[SOCIETY OF FRIENDS]. Five pamphlets In this Volume, viz. 1. Two discourses and a Prayer, delivered at the Quakers' Yearly-Meeting in Bristol 1767, and taken down in Characters by a member of the Church of England 2. The Prayer of Agur illustrated, in a Funeral-discourse at Bristol; and a Sermon preached at French-Hay; taken down by the same hand. 3. A Sermon preached at Leeds, and taken down in Short-hand by James Blakes junior. To which are added, some of the last Sayings of Samuel Fothergill 4. An Epistle from Samuel Fothergill, Jonathan Raine, &c. the Friends who visited the Quarterly and Monthly-meetings of Ireland in 1762. 5. Poems inscribed to the Memory of Abraham Richard Hawkesworth, late Treasurer of the Bristol Infirmary, an one of the people called Quakers. Sold by Robert Jackson, [n.d., c.1775].
[2], 40, 36, 35, [1], 16, 23pp, [1]. Contemporary sheep, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece. Extremities worn, surface loss to spine, joints split. Bookplate of Deborah Birkbeck, Settle to FEP, with her ink ownership inscription to head of title-page, leaves lightly toned.
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£ 125.00
[SOCIETY OF PAINTERS IN WATER COLOURS]. Exhibition of the society of painters in water colours. The Fiftieth [Fifty-First, Fifty-Second, Fifty-third]. At the gallery, 5, pall-mall east. Open from Nine till Dusk. Admittance, one shilling...catalogue, sixpence. Printed by Joseph Clayton, 1854-1857.
Four separately issued catalogues. 16pp; 15pp, [3]; 14pp; 15pp, [1]. Stitched, as issued. Dust-soiled, lightly creased, a trifle chipped, occasional ink annotations/pen-trials.
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£ 500.00
[SOCIETY OF PAINTERS IN WATER COLOURS]. [15 catalogues for the annual and winter exhibitions of the Society of Painters in Water Colours, dated between 1868 and 1881]. Clayton and Co., and, from 1874 onwards, Harrison and Sons, 1868-1881.
15 separately issued catalogues. Stitched, as issued; those for the annual exhibition bound in original publisher's printed mauve paper wrappers, those for the winter exhibition issued without wrappers with the exception of the 1880-81. Dust-soiled, lightly creased, a trifle chipped, occasional loss to wrappers. Internally clean and crisp.
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£ 500.00
[SOULIGNE, de]. Political mischiefs of popery: or, Arguments Demonstrating, I. That the Romish Religion Ruines all those Countries where 'tis Establish'd. II. That is occasions the loss of above too Millions of Livres or 16 Millions Sterling, per An. to France in particular. III. That if Popery were Abolished in France, that Kingdom would become incomparably more Rich and Populous...IV. That it is impossible that France should ever be Re-Established, whilst Popery is their National Religion. Sold by J. Harris. 1698. First English edition.
[12], 148pp. Contemporary panelled calf, contrasting morocco lettering-piece, gilt. Slightly rubbed, small chip to foot of spine, a little cracking to joints. Bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst to FEP, neat ink-stamp of Ickwell-Bury Library to FFEP.
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£ 450.00
[SOUTH SEA BUBBLE]. The south sea bubble, and the Numerous Fraudulent Projects to which it gave rise in 1720, historically detailed as a beacon to the unwary against modern schemes (enumerated in an appendix) equally visionary and nefarious. For Thomas Boys. 1825. Second edition, with additions.
180pp. With engraved frontispiece and extra-engraved title, both depicting contemporary images relating to the Bubble. Uncut, in original publisher's attractive printed boards. Rubbed and a trifle marked, with loss to head of spine. FFEP torn away. Armorial bookplate of James Whatman to FEP.
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£ 950.00
[SPARVENFELD, Johan Gabriel]. Catalogus centuriae librorum rarissimorum manuscript. & partim impressorum, Arabicorum, Persicorum, Turcicorum, Graecorum, Latinorum &c. Quo anno MDCCV Bibliothecam Publicam Academiae Upsalensis auxit & exornavit. Typis Joh. Henry. Werneri S:ae R:ae M:tis & Acad. Upsal. Typographi. 1706. First edition.
[6], 74pp. With text in mixed Latin and Arabic type. Uncut and largely unopened, in later paper wrappers. Ink inscription to head of upper wrapper.
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£ 350.00
[SPIRITUAL RAILWAY]. J. Adams' spiritual railway, while travelling in the cars on the continent of Europe. [s.n.]. c.1850.
Single leaf broadside. Light diagonal creasing, a trifle browned.
