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CATALOGUE

OF

THE LIBRARY

REMOVED FROM

STOWE HOUSE,

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.

WHICH WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

BY MESSRS.

S. LEIGH SOTHEBY & CO.

AUCTIONEERS OP LITERARY PROPERTY AND WORKS ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE FINE ARTS

AT THEIR HOUSE, 3, WELLINGTON STREET, STRAND,
On MONDAY, 8th JANUARY, 1849, & Eleven following Days,

(SUNDAY EXCEPTED) AND
On MONDAY, 29th JANUARY, 1849, & Eleven following Days,

(SUNDAY EXCEPTED),
AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY EACH DAY.

Catalogues may be had of Messrs. Lightfoot, ROBSON & LIGHTFOOT, 26, Castle
Street, Leicester Square; Messrs. CURRIE, WOODGATE & WILLIAMS, 32, Lincoln's
Inn Fields; Messrs. BARKER & BOWKER, 1, Gray's Inn Square; Messrs. NORRIS

and Son, 2, Bedford Row; and at the place of Sale.

J. Davy & Soxs, Printers, 137, Long Acre.

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CONDITIONS OF SALE.

1. The highest Bidder to be the Buyer ; and if any Dispute arise

between two or more Bidders; the Lot so disputed shall be

immediately put up again. II. No person to advance less than 6d.-above Ten Shillings, 18.

above Five Pounds 2s. 6d.-and so on in proportion. SII. The Purchasers to give in their Names and Places of Abode

and to pay down 108. 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 Expence, imme

diately after the conclusion of the Sale; in default of which, Messrs. S. Leigh Sotheby & Co. will not hold themselves responsible if lost, stolen, damaged or otherwise destroyed, but they will be left at the sole risk of the Purchaser. İf at the expiration of One Week after the conclusion of the Sale, the Lots 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 they were bought. Messrs. S. Leigh Sotheby & Co. will have the option of re-selling the Lots uncleared either by public or private sale, without any

notice being given to the defaulter. V• The Books are presumed to be perfect, unless otherwise ex.

pressed; but if, upon collating, any should prove defective, the Purchaser will be at liberty to take or reject them, provided they are returned within One 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. All the Manuscripts, all Magazines and Reviews, and all Books not named in the Lots, will be sold with all Faults, Imperfections,

and Errors of Description. 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. VIII. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery, and inconvenience in the

settlement of the purchases, no lot can on any account be removed during the time of sale; and the money must absolutely be paid

on the delivery. IX. Upon failure of complying with the above conditions, the

money required or deposited in part of payment shall be forfeited ; and if any loss is sustained in the re-selling of such lots as are not cleared or paid for, all charges on such resale shall be made good by the defaulter at this sale.

Gentlemen who cannot attend the Sale, may have their Commissions faithfully executed by their obedieni Servants, S. LEICH SOTHEBY & JOHN WILKINSON,

Wellington Street, Strand.

Librarian So theran 1-4-2+ 9250

INDEX OF SALE.

First Day
Second Day
THIRD DAY
Fourth DAY
Fifth Day ...
Sixth Day
Seventh Day........
Eighth Day
Ninth Day .........
Tenth Day.....
Eleventh Day
Twelfth DAY

Monday, January 8
Tuesday, January 9
Wednesday, January 10
Thursday, January 11
Friday, January 12
Saturday, January 13
Monday,

January 15
Tuesday, January 16
Wednesday, January 17
Thursday, January 18
Friday, January 19
Saturday, January 20

THIRTEENTH DAY

Monday, January 29 FOURTEENTH DAY

Tuesday,

January 30 Fifteenth Day ....... Wednesday, January 31 Sixteenth Day

Thursday, February 1 Seventeenth Day...... Friday, February 2 Eighteenth Day

Saturday, February 3 NINETeenth Day

Monday, February 5 TWENTIETH DAY

Tuesday, February 6 TWENTY-First Day

Wednesday, February 7 TWENTY-SECOND DAY......... Thursday, February 8 TWENTY-THIRD DAY

Friday, February 9 TWENTY-FOURTH DAY Saturday, February 10

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1 ABINGDON (T.) Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Winchester, plates

1728 2 Abu Taleb Khan (Mirza) Travels in Asia, Africa, and Europe,

in 1799–1803, by C. Stewart, portrait, 2 vol. 1810 3 Accords (Seigneur des) Bigarrures et Touches, avec les Apop

thegmes du Sieur Gaulard, scarce, calf gilt Rouen, 1616 4 Accum (Fr.) System of Theoretical and Practical Chemistry,

plates, 2 vol. 1807—Henry (Wm.) Elements of Experimental Chemistry, plates, 1810

4 vol. 5 Adam (J.) Essays on Agriculture, 2 vol. 1789-Bradley on Husbandry, plates, 3 vol. 1726, and 10 on Agriculture

15 vol. 6 Adams (G.) Geometrical Essays, by W. Jones, plates, 2 vol.

1803—Adams, Astronomical Essays, plates, 1790 3 vol. 7 Adams (G.) Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy, by Jones, plates, 5 vol.

1799 8 Adamson (H.) The Muses Threnodie, or Mirthful Mournings on the death of Mr. Gall, edited by Jas. Cant. map, 2 vol.

Perth, 1774 9 Adamson (John) Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Luis de

Camoens, portraits, proof impressions, 2 vol.

LARGE PAPER, very few printed, PRESENTATION COPY 1820 10 Adelaide, 3 vol. 1833- Adventures of a Young Rifleman, 1826

- Adventures of a French Serjeant, 1826, &c. 6 vol. 11 Addison (Jos.) Remarks on Italy

1705 B

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