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THE LADIES' COMPANION, and Monthly Magazine. Vol XVII. Second Series. 1860. £ 45.00

London. Rogerson and Tuxford. 1860. pp. (iv), 336. Frontis and 5 engravings, all stained; 6 coloured fashion plates, all folded. 8vo. Half calf, marbled baords. hinges rubbed.

Reference: 15658

 
(ALEXANDER, James Dallas). AN EXPOSITION OF THE CAUSES AND CHARACTER OF THE LATE WAR WITH GREAT BRITAIN. Published by Authority of the American Government. £ 25.00

London. W. I Clement. 1815. pp. (iv), 101. 8vo. Disbound. 10th edition. Washington Printed. Badly foxed, especially the title page. Good.

Reference: 244470

 
(BEETON, Mrs Isabella Mary. Editor.) ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal, combining Practical Information, Instruction & Amusement. New Series. Vol IV Nos 21 - 24; Vol V; Vol VI Nos 31 & 32. £ 80.00

London. S.O. Beeton. (1862?) pp. iv, 98 - 284, 288, 96.12 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. Binding detached. With the title page for Vol V.

Reference: 138503

 
(BEETON, Mrs Isabella Mary. Editor.) ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal, combining Practical Information, Instruction & Amusement. Vol II. £ 40.00

London. Clarke, Beeton & Co. (1854?). pp. viii, 392. Frontis, engraved title, illustrated throughout with engravings within the text. Small 8vo. Contemporary cloth. Nice, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 19758

 
(BEETON, Mrs Isabella Mary. Editor.) ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal, combining Practical Information, Instruction & Amusement. Vol III. £ 30.00

London. Clarke & Beetpon. (1855). pp viii, 392. Frontis, engraved title, illustrated throughout with engravings within the text. Small 8vo. Original blind stamped cloth. Some foxing. pp. 237 - 244 trimmed at bottom of page not affecting the text.

Reference: 17256

 
(BEETON, Mrs Isabella Mary. Editor.) ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal, combining Practical Information, Instruction & Amusement. Vol IV. £ 25.00

London. S.O. Beeton. (1856?) pp. viii, 376. Frontis, engraved title, illustrated throughout with engravings within the text. Small 8vo.. Original blind stamped cloth, rear hinge split but holding firm, 1st gathering loose.

Reference: 33487

 
(BEETON, Mrs Isabella Mary. Editor.) ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal, combining Practical Information, Instruction & Amusement. Vol IV. £ 60.00

London. S.O. Beeton. (1856?) pp. viii, 376. Illustrated throughout with engravings within the text. Small 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards, corners slightly rubbed. Without frontis and engraved title. pp.362/363 has 'Woman's Lot. A Fragment by the Author of Jane Eyre'. Tipped in and loose are newspaper cuttings relating to this article by Charlotte Bronte.

Reference: 44043

 
(BEETON, Mrs Isabella Mary. Editor.) ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal, combining Practical Information, Instruction & Amusement. Vol V. £ 25.00

London. S.O. Beeton. (1857). pp. viii, 376. Frontis, engraved title, illustrated throughout with engravings within the text. Small 8vo. Original blind stamped cloth, spine faded and slightly damaged. Some foxing.

Reference: 180601

 
(BEETON, Mrs Isabella Mary. Editor.) ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal, combining Practical Information, Instruction & Amusement. Vol VI. £ 25.00

London. S.O. Beeton. (1858). pp.viii, 376, (iii) of adverts. Frontis, engraved title, illustrated throughout with engravings within the text. Small 8vo. Original blind stamped cloth, spine faded and frayed, rear hinge split, front hinge weak.Some foxing. Slightly shabby.

Reference: 8648

 
(BEETON, Mrs Isabella Mary. Editor.) ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal, combining Practical Information, Instruction & Amusement. Vol VII. £ 30.00

London. S.O. Beeton. (1858?) pp. viii, 376. Frontis, engraved title, illustrated throughout with engravings within the text. Small 8vo. Original blind stamped cloth, spine faded and frayed. Text block browned.

Reference: 68800

 
(BEETON, Mrs Isabella Mary. Editor.) ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal, combining Practical Information, Instruction & Amusement. Vol VIII. £ 20.00

London. S.O. Beeton. (1859). pp. ii, 8, iii - vi, 16, 33 - 376. Frontis, engraved title, illustrated throughout with engravings within the text. Small 8vo. Half calf, marble boards. The index is misbound and issue No. 1 is lacking.

Reference: 22266

 
(BEETON, S.O.) (THE ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal combining Practical Information, Instruction and Amusement. New Series Vol I & Vol II.) £ 30.00

London. S.O. Beeton. (1860 - 1861). pp. 283, 336. Pattern as frontis with 9 others, engravings within the text. 8vo. Blue cloth, corners bumped. Covers May to October and then November to April. Lacking titles and preliminaries and all fashion plates.

Reference: 14196

 
(BEETON, S.O.) (THE ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal combining Practical Information, Instruction and Amusement. New Series Vol III.) £ 20.00

(London. S.O. Beeton.) (1861). pp. 312. Folded pattern as frontis with a further 5 patterns and 5 coloured fashion plates, engravings within the text. 8vo. Half calf, cloth boards, head & tail of spine rubbed. The issues run from June to October, lacking title and preliminaries.

Reference: 64136

 
(BEETON, S.O.) (THE ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal combining Practical Information, Instruction and Amusement. New Series Vol IX). £ 16.00

(London. S.O. Beeton.) (c. 1864). pp. 384. 8 coloured fashion plates, 5 patterns. 8vo. Original blind stamped and gilt decorated green cloth, marked and grubby. Lacking title and index, 3 patterns. ! fashion plate, 1 pattern and several pages detached but present. Poor.

Reference: 188442

 
(BEETON, S.O.) THE ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal combining Practical Information, Instruction and Amusement. New Series Vol I. £ 25.00

London. S.O. Beeton. (1860). pp. viii, 288. Coloured fashion plate frontis and 5 others, 6 patterns, engravings within the text. 8vo. Half calf, head and tail of spine rubbed. The issues run from May to October, lacking pp191/192, last leaf of August.

Reference: 120170

 
(BEETON, S.O.) THE ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal combining Practical Information, Instruction and Amusement. New Series Vol II. £ 25.00

London. S.O. Beeton. (1861). pp. viii, 336, 4 of prospectus. Coloured fashion frontis and 7 coloured fashion plates, 6 patterns folded (1 repaired), engravings within text. 8vo. Half calf, cloth boards, corners and head & tail of spine rubbed. The issues run from November to April, lacking pp287/288, the last leaf of March.

Reference: 178313

 
(BEETON, S.O.) THE ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal combining Practical Information, Instruction and Amusement. New Series Vol IV. £ 25.00

London. S.O. Beeton. (1861 - 1862). pp. iv, 284. 6 coloured fashion plates, 4 patterns, many engravings within the text. 8vo. Original blind stamped green cloth with gilt decoration, spine dulled, slightly shaken. Lacking 2 patterns

Reference: 107720

 
(BEETON, S.O.) THE ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal combining Practical Information, Instruction and Amusement. New Series Vol VII. £ 30.00

London. S.O. Beeton. (c. 1863) pp. iv, 288. 6 coloured fashion plates, 6 patterns, folded. 8vo. Original green blind stamped and gilt decorated cloth, head and tail of spine frayed, spine darkened. 1 fashion plate detached but present.

Reference: 64821

 
(BEETON, S.O.) THE ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal combining Practical Information, Instruction, and Amusement. 1866. Vol III (Second Division). £ 50.00

London. Ward, Lock & Tyler. (1867). pp. viii, 664. 13 coloured fashion plates, 7 coloured patterns. 8vo. Half calf, cloth boards. pp. 481/482 with one plate and one pattern detached, one other plate loose. Lacking 5 patterns, and 2 plates.

Reference: 16310

 
(BEETON, S.O.) THE ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal combining Practical Information, Instruction, and Amusement. 1866. Vol IV & V. £ 50.00

London. Ward, Lock & Tyler. (1868). 2 vols bound together. pp. viii, 328, viii, 328, iv, viii x 10 of Births, Marriages & Deaths. 8 coloured fashion plates and 11 coloured patterns. 8vo. Half calf, cloth baords. Lacking 4 fashion plates and 2 patterns.

Reference: 9970

 
(BEETON, Samuel Orchart) Editor. BEETON'S ENGLISHWOMAN'S ALMANAC - 1871; 1872; & 1873. £ 60.00

London. Ward, Lock & Tyler. 1871, 1872, 1873. 3 issues bound together. pp. 64, 64, 64. 10 chromolithographs, 8 patterns. Royal 8v0. Half calf, marble boards. Front hinge slightly cracked but firm. Front of wrappers bound in. Endpapers pencil doodles.

Reference: 132200

 
(BEETON, Samuel. Editor). THE YOUNG ENGLISHWOMAN. A Volume of Pure Literature, New Fashions, and Pretty Needlwork Patterns. £ 95.00

London. Ward, Lock & Tyler. 1868. pp. vii, 664. 12 colour fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marble boards, spine relaid. No half title.

Reference: 102422

 
(BEETON, Samuel. Editor). THE YOUNG ENGLISHWOMAN. A Volume of Pure Literature, New Fashions, and Pretty Needlwork Patterns. £ 95.00

London. Ward, Lock & Tyler. 1867. pp. pp. vii, 664. 12 colour fashion plates, many further engraved illustrations and patterns within the text. 8vo. Half calf, cloth boards. Badly foxed in places.

Reference: 26445

 
(DE COURCY, Maragaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES' CABINET of Fashion, Music and Romance. Vol 2. £ 45.00

London. Geo. Henderson. 1839. pp.(ii), 442. Frontis, engraved title, 12 engraved plates, 25 coloured fashion plates. 12m0. Full calf, spine dry and with gilt decoration. Hinges rubbed, front hinge weak. Some off setting. All plates present.

Reference: 44586

 
(DE COURCY, Maragaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES' CABINET of Fashion, Music and Romance. Vol XIII. £ 50.00

London. E Henderson. 1838. pp. (ii), 442. Frontis, engraved title, 13 engraved plates, 26 coloured fashion plates. 12mo. Full calf, bottom of spine lacking, spine detached from rear baord. All plates present. Clean copy.

Reference: 30675

 
(DE COURCY, Maragaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES' CABINET of Fashion, Music and Romance. Vol XIV. £ 45.00

London. E. Henderson. 1838. pp. (iv), 440. Frontis, engraved title, 18 engraved plates, 26 coloured fashion plates. 12mo. Full calf, spine lacking top, hinges weak. Some off setting. All plates present.

Reference: 100366

 
(DE COURCY, Margaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES CABINET of Fashion, Music & Romance. Vol 3. £ 30.00

London. Geo. Henderson. 1845. pp. 442, (ii). Frontis and 11 engraved plates, 26 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards, slightly rubbed. Lacking pp. 301 - 304. Some foxing. All plates present.

Reference: 16356

 
(DE COURCY, Margaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES CABINET of Fashion, Music & Romance. Vol 5. £ 30.00

London. George. Henderson. 1846. pp.422, (ii). Engraved title, 10 engraved plates, 24 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards, spine dry, hinges rubbed. Off setting, engraved plates foxed. Lacking 2 engraved plates, all fashion plates present.

Reference: 82200

 
(DE COURCY, Margaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES CABINET of Fashion, Music & Romance. Vol 6. £ 30.00

London. George Henderson. 1846. pp. (ii), 434. Engraved title & 12 engraved plates, 26 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards, front hinge cracking but holding. Lacks 1 engraving, those present foxed. Lacks pp. 141 - 143. All fashion plates present and clean.

Reference: 20203

 
(DE COURCY, Margaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES CABINET of Fashion, Music & Romance. Vol 8. £ 30.00

London. E. Henderson. 1847. pp. 414, (ii). Engraved title and 7 engraved plates, 26 fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards, spine and front board nearly detached. All plates clean and present.