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£ 125.00
[SQUIRE, Samuel]. Remarks upon Mr. Carte's Specimen of his General history of england: very proper to be read by all such as are Contributors to that great Work. In a Letter to a Friend. Printed for J. Robinson. 1748. First edition.
viii, [1], 10-62pp, [2]. With half-title and a terminal publisher's advertisement leaf. Recent red half-morocco, marbled boards, gilt. Extremities rubbed, library shelf-mark in correction fluid to spine. Recent bookplate of the Bath Public Reference Library to FEP, with their ink inscription and annotations to title-page, occasional embossed stamps, recent armorial bookplate of Frederici Shum to FFEP, light marginal damp-staining, closed tear to text of H3 - without loss, paper repair to head of same, small holes to advertisement leaf, lightly foxed.
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£ 100.00
[STEAMSHIPS], [HOUSE OF COMMONS]. Report on steam-vessel accidents. [s.n.]. [1839]. First edition.
vi, 40, 196pp, [2]. With eight engraved plates (one of which folding). [Bound after:] [HOUSE OF COMMONS]. Report from the select committee on british shipping; together with the minutes of evidence, appendix and index. [London]. [s.n.], [1844]. iv, 274pp. [And:] [HOUSE OF COMMONS]. Report from select committee on merchant seamen's fund; with the minutes of evidence, appendix, and index. [London]. [s.n.], [1840]. xii, 116pp. [And:] [HOUSE OF COMMONS]. Report from the select committee on merchant seamen's fund; together with the minutes of evidence, appendix and index. [London]. [s.n.], [1844]. xii, 187pp, [1]. [And:] [HOUSE OF COMMONS]. Shipping dues. Return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 10 February 1845;- for, a return "of the several Dues and Charges of every kind levied on Shipping at each Port, Harbour, or Creek in the United Kingdom... [London]. [s.n.], [1845]. 124pp, [2]. Quarto. Contemporary half-calf, marbled boards, contrasting black morocco lettering-pieces. Extremities rubbed. Bookplates and ink shelf-marks of Bath Reference Library to endpapers, embossed stamp of same to first title-page, very occasional light spotting/marking.
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£ 350.00
[STEWART, Charles Edward]. The Arguments (In Verse) of the Foxiad; An Historical Poem, In Ten Books, With Notes, and a Dedication to the Eulogist of Bonaparte. Printed by W. Stratford...Sold by Bickerstaff.... 1803. First London Edition.
30pp. Later paper wraps. Chipped to extremities, some foxing to title. Marginal loss to C3.
Price
£ 75.00
[STUART, Charles Edward]. The history of prince charles edward stuart, commonly called the pretender. Printed for the Booksellers. c.1850. First edtion.
24pp. With a woodcut portrait of the Prince to title-page. Number 120 in a series. Unbound. Slight chipping to leaf margins, lightly dust-soiled.
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£ 75.00
[SURTEES, Robert Smith]. Mr Facey Romford's Hounds. Bradbury and Evans. [1865]. First edition.
In original 12 monthly parts. With 24 hand-coloured etched plates by John Leech and Halbot Knight Browne. Original publisher's brick-red pictorial wrappers, housed in recent custom red morocco pull-off case by W. Root & Son of London. Case a trifle rubbed, with bookplates of Samuel Henry Austin and Lucius Wilmerding. Very slight chipping to spines, upper panel of part I detached from text-block. Internally clean and crisp, without insert 'Note of Lever's Martin...' to Part VI, or insert slip 'Just Published...' to Part VII.
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£ 650.00
[SURTEES, Robert Smith]. Plain or ringlets. Bradbury and Evans. [1860]. First edition.
In original monthly parts - 13 parts bound as 12. With 13 hand-coloured etched plates, and numerous wood-engraved illustrations in the text, by John Leech. Bound without 12pp publisher's catalogue to end of Part XIII. Original publisher's brick-red pictorial wrappers, housed in recent custom red cloth clamshell case. Very slight chipping and dust-soiling to extremities. Very occasional spotting, pen trial to verso of one plate.
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£ 600.00
[SWIFT, Jonathan]. Some remarks on the Barrier Treaty, between her majesty and the States-General...To which are added, The said Barrier-Treaty, with the Two Separate Articles; Part of the Counter-Project; The Sentiments of Prince Eugene and Count Sinzendorf upon the said Treaty; And a Representation of the English Merchants at Bruges. Printed for John Morphew. 1712. Second edition.
48pp. Uncut, stitched as issued. Slight soiling to front and rear, a little creasing, else a fine unsophisticated copy.
Price
£ 325.00
[SYDNEY HARBOUR TRUST]. The port of sydney N.S.W. official handbook. Published by the Sydney Harbour Trust. 1913. Second edition.
68pp. With three illustrated colour maps, three folding monochrome photographic plates, and numerous monochrome photographic illustrations in the text. Original publisher's green cloth, stamped in gilt and blind, housed in drab paper slipcase. Extremities rubbed and a trifle discoloured. Text-block working loose of binding, occasional short tears to folding plates/maps, with clear tape repairs to verso of one plate. Compliment slip of the Sydney Harbour Trust Commissioners loosely inserted.
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£ 125.00