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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Hogarth, William

Butler, Samuel. Hudibras. B. Motte, London (1726). “In Three Parts. Written at the Time of the Late Wars. Corrected and Amended: With Additions. To which is added Annotations, with an Exact Index of the Whole. Adornd with a new Set of Cuts, Designd and Engravd by Mr. Hogarth”; Frontis and 14 engraved plates (5 folding) by William Hogarth

Butler, Samuel. Hudibras. D. Midwinter, A Bettesworth and C. Hitch, et al., London (1739). “In Three Parts. Written at the Time of the Late Wars. Corrected and Amended: With Additions. To which is added Annotations, with an Exact Index of the Whole”; 7 engraved plates (3 folding) by William Hogarth; Frontis portrait by J. Van der Gucht

Butler, Samuel. Hudibras. J. Bentham, Cambridge (1744). “in Three Parts,Written in the Time of the Late Wars: Corrected and Amended”; Preface and Annotations by Zachery Grey; Frontis by Soest; Illustrated 16 full page engravings (5 folding) by William Hogarth; 1500 copies; 2 volumes

Hogarth, William. The Analysis of Beauty. J. Reeves for the Author, London (1753). “Written with a View of Fixing the Fluctuating Ideas of taste”; Originally issued without the 2 folding plates by Hogarth; 2nd issue with plates

Hogarth, William. Zergliederung der Schonheit. Christian Friederich Voss, Berlin and Potsdam (1754). “The Analysis of Beauty. Written with a View of fixing the fluctuating Ideas of Taste”; translated into German by Christlob Mylius; foreward by Gotthold Lessing; 2 large folding plates by Hogarth; 2nd edition – first German, corrected and with additional material;

Butler, Samuel. Hudibras. C. Hitch, G. Hawkins, et al, London (1764). “In Three Parts”; Second Edition; preface and annotations by Zachery Grey; Frontis by Soest; 16 plates (5 folding) by William Hogarth

Hogarth, William. Hogarth Moralized. S. Hooper and Mrs. Hogarth, London (1768). “Complete Edition of Hogarth's Works”; 76 (9 full-page) text engravings by Hogarth

Butler, Samuel. Hudibras. C. Bathhurst, London (1772). “in Three Parts”; Third Edition; preface and annotations by Zachery Grey; Frontis by Soest; 17 plates by William Hogarth; 2 volumes

Hogarth, William. Biographical Anecdotes of William Hogarth. John Nichols, London (1781). “with a Catalogue of his Works Chronologically Arranged; and Occasional Remarks”

Hogarth, William. Biographical Anecdotes of William Hogarth. John Nichols, London (1782). “with a Catalogue of his Works Chronologically Arranged; and Occasional Remarks”; Second edition – englarged and corrected

Hogarth, William. The Analysis of Beauty. Samuel Bagster, London (1791). Includes “Rule for Drawing Caricaturas: with an Essay on Comic Painting” by Fracis Grose; 7 plates (2 folded) by Hogarth

Hogarth, William. Hogarth Illustrated. J. and J. Boydell, London (1793). From the collections of John Ireland; Second Edition; 3 volumes; 46 plates in vol. 1, 43 in vol 2, and 44 in vol.3 by Hogarth; contains biography of Hogarth

Hogarth, William. Graphic Illustrations of Hogarth. R. Faulder, New Bond Street; And J. Egerton, Whitehall, London (1794). “from Pictures, Drawings and Scarce Prints in the Possession of Samuel Ireland”; a 2nd volume was published 5 years after

Hogarth, William. Before and After. (1806). Uncoloured; a pair of engravings

Hogarth, William. Hudibras. The Whole Works of William Hogarth. London (1806). 12 prints by Hogarth; Poem by Samuel Butler; re-engraved by Thomas Cook

Hogarth, William. March to Finchley.. The Whole Works of William Hogarth. London (1806). Uncoloured engraving by Hogart; re-engraved by Thomas Cook

Hogarth, William. The Invasion. The Whole Works of the Celebrated William Hogarth (1806). “The Invasion: France. The Invasion: England. Plate I, Plate II.”; 2 uncoloured engravings by Hogart; re-engraved by Thomas Cook

