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Charles Carrington

A Bibliography [By Year] of Works Published
Copyright © 2003 Sheryl Straight

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  1. BOOK OF EXPOSITION, THE

    THE SECRETS OF ORIENTAL SEXUOLOGY | [line] | THE | Book of Exposition | (Kitab al-Tzah fi'Ilm al-Nikah b-it-Tanam w-ai-Kamai) | LITERALLY TRANSLATED FROM THE ARABIC | BY | AN ENGLISH BOHEMIAN | WITH TRANSLATOR'S FOREWARD, | NUMEROUS IMPORTANT NOTES ILLUSTRATING THE TEXT, AND SEVERAL INTERESTING APPENDICES | [vignette] | PARIS, LONDON AND NEW YORK | Maison d'Editions Scientifiques | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE | MD.CCCC [1900] | (All Rights reserved)

    12.70cm. x 19.05cm. lvii + 240pp. Limited edition of 300 copies on hand-made paper [per an advertisement "a few copies printed on Indian paper"]. Frontispiece by Paul Avril. Title page in red and black with red border. Decorative first letter to each chapter. Chapter and tail pieces.

    Copy seen printed on India paper. No limitation page and no frontispiece in copy seen. Previously published by Carrington in 1896.

    (Kinsey: 185.6 K35E 1900b. University of Sydney: Deane Ero. B.2.27. Michael Neal Catalogue No.5, April 1989, #14)

  2. CINQUANTE DESSINS DE LÉON LEBÈGUE

    LÉON LEBÈGUE. Illustrations to accompany R.B. Douglas's translation of Les cent nouvelles nouvelles: One hundred merrie and delightsome stories right pleasaunte to relate. Paris: Charles Carrington, [c.1900?]

    24cm. 51 illustrations. Limited edition of 100 copies on Rives. Housed in a black cloth portfolio as issued containing 28 pages of text + 50 drawings done in color for Les Cent Nouvelle Nouvelles [One Hundred Merrie and Delightsome Stories].

    According to an advertisement: "10 copies printed on Rives with a suite of plates in B/w on Chine and 100 copies printed on Rives with color plates." Aside from the bookseller holding, no other copy of this work can be found.

    (University of Texas: NC 246 L397 C5.  Bookseller holding: James Cummins 4/1/|04)

  3. CURIOSITÉS ET ANECDOTES SUR LA FLAGELLATION

    JEAN DE VILLIOT. La Cour Martiale de Miss Fanny Hayward: le knout : la flagellation en Russie : après le bal : les prisons en Sibérie : la flagellation pènale : les "etrangleurs" et la flagellation : la flagellation en Orient : les punitions dans l'armée Anglaise : Historique du baton : la flagellation dans l'art : la flagellation des forcats en Australie. Paris: Librairie des Bibliophiles, 1900.

    15.4cm. x 22.86cm. xx + 434pp. Printed in a limited edition of 25 copies on Japon. According to an advert additional copies were printed on Arches. Title page printed in orange and black. Chapter and tail pieces.

    This work is a collection of flagellation themed stories. From the series La Flagellation à travers le monde. The Court Martial of Miss Fanny Hayward was previously published separately by Carrington in 1899. According to an advert [date unknown] 10 copies were printed on Japon, 25 copies on Whatman and 1000 copies on verge d'Arches, illustrated with 9 drawings by René Lelong. No illustrations seen in this copy. The entry in Ivan Stormgart's catalogue states "Etched frontis according to the front wrapper, limited to 500 copies."

    (Kinsey: 542 V75c. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-TB71-208. Library of Congress: HV8613.V7. Ivan Stormgart Special Catalogue 40, #616)

  4. DESSOUS DE LA PUDIBONDERIE ANGLAISE, LES

    Expliqués dans: Les Divorces anglais ou procès en adultère jugés par le Banc du Roi. Préface par Hector France. Paris: Librairie des Bibliophiles Parisiens, 1900.

    In-18. 460pp.

    Contains a preface by Hector France. According to the entry in the British Library this work was compiled and translated from Trials for Adultery, or the history of divorces, being select trials at doctors commons, for adultery, fornication, cruelty, impotence, etc., four volumes published London: S. Bladon, 1779-1780; with extracts from some English plays, also translated. Previously published by Carrington in 1898.

    (British Library: 10803.b.33. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-NK-308. Michael Neal Catalogue No.5, April 1989, #26)

  5. ETHIOPIAN, THE

    JOHN CAMERON GRANT. A narrative of the Society of human leopards. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1900.

    20cm. xvi + 288pp.

    (British Library: 012641.d.23. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-58260. UCLA: PZ2.4.G768e)

  6. FLAGELLATION AND THE FLAGELLANTS

    FLAGELLATION AND THE FLAGELLANTS | A History of the Rod | in All Countries | from the Earliest Period to the Present Time | by the Rev. Wm. M. Cooper, B.A. | With numerous illustrations | A new edition, revisted and corrected | Paris | Charles Carrington, Editeur | 13, Faubourg Montmartre, 13 | [line] | 1900

    544pp.

    Before you say anything...The imprint of Paris: Charles Carrington is from a label pasted over the original imprint of LONDON | William Reeves 1?? Fleet Street, FC | {All rights Reserved) | 1896. It's possible that Carrington bought sheets of the book and rather than print up a new first signature, pasted on the label. Although until now no one was aware that Carrington ever did this, see also Osrac the self-sufficient, and other poems by J. M. Stuart-Young, which also has a Carrington label pasted over the original imprint [located at UCLA]. Flagellation and the Flagellants was first published in London by James Camden Hotten in 1870 [Ashbee Vol.1 p.460].

    (UCSB: HV8613 .B53)

  7. GENITAL LAWS, THE

    THE | GENITAL LAWS | THEIR | Observance and Violation | BEING A SUPPLEMENT TO THE | ("ETHNOLOGY OF THE SIXTH SENSE") | BY | Dr. Jacobus X * * * | FRENCH ARMY-SURGEON | Author of: Untrodden Fields of Anthropology; The Ethnology [small solid dot] | the Sixth Sense; Medico-Legal Examination of the Abuses, Perversions, and Dementia | of the Genital Faculty; and Several Works on Military Science; | Officer de la Legion d'honneur; Officier de l'Instruction publique; etc.; etc. | [vignette] | PARIS, LONDON AND NEW-YORK | MAISON D'EDITIONS SCIENTIFIQUES | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | MD.CCCC [1900] | (All Rights reserved)

    13.34cm. x 20.32cm. xxiii + 446pp. Possibly printed by Theime, in a limited edition of 600 copies. Title page in red and black with red border.

    A note in the copy seen at Kinsey states this work was printed by Theime. The French translation was published by Carrington in 1906 as Les Lois Génitales. Genital Laws was also published by Harry Nichols in 1901 under his Walpole Press imprint. See also Ethnology of the Sixth Sense and De l'Amour.

    (Kinsey: 521 X1LE. University of Sydney: Heymanson No.012)

  8. LOVE AND SAFETY

    Or Love and Lasciviousness with Safety and Secrecy by the Empress of Asturia. (The Modern Sappho); Assisted by her favourite Lizette and Others. Erotica Biblion Society of London and New-York, [n.d. c.1900].

    139pp. Printed on semi-glossy laid paper watermarked The Conqueror. Two appendices.

    Probably initiated by Carrington, printed by Gaucher. Previously published by Augustin Brancart in 1891 as Tit-Bits.

