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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANONYMOUS. The Dialect of Leeds And its neighbourhood, Illustrated by Conversations and tales Of common life, etc. To which are added A copious glossary; Notices of the various Antiquities, manners, and customs, And general Folk-lore of the district. London: John Russell Smith, 36, Soho Square, 1862. 12mo in half-sheets; half-title not called for; pp.[IV (not paginated)]+xxxiii+[i (blank)]+454; 12pp. text-paper advertisements at end; dark green horizontal fine straight-morocco cloth, paper spine-label (reading ‘DIALECT / OF / LEEDS / 6/-’ between two rules); a.e. uncut. Label chipped at one corner, not affecting lettering, but touching lower rule; end-papers split and half of muslin backing of front joint broken; otherwise a fine copy. Very scarce.

GB £380.00

US $513.00


An excellent scholarly compilation, adopting “the plan of Grose as the only legitimate one", and distinguishing in its Introductory Remarks between the speech of Leeds and that of the villages surrounding. Pp.[i] — xxxiii comprise the Introductory Remarks; pp.1 — 229 the Conversations and Tales of Common Life, and pp.[231] — 454 the Glossary. The Glossary is itself fascinating for its description of local beliefs customs to which special words attach (‘knor and spell’, etc) and its detailed descriptions. The binding does not look like a publisher’s binding, but must be one because of the priced label.
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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANONYMOUS. [Lithographic title:] Turpin’s Ride to York. Published by Alfd. Carlile, lithographer, Bouverie St., Fleet St. London, N.D. [it has probably been trimmed off, but c.1838]. Demy 8vo in quarter sheets; lithographic title-page with multiple captioned vignettes, and seven spirited lithographic plates (facing pp.9, 12, 13, 20, 25, 27, and 31); letterpress prelims. apparently not called for; pp.32, made up from the eight original penny (or possibly half-penny) weekly numbers. Some very light dusting and foxing, but a nice copy. BOUND WITH: NEWTON (J.H.). William Tell; The Hero of Switzerland. An Historical Romance. Illustrated with numerous engravings. London: George Peirce, 310, Strand, N.D. [1841 (probably: v. note]. Demy 8vo in half sheets; half-title not called for; inserted wood-engraved frontispiece and two plates (one on steel); title-page with wood-engraved decorative border, numerous wood-engraved vignettes, and large decorative or historiated initials, etc, in text, by G.H. Wall; final page publisher’s advertisements; pp.[2]+221+[i], made up from the original twenty-eight penny weekly numbers. Slight offsetting from some of the illustrations, and a little scattered foxing, mostly very slight, but a nice copy. BOUND WITH: [NEWTON (J.H.)]. Hofer, The patriot of the Tyrol. An historical romance. By the author of “William Tell.” London: George Peirce, 310, Strand, 1845. Demy 8vo in half-sheets; half-title not called for; inserted steel-engraved frontispiece; decorative initials, and numerous wood-engraved vignettes in text; pp.[ii]+126, made up from the original 16 penny weekly numbers. A very little scattered foxing and one short marginal tear; otherwise a nice copy. Three scarce works in one volume.

