London: John Murray, 1909. 4o. Quarter brown morocco, dark red paper sides. Provenance: Earl Cawdor (name printed in red); Louis Raddon (bookplate). Presented to the club by the Duke of Portland. Dobson 153. -- JAMES II, King of England. Papers of Devotion of James II, Being a Reproduction of the Ms. in the Handwriting of James the Second Now in the Possession of Mr. B.R. Townley Balfour. Introduction by Godfrey Davis. Oxford: Printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club, 1925. 4o. Half maroon morocco, dark red pebble cloth sides, in brown cloth case. Presented to the club by the Earl of Derby. Dobson 181. -- Elton Manorial Records 1279-1351. Transcribed and edited by S.C. Ratcliff, with a translation by D.M. Gregory, and a preface by Granville Proby. Cambridge: Privately printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club [colophon: Cambridge: Printed at the Unviersity Press], 1946. 2o. Half maroon morocco, dark red cloth sides. Provenance: S.C. Ratcliff (presentation by Granville Proby, Elton Hall, Peterborough, bookplate, obituaries of Proby tipped to front flyleaf). Presented to the club by Granville Proby, Esq. Dobson 208. -- The Voyage of Sir Nicholas Carewe to the Emperor Charles V in the Year 1529. Edited with introduction and notes by R.J. Knecht. Cambridge: Printed for the Roxburghe Club at the University Press, 1959. 4o. Quarter red morocco, cloth boards. Provenance: John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Dobson 225 ("Printed for the Club"). -- Letters of David Garrick and Georgiana Countess Spencer 1759-1779. Edited by Earl Spencer and Christopher Dobson. Cambridge: Printed for presentation to members of the Roxburghe Club, 1960. 4o. Quarter red morocco, dark red cloth boards. Provenance: John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Presented to the club by Earl Spencer. Dobson 226. -- Some Woodcuts by Hans Burgkmair. Printed as an appendix to the fourth part of "Le Relationi Vniversali" di Giovanni Botero, 1618. With an introduction by Walter Oakeshott. Oxford: Printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club, 1960. 8o. Quarter brown morocco, red gilt-stamped cloth boards. Provenance: John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Presented to the club by Dr. Walter Oakeshott. Dobson 227. -- BACKHOUSE, Janet. John Scottowe's Alphabet Books. Printed for the Roxburghe Club at the Scolar Press, 1974. 2o. Quarter red morocco, cloth boards. Provenance: John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Dobson 236 ("Printed for the Club"). -- BARKER, Nicolas. Bibliotheca Lindesiana. The Lives and Collections of Alexander William, 25th Earl of Crawford and 8th Earl of Balcarres, and James Ludovic, 26th Earl of Crawford and 9th Earl of Balcarres. London: Printed for presentation to members of the Roxburghe Club, and published by Bernard Quaritch, 1977. 4o. Blue cloth boards. Presented to the club by the Earls of Crawford and Balcarres. Dobson 239. -- DREYFUS, John. Aspects of French Eighteenth Century Typography: A Study of Type Specimens in the Broxbourne Collection at Cambridge University Library. With a handlist compiled by David McKitterick. Cambridge: Printed for Presentation to the Members of the Roxburghe Club, 1982. 4o. Quarter red morocco, red cloth sides. Provenance: Sir Walter Oakeshott (name printed in red). Prospectus laid-in. Presented to the club by John Ehrman, Esq. Dobson 246. -- Syon Abbey. The Library of the Bridgettine Nuns and Their Peregrinations after the Reformation. An Essay by Christopher de Hamel. With the Manuscript at Arundel Castle. [Otley]: Printed for the Roxburghe Club, 1991. 4o. Quarter blue morocco, blue cloth boards. No. 53 of 200 copies. "Printed for the Club." -- FREZZI, Federico. Il Quadriregio. With an essay by B.H. Breslauer. London: The Roxburghe Club, 1998. 