10th Sep, 2019 10:00

Fine Interiors (including Books) - Two Day Sale

  Lot 83


A collection of 17 Pamphlets, bound in Two volumes

A collection of 17 Pamphlets, bound in Two volumes: 1- Remarks on a late book, intitled, An Essay on the Publick Debts of this Kingdom, &c. Moore, 1727, PP:vi, 58; 2- A True and Exact List of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and Commons of Great Britain. Matthews, 1727. PP:88; 3- [Defoe, Daniel]: The Evident Advantages to Great Britain and Its Allies from the Approaching War: Especially in Matters of Trade: To Which Is Added Two Curious Plans, One of the Port and Bay of Havana, the Other of Porto-Belo. Roberts, 1727, PP:iv, 44, + 2plans; 4- [Bolingbroke]: The Occasional Writer. Numb. I. Moore, 1727. PP:31- 5- The Occasional Writer, Inscribed to the Person to Whom Alone It Can Belong. Drop-head; title. Grey, 1726-7. PP:16; 6- The occasional writer, &c. containing a letter. Grey, nd, PP:30; 7- The Occasional Writer. No III. to the Same. Moore, 1727, PP:31(incl. ½ title); 8- The Occasional Paper. Number I, an Essay on Bigotry. Burleigh, 1716. PP:18, (ii)adv; 9- Reasons Shewing the Necessity of Reducing the Army, And, Proving That the Navy of England Is Her Only, and Natural Strength and Security. Moore, 17/28. PP:(iv)½ t & tp, 44; 10- The benefits and advantages gain'd by the late septennial Parliament.. Moore, nd, 2nd. edn. PP:(ii), 34; 11- A Letter to a Member of Parliament in the North. Walker, nd, 3rd. edn. PP:30 (incl. ½ t & tp); 12- The Necessity of a Plot: Or, Reasons for a Standing Army. By a Friend to K. G. Drop-head title. PP:16; Vol. 2: 13- [Lyttleton, G]: Farther considerations on the present state of affairs, at home and abroad.. Cooper, 1739. PP:(iv)½ t & tp, 60; 14- [Walpole, R]: French counsels destructive to Great-Britain.. In seven letters. By Caleb D'Anvers. Brett, 1739. PP:(ii), iv, 3-87; 15- [Wyndham, W]: A Letter from an Absented Member to a Friend at Westminster, Shewing His Reasons for Retiring Into the Country Upon the Present Situation of the Affairs of Great Britain. Standen, 1739, PP:26(incl. ½ t & tp); 16- [Walpole, R]: A Letter to the Right Honourable Sir R-- W---, C. Upon the Present Posture of Affairs.. by Caleb Danvers. Bret, 1739. PP:30 (incl. ½ t & tp), (ii); 17- A Letter to a Noble Lord, in Answer to a Letter to a Member of Parliament, for Bringing in a Bill to Revise, Amend, or Repeal Certain Obsolete Statutes, Commonly Called the Ten Commandments. . by Philocles. Cooper, 1739. PP:71(incl. ½ t & tp), (i); Plus an incomplete Pamphlet. Both volumes in the original leather backed grey paper boards; rubbed; Armorial bookplate of John Ward to front pastedown and ink listing of the pamphlets to front endpapers; browning to endpapers (2)

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Auction: Fine Interiors (including Books) - Two Day Sale, 10th Sep, 2019


6 September 2019, 9am - 5pm
8 September 2019, 10am - 1pm
9 September 2019, 9am - 5pm
10 September 2019, from 9am
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