GB £270.00

US $364.50


An interesting collection. ‘Turpin’s Ride to York’, which is based upon Ainsworth’s ‘Rookwood’ (1834) appears to exist for the sake of the lithographic plates. Published by the lithographer, this edition seems to be unrecorded, though another edition was published by Glover with a letterpress title-page, dated 1839, and a vignette title-page and seven plates as here, but with a variant collation, [ii]+130. The Glover edition was issued as Part 1 of ‘The Illustrated Library of Romance’. It seems probable that the lithographer’s own edition would have had precedence, and we have dated it speculatively as 1838. The present edition is not on COPAC, which does, however, record Cambridge and Manchester locations for the Glover edition, of which there is also a British Library copy. ‘William Tell’ occurs in two editions, both published by George Peirce, one in twenty-eight numbers, as here, and one in twenty-four. There is some confusion between the two. Summers, p.559, records both printings as: “Paine, c.1840 24 penny parts. Also in 28 nos. pub. G.Pierce 1844.” Not only here does he confuse ‘parts’ with numbers and mis-spell Peirce’s name, he almost almost certainly mis-reads his own handwriting and transcribes ‘Paine’ for ‘Peirce’. Copac records only the Oxford and British Library copies of the twenty-eight number printing, and only the Oxford copy of the shorter one, Oxford dating both printings to [1841], whilst the British Library, possibly following Summers, dates the twenty-eight number printing as [?1844]. The confusion seems to have arisen because both printings of ‘William Tell’ were followed by an issue of ‘Hofer’ and the only edition of ‘Hofer’ recorded is the one dated 1845. The advertisements at the end of the present copy of ‘William Tell’ list two works as forthcoming, ‘Hofer’ (as a “Companion to ‘William Tell’") and ‘Richard Coeur de Lion’, the latter being only known in an edition dated by Summers, p.478, as “c.1840". The two things cancel out, but there is a great difference in the style in which the present ‘William Tell’ is printed from that in which ‘Hofer’ is printed, the former harking back to the penny dreadfuls of the 1830s and the latter suggestive of the simpler style that by the mid-1840s was coming in. It is also the case that the 1845 ‘Hofer’ was issued anonymously, as was the twenty-four number ‘William Tell’, whilst the present copy bears the author’s name. Our own conclusion tends to be that the present printing dates from 1841, and the shorter version from 1844. British Library and Oxford copies of ‘William Tell’ only on COPAC (neither noticing the plates); and the Britsh Library copy only of ‘Hofer’, giving the author’s name erroneously as “Hoffer, Andreas” instead of J.H. Newton; Summers, pp.113 and 360.

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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANONYMOUS. War and peace; Or, The child of the sun. By the author of “Peter Parley’s Tales.” London: J. Field, Regent Street, N.D. [1864]. Sm.12mo in half-sheets; integral wood-engraved frontispiece and vignette title-page, signed ‘N.A.N.’, precede letterpress title-page; numerous vignettes in text; pp.[viii (including frontispiece)]+161+[i (blank)]; 36pp. inserted catalogue of Darton and Co, Holborn Hill, at end; lilac-blue vertical straight-morocco cloth, ruled blind on sides, elaborately blocked and lettered gilt on front cover and spine; buff end-papers printed on facing surfaces with Darton & Co. advertisements in blue. Nice copy. Rare.

GB £50.00

US $67.50


The British Library copy, not obtained until after 1955, is the only one listed in NSTC. It differs from the present copy in that both title-pages contain ms. additions including the substitution of the imprint ‘Darton & Hodge’ for the original imprint, and is therefore presumably of a later issue than the present copy, which is itself secondary: as is shown by the Darton & Co. imprint on the catalogue and end-papers. A story of the invasion of the Inca empire by the Spanish.
Ref: CRT117862


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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANONYMOUS. Wood cottage; Or, Sheltered at last. A Sequel to “Ben and Kit.” By the Author of “The Old House,” “Ben and Kit,” etc., etc. London: Alfred Holness, 14 Paternoster Row. Glasgow: The Glasgow Bible and Book Depository, R.L. Allan, 143 Sauchiehall Street. Any may be ordered of any bookseller. All Rights Reserved, N.D. [1882]. Sm.f’cap 8vo; half-title not called for; wood-engraved frontispiece, one vignette, and six full-page illustrations, all on text-paper and included in the pagination; 6pp. integral advertisements at end; pp.106+[vi]; leaf-green faintly patterned sand grain cloth, ruled, blocked, and with Holness’s monogram, black on back cover, ruled and blocked black, lettered gilt on front cover, blocked black, lettered gilt, on spine; end-papers coated yellow. Slight general wear to covers; a little light dusting passim; over all, a very good copy.

GB £12.00

US $16.20


Juvenile. The ordinary issue, published at 1s. 0d.; according to the advertisements (but not The English Catalogue of Books) there was also an issue with all edges gilt, priced 1s. 6d. One of the plates is signed M. Wimperis as artist; another C.A. MU[?RRAY], apparently as engraver. Not in Wolff.

