CAIN, W S. A TRIP AROUND THE WORLD IN 1887-8. 1892. Routledge
Numerous full plate & illustrations in text by John Pedler, Sheppard Dale &
the author. A reprint of letters sent by this M.P, author to the Barrow News,
the leading newspaper in his consituency. Excellent copy. 400pp. £20.00
CALABRELLA, Baroness. (Mrs Thomas Jenkins) HADDON HALL. 1850. Bohn.
A Series of Romantic Tales of the Olden Times illustrated by George CATTERMOLE.
Decorative cloth dull, aeg. 1 plate loose but all 24 illustrations are present.
Top of spine damaged; edges rubbed. A little shook. £30.00
CALVERLEY, C S. FLY LEAVES. 1872. Deighton, Bell. Popular parodies
of well-known poets. Original green cloth, gilt.Tips of spine lightly rubbed,
lacks front end paper otherwise a very good copy. £28.00
CANTON, William. POEMS. (1928) Augustan Book of Poetry. Original wraps.
Taken from work out of print for twenty years. £5.00
CAREW, Thomas. THE POEMS OF THOMAS CAREW. 1899. Lawrence & Bullen.
Edited by Arthur Vincent. Tips of spine a little frayed otherwise very good. £16.00
FARM BALLADS, FESTIVALS & LEGENDS. 1884.
Sampson, Low & Marston. Three books bound as one in original publisher's
decorative binding. Aeg. £30.00
FARM BALLADS, FESTIVALS & LEGENDS. 1905. Sampson, Low & Marston.
Original pictorial cloth gilt. Aeg, Name on front end paper. An attractive book. £15.00
FOR THE TRAIN. 1932. D Archer. A Centenary Tribute to Lewis Carroll.
5 Poems & A Tale being contributions to "The Train" 1856-1857 with the original illustrations by C H Bennett & W McConnell together with some Carrollean Episodes concerning Trains. Edition limited to 100 numbered copies, arranged with a preface
by H J Schonfield who has signed the book. £120.00
USEFUL AND INSTRUCTIVE POETRY. 1954. G Bles. 1st publication of author's
first book written & illustrated when a boy. Includes a few facsimile pages of text
and reproductions of seven of the original illustrations. Cellophane dw. £30.00
ALICE 'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. 1961. Folio Press. Spine slightly
42 illustrations by John Tenniel. Pale blue & pink illustrated boards. 113pp. £12.00
THE WASP IN A WIG. 1977. Macmillan. Near fine in like price clipped dw.
A supressed episode of Through The Looking Glass with a preface, introduction
& notes by Martin GARDNER. £12.00
THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK. USA. 4pp brochure with inserted sample page
containing the introduction by Martin Gardner & a full page plate illustration
(suitable for framing), for the 1981 Centenial Edition published by W Kaufman
in co-operation with the Bryn Mawr College Library. 4to. Near fine. £8.00
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LEWIS CARROLL. nd. Nonesuch Press.
Introduced by A Woollcott. Illustrated by J Tenniel. 1165pp. £25.00
ALICE 'S ADVENTURE IN WONDERLAND. nd. Hodder & Stoughton.
Centenary Edition illustrated with coloured & tipped in plates by Gwynedd M Hudson. Inscription on front end paper which like the rear end paper is lightly foxed.
The spine of the original red cloth, lettered & decorated in gilt, is sunned & rubbed
along the rear base but it remains a very good copy of an uncommon sought after
edition. 4to. 180pp. £120.00
ALICE 'S ADVENTURES IN OXFORD. 1980. Pitkin Pictorials Ltd.
Mavis Batley tells the story of Alice Liddell. Illustrated in colour & black & white.
Original stiff coloured pictorial wraps. Fine. Cutting relating to her work laid in. £8.00
LEWIS CARROLL CENTENARY EXHIBITION. 1932. Bumpus.
Catalogue by Falconer MADAN with illustrations, notes & an essay by
Harold HARTLEY on Dodgson's Illustrations. Original printed wraps £35.00
THE MAD HATTER. The Mad Hatter came with a cup in one hand -
colour illustration by K Nixon. Unused postcard. Faulkner & Co Series 189. £5.00
BOOKS BY AND ABOUT LEWIS CARROLL. 1832-1898. J Clarke-Hall Ltd.