Reference: 203730

 
(DE COURCY, Margaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES' CABINET of Fashion, Music and Romance. Vol 3. £ 60.00

London. Geo. Henderson. 1840. pp. 442, (ii). Frontis, engraved title, & 12 engraved plates, 26 coloured fashion plates. 12mo. Half calf, cloth boards. Some off setting. All plates present.

Reference: 104177

 
(DE COURCY, Margaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES' CABINET of Fashion, Music and Romance. Vol XII. £ 60.00

London. E. Henderson. 1837. pp. (ii), 442. Frontis, engraved title & 11 engraved plates, 26 coloured fashion plates. 12mo. Full calf, black spine labels, gilt decoration. pp. 255- 262 & 275 - 282 misbound. All plates present.

Reference: 75193

 
(ISOBEL of Pearson's Weekly. Editor.) HOME NOTES. Vol IX January 18 1896 - April 11 1896. £ 20.00

(London. C. Arthur Pearson.) (1896). pp. 544. Illustrated throughout with line drawings and adverts. 8vo. Contemporary red cloth, faded, spine dulled. Text block browned.

Reference: 16158

 
(MAIBEN, Frederick). AN ORIGINAL COLLECTION OF EXTANT EPITAPHS. Gathered by A Commercial in Spare Moments. Published by Request. £ 10.00

London. F. Maiben. 1870. pp.viii, 88. 8vo. Original cloth, head and tail of spine slightly worn, corners rubbed. Front free endpaper retained with archival tape.

Reference: 66920

 
(PHILP, Robert Kemp) Editor. THE FAMILY FRIEND. Vol 2. £ 10.00

London. Houlston and Stoneman. (1850). pp. viii, 3 - 358, 24. Frontis, illustrated. 8vo. Original blind stamped cloth.

Reference: 102590

 
(PHILP, Robert Kemp) Editor. THE FAMILY FRIEND. Vol. 3. £ 10.00

London. Houlston and Stoneman. (1850). pp. viii, 3 - 354, 24. Frontis, illustrated. 8vo. Original blind stamped cloth.

Reference: 96930

 
(PHILP, Robert Kemp) Editor. THE FAMILY FRIEND. Vol. I. £ 10.00

London. Houlston and Stoneman. (1849). pp. viii, 3 - 338, 40. Frontis, illustrated. 8vo. Original blind stamped cloth. Front hinge weak, shaken

Reference: 64200

 
(PHILP, Robert Kemp). ENQUIRE WITHIN UPON EVERYTHING. £ 25.00

Bound with THE DENOMINATIONAL REASON WHY giving the Origin, History, and Tenets of the Christian Sects, with Reasons assigned by Themselves for their Specialities of Faith and Forms of Worship. London. Houlston & Wright. 1862/1860. pp. xxviii, 352; xvi, 360. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. Spine labels and gilt bands. Enquire within is the 17th edition. Nice binding.

Reference: 13776

 
(PLANCHE, J.R.) HISTORY OF BRITISH COSTUME. £ 20.00

London. Charles Knight. 1834. pp. 376. Frontis and many further illustrations in the text. 12mo. Original cloth, top section of spine damaged. Hinges weak internally. The Library of Entertaining Knowledge. With the bookplate of Moseley Social Club & Reading Room.

Reference: 6657

 
(WILTON, Mary Margaret Stanley Egerton, Countess of.) THE BOOK OF COSTUME: or, Annals of Fashion, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. By a Lady of Rank. £ 50.00

Illustrated with upwards of two hundred Engravings on Wood, by the most eminent artists. London. henry Colburn. 1847. pp xii, 482. Engraved title, many line drawings within the text. 8vo. Original cloth, spine relaid, later endpapers. New edition.

Reference: 75387

 
ANON THE ROYAL LADY'S MAGAZINE, and Archives of the Court of St. James. Vol.III. £ 100.00

London. W. Sams & S. Robinson. 1832 - 1833. pp. (x), 312, iv, 256, (ii) of index, (ii), 136. Each month has 4 pages at the beginning with seperate pagination. 21 engraved plates, 10 coloured flower plates, 28 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marbled baords, front board detached, spine loose. The engarvings are foxed but the flower and fashion plates are clean. The book contains Volumes III & IV with half of Vol V. (Jan, Feb, March 1833). Lacks 2 coloured fashion plates, 5 flower plates.

Reference: 8903

 
ANON. HE WOULD NOT NEGLECT THE DEFENCE OF THE COUNTRY. What Sir R. Peel has to do to fulfil that promise, that word of his, to his country. £ 25.00

London. Pelham Richardson. 1845. pp. 60. 8vo. Disbound. Clean copy.

Reference: 10112

 
ANON. PETIT COURRIER DES DAMES. 84 plates. £ 675.00

London. S and J Fuller. 1848 - 1849. 84 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards.

Reference: 136840

 
ANON. THE COURT, LADY'S MAGAZINE, MONTHLY CRITIC AND MUSEUM. For the Half-year ending June, 1841. £ 50.00

With Le Follet courrier des salons Journal des Modes. Jan - June 1841. London. (Dobbs & Co.) 1841. pp. (viii), 91, 81 - 436, 111a - 150a. Coloured frontis with 5 further historical costume/figures plates, 10 coloured fashion plates. Half calf, marbled boards, front hinge cracked but firm. Lacks 2 coloured fashion plates and pp. 63 - 66; 73 - 81; 203 - 206 & 225 - 229. pp. 81 - 83 misbound. Small amount of worm not affecting the text. There is no title page - on p.436 it states 'The Index, Title-page, and Directions to Binder, will be given in our next Number'

Reference: 10842

 
ANON. THE FAMILY ECONOMIST; A Penny Monthly Magazine for the Industrious Classes. Vols III & IV. £ 60.00

London. Groombridge & Sons. 1851 - 1851. 2 vols bound together. pp. iv, 236, iv, 236. Illustrated. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards slightly rubbed. Title page of Vol III repaired with archival tape with no loss of text.

Reference: 76860

 
ANON. THE LADIES CABINET OF FASHION, MUSIC, AND ROMANCE. £ 600.00

London.. Geo. henderson. 1841 - 1843. 6 vols bound in 3. each vol had the following pagination. pp 442, (ii). 156 colour fashion plates, 6 frontis's (one misbound), 6 vignettes on the engraved titles, 72 engravings, most of which are foxed. the fashion plates are clean. 12mo. Half black calf.

Reference: 10000

 
ANON. THE LADY'S MAGAZINE AND MUSEUM of the Belles-Lettres, Fine Arts, Music, Drama, Fashions etc. Improved Series Enlarged Vols 2 & 3. £ 40.00

With Le Follet courrier des salons Journal des Modes 1833. London. J. Page. 1833. pp. 139 - 304, (iv) of index, viii, 362, (iv) of index. 6 portrait plates, 2 uncoloured, 4 coloured, 16 coloured fashion plates, 13 leaves of music, 1 engraved plate. 8vo. Contemporary cloth, spine slightly faded. Vol 2 lacks all before p 139, so January, February & March, also lacks pp. 187/188; 245/246. Vol 3 lacks pp 55/56, 257 - 260, 113 - 172 (September) Le Follet mirrors the lack of months.

Reference: 33239

 
ANON. THE LADY'S MAGAZINE AND MUSEUM of the Belles-Lettres, Fine Arts, Music, Drama, Fashions etc. Improved Series Enlarged Vols X & XI. £ 60.00

With Le Follet courrier des salons Journal des Modes 1837. London. Dobbs & Co. 1837. pp. 444, 484, 49 - 96. 2 engraved titles, 11 coloured portrait plates, 19 coloured fashion plates, one torn. 8vo. Contemporary cloth, spine slightly faded. Vol X lacking all plates for March; Vol XI lacking pp 157 - 164, the fashion plates for August and the portrait plate for September. Le Follet lacking pp 57 - 60, 89 - 92 and pp. 93 -96 nearly detached. There are no indexes.

Reference: 11299

 
ANON. THE LADY'S MAGAZINE AND MUSEUM of the Belles-Lettres, Fine Arts, Music, Drama, Fashions etc. Improved Series Vols VIII & IX. £ 100.00

With Le Follet courrier des salons Journal des Modes 1836. London. J. Page; Dobbs & Co. 1836. pp. 442, (viii) of index, 424, (viii) of index, 48. 2 engraved frontis's, 12 coloured portrait plates, 22 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Contemporary cloth, hinges week, front board with ink spots. Some foxing in Vol IX. Lacks September fashion plates.

Reference: 388886

 
ANON. THE LADY'S MAGAZINE AND MUSEUM of the Belles-Lettres, Fine Arts, Music, Drama, Fashions etc. Improved Series, Enlarged. Vols VI & VII. £ 75.00

With Le Follet courrier des salons Journal des Modes 1834. London. Dobbs & Co; J. Page. 1835. pp. 372, (iv0 of index, 388, (vi) of index, 48. 2 engraved titles, 11 coloured whole length portraits, 22 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Contemporary cloth, spine slightly faded, front hinge weak. One fashion plate repaired. Lacking all 3 plates for October, and pp. 9/10; & 37 - 40 in Le Follet. Engrave title for Vol VI slightly grubby otherwise a clean copy.

Reference: 78714

 
ANON. THE LADY'S MAGAZINE AND MUSEUM of the Belles-Lettres, Fine Arts, Music, Drama, Fashions etc. United Series Vols IV & V. £ 60.00

With Le Follet courrier des salons Journal des Modes 1834. London. Dobbs & Co; J. Page. 1834. pp. 48, 41 -384, (iv) of index, 382, (iv) of index. 2 engraved frontis's, 8 colourd portrait plates, 19 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Contemporary cloth, spine slightly faded, front hinge weak. Vol IV frontis detached, pp. 41 - 48 duplicated, lacks pp 257 - 321 (May), lacks portrait plate for April & May and the fashion plates for May. Vol V lacks the following pp 61 - 64; 127/128; 191/192; 255/256; 319/320. Le Follet has very strange pagination, not listed here, and it lacks May and August. Lacking the portrait plates for August and November, and the fashion plates for August and one in November. Slightly shabby.

Reference: 8765

 
ANON. THE LADY'S MAGAZINE AND MUSEUM of the Belles-Lettres, Fine Arts, Music, Drama, Fashions etc. United Series Vols XII & XIII. £ 100.00

With Le Follet courrier des salons Journal des Modes 1838. London. Dobbs & Co. 1838. pp. 16, 45 - 80, 65 - 322, 399 - 590, (iv) index, 1 - 639, (v) index, 48. 2 engraved titles, 9 coloured whole length portraits (one uncoloured), 22 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Contemporary cloth, spine slightly faded, front hinge weak. 1 engraved title detached, pp.7/8 detached, Vol XII engraved title, 1st plate and first few pages selotaped in. Lacking 3 coloured portraits and 2 fashion plates also pp. 13 - 16 of Le Follet.

Reference: 54681

 
ANON. THE LADY'S MAGAZINE AND MUSEUM of the Belles-Lettres, Fine Arts, Music, Drama, Fashions etc. United Series Vols XIV & XV. £ 100.00

With Le Follet courrier des salons Journal des Modes 1839. London. Dobbs & Co. 1839. pp668, (vi) of index, 688, iv, 49 - 92. Engraved frontis Vol XIV, 11 coloured portrait plates, 23 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Contemporary cloth, spine slightly faded. Volume slightly shaken. Folded sheet from publishers bound in listing the historical plates. Vol XIV lacks pp 429/430 and 1 fashion plate; Vol XV lacks pp 345 - 356 & 581 - 660. There is no September and December portrait plates and no December fashion plates. Le Follet is complete.

Reference: 114581

 
ANON. THE LADY'S MAGAZINE AND MUSEUM of the Belles-Lettres, Fine Arts, Music, Drama, Fashions etc. United Series Vols XVI & XVII. £ 100.00

With Le Follet courrier des salons Journal des Modes 1840 London. Dobbs & Co. 1840. pp. 607, 515, 97 - 144. 1 engraved title, 11 coloured whole length portraits, 23 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Contemporary cloth, hinges slightly weak. Lacks in Vol XVI pp. 175/176, in Vol XVII engraved title, coloured portrait for August and the fashion plates for July. Clean copy.