    (Addendum #2 to Mendes, new additin as 14-Cbis)

  9. MEDICO-LEGAL EXAMINATION OF THE ABUSES, ABERRATIONS, AND DEMENTIA OF THE GENITAL SENSE

    MEDICO-LEGAL | EXAMINATION | Of the | ABUSES, ABERRATIONS, AND DEMENTIA | OF THE GENITAL SENSE | BY | Dr JACOBUS X... | FRENCH ARMY SURGEON | AND | AUTHOR OF : "UNTRODDEN FIELDS OF ANTHROPOLOGY "; " ETHNOLOGY | OF THE SIXTH SENSE "; " GENITAL LAWS "; etc., etc. | [vignette] | PRIVATELY PRINTED | FOR THE SOCIETY | OF | British and American Anthropologists [n.d. c.1900]

    8vo. 543pp. Limited edition of 750 copies. Title page with border

    This work was also published in 1900 by Harry Nichols under his Walpole Press imprint. Falstaff Press issued a copy in c.1930s, as The Abuses, Aberations and Crimes of the Gential Sense, Paris: Charles Carrington, n.d.

    (Kinsey: 530 X1a. British Library: Cup.364.c.94. University of Sydney: Deane Ero. A.4.21)

  10. MEMOIRS OF A RUSSIAN PRINCESS

    PASHA KATOUMBAH. Gleaned from her secret diary. Compiled noted and arranged by Katoumabah Pasha. London: Privately Printed, 1890 [c.1900].

    8vo. 153pp. Printed on rough hand-made paper watermarked Arches.

    Probably Carrington. Previously published by Maheu and possibly by Carrington in 1890. A clandestine U.S. edition was published in New York: c.1930 by Erotika Biblion Society.

    (Mendes 49-C. British Library: P.C.31.d.13)

  11. MUSK, HASHISH, AND BLOOD

    Musk, Hashish | AND BLOOD | BY | HECTOR FRANCE | [star] | With 22 Copper plate | ILLUSTRATIONS BY | PAUL AVRIL | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | 1900

    Title page only seen. According to an advertisement in "Bibliotheca Carringtoniensis": "21 engravings by Paul Avril. English antique deckled paper. Type by Protat (of Mâcon) and copperplate illustrations printed in the text by Wittman (of Paris)." This book was also published in 1900 by Harry Nichols under his Walpole Press imprint with 22 etchings; and reissued by Falstaff Press and by Panurge Press in c.1930.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-52227)

  12. MY MARRIED LIFE

    My Married Life | OR | An up to Date | household in Paris | [vignette] | Privately Printed | [line] | MCM [1900]

    11.43cm. x 17.78cm. 157pp. Printed on glossy wove paper. Title page in black.

    Possibly Carrington. This is a translation of Autour du Marriage de Paulette, 1893. A note in the Kinsey copy questions if this work is a fragment or not.

    (Kinsey: E 823.7 M99 1900. Mendes: 132. British Library: P.C.14.h.7)

  13. NELL IN BRIDEWELL

    NELL | IN | BRIDEWELL | (LENCHEN IM ZUCHTHAUSE) | [line] | DESCRIPTION | of the | SYSTEM OF CORPORAL PUNISHMENT | (FLAGELLATION) | IN THE FEMALE PRISONS OF SOUTH GERMANY | up to the year 1848; | A CONTRIBUTION TO THE HISTORY OF MANNERS. | [line] | FROM THE GERMAN OF | W. REINHARD | ENGLISHED BY | W. C. COSTELLO Ph. D. and A. R. ALLINSON M. A. | [line] | PARIS | Society of British Bibliophiles | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMANTRE, 13 | [line] | 1900

    13.34cm. x 27.77cm. xv + 326pp. Printed by A. G. Lemale, Havre in a limited edition of 500 copies printed on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder. Sprinkled page edges. Title page printed in red and black. Chapter pieces.

    12 plates associated with this work were issued separately according to the advert in the book. First issued in German in 1840 as Lenchen im Zuchthause. The French translation was published by Carrington in 1901 as La flagellation des femmes en Allemagne. A later facsimile reprint, with illustrations, was published in c.1932 [The Psyche Press?].

    (Kinsey: 833.7 R369 l5E 1900. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-R-16726)

  14. PHILOSOPHICAL THERESA, THE

    Or Philosophy for the Ladies. Paris: Société des Bibliophiles Étrangers, 1900.

    8vo. vi + 204pp. (Probably) printed by Theime on hand-made paper watermarked Arches. Frontispiece + 5 full-page plates, 2 of which are in color. Chapter pieces.

    The author is ascribed to J.B. Boyer, Marquis d'Argens. This work is an English translation of Therese Philosophe, Paris: c.1748; although Carrington probably used the text from an edition of The Philosophical Theresa published in c.1830 by either Cannon or J.B. Brookes.

    (Mendes: 133. Bookseller Holding: Berkelouw Books 4/1/04)

  15. SWORD AND WOMANKIND, THE

    THE SWORD [3 small decorations] | AND WOMANKIND: | .. Being a .. study of the | influence | .. of .. | "the queen of weapons" upon the moral | and social status of women. Adapted from | de Beaumont's "L'Epée et les femmes," | with additions and an index by ... | ... Alfred Allinson, M. A., Oxon., | and an etched frontispiece by Albert Bessé. | Society of British Bibliophiles, 1900.

    23cm. xx + 410pp. Limited edition of 1000 copies.

    In the note to a 1921 edition held at Kinsey (with illustrations by Paul Avril?): "Reprint of Carrington [i.e. Imperial Press], 1905". Later published by Panurge Press in 1929.

    (British Library: X.520|22312. National Library of Australia: mfm 1424. UCLA: Microfilm HQ1101.H57 reel 504 no.3824)

  16. VENUS SCHOOL-MISTRESS

    Aphrodite Flagellatrix. De gustibus non est disputandum. Venus Schools-Mistress or Birchen Sports. Reprinted from the edition of 1788 with a preface by Mary Wilson containing some accounts of the late Mrs. Berkley. Paris: Societe des Bibliophiles, MDCCC [1900]

    165pp. Printed on laid paper watermarked The Conqueror.

    Previously issued in a "deluxe" edition by Carrington in 1898. Later published by Carrington in 1917.

    (Addenda to Mendes: 118-B)

  17. WEIRD WOMEN

    WEIRD WOMEN | [line] | The Crimson Curtain; Happiness | in Crime; A Dinner of Atheists; A | Woman' Vengence | [fleuron] | TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH | of | Barbey d'Aurevilly | [vignette] | WITH EIGHT WOOD ENGRAVINGS | LONDON | PRIVATELY PRINTED | LUTETIAN BIBLIOPHILES' SOCIETY | [line] | 1900

    12mo. xv + 490pp. Two volumes in one. Limited edition of 500 copies on Van Gelder. Frontispiece by Lambrecht + 13 wood-engraved plates [8 by Emile Mas and 4 by Ren René Lelong], all engraved by Eugene Dété.

    Title page only seen. Illustration attributions from advert in a 1906 Carrington catalogue. Forward by Charles Carrington. Two stories in the book not listed on the title page: Don Juan's Proudest Triumph and What Lay beneath the Cards. The copy seen at Kinsey is a 1960s or 1970s paperback.

    (Library of Congress: PQ2189.B32 D57. Michael Neal Catalogue No.5 April 1989, #9. Bookseller holding: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts, 8/5/04)

  18. BASIS OF PASSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, THE

    THE BASIS | OF | PASSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY | A STUDY OF THE LAWS OF LOVE IN MAN | AND THE LOWER ANIMALS | BY | DR. JACOBUS X *** | FRENCH ARMY-SURGEON | Author of: Untrodden Fields of Anthropology; The Ethnology of the Sixth | Sense; Genital Laws; Medico-Legal Examination of the Abuses, Perversions, and | Dementia of the Genital Faculty; also Several Works on Military Science; | Officer de la Legion d'honneur; Officier de l'Instruction publique; etc.; etc. | [decorative line] | [line] | VOLUME I [II] | [line] | [decorative line] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | 1901

    14.61cm. x 22.23cm. Two volumes. pp. xx + 323, vii + 285. Printed by Theime on laid paper in a limited edition of 400 copies. Title page printed in orange and black. Chapter and tail pieces.