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Ref: CRT100364


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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANONYMOUS. Yarndale: An unsensational story. In three volumes. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1872. All rights reserved. 3 Vols., lge.post 8vo; blank before half-title in each volume; integral advertisement leaf at end in volumes two and three; pp.[2]+vi+335+[i (blank)]; [2]+vi+423+[i (blank)]+[ii]; [2]+vi+418+[ii]; publisher’s inserted catalogue, 32pp., dated March 1872, at end of volume one; purple fine-morocco cloth, ruled and blocked blind on back cover, black on front cover, ruled and blocked black, lettered with short rules, gilt, on spine; a.e. uncut. Slight mottled fading to cloth, and end-papers a little faded or rubbed at edges; otherwise a very nice copy. Scarce

GB £450.00

US $607.50


Not in Sadleir or Wolff; Oxford, Cambridge, National Library of Scotland, and British Library copies only in COPAC.
Ref: CRT118549


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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANSTEY (F. [i.e. Thomas Anstey Guthrie]). The Travelling companions. A Story in Scenes (Reprinted from “Punch"). With twenty-six illustrations By J. Bernard Partridge. London, Longmans, Green, and Co., And New York: 15 East 16th Street, 1892. (All rights reserved). F’cap 4to; frontispiece on text-paper, and twenty-six line-engraved illustrations in the text; pp.[viii (including frontispiece)]+152; quarter maroon buckram, ruled and lettered gilt on spine, salmon pink buckram sides, blocked and lettered brick red on front cover; end-papers coated milk-chocolate. Cloth of spine a little faded and marked; a little light foxing of first and last few leaves and edges; otherwise a very nice copy.

GB £45.00

US $60.75


Sadleir 55; Turner 13.
Ref: CRT100372


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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANSTEY (F. [i.e. Thomas Anstey Guthrie]). The Travelling companions. A Story in Scenes (Reprinted from “Punch"). With twenty-six illustrations By J. Bernard Partridge. London, Longmans, Green, and Co., And New York: 15 East 16th Street, 1892. (All rights reserved). F’cap 4to; frontispiece on text-paper, and twenty-six line-engraved illustrations in the text; pp.[viii (including frontispiece)]+152; quarter maroon buckram, ruled and lettered gilt on spine, salmon pink buckram sides, blocked and lettered brick red on front cover; end-papers coated milk-chocolate. Gilt of imprint dull; half-title foxed, and a little light foxing passim; otherwise a nice copy.

GB £29.00

US $39.15


Sadleir 55; Turner 13.
Ref: CRT117731


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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANSTEY (F. [i.e. Thomas Anstey Guthrie]). The Man from Blankley’s And other sketches (Reprinted from “Punch"). With twenty-five illustrations By J. Bernard Partridge. London, Longmans, Green, and Co., 1893. F’cap 4to; frontispiece on verso of half-title, and numerous illustrations on text-paper; publisher’s advertisements on verso of last leaf of text; pp.[viii]+151+[i]; quarter Japanese vellum, extended onto front cover, ruled, blocked, and lettered gilt on front cover, ruled and lettered gilt on spine, vertically fine ribbed light blue paper covered boards, printed with over-all pattern in royal blue and gold; end-papers printed with ship-and-swan design in pale greyish fawn. Covers darkened, and dampstained at fore-margins of boards; leaves cockled and lightly dampstained throughout; an excellent working copy.

GB £12.00

US $16.20


Sadleir, 49; Turner, 16. Along with ‘Voces Populi’ and ‘Vice Versa’, Anstey’s best known book.
Ref: CRT100375


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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANSTEY (F. [i.e. Thomas Anstey Guthrie]). Lyre and lancet: A story in scenes. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 15, Waterloo Place, 1895. Super roy.16mo, gathered in half sheets; numerous full-page illustrations on text-paper by J. Bernard Partridge; pp.viii+256; inserted leaf of publisher’s advertisements at end, on text-paper (advertising the present title with reviews); dull grey-green vertically ribbed cloth, ruled black, lettered black and gilt, on front cover, ruled black, lettered and with short rule gilt, on spine. Cloth of spine faded and gilt oxydised; otherwise a very nice copy.