Reference: 13706

 
ANON. THE LADY'S MAGAZINE, or Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, Appropriated solely to their Use and Amusement. Vol L for the Year 1819. £ 150.00

London. Baldwin, Cradock & Joy. 1819. pp. 624. Engraved title, frontis & 12 engraved plates, 22 coloured fashion plates, 2 patterns. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. Lacks 2 engraved plates. Clean copy.

Reference: 64020

 
ANON. THE LADY'S MAGAZINE, or Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, Appropriated solely to their Use and Amusement. Vol XXIII for the Year 1792. £ 100.00

London. G.G.J and J Robinson. 1792. pp. 724, (iv) of index. Engraved title, frontis and 24 engraved plates, 7 patterns, folded, 13 sheets of music folded. Half calf, marbled boards, spine worn, signs of burning. Front board detached, lacking 6 patterns. ESTC P2643

Reference: 103029

 
ANON. THE LADY'S MAGAZINE, or Mirror of the Belles Lettres. Fashions, Fine Arts, Music, Drama etc. A New Series. Volume the Eighth. £ 150.00

London. S. Robinson. 1827. pp. (ii), 680. Frontis, 20 engraved plates of which one is coloured, 24 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards, rubbed. Front board detached, spine loose. There is pencil marginalia throughout. The engravings are foxed, but the fashion plates are clean. All plates as called for.

Reference: 140220

 
ANON. THE LADY'S MAGAZINE; or Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, approproated soley to their Use and Amusement. Vol XXXVII for the Year 1806. £ 50.00

London. G. Robinson. 1806. pp. 564, 4 of adverts, 565 - 718, (vi) of index. Frontis, engraved title, 17 engraved plates, 1 coloured fashion plate. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. pp. 59 - 62 folded flaw in the printing process with loss of text. Lacking 8 engraved plates, 11 costume plates and all patterns. The text is complete and clean.

Reference: 42546

 
ANON. THE LADY'S MAGAZINE; or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, appropriated soley to their Use and Amuusement. (Volume XXVI). £ 40.00

London. G.G. & J Robinson. 1795. pp. 628, 1 leaf of index only. 19 engraved plates of 52 (No fashion plates present). 8vo. Modern faux leather, new endpapers. Text of all 12 issues and supplement present, lacking leaf of index. ESTC P2643

Reference: 89244

 
ANON. THE MIRROR of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction. Vol XXXVII, No 1046. Saturday, February 13, 1841. £ 5.00

London. Hugh Cunningham. 1841. pp. 97 - 112. 8vo. Disbound. With an illustration of the Surrey Pauper Lunatic Asylum, near Wandsworth and article about the same.

Reference: 6547

 
ANON. THE YOUNG WOMAN'S COMPANION; being a Guide to Every Acquirement essential in forming the character of female servants: containing Moral and Religious Letters, Essays, and Tales; also valuable Receipts and Directions relating to domestic economy. £ 15.00

London. Allman & Son. ND. (C. 1830s). pp. 320. Frontis, engraved title, both foxed. 16mo. Modern pink cloth, spine faded, new endpapers.

Reference: 44882

 
ARCHBOLD, John Frederick. DR. ROBINSON'S MAGISTRATE'S POCKET-BOOK; or, An Epitome of the Dutues and Practice of a Justice of the Peace, out of sessions, alphabetically aranged. To which is aded A Copious and General Index. Second Edition with considerable alterations and additions. £ 85.00

London. John Richards & Co. 1837. pp. xviii, 466, (xl). 8vo. Full calf respined with previous woenr's name in gilt on front board - J. Hussey and the bookplate of Anne & F.G Renier. The last, unnumbered section (xl) is entitles Statutes relating to The Criminal Law passed since the Publication of the Magistrate's Pocket Book. Ink MS notes in margins of p. 385.

Reference: 70450

 
BABBAGE, Charles. A COMPARATIVE VIEW OF THE VARIOUS INSTITUTIONS FOR THE ASSURANCE OF LIVES. £ 1,200.00

London. J. Mawman. 1826. pp. xxxi, 170, (xxvii) of tables. 1 table folded. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards, spine relaid. Association copy with the name of Babbage's son Henry P (Prevost) Babbage in ink on the inside of the front board and it is inscribed by his great grandson, Richard H. Babbage on the front free endpaper. It also has the bookplates of J. H. Lea and Erwin Tomash. An interesting copy.

Reference: 76040

 
BABBAGE, Charles. NOTICE RESPECTING SOME ERRORS COMMON TO MANY TABLES OF LOGARITHMS. Read March 9, 1827. £ 225.00

Astonomical Society of London. (1827). pp. 65 -67. 4to. Disbound. Drop head title. From Memoirs of the Astronomical Society, Vol 3 (1827).

Reference: 20726

 
BABBAGE, Charles. ON THE APPLICATION OF ANALYSIS TO THE DISCOVERY OF LOCAL THEOREMS AND PORISMS. (Read May 1. 1820) £ 200.00

Royal Society of Edinburgh. (1823). pp. 337 - 352. 1 plate. 4to. Wrapper, foxed, with front label. Drop head title. From Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Vol 9.

Reference: 8873

 
BABBAGE, Charles; Davy, Sir Humphrey; Herschel, Sir William et al. PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON for the Year MDCCCXVII. Parts I and II. £ 350.00

London. W. Bulmer & Co. 1817. pp. Viii, 182, (iv), 183 - 369, (vii) of index, 26. 20 plates. 4to. Full calf, hinges slightly rubbed. Babbage's article is 'Observations on the Analogy which subsists between the Calculus of Functions and other branches of Analysis'; Herschel - 'Astronomical observations and experiments tending to investigate the local arrangements of the celestial bodies in space, and to determine the extent and condition of the Milky Wa'; Davy - 'Some researches on flame' & 'Some new experiments and observations on the combustion of gaseous mixtures, withan account of a method of preserving a continued light in mixtures of inflammable gases and air without flame'.

Reference: 24919

 
BANCROFT, Aaron. THE DUTIES ENJOINED BY THE FOURTH COMMANDMENT, illustrated in a Discourse delivered January 1817. £ 25.00

Worcester, MA. William Manning. 1817. pp. 39. 8vo. 2nd edition. Disbound. Ink inscription at top of titlepage.

Reference: 129820

 
BATEMAN, Thomas, MD. A SUCCINCT ACCOUNT OF THE CONTAGIOUS FEVER of this Country, exemplified in the epidemic now prevailing in London: £ 130.00

With the appropriate method of treatment as practised in the house of recovery. To which is added Observationsd on the Nature and Properties of Contagion, tending to correct the popular notions on this subject, and pointing out the means of prevention. London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown. 1818. pp. x, (ii), 177, (i), (ii) of adverts. 8vo. Original boards, later paper spine and endpapers. 1st edition of this work on Typhus. A very good copy.

Reference: 33725

 
BATTY, Captain Robert. AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE CAMPAIGN OF 1815, £ 285.00

Illustrated by Plans of the Operations and of the Battles of Quatre Bras, Ligny, and Waterloo. London. Rodwell and Martin, & W. Clarke; and T. Egerton. 1820. pp. vii, errata, 162. 6 maps and 5 folding tables as is usual but with an additional coloured, folded map, coloured folded plate, and 26 engravings. 8vo. Half black calf, marbled boards. Corners bumped, head of spine torn. Some foxing throughout. 2nd edition. An interesting grangerised copy.

Reference: 19798

 
BEETON, S.O. BEETON'S CHRISTMAS ANNUALS - 13th, 14th, 15th, & 16th with Finis; Edward VII; Jon Duan; Benjamin D - £ 50.00

London. Ward, Lock & Tyler; Weldon & Co. 1872 - 1877. 8 works bound together. Illustrated. 8vo. Half calf, cloth boards. Edward VII, Jon Duan & Benjamin D all have the coloured front wrapper bound in.

Reference: 11444

 
BEETON'S LAW BOOKS. BEETON'S HAND-BOOK OF THE LAW relating to Landlord and Tenant. No. VII. £ 10.00

London. Ward, Lock & Co. 1876. pp. (ii), iv, 162, 28 of adverts. Small 8vo. Yellow cloth, dulled and darkened.

Reference: 45237

 
BOOTH, Rev. John. METRICAL EPITAPHS, Ancient and Modern. £ 6.00

London & Eton. Bickers and Son. 1868. pp. xxiv, 215, 16 of adverts. Small 8vo. Original cloth with gilt decoration. A very good copy.

Reference: 42255

 
BULLOCK, Rev. Charles. HOME WORDS FOR HEART AND HEARTH. 1899. £ 6.00

London. Home Wrds Publishing Office. 1899. pp. iv, 284. Illustrated throughout. 8vo. Blue cloth with gilt lettering, spine dulled. Endpapers foxed.

Reference: 28475

 
BURTON, Captain R.F. NOTES ON AN EXPLORATION OF THE TULUL EL SAFA, the Volcanic Region east of Damascus, and the Umm Niran Cave.(The Journal of the Royal Geographical Scoiety. Vol 42) £ 150.00

with NOTES OF A RECONNAISSANCE OF THE ANTI-LIBANUS with Charles F. Tyrwhitt-Drake as co-author. London. John Murray. 1872. pp. (ii), 49 - 61, 408 - 425. 2 maps folded. 8vo. Black cloth. 2 articles from the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society Vol. 42.

Reference: 19303

 
CANSICK, Frederick Teague. A COLLECTION OF CURIOUS AND INTERESTING EPITAPHS, copied from the existing monuments of Distinguished and Noted Characters in the Cemeteries and Churches of St Pancras, Middlesex. Vol. II £ 16.00

London. J. Russell Smith. 1872. pp. xxvi, 294, (ii) additional index. 2 plates. 8vo. Original cloth. Half title browned otherwise a clean, bright copy.

Reference: 31692

 
CANSICK, Frederick Teague. A COLLECTION OF CURIOUS AND INTERESTING EPITAPHS, copied from the existing monuments of Distinguished and Noted Characters in the Churches and Churchyards of Hornsey, Tottenham, Edmonton, Enfield, Friern Barnet and Hadley, Middlesex. £ 16.00

London. (Printed by Wertheimer, Lea & Co.) 1872. pp. xxxvi, 296. 1 plate. 8vo. Original cloth. Half title and last leaf browned. Slightly shaken. A good copy.

Reference: 316920

 
CELSI, A.C. DE RE MEDICA Libri Octo. Editio Nova curantibus P. Fouquier in sal. Par. Facultate Professore, et F.S. Ratier D.M.P. £ 65.00

Paris. J.B. Bailliere. 1823. pp. 431. 12mo. Half calf, marbled boards. Text in Latin. Nice little book,

Reference: 44522

 
CHAFFERS, William. THE KERAMIC GALLERY containing Several Hundred Illustrations of Rare, Curious and Choice Examples of Pottery and Porcelain from the Earliest Times to the beginning of the Present Century with Historical Notices and Descriptions. £ 85.00

London. Chapman & Hall. 1872. 2 vols. pp xxviii, 134; (iv), 135 - 228. 227 plates. Royal 8vo. Half morrocco, boards, top edge gilt. A lot of foxing. 1st edition. Plate 163 is not present and probably never was as the numbering of the illustration is continuous and quite often there are more than one illustration per plate.

Reference: 79525

 
CHANCELLOR, Edwin Beresford. A SHORT ACCOUNT OF THE PATRONAGE BESTOWED ON THE FINE ARTS BY CHARLES I, King of England. £ 10.00

London. Thomas Scott. 1883. pp. 15. 8vo Printed wrapper stitched as issued. Foxed and dusty.

Reference: 107640

 
CHANCELLOR, Edwin Beresford. A SKETCH OF THE PROGRESS OF ART IN ENGLAND UNDER HENRY VIII. To which is added A Short Notice of the Literary Attainments of that Monarch. £ 10.00

London. Thomas Scott. 1883. pp. 27. 8vo. Printed wrapper stitched as issued. Foxed and dusty.

