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  1. Wislicenus, Paul, 1847-1917, correspondent. (8)
  2. Wiston Place [graphic] / [Wenceslaus Hollar]. (1)
  3. Wit of a woman. A pleasant comoedie, vvherein is merily shewen: the wit of a woman. (1)
  4. Witebergae : Excudebant Clemens Schleich & Antonius Schöne, anno MDLXXII [1572] (2)
  5. With arms of Finch, Earl of Aylesford stamped in gold on front cover, from the John Dryden Collection formed by Percey J. Dobell Esquire. (1)
  6. With compliments of Edwin Booth, 1890 [graphic] / [Benjamin Falk]. (1)
  7. with fore-edge ink author and title inscription (3)
  8. With her; on her ... Othello, act IV, [sc. 1] [graphic] / Isaac Taylor del et sculp. (1)
  9. with large arabesque pointille centerpiece (1)
  10. with licence 1614. (4)
  11. with monogram WHS (1)
  12. With the armorial bookplate (t.p. verso) of William Blackstone; C.D. Ginsburg copy. (1)
  13. with V.b.366 (2)
  14. Withals, John. (1)
  15. Wither, George, 1588-1667. (328)
  16. Wither, Richard, active 1661. (3)
  17. Withers, Fabian. (9)
  18. Withers, Robert. (174)
  19. Within a double gilt fillet border a design of swirling gilt tendrils ending in leaves and rose buds which surrounds a central cartouche. Title tooled on upper cover; publisher and date on lower cover. Spine similarly tooled with title placed within the circle of one of the tendrils. Boards and turn-ins edged with gilt fillets. Stamped in black at upper left corner of first endpaper: "THOMPSON." (1)
  20. Within a gilt fillet panel are large open cornerpiece volutes with a stylized palmette fleuron in the center of each corner. Top and bottom cornerpieces joined by tooling with a stylized acanthus leaf and three thin gilt lines. Centerpiece, a blocked pointed oval frame. Spine divided into five compartments with blind and gilt fillet work and panels filled with small fleuron tools. Title placed in second compartment. "R.P. GINAI" (final "N" missing) placed in a blind tooled line in lower compartment of spine. Striated tooling at corners of board edges and a small blossom at board edge nearest spine. Turn-ins tooled with stopped two-line fillets. Doublures have corner tools joined by a rounded four-line frame. (1)