GB £28.00

US $37.80


Sadleir, 48 and 3753/2; and Wolff, 161, recording only copies in blue-grey cloth, that being in our experience by far the commoner colour. Turner 18, recording only the green cloth variant. None of these authorities record variant advertisements, but the book is also seen with advertisements listing it as for ‘This day’, and without reviews, the present copy being evidently from a later binding-up of the sheets. Issued as the second title in ‘The Novel Series’, the advertisements here listing this as the latest published, but volumes by four other writers as planned.
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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANSTEY (F. [i.e., Thomas Anstey Guthrie]). Puppets at Large: Scenes and Subjects From Mr. Punch’s Show. With Illustrations by J. Bernard Partridge. London, Bradbury, Agnew, & Co. Ld., [sic] Bouverie St., E.C., 1897. Sq.cr.8vo; title-page printed in scarlet and black; sixteen inserted plated, all included in the pagination; 4pp. integral advertisements at end; pp.[viii]+275+[i (blank)]+[iv]; vertically fine-ribbed light green cloth, blocked pictorially black, lettered maroon, on front cover, lettered gilt on spine; t.e.g., fore-edges rough trimmed; end-papers coated very dark grey-green. Slight fading to cloth of spine and edges of covers as is almost inevitable with this volume; otherwise a fine copy.

GB £85.00

US $114.75


A difficult cloth, very light-sensitive, used also on the same author’s ‘Under the Rose’: the present copy is exceptionally nice. Turner, 21, calling the end-papers ‘black’, which they very nearly are; Sadleir, 51, recording a copy in the dust-wrapper (!), also calls the end-papers ‘black’, and describes the front cover lettering as ‘brown’: it is equivocal; not in the extensive Wolff collection of Anstey’s works — and therefore presumably scarce: it is also the first copy we have had. Fictional dramatic sketches or ‘dialogues’ — a form that had a vogue at about this time.
Ref: CRT117732


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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANSTEY (F. [i.e., Thomas Anstey Guthrie]). Baboo Jabberjee, B.A. By F. Anstey, Author of “Vice Versa,” “The Pariah,” “Voces Populi,” etc. With illustrations by J. Bernard Partridge. London, J.M. Dent & Co., 67 S. James’s St., S.W., 1897. Sm.cr.8vo; integral half-tone frontispiece and twenty-eight plates, all full-page and unbacked, but included in the pagination; pp.xvi+272; light dull greenish-blue buckram, blocked pictorially gilt on front cover, lettered gilt on spine; t.e.g., others uncut. Fine copy.

GB £80.00

US $108.00


In our experience, one of the scarcest of Anstey’s works, and a pretty book. Concludes with a trial for breach of promise. Turner, 20
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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANSTEY (F. [i.e., Thomas Anstey Guthrie]). Love Among The lions: A matrimonial experience. By F. Anstey, Author of “Vice Versa,” etc. London, J.M. Dent & Co., 29 & 30 Bedford Street, W.C., N.D. [1898]. Globe 8vo; blank before half-title; vignette title-page printed in black and red; numerous illustrations in text, some full page, signed, if at all, ‘Forrest’; dark red diagonally fine-ribbed cloth, ruled, blocked, and lettered gilt on front cover, blocked and lettered gilt on spine; t.e.g. A virtually fine copy.

