AINSWORTH, William Harrison. Cardinal Pole: or, The Days of Philip and Mary. An historical romance. FIRST EDITION. 3 vols.
Chapman & Hall. 1863
Half titles. Original bright green sand-grained cloth, boards blocked in blind, spines with rules in blind at head and tail; title & author reversed out of gilt. Slight marking to front board vol. III, otherwise FINE & bright. Ownership inscriptions on titles of Charlotte Forster, Sept. 23 1865, and also by another Forster in vol. I. Bookplates of J. Steele, Coldstream Guards (almost a guarantee of fine & bright original cloth), in this case over W.H. Smith Library labels on leading pastedowns.
HISTORY OF WOMEN
ALEXANDER, William. The History of Women, from the earliest antiquity to the present time; giving some account of almost every interesting particular concerning that sex, among all nations, ancient and modern. 3rd edn, with many alterations and corrections. 2 vols.
C. Dilly. 1782
Bound with errata leaves; small marginal tear p.187/188 vol II without loss, some sl. marginal damp staining. Contemp. full calf, rebacked, maroon labels. A v.g. clean copy.
KAY NIELSEN ILLUSTRATIONS
ANDERSEN, Hans Christian. Fairy Tales. Illustrated by Kay Nielsen. Edition de Luxe. 4to.
Hodder & Stoughton. 
Edition leaf, colour front. + 11 further colour plates, additional engr. titlepage, illus. Full contemp. vellum, elaborately & pictorially blocked in gilt. A superb copy of a beautiful book.
A GENERAL OFFICER TO HIS SON
(ANGLESY, D. d', Baron) The Military Mentor. Being a Series of Letters recently written by a General Officer to his Son, on his entering the Army: comprising a course of elegant instruction, calculated to unite the characters and accomplishments of the gentleman and the soldier. Fifth edition. 2 vols.
Printed for Richard Phillips. 1809
viii, 307, p; , 293, pp ads. 12mo. Some sl. foxing, but generally a very clean copy; one gathering a little loose. Contemporary half calf, double gilt banded spines, marbled boards, edges & e.ps.
PATIENCE! AND SHUFFLE THE CARDS
ANONYMOUS. A Modest Defence of Gaming.
Printed for R. & J. Dodsley. And sold by M. Cooper. 1754
41, pp.; 8vo. With the half title and 7 pages of ads. for 'Books printed for R. & J. Dodsley'. First and last pages a trifle dusted, sm. tear to blank top margin of pp.15-16. Recent half calf, marbled paper boards. An excellent copy.
MANUSCRIPT POEM WITH PRINTED COPY FROM ALTHORP
ANONYMOUS. A Voluntary. Manuscript poem in 10 verses. 'Ever since the days of Harold, The praise of fighting swells ...'
82 lines mss on 6 sides of 2 folded sheets, with original sewing. WITH: printed copy of the same poem dated Althorp, 27th September 1859. 3pp. 4to.
NIGERIAN PALM OIL - WRITING HOME FROM NEW CALABAR
ANONYMOUS. ALS from 'your affectionate son Arthur', Hulk 'Gary Owen', New Calabar, June 1, 1868. 'I am glad to say that I am once more safe here. I arrived at Bonny on the 23rd and came out here on the 24th ...
57 lines on 4 sides of single folded sheet.
KNOCK-KNEES & BOW-LEGS
ANONYMOUS. Knock-Knees and Bow-Legs: with special curative exercises. By "Uncle Bob". 5th edn.
Athletic Publications. [c.1940]
Illus. Orig. light blue printed paper wraps, stapled as issued; sl. tear to leading edge of front wrapper & first 3 leaves, sl. rusting to staples. v.g.
ANONYMOUS. Meeting of the Beasts.
Printed for J.J. Stockdale by J. Evans, 26 Queen Street, Golden Square. [c.1816]
Single sheet 4to; drophead title above two columns of text on both sides; sl. creasing with a few small marginal tears with one archival repair to verso. Ads for works printed for J.J. Stockdale at foot of verso.
279 ORIGINAL JEWELLERY DESIGNS
ANONYMOUS. Original Sketchbook of Jewellery Design.
279 largely hand-coloured designs on tissue paper or card, tipped in to a square-ruled note book. Orig. black cloth. Stationery label of L.&D. Grebel, Paris.