Reference: 16812

 
CLARK, Zachary. AN ACCOUNT OF THE DIFFERENT CHARITIES BELONGING TO THE POOR OF THE COUNTY OF NORFOLK. abridged from the Returns under Gilbert's Act, to the House of Commons in 1786.; and from the Terriers in the Office of the Lord Bishop of Norwich. £ 45.00

Preface by Thomas Clarkson. Bury St. Edmund. Gedge and Barker for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown. London. 1811. pp. 2, 4 of adverts, xvi, 296. 8vo. Original boards and paper spine. Hinges cracking, spine cracking and worn at top and bottom, but all holding firm. Uncut. Alphabetical listing by village.

Reference: 15096

 
CLARKE, Edward Daniel. TRAVELS IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES OF EUROPE, ASIA AND AFRICA. Part the First Russia, Tartary and Turkey. £ 250.00

London. T. Cadell & W.Davies. 1813. pp. (iv), xvii, (xv) of content, 800. Frontis and 47 plates as called for, 31 vignettes. 4to. Half calf, marbled boards, head of spine slightly chipped. Some off setting from some of the plates. 3rd edition. With the bookplate of John Capel Philips. The first part only but complete in its self with regard to the areas it covers.

Reference: 87401

 
COMPANY OF STATIONERS. THE GENTLEMAN'S DIARY, or the Mathematical Repository; An Almanack for the year of our Lord 1818: Being the second after bissextile or Leap-year £ 165.00

Bound withTHE LADIES' DIARY or Woman's Almanack; VOX STELLARUM; or a Loyal Almanack; MERLINUS LIBERATUS. An Almanack; OLD POOR ROBIN, An Almanack; SPECULUM ANNI: or Season on the Seasons; The COELESTIAL ATLAS; or a new Ephemeris. London. The Company of Stationers. 1818. 7 Almanack for 1818 bound together. All with 48 pages each. Small 8vo. Full calf, all edges gilt. Title pages printed in red and black. Front free endpaper attached with archival tape.

Reference: 7511

 
CREIGHTON, Mandell. QUEEN ELIZABETH. £ 35.00

London. Longmans, Green & Co. 1899. pp. vii, 307. Frontis. 8vo. Half green morocco, cloth boards, spine with gilt decoration and label, top edge gilt. New impression. Endpapers foxed. Previous owners name on front free endpaper. A very attractive copy.

Reference: 10308

 
CULPEPER, Nicholas, DICKENSON, Dr. CULPEPER'S ENGLISH PHYSICIAN AND BRITISH HERBAL; to which is added The Family Physician; £ 125.00

Containing The safest and cheapest Remedies for the various Disorders incidental to the Human Body. With a copious Index, also a Dissertation on the Advantages of Vegetable over Animal Diet, and a Plain Analysis of Botany by Dr Dickenson of the London Hospital. London. J. Bumpus. 1814. pp. 480. 12mo. Later quarter calf, marbled baords. Some foxing.

Reference: 29269

 
DE COURCY, Maragaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES' CABINET of Fashion, Music and Romance. Vol I. From January to June, inclusive. £ 45.00

London. G. Henderson. 1832. pp. (iv), 426. Engraved title and 3 engraved plates, 24 coloured fashion plates, 6 wood cuts within the text, 4 sheets of music. 12 mo. Quarter blue calf, original boards. pp. 29 - 32 detached, lacks 2 engravings. Slightly shaken. All fashion plates present.

Reference: 29358

 
DE COURCY, Maragaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES' CABINET of Fashion, Music and Romance. Vol III. From January to June, inclusive. £ 45.00

London. G. Henderson. 1833. pp. (iv) 446. Frontis, engraved title & 7 engraved plates, 25 coloured fashion plates, 6 wood cuts within the text. 12mo. Full calf, spine cracked, hinges just holding. Off setting. All plates present.

Reference: 8457

 
DE COURCY, Maragaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES' CABINET of Fashion, Music and Romance. Vol IV. From July to December, inclusive. £ 30.00

London. G. Henderson. 1833. pp. (iv), 464. Frontis, engraved title & 6 engraved plates, 26 coloured fashion plates, 6 wood engravings within the text. 12mo. Full calf, spine cracked, both boards nearly detached. Frontis, engraved title & 1st 4 pages detached. Off setting. All plates present.

Reference: 25622

 
DE COURCY, Maragaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES' CABINET of Fashion, Music and Romance. Vol VI. From July to December, inclusive. £ 55.00

London. G. Henderson. 1834. pp. (vi), 458. Frontis, engraved title and 6 engraved plates, 26 coloured fashion plates. 12mo. Modern quarter calf, marble boards. Some pale foxing and off setting. All plates present.

Reference: 77421

 
DE COURCY, Maragaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES' CABINET of Fashion, Music and Romance. Vol VIII. From July to December, inclusive. £ 45.00

London. G. Henderson. 1835. pp vi, 438. Frontis, engraved taitle, 6 engraved plates, 25 coloured fashion plates of which one is folded. 12mo. Full calf, lacking spine, hinges weak. All plates present.

Reference: 18584

 
DE COURCY, Maragaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES' CABINET of Fashion, Music and Romance. Vol XI. From January to June, inclusive. £ 60.00

London. G. Henderson. 1837. pp. (iv), 440. Frontis, engraved title & 9 engraved plates, 26 coloured fashion plates. 12mo. Full calf, spine labels, gilt decoration. Some minor foxing, 1 colour plate repaired. All plates present.

Reference: 13268

 
DE COURCY, Margaret & Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES' CABINET of Fashion, Music and Romance. Vol VII. Fom January to June, inclusive. £ 30.00

London. G. Henderson. 1835. pp. (iv), 440. Frontis, engraved title & 6 engraved plates, 26 coloured fashion plates. 12mo. Full calf, most of spine lacking and both boards detached. Some off setting. All plates present.

Reference: 133780

 
DE COURCY, Margaret and Beatrice. (Editors). THE LADIES' CABINET of Fashion, Music and Romance. Vol V. From January to June, inclusive. £ 30.00

London. G. Henderson. 1834. pp. (iv), 462. Frontis, engraved title and 6 engraved plates, 25 coloured fashion plates, 1 sheet of music folded. 12mo. Full calf, lacking spine, both boards detached. All plates present.

Reference: 6750

 
ELLIOTSON, John. NUMEROUS CASES ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE EFFICACY OF HYDROCYANIC OR PRUSSIC ACID IN AFFECTIONS OF THE STOMACH; with A report upon its powers in pectoral and other diseases in which it has been already recommended: £ 130.00

And Some Facts respecting the necessity of varying the doses of medicines according to circumstances, and The Use of Opium in Diabetes. London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown; Dublin. Hodges and M'Arthur; Edinburgh. Adam Black. 1820. pp. viii, 107. 8vo. Later paper binding. A very good copy.

Reference: 16468

 
FAIRHOLT, F.W. COSTUME IN ENGLAND. A Histroy of Dress from the Earliest Period until the close of the Eighteenth Century to which is appended An Illustrated Glossary of Terms. £ 20.00

London. Chapman & Hall. 1860. pp. viii, 607. Illustrated througout. 8vo. Original blue cloth, spine dulled, front hinge rubbed. Shaken. 2nd edition.

Reference: 7318

 
FAIRHOLT, F.W. Revised The Hon. H.A. Dillon. COSTUME IN ENGLAND. A History of Dress to the end of the Eighteenth Century. Vol I - History. £ 5.00

London. George Bell & Sons. 1885. pp. xxvi, 416, 23 of adverts. Illustrated with line drawings throughout. 8vo. Original brown cloth. Front hinge tender. 3rd edition. Vol I only

Reference: 17482

 
FASHION (THE NEW MONTHLY BELLE ASSEMBLEE; A Magazine of Literature and Fashion under the immediate patronage of Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent. July to December 1834). £ 75.00

(London. Joseph Rogerson). 1834. pp 368. 24 uncloured fashion plates, 12 coloured fashion plates, slightly foxed. 8vo. Half calf, marbled baords, front hinge very slightly rubbed, corners bumped. Lacks title.

Reference: 120930

 
FASHION (THE NEW MONTHLY BELLE ASSEMBLEE; A Magazine of Literature and Fashion under the immediate patronage of Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent. Vol. XXVII July - December 1847). £ 80.00

(London. Joseph Rogerson). (1847). pp. 384, additional leaves between the engraved plates. Frontis & 11 engraved plates, 12 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards, slightly rubbed. Lacking title page.

Reference: 13852

 
FASHION THE HANDY CATALOGUE OF STANDARD PATTERN. Garments for Fall and Winter 1895 - 96. £ 15.00

New York. Standard Fashion Company. 1895. pp. 50. All illustration. 4to. Wrapper, frayed and detached. Very browned throughout and frail due to poor quality of paper used.

Reference: 24729

 
FASHION THE LADIES CABINET OF FASHION, MUSIC & ROMANCE. Vol. 6. £ 80.00

London. E. Henderson. 1846. pp. 414, (ii). Engraved title, 10 uncloured engravings, 26 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Contemporary cloth, spine faded. Some off setting from the engravings and some are browned but on the whole a clean copy.

Reference: 9682

 
FASHION THE NEW MONTHLY BELLE ASSEMBLEE; A Magazine of Literature and Fashion under the immediate patronage of Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent.Vol. XXXIII. January to June 1850. £ 60.00

(London. Joseph Rogerson). 1850. pp. 384, (ii) of index. 11 engravings interleaved with 1 page of text, 10 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marble boards. pp. 255/256 partly detached and frayed where the 2 coloured plates for April have been removed.

Reference: 69592

 
FASHION. (LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE. Or, Bell's Court and Fashionable Magazine, addressed particularly to The Ladies. Vol II (?) from January to June 1807. £ 75.00

London. J. Bell. 1807. pp. 336, 35. 5 engraved plates, 10 fashion plates of which 6 are coloured, 6 sheets of music, 6 patterns, 5 of 7 cartoons within the Supplement. 8vo. Reverse calf, hinges cracked but holding. Lacking pp 85 -92 - pp93 - 100 is duplicated. Lacking all engravings and fashion plates for January.

Reference: 90644

 
FASHION. (LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE. Or, Bell's Court and Fashionable Magazine, addressed particularly to The Ladies. Vol III from July to December 1807 with Vol IV January to March 1808.) £ 80.00

London. J. Bell. 1807 - 1808. pp. iv, 344, 144. 9 engraved plates, 16 fashion plates half of which are coloured, 9 sheets of music, 9 patterns, 7 5 cartoon. 8vo. Reverse calf, rear board detached, front board loose. pp 43 -46 detached. Lacks pp. 167 - 170, & the fashion plates for September.

Reference: 176250

 
FASHION. (LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE. Or, Bell's Court and Fashionable Magazine, addressed particularly to The Ladies. Vol XXIX January to June 1824.). £ 75.00

London. J. Bell. 1824. pp. 280. 6 engraved plates, 12 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half morocco, marbled boards. Some off setting. pp. 5 - 10 loose. Lacks title page.

Reference: 21811

 
FASHION. (LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE. Or, Bell's Court and Fashionable Magazine, addressed particularly to The Ladies. Vol XXVIII January to June 1823) £ 80.00

London. J. Bell. 1823. pp. 284, (ii) index. 7 engravings, 12 coloured fashion plates, 6 sheets of music. 8vo. Half morocco, marbled boards. pp. 45 - 60 loose, no title page. All plates as called for.

Reference: 57896

 
FASHION. (LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE. Or, Bell's Court and Fashionable Magazine, addressed particularly to The Ladies. Vol XXVIII July to December 1823). £ 80.00

London. J. Bell. 1823. pp. (iv), 286, (ii) of index. 6 engraved plates, 12 coloured fashion plates, 1 sheet of music. 8vo. Half morocco, marbled boards. Some off setting. With the title page for July to December 1822 and the index for Vol XXVI.

