4 pages, 8vo, of notes in ink by Arnold relating largely to Sagas and other items corresponding to his markings in the text -- WALTON, Sir IZAAK. The Lives of Dr. John Donne [etc.]...To which is now first added, Love and Truth...With Notes, and the Life of the Author, by Thomas Zouch...Third Edition, York, 1817, vol. 1 only, slightly later brown polished calf, "Matthew Arnold" stamped in gilt on rear cover, "Honoris Causa" stamped in gilt on front, dotted gilt borders, gilt spine, sprinkled edges, spines labels worn away, other wear, engraved portraist, MATTHEW ARNOLD'S COPY, a prize book given to him while he was at school (Winchester? Rugby?), with his bookplate and pencilled markings by him on two pages. Laid in is a printed school inspection form, filled out by hand, for a school at "Buckingham Gate, James St.," for the year ending 31 October 1882, with Arnold listed as the Inspector; together 4 vols., 8vo, cloth slipcases. (6) " /> [ARNOLD, MATTHEW]. FAURIEL, CLAUDE. Histoire de la Poésie Provencale, Paris 1846, <I>3 vols., dark blue half morocco and marbled boards, gilt spines, marbled edges, by William & Norgate of London and Edinburgh, corners worn, other light wear</I>, FIRST EDITION, published posthumously with an introduction by Jules Mohl, MATTHEW ARNOLD'S COPY, with his bookplate in each volume, his pencilled annotated lists of page references on the rear endpapers of vols. 1 and 2, with his occasional pencilled marginal markings and underlinings scattered throughout, and with "April 20/82" pencilled in his hand at the conclusion of the text of vol. 1. Laid in vol.1 are <I>4 pages, 8vo,</I> of notes in ink by Arnold relating largely to Sagas and other items corresponding to his markings in the text -- WALTON, <I>Sir</I> IZAAK. The Lives of Dr. John Donne [etc.]...To which is now first added, Love and Truth...With Notes, and the Life of the Author, by Thomas Zouch...Third Edition, York, 1817, <I>vol. 1 only, slightly later brown polished calf, "Matthew Arnold" stamped in gilt on rear cover, "Honoris Causa" stamped in gilt on front, dotted gilt borders, gilt spine, sprinkled edges, spines labels worn away, other wear</I>, engraved portraist, MATTHEW ARNOLD'S COPY, a prize book given to him while he was at school (Winchester? Rugby?), with his bookplate and pencilled markings by him on two pages. Laid in is a printed school inspection form, filled out by hand, for a school at "Buckingham Gate, James St.," for the year ending 31 October 1882, with Arnold listed as the Inspector; <I>together 4 vols., 8vo, cloth slipcases.</I> (6) | Christie's