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Thomas Hardy, Under the Greenwood Tree (London: Tinsley Brothers, 1872). Volume I only (of two), first edition published by Tinsley Brothers in 1872. Contemporary cloth, marked. Worth quite a lot of money if the other volume was found and both rebound.
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Price £45 Ref. no. 182

James Greenwood, Odd People in Odd Places; or, The Great Residuum (London: Frederick Warne and Co., no date but published by Warne in 1883). One of Greenwood's pioneering accounts of meeting poor people and the working class. Water stain to back cover, affecting last few pages, Victorian ownership signature of J. Hallam. Sound reading copy.
Ref. no. 183 Price £15


Strand Magazine (London: George Newnes, 1913). One of the scarcer volumes of the Strand Magazine, Volume XLV January - June 1913. Contents include an interview with John Cayford, who claimed to have been the inspiration for Charles Dickens's Joe Gargery, contributions by E. Nesbit, P.G. Wodehouse, Richard Marsh, Arnold Bennett and H. Rider Haggard, and part of the serialisation of The Poison Belt by Arthur Conan Doyle, as well as non fiction including an account by Pauline Chase of her role as Peter Pan. Bound in red cloth. Good condition.
Ref. no. 184 Price £25

Harold Scott, The Early Doors: Origins of Music Hall (London: Nicholson & Watson, 1946). History of early music hall, chapters including Before 1843, Evan's and Charles Morton. Illustrated hardback printed on wartime economy paper. Paper aged, sound reading copy.
Price £5 Ref. no. 185

The Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine, An Illustrated Journal, Combining Practical Information, Instruction & Amusement New Series Volume V (London: S.O. Beeton, 1862). Contains 6 handcoloured fashion plates and 6 colour patterns. Original cloth. Good condition.
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£60 Ref. no. 186

The Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine, An Illustrated Journal, Combining Practical Information, Instruction & Amusement New Series Volume VI (London: S.O. Beeton, 1862). Contains 6 handcoloured fashion plates and 6 colour patterns. Original cloth. Good condition.
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Price £60 Ref. no. 187

Audrey Peterson, Victorian Masters of Mystery: from Wilkie Collins to Conan Doyle (New York: Frederick Ungar, 1984). Paperback. Covers Wilkie Collins, Charles Dickens, Sheridan Le Fanu, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, James Payn, Anna Katharine Green and Arthur Conan Doyle. A pioneering study. Previous owner's bookplate, good condition.
Price £8 Ref. no. 188

Countess of Blessington (editor), Heath's Book of Beauty for 1842 (London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1842). Annual with full page steel engraved plates of society beauties, poetry and prose. Silk binding blocked in gold with gold edges. A larger format than most gift books. Engravings: Queen Victoria, title vignette, Princess of Capua, Marchioness of Hastings, Viscountess Sidney, Lady Gray Egerton, Lady Vivian and Child, Miss Power, Miss Bligh, Miss Forester, Mrs. Mountjoy Martyn, Mrs. Dennistoun and Child and Mrs. Rose and Child. Contributors include: Theodosia Garrow, Viscount Powerscourt, Mrs. Fairlie, Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley, Charles Howard, John Kenyon, Baroness de Calabrella, Arthur Hume Plunkett, Miss Pardoe, Lieutenant Colonel G. Poulett Cameron, Marquess Wellesley, Miss Power, Lord Gardner, Alexander Cochran, Major Calder Campbell and Sir Gardner Wilkinson. Silk missing from spine, contents shaken and a couple of plates - good clean condition for such a fragile publication.
Price £45 Ref. no. 189

The London and Paris Ladies' Magazine of Fashion, Polite Literature, Fine Arts, under the especial patronage of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen (London: William Stevens, 1866).
Issue for April 1866 in the original wrappers. A scarce magazine.
Includes three hand coloured steel engraved fashion plates.
Very good condition.
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SOLD Ref. no. 190

The London and Paris Ladies' Magazine of Fashion, Polite Literature, Fine Arts, under the especial patronage of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen (London: William Stevens, 1865).
Issue for July 1865 in the original wrappers. A scarce magazine.
Includes three hand coloured steel engraved fashion plates.
Very good condition.
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Price £45 Ref. no. 191

