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Catalogue of valuable printed books and a few manuscripts, autograph letters & historical documents, etc. : comprising a good copy of Milton's Lycidas, 1638 ; a set of the Atlantic Neptune ; and a very fine copy of the first Aldine Aristotle, 1495, with other choice Aldines, from the library at Castle Howard, Yorkshire, the property of the Honble. Geoffrey Howard ; a first edition of Evelina, 1778, and the well-known "Queen Elizabeth's bible," in a contemporary needlework binding ; from the collections of the Duchess of Portand and of the duke of Sussex, the property of A.E.Y. Trestrail, Esq., D.S.O., M.A. ; presentation copies of works by Sir J. Barrie and G. Bernard Shaw, including the property of Mrs. Violet Vanbrugh Bourchier ; and of the Edinburgh Burns, 1787, the property of the late A. Douglas Ainslie, Esq., Delgaty Castle, Aberdeenshire ; Eliot's Algonquin bible, 1685-80 ; Goldsmith, The vicat, 1766, and The good natur'd man, 1768 ; illuminated manuscripts ; maps and atlases ; fine bindings, etc. The autograph letters include fine letters of Robert Burns, the property of Robert Burns, Esq. ; of P.B. Shelley, the property of Mrs. E. Walton ; of Thomas Carlyle, the property of Daniel Gorrie, Esq. ; of George Gissing, Charles Lamb, and others ; interesting musical manuscripts and letters and documents connected with American history, and of the French revolutionary and Napoleonic periods ; autograph mss. of Sir J. Barrie, including that of Walker, London ; and the auto. ms. of two stanzas of Keats' poem "Isabella," the property of the late very Revd. G.W. Kitchin, F.S.A ... Which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby & Co. ... on Monday, the 28th of July, 1930, and two following days.

Author: Sotheby & Co. (London, England)
Publisher: London : J. Davy & Sons, Ltd., 8-9 Frith street, W.1., 1930.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Named Person: Geoffrey Howard; A G Y Trestrail; Violet Vanbrugh; A Douglas Ainslie; Robert Burns; E Walton, Mrs.; Daniel Gorrie; G W Kitchin; T Willis Chitty, Sir.; Richard Morland Tollemache Westbury, Baron
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sotheby & Co. (London, England)
OCLC Number: 643527189
Notes: 688 lots.
Sale code: Lucullus.
Event notes: Place of sale: London.
Date of sale: July 28-30, 1930.
Description: 115 pages, 10 leaves of plates : facsimiles ; 25 cm

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