4o. Quarter brown morocco spine, cloth sides. Presented to the club by the Earl of Crawford. (13) " /> HERD, John. <I>Historia quatuor regum Angliae, heroico carmine conclusa, authore Johanne Herdo medico</I>. London: In Usum Societatis Roxburgensis; E typographeo J.E. Nichols et filiorum, 1868. 4<V>o. Quarter brown morocco, red paper sides, unopened. Presented to the club by Simon Watson Taylor, Esq. Dobson 89. -- <I>The Epistle of Othea to Hector, or, The Boke of Knyghthode. Translated from the French of Christine de Pisan, with a Dedication to Sir John Fastoff, K.G., by Stephen Scrope, Esquire</I>. Edited from a manuscript in the library of the Marquis of Bath, by George F. Warner. London: J.B. Nichols and Sons [Printed for the Roxburghe Club], 1904. 4<V>o. Quarter brown roan, dark red paper boards. Presented to the club by the Marquess of Bath. Dobson 141. -- <I>Letters Written by Charles Lamb's "Princely Woman, the Thrice Noble Margaret Newcastle" to Her Husband; by His "Fine Old Whig" William Plumer to the Third Duke of Portland and Lord William Bentinck; also by His "Old Bencher" Samuel Salt. From the Originals at Welbeck Abbey. Together with a reprint of a rare pamphlet, entitled "Considirations sur l'itat actuel de la France au mois de juin 1815; par un anglais" [i.e. F.A. Elia].</I> London: John Murray, 1909. 4<V>o. Quarter brown morocco, dark red paper sides. <I>Provenance:</I> Earl Cawdor (name printed in red); Louis Raddon (bookplate). Presented to the club by the Duke of Portland. Dobson 153. -- JAMES II, King of England. <I>Papers of Devotion of James II, Being a Reproduction of the Ms. in the Handwriting of James the Second Now in the Possession of Mr. B.R. Townley Balfour</I>. Introduction by Godfrey Davis. Oxford: Printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club, 1925. 4<V>o. Half maroon morocco, dark red pebble cloth sides, in brown cloth case. Presented to the club by the Earl of Derby. Dobson 181. -- <I>Elton Manorial Records 1279-1351. Transcribed and edited by S.C. Ratcliff, with a translation by D.M. Gregory, and a preface by Granville Proby</I>. Cambridge: Privately printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club [colophon: Cambridge: Printed at the Unviersity Press], 1946. 2<V>o. Half maroon morocco, dark red cloth sides. <I>Provenance:</I> S.C. Ratcliff (presentation by Granville Proby, Elton Hall, Peterborough, bookplate, obituaries of Proby tipped to front flyleaf). Presented to the club by Granville Proby, Esq. Dobson 208. -- <I>The Voyage of Sir Nicholas Carewe to the Emperor Charles V in the Year 1529.</I> Edited with introduction and notes by R.J. Knecht. Cambridge: Printed for the Roxburghe Club at the University Press, 1959. 4<V>o. Quarter red morocco, cloth boards. <I>Provenance:</I> John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Dobson 225 ("Printed for the Club"). -- <I>Letters of David Garrick and Georgiana Countess Spencer 1759-1779.</I> Edited by Earl Spencer and Christopher Dobson. Cambridge: Printed for presentation to members of the Roxburghe Club, 1960. 4<V>o. Quarter red morocco, dark red cloth boards. <I>Provenance:</I> John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Presented to the club by Earl Spencer. Dobson 226. -- <I>Some Woodcuts by Hans Burgkmair. Printed as an appendix to the fourth part of "Le Relationi Vniversali" di Giovanni Botero, 1618</I>. With an introduction by Walter Oakeshott. Oxford: Printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club, 1960. 8<V>o. Quarter brown morocco, red gilt-stamped cloth boards. <I>Provenance:</I> John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Presented to the club by Dr. Walter Oakeshott. Dobson 227. -- BACKHOUSE, Janet. <I>John Scottowe's Alphabet Books</I>. Printed for the Roxburghe Club at the Scolar Press, 1974. 