BACON, Francis
The Twoo Bookes...Of the proficience and aduancement of Learning. London, Henrie Tomes, 1605. £4,750 FIRST EDITION. 4to. pp. (ii) 46; 1-120. Roman and Italic, woodcut initials. A fine, well margined copy. Ligh

BACON, Francis
Historia Vitae & Mortis. London, John Haviland, 1623. £2,250 FIRST EDITION thus. 8vo. pp. (vi) 454. Roman letter, text within printed line border, autograph '1696' on title page. Good clean copy in contemporary vellum. The second work of

BACON, Francis
De Dignitate et Augmentis Scientiarum. Paris, Petry Mettayer, 1624. £950 4to. pp. (xvi) 540. Roman and Italic, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces. Light age yellowing, a good, clean and well-margined copy  in later paper over boards, reback

BACON, Francis
The Essayes or Counsels, Civill and Morall...Newly enlarged. London, John Haviland, 1632. £850 4to. pp. (vi) 340 (iv). Table mis-bound between 338-340 (xxxviii). Roman and italic letter, head- and tail-pieces, woodcut initials. Light age yellowi

BACON, Francis
Historia vitae et mortis. Leiden, Joannis Maire, 1636. £175 Second edition. 12mo. pp. 476 (lxxiv), final blank. Roman and italic letter, title page with printer's device. Title page slightly dusty with a few minor ink spots, two leaves with shor

BACON, Francis
Operum Moralium et Civilium. London, Edward Griffin, 1638. £1,500 FIRST EDITION, first issue. Folio, (xvi), (iv), 153-263, (ix), 271-324, (x), 335-349, (iii), 353-386, (xvi), 1-475. Roman and Italic letter, head and tail pieces, woodcut initials

BACON, Francis
Operum Moralium et Civilium. London, Edward Griffin, D. Pauli and Richard Whitaker, 1638. £1,650 FIRST EDITION, first issue. Folio, pp. (xiv) 148, (iv) 153-263, (vii) 271-324, (x) 335-349, (iii) 353-386, (xvi) 1-475. Roman and italic letter, hea

BACON, Francis
The Essayes or, Counsels, Civill and Morall with A Table of the Colours, or Apparances of Good and Evill, and their Degrees, as places of Perswasion, and Disswasion, and their severall Fallaxes, and the Elenches of them. London, John Beale, 1639.

BACON, Francis
Of the Advancement and Proficience of Learning or the Partitions of Science. Oxford, Leonard Lichfield for Robert Young and Ed. Forest, 1640. £1,250 FIRST EXPANDED EDITION in English, second state. Folio pp. (xxxii) 478, (xx). Roman and italic i

BACON, Francis
Historia Regni Henrici Septimi. Leiden, Francis Hack, 1642. £450 FIRST EDITION in Latin. 12mo. pp. (vi) 7-406, (x). Roman and Italic letter, engraved title featuring men approaching the Wheel of Fortune (sculp. Cornelia von Dalen). Age yellowing

BACON, Francis
Sermones fideles ethici, politici economici. Leiden, Francis Hack, 1644. £325 12mo. (iv) 5-404, (iv). Roman and italic letter, head- and tail-pieces, engraved title page depicting Bacon addressing three men. Age yellowing, title page a bit dusty

BACON, Francis
Historia regni Henrici Septimi. Leiden, Francis Hack, 1647. £350 12mo. pp. (iv) 5-403, (v). Roman letter, finely engraved title page. Slight age yellowing. A good clean copy in contemporary vellum. Gibson 126b. B32

BACON, Francis
The Remaines of the Right Honorable Francis Lord Verulam. London, B. Alsop for Lawrence Chapman, 1648. £650 FIRST EDITION. 4to. pp. (vi) 103. Roman and italic letter, head- and tail-pieces, woodcut initials. Title page and first few leaves a bit

BACON, Francis
Sylva Sylvarum. Leiden, Francis Hack, 1648. £350 12mo. pp, (xxxvi) 612, (iil) 87, (i). Roman letter, finely engraved title page, autograph of Thomas James Phipos at head. Good, clean copy in contemporary vellum (a bit soiled), all edges red.