    On the original paper wraps the publisher shows as "Librairie de l'editions | 4 rue de Furstenberg"

    (Kinsey: 521 X1ba. British Library: P.C.20.b.29. University of Sydney: Deane Ero. A.4.25)

  19. CALLIPYGES, THE

    (Sidelights on English Society) the whole philosophy and secret mystery of female flagellation now for the first time fully exposed by four English ladies. With experiments and detailed Instructions as to the Proper Conduct of this noble Pastime. London [Paris]: n.p., 1901.

    Two volumes. pp. 107, 124. Limited to 250 copies printed on India paper.

    This work is an English translation of Les Callipyges ou les Délices de la verge written by E.D. and published by Augustin Brancart in Brussels, 1892. Re-published by Carrington in 1903 and 1907. Although Desjardins may be a pseudonym used by Edmund Dumoulin, Mendes argues in his notes to 137-A that Dumoulin and Desjardins may in fact be two different people, with Desjardins the author of flagellation themed novels. Only these E.D./Desjardin texts were translated into English.

    (Mendes: 137-A)

  20. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEN TWO YOUNG PARISIAN LADIES

    Un Été | à la Campagne | CORRESPONDENCE | BETWEEN | Two Young Parisian Ladies | Collected by | A Man of the World | Being an English translation of the famous | little erotic classic | "Un Été à La Campagne" | [decoration] | PARIS | PRIVATELY PRINTED | 1901

    13.97cm. x 22.23cm. 172pp. Printed on wove paper. Title page printed in red and black.

    This work is an English translation of Un Été à La Campagne, published by Poulet-Malassis in Brussels, 1868 [although possibly earlier according to Pia 704] with a frontispiece by Félicien Rops. Later published in 1925 with the original title of Un Été à La Campagne, illustrated by Martin van Maele.

    Falsly ascribed to Gustave Droz. The story goes that a young man in partnership with M. Lecrivain called on Poulet-Malassis, offering him an erotic novel which he had written. On looking the MS through, Poulet-Malassis found that although the style was dull, the tale was capable of improvement and rewrote the book.

    (Kinsey: 843.7 E83 E 1901. Mendes: 136)

  21. CURIOUS CASES OF FLAGELLATION IN FRANCE

    AUGUSTIN CABANÈS. Considered from a legal, medical and historical standpoint with reference to analogous cases in England, Germany, Italy, America, Australia and Soudan. London: Privately printed for the subscribers to Dr. Cabanès "Bypaths of History", 1901.

    15.24cm. x 22.86cm. xxiv + 269pp. Printed by Theime in a limited edition of 500 copies on Hollande. Engraved frontispiece after an old French engraving, "The Flagellation of Venus".

    (Kinsey: 542.1 C11f 1901. British Library: Cup.410.f.879. Library of Congress: HV8613.C12)

  22. DAWN OF SENSUALITY, THE

    Lutetia, 1900 [1901?].

    170pp. Limited edition of 200 copies printed on hand-made paper watermarked Arches. Probably printed in Paris. Title on the front wrapper: My Secret Life | The Dawn | of Sensuality

    This work is a reprint of the first 6 chapters of the first volume of My Secret Life. In Forbidden Books the publication date is given as 1901. It is thought that Carrington may have been the courier between the author in London and the publisher in Amsterdam or Brussels [Augustin Brancart?] of the original manuscript of My Secret Life. Carrington was later selling the 11 volume set, possibly remainders [12 volumes if you include the separate extensive index] in c.1897-8 and later in 1902. At the time of Carrington's death, Henri Michaux states Carrington's stock contained the complete set of 12 volumes bound in full Morocco leather, original yellow covers retained, no title.

    (Mendes: 130)

  23. DE L'AMOUR

    DR. JACOBUS X [Louis Jacolliot]. L'ethnologie du sens génital. De l'Amour: Étude physiologique De l'Amour normal et de ses abuse, perversions, folies et crimes dans l'espèce humaine / par le Dr. Jacobus X ... auteur De l'Amour aux Colonies. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1901.

    23cm. xii + 421pp. Limited edition of 750 copies.

    A French translation of The Ethnology of the Sixth Sense published by Carrington in 1898. See also The Genital Laws

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-90000 (1539). University of Sydney: Deane Ero. A.4.23. National Library of the Netherlands: 346 F 60)

  24. EN VIRGINIE

    JEAN DE VILLIOT | [line] | EN VIRGINIE | ÉPISODE DE LA GUERRE DE SÉCESSION | PRÉCÉDÉ D'UNE ÉTUDE | SUR | L'ESCLAVAGE ET LES PUNITIONS CORPORELLES | EN AMÉRIQUE | [line] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON, ÉDITEUR | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | [line] | 1901

    13.34cm. x 21.59cm. xxxvi + 344pp. Printed by Charles Hérissey on laid paper. Title page printed in red and black. Illustrated chapter pieces by Adolphe Lambrecht. Frontispiece by an unknown artist.

    First published openly by Carrington in 1899 as Memories of Dolly Morton, this present reprint retains the flagellation scenes from the 1899 English edition of Dolly Morton but is expurgated of all the sexual descriptions. Also published by Jean Fort, in 1901 as En Virginie under the publishing imprint of "Collection Précieuse" [RES P- Y2- 1000 (193)].

    (Kinsey: 843.7 v75 e5 1901. Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-297. Library of Congress: HV8613 .V8)

  25. ÉTUDE SUR LA FLAGELLATION A TRAVERS LE MONDE

    ÉTUDE | SUR | La Flagellation | A TRAVERS LE MONDE | Aux points de vue | HISTORIQUE, MÉDICAL, RELIGIEUX, | DOMESTIQUE ET CONJUGAL | AVEC | UN EXPOSÉ DOCUMENTAIRE DE LA FLAGELLATION | DANS | LES ÉCOLES ANGLAISES ET LES PRISONS MILITAIRES | [line] | DEUXIÉME ÉDITION, AUGMENTÉE | [line] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON | XIII, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, XIII | [short line] | MCMI [1901]

    8vo. xxiv + 646pp. 21 illustrations by René Lelong and Eugène Dété.

    An augmented edition of the 1899 Carrington.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-TB71-196(A). Union Catalogue of Italy: IT\ICCU\NAP\0283745)

  26. FLAGELLATION DES FEMMES EN ALLEMAGNE, LA

    LA FLAGELLATION | DES FEMMES | EN ALLEMAGNE | Récit authentique d'une Prisonnière | TRADUIT DE L'ALLEMAND DE | W. REINHARD | PAR | JEAN DU VILLIOT | Vingt illustrations par MARTIN VAN MAELE | [vignette] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | [line] | 1901

    13.97cm. x 22.86cm. xi + 356pp. Printed by A.-G. Lemale [from a note in the copy at Kinsey] in a limited edition of 500 copies on Holland. Frontispiece + 20 engravings by Martin van Maele w/tissue guards. In-text illustrations by J.W. [J. Wely?] and G.D. [G. Dola?].

    Originally published under the title Lenchen im Zuchthause in c.1848. This present work is a French translation of the English edition, Nell in Bridewell, published in 1900 by Charles Carrington under his Society of British Bibliophiles imprint.

    (Kinsey: 833.7 R369 l5F 1901. The Satyrical Drawings of Martin van Maele, Cythera Press, 1970)

  27. HUMAN GORILLAS, A STUDY OF RAPE WITH VIOLENCE

    COMTE ROSCAUD. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1901.