2<V>o. Quarter red morocco, cloth boards. <I>Provenance:</I> John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Dobson 236 ("Printed for the Club"). -- BARKER, Nicolas. <I>Bibliotheca Lindesiana. The Lives and Collections of Alexander William, 25th Earl of Crawford and 8th Earl of Balcarres, and James Ludovic, 26th Earl of Crawford and 9th Earl of Balcarres</I>. London: Printed for presentation to members of the Roxburghe Club, and published by Bernard Quaritch, 1977. 4<V>o. Blue cloth boards. Presented to the club by the Earls of Crawford and Balcarres. Dobson 239. -- DREYFUS, John. <I>Aspects of French Eighteenth Century Typography: A Study of Type Specimens in the Broxbourne Collection at Cambridge University Library</I>. With a handlist compiled by David McKitterick. Cambridge: Printed for Presentation to the Members of the Roxburghe Club, 1982. 4<V>o. Quarter red morocco, red cloth sides. <I>Provenance:</I> Sir Walter Oakeshott (name printed in red). Prospectus laid-in. Presented to the club by John Ehrman, Esq. Dobson 246. -- <I>Syon Abbey. The Library of the Bridgettine Nuns and Their Peregrinations after the Reformation. An Essay by Christopher de Hamel. With the Manuscript at Arundel Castle</I>. [Otley]: Printed for the Roxburghe Club, 1991. 4<V>o. Quarter blue morocco, blue cloth boards. No. 53 of 200 copies. "Printed for the Club." -- FREZZI, Federico. <I>Il Quadriregio</I>. With an essay by B.H. Breslauer. London: The Roxburghe Club, 1998. 4<V>o. Quarter brown morocco spine, cloth sides. Presented to the club by the Earl of Crawford. (13) | Christie's
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    HERD, John. Historia quatuor regum Angliae, heroico carmine conclusa, authore Johanne Herdo medico. London: In Usum Societatis Roxburgensis; E typographeo J.E. Nichols et filiorum, 1868. 4o. Quarter brown morocco, red paper sides, unopened. Presented to the club by Simon Watson Taylor, Esq. Dobson 89. -- The Epistle of Othea to Hector, or, The Boke of Knyghthode. Translated from the French of Christine de Pisan, with a Dedication to Sir John Fastoff, K.G., by Stephen Scrope, Esquire. Edited from a manuscript in the library of the Marquis of Bath, by George F. Warner. London: J.B. Nichols and Sons [Printed for the Roxburghe Club], 1904. 4o. Quarter brown roan, dark red paper boards. Presented to the club by the Marquess of Bath. Dobson 141. -- Letters Written by Charles Lamb's "Princely Woman, the Thrice Noble Margaret Newcastle" to Her Husband; by His "Fine Old Whig" William Plumer to the Third Duke of Portland and Lord William Bentinck; also by His "Old Bencher" Samuel Salt. From the Originals at Welbeck Abbey. Together with a reprint of a rare pamphlet, entitled "Considirations sur l'itat actuel de la France au mois de juin 1815; par un anglais" [i.e. F.A. Elia]. London: John Murray, 1909. 4o. Quarter brown morocco, dark red paper sides. Provenance: Earl Cawdor (name printed in red); Louis Raddon (bookplate). Presented to the club by the Duke of Portland. Dobson 153. -- JAMES II, King of England. Papers of Devotion of James II, Being a Reproduction of the Ms. in the Handwriting of James the Second Now in the Possession of Mr. B.R. Townley Balfour. Introduction by Godfrey Davis. Oxford: Printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club, 1925. 4o. Half maroon morocco, dark red pebble cloth sides, in brown cloth case. Presented to the club by the Earl of Derby. Dobson 181. -- Elton Manorial Records 1279-1351. Transcribed and edited by S.C. Ratcliff, with a translation by D.M. Gregory, and a preface by Granville Proby. Cambridge: Privately printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club [colophon: Cambridge: Printed at the Unviersity Press], 1946. 2o. Half maroon morocco, dark red cloth sides. Provenance: S.C. Ratcliff (presentation by Granville Proby, Elton Hall, Peterborough, bookplate, obituaries of Proby tipped to front flyleaf). Presented to the club by Granville Proby, Esq. Dobson 208. -- The Voyage of Sir Nicholas Carewe to the Emperor Charles V in the Year 1529. Edited with introduction and notes by R.J. Knecht. Cambridge: Printed for the Roxburghe Club at the University Press, 1959. 