GB £110.00

US $148.50


Laid on to the front paste-down is a leaf of paper bearing a five line holograph inscription signed as ‘F. Anstey’, subscribed as being a translation by him from ‘The Proverbs of Piljosh’. Sadleir, 47; Turner, 23.
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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANTHOLOGY. Christmas annuals, as under: FARJEON (B.L.). Good Cheer 1887. Donald Macleod D.D. Editor. While golden sleep Doth reign. “Good Words” Christmas story By B.L. FARJEON Author of “Blade O’grass,” “Love’s Harvest,” “Grif,” etc. With illustrations by Gordon Browne. London: Isbister and Company, Limited, 56, Ludgate Hill, 1887. Half-title not called for; wood-engraved frontispiece; other illustrations in text; pp.64. Wolff, 7780k. BOUND WITH: DOUDNEY (Sarah). Where the dew falls In London: The story of a sanctuary. By Sarah Doudney, Author of “Thy Heart’s Desire,” “The Strength of her Youth,” etc. The Christmas number of the “Sunday Magazine". London, Isbister and Company, Limited, 56, Ludgate Hill, 1888. Half-title not called for; wood-engraved frontispiece; other illustrations in text; pp.63+[i (advertisements)]. This title not in Wolff. BOUND WITH: [Drop head:] Shafts of Light. Being the Christmas Number of “The Quiver” for 1886. Wood-engraved frontispiece on text-paper; other illustrations in text; prelims. not called for; pp.64. Short stories, C. Despard, L.T. Meade, etc., A Sermon for Christmas Day by the Dean of Canterbury, “Glory be to God on High": A Christmas Carol by J. Francis Waller with music by Sir F.A. Gore Ouseley, Bart., etc. Not in Wolff. BOUND WITH: [Drop head:] Christmas Arrows. N.D. [c.1886]. Wood-engraved frontispiece on text-paper; other illustrations in text; prelims. not called for; pp.80. Short tories, carol, sermon, etc. Wolff, 7878 records numbers for 1868-73, 1875, 1894 and 1895, but not this number. Four Christmas annuals/numbers bound together in one volume, each super Roy.8vo, printed in double column; contemporary green ribbon-embossed binder’s cloth, ruled and lettered gilt on spine. Near fine.

GB £40.00

US $54.00



Ref: CRT100388


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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANTHOLOGY. [Cover title:] Christmas Supplement To the Illustrated London News. December 16 1871. Demy folio [408 x 298 mm], printed on thick paper of fine quality, printed throughout in three columns, except for the final page, which is advertisements and printed in four columns; pp.16 (paginated in continuation of the volume to which it is a Supplement, [581] — 596); wood-engraved illustrated title-page by F. Wentworth after Edward Hughes, a double-spread illustration by John Gilbert, and four full-page illustrations by various artists (v. note); large historiated initials throughout; issued without wrappers or other prelims. Paper of spine a little worn, otherwise a fine copy. Scarce.

GB £45.00

US $60.75


Mainly fiction. Includes ‘The “Bell-buoy.” A Blind Man’s Story.’ by W.W.Fenn, ‘Surprised.’ by Annie Thomas (Mrs. Pender Cudlip), ‘The Coffee Merchant. A New Arabian Nights’ Tale. By the author of “Orion,” &c.’, and an anonymous story, ‘Christmas Eve at Penrydin’; poems by John Latey and Benjamin Gough; and a number of articles, mostly unsigned: ‘Christmas in High Latitudes’ by Tom Nichols, ‘The Old Country Dance’, ‘"The Moated Grange"’, and ‘The Village Choir at Rehearsal’. The remaining illustrations are after S. Read, M.W. Ridley, ‘J [or F] Bp’ (signed with a monogram), and C.J. Staniland.

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ROBERT TEMPLE BOOKSELLERS CATALOGUE, File C: Nineteenth Century General Fiction. All books first editions and first printings, except as stated.

ANTHOLOGY. [Cover title:] The Illustrated London News Christmas number, 1881. Demy folio [408 x 298 mm], printed on thick paper of fine quality, the text leaves in three columns, the five leaves of advertisements in four columns; pp.16 (paginated in continuation of the volume to which it is a Supplement, [17] — 32); wood-engraved illustrated title-page by J. Pannemaker after a photograph by J. Thomson, and six full-page illustrations by various artists (v. note); issued without wrappers or other prelims. A virtually fine copy. Scarce.

GB £110.00

US $148.50


Mainly fiction. Includes ‘What the Shepherd saw: A tale of four moonlight nights.’ by Thomas Hardy, ‘The Haunted Rock: A legend of Porth Guerron Cove.’ by W.W. Fenn; ‘A Ghost Story’, a poem by M.L.J., and others by Byron Webber, and Mason Jackson. The remaining illustrations are after drawings by H.R. Robertson, G. Montbard, W.H. Overend (2), W.A. Cranston, and J.P. Atkinson. For the Hardy story v. Purdy, pp.153 — 6. It was not reprinted in England until 1913, when it was included in ‘A Changed Man, The Waiting Supper and Other Tales’, this being the oldest story in the volume. It is considerably more revised there than Purdy seems to imply.

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