Illustrated catalogue issued by J Clarke-Hall Ltd - 408 items. Original wraps.
Postcard of Lewis Carroll Memorial in Llandudno loosely inserted. £8.00
LEWIS, Caroline. (Pseudonym for H Begbie, J S Ransome & M H Temple )
CLARA IN BLUNDERLAND. A Satire on Politicians.1902. Heineman. Illustrated.
Dedicated to the Memory of Lewis Carroll to whom the author is as much indebted
for the text as the illustrator (SR) to Sir John Tenniel for the ensuing parodies of his perfect pictures. £72.00
CARTER, John & SADLEIR, Michael. VICTORIAN FICTION. 1947. N B L.
Catalogue of an Exhibition of Original Editions held by the National Book League
at 7 Albermarle St. Special Edition containing 16pp of reproductions in half-tone.
Name on front end paper. £15.00
CHAMBERS, E W. ASHES OF EMPIRE. 1898. Macmillan.
Original cloth gilt decorated in blind. Front end papers lightly foxed.
Ads at rear dated 25/10/98. An attractive book. £15.00
CHURCH , Richard. SPEAKING ALOUD. 1968. Heinemann.
Talks on Literature & Authors including Trollope, Wordsworth, Dickens, Hardy,
Jefferies, K Mansfield, De la Mare, V Sackville West, Dylan Thomas, etc. £6.00
BIRD'S NEST. 1973. Dw. Introduced by A Tibble. With an article on
Clare by James Kirkup. All save one of the poems are first publications. £15.00
BIRD POEMS. 1980. Folio Society. Introduced by Peter Levi.
Engravings by Thomas Bewick. A very good copy in like slip case. £8.00
JOHN CLARE: BEGINNER'S LUCK by Edmund BLUNDEN. 1971.
A talk prepared in 1964, first published on the occasion of the Author's 75th Birthday. Single page proof sheets. Kirkpatrick states that there was an edn of 260 copies.
Here the limitation page gives this as 200 copies. £40.00
CLAUDIN, Gustave. MES SOUVENIRS DES BOULEVARDS DE 1840-1870. 1884.
Callman Levy. Paris. End pages & page edges foxed but still a very good copy
of the first edition (?) which ran into many editions during its first year of publication.
Grey cloth binding; gilt lettered leather label on spine. Poetry Society bookplate on
paste-down & their embossed address on half title page. 350pp, index. £200.00
COCKSHUT, A O J. ANGLICAN ATTITUDES. 1959. Collins. Dw.
A Study of Victorian Religious Controversies. £6.00
COLLOMS, Brenda. VICTORIAN VISIONARIES. 1982. Constable. Dw. £6.00
COLE, G D H.
WILLIAM COBBETT. 1925. Fabian Tract No 215. Original wraps. £10.00
BRITISH WORKING CLASS. 1832-1914. 1941. Routledge. Dw very slightly frayed. £10.00
SAMUEL BUTLER. 1947 Home & Van Thal.
Cream covers very lightly soiled otherwise very good. £6.00
THE COMMON PEOPLE. 1745-1938 with Raymond POSTGATE. Methuen.
24 maps & charts. Name on front end paper. £6.00
COLERIDGE, Gilbert. SOME & SUNDRY. 1931. Constable.
Memoirs of Eton, Cambridge , Characters of the"Nineties", War, etc. £60.00
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor.
THE FRIEND. 1906. George Bell. Reissue. One of Bohn's Standard Library Series.
A series of essays to aid in the formation of fixed principles in politics, morals & religion with literary amusements interspersed.
Neat name on front blank endpaper otherwise very good indeed in original cloth,
gilt lettered & decorated on the spine. £40.00
BIOGRAPHIA LITERARIA. 1939. Dent. Everyman's Library. Reprint.
Original orange cloth, spine slightly sunned. Name on front end paper. £5.00
SELECT POETRY AND PROSE. 1950. Nonesuch Press. 844pp.
