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A Catalogue of Books in English Later than 1700 (Vol 2 of 3) Forming a portion of the library of Robert Hoe

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A CATALOGUE OF Books in English later than 1700, forming a portion of the Library of Robert Hoe New York 1905

EX LIBRIS ROBERT HOE

VOLUME II

CATALOGUE

VOLUME II

ONE HUNDRED COPIES ONLY, INCLUDING THREE UPON IMPERIAL JAPANESE VELLUM--PRINTED BY THE UNIVERSITY PRESS, CAMBRIDGE

A Catalogue of Books in English Later than 1700

Forming a Portion of the Library of Robert Hoe

[Illustration]

VOLUME II

Privately Printed New York . 1905

THIS CATALOGUE WAS COMPILED BY CAROLYN SHIPMAN

THE CATALOGUE

HADEN, SIR FRANCIS SEYMOUR.--The Etched Work of Rembrandt critically considered. By Francis Seymour Haden, . . . 1877. 110 copies privately printed for the Author. [London, Metchim & Son] _4to, paper._

First edition. Three photogravure plates.

HADEN, SIR FRANCIS SEYMOUR.--About Etching. Part I. Notes by Mr. Seymour Haden on a collection of etchings and engravings by the great masters lent by him to the Fine Art Society to illustrate the subject of etching. Part II. An annotated catalogue of the examples exhibited of etchers and painter-engravers' work. Illustrated with An original Etching by Mr. Seymour Haden, and fifteen facsimiles of Etchings. [London] The Fine Art Society . . . 1879. _4to, half brown morocco, gilt top, uncut edges._

First edition.

HAEBLER, KONRAD.--The Early Printers of Spain and Portugal By Konrad Haebler London printed for the Bibliographical Society at the Chiswick Press March 1897 for 1896. _Royal 4to, original paper wrappers, uncut edges._

Woodcut frontispiece and thirty-three plates.

No. IV. of Illustrated Monographs issued by the Bibliographical Society.

HAFIZ.--The D[=i]v[=a]n, written in the fourteenth century, by [Persian name] Khw[=a]ja Shamsu-d-D[=i]n Muham-mad-i [H.][=a]fi[z:]-i-Sh[=i]r[=a]z[=i] otherwise known as Lis[=a]nu-l-[.Gh=]aib and Tarjum[=a]nu-l-Asr[=a]r. Translated for the first time out of the Persian into English prose, with critical and explanatory remarks, with an introductory preface, with a note on S[=u]f[=i],ism, and with a life of the author, by Lieut.-Col. H. Wilberforce Clarke, . . . [Calcutta] 1891. _4to, two volumes, cloth._

HAGGARD AND LANG.--The World's Desire by H. Rider Haggard and Andrew Lang. London: Longmans, Green, and Co. 1890. _Crown 8vo, cloth, uncut edges._


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