    8vo. xiv + 235pp.

    It appears Carrington issued two editions of this work, one of which is illustrated. See entry below.

    (British Library: 366.ee.25. Bibliothèque Nationale: RES 8-T21-692)

  28. HUMAN GORILLAS, A STUDY OF RAPE WITH VIOLENCE

    COMTE ROSCAUD. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1901.

    8vo. xiv + 223pp. Illustrated.

    It appears Carrington issued two editions of this work, one of which is illustrated. See entry above.

    (British Library: Cup.363.cc.1)

  29. LIVES OF FAIR AND GALLANT LADIES

    BRANTÔME [Brantôme, Pierre de Bourdeille]. Translated from the original by A. R. Allinson. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1901.

    13.33cm. x 20.32cm. Two volumes in one [2 title pages]. pp. xliii + 379, 464. Preface by H. Vigneau. Limited edition of 750 copies on deckle-edged paper and 500 copies on unnumbered India paper. Frontispiece + 50 hand-colored illustrations hors-texte by Adolphe Lambrecht.

    Previously published by Carrington in 1901 as Les Vies des Dames Galantes. It appears this present work was originally issued in two separate volumes, one volume with the Lambrecht illustrations. The first appearance of Dames Galantes may have been in 1666, done in two volumes of a series titled Mémoires de Messire Pierre de Bourdeill, Leyde: J. Sambix, 1666.

    (Kinsey: 843.4 B82 v6E 1901. British Library: C.115.pp.6. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-LN17-47 (4). University of Texas: DC 112 A4 B45 1901)

  30. MARQUIS DE SADE ET SON OEUVRE DEVANT LA SCIENCE MÉDICALE ET LA LITERATURE MODERNE

    DR. JACOBUS X [Louis Jacolliot]. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1901.

    8vo. [iv]+xiii+[3]+480pp. Printed by Bussière in a limited edition of 510 copies, of which 500 are printed on Holland.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Z-1339. UCLA: PQ2063.S3 X1. Libertine Literature-Americana-Plate Books, Sale No.193, Dec. 14, 1993, #28)

  31. MEMOIRS OF A RUSSIAN BALLET GIRL

    MEMOIRS | OF A | RUSSIAN | BALLET GIRL | BY | THE AUTHOR OF "THE CALLIPYGES" | VOLUME 1 (2) | [decoration] | MONTE CARLO | FOR PRIVATE CIRCULATION ONLY | 1901

    12.7cm. x 19.05cm. Two volumes in one [w/2 title pages]. pp. ix + 222, i + 145. Limited edition of 350 copies probably printed by Theime. Copy seen printed on India paper. Also issued on hand-made paper. Title pages printed in red and black.

    A French edition was published by Carrington in 1905 as Mémories d'une Danseuse Russe. Previously published in 1892 by Brancart [under the imprint "sous les gleries du Palais Royal"] as Memoires d'une Danseuse Russe written by E.D. Later re-published in 3 volumes by Hirsch in 1903 [See Mendes: 138-B]. Although Desjardins may be a pseudonym used by Edmund Dumoulin, Mendes argues in his notes to 137-A that Dumoulin and Desjardins may in fact be two different people, with Desjardins the author of flagellation themed novels. Only these E.D./Desjardin texts were translated into English.

    (Kinsey: 843.7 E22 m5E 1901. Mendes: 138-A)

  32. MYSTÈRES DE LA MAISON DE LA VERVEINE, LES

    JEAN DE VILLIOT. Ou Miss Bellasis fouettée pour vol, tableau de l'éducation des jeunes Anglaises, adapté de l'anglais par Jean de Villiot. Illustrations par Adolphe Lambrecht. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1901

    8vo. viii + 156pp.

    From the series La Flagellation à Travers le Monde. Previously published in English by Carrington in 1898 and in 1904 as The Mysteries of Verbena House with the author as Etoniensis [George Augustus Sala?]. Carrington also republished this work in 1904 as La Maison de la Verveine. The original work was issued in two parts: pages 1-96 were issued in 1881, the remaining pages in 1882, probably by Lazenby [Ashbee: Vol.3, p.260 and Mendes 74-A]. It's also possible that the author is not Sala but Campbell Reddie, or at least Reddie was involved [Gibson, Ian. The Erotomaniac: p.108].

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-19931)

  33. PASSION AND CRIMINALITY IN FRANCE

    PASSION AND CRIMINALITY | IN FRANCE | A LEGAL AND LITERARY STUDY | BY | LOUIS PROAL | ONE OF THE PRESIDING JUDGES | AT THE COURT OF APPEAL OF RIOM (PUY-DE-DÔMEE) | LAUREATE OF THE "INSTITUT" [sic]| TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH | BY | A. R. ALLINSON M.A. (OXON.) | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON | 13 FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE | 1901

    23cm. xxiv + 679pp. Printed by Turnbull and Spears. Top edge gilt. Deckled edges. Head and tail bands. Title page printed in black only.

    Title page only seen. This work is an English translation of Le crime et le suicides passionnels [Paris: Félix Alcan, 1900]. There was an edition published by Imperial Press, London in 1905 [See entry below]. Imperial Press may have been Carrington's London agent. A pirated copy was done, probably c.1930s, which shows no date on the title page, no printer, and the thickness is ¼ inch lesss than this Carrington due to the cheap paper used.

    (British Library: X.200/6283. Rose: 3729. University of Sydney: Heymanson No.930. Ivan Stormgart Special Catalogue 40, #498.)

  34. PETITES FLAGELLATIONS, LES

    JEAN DE VILLIOT. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1901.

    13.97cm. x 19.05cm. xxxvi + 294pp. Printed by Bussière on hand-made paper. Title page printed in black only. Decorative first letter of each chapter. Frontispiece + 1 illustrated chapter piece and 13 in-text illustrations by an unknown artist.

    (Kinsey: 542.1 V75p)

  35. PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY, THE

    The Picture | OF | DORIAN GRAY | By | OSCAR WILDE | [vignette] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON | 13 FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | 1901

    20cm. viii + 334pp.

    Title page only seen. This work was printed from the plates of an 1895 edition published by Ward, Locke and Bowden Ltd. Dorian Gray first appeared in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Warde and Locke published the first edition in book form April 1891 in an edited and enlarged edition; Wilde added chapters 3, 5, 15, 16, 17 and 18 to the original version published in Lippincott's Monthly Magazine [Sotheby's Auction: Oct. 29, 2004; Lot 42]. A large paper edition was published three months later in a limited edition of 250 copies [Sotheby's Auction: Oct. 29, 2004; Lot 45]. Carrington also published editions in 1905, 1908 x 2, 1908(1910), 1909 and 1910 x 2.

    (Mason: #331. Bookseller holding: Paul Snijders, Antiquariaat Fokas Holthuis)

  36. PLAGUE OF LUST, THE

    THE | PLAGUE OF LUST | BEING A HISTORY OF VENEREAL DISEASE | IN | CLASSICAL ANTIQUITY, | AND INCLUDING:-DETAILED INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE | CULT OF VENUS, AND PHALLIC WORSHIP, BROTHELS, THE NOVOOS ORLELX (FEMININE DISEASE) OF THE | SCYTHIANS, PAEDERASTIA, AND OTHER SEXUAL | PERVERSIONS AMONGST THE ANCIENTS, | AS CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARDS | THE EXACT INTERPRETATION OF THEIR WRITINGS | BY | Dr. JULIUS ROSENBAUM | TRANSLATED FROME THE SIXTH (UNABRIDGED) GERMAN EDITION | BY | AN OXFORD M.A. | [line] | THE FIRST OF TWO VOLUMES | [line] | Paris | CHARLES CARRINGTON | PUBLISHER OF MEDICAL FOLKLORE AND HISTORICAL WORKS | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | MDCCCCI [1901] | The price of this work complete is FIVE GUINEAS

    14.61cm. x 22.86xm. Two volumes. pp. xxxv + 297, vi + 342. Printed by Theime in Holland in a limited edition of 500 copies on hand-made laid paper. Title page printed in red and black with red and black border. Chapter and tail pieces.