Reference: 13434

 
FASHION. (LE FOLLET. Journal du grand monde.) £ 200.00

(Paris; London. E. minister & Son). (1865). 34 coloured fashion plates, 11 uncloured fashion engraving. 8vo. Half calf marble boards, spine split. Collection of plates, each with the date in ink at the bottom edge of the illustration. Also included are 6 loose uncoloured fashion engravings and one coloured fashion plate. The binding is detached down the front hinge. A collection of plates.

Reference: 88360

 
FASHION. (THE LADIES' COMPANION, and Monthly Magazine. Vol VIII. Second Series. 1855). £ 40.00

(London. Rogerson and Tuxford). (1855.) pp. 336. 6 engravinhs, 6 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Contemporary half calf, cloth boards. Lacks title page and index.

Reference: 170254

 
FASHION. (THE LADIES POCKET MAGAZINE. 1837. Part 1.) £ 35.00

(London. Jospeh Robins). (1837). pp. viii, 244. 5 engraved plates, 24 coloured fashion plates of which 4 are torn. 12mo. Modern quarter calf, marbled baords. Lacking Frontis and engraved title.

Reference: 19722

 
FASHION. (THE LADIES POCKET MAGAZINE. 1837. Part 2.) £ 30.00

(London. Joseph Robins). 1837. pp. iii- viii, 244. 4 engraved plates, 20 coloured fashion plates. 12mo. Original cloth marked. Lacking Frontis, engraved title, 4 fashion plates, & 3 engravings.

Reference: 71380

 
FASHION. (THE NEW MONTHLY BELLE ASSEMBLEE; A Magazine of Literature and Fashion under the immediate patronage of Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent.Vol. XXIX. July to December 1849 £ 70.00

(London. Joseph Rogerson). 1848. pp. 384, (ii) of index. 11 engravings interleaved with 1 page of text, 12 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marble boards, front hinge split, but holding firm, base of spine lacking. One engraving lacking, all fashion plates present.

Reference: 13499

 
FASHION. BLACKWOOD'S LADY'S MAGAZINE of the Belles lettres, Music, Fine Arts, Drama, Fashions etc and Gazette of the Fashionable World. Vol. XIV 1843. £ 85.00

Under the special Patronage of Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent. London. A.H. Blackwood and Page. 1843. pp. 398. Frontis & 11 engraved plates, many folded, 18 coloured fashion plates, one of which is loose. 8vo. Half calf, marble boards slightly rubbed. Slightly shaken.

Reference: 13926

 
FASHION. BLACKWOOD'S LADY'S MAGAZINE of the Belles lettres, Music, Fine Arts, Drama, Fashions etc and Gazette of the Fashionable World. Vol. XV 1843. £ 80.00

Under the special Patronage of Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent. London. A.H. Blackwood and Page. 1843. pp. 364. Frontis & 5 engraved plates, 18 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marble boards slightly rubbed. Slightly shaken, title detached.

Reference: 29779

 
FASHION. BLACKWOOD'S LADY'S MAGAZINE of the Belles lettres, Music, Fine Arts, Drama, Fashions etc and Gazette of the Fashionable World. Vol. XVI 1844 £ 75.00

Under the special Patronage of Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent. London. A. H. Blackwood and Page. 1844. pp. 316. Frontis and 3 engraved plates, 17 coloured fashion plates of 18?. 8vo. Half calf, marble boards slightly rubbed. Slightly shaken.

Reference: 6479

 
FASHION. BLACKWOOD'S LADY'S MAGAZINE of the Belles lettres, Music, Fine Arts, Drama, Fashions etc and Gazette of the Fashionable World. Vol. XVII 1844 £ 85.00

Under the special Patronage of Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent. London. A.H. Blackwood and Page. 1844. pp. 312. Frontis and 2 engravings, 18 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marble boards slightly rubbed. Slightly shaken.

Reference: 281068

 
FASHION. LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE. Or, Bell's Court and Fashionable Magazine, addressed particularly to The Ladies. Vol I - New Series from January 1 to June 30 1810 with Vol II - New Series from July 1 to December 31 1810. £ 150.00

London. J. Bell. 1810 - 1811. pp. 256, 245* - 252*, 257 - 304, 110, (ii) index, 28, 41 - 60 of adverts, (iv), 57 - 384, 9 - 56 of adverts, 385 - 388, iv of index. 12 engravings, 19 coloured fashion plates including a coffin, 6 sheets of music, 9 patterns, 1 sketch. 8vo. Half calf, cloth boards, top half of spine coming away. Vol I lacks pp. 193 - 200, music in February & April. April also lacking the fashion plates and pattern. The adverts are lacking pp29 - 40. The Supplement is Milton's Paradise Lost. Vol II is lacking July, music in October, Novem ber & December and the pattern is also missing in December. Both volumes foxed and many of the folded music and patterns slightly frayed. A bit shabby.

Reference: 64040

 
FASHION. LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE. Or, Bell's Court and Fashionable Magazine, addressed particularly to The Ladies. Vol I. Part I from February 1 to July 31 1806. £ 95.00

London. J. bell. 1806. pp. iv, 336. 6 engraved plates, 13 uncloured fashion plates, 6 sheets of music, 6 patterns, 1 facsimile folded. 8vo. Reverse calf. Front board, 1st gathering and pp. 217 - 220 detached. All plates present.

Reference: 33279

 
FASHION. LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE. Or, Bell's Court and Fashionable Magazine, addressed particularly to The Ladies. Vol I. Part II from August 1 to December 31 1806. £ 100.00

London. J. Bell. 1806. pp. (ii), 337 - 614, 64, v- viii of index. 6 engraved plates, 8 fashion plates, 2 of which are coloured, 2 folded, 5 sheets of music, 5 patterns, 8.pp of Ackermann's Pattern Cards, map of the battle of Jena folded. 8vo. Reverse calf. Front board detached. All plates present.

Reference: 81280

 
FASHION. LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE. Or, Bell's Court and Fashionable Magazine, addressed particularly to The Ladies. Vol V from July 1 to December 31 1808. £ 80.00

London. J. Bell. 1808. pp. 190, 81 - 84 (unknown text), 191 - 286, 9 - 32, 1 - 8, 33 - 56 (section of Supplement misbound), 48 of adverts. 7 engraved plates, 12 fashion plates, half of which are coloured, 6 sheets of music, 4 cartoon. 8vo.Half calf, marbled boards, front board detached. There is some off setting and all patterns are lacking.

Reference: 30035

 
FASHION. THE ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal combining Paractical Information, Instruction, and Amusement. Vol VI. £ 25.00

London. Ward, Lock & Tyler. (1869). pp. viii, 328. 5 coloured patterns, 5 coloured fashion plates, most folded. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. Lacking 1 fashion plate and 1 pattern.

Reference: 88772

 
FASHION. THE ENGLISHWOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Journal combining Paractical Information, Instruction, and Amusement. Vols XXIV & XXV. £ 20.00

London. Ward Lock & Co. (1878). pp. iv, 332, iv, 332. Illustrated throughout. 4to. Original green cloth, gilt decorations, head and tail of spine frayed. Lacking all colour plates, binding detached at rear hinge.

Reference: 16493

 
FASHION. THE LADIES COMPANION AND MONTHLY MAGAZINE. Vol I - Second Series. £ 45.00

London. Rogerson and Tuxford. (1852). pp. iv, 331. Frontis and 5 engravings, 6 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Modern quarter cloth, marbled boards, new endpapers.

Reference: 106590

 
FASHION. THE LADIES COMPANION AND MONTHLY MAGAZINE. Vol IX - Second Series - 1856. £ 40.00

London. Rogerson and Tuxford. 1856. pp. iv, 336. Frontis & 5 engravings, 6 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Modern quarter cloth, marbled baords, new endpapers. Lacking pp. 91/92. Margin tears pp. 53 - 56, nto affecting text, tear to last leaf affecting text.

Reference: 7208

 
FASHION. THE LADIES COMPANION AND MONTHLY MAGAZINE. Vol VI - Second Series - 1854. £ 45.00

London. Rogerson and Tuxford. 1854. pp. iv, 336. Frontis and 5 engravings, 6 coloured fashion plates, 8vo. Modern quarter cloth, marbled boards, new endpapers. pp. 215/216 & 217/218 repaired without loss of text.

Reference: 80990

 
FASHION. THE LADIES COMPANION AND MONTHLY MAGAZINE. Vol X - Second Series - 156. £ 45.00

London. Rogerson and Tuxford. 1856. pp. iv, 336. 5 engraved plates, 6 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Modern quarter cloth, marbled baords, new endpapers.

Reference: 69620

 
FASHION. THE LADIES COMPANION AND MONTHLY MAGAZINE. Vol. V - Second Series - 1854. £ 45.00

London. Rogerson and Tuxford. 1854. pp. iv, 336. Frontis and 5 engravings, 6 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Modern quarter cloth, marbled boards, new endpapers.

Reference: 110711

 
FASHION. THE LADIES COMPANION AND MONTHLY MAGAZINE. Volume the Fourth. £ 45.00

London. Rogerson & Co. (1851). pp. iv, 280. Frontis, 10 coloured fashion plates, 2 with selotape residue. 8vo. Modern quarter cloth, marbled boards, new endpapers. Frontis foxed. Covers August to December as published.

Reference: 41464

 
FASHION. THE LADIES' COMPANION, and Monthly Magazine. Vol II. Second Series. 1852. £ 40.00

London. Rogersion and Tuxford. 1852. pp. iv, 336. Frontis and 4 engravings, 5 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Modern cloth, marbled baords. pp. 49 - 53 damaged at top near spine not affecting the text. Lacks 1 fashion plate and 1 engraving.

Reference: 229670

 
FASHION. THE LADIES' COMPANION, and Monthly Magazine. Vol III. Second Series. 1853. £ 40.00

London. Rogerson & Tuxford. 1853. pp. iv, 336. 6 engravings, 5 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Modern quarter cloth, marbled boards. Lacking 1 fashion plate.

Reference: 16778

 
FASHION. THE LADIES' COMPANION, and Monthly Magazine. Vol IV. Second Series. 1853. £ 40.00

London. Rogerson and Tuxford. 1853. pp. iv, 336. 6 engravings, 5 coloured fashion plates of which one is frayed and foxed. 8vo. Modern quarter cloth. Lacking one fashion plate.

Reference: 128870

 
FASHION. THE LADIES' COMPANION, and Monthly Magazine. Vol VII. Second Series. 1855. £ 45.00

London. Rogerson and Tuxford. 1855. pp. iv, 336. Frontis & 5 engravings, 6 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Contemporary half calf, cloth boards. pp 47 - 50 tipped in.

Reference: 85911

 
FASHION. THE LADIES' COMPANION, and Monthly Magazine. Vol XII. Second Series. 1857. £ 38.00

London. Rogerson and Tuxford. 1857. pp. iv, 336. 5 engravings, some foxed; 6 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half green calf, marbled baords rubbed. The binding is nearly detached at the front join and it is lacking one engraving and pp 203/204.

Reference: 7486

 
FASHION. THE LADIES' MIRROR. £ 35.00

Unknown publisher. ND. pp. 156. 25 coloured fashion plates, 6 engraved plates. Small 4to. Modern quarter cloth, marbled boards. Lacking title page. Foxed.

Reference: 7760

 
FASHION. THE LADIES' MUSEUM, New and Improved Series. Under the Especial Patronage of Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent. For the year MDCCCXXXI Vol II. July to December. £ 60.00

London. Simpkin and Marshall; Paris. G.G. Bennis. 1831. pp. (ii), 328. Frontis and 5 engraved plates; 12 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half blue calf, marbled boards. Front hinge cracked but firm. 1 engraving partly detached. Some foxing.

Reference: 54739

 
FASHION. THE LADIES POCKET MAGAZINE. 1830. Part I. £ 40.00

London. Joseph Robins. 1830. pp. viii, 244. Frontis, engraved title, 5 engravings, 12 coloured fashion plates. 12mo. Half calf, marbled boards, hinges rubbed. The engravings are foxed and browned and much of the text is stained. Shabby but complete copy.

