KEELER, Christine (1942-2017). The Truth At Last. My Story. 8vo. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 2001. SIGNED by Christine Keeler to the title page in blue ink.
BAILLIE, Robert. (1602 – 1662) Letters and Journals Containing an Impartial Account of Public Transactions, Civil, Ecclesiastical, and Military, In England and Scotland, from the beginning of the Civil Wars, in 1637, to the year 1662: A Period, perhaps most remarkable and interesting in the British History. 8vo. Edinburgh: William Creech and William Grat, 1775.
STEPHENS, W.R.W. The Life and Letters of Walter Farquhar Hook D.D. F.R.S. 2 volumes, frontispieces to both volumes. PROVENANCE: W. Carnelley, Fallowfield, Manchester (bookplate to front pastedowns). William Carnelley, (1823-1919) was a senior director and chairman of Rylands & Sons Ltd., one of the most important cotton manufacturers in Manchester during the 19th century. Throughout his 96 year life Carnelley was spinner, dyer, weaver, book-keeper, cashier, salesman, and buyer, eventually becoming director and then chairman of Rylands & Son. Walter Farquhar Hook ( 1798 -1875), was an eminent Victorian high churchman. 8vo. London: Richard Bentley & Son, 1878.
GALLATIN, Count (Editor). A Great Peace Maker [.] The Diary of James Gallatin Secretary to Albert Gallatin U.S. Envoy to France and England 1813-1827 and Negotiator of the Treaty of Ghent. 10 plates (including frontispiece). PROVENANCE: ‘CLIVE 18.X.34’. Clive refers to Mervyn Horatio Herbert, 17th Baron Darcy de Knayth, styled Viscount Clive (1904 – 1943) British peer and Royal Air Force Officer, who died tragically in 1943, leaving behind his wife Vida, who later married Brigadier Derek Schreiber- Chief of Staff to the Governor-General of Australia. 8vo. London: William Heinemann, 1914.
PITT, William, Earl of Chatham. Letters Written by the Late Earl of Chatham to his Nephew Thomas Pitt, Esq. 8vo. London, T. Payne, 1804.
Female Royalty – HOLT, Emily Sarah. Memoirs of Royal Ladies. 2 volumes, engraved frontispieces to each volume. Interior: occasional spotting and light browning. PROVENANCE: J. H. Burton (bookplate to pastedowns of each volume- in vol 2. It is adhered to the rear pastedown- upside down). 8vo. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1861.
[HALDANE, Richard Burdon]. Richard Burdon Haldane (Lord Haldane of Cloan) An Autobiography. 12 plates. Inscription to front endpaper dedicated by Margaret M. Pirrie, dated ‘17th Sept. 1929’. PROVENANCE: Armorial bookplate of Viscount Pirrie to front endpaper. Additional name of previous owner inscribed on the front paste-down. A few pencillings in the margins. 8vo. London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1929.
BOSWELL, James. The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D. Comprehending an Account of his Studies and Numerous Works, In Chronological Order. 4 volumes. Engraved portrait frontispiece of Johnson to volume 1. 2 folding tables. Interior: No half titles, occasional spotting, endpapers detaching/detached. Some pages mis-numbered- but present. Occasional tearing with loss to blank margins- not to text. Exterior: Full contemporary calf (boards and spines worn, one board hanging by a thread, boards loose/ detaching on other volumes). 8vo. London: J. Richardson & Co, 1823.
[BELOE, William. (1756-1817)]. The Sexagenarian: or, The Recollections of a Literary Life. 2 volumes. (Occasional light spotting, occasional light soiling, occasional browning, one old paper repair at blank margin of a page, some tearing with minor loss to blank margins in places-without loss to text, otherwise a good copy). Contemporary half calf with marbled boards, red morocco title labels to spine, some wear to calf). 8vo. London: F.C and J. Rivington, 1818.
SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. ANNAND TAYLOR, Rachel (1876-1960). Leonardo The Florentine. 9 plates. (Occasional light spotting to text). Publisher’s blue cloth (corners bumped, minor wear) with cream pictorial dust-jacket (torn with loss, visible old paper repairs to front, spine and lower part of jacket). London: Richards Press, 1927.
A handsome two volume set. SANDFORD, John. Remains of The Late Right Reverend Daniel Sanford, D.D. Oxon. 2 volumes, volume two is uncut (Occasional damp staining, occasional light spotting). Contemporary green cloth (faded, rubbed, text block splitting in places, but on the whole binding still firm). Edinburgh, Waugh & Innes, 1830.
BLAKE, John Lauris. Evenings in Boston. Frontispiece 120,  pp. Interior: Browning to pages, some staining. Exterior: Publisher’s quarter, pictorial boards (heavy stain to upper board, corners bumped, worn). PROVENANCE: “Charles E Miller from his affectionate grand-mother Hannah Miller…1828”. 8vo. Boston, Bowles and Dearborn, 1827.
Rare 2 volume set with additional piece of ephemera. SINCLAIR, Rev. John. (1797-1875). Memoirs of the Life and Works of the Late Right Honourable Sir John Sinclair Bart. By His Son The Rev. John Sinclair, M.A. 2 volumes. (Occasional light spotting, occasional tearing). Publisher’s half purple (?)(faded) cloth, with paper title labels to spines (text blocks broken in places throughout both volumes, bindings loose). Vol 1: , vi, ii, 362. Vol 2: , ii, 427 pp. 8vo. London: William Blackwood, 1837.