The London and Paris Ladies' Magazine of Fashion, Polite Literature, Fine Arts, under the especial patronage of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen (London: William Stevens, 1865).
Issue for November 1865 in the original wrappers. A scarce magazine.
Includes two hand coloured steel engraved fashion plates, one of which is a much larger (size of two) folding plate..
Very good condition.
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Price £45 Ref. no. 192

Henry James, The American (London: Macmillan, 1883). Two volumes in one, half leather and marbled boards. Rubbed and loss to leather at top of spine. Reading copy.
Price £5 Ref. no. 193

The Crinoline from 1730 to 1864 (Piccadilly, London: Edward Philpott, 1864). Scarce large format, illustrated, paperback, published by a draper to promote Philpott's sansflectum crinoline. Disbound, some foxing, back cover missing and chips to last advert page. Rare. Reading copy.
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Price £15 Ref. no. 194

Marcus Cunliffe (editor), American Literature to 1900 (London: Penguin, 1993). Essays. Volume 8 of the Penguin History of Literature series. Previous owner's bookplate, very good condition.
Price £3 Ref. no. 195

Edward T. Joy, Getting Dressed (London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 1981). Small paperback (65 pages) on the etiquette and accessories used by men & women for their toilet 1660-1916. Illustrated. Covers creased. Good condition.
Price £3 Ref. no. 196

Beatrice Harraden, Ships That Pass in the Night (Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1894). Paperback, covers dated September 1911. Very good condition.
Price £5 Ref. no. 197

