ADELER, Max (Charles H. Clark). Out of the Hurly Burly. Author’s edn.
W. Lock. [c.1885?]
400 illus. by Arthur B. Frost, &c. ‘Yellowback’, orig. printed boards. Some rubbing/darkening to boards and spine, wear to hinges, but in good condition. Library label of Kitchener House (a club for wounded sailors and soldiers) on titlepage.
AINSWORTH, William Harrison. Crichton. (New edn.)
George Routledge & Sons. (Octavo Novels Series.) [c.1880]
Front., additional engr. titlepage, plates by Hablot K. Browne. Orig. red cloth, decorated & lettered in black & gilt; sl. nick to head of spine, a little dulled. Signature of H.P. Fane on leading pastedown. A good plus copy.
AINSWORTH, William Harrison. The Flitch of Bacon: or, The Custom of Dunmow, a tale of English home. New edn.
George Routledge & Sons (Octavo Novels Series). 
Front., plates by Sir John Gilbert, 8pp cata.; pp 232-233, leaves partly untrimmed with sl. crease to upper corner. Ads on e.ps. Orig. green pebble grained cloth, decorated & lettered in black & gilt; sl. rubbed. Signature of H.P. Fane on leading pastedown.
AINSWORTH, William Harrison. The Lancashire Witches. A romance of Pendle Forest. 3rd edn.
George Routledge & Co. 1854
Front., plates by John Gilbert, 4pp ads. Orig. blue pebble grained cloth, blocked in blind, spine blocked & lettered in gilt; rebacked retaining orig. spine; sl. dulled, new e.ps. Book label of Ronald George Taylor.
AINSWORTH, William Harrison. The Spendthrift. A tale. (New edn.)
George Routledge & Sons. (Octavo Novels Series.) [c.1885]
Front., plates by Hablot K. Browne. Ads on e.ps. Orig. light brown cloth, decorated & blocked in black & gilt; front. board sl. damp marked with a small nick to top edge. Signature of H.P. Fane on leading pastedown.
FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION
AINSWORTH, William Harrison. The Star-Chamber: an historical romance. (2nd edn.)
G. Routledge & Co. 1857
Half title, front., plates by Phiz. Orig. pebble grained red cloth, spine blocked & lettered in gilt; a little dulled, later grey e.ps. Armorial bookplate of Thomas Dewhurst Lingard & his signature on half title. A good-plus copy.
AINSWORTH, William Harrison. The Tower of London. A historical romance.
Paris: A. & W. Galignani & Co. 1841
Some spotting. Contemp. half black calf, raised gilt bands, maroon morocco label; sl. rubbing to hinges.
(ANDERSEN, Hans Christian) Only a Fiddler! and O.T. or, Life in Denmark. Translated by Mary Howitt. 3 vols.
Richard Bentley. 1845
3 vols. in 1 in orig. red cloth, spine lettered in gilt, boards blocked in blind; a little dusted & rubbed, repair to leading inner hinge. Inscribed: ‘C. Chichester Hall’ on title.
ANONYMOUS. An Episode at Schmeks: a novel. By the Author of a “Flight to Florida”.
Skeffington & Son. 1895
Uncut in original dark blue cloth, front board is divided diagonally, lower half in pink moiré cloth; front board decorated and lettered in black, spine lettered in gilt. Half title.
ANONYMOUS. The Guards. A novel. FIRST EDITION. 3 vols. 12mo.
T. Clerc Smith. 1827
Spotting in prelims. Contemp. half dark blue calf; sl. surface worming on front board vol. I, red labels chipped.