s.i.], [s.n.], [n.d.]. [4], 99-167pp, [1]. [And;] [STEELE, Richard]. The Funeral: or, Grief A-la-mode. A comedy. [s.i.], [s.n.], 1712. [12], 81pp, [2]. [And;] CIBBER, C[olley]. The Careless Husband. A comedy. London, Printed for J. Tonson, 1718, Fifth edition. 94pp, [2]. With an engraved frontispiece. [And;] CIBBER, C[olley]. Love makes a man: or, The fop's Fortune. A comedy... London, Printed for R. Smith et al., 1716. 84pp. With an engraved frontispiece. [And;] CIBBER, C[olley]. Love's Last Shift; or, The Fool in Fashion. A comedy... London, Printed for R. Smith et al., 1717, Second edition. [12], 83pp, [1]. With an engraved frontispiece. Contemporary speckled calf, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece, richly gilt. Heavy rubbed to extremities with some surface loss, joints starting. Armorial bookplate of F. Leman Rogers to FEP, ink annotation listing the volumes contents to recto of FFEP, pen trials to blank endpapers, imprint of final work clipped, slight marginal loss to A11, A12, and B of third work, occasional light damp-staining.
Price
£ 150.00
RAWLINSON, Robert. Lectures, reports, letters, and papers on sanitary questions. P. S. King. 1876. First edition.
[4], 154pp. Presentation copy, inscribed to head of title-page; 'Edward Williams / from the author'. [Bound with:] RAWLINSON, Robert. Waterworks. Borough of liverpool. Report on the proposed supply of water to liverpool, from bala lake, in north wales. London. Waterlow & Sons, [1866]. Second edition. 34pp.With a large engraved folding map. 8vo. Contemporary half-calf, marbled boards, contrasting black morocco lettering-piece. Extremities heavily rubbed. Internally clean and crisp.
Price
£ 200.00