The Ladies Cabinet, The Ladies Cabinet (London: 1854). Magazine for months July to December 1854. 6 beautiful hand-coloured fashion plates. Fiction, non fiction poetry, patterns, essays and entertainment. Contributors include Amelia Betham Edwards and Emmeline Stuart Wortley. Contents: The Hatton Gardon Spoon by Silverpen; The Closed-up Chamber by Ada Trevanion; The Gem by Albert Taylor; The Crafty Man by Charles Haidin; Why Was I Humbly Born by Silvio May; Shakespeare Studies of Woman by Mary Cowden Clarke; Charade Story by Mrs. Abdy; Street Music by Mrs. White; The Lives and Writings of Lucretia and Margaret Davidson reviewed by Clementina Grant; Lines Written at Ramsgate by Y.S.N.; The Kine Maiden by Frederick Enoch; The Garde Du Lazaret; A Glance at the Life and Times of Gabrielle Emilie Marchioness Du Chatelet (continued from previous volume) by the Late Countess of Blessington; Amy's Mistake by Maria Norris; The Fair of Caen by Isabella Munro; Passing Events Re-edited; Gossip from Paris by Our Own Correspondent; Our Library Table; Amusements of the Month (theatre reviews); The Toilet; Honeycomb; The Garden; Answers to Correspondents; The Chosen Song by Ada Trevanion; An Englishman's Home by Mrs. Abdy; Lines Written Upon Perusing the Above by Y.S.N.; The Ornithorynchus Paradoxus; or, Duck-Billed Platypus by Mrs. Lee; The Garde Du Lazaret by Walter Weldon (continued); The Exile's Farewell by Mary Frances T----; To Norah; A Dissertation on Head Coverings by Mrs. C.A. White; Sonnet by Calder Campbell; Fruit, an Essay by Amelia B. Edwards; Be Just Before You Are Generous by Ada Trevanion; Solution of Mrs. Abdy's Charade Story by J.C.; Essays on Minstrelsy and Poesy; What the Wind Said to the Children by Mrs. Newton Crossland; A Dollar on the Conscience by T.S. Arthur; Questions by Anne A. Fremont; Stray Thoughts by Hedviga; Exclusion of Female Organists From Churches; The First Sorrow; Inspiration; Flowers and Sea-Weeds by Mrs. Abdy; The Maiden's Tower by Fritz; Mrs. Murden's Two Dollar Silk; Song by W.C. Bennett; Juana's Cross; The Magic Metamorphosis by Mrs. C.L. Balfour; Sunshine by Anne A. Fremont; Roses and Their Associations by Mrs. White; A Frenchwoman's Description of the Bazaars of Constantinople, its Restaurants and Cemeteries; Stanley Mordaunt by E. O'Hara; The Lost Letter by Mrs. Burbery; Lines to Jenny Lind by Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley; A Boat Song by Ada Trevanion; Autumn by A. Baskerville; An Expedition to the Voring Foss in Norway 1853 by the Authoress of A Young Traveller's Journal in America; River-side Vows by Mrs. Abdy; Go On, Go On by M.S.R.; In Thy Smile by Frederick Enoch; Dream Sonnets by Calder Campbell; Nellie's Illusions; Simples by Caroline A. White; The Hero Worshipper by T.H.L.; Battle of Leipzig by I. Albert Way; The East by Henry P. Haynes; About Little Hitty and Her Afternoon Visit by Anna H. Phillips (Helen Irving); A Story of Ruin; Essays on Minstrelsy and Poesy; Rich and Poor by Mary Howitt; The Land Where Partings are Unknown by Mrs. Abdy; To a Late Primrose by W.A.; A Parting Rembrance of a Happy Visit to the West of England by Y.S.N.; The Progress of Properties by A.B.Edwards; Silence; Lines by Mrs. Valentine Bartholomew; Simples and Their Superstitions by Caroline A. White; Hasse and Faustina translated by Walter Weldon; Song of the Outlaws by Ada Trevanion; The Art of Embroidery; The Chorister's Funeral by C.S.R.; The Little Wanderer by Hannah Clay; Take, Flags, One Glory More by W.C. Bennett; The Idiosyncracies of Mr. Growl; A Few Words on Womanly Employments; Nurses for Scutari; The Mercy of the Winter's Waves; Tenderness by Clementina Grant; The Future by Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley; Sonnet by Calder Campbell; Christmas and its Customs by Caroline A. White; Selling the Love-Token, My Grandmother's Story by Alice B. Neal; The Past by Anne A. Fremont; The Manufacture of Artificial Flowers by C.T. Hinckley; The Alma by W.C. Bennett; Rachel's Sorrow by Mrs. Abdy; Repinings by P. Cooliar; My First Night in a Bullock Wagon by Isabella Munro; Self Temptings by Alfred Lear Huxford; The Last Fairy by Anna T. Wilbur; The Common Sense of Cookery;
Colour plates: Costume for July; Costume for August; Costume for September; Costume for October; Costume for November;
Illustrated plates: Elizabeth Amelie Eugenie, Empress of Austria; Under the Greenwood Tree; Sir Charles Napier; Nature and Art; Dartmouth Castle; Wild Fowl Shooting in the Hebrides by Moonlight;
The Work Table: pattern instructions for Gentleman's Purse, deep trimmings for sleeves, Trimming for Boy's drawers, Pocket-book or Cigar Case, Cigar Case, Sac Mathilde, Maltese Lace Handkerchief, Crochet Edging, Anti-macassar in diamond netting, Carriage Bag in bead work; point lace collar, Potichimanie, Embroidered Handkerchief; Richly Embroidered Bishop-sleeve, Collar in Guipure de Venise, German Bead Mat, Gentleman's Shaving Book, Corner for a Handkerchief, Point Lace Bertha for a Little Girl, Band for Gauntlet Sleeve, Gauntlet Sleeves, Bishop Sleeves in a New Style, by Aiguillette.
Title page not bound in, section clipped from front free endpaper (to remove a name), edges of plates not trimmed so page edges rough, splits to spine. Good condition.
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Price £45 Ref. no. 198

Roger Fulford, Votes for Women: The Story of a Struggle (London: Readers Union/ Faber and Faber). Illustrated. A few chips to dustjacket. Very good condition.
Price £5 Ref. no. 200

W.M. Thackeray, Catherine; Lovell, The Widower; Dennis Duval; Ballads etc. (London: Smith Elder, 1883). Some rubbing, a chip to spine. Old ownership stamp and signature of Charles L. Freeman. Good condition.
Price £5 Ref. no. 201