    This present work is the English translation of Rosenbaum's Geschichte der Lustseuche im Alterthume. Nebst ausführlichen Untersuchungen über den Venus-und Phalluscultus, published in 1845 [Wellcome Library: 44598B]. Although printed by Theime in Holland in 1898 [per the colophon in the second volume] it was not published until this 1901 [Legman: The Horn Book, p.52]. In a copy held by William Dailey Rare Books, Gershon Legman's note attributes this English translation to Francis Byrne, whereas Goodland attributes the translation to Alfred Allinson [Goodland p.526].

    (Kinsey: 616.99 R81gE 1901. British Library: Cup.366.ee.26. University of Sydney: Deane Ero. A.1.15. Wellcome Library: TQ.D Vol.1 and TQ.d Vol.2)

  37. PUCELLE DE THILHOUSE, LA

    HONORÉ DE BALZAC. Conte drolatique, manuscrit et enluminé par Léon Lebègue. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1901.

    Small 4to. 39pp. 25 printed pages of hand-written text. Limited edition of 200 on vergé d'Arches. Numerous illuminated images and vignettes in color by Léon Lebègue.

    See also La Mye du Roy: conte drolatique, published by Carrington in 1902.

    (Monod: 894.  Michael Neal Catalogue No.5 April 1989, #8.  Sotheby's: Sale PF2017, Lot 334, 12/06/02)

  38. SUBURBAN SOULS

    SUBURBAN [fleuron] | [fleuron] SOULS | The Erotic Psychology | of a Man and a Maid | THE FIRST OF THREE VOLUMES | PARS | PRINTED FOR DISTRIBUTION AMONGST | PRIVATE SUBSCRIBERS ONLY : 1901

    15.24cm. x 22.86cm. Three volumes in one. pp. 304, 288, 313pp. Limited edition of 150 copies printed on what appears to be thin parchment. Title page of each 'volume' in red and black.

    The author is attributed to John S. Farmer [See Legman's The Horn Book].

    (Kinsey: 823.8 S93 1901. Mendes: 139)

  39. TALES TOLD OUT OF SCHOOL

    London: n.p., 1901.

    4to. 94pp. Printed on hand-made paper watermarked Velin d'Arches.

    This work is a reprint of tales 7, 8 and 9 in volume 3 of Love's Tell Tale, published by William Dugdale in 1863 [The first 3 volumes of the original 4]. This work was originally published in 1830 as The Ladies Tell-Tale. The first three volumes were published by John Ascham and the fourth volume by William Dugdale [Ashbee: Vol.3, p.282].

    (Mendes: 140. British Library: P.C.19.b.20)

  40. THAIS

    THAIS | TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH | OF | ANATOLE FRANCE | [quotation] | LONDON | CHARLES CARRINGTON | 1901 | All rights reserved

    8vo. 304pp. Limited edition of 500 copies on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder. Frontispiece + 20 engravings by Martin van Maele done in shades of black and brown; with tissue guards.

    An English translation [first English?] of France's adaptation of the Golden Legend tale. Originally published in Paris by Calmann-Lévy, 1890; and again by Romagnol in 1900, with illustrations by Lauren, in a limited edition of 300 copies [Forbidden Books, p.29]. Anatole France is a pseudonym used by Jacques Anatole Thibault.

    (Kinsey: 843.7 F815 t3E 1901.  The Satyrical Drawings of Martin van Maele; Cythera Press, 1970. Private collection.)

  41. THAIS

    THAIS | TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH | OF | ANATOLE FRANCE | [quotation] | LONDON | CHARLES CARRINGTON | 1901 | All rights reserved

    8vo. x + 304pp. Limited edition of 500 copies on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder "Entered at Stationers Hall". No illustrations.

    Preface signed R.B.D.

    (British Library: YA.1999.b.5523;  Carnegie Mellon (Posner Collection): 843 F81T 1901)

  42. UNE SOCÉTÉ DE FLAGELLANTES

    MARGARET ANSON [James Glass Bertram]. Réminiscences et révélations d'une soubrette de grande maison par Marguerite Anson. Adapté de l'anglais par Jean de Villiot. Illustrations d'Adolphe Lambrecht. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1901.

    23 cm. xvi + 280pp. Illustrations by Adolphe Lambrecht.

    This is a French translation of The Merry Order of St. Bridget, first issued in London by James Camden Hotten in 1868 [Ashbee v.1 p.305, p.460]. Carrington reissued this title again in 1902 with illustrations by Martin van Maele and Adolphe Lambrecht. Anson is a pseudonym used by James Glass Bertram who also used the pseudonym Rev. W. H. Cooper.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-315. Monod: 308. University of Sydney: Deane Ero. D.3.19)

  43. VIES DES DAMES GALANTES, LES

    LES VIES DES | DAMES GALANTES | TIRÉES DES MÉMOIRES DE | MESSIRE PIERRE DE BOURGEILLE | SEIGNEUR DE BRANTÔME | Nouvelle édition réimprimée sur l'originale | de 1666, augmentée de notes et additions. | CINQUANTE DESSINS | PAR AD. LAMBRECHT. | PARIS: 1901 | CH. CARRINGTON, | EDITEUR, XIII FAUBOURG | MONTMARTRE | PREMIER VOLUME

    8vo. Two volumes. pp. xxii + 307, 403. Printed by Theime in a limited edition of 750 copies on Arches. Frontispiece + 50 drawings by Adolphe Lambrecht done in watercolor, all with tissue-guards. Title page in red and black. Chapter titles in red. Chapter pieces.

    Also issued in English by Carrington in 1901 as Lives of Fair and Gallant Ladies. Later published by Paul Cotinaud in 1929 with illustrations by André Collot. Published again by Georges Briffaut as Les dames galantes in 2 volumes, 1930-1931 with illustrations by Joseph Hémard. And Éditions Athêna, 1948 with illustrations by Paul-Emile Bécat.

    (Kinsey: 843.4 B82 v6 1901. Bibliothèque Nationale: SMITH LESOUEF R-640 and SMITH LESOUEF R-641. Monod: 1880)

  44. BEAU NÈGRE, LE

    HECTOR FRANCE | [line] | Le | Beau Nègre | ROMAN | DE | MŒURS SUD-AMÉRICAINES | [line] | Paris | CHARLES CARRINGTON, LIBRARIE-EDITEUR | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | [line] | 1902

    8vo. 414pp. Printed by E. Arrault et Cie. Illustrated cover by Louis Malteste [per advert in Pantoufle de Sapho]. Illustrations by G. Dola [from front cover]. Title page in red and black. Head and tail pieces.

    Title page, cover and colophon only seen.

    (British Library: X.909/19727. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-53447. Library of Congress: PQ2256.F14 B4. Brown University: RIBGR09670961-B)

  45. BEN-HUR

    LEWIS WALLACE. Des temps de Jésus-Christ. Traduit de l'anglais par Maurice Strauss. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1902.

    In-18. 536pp.

    Translation by Maurice Strauss. First published in 1880.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-53397)

  46. CHAMBRE JAUNE, LA

    JACQUES DESROIX. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1902.

