London: Methuen, 1904. THREE VOLUMES. 32 color illustrations by Pugin and Rowlandson. xiv + 231pp., xiv + 239pp., 288pp., large 8vo, vellum-backed original boards; some corners damaged, heads of spines chipped, one label missing, covers lightly soiled and worn. London: Methuen & Co., 1904. Internally clean and tight, overall, a very good set.
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London: Methuen, 1904. 3 volumes. 32 color illustrations by Pugin and Rowlandson. xiv + 231; xiv + 239; 288 pages. Large 8vo, original vellum-backed pale blue boards; some corners rubbed, labels chipped, covers lightly toned. London: Methuen & Co., 1904. Internally clean and tight, overall, a very good set.
London: R. Ackermann, 1808. Beautifully illustrated with 104 brilliantly hand-colored aquatint plates after Thomas Rowlandson and A.C. Pugin [Pugin engraved the architectural details & Rowlandson the figures]. 3 volumes. Illustrated woodcut titles and engraved dedication page to the Prince of Wales in each volume. , iv, , 231; , vi, 239; , iv, 280,  pages. Large 4tos, bound in contemporary 3/4 red calf over marbled boards with gilt spines; marbled endpapers; all edges yellow. London: R. Ackermann, 1808-1810. First.....
London: Hugh Cunningham, 1841. Illustrated by John Franklin. 3 volumes. Small 8vo, contemporary half calf, marbled boards & edges, by Lupton & Dewhurst. London: Hugh Cunningham, 1841. First Edition. A handsome set of one of Ainsworth's most celebrated historical romances. Inner joint of volume I strengthened, otherwise fine.
London: Westminster Press, 1925. Slim 8vo, linen-backed blue boards, d.w. (chipped and rubbed). London: Westminster Press, 1925. Reprinted from the edition of 1636. A near fine copy with un-opened pages in a very good dust wrapper. Number 358 of 625 numbered copies. The Haslewood Books. Previous owner's bookplate.
London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1813. 212 pages. 8vo, blue cloth-backed boards; with a contemporary cancellation note ("This book was withdrawn...") in ink on front cover, although partially obscured by newer cloth backing, corners bumped, some foxing throughout. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1813. A very good copy.
London: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1920. Illustrated with 25 plates, 3 folding plans, and 13 text illus. 387pp. + ads. Thick 8vo, original gilt-stamped brown cloth with red inlay on cover, spine sunned, corners of cloth bumped, pages throughout are slightly wavy, light foxing to some margins, inner hinge strengthened. London: John Lane, 1920.
Paris: 1885. 1 page, 10.5 x 8 inches, Paris, September 7, 1885, in English, to journalist Henry Meltzer, who was in the United States waiting to be called to London for the purpose of establishing a British edition of the New York Herald, in part: "...It will hardly be possible for me to tell you definitely about your stay in London until about three weeks later. If you are to remain in London and would like to bring your family.....