Bibliophile Sale | 18 April 2013
( Rev. Octavius, vicar of Bloxworth, zoologist, educated by William Barnes...
( Rev. Octavius, vicar of Bloxworth, zoologist, educated by William Barnes, 1828-1917) [Collection of pamphlets and offprints], A.W. Pickard-Cambridge's copy with his ink signature and address at St. Catherine's Headington on front free endpaper, including: 1. An Address to the County of Dorset, Offering a Few Observations on the Present Dorset County Museum and Library, unbound, [COPAC lists the Bodleian Library copy only], Dorchester, 1855; 2. On Bloxworth Church, ink initials: "R.P.C." on upper wrapper, Sherborne, 1886; 3. On Coronella Laevis, Boie (Smooth Snake or Lizard Snake), lithographed plate, Sherborne, 1886; 4. Woodbury Hill, lithographed plate,
ink signature of A.W.P. Cambridge on upper cover, Sherborne, 1886; 5. Reptiles of Dorset, coloured lithographed plate, Dorchester, 1894; 6. On the Relics Left by Philip and Joan of Castile in 1506 at Wolfeton House…, plates, Dorchester, 1914; 7. On the Effects of a Flash of Lightning at Bloxworth, plates (1 loose), Dorchester, 1887, together 13 pamphlets in 1 vol., all but the first offprints from "Proceedings" of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club, plates, all b ut the first original wrappers, bound in contemporary buckram, label on spine, 8vo, 1855-1914.
⁂ Arthur Wallace Pickard-Cambridge (1871-1952), son of Octavius Pickard-Cambridge; classicist; authority on the theatre of ancient Greece.
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