Reference: 11044

 
FASHION. THE LADIES POCKET MAGAZINE. 1832 Part 1 and Part 2. £ 40.00

London. Joseph Robins. 1832. pp. (ii), vi, 244, (ii), vi, 244. 2 frontis's, 9 engraved plates, 22 coloured fashion plates, vignettes throughout. 12mo. Half blue calf, marbled boards. Some off setting and browning of engravings. Lacking in Part 1 pp. 37/38, 65/66, 101/102, 173 - 176, & 215/216 and in Part 2 23/24, 51/52. 67/68, & 191/192.

Reference: 112273

 
FASHION. THE LADIES POCKET MAGAZINE. 1833. Part 2. £ 60.00

London. Joseph Robins. 1833. pp. 248, viii. Frontis, engraved title, 6 engraved plates, 24 coloured costume plates. 12mo. Half calf, marbled boards, slightly rubbed. Minor foxing. All plates present.

Reference: 87011

 
FASHION. THE LADIES POCKET MAGAZINE. 1836. Part 1 & Part 2. £ 40.00

London. Joseph Robins. 1836. pp. viii, 244, viii, 242. 2 engraved titles, 1 frontis, 9 engraved plates, 48 coloured fashion plates. 12mo. Half black calf, marbled boards. Front board nearly detached. In Part 1 pp. 3 - 10 badly torn and lacks pp. 11 - 14, 21/22, 197 -200, last leaf lacking in Part 2. 1 fashion plate disfigured.Foxing.

Reference: 111200

 
FASHION. THE LADIES POCKET MAGAZINE. 1838. Part 1 & Part 2. £ 55.00

London. Joseph Robins. 1838. pp. viii, 244, viii, 280. 2 engraved frontis's,12 engraving, 43 coloured fashion plates and 1 uncoloured one, vignettes throughout. 12mo. Half blue calf, marbled boards. Some off setting and minor foxing. Lacks pp 37 - 72 in Part 2.

Reference: 13140

 
FASHION. THE LADIES POCKET MAGAZINE. 1840. Part !. £ 50.00

(London. Joseph Robins). 1840. pp. viii, 244. Frontis, engarved title. 5 engraved plates, 4 folded coloured fashion plates - frayed, 29 coloured fashion plates. 12mo. Original cloth with leather spine label. Lacking one engraved plate.

Reference: 119069

 
FASHION. THE LADIES POCKET MAGAZINE. 1840. Part II. £ 30.00

London. Jaseph Robins. 1840. pp. viii, 244. Frontis, engraved title, 5 engraving, 10 coloured, folded fashion plates. 12mo. Original cloth, slightly marked. Lacking 2 folded fashion plates.

Reference: 14845

 
FASHION. THE LADY'S MONTHLY MUSEUM, or Polite Repository of Amusement and Instruction: being an assemblage of whatever can tend to please the Fancy, interest the Mind or exalt the Character of The British Fair. Vol XIV. Improved Series. £ 40.00

London. Dean and Munday. 1821. pp. (iv), 356. 6 engraved plates, 5 coloured fashion plates. Half calf, marbled boards, slightly rubbed, front hinge cracked & rubbed. pp. 289/290 badly damaged - parts missing affecting the text. Lacking one colour plate.

Reference: 99420

 
FASHION. THE MIRROR OF FASHION. £ 100.00

London. Joseph Robins. (1842). pp.224, 245 - 288, intersperesed 50. Engraved title, 52 coloured fashion plates, 13 engravings. Small 4to. Half calf, marbled boards. Front hinge split at top. The engraved title is foxed and there is no printed title. January 1842 - December 1842.

Reference: 19616

 
FASHION. THE NEW MONTHLY BELLE ASSEMBLEE; A Magazine of Literature and Fashion under the immediate patronage of Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent. £ 1,800.00

London. Printed by Joseph Rogerson for the new Belle Assemblee. 1838 - 1847. 19 vols with 227 coloured fashion plates, 66 uncoloured fashion plates, 116 steel engravings. 8vo. Half blue calf, marbled boards. Vol 8 - Vol 26. Occasional minor foxing and without July 1838. Hansome set

Reference: 68791

 
FASHION. THE NEW MONTHLY BELLE ASSEMBLEE; A Magazine of Literature and Fashion under the immediate patronage of Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent. Vol. XIV January to June 1841 with Vol XV July to December 1841. £ 150.00

(London. Joseph Rogerson). 1841. 2 volumes bound together. pp. (ii), ii, (ii), 378, (ii), ii, (ii), 382. 2 engraved frontis's, 10 engraved plates, 24 coloured fashion plates, 4 uncloloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards, slightly rubbed. In Vol XIV pp. 67 - 70 detached, edges frayed, pp. 207/208 top corner torn away affecting text. 1 colour plate lacking andf 3 repaired. 1 engraving top corner torn away.

Reference: 16224

 
FASHION. THE NEW MONTHLY BELLE ASSEMBLEE; A Magazine of Literature and Fashion under the immediate patronage of Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent.Vol. XXXIII. July to December 1850. £ 75.00

(London. Joseph Rogerson). 1850. pp. 384, (ii) of index. 12 engravings interleaved with 1 page of text, 12 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marble boards, front hinge split but holding firm. pp.193/194 including engravinfs detached.

Reference: 196579

 
FASHION. THE QUEEN. The Lady's Newspaper and Court Chronicle. From January 1 to June 25 1870. Vol. XLVII. £ 250.00

London. The Queen. 1870. pp. iv, 406 (ii). 9 coloured fashion plates and 7 plates of patterns with further illustrations in the text. Folio. Half calf, marbled boards, hinges rubbed but firm.

Reference: 7223

 
FASHION. THE QUEEN. The Lady's Newspaper and Court Chronicle. From January 2 to June 26 1869. Vol. XLV. £ 300.00

London. The Queen. 1869. pp. iv, 412. 8 coloured fashion plates, 9 pattern plates of which 2 are folded. Folio. Modern cloth, new endpapers. Minor foxing.

Reference: 77730

 
FASHION. THE QUEEN. The Lady's Newspaper and Court Chronicle. From January 7 to June 24 1871. Vol. XLIX. £ 250.00

London. The Queen. 1871. pp. iv, 436. 7 fashion plates of which 3 are coloured, 7 plates of patterns and many illustrations in the text. Folio. Half calf, marbled boards, hinges slightly rubbed, but fim, some staining.

Reference: 53388

 
FASHION. THE QUEEN. The Lady's Newspaper and Court Chronicle. From July 3 to December 25 1869. Vol. XLVI. £ 250.00

London. The Queen. 1869. pp. iv, 396. 8 coloured fashion plates, 7 plates of patterns including one folded. Folio. Half calf, marbled baords, hinges rubbed but firm.

Reference: 28442

 
FASHION. THE YOUNG LADIES JOURNAL. An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Literature, Original Music, Toilet and Household Receipts, Paris Fashions and Needlework. Vol XIII. £ 50.00

London. E. Harrison. 1876. pp. viii, 832, 16 (Extra Christmas Number). Coloured engraved title, 1 folded, coloured fashion plate with tear on bottom centre fold, well illustrated throughout. Royal 8vo. Half calf. Lacking pp. 95/96; 111/112; 143/144; & 175/176. These pages are sheet music at the end of each issue.

Reference: 22651

 
FLINT, Robert. THE DUTIES OF THE PEOPLE OF SCOTLAND TO THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. A Lecture delivered in Newington Parish Church on 2nd April 1882. £ 10.00

Edinburgh and London. William Blackwood and Sons. 1882. pp. 32. 8vo. Disbound.

Reference: 11149

 
GARRICK, David. Altered from William Wycherly. THE COUNTRY GIRL; A Comedy in Five Acts. £ 12.00

London. G. Balne. Circa 1826. pp. 16. Coloured vignette at beginning of work. 8vo. Original printed wrapper, detached, split down spine. The London Stage series.

Reference: 91944

 
GENT, Thomas. THE LIFE OF MR THOMAS GENT, Printer, of York; Written by Himself. £ 65.00

London. Thomas Thorpe. 1832. pp. iv, 208. Frontis. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. Title offset. Previous owners's bookplates. Very good copy.

Reference: 12535

 
GRAHAM, Thomas J. ON THE DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES; A Treatise illustrating their Syptoms, Causes, Varieties, and Treatment. Including the Diseases and Managment of Pregnant and Lying-In Women. £ 100.00

Designed as a companion to the Author's Modern Domestic Medicine . Containing an Appendix on the proper principles of the treatment of Epilepsy. London. For the Author by Simpkins and Marshall. 1834. pp. x, 255. 8vo. Contemporary boards, spine label.

Reference: 100750

 
GROTE, Harriet. THE PERSONAL LIFE OF GEORGE GROTE. £ 35.00

Compiled from Family Documents, Private Memoranda, and Original Letters to and from Various Friends. London. john Murray. 1873. pp. xv, 336. Frontis, 1 facsimile. 8vo. Full calf, spine with gilt decoration and red and green labels. Very occasional pencil markings in the margins. With the bookplate of Wrea Head College. Handsome,

Reference: 85365

 
GUTTERBOCK & SONS. THE LONDON ALBUM OF LADIES' FASHIONS. Volume III. Number III. £ 50.00

London. H. Guterbock & Sons. Augsut 1889. pp. (ii), 33 - 36, (iv) of adverts. 12 plates. Folio. Soft covers, spine worn away. Bookplate of previous owner. A clean copy.

Reference: 106654

 
HOWSHIP, John. PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE SYMPTOMS, DISCRIMINATION, AND TREATMENT, of some of the most important Diseases of the Lower Intestines, and Anus. £ 25.00

Particularly including Stricture, Ulceration, Intus-Susception, and Tumour, within the cavity of the Rectum; and Piles, Prolapsus, Fistulae, and Excrescences, formed at its external opening. Illustrated by Numerous Cases. To which are added, some suggestions upon a new and successful mode of Correcting Habitual Confinement in the Bowels. To ensure their regular action without the aid of purgatives; on a principle essentially conducive to the prevention of the above diseases. London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green. 1824. pp. xvi, 282. 8vo. Original boards, marked, later cloth spine and label, worn. Corners bumped. Som minor foxing. Third edition with numerous additions.

Reference: 13544

 
HUGHES, Right Rev. Dr. John. LETTER OF THE RIGHT REV. DR. HUGHES, Catholic Bishop of New York, to the Honourable James Harper, Mayor of New York. From the New York Courier ab=nd Enquirer of May 20, 1844. £ 25.00

Liverpool. M. Rourke. 1844. pp. 20, advert leaf. Small 8vo. Disbound. Defence of himself and of the Irish community and the Catholics in New York .

Reference: 33730

 
ISOBEL of Pearson's Weekly. Editor. (As on front board) HOME NOTES Vol II April 21st to July 14th 1894. £ 20.00

London. C. Arthur Pearson. 1894. pp. xvi, 440. Well illustrated. 8vo. Pictorial cloth, corners slightly rubbed. Edge of text block browned.

Reference: 82660

 
ISOBEL of Pearson's Weekly. Editor. (As on front board) HOME NOTES Vol IV October 20th to January 12th, 1894-5. £ 20.00

London. C. Arthur Pearson. 1895. pp. xvi, 452. Well illustrated. 8vo. Pictorial cloth.

Reference: 126600

 
JERDAN, William. RUTLAND PAPERS. Original Documents illustrative of the Courts and Times of Henry VII and Henry VIII. Selected from the private archive of His Grace the Duke of Rutland. £ 10.00

London. For the Camden Society by John Bowyer Nichols and Son. 1842. pp. xii, 133. 4to. Original blind stamped green cloth with gilt decortation on the spine. Previous owners name on front free endpaper. A very good clean copy.

Reference: 9366

 
LABAUME, Eugene. A CIRCUMSTANTIAL NARRATIVE OF THE CAMPAIGN IN RUSSIA, embellished with plans of the Battles of the Moskwa and Maro-Jaroslavitz. £ 150.00

Interspersed with faithful descriptions of those affecting and interesting scenes, of which the author was an eye-witness. Translated from the French. London. Samuel Leigh. 1814. pp. xii, 412. Folded frontis, slightly torn and repaired, and 1 folded plate. 8vo. Modern half calf, cloth boards. Endpapers slightly foxed.