    8vo. 354pp.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-53599. Michael Neal Catalogue No.5, April 1989, #23)

  47. DE QUELQUES CONDAMNATIONS LITTÉRAIRES

    DE QUELQUES | CONDAMNATIONS LITTÉRAIRES | A PROPOS D'UN LIVRE SUR | LA FLAGELLATION | PAR | JUDEX | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON, LIBRAIRE-ÉDITEUR | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | [line} | 1902

    11.43cm. x 15.88cm. 99pp. Printed on laid paper watermarked Van Gelder. Title page printed in red and black. Chapter and tail pieces.

    A note from the copy at Kinsey states the author's name is H. D. Hughes (Herbert Delauney); although Judex has been attributed to Charles Carrington.

    (Kinsey: 070.13 J92d. Bibliothèque Nationale: Z BARRES-27758)

  48. FEMME ET SON MAÎTRE, LA

    La Flagellation à Travers le Monde | [3 small decorations] | JEAN DE VILLIOT | LA FEMME | ET | SON MAITRE | [decoration] | [illustration by Trilleau] | CHARLES CARRINGTON, EDITEUR | PARIS, 13, Faubourg Montmartre | 1902

    12.70cm. x 19.69cm. xxvii + 266pp. Printed by Albert Manier on laid paper. Title page printed in red and black. Red border on all pages. Chapter and tail pieces. Frontispiece by Gaston Trilleau done in orange and black.

    Preface by Jacques Desroix. From the series La Flagellation à Travers le Monde. Reissued in English by Carrington in 1904 as Woman and Her Master.

    (Kinsey: 843.7 V75 f35 1902. Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-326)

  49. FLAGELLANTS ET LES FLAGELLÉS DE PARIS, LES

    Charles VIRMAITRE | Les Flagellants | et | Les Flagellés | de Paris | [vignette] | Paris | Charles Carrington | XIII, Faubourg Montmartre, XIII | [short rule] | MCMII (1902)

    8vo. xcii + 303pp.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-1000 (211). Université de Montréal: 843.89/V819f. Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin: Rg 4285)

  50. FORBIDDEN BOOKS

    FORBIDDEN BOOKS | NOTES and GOSSIP | ON TABOOED LITERATURE | by | AN OLD BIBLIOPHILE | [line] | [quotation] | [line] | PARIS | FOR THE AUTHOR AND HIS FRIENDS | 1902

    23cm. xii + 183 pp. Limited edition of 200 copies. Decorative red border on title page. Head pieces.

    As the title suggests, a collection of information on forbidden books. Although attributed to Charles Carrington by Gershon Legman, I have my doubts. It's interesting to note that the reprint done by Roth in c.1937, 227.pp, is filled with spelling errors. Are the mistakes are carried over from the Carrington original or from Roth not checking the proofs? The copy held at Kinsey is the Roth reprint.

    (Mendes: page xv. British Library: Cup.713/94. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Q-4665. University of Sydney: Deane Ero. D. 2.37.)

  51. FRANK AND I

    A study of flagellation in England by the author of "Dolly Morton". Paris: Printed for distribution amongst private subscribers only, 1902.

    Three volumes in one. pp. 206, 184, 170pp. Probably printed by Theime, in a limited edition of 350 copies on hand-made paper.

    The French translation was published openly by Carrington in 1904 as Camille et Moi, which retains the flagellation scenes but is expurgated of all the sexual descriptions.

    (Mendes: 142)

  52. GYNÉCOCRATIE, LA

    JACQUES DESCROIX. Ou La Domination de la femme. Précédé d'une Étude sur le masochisme dans l'histoire et les traditions, par Laurent Tailhade. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1902.

    15.88cm. x 24.77. xiv + 317pp. Printed by Bouillant in a limited edition of 750 copies printed on Holland. Frontispiece + 20 illustrations and numerous in-text illustrations by Martin van Maele. Title page in red and black.

    This is a French translation of Gynecocracy, Adventures and Psychological Experiences of Julian Robinson, published by Leonard Smithers in 1893. This present work retains the flagellation scenes from that original English edition but is expurgated of all the sexual descriptions. This work is thought to have been written by either Stanislas de Rhodes, a London lawyer or possibly by Havelock Ellis, although there is no hard evidence to support either theory. [See Mendes: 84-A]. La Gynécocratie was later published in English by Carrington in c.1912.

    (Kinsey: 823.7 L158 g8F 1902. Bibliothèque Nationale: ENFER-168. Importante Bibliotheque d'Ouvrages Erotiques, Hotel Drouot, Salle No. 13, 11 Mars 1987, #256)

  53. JUNO AND THE INDIAN

    THOMAS DAGLESS. A poem, by Thomas Dagless. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1902.

    8vo. 12pp.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-YK PIECE-128)

  54. MAGNETISM OF THE ROD, THE

    THE | Magnetism of the Rod | OR | The Revelations of Miss Darcy | [3 small decorations] | [quotation] | LONDON | PRINTED FOR PRIVATE DISTRIBUTION | AMONGST SUBSCRIBERS ONLY [n.d. c.1902]

    17.78cm. x 22.86cm. 114pp. Limited edition of 200 hundred copies, printed on hand-made paper watermarked Arches. Title page printed in red and black. 8 tipped-in illustrations by an unknown artist done in watercolor and acrylic[?].

    The author is St. George H. Stock [Ashbee: Vol.3, p.354]. Miss Darcy was first published as The Romance of Chastisement by William Dugdale in 1866 with 8 colored lithographs. [Ashbee: Vol.3, pp. 344]. Carrington also published an expanded French edition in 1902 as Le Magnetisme du Fouet.

    (Kinsey: 843.7 V75 m2E 1901. Mendes: 143)

  55. MAGNÉTISME DU FOUET, LE

    Les Anglaises chez Elles | [line] | LE | MAGNÉTISME | DU | FOUET |OU | Les Indiscrétions de | MISS DARCY | TRADUIT DE L'ANGLAIS | Par JEAN DE VILLIOT | [line] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON | 13, Faubourg Montmartre, 13 | MCMII [1902]

    8vo. 284pp. Limited edition of 700 copies only. Frontispiece.

    Title and limitation page only seen. Also published in English by Carrington as The Magnetism of the Rod in c.1902.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-521. Library of Congress: PQ2643.I5165M3)

  56. MEMOIRS OF A WOMAN OF PLEASURE

    JOHN CLELAND. London: Published for the Bibliophiles, 1894 [c.1902?]. 8vo. 320pp. Printed on glossy wove paper. 12 etchings tipped-in, issued separately?.

    Copy not seen. The book is also known as Fanny Hill. Probably published again by Carrington in 1907 as Memoirs of Fanny Hill, under the imprint Kamashastra Society of Paris and Benares. See also the French translation, Memoires de Fanny Hill, published in c.1906, possibly by Carrington and/or Hirsch.

    This work has been reprinted numerious times since the first volume was published in c.1748, partially based on the earliest found advertisement in the General Advertiser, Nov. 21, 1748. The second volume appears to have been first published in c. 1749, again partially based on the earliest found advertisement in the General Advertiser, Feb. 14-16, 1749. The two volumes were published as Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, London: Printed for G. Fenton [Fenton Griffiths] in the Strand, MDCCXLIX. [Foxon, David. Libertin Literature in England 1660-1745. p. 52-63]. William Dugdale first published an edition in 1832, two volumes, with an engraved title-page plus 12 colored engravings in-text and 13 large engravings; and again c.1850, two volumes in one, with 20 colored lithographs [Ashbee: Vol.3, p. 60-91].

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-322.  Mendes: 38-H.  Kinsey: 833.7 S12 v4F 1902)

  57. MYE DU ROY, LA

    HONORÉ DE BALZAC. Conte dròlatique manuscrit et enluminé, par Léon Lebègue. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1902.

    In-4. 39pp. Limited edition of 245 copies. Illustrations in b/w and color.

