17th & 18th Century Literature. Seven volumes, comprising Cotton (Charles, Esquire), The Wonders of the Peake (sic, i.e. Peak District Derbyshire), second edition, London: Printed by J. Wallis, for Joanna Brome, 1683, repaired title and dedication leaves, each affected by ink blemish, though not affecting legibility of text, contemporary blind-ruled calf, rebacked in gilt-lettered brown morocco, refreshed endpapers, 8vo, Mottoes of The Spectators, Tatlers, and Guardians. Translated into English, London: Printed for Richard Wellington; et al., 1735, contemporary panelled calf, split and chipped, 12mo, [&] Vaughan (Henry), Silex scintillans/Sacred Poems and Private Ejaculations, first Pickering edition, London: Pickering, 1847, architectural title-page, contemporary Renaissance Revival brown morocco over bevelled boards by Macmillan of Cambridge, signed, blocked and tooled in blind, gilt-lettered recto and verso, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers, 8vo, Butler's Hudibras, 1750, contemporary calf, 12mo in 6s, etc, (7).
Provenance: 1st: Thomas Pudsey/His Book/1714; ink manuscript ownership inscription. 2nd: Sir Charles Buck, 4th Baronet (1722-1782), of Hamby Grange Lincolnshire, book label to pastedown.
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