Maria Edgeworth, Belinda (London: Pandora Press, 1986). 1st published in 1811. Paperback. Introduction by Eva Figes. The story of Belinda and the two men who court her. Previous owner's bookplate, very good condition.
Price £3 Ref. no. 202

Maria Edgeworth, The Absentee (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988). Paperback. 1st published in 1812. Edited by W.J. McCormack. Set among the estate owning classes in Ireland. Previous owner's bookplate, very good condition.
Price £3 Ref. no. 203

Frederick Mansel Reynolds (editor), The Keepsake for 1831 (London: 1831). Literary annual with 18 full page steel engraved plates. Most notable for rare contributions by Mary Shelley, 'A Dirge,' 'Absence,' &'The Swiss Peasant.' She is credited as the 'Author of Frankenstein.' Other authors include the Countess of Blessington, L.E. Landon, Agnes Strickland, Theodore Hook and Catherine Godwin. Original silk binding, chipped & rubbed edges, loss to spine. Good condition for age.
Price £9 Ref. no. 203aaaa

Archibald Clavering Gunter, Mr. Potter of Texas (London: Routledge, 1888). Yellowback edition. Edges and covers rubbed. Good condition.
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Price £10 Ref. no. 204

Cuthbert Bede, The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green (London: Blackwood, circa 1880). Bede's comic novel of Oxford University life, illustrated throughout by himself. Edges slightly rubbed, very good condition.
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Price £9 Ref. no. 205

Arthur Sketchley, Mrs. Brown in the Highlands (London: Routledge, circa 1869). Yellowback. Covers rubbed and spine split. Sound reading copy.
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Price £5 Ref. no. 206

Michael Sadleir, Blessington D'Orsay, A Masquerade (London: Constable, 1933). Illustrated. Biography of the relationship between the Countess of Blessington and Count D'Orsay. Spine chipped at top edge and base. Good reading copy
Price £5 Ref. no. 207

Naomi E.A. Tarrant The Rise and Fall of the Sleeve 1825-1840: A Catalogue of the Costume and Accessories in the Charles Stewart and Royal Scottish Museum Collection (Scotland: Royal Scottish Museum, 1983). Paperback, illustrated. Very good condition.
Price £9 Ref. no. 208

Douglas Woodruff, The Tichborne Claimant: A Victorian Myster (London: Hollis & Carter, 1957). Hardback, early reprint. Probably the best book about the case. Illustrated. Early owner's inscription. Good condition.
Price £10 Ref. no. 210

The Young Englishwoman: A Volume of Pure Literature, New Fashions, and Pretty Needlework Designs (London: Ward, Lock, & Tyler, 1873). Large format magazine and heavy with 616 pages. 12 large hand-coloured fashion plate, 12 colour patterns and numerous black and white illustrations. Fiction includes part of the serialisation of Good Wives by Louisa May Alcott. Half leather and marbled boards. Old label to front board. Very good condition.
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Price £60 Ref. no. 211

Henry Harland, The Cardinal's Snuff-box (Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1903). Rebound in contemporary cloth, contemporary bookplate. Cloth a little rubbed, good condition.
Price £5 Ref. no. 212

Nicholas Rowe, Jane Shore; A Tragedy in Five Acts (Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, circa 1800). In original wrappers, which are chipped & darkened, and an engraved frontis. Reading copy.
Price £5 Ref. no. 213

John Wood (Editor), The Daguerreotype: A Sesquicentennial Celebration (London: Gerald Duckworth & University of Iowa Press, 1989). Hardback, illustrated in colour and black and white. Essays on Richard Beard and Antoine Claudet, Southworth and Hawes etc. Contemporary gift inscription. Very good condition.
Price £35
Ref. no. 214

Hugh Conway, Cabinet card photograph of novelist Hugh Conway (real name Frederick John Fargus), by Elliott and Fry of London, and taken in about 1884. Hugh Conway (1847-1885) is best remembered for his sensational mystery novel of murder and amnesia Called Back (1884). A rare picture. Good condition.
Price £15 Ref. no. 215

