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A SELECT LIST OF orMorfes fifcitions BY WILLIAM CAREW HAZLITT OF THE INNER TEMPLE ARRANGEDCHRONOLOGICALLY 18601888. 1. of the Venetian Its its Great-History Republic; Rise, and its Civilisation. With and Illustrations. 4 vol.s.ness, Maps 8vo. Elder& Co. I860.Smith, A new with in 3edition, entirely recast, important additions, vols. crown is in readiness for the8vo, press. 2. Old 1525-1639. Edited with Intro-English Jest-Books, andductions Notes. Facsimiles. 3 vols. 12mo. 1864. 3. Remains of the ofEarly Popular Poetry England. With Introductions and 4 vols. 12mo. Woodcut*.Notes. 1864-66. 4. Handbook to the andEarly Popular, Poetical, Dramatic Literature of Great Britain. STO. 1867. Pp.Demy in two714, columns. 5. Collections and 1867-76.Bibliographical Notes. Medium 8vo. 1876. This volume a fiill of about 6000comprises description Early books from the books themselves. It is a AndEnglish sequel to No. 4. See also No. 6companion infra. 6. Collections and Notes. SECOND SERIES.Bibliographical 1876-82. Medium 8vo. 1882. Uniform with First Series. About titles on the same10,000 as before'principle " Mr. W. C. Hazlitt's second series of Collec-Bibliographical tions and Notes is the result of searchesmany(Quaritch) years' rare and broadsides a manamong books, tracts, ballads, by whose is and who has thus aproducedspecialty bibliography, a volume of value. If one will read thehigh any through fifty- four columns to Charles or the tenclosely printed relating I.

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A SELECT LIST
OF
orMorfes fifcitions
BY
WILLIAM CAREW HAZLITT
OF THE INNER TEMPLE
ARRANGEDCHRONOLOGICALLY
18601888.
1. of the Venetian Its its Great-History Republic; Rise,
and its Civilisation. With and Illustrations. 4 vol.s.ness, Maps
8vo. Elder& Co. I860.Smith,
A new with in 3edition, entirely recast, important additions,
vols. crown is in readiness for the8vo, press.
2. Old 1525-1639. Edited with Intro-English Jest-Books,
andductions Notes. Facsimiles. 3 vols. 12mo. 1864.
3. Remains of the ofEarly Popular Poetry England.
With Introductions and 4 vols. 12mo. Woodcut*.Notes.
1864-66.
4. Handbook to the andEarly Popular, Poetical,
Dramatic Literature of Great Britain. STO. 1867. Pp.Demy
in two714, columns.
5. Collections and 1867-76.Bibliographical Notes.
Medium 8vo. 1876.
This volume a fiill of about 6000comprises description Early
books from the books themselves. It is a AndEnglish sequel
to No. 4. See also No. 6companion infra.
6. Collections and Notes. SECOND SERIES.Bibliographical
1876-82. Medium 8vo. 1882.
Uniform with First Series. About titles on the same10,000
as before'principle
" Mr. W. C. Hazlitt's second series of Collec-Bibliographical
tions and Notes is the result of searchesmany(Quaritch) years'
rare and broadsides a manamong books, tracts, ballads, by
whose is and who has thus aproducedspecialty bibliography,
avolume of value. If one will read thehigh any through fifty-
four columns to Charles or the tenclosely printed relating I.,
'
'and a half columns to London from 1541 to andgiven 1794,
recollect that these are a to twelve columnsonly supplement
in Hazlitt's Handbook and five and a half in his first Collections,
he will an idea of the work involved in this book. Otherget
1
' '
like entries are James 'Eli-I.,' 'Ireland,' France,' 'England,
'
' Scotland has and a halfzabeth,' (which twenty-one columns),
and so on. As to the and of the works thatcuriosity rarity
Mr. Hazlitt has one who has been for evencatalogued, any
or old books will thattwenty thirty years among acknowledge
the to him are far more numerous than thestrangers acquaint-
ances and friends. Ttiis second series of Collections will add to
Mr. Hazlitt's well-earned as a andreputation bibliographer,
should be in real theevery library through English-speaking
world. The we desiderate in it is of his wel-moreonly thing
come marks and to shownames, B.M., Britwell, Lambeth, &c.,
where all the books are. The service thatapproaching rarity
these have done in Mr. Hazlitt's former books editors for theto
New andEarly.English Hunterian,Text, Shakspere, Spenser,
other has been so that we he willsocieties, hope alwaysgreat
where he has seen the hesay rare books that makes entries
of." 26, 1882.Academy, August
7. Collections and Notes. A THIRD AMDBibliographical
FINAL SERIES. 1886. 8vo.