4o. Quarter red morocco, cloth boards. Provenance: John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Dobson 225 ("Printed for the Club"). -- Letters of David Garrick and Georgiana Countess Spencer 1759-1779. Edited by Earl Spencer and Christopher Dobson. Cambridge: Printed for presentation to members of the Roxburghe Club, 1960. 4o. Quarter red morocco, dark red cloth boards. Provenance: John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Presented to the club by Earl Spencer. Dobson 226. -- Some Woodcuts by Hans Burgkmair. Printed as an appendix to the fourth part of "Le Relationi Vniversali" di Giovanni Botero, 1618. With an introduction by Walter Oakeshott. Oxford: Printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club, 1960. 8o. Quarter brown morocco, red gilt-stamped cloth boards. Provenance: John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Presented to the club by Dr. Walter Oakeshott. Dobson 227. -- BACKHOUSE, Janet. John Scottowe's Alphabet Books. Printed for the Roxburghe Club at the Scolar Press, 1974. 2o. Quarter red morocco, cloth boards. Provenance: John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Dobson 236 ("Printed for the Club"). -- BARKER, Nicolas. Bibliotheca Lindesiana. The Lives and Collections of Alexander William, 25th Earl of Crawford and 8th Earl of Balcarres, and James Ludovic, 26th Earl of Crawford and 9th Earl of Balcarres. London: Printed for presentation to members of the Roxburghe Club, and published by Bernard Quaritch, 1977. 4o. Blue cloth boards. Presented to the club by the Earls of Crawford and Balcarres. Dobson 239. -- DREYFUS, John. Aspects of French Eighteenth Century Typography: A Study of Type Specimens in the Broxbourne Collection at Cambridge University Library. With a handlist compiled by David McKitterick. Cambridge: Printed for Presentation to the Members of the Roxburghe Club, 1982. 4o. Quarter red morocco, red cloth sides. Provenance: Sir Walter Oakeshott (name printed in red). Prospectus laid-in. Presented to the club by John Ehrman, Esq. Dobson 246. -- Syon Abbey. The Library of the Bridgettine Nuns and Their Peregrinations after the Reformation. An Essay by Christopher de Hamel. With the Manuscript at Arundel Castle. [Otley]: Printed for the Roxburghe Club, 1991. 4o. Quarter blue morocco, blue cloth boards. No. 53 of 200 copies. "Printed for the Club." -- FREZZI, Federico. Il Quadriregio. With an essay by B.H. Breslauer. London: The Roxburghe Club, 1998. 4o. Quarter brown morocco spine, cloth sides. Presented to the club by the Earl of Crawford. (13)

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    HERD, John. Historia quatuor regum Angliae, heroico carmine conclusa, authore Johanne Herdo medico. London: In Usum Societatis Roxburgensis; E typographeo J.E. Nichols et filiorum, 1868. 4o. Quarter brown morocco, red paper sides, unopened. Presented to the club by Simon Watson Taylor, Esq. Dobson 89. -- The Epistle of Othea to Hector, or, The Boke of Knyghthode. Translated from the French of Christine de Pisan, with a Dedication to Sir John Fastoff, K.G., by Stephen Scrope, Esquire. Edited from a manuscript in the library of the Marquis of Bath, by George F. Warner. London: J.B. Nichols and Sons [Printed for the Roxburghe Club], 1904. 4o. Quarter brown roan, dark red paper boards. Presented to the club by the Marquess of Bath. Dobson 141. -- Letters Written by Charles Lamb's "Princely Woman, the Thrice Noble Margaret Newcastle" to Her Husband; by His "Fine Old Whig" William Plumer to the Third Duke of Portland and Lord William Bentinck; also by His "Old Bencher" Samuel Salt. From the Originals at Welbeck Abbey. Together with a reprint of a rare pamphlet, entitled "Considirations sur l'itat actuel de la France au mois de juin 1815; par un anglais" [i.e. F.A. Elia]. London: John Murray, 1909. 