Bhagvat Sinh Jee, Thakore Saheb of Gondal (later HH Thakor Saheb Sir Bhagwatsinghji Sagramji Thakor of Gondal), Journal Of A Visit to England in 1883 (Bombay: Printed at the Education Society's Press, Byculla, 1886). An account by the monarch, aged 20, of his first trip to England and Scotland, written as a diary. An interesting account by a mature young man of contemporary social life, shops, visiting Queen Victoria, the theatre, etc. Bound in a special leather binding by the Bycullah Press (the ordinary edition was in cloth), with the Gondal arms on the cover, endpapers & edges marbled. Contemporary ownership signature, a blank removed (it probably was a presentation page). Very good condition. Also included with this item is a photo postcard, by Rotary, of the Thakor in middle age, showing him in London for the Coronation in 1902.
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Price £60 Ref. no. 216

Augustus Harris, The Little Treasure: A Comedy in Two Acts (London: Samuel French, circa 1870). First performed in 1855, when it starred Buckstone and Louisa Swanborough. French's Acting Edition. Very good condition.
Price £5 Ref. no. 217

Philip Priestley, Victorian Prison Lives (London: Pimlico, reprint 1999). Large format paperback. Illustrated. The best account of the lives of Victorian prisoners. Light watermark to first few pages, good condition.
Price £9 Ref. no. 218


Charlotte M. Yonge, History of Christian Names (London: Macmillan and Co., 1884). New edition, revised. This book was given by the artist Walter Crane to his daughter Beatrice Crane on the 20 February 1885 - the autograph inscription on the title page reads 'Beatrice Crane: from her father, Feb: 20 1885.' Spine badly chipped with splits.
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Price £25 Ref. no. 219

Thomas Duffus Hardy, A Review of the Present State of the Shakespearian Controversy (London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts). Signed presentation copy from the author. Paperback. Inscribed on front cover 'Stuart A. Moore from the writer'. Chips to covers, front cover detached, spine paper mostly gone. Scarce.
Price £9 Ref. no. 220

Eileen Bigland, Ouida: The Passionate Victorian (London: Jarrold, 1951). First published in 1950. 25 illustrations. Biography of the author. Dustjacket rather chipped, previous owner's bookplate. Good condition.
Price £5 Ref. no. 221

J.M. Capes and Alfred Capes, The Old and New Churches of London: Being a Series of Illustrations of the Existing Remains of Church Architecture in London from the Norman Period to that of the Great Fire, with numerous examples of the Churches Built from the Year 1844 to the Present Time (London and Oxford, J. Bumpus and Shrimpton & Son, 1880). Large format. Illustrations of: St. Mary Overy, Southwark; Temple Church; Church of the Austin Friars; St. Etheldreda, Ely Place; Chapel in the White Tower; Bow Church; Lambeth Palace; St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster; St. Mary Aldermary; St. Stephen, Walbrook; Stratford-Le-Bow; St. Dunstan, Stepney; St. Giles, Camberwell; St. Stephen's Church, Paddington; St. Mary Abbott, Kensington; St. Jude, South Kensington; St. Jude's, Kensal Green; St. Mary, Stoke Newington; St. Saviour, Oxford Street. Reading copy only as has been regluedand front free endpaper missing.
£15 Ref. no. 222

Pierre Loti, An Iceland Fisherman: A Story of Love on Land and Sea (London: John and Robert Maxwell, circa 1885). Translated from the French by Clara Cadiot. Rebound in contemporary cloth - probably a rebound yellowback. Foxing to endpapers, contemporary bookplate & signature of Claud Worth. Very good condition.
Price £5 Ref. no. 223

Ian Christie, The Last Machine: Early Cinema and the Birth of the Modern World (London: BBC and the British Film Institute, 1994). Paperback. Illustrated. Book accompanied the television series presented by Terry Gilliam. Good condition.
Price £10 Ref. no. 225

Leonard Merrick, The Man Who Was Good (Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1895). Paperback in original wrappers dated 1908. Covers foxed and a split to spine. Good condition.
Price £5 Order ref. no. 226