BACON, Francis
A REVOLUTIONARY EDITION OF PHILOSOPHICAL TEXT Novum Organum Scientiarum. Leiden, Adrian Wyngaerden, 1650. £1,250 12mo. (xxiv) 404. Roman and italic letter, woodcut initial, head- and tail-pieces, engraved title page of ship between the Pillars

BACON, Francis
De augmentis scientiarum libri. Leiden, Adrian Wijngaerden, 1652. £2,750 12mo. pp. (x) 684, (lx), lacking final two blanks. Roman and Italic letter, engraved title page depicting Bacon reading a folio volume with a wildly dressed figure holding

BACON, Francis
Scripta in Naturali et Universali Philosophia. Amsterdam, Ludovico Elzevir, 1653. (with) Historia Naturalis & Experimentalis de Ventis. Leiden, Francis Hack, 1648. £1,250 12mo. Two volumes in one. pp. (xii) 336 + fold-out 337-496, (xvi

BACON, Francis
De Sapientia veterum. Leiden, Joannis Maire, 1658. £150 12mo. Lacking first blank (*1). (xxii) 144. Roman and italic letter, title page with printer's device. Endpapers browned, first loose, light age yellowing, occasional light foxing, a good c

BACON, Francis
Opuscula Varia Posthuma, Philosophica, Civilia, et Theologica. London, R. Danielis, 1658. £1,750 FIRST EDITION, first issue, 8vo. Roman and Italic. pp. (xxxvi) 216, collected and edited by William Rawley. Manuscript 'vendatur 1752 Royen' on titl

BACON, Francis
Sylva Sylvarum (and) New Atlantis. London, William Rawley for W. Lee, 1658. £1,250 Folio, two leaves (engraved portrait and title page), pp. (xvi). Upper margin cropped but with no loss of text, light age yellowing, otherwise a good copy in cont

BACON, Francis
Novum Organum (with) De Ventis. Amsterdam, J. Ravesteinii & Elsevier, 1660. £650 12mo. pp. (xii) 404, (iv) + (xvi) 232, (xvi). Roman letter, finely engraved title page to each work. Good copies in contemporary vellum, early autograph partial

BACON, Francis
Sylva Sylvarum. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 1661. £450 Pp. (xxxii) 549, (xli) 3-86, (x). Roman letter, finely engraved title page, early manuscript case mark beneath, woodcut initials and ornaments. Autograph 'George Sitwell 1677' (of the Renishaw Sitw

BACON, Francis
De Augmentis Scientiarum. Amsterdam, Johannis Ravestemius, 1662. £150 12mo. pp. (xx) 607, (LXVIII). Roman lettter, finely engraved title page, early manuscript 'Liber R. Harby' at head and Mich: Batt a. aR on inner rear board. Light age yellowin

BACON, Francis
Historia Naturalis & experimentalis de ventis. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 1662. £950 12mo. (viii) 232, (xvi). Roman and italic letter, head- and tail-pieces, engraved title page depicting the creation of a tempest through magic. Light age yellowin

BACON, Francis
Historia regni Henrici Septimi. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 1662. £150 12mo. (iv) 5-402, (vi). Roman and italic letter, woodcut initial, head- and tail-pieces, title page engraved with Wheel of Fortune. Title page dusty with light damp staining, age ye

BACON, Francis
Opera Omnia. Frankfurt, J. B. Schonwetteri, 1665. £500 FIRST EDITION, variant issue. Folio, ff. (vi) with the name 'Bibliopola ad Lectorem' replacing half title, (iii) columns 1,324 + Ip + ff (xiv). Roman letter, mainly double column, printer's

BACON, Francis
The History of the Reigns of Henry the Seventh, Henry the Eighth, Edward the Sixth, and Queen Mary. The First written by the Right Honourable Francis, the other Three by the Right Honourable Francis Godwyn. London, W.G. for R. Scot, T. Basset, J.

