The Newtonian Philosophy (London, 1838), The Comical Creatures from Wurtemberg. With twenty illustrations drawn from stuffed animals contributed by Herrmann Ploucquet of Stuttgart to the Great Exhibition (London, 1851, hand-coloured plates), William Dalton's The English Boy in Japan; or, the Perils and Adventures of Mark Raffles (London, 1859), Charles Henry Bennett's Proverbs (London, 1859) and The Nine Lives of a Cat (London, 1860), Mary Godolphin's The Pilgrim's Progress in Words of One Syllable (London, 1869) and Andrew Lang's The Olive Fairy Book (London, 1907). (c.500) " /> A large quantity of children's books, mostly original publisher's cloth and illustrated including Christina Rossetti's <I>Goblin Market</I> (London, 1893, illustrated by Laurence Housman in original cloth gilt), 2 books with engraved plates by Hablot Knight Browne: <I>Morals from the Churchyard; in a series of Cheerful Fables</I> (London, 1838) and <I>The Juvenile Budget: Stories for Little Readers</I> (London, 1840), "Tom Telescope's" <I>The Newtonian Philosophy</I> (London, 1838), <I>The Comical Creatures from Wurtemberg. With twenty illustrations drawn from stuffed animals contributed by Herrmann Ploucquet of Stuttgart to the Great Exhibition</I> (London, 1851, hand-coloured plates), William Dalton's <I>The English Boy in Japan; or, the Perils and Adventures of Mark Raffles</I> (London, 1859), Charles Henry Bennett's <I>Proverbs</I> (London, 1859) and <I>The Nine Lives of a Cat</I> (London, 1860), Mary Godolphin's <I>The Pilgrim's Progress in Words of One Syllable</I> (London, 1869) and Andrew Lang's <I>The Olive Fairy Book</I> (London, 1907). (c.500) | Christie's