Uniform with the First and Second Series. This volume
All three are now on salecontains of 3000 articles.upwards
Mr.by Quaritch.
of his8. Memoirs Of William Hazlitt. With Portions Cor-
Portraits miniatures John Hazlitt. 2respondence. after by
vols. 8vo. 1867.
the Author has been indefati-the lastDuring twenty years
in information for theadditional Life of Hazlitt,gable collecting
in and in all the1867, errors, securingcorrecting unpublished
1 tters come into the some ofwhich have market, great interest,
awith view to a new and edition.improved
9. the andInedited Tracts. Illustrating Manners, Opinions,
of the 16th and 17thCenturies.Englishmen duringOccupations
1586-1618. With an Introduction and Notes. Facsimiles. 4to.
1868.
Now first and10. The Works of Charles Lamb. collected,
With Notes. 4 vols. 8vo. E. Moxon &entirely rearranged.
Co.
With some Account of the11. Letters of Charles Lamb.
Friendsand andhis ExplanatoryNotes.Writer, Correspondents,
B.C. one of histhe late Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd, L., Execu-By
revised andtors. An new carefullyentirely edition, greatly
vols. 1886. PostW. Care.w Hazlitt. 2 8vo.enlarged by( 3 )
Ha. and Charles Lamb. New Facts and Inedited Re-Mary
mains. 8vo. Woodcuts and Facsimiles. 1874.
The of this volume was an the writergroundwork Essay by
iu JUacmiUan's Magazine.
12. English Proverbs and Proverbial Phrases. Arranged
and annotated. Medium 8vo. 1869. Secondalphabetically
corrected and crown 8vo. 1882.Edition, greatly enlarged,
13. ofNarrative the of an Irish GentlemanJourney
in 1751. From a MS. With Notes. 8vo.through England
1869.
14. The Drama and under the TudorEnglish Stage,
and Stuart Princes. 1547-1664. With an Introduction and
Notes. 8vo. 1869.
A series of Documents and Treatises.reprinted
15. of Great Britain. I. The Calendar.Popular Antiquities
II. Customs and Ceremonies. III. 3 vols.Superstitions.
Medium 8vo. 1870.
Brand's taken toPopular Antiquities, by Ellis, 1813, pieces,
and
recast, enormously augmented.
16. Inedited 1584-1700. Thick 8vo.Poetical Miscellanies.
With Notes and Facsimiles. 50 1870.copies pi ivately printed.
17. Warton's of An newHistory English Poetry. entirely
edition, with Notes Sir F. T. F. J. Furni-by Madden, Wright,
R. and and the Editor. 4 vols. Mediumvall, Morris, others, by
8vo. 1871.
IS. Illustrated a Series of TalesThe Feudal Period. (fromby
Le 12mo. 1874.
Grand).
19. and Prefixed toPrefaces, Dedications, Epistles. Early
En-lish Books. 1540-1701. 8vo. 1874.
50 copies privately printed.
20. Blount's Jocular Tenures. Tenures of Landand Customs
of Manors. Thomas Blount of the InnerOriginally publishedby
in 1679. An new and editionTemple entirely greatly enlarged
W. Carew of that Ilk. Medium 8vo. 1874.by Hazlitt,
new21. Select Collection of Old ADodsley's Plays.
edition, corrected and re-greatly enlarged, throughout, entirely
With a Lr. Richard Morris. 15 vols.arranged. Glossary by
8vo. 1874-76.
22. and Romances.Tales, IllustratingFairy Legends,
and othtr Writers. 12mo. 1875.Shakespear Early English4( )
23. A Collection of theShakespear's Library : Novels, Plays,
and other Material to have been usedsupposed by Shakespear.
An new edition. 6 vols. 12mo. 1875.entirely
24. Tracts in which illustrateFugitive (written verse)
the Condition of and Political in andReligious Feeling England,
the State of two centuries. 1493-1700. 2Society there, during
vols. 4to. 50 1875.copies privately printed.
25. W. C. Hazlitt. 50Poetical Recreations. copies printed.By
12mo. 1877.
A new revised and is inedition, greatly enlarged,very pre-
paration.
26. The Baron's A Ballad. 75Daughter. copies printed.
4to. 1877.
of Translated C. Cotton. An27. The byEssays Montaigne.
new collatedwith the best French text. Withedition,entirely
and all the extant Letters. Portrait and Illustra-a Memoir,
3 vols. 8vo. 1877.tions.
The edition.libraryonly
of the Huth 528. Catalogue Library. [English portion.]
vols. 8vo. 1880. 200Large copies printed.
29. of in ModernOffspring Thought Solitude. Essays.
1884. 334.8vo, pp.
Some of these were contributed to All thePapers originally
Tear &c.Round,
30. Books and Ancient 12-mo.Old Cookery Cuisine.
1886.
31. An Address to the Electors of Mid-Surrey, among
whom I Live. In to Mr. Gladstone's Manifesto.Rejoinder 18S6.
32.8vo, pp.
"Who would not if such a man there be ?grieve,
"
Who would not if Atticus were he ? POPE.weep,
32. hi Old Garden Literature. I2mo. 1887.Gleanings
33. and Schoolmasters. A Con-Schools, School-books,
tribution to the of Educational 12mo.History Development.
1888.
34. Studies in Jocular and Anecdotal I2mo.Literature.
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