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Boston: John Folsom, 1794. 227pp. 12mo, disbound; (last page loose and chipped with some loss of text, light foxing). Boston: John Folsom, 1794. First American Edition. "Both Swift and Pope ascribe this (work) to Arbuthnot...It is an ingenious and lively attack upon the war policy of the whigs; and, if it wants the force of Swift's profounder satire, it is an admirably effective and still amusing party squib." DNB I, p. 535. Evans 26574.
London: Privately Printed, 1817. 3 volumes. Small slim 8vo, attractively bound in older 3/4 polished burgundy calf over marbled boards; gilt spines with green leather labels (lightly worn), t.e.g. London: Privately Printed for the author, 1817. First edition. A very good(+) copy of this exceedingly scarce title.
London: Heinemann, 1947. Color frontispiece with tissue guard. 252 pages, slim small 8vo, 3/4 orange calf (spine slightly toned, very light rubbing of extremities) over marbled boards, decoratively gilt stamped spine with raised bands, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers. London: Heinemann, 1947. A near fine copy.
London: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1911. With an Introductory Essay on Pictorial Satire as a Factor in Napoleonic History by J. Holland Rose. With Nearly 250 Illustrations, 24 in color. 2 volumes. Thick 8vo, gilt decorated orange cloth, spines sunned and a bit dust-soiled. London, 1911. Very good. Volume I deals with English caricatures, containing the work of Gillray, Rowlandson, Cruikshank, etc. Volume II is devoted to European caricatures, including sections on French, Italian, Spanish, Scandinavian, German, and Russian.....
London: Sam Briscoe, 1720. With Mr. Brown's Legacy for the Ladies, or Characters of the Women of the Age...Engraved frontispiece, title in red and black, woodcut decorations on chapter headings, 340pp., thick 12mo, rebound in full maroon calf, gilt-stamped raised bands; (corners a bit rubbed, ex-libris label on fly-leaf). London: Sam Briscoe, 1720. Very good (+).
New York: George H. Doran Company, 1927. 2 volumes, large 8vos, vellum spines and tips (vellum a bit dust soiled), faux parchment boards, top edges gilt, housed in tan cloth slipcase. New York: George H. Doran Company, 1927. A very good(+) set. Limited edition; number 246 of 500 copies. The first edition in an all English text.
London: David Nutt, 1896. 4 volumes, translated by Thomas Shelton and an introduction by James Fitzmaurice-Kelly. Rubricated title, unopened, untrimmed. Tall 8vo, handsomely rebound in 1/2 white vellum with black spine labels. London: David Nutt, 1896. A fine set. One of only 18 copies printed on Japanese paper.
London: Bogue, 1848. Edited by Horace Mayhew. With numerous and humorous black & white illustrations, full page and illustrations throughout the text, one folding, by George Cruikshank. 96 pages, 16 mo, 3/4 burgundy morocco heavily gilt spine, marbled boards, rubbed, t.e.g. London: David Bogue, 1848. Very good (+) clean copy.
Leiden: Jacob Marcus, 1627. 2 parts in one with continuous pagination. 282 pages. 32mo, bound in contemporary vellum. Lugduni Batavorum: Ex officina Iacobi Marci, 1627. Editio sexta. A very good clean copy. The Julian has separate half-title "D. Iuliani Imperatoris Cæsares, sive Satyra in Romanos Imperatores. Interprete Petro Cunæo. In limine est eiusdem Præfatio in Iulianum."