BACON, Francis
The Essays, Or Counsels, Civil and Moral, with a Table of the Colours of Good and Evil. Whereunto is added the Wisdom of the Ancients. London, M. Clark for S. Mearne, 1680. £950 8vo. (viii) 222, (xiv) 28, (xii) 111, (iii). Roman letter, general

BACON, Francis
The Essays, Or Councils, Civil and Moral, with a Table of the Colours of Good and Evil. And a Discourse on the Wisdom of the Ancients. London, A. Swall, 1691. £250 8vo. pp. (viii) 222, (xiv) 28, (xii) 103, (iii). Roman letter, part titles to sec

BACON, Francis
Opera Omnia. Leipzig, Joannis Justi Erythropili, excudebat Christianus Goezius, 1694. £350 Folio, leaves (ix), numbered columns 1,584, leaves (xxiii). Roman and italic letter, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, light age browning throughou

BACON, Francis
The Essays, Or Councils, Civil and Moral, with a Table of the Colours of Good and Evil. And a Discourse on the Wisdom of the Ancients. London, J. Newton, 1696. £250 8vo. Roman and italic letter, black letter on title page. Title page with slight

BACON, Francis
The Essays, Or Councils, Civil and Moral, with a Table of the Colours of Good and Evil. And a Discourse on the Wisdom of the Ancients. London, E. Holt for Richard Chiswell, 1701. £175 8vo. pp. (viii) 167, (xviii) 114. Roman and italic letter. Ag

BACON, Francis
The Essayes, or counsels, civil and moral. To which is added I. The wisdom of the ancients. II. Of the Colours of Good and Evil. London, A. Millar, 1755. £125 8vo. pp. (viii) 306, (x), last blank. Roman and italic letter. Title page a bit dusty

BACON, Francis
Fables of the Ancients, in Philosophy, Morality, and Civil Policy; Illustrated and Explained. London, J. Cundee for M. Jones, 1803. £75 8vo., frontispiece, pp. (vi) 136. Roman letter, finely engraved portrait of Bacon by H. Cook, woodcut illustra

BACON, Francis
Verulamiana; or opinions on Men, Manners, Literature, Politics and Theology. London, R. Dutton, T. Hurst, John Cawthorn, 1803. £150 FIRST EDITION. 8vo. pp. Engraved authorial portrait + (xxviii) 319. Roman and italic letter. Light age yellowing,

BACON, Francis
De Verulamio Novum Organum, sive Indicia Vera De Interpretatione Naturae. Cui Praefixa Reliqua Instaurationis Magnae; Et Subjecta Parasceve Ad Historiam Naturalem et Experimentalem. Glasgow, J. & J. Scrymgeour, 1803. £75 8vo., pp. (xxxvi) 30

BACON, Francis
Fables of the Ancients, in Philosophy, Morality, and Civil Policy; Illustrated and Explained. A New Edition, With Notes Critical and Explanatory, by Dr. Shaw. London, Thomas Tegg and J. Dick, 1813. £75 8vo., pp. (ix) 10-44. Roman letter, undecor

DELEYNE, Alexandre (ed.)
Analyse de la Philosophie du Chancelier Francois Bacon. (with) La Vie du Chancelier. Amsterdam, Artskée & Merkus, 1755. £275 3 volumes, 8vo. (I & II Analyse, III Vie). pp (iii) 2-411 (i), (

DELEYNE, Alexandre (ed.)
Analyse de la Philosophie du Chancelier Francois Bacon. Leiden, Les Libraires Associes, 1756. £150 8vo. In two volumes pp. (iv) 416 (ii), (ii) 433 (iii). Final leaf of volume II repaired at upper edge without loss, F4 margins torn, printing inse

LOCKE, John and BACON, Francis
Locke's Conduct of the Understanding and Bacon's Essays. London, J. Walker, 1818. £75 24mo. (xii) 262. Engraved double-page frontispiece. Slightly foxed throughout, a good copy in contemporary diced calf by Newby joints worn, marbled end papers

RAWLEY, William (ed.)
Resuscitatio, or bringing into Publick Light severall Pieces of the Works hitherto Sleeping; of the Right Honourable Francis Bacon. (with) Several Letters written by this Honourable Author. London, Sarah Griffin for William Lee, 1657. £1,250 FIR

RAWLEY, William (ed.)
Resuscitatio, or bringing into Publick Light severall Pieces of the Works hitherto Sleeping; of the Right Honourable Francis Bacon. (with) Several Letters written by this Honourable Author. London, Sarah Griffin for William Lee, 1661. £650 Folio

RAWLEY, William (ed.)
Resuscitatio, or bringing into Publick Light severall Pieces of the Works hitherto Sleeping; of the Right Honourable Francis Bacon. (with) Several Letters written by this Honourable Author. London, S.G. and B.G. for William Lee, 1671. £500 FIRST