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1600 TRISTAN, Sir. A Metrical Romance of the 13th Century By

. Ву Thomas of Erceldoune, called the Rhymer. Edited from the Auchinleck MSS. by Walter Scott. 3d edition, 8vo, bds., uncut,

London, 1841 1601 TROWBRIDGE, J. T. The Vagabonds. With illustrations by F. 0. C. Darley. 4to,

New York, 1863 1602 TRYPHIODORUS. The destruction of Troy, being the Sequel of the

Iliad. Translated from the Greek, with Notes by J. Merrick. 8vo, old calf, illustrated title,

Oxford 1603 True-Born Englishman. A Satire, [by De Foe.] 16mo, old calf,

London, 1748 1604 VIRGILI MARONIS, P. Opera, per Johannes Ogilvium edita, et

Sculpturis aeneis adornata. Royal folio, haif old calf, illustrated by very many large and curious engravings. Portrait and engraved title,

London, 1658 1605 VIRGILLII MARONIS, P. Interpretatione et Notis illustravit Caro

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London, 1707 1606*VIRGILII MARONIS, P. Bucolica, Georgica et Aeneis. Illustrata,

ornata, et accuratissime impressa. 2 vols. 8vo, old crimson mor. gilt

, gilt edges, illustrated with many interesting and curious plates, from gems, coins, statues and vases, London, 1750

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1607 VIRGILII MARONIS, P. Opera, Varietate Sectionis et perpetua

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London, 1793 1608*VIRGILII MARONIS, P. Opera, Crura H. Justice.

5 vols. 8vo, calf, the text engraved. Ilustrations,

London, N. D. 1609 VIRGILI MARONIS, P. Carmina Omnia. Perpetuo Commentario

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the woorke of the diuine Poet Virgil Maro, and the thirteenth the supplement of Maphaeus Vegius. Translated into English Verse by Thomas Phaer, esquire and Thomas Twyne, Doctor in Physicke. Imprinted at London by William Howe, for Abraham Veale, dwelling in Paule's Church yeard, at the signe of the Lambe. Black Letter. 4to, calf,

London, 1584 First edition with the supplement of Maphaeus Vegius. Rare :

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1611 VIRGIL'S Æneis, translated into Scottish Verse by the Famous

Garvin Douglas, Bishop of Dunkeld. A new edition, wherein many errors are corrected, and to which is added a large Glossary and the Author's Life. Folio, old calf, gilt,

Edinburgh, 1700 One of the most valuable and interesting translations from the

dead languages. 1612 VIRGIL, The Works of. Closely rendered into English Rythm,

. and illustrated from British Poets of the 16th-18th Centuries, by the Rev. Robert Singleton. 2 vols, 8vo,

London, 1855 Very valuable for the illustrations. 1613 VOLTAIRE. La Pucelle, Poem en XXI. Chants, avec les Notes

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Paris, 1789 Scarce. Fine impressions of the beautiful and curious plates. 1614 VOLTAIRE. Contes, Satires, Epitres, Poésies diverses, Odes,

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Paris, 1841

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Paris, 1843 1616 VOLTAIRE. Romans de. Portrait, 12mo, half calf, Paris, 1844 1617 WALLER, ED. Poems, etc. by. All the Lyrick Poems in this

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London, 1645 “ The first genuine edition, and very scarce.” It is inscribed “To

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London, 1729 This copy has many additional portraits inserted. 1620*WALLER, EDMUND. Poems and Miscellaneous Works. 8vo, old

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1621 WALLER, EDMUND. The Works of. In prose and verse, with a life of the author by P. Stocdale. 16mo, calf, London, 1772

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London, 1854 1623 WARNER, WILLIAM. Albion's England. A continued Historie of

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London, 1602 1624 WATTS, ALARIC A. Lyrics of The Heart, with other poems. With forty-one engravings on steel 8vo, uncut,

New York, 1852 1625 WEBSTER, JOHN. A Monumental Columne erected to the living

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London, 1613 Scarce. A fine specimen of its kind. 1626 WHITE, HENRY KIRKE. The Poetical Works of. fcap. 8vo, uncut, portrait,

London, Pickering, 1846 1627 WHITMAN, Walt. Leaves of Grass.

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Boston, 1864 Letter from Whittier and autograph of Barbara Fritchie inserted; with newspaper slips about her, and the destruction of her house at Fredericktown. 1631 WHITTIER, JOHN GREENLEAF. Snow-Bound. 16mo, portrait,

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1637*WITHER, GEORGE. Hallelujah, or Britain's Second Remembran12mo,

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London, 1856 1639 WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM. The Poetical Works of. A new and revised edition. Fcap. 8vo, 7 vols. green mor. gilt,

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CTING, An Essay on the Science of. 12mo, half roan,

London, 1820

1647 ÆSCHYLI. Tragoediae Septem, cum Versione Latina. 2 vols. old russia, neat, 16mo,

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London, 1831 1652 Alleyn Papers. A collection of original documents illustrative

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London, Shak. Soc., 1843 1653 ALLEYN, EDWARD. Founder of Dulwich College; Memoirs of.

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London, Shak. Soc., 1841 1654 Ancien Theatre Francois, ou collection des ouvrages dramatiques,

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