London: J. Rivington and sons, 1777. Octavo hardcover in good condition. Good copy. Ex libris in pencil on first front free end paper. Bumping and shelf wear. Text age toned and foxed. Leather or leatherette cover chipped at extremities, worn to boards at corners and hinges. Boards rubbed. Spine head chipped down to binding head. Binding sturdy, but open in places. Spine is brown with five raised bands. GP consign. Privately bound collection of plays originally printed in Thomas Lowndes' [1719-1784] 10-volume "The New English Theatre" [1776/1777]. 1. "The Siege of Damascus" by John Hughes [1677-1720]. Originally written in 1720, the pages included in this collection appeared in Volume 10  of The New English Theatre. 2. "Venice Preserv'd" (1682) by Thomas Otway [1652-1685]. Extracted from Volume 6 of TNET (1776). 3. "Cato, A Tragedy" (1712) by Joseph Addison [1672 - 1719]. Extracted from Volume 10 of TNET. 4. "The Drummer; or, The Haunted House" (1716) by Addison. Extracted from Volume 7 of TNET (1776). 5. "The Spanish Fryar; or, The Double Discovery" (1681) by John Dryden [1631 - 1700]. Extracted from Volume 3 of TNET (1776).
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London: H. Hills, 1708. Early Edition. 12mo: G/no-DJ paperback: Thin brown spine with no text: Book has been rebound, not in original covers: Rebound covers have light shelfwear, 4 liquid spots in upper front corner, 2 inch long thin black mark near head of spine on front, slight bump to tail of spine, two small dots near center of front cover: Textblock is age toned, thin pages have darkened with some soiling, a few corners bumped, pages 9-17 have mildew spots that do not impact readability: 1708 printing, poem was originally published 1681: 24 pp. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera Box I.
London: printed for Jacob Tonson, at Gray’s-Inn-Gate in Gray’s-Inn-Lane; Thomas Bennet, at the Half-Moon; and Richard Wellington, at the Lute in St. Paul’s Church-Yard, 1701. First Folio Edition. Folio, , 326, 337-473, 472-480, 483-618,  pages; VG; Rebacked with early boards, label preserved. Shelf wear to boards, including rubbing and chipping to edges and corners. Boards show repairs to edges and corners. Spine slightly tanned. Archival repairs to endpapers. Text block lightly worn, with occasional minor chipping to edge and corners of pages. Vol. 1 only. Lacking pp. 327-336; complete in spite of pagination. JR Consignment; shelved Room A Oversized item(s). Will require additional postage for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller for additional information.
London: printed by R[obert]. E[veringham]. for R. Bentley in Russel-Street, near the Piazza in Covent-Garden, and J. Tonson at the Judge’s Head in Chancery-lane, 1687. Quarto, , 64 pages; VG-; Rebound in paper boards with cloth spine; Light marking to boards and spine; bumping at corners. Stamp of the Netherby Library on the title page. Text block age-toned and slightly foxed. Archival repairs to minor damage on first three leaves, as well as to p. 17 and final page. JR Consignment. Case 7.
London: printed for Jacob Tonson, within Gray’s Inn Gate next Gray’s Inn Lane, 1700. First Edition. Folio, , 271, 360-646, p. 565,  pages; VG; Rebacked and spine restained with earlier boards and label preserved. Some chipping and shelf wear to boards. End papers and text block edges age-toned. Pages slightly foxed. Two bookplates affixed to front pastedown: that of F.V.M. Madoc and that of the Urban District Council Central Public Reference Library. A purple stamp from the latter appears on the half-title page and on several pages of text. Half-title reads: Mr Dryden’s fables. In verse.; JR Consignment; shelved case 8 1/4; Oversized item(s). Will require additional postage for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller for additional information.
Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1854. First Editions Thus. small 8vos., 5 volumes; VG; 3/4 bound in light brown leather, marbled boards; spines paneled with two labels, one burgundy and one black, both with gilt lettering, other panels with gilt tooling; marbled text blocks; volume 1 has frontispiece with tissue guard; some chipping to heads of spines, primarily to volumes 1 and 2; mild wear to boards, spine; volume 1 missing small piece of one label on spine; bookplates on front pastedowns of all volumes, dated 1867; shelved above native american studies.