This edition is introduced by Stephen Potter with supplementary notes &
biographical index. Spine very lightly sunned otherwise in excellent condition. £16.00
POEMS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. 1963. Folio Society.
Selected & introduced by Graham Hough. Slip case.
Red boards with leather spine which is cracked & loose. Contents very good. 175 pp. £4.00
THE POETICAL WORKS OF THOMAS CAMPBELL & SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. With lives. nd . Gall & Inglis Edinburgh . Small 8vo.
Includes The Pleasures of Hope, the Rime of the Ancient Mariner & Remorse,
Gertrude of Wyoming . Illustrated with eight engravings on steel.
Original leather covers, raised spine, highly decorated in blind gilt, yellow end papers, all edges gilt. Prize inscription on front blank end paper dated 1862.
Extremely good condition. 386pp. £95.00
LETTERS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. 1950. Grey Walls Press.
Selected & introduced by K Raine. Name on title page. Spine sunned. £12.00
COLERIDGE AMONG THE LEAVES AND MOUNTAINS. 1991. Folio Society.
From His Notebooks, Letters & Poem, 1794-1804. Introduced by R Hudson.
Illustrated both in colour & black & white. Fine in slip case. Illustrated. £8.00
MADOC by Paul MULDOON. 1990. Faber. Original wraps.
A poetic, imginary fulfilment of Samuel Taylor Coleridge & Robert Southey's plan to follow a utopian community on the banks of the Susquehanna. Signed by the poet on title page. £55.00
FALK. AMY FOSTER. TOMORROW, (THREE STORIES). 1903.
McClure, Phillips & Co, NY. Name on front endpaper. Front end papers cracked. Original embossed cloth, gilt, a little worn on edges. £30.00
THE ARROW OF GOLD. 1919. Fisher Unwin, Ltd. Green cloth, gilt.
Tips of spine slightly frayed. £15.00
THE ARROW OF GOLD. 1925. Fisher Unwin. Reprint. Red boards, gilt.
Spine sunned. Mark on rear cover. Teg. Name on front end paper. £5.00
THE RESCUE. 1920. J.M.Dent & Sons Ltd. Blind embossed green boards, gilt.
Very slight foxing of prelims. £20.00
SUSPENSE. 1925. J.M.Dent. Introduced by Richard Curle.
Uncommon dw chipped at head & foot of spine. £100.00
LETTERS OF JOSEPH CONRAD TO RICHARD CURLE. 1928. Cookville. USA. Edition limited to 850 copies designed by Bruce Roberts.
Edited with an introduction & notes by R Curle. Teg. Corners a little bumped. £30.00
A LETTER TO WILLIAM NICHOLSON. 1985. Introduced by G Krishnamurti.
Eighteen Nineties Society. Includes a facsimile of the first pages of the letters
tipped in & the Nicholson poster, subject of the letter, previously unpublished.
An editon of 50 specially bound with black jacket lettered in gilt. Near fine. £40.00
JOSEPH CONRAD: CENTENNIAL ESSAYS. 1960. Ed L KRZYZANOWSKI.
Issued by the "Polish Institute of Arts & Sciences in America".
Complimentary Slip from Editor tipped in. Original wraps. £15.00
JOSEPH CONRAD, 1911-31. 1932. USA. Privately Printed.
A Handlist of the various Books, Pamphlets, Prefaces, Notes, Articles, Reviews
& Letters written about Conrad with annotations by Richard Curle who has edited
& introduced the book. Edition limited to 250 copies. Half title slightly foxed.
Original wraps a little used but a bibliographically interesting list (24pp). £40.00
JOSEPH CONRAD by LIAM O'FLAHERTY. (1930) Lahr. Original wraps. £16.00
JOSEPH CONRAD. THE MAKING OF A NOVELIST by D NANDY.
27pp Typescript. "The notes which follow consist largely of quotations from
J. C & others. chosen to show some of the shaping influences on Conrad.
the outlook. the characteristic themes. in his novels and stories". £16.00
JOSEPH CONRAD by O WARNER. 1954. Longmans, Green & Co. Original wraps. £5.00
CONRADIANA. A Journal of Joseph Conrad. Texas Tech University. 1975. v.7/1.