Reference: 93848

 
LADIES, A Society of. THE LADIES' MONTHLY MUSEUM; or, Polite Repository of Amusement and Instruction; £ 45.00

being an Assemblage of whatever can tend to please the fancy, interest the mind, or exalt the character, of The British Fair. Vol V. Improved Series. London. Vernor, Hood & Sharpe. 1808. pp. iv, 208, 201*- 208*, 209 - 320, (iv) of index. 6 uncoloured engravings, one of which is repaired with archival tape, 6 coloured fashion plates, 8vo. Full tree calf, spine faded, front hinge cracked but firm. Occasional slight tanning of some pages.

Reference: 11724

 
LADIES, A Society of. THE LADIES' MONTHLY MUSEUM; or, Polite Repository of Amusement and Instruction; £ 95.00

being an Assemblage of whatever can tend to please the fancy, interest the mind, or exalt the character, of The British Fair. Vol 10. London. Vernor & Hood. 1803. pp. ii, 430. Engraved title, frontis, 5 engraved plates, 12 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Full calf, hinges cracked but holding firm. Some browning throughout.

Reference: 21393

 
LAUDER, Sir Thomas Dick. AN ACCOUNT OF THE GREAT FLOODS of August 1829, in the Province of Moray, and adjoining Districts. £ 100.00

Edinburgh. Adam Black. 1830. pp. xix, 434. 2 maps, folded, 64 illustrations, some slightly stained. 8vo. Full, later calf, spine sunned, hinges rubbed. 2nd edition. A ggod copy.

Reference: 10303

 
LEACH, Rev. C. Editor. THE FACTORY GIRL: A Weekly Magazine for Every Home and Workshop. Vol III £ 100.00

Birmingham. W.G. Proverbs. 1878. pp. 400, 16 of the Christmas Number. 4to. Printed in double columns. Contemporary cloth, spine slightly damaged. pp. 3/4 torn with slight loss of text; pp. 393/394 one column torn away. The British Library would appear to have 2 issues only - Vol 1, No 1 & Vol 2, No. 13.

Reference: 77093

 
LEOTY, Ernest. LE CORSET a travers les ages. £ 65.00

Illustrations de Saint-Elme Gautier. Paris. Paul Ollendorff. 1893. pp. xii, 110. Frontis, further illustrations within the text. 4to. Cream boards with silver decoration. New endpapers. The binding has been saved with a faux black leather cloth spine and corners. Top edge gilt.

Reference: 70630

 
LEVISON, J.L. MENTAL CULTURE; or the means of Developing the Human Faculties. £ 50.00

London for the Author. 1833. pp. (ii), ix, 300. 12mo. Original cloth somewhat faded and slightly frayed. Printed in Louth by J & J Jackson. The Preface states ' In this volume, which is submitted to the unprejudiced, we have edeavoured to show how practical and easy Moral Culture becomes, when the real nature of man is understood. It is the peculiar duty of those who frame the laws of a country, and of those who administer them for the preservation of society, to adopt such a system of mental philosophy as will enable them to ascertain what number of the primitive faculties are connate, and also to distinguish between their uses and their abused states. This knowledge, indeed, would give incalculable advantages to all who influence society, and particularly to the Parent and Teacher: it would enable them to discriminate those excesses of the feelings which result from mis-directed or neglected education, and demonstrate the circumstances most favourable to give a moral and intellectual bias to the character of the rising generation. The fundamental truths of this science of mind are briefly stated in the first part of this work, and their pracrtical application in the second; and the author hopes that a candid perusal of both parts will prove their value in developing and training the mental faculties'.

Reference: 215380

 
LOARING, Henry James. EPITAPHS: Quaint, Curious, and Elegant. With remarks on the Obsequies of Various Nations. £ 10.00

London. William Tegg. (1876). pp. viii, 263. Frontis. Small 8vo. Original cloth, gilt decoration on spine. A very good copy.

Reference: 159170

 
MACHALE, Most Rev. John. Archbishop of Tuam. HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES of the Principle Events and Characters in the Ecclesiastical History of the First Four Centuries. £ 10.00

Edited by Thomas MacHale, DD; Phd. Dublin. M.H. Gill & Son. 1883. pp. 87. 8vo. Disbound. Stamped on title, pp. 4 & 5, and final blank with previous owners name - M. O'Dwyer.

Reference: 112340

 
MAGAZINE. (THE YOUNG LADIES' JOURNAL, An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Literature, Original Music, Toilet & Household Receipts, Paris Fashions and Needlework. Vols XLIX, L, LI & Supplementary Volume.) £ 25.00

London. E. Harrison. 1897 - 1898. pp. 221 - 268, 273 - 336, 341 - 380, 373 - 388, 393 - 424, 32, 37 - 156, 149 - 452, 48, 25 - 200. Illustrations throughout the text. Royal 8vo. C20th black cloth. Incomplete volumes with no title pages or indexes.

Reference: 74827

 
MAGAZINE. THE YOUNG LADIES' JOURNAL, An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Literature, Original Music, Toilet & Household Receipts, Paris Fashions and Needlework. Vols XLIX, L & Supplementary Volume. £ 30.00

London. E. Harrison. 1897. pp. iv, 424, iv, 452, 24. Illustrations and adverts throughout the text. Royal 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. Head and tail of spine frayed, hinges split at head and tail of spine. Lacking all coloured plates and patterns.

Reference: 82310

 
MAGAZINE. THE YOUNG LADIES' JOURNAL, An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Literature, Original Music, Toilet & Household Receipts, Paris Fashions and Needlework. Vols XLV, XLVI & Supplementary Volume. £ 30.00

London. E. Harrison. 1895. pp. iv, 344, ii, 345 - 396, iv, 408, 16, 409 - 476. Illustrations and adverts throughout the text. Royal 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. Head and tail of spine frayed, hinges split at head and tail of spine. Lacking all coloured plates and patterns.

Reference: 43581

 
MAGAZINE. THE YOUNG LADIES' JOURNAL, An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Literature, Original Music, Toilet & Household Receipts, Paris Fashions and Needlework. Vols XLVII, XLVIII & Supplementary Volume. £ 30.00

London. E. Harrison. 1896. pp. iv, 428, iv, 424, 24, 425 - 592. Illustrations and adverts throughout the text. Royal 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. Head and tail of spine frayed, hinges split at head and tail of spine. Lacking all coloured plates and patterns.

Reference: 111140

 
MAGAZINE. THE YOUNG LADIES' JOURNAL, An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Literature, Original Music, Toilet & Household Receipts, Paris Fashions and Needlework. Vols XXXIX, XL & Supplementary Volume. £ 30.00

London. E. Harrison. 1892. pp. iv, 384, iv, 400, 16, 401 - 464. Illustrations and adverts throughout the text. Royal 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. Head and tail of spine frayed, hinges split at head and tail of spine. Lacking all coloured plates and patterns. Vol XL p.47/48 half torn away, p.287/288 lacking, and p.399/400 2inch square cut out.

Reference: 8136

 
MAGAZINE. THE YOUNG LADIES' JOURNAL, An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Literature, Original Music, Toilet & Household Receipts, Paris Fashions and Needlework. Vols XXXVII, XXXVII & Supplementary Volume. £ 30.00

London. E. Harrison. 1891. pp. iv, 384, iv, 400, 3 - 16, 401 - 464. Illustrations and adverts throughout the text. Royal 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. Hinges split at head and tail of spine. Lacking all coloured plates and patterns and the title page to the Extra Christmas Number.

Reference: 26773

 
MAGAZINE. THE YOUNG LADIES' JOURNAL: An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Literature, Original Music, Toilet & Household Receipts, every description of Paris Fashions and Needlework. Vol. VIII. £ 50.00

London. E. Harrison. 1871. pp. viii, 816, 16 (Extra Christmas Number). Engraved, coloured title, many illustrations withoin the text. Royal 8vo. Half calf.

Reference: 19577

 
MANSEL, Robert. FREE THOUGHTS UPON METHODISTS, ACTORS, AND THE INFLUENCE OF THE STAGE; with an Introductory Letter to Mrs - , of - Castle, Glamorganshire, upon the origin of the Drama, etc, etc, etc. Likewise, A Discourse on the Lawfulness and Unlawfulness of Plays; written by the Learned Father Caffaro, Divinity Professor at Paris, £ 100.00

Hull. For the Author & J. Craggs. 1814. pp. xii, 206, errata leaf. 8vo. Original boards, later paper spine with title inked on, later endpapers, recased slightly clumsily. Previous owner's bookplate. Lowe, Arnott and Robinson 485; Chilton. Early Hull Printers and Booksellers p.155 & xlvii. Craggs was a publisher and bookseller.

Reference: 27233

 
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus. MITCHELL'S TRAVELLER'S GUIDE THROUGH THE UNITED STATES, containing the Principle Cities, Towns etc alphabetically arranged; together with the Stage, Steam-Boat, Canal, and Rail-Road Routes, with the distances, in miles, from place to place. Illustrated by an accurate map of the United States. £ 375.00

Philadelphia. Thomas Cowperthwait & Co. 1839. pp. 78. Map - folded. Small 8vo. Original blind stamped green leather, rubbed at edges. The States includee at this time are:- Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkanas Territory, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri. The map, which has a few small tears on the corner folds, covers the above mentioned States with insets of:- Vicinity of Cincinnati, Vicinity of Albany, Vicinity of New Orleans, Vicinity of Boston, Vicinity of New York, Vicinity of Philadelphia, Vicinity of Baltimore and Washington, and Vicinity of Charleston. The Classes of Inhabitants (for the year 1830) are divided into Whites, Free Blacks, and Slaves.

Reference: 64478

 
MORLEY, John. THE LIFE OF RICHARD COBDEN. £ 60.00

London. Chapman & Hall. 1881. 2 vols. pp. xvi, 468; xi, 485. Frontis - Vol 1. 8vo. Full calf, spines with gilt decoration and red and green labels. Foxing in the first few and last gatherings of both volumes, a small amount of pencil marginalia otherwise clean. With the bookplate of Wrea Head College. An attractive pair.

Reference: 35622

 
NASSE, E.; Ouvry, Colonel H.A. (Translator). ON THE AGRICULTURAL COMMUNITY OF THE MIDDLE AGES, and Inclosures of the Sixteenth Century in England. £ 12.00

London & Edinburgh. Williams & Norgate. 1872. pp. viii, 100. 8vo. Original green cloth. 2nd edition. Previous owner's name on title page, some ink marginalia. A very good copy.

Reference: 61894

 
NEWDIGATE-NEWDEGATE, Lady. THE CHEVERELS OF CHEVERAL MANOR. £ 12.00

London. Longmans, Green & Co. 1898. pp. xv, 231, 32 of adverts. Frontis, 5 plates. 8vo. Cream cloth, very slightly marked. First few gatherings with small amount of text underlined in red ink. Ffep with pencil notations.

Reference: 7703

 
NISBET, William MD. A MEDICAL GUIDE FOR THE INVALID TO THE PRINCIPLE WATERING PLACES OF GREAT BRITAIN; £ 135.00

Containing a view of The Medicinal Effects of Water, 1. As applied to the Body in its simple State.2. As exhibited in its impregnated or Mineral Form. 3. As employed in this Form for the Cure of particular Diseases, with their Modes of Treatment, and 4. As assisted in its Effects by the Situation and Climate of the Watering-places resorted to. London. S. Highley (Successor to the late Mr John Murray). 1806. pp. xxiv, iv, 5 - 295 (v) of adverts. 12mo. Original boards and paper spine. Partly unopened and a very little minor foxing. A very good copy.

Reference: 8738

 
O'CONNELL, Daniel ADDRESS PANEL - Signed. £ 125.00

Address Panel to Robert Bell, Esq, Humbleton, Hull. Post marked De 13 1833 Dublin and inscribed 'Dublin December thirteen 1833.'