London: printed by J[ohn]. M[acock]. for Henry Herringman, at the sign of the Anchor, on the lower walk of the New-Exchange, 1679. Third edition. Quarto, , 57,  pages VG; Quarter bound in leather with marbled paper boards; G+; Leather of spine is chipped with cracking at joints, loss at head and foot. Surfaces of boards rubbed; corners of boards significantly rubbed. Text block age-toned and foxed with scattered small stains. JR Consignment. Case7.
London: printed for Richard Tonson and Jacob Tonson, at Grays-inn-gate, in Grays-inn-lane, and at the Judge’s Head, in Chancery-lane, 1681. Quarto, , 83,  pages; VG-; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style diced calf; spine lightly tanned. Archival repairs to title page and next-to-last leaf in volume; original final leaf is absent with a modern reprint taking its place. Closed tear to lower edge of A2 (first page of dedication). Top margin significantly trimmed, in many cases cutting through the title and page number at the top of the page. Text block age-toned and foxed. JR Consignment. Case 7.
London: printed by T[homas]. N[ewcomb]. for H. Herringman, at the Anchor in the lower walk of the New Exchange, 1677. Quarto, , 45,  pages.; VG-; Bound in later 3/4 calf, cloth covered boards, rebacked with spine preserved. Mild shelfwear. Frank J Hogan bookplate to front pastedown. Lacking Dryden's preface, being pages i-xx. Mild toning and soiling to pages. JR Consignment. Case 7.
London: Jacob Tonson, 1701. First edition. Thick, tall quarto rebound in light brown leather; VG; six-bands embossed spine with heavy gilt and gold letters; high quality rebound; minimal soiling; slight fraying on bottom spine; blue moire end pages; gilt edges; previous owner's name on first title page; original paper in good condition; each book has a dedication page; rare and in good condition; please contact us for shipping costs. Shelved Rockville (Sally's room).
New York: Russell & Russell, 1967. Reprint Editon. Quarto; VG-; hardcover; bound in grey cloth, gilt lettering; boards strong, some shelfwear, general edgewear, rubbing on fore corners and spine edges, small closed tear on spine head edge, sticker on spine, spine sun toned, ex-library stamp on rear end paper; text block age toned, ex-library stamp on title page, last blank cut out, stamp on exterior head edge, some soiling around exterior edges; 722pp.
London: Printed for R. Bentley and M. Magnes, 1690. Octavo; G; Hardcover; Spine, black with gold print; Later binding with boards in plain brown paper, leather spine missing spine caps and chipping in center, boards have peripheral toning, but are clean and strong; Text block has mild tanning to endpapers, age-toned paper, else clean and tight; 65 pages.
London: Cornmarket Press, 1969. Octavo; G+/G; Hardcover with DJ; DJ spine, orange with faded white print; DJ in mylar, toning to spine, slight edgewear, else clean and bright; Boards in red cloth with gold print, slight wear to spine caps else clean and strong; Text block has name in ink on front flyleaf, else clean and tight; Facsimile of edition published by Abel Swall, London, 1679; 69 pages.
London: Printed at the Stanhope Press by C. Whittingham; for John Sharpe... 1813. 12mo., 3 volumes; VG; bound in full polished calf, elaborate gilt border to boards, paneled spines with gilt tooling, black morocco label with gilt titling; mild wear and rubbing; marbled text block, endpapers; title page and engraved frontispiece to each volume; shelved case 0.
Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 1979. Octavo; pp 530; Good; blue spine with gilt text to black block; no jacket; this volume only; cloth shows mild sunning to exterior; lightly rubbed edges; strong boards; text has slight wear to exterior edges, due to handling; ex-library with few markings inside; previous owner's name to ffep; frontispiece; illustrated;.
Sold by William and John Innys, 1725. thin 8vo.; VG; paperback, green spine, wrapped with green paper; housed in plastic sleeve; covers worn; minor bumping to corners of text; 'Virgil's husbandry written in ink on reverse of frontispiece; contains the following: Title page and frontispiece; The Preface, xv; Notes, unpaginated [15pp]; Virgil's Husbandry, frontispiece, 50pp.; GP consignment; shelved case 4.