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1 (SWIFT, Jonathan). Edited and with an Introduction by John Hayward. Selected Prose Works of Jonathan Swift.
1949 
The Cresset Press, London. 1949. First Edition Thus. Hardback. DW. Clean and sound copy in slightly worn and lightly sunned wrapper. 78784 
Price: 20.00 GBP
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2 RACKHAM, Arthur. (Illustrated by...) Jonathan SWIFT. Gulliver's Travels Into Several Remote Nations of the World.
J. M. Dent. London. 1909 
Reprint but first edition thus. xv, 291pp. Coloured frontis. with tissue guard. 11 coloured plates and illustrations to text. Very attractively bound in half black morocco gilt, raised bands, gilt decorations to compartment of spines. Prize plate to front paste-down. Marbled endpapers. Top edge gilt. Occasional light foxing o/w a very clean and sound copy. Near fine. 66232 
Price: 200.00 GBP
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3 SWIFT, Jonathan. A Selection of Poems by .... Edited with an Introduction by John Heath-Stubbs.
1948 
The Grey Walls Press Ltd. London. 1948. First Edition. Hardback. DW. Slim 8vo. Endpapers browned and ownership signature to front endpaper. A lovely copy in slightly worn and browned wrapper. 78457 
Price: 15.00 GBP
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4 SWIFT, Jonathan. Gulliver's Travels In Lilliput.
n.d. [c1950] 
Billings & Edmonds Limited, London. No date. Circa 1950. Reprint. Paperback. Slim stapled booklet, slightly worn and partially faded. Colour frontis. 24pp. A clean and sound copy of an attractive edition abridged for children. 80775 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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5 SWIFT, Jonathan. Gulliver's Travels Into Several Remote Regions of the World. Sir John Lubbock's Hundred Books Series. LEATHER BINDING.
No date. (c.1900) 
George Routledge and Sons. London. No date, circa 1900. 361 pages. Bound in half brown morocco, gilt. Top edge gilt. Marbled boards and endpapers. Spine slightly rubbed and very slightly faded. Occasional light foxing. A clean and fresh copy. 75808 
Price: 65.00 GBP
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6 SWIFT, Jonathan. Edited by John Hayward. Gulliver's Travels and Selected Writings in Prose & Verse.
1946 
The Nonesuch Press, London. 1946. Reprint. Hardback. DW. A lovely clean and sound copy in slightly worn wrapper that is very lightly sunned to spine. 76988 
Price: 12.95 GBP
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7 [SWIFT, Jonathan] Attributed to... The Benefit of Farting Explain'd: Or the Fundament-All Cause of Distempers incident to the Fair-Sex. Proving, à Posteriori, most of the Diso-ordures Intail'd upon them, are owing to Flatulencies not seasonably vented. Wrote in Spanish, by Don Fartinando Puff-indorst....and translated into English...for the Use of Lady Damp-fart, of her Fart Shire. By Obadiah Fizzle, Groom of the Stool to the Princess od Arsimini in Sardinia. To Which are added, I. The Wonderful Wonder of Wonders: Being an accurate Description of the Birth, Education, Manner of Living, Religion, Politicks, and Learning, of Mine A-se. II. Serious and Cleanly Meditations on a Boghouse by Jeffrey Broadbottom. III. The Boghouse, A Poem, in Imitation of Milton and the Author of the Seasons. And several other curious Pieces in the same Taste.
R. Thomas. London. 1744 
First edition, thus. Reprint of original 1722 edition with these three additional pieces added. Title page, iv, 38 pages. In original light blue plain limp boards, sl. stained with light water splashes to front cover and ink splashes to rear. Pages browned, some very small close tears to outer edge of title page. Last leaf professionally repaired with only the loss of the "on" of dragon to foot of page 37. Armorial bookplate of Leonard L. Hartley Esq. to inside front cover. A clean and complete copy of a very scarce item. This preoccupation of Dean Swift was not just scatological but religious and political. The title itself is a parody of 'The Benefit of Fasting', a chapter in The Rule and Exercises of Holy Living (1650) by the most celebrated religious writer of the previous century, Jeremy Taylor, Bishop of Down and Connor and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Dublin. 58706 
Price: 1000.00 GBP
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