    See also La Pucelle de Thilouze, published by Carrington in 1901.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: Z AUDEOUD-194.  Monod: 868.  Bibliothèque Mazarine: Res.Far 4° 154)

  58. NEW EPICUREAN, THE

    [EDWARD SELLON]. Or, The Delights of Sex. Facetiously and Philosophically considered in Graphic Letters Addressed to Young Ladies of Quality. Brussels: Privately Printed for Subscribers Only, 1891 [c.1902?].

    106pp. Limited edition of 225 copies printed on smooth wove paper with some copies printed on hand-made paper. Title page in black.

    Probably Carrington. The author is attributed to Edward Sellon. This work was first published in 1865 by William Dugdale [Ashbee: Vol.1: p.314-319]. Later published for William Lazenby in 1875.

    (Mendes 144)

  59. PAN MICHAEL

    HENRYK SIENKIEWICZ. Traduit par Charles Grolleau. Nouvelle édition ornée de dix dessins hors texte, par Martin van Maele, et à une couverture illustrée par le même. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1902.

    In-18. 638pp. 10 drawings hors-texte by Martin van Maele.

    The earliest edition I can find was published in 1893 by Osgood and McIlvaine, London as Pan Michael: An Historical Novel of Poland, the Urkraine and Turkey; however the title page states it is translated from the Polish [Pan Wolodyjowski]. Polish edition not found in any of the usual sources.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-53302)

  60. QUATRAINS D'OMAR KHÁYYÂM, LES

    OMAR KHÁYYÂM. Traduits du persan sur le manuscrit conservé à la Bodleian Library d'Oxford, publiés avec une introduction et des notes, par Charles Grolleau. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1902.

    24cm. 156pp. Limited edition of 500 copies of which 1-15 are on Chine, 16-45 are on Japon and 46-500 are on verge d'Arches. Title and text within red ornamental borders.

    See also Rubaiyât d'Omar Kháyyâm, published by Carrington in 1910 from Brussels.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 4-YA-32. University of Texas: PK 6517 F5 G765 1902. Michael Neal Catalogue No.5, April 1989, #63)

  61. ROSA FIELDING

    Or the Victim of Lust. Scenes depicting the crimes and follies of high life and the dissipation and debaucheries of the day. London: Printed for private distribution amongst subscribers only, [n.d. c.1902].

    166pp. Printed on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder Zonen.

    First published by William Dugdale in c.1867 as The Victim of Lust! [Ashbee: Vol.3, p.160]. Peter Mendes speculatively guesses that this work may have been written by George Augustus Sala.

    (Mendes: 146)

  62. SATYRICON OF PETRONIUS, THE

    THE | SATYRICON | OF | PETRONIUS | [short line] | A NEW TRANSLATION | WITH INTRODUCTION AND NOTES | [short line] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON | XIII, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE XIII, | MCMII [1902]

    8vo. xciii + 421pp. Printed by Theime in a limited edition of 515 copies of which 440 copies are on French hand-made paper, 15 copies on Papier de Chine, and 60 copies are on ordinary vellum paper.

    In a slip of paper published over the imprint on the title page, Carrington notes that the translation was done by "Sebastian Melmoth" (a pseudonym used by Oscar Wilde). However, one Petronius scholar argues that the translation was done by Alfred Richard Allinson.

    (British Library: Cup.804.k.11. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Z-17941. University of Texas: PA 6558 E5 C3 1902)

  63. UNE AMAZONE

    HENRY LACHIZE. UNE AMAZONE | SOUS LE PREMIER EMPIRE | ILLUSTRÉ DE 36 COMPOSITIONS | PAR CHARLES THÉVENIN | PRÉFACE DE | JULES DE MARTHOLD | [vignette] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON, ÉDITEUR | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | 1902

    8vo. xx + 240pp. Limited edition of 675 copies, of which 75 are printed on Japon, 100 on Arches with a triple suite of plates, and 500 on Arches.. 36 illustrations by Charles Thévenin.

    Title page only seen.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-LN27-49119. Monod: 6635. Library of Congress: DS146.S13 L3. UCLA: DC146.S137 L33 1902)

  64. UNE SOCÉTÉ DE FLAGELLANTES

    Une Société | DE | FLAGELLANTES [line] | Réminiscences et Révélations | D'UNE | Soubrette de Grande Maison | PAR | Marguerite ANSON| Adapté de l'anglais par JEAN de VILLIOT | [line] | Illustrations de Martin van Maele et d'Adolphe Lambrecht | [vignette] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON, ÉDITEUR | 13, Faubourg Montmartre, 13 | [line] | 1902

    13.56cm. x 23.50cm. [iv]+298+[ii]pp. Limited edition of 750 copies printed on hand-made laid paper. Title page printed in red and black. Chapter and tail pieces. Frontispiece by Adolphe Lambrecht + 5 full-page plates and numerous in-text illustrations by both Martin Van Maele and Adolphe Lambrecht.

    Previously published by Carrington in 1901 with illustrations by Adolphe Lambrecht.

    (Kinsey: 823.7 A62 m5F 1902. Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-1000 (202). British Library: Cup. 804.h.19. Ivan Stormgart Special Catalog No.40, #49)

  65. VÉNUS À LA FOURRURE, LA

    SACHER MASOCH | [line] | LA VÉNUS | A LA FOURRURE | Roman sur | LA FLAGELLATION | Traduit par LEDOS de BEAUFORT | FRONTISPICE D'APRÉS BAKALOWICZ | [fleuron] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON, LIBRAIRE-ÉDITEUR | XIII, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, XIII | [line] | 1902

    13.97cm. x 22.23cm. xxxvii + 216pp. Limited edition of 500 copies on Hollande. Sprinkled page edges. Title page printed in red and black. Decorative red border on all pages, including title page. Cover illustration and numerous in-text illustrations by Martin van Maele. No frontispiece in copy seen.

    An English translation was published by Carrington, also in 1902. It appears there was an edition published with the in-text illustrations by a different artist. However, I have not been able to examine that copy held by a bookseller.

    (Kinsey: 833.7 S12 v4F 1902. Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-322)

  66. VENUS IN FURS

    LEOPOLD VON SACHER-MASOCH. From the German of Sacher-Masoch. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1902.

    In-16. 291pp. Frontispiece.

    A French translation was published by Carrington, also in 1902.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-529)

  67. WHAT NEVER DIES

    What Never Dies | A Romance | By | Barbey D'Aurevelly | TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH BY | SEBASTIAN MELMOTH | (O. W.) | [vignette] | PARIS | Privately Printed | MCMII [1902]

    13.33cm x 19.05cm. 360pp. Limited edition of 500 copies printed on thin wove paper. Title page printed in red and black.

    The suggested attribution of the translation to Oscar Wilde is false. According to Forbidden Books, this work is a translation of Ce qui ne Meurt Pas.

    (Kinsey: 843.7 B23 c3E 1902. British Library: Cup.403.e.26. Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-2189)

  68. AU DELÀ DES PORTES

    ELIZABETH STUART PHELPS. Traduit de l'anglais par Charles Grolleau. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1903.

    In-12. xvii + 211pp.

    This may be a French translation of Beyond the Gate, published in 1883.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-53682)

  69. CALLIPYGES, THE

    Sidelights on English Society | [line] | The Callipyges | THE WHOLE PHILOSOPHY AND SECRET MYSTERY | OF FEMALE FLAGELLATION NOW FOR THE | FIRST TIME FULLY EXPOSED | BY | FOUR ENGLISH LADIES | With Experiements and detailed instructions as to the | Proper Conduct of this nobile Pasttime | VOLUME THE FIRST [SECOND] | [vignette] | LONDON | PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR PRIVATE | SUBSCRIBERS ONLY | 1903

    12.07cm. x 18.42cm. Two volumes. pp. ix + 107, 124. Printed by Veuve Félix Guy et Ciein a limited edition of 250 copies on laid paper watermarked Arches. Chapter and tail pieces in both volumes. Each volume contains a full-page frontispiece + 2 full-page drawings done in charcoal and watercolor.