Maurice Baring, Diminutive Dramas (London: Martin Secker, 1919). Signed presentation copy from Maurice Baring to Robert Brooke-Popham. Inscribed by Baring in pencil 'Brookham from Maurice December 1919'. Armorial bookplate of Robert Brooke-Popham, who served with Baring in the First World War in the Royal Flying Corps, and was later Air Chief Marshall. Most of spine card missing, otherwise good condition.
Price £25 Ref. no. 227

Mark Twain, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (London: Chatto & Windus, 1910). Attractive colour advert with poem advertising Eno's Fruit Salts at end of book. Original child owner W.B. Hughes bookplate, front free endpaper missing. Some aging, good condition.
Price £5 Ref. no. 228

Archibald Clavering Gunter, The First of the English (London: Routledge, 1895). Yellowback. Covers rubbed & chipped. Sound reading copy.
Price £5 Ref. no. 229

Stanley J. Weyman, A Gentleman of France: Being the Memoirs of Gaston De Bonne Sieur De Marsac (Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1894). 2 volumes in an Art Nouveau design Tauchnitz binding. Crease to cover of volume 1, couple of small splits to spine. Good condition.
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Price £9 Ref. no. 230

James Mason (editor), How to Excel in Business; Or, The Clerk's Instructor: A Complete Guide to Success in the World of Commerce (London: Ward, Lock, 1874 - dated from adverts & British Library catalogue). Paperback published in the Friendly Counsel Series. Loss of some paper on spine, fragile. Scarce.
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Price £9 Ref. no. 231

Gertrude Bacon, How Men Fly (London: Cassell, 1911). Early paperback about aviation, the cover shows Gertrude Bacon flying with Roger Sommer. The book contains diagrams, and printed photographic illustrations include A Bleriot Monoplane in Flight and The First British Aviator, Moore Brabazon on a Voisin Biplane. The paperback is in fragile condition as is usual with this title and type of format and the front cover is nearly detatched, previous ownership signature and some foxing. Good reading copy of a rare book.
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Price £25 Ref. no. 232

Colonel Cody, Real photo postcard of aviator Samuel Franklin Cody (1867-1913) by Rotary. Never posted, it dates to about 1913. Good condition.
Price £5 Ref. no. 233

Marilyn Wood, Rhoda Broughton: Profile of a Novelist (Stamford: Paul Watkins, 1993). Hardback biography and criticism, with illustrations. A couple of creases to dustjacket, previous owner's bookplate. Good condition.
Price £10 Ref. no. 234

Rhoda Broughton, Rhoda Broughton's Ghost Stories and Other Tales of Mystery and Suspence (Stamford: Paul Watkins, 1995). Paperback, with an introduction by Marilyn Wood. The collection includes three newly discovered stories. Crease and a small tear to top left of cover, previous owner's bookplate, good condition.
Price £10 Ref. no. 235

Rhoda Broughton, Belinda (London: Virago, 1984). Paperback. Introduction by Tamie Watters. First published in 1887. Previous owner's bookplate, very good condition.
Price £5 Ref. no. 236

Richard Henry Savage, My Official Wife (London: Routledge, 1893). Yellowback. Edges rubbed, paper loss to spine. About average condition for a yellowback.
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Price £12 Ref. no. 237

Harriet Hawkins, Classics and Trash: Traditions and Taboos in High Literature and Popular Modern Genres (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1990). Paperback, illustrated. Abrasion to top right corner of front cover, previous owner's bookplate, good condition.
Price £4 Ref. no. 238

The Art Journal Illustrated Catalogue of The Industry of All Nations 1851 (London: : George Virtue, 1851). The Art Journal's catalogue of the Great Exhibition of 1851. Original cloth with spine skilfully rebacked and new endpapers. Slight foxing to first few pages. Very good condition.
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Price £60 Ref. no. 239

Rev. J.G. Wood, Common Objects of the Microscope (London: Routledge, 1864). Yellowback. Illustrated. Disbound: spine, back cover & 4 illustrated plates missing. Reading copy only.
Price £4 Ref. no. 240
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J. Sheridan Le Fanu, The Rose and The Ring (New York: Dover, circa 1982). Paperback. First published in 1871. Previous owner's bookplate. Very good condition.
Price £9 Ref. 241

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