A rticles on differing aspects of Conrad's work by D A. Hughes, A C. Bross,
D M. Burjorjee, C Wegelin, F B. Evans, W Lafferty, B H. Solomon, etc. £6.00
JOSEPH CONRAD. A catalogue of his works in two parts. 1985.
Two catalogues detailing the Raymond M Sutton Jr Collection of the works
of Conrad, for sale by David J Holmes, Autographs of Philadelphia.
Original wraps. Illustrated. £12.00
LE PRIME EDIZIONI DI QUARTO RACCONTI DI by Ugo MURSIA. 1980. Milano. Original wraps. CONRAD RICERA BIBLIOGRAFICA. Signed by the Author. £30.00
UNDER POLISH EYES - As seen by Joseph Retinger by John POMIAN. 1975.
J Conrad Society. Original wraps. £12.00
CONRAD, J & F M HUEFFER. THE NATURE OF A CRIME. 1924. Duckworth.
Very good copy. £12.00
WIT TARNAWSKI:THE MAN,THE WRITER,THE POLE. 1976. J Conrad Society.
Original wraps. Introduced by John CROMPTON. £12.00
COOK, Eliza. THE POETICAL WORKS OF ELIZA COOK. 1861. Routledge,Warne,Routledge. A new edition in one volume. Marbled end papers. Original elaborately decorated cover & spine a little worn. Aeg, port frontis.
New preface by the poet ".an earnest desire to present my work to the public
in a form & at a price that would place them within the reach of the many.” £20.00
CORVO, Frederick, BARON. (Frederick Rolfe.)
NICHOLAS CRABBE OR THE ONE & THE MANY. 1958. Chatto & Windus.
A Romance introduced by Cecil Woolf. Red cloth, gilt.
A few, very few, light foxing marks on the prelims otherwise very good. £12.00
LETTERS TO HARRY BAINBRIDGE. 1977. Enitharmon.
Edition limited to 395 copies. Introduced by M J Benkovitz. £25.00
THE DESIRE & PURSUIT OF THE WHOLE. 1934. Cassell.
Introduced by A J A Symons. 1st issue gilt on spine in dark green cloth &
name on front blank end paper. First edition in very good condition. £60.00
ABERDEEN INTERVAL. by Wilfred MEYNELL. 1975. Tragara Press.
Some Letters from Frederick W Rolfe to Wilfred Meynell.
Edition limited to 140 numbered copies. Introduced by Donald Weeks. £25.00
CORVO by Donald WEEKS. 1972. Michael Joseph. Near fine in like dw.
Illustrated. Author's signature tipped in. £12.00
NEW QUESTS FOR CORVO. 1961. Icon/Woolfe & Sewell. Original wraps.
A Collection of Essays by various hands., (P Hansford Johnson-introduction,
C Woolf & B Sewell-the editors, B Fothergill, D Lodge, G Sims, Dom S Houedard,
D Weeks, V Hall, V G White & A Zaina.) 1st Trade edition. Uncommon. £30.00
HADRIAN Vll. 2 programmes both for Peter LUKE's adaptations.
One performed in The Mermaid Theatre in 1968; the other in the Theatre Royal,
Haymarket-1969. Notes on Rolfe by V O'Sullivan, J Holden(close friend) &
Dr E G Hardy together with details of Rolfe's published works & 2 unsigned
articles on him. £8.00
CRAIK, D M. AN UNSENTIMENTAL JOURNEY THROUGH CORNWALL. 1884. Macmillan. Illustrated by C Napier Hemy. 4to. £50.00
CRAIK, Mrs. JOHN HALIFAX,GENTLEMAN. (1900) The Gresham Publishing Co.
Introduced by W K Leask. Gilt lettered fully decorated covers & spine.
Illustrated by J H Bacon. Neat name on front end paper. A very good copy. £12.00
CRASHAW, Richard. THE COMPLETE WORKS OF RICHARD CRASHAW
John Russell. Edited by William B. Turnbull Esq. £12.00
CROSLAND, T W H.
LITERARY PARABLES. 1898. Unicorn Press. Author's Second book. £30.00
FIFTY FABLES. 1899. Unicorn Press. Author's third book. Original wraps. £30.00