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CONDITIONS OF SALE.
Astor, Lenox ard Tijden
1. The highest Bidder to be the Buyer ; and if any Dispute arise between
Bidders, the Lot so disputed shall be immediately put up again.
Five Pounds, 2s. 6d.; and so on.
down 58. in the Pound, if required, in Part of Payment of the Purchase money ; in default of which, the Lot or Lots purchased to be
immediately put up again and re-sold. IV. The Lots to be taken away, at the Buyer's Fxpence, immediately after
the conclusion of the Sale; in default of which, Mr. S. Leigh Sotheby will not hold himself responsible if lost, stolen, damaged, or otherwise destroyed, but they will be left at the sole risk of the Purchaser. If, at the expiration of ONE Week after the conclusion of the Sale, the Books or other property are not cleared or paid for, they will then be catalogued for immediate sale, and the expence, the same as if re-sold, will be added to the amount at which the books were bought. Mr. Leigh SOTHEBY will have the option of re-selling the Lots uncleared. either by public or private sale, without any notice being
•ģiřert to the defaulter. V. The Books
are presumed to be perfect, unless otherwise expressed ; but if, upoh collastig, any should prove defective, the Purchaser will be at liberty to take or reject them, provided they are returned within ONS WEEK. after the conclusion of the Sale, when the Purchase•Money.will be returned.
VI. The Sale of any Book or Books is not to be set aside on account of any
Stained or Short Leaves of Text or Plates, want of List of Plates, or on account of the Publication of any subsequent Volume, Supplement, Appendix, or Plates.
VII. No IMPERFECT Books will be taken back, unless a note accompanies
each Book, stating its Imperfections, with the Number of Lot and
date of the Sale at which the same was purchased. VIIK. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery, and inconvenience in the settle
ment of the purchases, no Lot can on any account be removed during
the time of Sale; and the money must be paid on the delivery. IX. Upon Failure of complying with the above Conditions, the Money
required and deposited in Part of Payment shall be forfeited ; and if any loss is sustained in the re-selling of such books as are not cleared or paid for, all charges on such re-sale shall be made good by the Defaulters at this Sale.
*** Each Day's Sale will commence precisely at One o'Clock.
Gentlemen who cannot attend the Sale may have their Commissions faithfully executed by their humble Servant,
S. LEIGH SOTHEBY,
Wellington Street, Strand.
ARRANGEMENT OF THE SALE.
No. to No. FIRST DAY..........Monday, April 4...........
1 to 250 231. 1.6 SECOND DAY ........Tuesday, April 5 ........... 251 to 513 269.8.0 THIRD DAY......... Wednesday, April 6....... 514 to 759 263. 13.6 FOURTH DAY.......Thursday, April 7 760 to 1014 242. G.0 FIFTH DAY..........Friday, April 8............ 1015 to 1271 152. 12. () Sixth Day.........Saturday, April 9......... 1272 to 1530 223. 0.6 SEVENTH DAY......Monday, April 11......... 1531 to 1800 290.6.6 EIGHTH DAY ....... Tuesday, April 12......... 1801 to 2057 266, 676
No. // 1 A. (G.) an Orthodox Plea for the Sanctuary of God, Common Rodd
Service, &c. by G. A., sometime of Oxford, of St. Johns,
fine impression of the rare port. of the author, by Sherwin calf, gilt leaves
R. Reynolds, 8vo, 1669 712 2 A. (H.) Parthenia Sacra, or the Mysterious and Delicious Garden (Lolman
of the Sacred Parthenes ; symbolically set forth and en-
tainment of Devout Soules, frontispiece
blue morocco, gilt leaves, fine copy, John Cousturier, 8vo, 1633 *** This work is illustrated by forty-nine emblematical engravings. 616 3 Abbott (Thomas) The Soldier's Friend, or Memorials of Bruns
Rodel wick, a Poem, printed on yellow paper, portrait calf, gilt leaves
Hull, 4to, 1823 16. 4 Academy (The New) of Complements erected for Ladies, Gen
tlemen, &c. with Exact Collection of the Newest and
Choicest Songs a la Mode, both Amorous and Jovial calf, gilt leaves
Samuel Speed, 8vo, 1669
formance are exceedingly rare : the present copy is from the
Roxburghe Collection. 16
Prince James, frontispiece
original vellum, Edinburgh, Thomas Finlayson, folio, 1618
den, David Primrose, &c. The present copy has the auto-
6 Adamson (John) The Muses Welcome to the High and Mightie huku Thorpe
7 Adamson (John) The Traveller's loy, or a Sermon on the Third
John Haviland, 8vo, 1623
out any regular title-page; but thus headed, “The Ark, its
corded in the beginning of 1 Sam. in meeter.”
Do calf extra, marbled leaves
8vo, 1810 12 Ainsworth (William) Medulla Bibliorum, the Marrow of the Bible, in verse
George Calvert, 8vo, 1652 13 Alciato (Andrea) Emblemi :-Diversi Impresi accommodate è
diverse moralita, con versi, &c. Tratte da gli Emblemi
dell' Alciato, portruit of Alciat inserted
russia, gilt leaves Lione da Gulielmo Rovillio, 8vo, 1551 *** This series of wood engravings is supposed to be executed by
or under the direction of Petit Bernard, or Sol. Bernard.
russia, gilt leaves, fine copy Antwerpie, 8vo, 1577
ib. 8vo, 1622
second edition, a poem calf, gilt leaves
Thonias Harper, 8vo, 1633 17 Aleyn (Charles) The Historie of Henrie of that Name the Seventh,
Xing of England, a poem calf, gilt leaves
Tho. Cotes, 8vo, 1638 *** The scarce portrait of Henry VII, by M. Lasne, is added. 18 ALLOT (ROBERT) ENGLANDS PARNASSUS ; or the choysest
Flowers of our Moderne Poets, with their Poeticall Com
N. L. C. B. and T. H. 8vo, 1600
(whose copy it was) states that “ Robert Allot, the editor, was