Hogarth, William. The Genuine Works of William Hogarth. Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, London (1808). 160 copper engravings by William Hogarth; complete catalogue and commentary by Johns Nichols and George Steevens; 2 volumes

Hogarth, William. The Analysis of Beauty. R Scholey, London (1810). “written with a view of fixing the fluctuating ideas of taste”; includes Rules for Drawings Caraicaturas with an essay on comic painting by Francis Grose; 2 engraved plates, folding; 3rd edition

Hogarth, William. The Works of William Hogarth. R. Scholey, London (1810). “(Including the Analysis of Beauty,) Elucidated by Descriptions, Critical, Moral, and Historical; (Founded on the Most Approved Authorities.) To Which Is Prefixed Some Account of His Life”; Commentary and Biography of Hogarth by Thomas Clerk; 88 engraved plates; 2 volumes

Hogarth, William. The Works of William Hogarth. R. Scholey, London (1812). “(Including the Analysis of Beauty) Elucidated by Descriptions, Critical, Moral, and Historical; (Founded on the Most Approved Authorities.) To Which Is Prefixed Some Account of His Life”; Commentary and Biography of Hogarth by Thomas Clerk; 88 engraved plates; 2 volumes; Second Edition

Hogarth, William. The Works. Plummer and Brewis for Th. Tegg, also R. Griffin, London/Glasgow (1824). 158 engravings (1 folded) after Hogarth by Cook and Davenport; with descriptions; moral commentary by Rev. John Tusler; 2 volumes

Hogarth, William. The Works of Mr. Hogarth Moralized. J. Goodwin, London (1824). Engravings after William Hogarth; Edited by Rev. John Trusler

HOGARTH, William. The Works of William Hogarth. Thomas Tegg. London. (1824). 158 engravings after Hogarth by Mr. Cooke and Mr. Davenport; with descriptions; moral commentary by Rev. John Trusler; 2 volumes; later edition

Hogarth, William. The Works of William Hogarth. Jones and Co, London (1833). “in a Series of Engraving: with Descriptions, and a Comment on Their Moral Tendency, by the Rev. John Trusler”; ancedotes of the author by J. Hogarth and J. Nichols; 107 plates by Hogarth; 2 volumes

Hogarth, William. Hogarths Works. London Printing and Publishing Co., London (1860). 158 engraved plates by Hogarth; 2 volumes; with descriptions and moral commentary by Rev. John Trusler; plus anecdotes of the author by J. Hogarth and J.Nichols

Hogarth, William. The Complete Works of William Hogarth. London Printing And Pub. Co., London (1861). 151 engraved plates by Hogarth; Introduction by James Hannay; Descriptive letterpress by J. Trusler and E.F. Roberts; 2 volumes

Hogarth, William. The Complete Works of William Hogarth. London Printing and Publishing Co, London (1870). 151 engraved plates by Hogarth; Introduction by James Hannay; Descriptive letterpress by J. Trusler and E.F. Roberts; 6 volumes

Hogarth, William. The Complete Works of William Hogarth. William MacKenzie, London (1880). 151 engraved plates by Hogarth; Introduction by James Hannay; Descriptive letterpress by J. Trusler and E.F. Roberts; 6 volumes

Hogarth, William. THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM HOGARTH. The London Printing And Publishing Company Limited, London (1890). 151 engraved plates by Hogarth; Introduction by James Hannay; Descriptive letterpress by J. Trusler and E.F. Roberts; 6 volumes

William Hogarth. The Works of William Hogarth. George Barrie and Son, Philadelphia (1900). “Including the Analysis of Beauty and Five Days Peregrination”; Limited Edition of 1000 numbered sets; edited from the texts of John Nicholas, George Stevens, and Samuel Ireland; Introduction by John Lafarge; chronological catalogue by Austin Dobson; 171 engravings by Hogarth; 10 volumes

Plomer, William. The Family Tree.. The Hogarth Press, London. (1929). Edition of 400 copies

Hogarth, William. Hogarths Graphic Works. Yale University Press (1965). Edited by Ronald Paulson; 346 images by Hogarth; 2 volumes