4o. Quarter brown morocco, dark red paper sides. Provenance: Earl Cawdor (name printed in red); Louis Raddon (bookplate). Presented to the club by the Duke of Portland. Dobson 153. -- JAMES II, King of England. Papers of Devotion of James II, Being a Reproduction of the Ms. in the Handwriting of James the Second Now in the Possession of Mr. B.R. Townley Balfour. Introduction by Godfrey Davis. Oxford: Printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club, 1925. 4o. Half maroon morocco, dark red pebble cloth sides, in brown cloth case. Presented to the club by the Earl of Derby. Dobson 181. -- Elton Manorial Records 1279-1351. Transcribed and edited by S.C. Ratcliff, with a translation by D.M. Gregory, and a preface by Granville Proby. Cambridge: Privately printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club [colophon: Cambridge: Printed at the Unviersity Press], 1946. 2o. Half maroon morocco, dark red cloth sides. Provenance: S.C. Ratcliff (presentation by Granville Proby, Elton Hall, Peterborough, bookplate, obituaries of Proby tipped to front flyleaf). Presented to the club by Granville Proby, Esq. Dobson 208. -- The Voyage of Sir Nicholas Carewe to the Emperor Charles V in the Year 1529. Edited with introduction and notes by R.J. Knecht. Cambridge: Printed for the Roxburghe Club at the University Press, 1959. 4o. Quarter red morocco, cloth boards. Provenance: John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Dobson 225 ("Printed for the Club"). -- Letters of David Garrick and Georgiana Countess Spencer 1759-1779. Edited by Earl Spencer and Christopher Dobson. Cambridge: Printed for presentation to members of the Roxburghe Club, 1960. 4o. Quarter red morocco, dark red cloth boards. Provenance: John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Presented to the club by Earl Spencer. Dobson 226. -- Some Woodcuts by Hans Burgkmair. Printed as an appendix to the fourth part of "Le Relationi Vniversali" di Giovanni Botero, 1618. With an introduction by Walter Oakeshott. Oxford: Printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club, 1960. 8o. Quarter brown morocco, red gilt-stamped cloth boards. Provenance: John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Presented to the club by Dr. Walter Oakeshott. Dobson 227. -- BACKHOUSE, Janet. John Scottowe's Alphabet Books. Printed for the Roxburghe Club at the Scolar Press, 1974. 2o. Quarter red morocco, cloth boards. Provenance: John Sparrow (name printed in red, bookplate). Dobson 236 ("Printed for the Club"). -- BARKER, Nicolas. Bibliotheca Lindesiana. The Lives and Collections of Alexander William, 25th Earl of Crawford and 8th Earl of Balcarres, and James Ludovic, 26th Earl of Crawford and 9th Earl of Balcarres. London: Printed for presentation to members of the Roxburghe Club, and published by Bernard Quaritch, 1977. 4o. Blue cloth boards. Presented to the club by the Earls of Crawford and Balcarres. Dobson 239. -- DREYFUS, John. Aspects of French Eighteenth Century Typography: A Study of Type Specimens in the Broxbourne Collection at Cambridge University Library. With a handlist compiled by David McKitterick. Cambridge: Printed for Presentation to the Members of the Roxburghe Club, 1982. 4o. Quarter red morocco, red cloth sides. Provenance: Sir Walter Oakeshott (name printed in red). Prospectus laid-in. Presented to the club by John Ehrman, Esq. Dobson 246. -- Syon Abbey. The Library of the Bridgettine Nuns and Their Peregrinations after the Reformation. An Essay by Christopher de Hamel. With the Manuscript at Arundel Castle. [Otley]: Printed for the Roxburghe Club, 1991. 4o. Quarter blue morocco, blue cloth boards. No. 53 of 200 copies. "Printed for the Club." -- FREZZI, Federico. Il Quadriregio. With an essay by B.H. Breslauer. London: The Roxburghe Club, 1998. 4o. Quarter brown morocco spine, cloth sides. Presented to the club by the Earl of Crawford. (13)


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