Reference: 11207

 
PAXTON, James. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF HUMAN ANATOMY. £ 150.00

Vol 1 - Oxford. J. Vincent; Vol 2 London. Sherwood, Gilbert & Piper and Oxford J. Vincent. 1831 - 1834. 2 vols. pp. xxviii, 415; viii, 370. 2 plates, numerous engravings throughout the text. 8vo. Full calf, spines with gilt decoration, faded, and with slightly garniish, new spine labels. 1st edition. A very good set.

Reference: 40512

 
PETTIGREW, Thomas Joseph. CHRONICLES OF THE TOMBS. A Select Collection of Epitaphs, preceded by An Essay on Epitaphs and other Monumental Inscriptions, with incidental observations on Sepulchral Antiquities. £ 10.00

London. George Bell & Daldy. 1873. pp. 16 of adverts, vi, 529. 8vo. Blind stamped brown cloth. End papers foxed otherwise a good, clean copy.

Reference: 62900

 
PUREY-CUST, Arthur P. BROTHERHOOD: The Freemans' boast, the Patriot's specific. A Sermon preached in York Minster, before the Provincial Grand Lodges of the North & East, and West Ridings of Yorkshire, at the United Jubilee Meeting, Thursday, 14th July 1887. Published by Request. £ 35.00

Hull. M.C. Peck and Son. 1887. pp. 16. 8vo. Original printed wrapper present but detached from spine and frayed at all edges.

Reference: 72202

 
RAVENSHAW, Thomas F. ANTIENTE EPITAPHES (From AD 1250 to AD 1800). Collected & sett forth in Chronologicall order. £ 16.00

London. John Masters & Co. 1878. pp. (viii), 196. Folded frontis. 8vo. Original cloth. A very good clean copy.

Reference: 20030

 
REID, John. THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE; A Popular Account of Its People, Their Religion, Manners and Domestic Character, £ 50.00

with an Historical Sketch of Turkey, from its foundation to the present time, and full details of its recent social and political changes. London. R. Tyas. 1842. pp. xii, 306, (ii) of adverts. Coloured frontis and 5 coloured plates, 2 maps. 8vo. Original reen cloth. A shabby, grubby copy - Both hinges and all edges rubbed, lacking the front free endpaper, plates marked.

Reference: 76281

 
SCOTT, John. CASES OF TIC DOULOUREUX and other forms of Neuralgia. £ 65.00

London. Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longman. 1834. pp. 8 of adverts, (iv), 52. 8vo. Original boards, with label on front board. Label torn with lose. DNB. Scott was surgeon to the London Hospital. He revolutionised one department of surgery by introducing the passive treatment of diseased joints. He is said to have been the first surgeon in England to remove the upper jaw.

Reference: 7381

 
SCOTT, John. NARRATIVES OF THE TWO FAMILIES EXPOSED TO THE GREAT PLAGUE OF LONDON, AD 1665; with Conversations on Religious Preparation for Pestilence. Republished, with Notes and Observations. £ 45.00

London. R.B. Seeley & W. Burnside. 1832. pp. xii, 214. Large 12mo. Full vellum with leather spine label, spine darkened, vellum marked. Two previous owners's bookplates.

Reference: 83640

 
SCOTT, Lieut-General William A. AN AUTHENTIC NARRATIVE OF THE LATE SANGUINARY BATTLE ON THE PLAINS OF WATERLOO: £ 250.00

Exhibiting a Minute Detail of all the Military Operations of the heroes who signalized themselves on that memorable occasion, opposed to Napoleon Buonaparte, in Person. To which is added The French Account of the Murderous Conflict from a French General. London. E. Cox and Son. 1815. pp. viii, 128, 70. Coloured frontis, 5 plates. 8vo. Original boards with front board label, later cloth spine. The second pp 40/41 dirty.

Reference: 6724

 
SMELLIE, William; McClintock, Alfred H (Editor). SMELLIE'S TREATISE ON THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF MIDWIFERY. £ 120.00

London. The New Sydenham Society. 1876. 3 vols. pp. xvi, 439; xii, 409; viii, 340. Frontis - Vol 1. 8vo. Original brown cloth. The New Sydenham Society Vol LXVIII; LXVIV; and LXXIX. A very good set.

Reference: 111980

 
SMITH, George. ESSAY ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF COTTAGES suited for the Dwellings of the Labouring Classes, for which the premium was voted by the Highland Society of Scotland. Illustrated by Working Plans of single and combined cottages on different scales of accommodation and cost. Also with specifications, details and estimates. £ 160.00

Glasgow. Blackie & Son. 1834. pp. 38, 8 of adverts. Engraved title & 11 folded plans. 8vo. Original cloth, front board label.

Reference: 153747

 
SMITH. Hugh. FREE FARMING TO MEET FREE TRADE. £ 30.00

London. James Ridgway. 1850. pp. 31. 8vo. Disbound.

Reference: 11366

 
SOCIETY OF LADIES. THE LADY'S MONTHLY MUSEUM, or Polite Repository of Amusement and Instruction: being an assemblage of whatever can tend to please the Fancy, interest the Mind or exalt the Character of The British Fair. Vol 7. £ 40.00

London. Vernor & Hood. 1801. pp. ii, 430. Engraved title, 6 engraved plates, 12 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Full calf, spine lacking, but boards firm. Repaired with tape. A little light foxing.

Reference: 14552

 
SOCIETY OF LADIES. THE LADY'S MONTHLY MUSEUM, or Polite Repository of Amusement and Instruction: being an assemblage of whatever can tend to please the Fancy, interest the Mind or exalt the Character of The British Fair. Vol XVI. £ 35.00

London. Vernor and Hood. 1806. pp. ii, 430.Engraved title, 5 engraved plates, 6 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards very slightly rubbed. Lacking pp 71/72 and one engraving.

Reference: 27687

 
SOUTHGATE, Henry. THINGS A LADY WOULD LIKE TO KNOW concerning Domestic Management and Expenditure. £ 20.00

London. William P. Nimmo. 1877. pp. 543, 16 of adverts. Frontis, engraved title. 8vo. Original blue cloth, gilt decoration, all edges gilt. Spine dulled, front hinge weak and frayed, shaken. 5th edition.

Reference: 236050

 
SPEEDY, Thomas. SPORT IN THE HIGHLANDS AND LOWLANDS OF SCOTLAND with Rod and Gun. £ 45.00

Edinburgh & London. William Blackwood & Sons. 1884. pp. xviii, 412. Frontis, 10 plates and further illustrations in the text. 8vo. Green cloth, head & tail of spine slightly frayed. A very good, clean copy with the bookplate of W.H. Watson, Inver, Horsforth. 1st edition.

Reference: 14072

 
SPOONER, Rev. J.B. SERMONS. £ 12.00

Gainsborough. R. Browne. 1843. pp. vi, 115. 8vo. Full calf. With bookplates of 3 previous owners.

Reference: 65500

 
TISSINGTON, Silvester. A COLECTION OF EPITAPHS AND MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS, on The most Illustrious Persons of All Ages and Countries. £ 16.00

London. Simpkin, Marshall & Co. 1857. pp. xvi, 517. 8vo. Cloth, new spine and labels.

Reference: 183404

 
TUER, Andrew W. THE FOLLIES & FASHIONS OF GRANDFATHERS (1807) £ 300.00

Embellished with Thirty Seven whole page Plates including Ladies and Gentlemen's Dress; Sporting and Coaching Scenes, Fanciful Prints, Portraits of Celebrities etc. London. Field & Tuer; New York. Scribner & Welford. 1886/7. pp. (x) vi, 366, (ii), (viii) of adverts. Frontis and 36 plates of which 18 are coloured. 4to. Original cloth spine and boards. Large Paper copy, No 228 of 250 signed by Field & Tuer.

Reference: 18846

 
UZANNE, Octave. FASHION IN PARIS. The Various Phases of Femine Taste and Aesthetics from 1797 to 1897. £ 75.00

From the French by Lady Mary Loyd. With One Hundred Hand Coloured Plates & two Hundred and Fift text Illustrations by Francois Courboin. London. William Heinemann; New York Charles Scribner's Sons. 1898. pp. xvi, 180. Coloured frontis and 99 coloured plates as called for. 250 illustrations in the text. 4to. Rebound in cloth with original binding laid down, new endpapers. There is some minor foxing in the text. Apart from the frontis all colour plates have tissue guards. Residue of tape marks inner edge of title and frontis.

Reference: 36787

 
WARREN, Mrs Eliza (Editor). THE LADIES' TREASURY FOR 1879. A Household Magazine. £ 95.00

London. Bemrose and Sons. 1879. pp. (ii), iv, 716. Frontis and 10 uncoloured engraved plates, 9 coloured folded fashion plates, 3 folded design plates. 8vo. Cloth, top of front hinge split.

Reference: 16481

 
WARREN, Mrs Eliza (Editor). THE LADIES' TREASURY: An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Literature, Education, Fine Art, Domestic Economy, Needlework, and Fashion. Volume IX. £ 18.00

London. Houlston & Wright. 1865. pp. iv, 380. Illustrated. Royal 8vo. Blue cloth with gilt decoration.

Reference: 50220

 
WARREN, Mrs Eliza (Editor). THE LADIES' TREASURY: An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Literature, Education, Fine Art, Domestic Economy, Needlework, and Fashion. Volume VIII. £ 25.00

London. Houlston & Wright. 1864. pp. iv, 380. Coloured frontis, foxed, & 2 colour plates, all topographical, further illustrations in the text. Royal 8vo. Blue cloth with gilt decoration.

Reference: 144570

 
WARREN, Mrs Eliza. (Editor). THE LADIES' TREASURY AND TREASURY OF LITERATURE January to june 1871. Vol X - New Series. £ 18.00

London. Bemrose & Sons. 1871. pp. 240, 92. Illustrated. Purpel cloth with gilt decoration, faded. front board slightly marked, all edges gilr, corners slightly bumped.

Reference: 14848

 
WARREN, Mrs Eliza. (Editor). THE LADIES' TREASURY FOR 1877. A Household Magazine. £ 95.00

London. Bemrose and Sons. 1877. pp. (ii), iv, 724. Frontis and 10 uncoloured engraved plates, 11 coloured folded fashion plates, 1 coloured design plate and 2 folded uncoloured fashion plates. 8vo. Original pictorial cloth, all edges gilt. The book has been recased and has new endpapers.

Reference: 6329

 
WARREN, Mrs Eliza. (Editor). THE LADIES' TREASURY FOR 1881. A Household Magazine. £ 95.00

London. Bemrose and Sons. 1881. pp. (ii), iv, 716. Frontis and 10 uncoloured engraved plates, 10 coloured folded fashion plates, 3 folded design plates, 1 torn and repaired. 8vo. Original pictorial cloth, all edges gilt. Shaken and hinges weak, but holding internally.

Reference: 16903

 
WARREN, Mrs Eliza. (Editor). THE LADIES' TREASURY of Literature, Occupation, & Amusement. Illustrated with Fine Engravings. £ 75.00

Lpondon. Bemrose & Sons. 1867. pp. iv, 3 - 572. 4 coloured fashion plates, 4 folded coloiured pattern plates and many further engravings. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. Some minor foxing occasional in text.

Reference: 14990

 
WARREN, Mrs Eliza. (Editor). THE LADIES' TREASURY: An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Literature, Poetry, Fine Art, Education, Domestic Economy, needlework, and Fashion. Vols I & II New Series. £ 35.00

London. (Bemrose and Sons) 1866. pp. 364; 354. 2 Frontis's and 13 uncloured engraved plates, 4 coloured fashion plates. 8vo. Some foxing. Half calf, marbled boards.

Reference: 6805

 
WILSON, George. LIFE OF DR. JOHN REID, late Chandos Professor of Anatomy and Medicine in the University of St. Andrews. £ 30.00

Edinburgh: Sutherland and Knox; London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co. 1852. pp. viii, 316, (iv) of adverts. 8vo. Original cloth, spine faded and slightly chipped at head. Partly unopened. pp. 113/114 torn and repaired not affecting text. A good copy.

Reference: 76971

 
 
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