    (Kinsey: 843.7 E22 c2E 1903. Mendes: 137-B. Importante Bibliotheque d'Ouvrages Erotiques, Hotel Drouot, Salle No. 13, 11 Mars 1987, #67)

  70. CONTES DANS LA NUIT

    FRÉDÉRIC BOUTET. Nouvelle édition, revue et corrigée. Préface de Paul Adam. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1903.

    Small 8vo. 262pp.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-54003. University of Toronto: brief PQA 0010340. Michael Neal Catalogue No.5, April 1989, #13)

  71. DIARY OF A LADY'S MAID, THE

    OCTAVE MIRBEAU. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1903.

    18cm. viii + 504pp. 12 illustrations by Emile Mas, engraved by Eugène Dété.

    First published in 1900 as Le Journal d'une femme de chambre. Not been found in the usual sources.

    (University of Georgia: PQ2364 .M7 J713 1903.  Bookseller holding: Good Sheppard Fine Bindings, and Fokas Holthuis - Pauls Books, 04/16/05)

  72. FEMMES CHÂTIÉES

    JEAN DE VILLIOT. Femmes châtiées. Paris: Librairie des Bibliophiles Parisiens, 1903.

    24cm. 251pp. Title page in red and black. All pages framed in decorative border.

    Charles Carrington's name is on the front cover. Femmes châtiées is a French translation of Carrington's Whipped Women published in 1903 [See the notes in Mendes: 156]. The stories in this work include: Le confesseur; La fessée entremetteuse; L'amour veut des victimes; Filles à marier; and Sidonie. I believe Femmes châtiées to be the first book in a series of two, the second being Gringalette published by Carrington in 1905 under his Librairie des Bibliophiles Parisiens imprint. The entry in the British Library lists the author as Hugues Rebell. The copy at Kinsey could not be found.

    (Kinsey: 843.7 V75 f36 1903. British Library: Cup.364.c.52)

  73. HOME DISCIPLINE

    Home Discipline | A STORY OF FLAGELLATION | Detailing the strange Experiences of a | Country Girl in London | in the West End Mansion of the Baronet her Uncle, | who as a Wielder | of the Birch showed himself a masterful Man, | and proved once more how | Love obeys the Lash and that in every Household | 'tis the Rod that Rules. | [line] | LONDON [Paris] | TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY COPIES ONLY PRINTED | FOR PRIVATE SUBSCRIBERS AND BIBLIOPHILISTS | [line] | 1903

    12.07cm. x 20.96cm. 333pp. Limited to 250 copies printed on very good hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder in various sizes. 7 monochrome etchings by Marin van Maele tipped-in + 4 tipped-in color illustrations, including a frontispiece done in a 1930s style by an unknown artist (possibly by Rene Gockinga).

    (Kinsey: 823.7 H765 1903. Mendes: 148.)

  74. JOURNAL DU CAPITAINE FRANÇOIS

    CHARLES FRANÇOIS. Dit le Dromadaire d'Égypte), 1792-1830, publié, d'après le manuscrit original, par Charles Grolleau. Préface de Jules Claretie. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1903.

    8vo. Two volumes. Vol.1: xxi + 514pp., Vol.2: 515-1050pp.

    Volume 2 was published in 1904.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-LN27-50394. University of Texas: Microfilm (v.) 1. 1792-1802.--(v.) 2. 1803-1830. Brown University: RIBGR05822269-B)

  75. JOURNAL D'UNE ENFANT VICIEUSE

    Par Madame de Morency. Ce Manuscrit inédit de Suzanne Giroux, dite La Morency,- que l'écrivit en l'an V (1796), en même temps qu'Alysine, est publié avec une préface de M. Hugues R. [fleuron Scientia Duce]. Imprimé à trois cents exemplaires Pour Isidore Liseux e ses amis. Paris: [n.p.] 1903.

    8vo. 164pp.

    Possibly Carrington. Dutel states this work was published by either Duringe or Carrington. Morency is a pseudonym used by Hugues Rebell.

    (Dutel: 427. British Library: P.C.13.ff.14)

  76. MAUD CAMERON AND HER GUARDIAN

    CHARLES SACKVILLE. A modern narrative, being the most refined description ever yet published of the sensual pleasure to be derived from the humiliation and chastisement of young ladies written by a gentleman expert. London: Privately printed for subscribers only, Golden Birch House, Rod Lane, B.C., 1903.

    In-16. Two volumes. p. 133, 137?. Printed on laid paper, probably by Renaudie

    Probably Carrington. The first work in the Sackville series [the later titles were published between 1907 and 1911]. Continued by Two lascivious adventures of Mr. Howard.

    (Mendes: 153. Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-1697)

  77. ORANGE BLOSSOMS

    [decoration] Orange | Blossoms [decoration] | THE STORY | OF | A Beautiful Marchioness | UNDER | THE SECOND EMPIRE | [line] | PRIVATELY PRINTED | PARIS | [line] | MCMIII [1903]

    12.70cm. x 19.69cm. 276pp. Limited edition of 200 copies printed on hand-made paper watermarked Arches and 200 copies on thin wove paper. Title page printed in red and black. Decorative red border on all pages, including title page. Chapter and tail pieces.

    A note in the copy at Kinsey states: by Ernest Feydean. According to Mendes "this is a translation (or adaptation) of Souvenirs d'une Cocodette first published clandestinely by Jules Gay in Brussels, 1878".

    (Kinsey: 823.7 F39 M48E 1903. Mendes: 154)

  78. PHARAON, LE

    BOLESLAW PRUS [Aleksander Glowacki]. Roman historique de l'ancienne Égypte. Traduit du polonais par C. Humiecka, Édition complète et intégrale 3e mille. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1903.

    In-18. viii + 919pp. 10 illustrations by [Emile?] Mas.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-53796. Université de Montréal: 891.853/P972f.Fh)

  79. PLAIN TALES OF THE BIRCH

    EARL OF X. London: The Caxton Press, 1903.

    271pp. Limited edition of 300 copies printed on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder Zonen.

    Probably Carrington. From the series Studies in Flagellation. The front wrapper shows Privately Printed for The British Bibliophiles Society.

    (Mendes: 155)

  80. TORTURES AND TORMENTS OF THE CHRISTIAN MARTYRS

    ANTONIO GALLONIO. From the "De SS. Martyrdom Cruciatibes" of the Rev. Father Gallonio. Now for the first time translated and adapted by A. R. Allinson. Illustrated with the forty-six original plates and publisher's note concerning the origin and scope of the book. London and Paris: [n.p.], 1903.

    19.69cm. x 26.04cm. xvi + 242pp. Title page printed in red and black with a red and black border. Red border on all pages. 46 full-page engravings on recto only by Antonia Tempestal printed on heavy, smooth paper.

    The publisher note is signed C.C. The French translation was published by Carrington in 1904 as Traité des Instruments de Martyre et des Divers modes de supplice employés par les païens contre les chrétiens. Later published by Fortune Press in c.1930.

    (Kinsey 200.5 G17h 1903)

  81. WELL OF SANTA CLARA, THE

    THE WELL | OF | SANTA CLARA | BY | ANATOLE FRANCE | PARIS: | CHARLES CARRINGTON | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE | 1903

    12mo. vi + 427pp. Limited edition of 500 copies printed on hand-made paper struck off by Clarke and Bishop. Title page printed in red and black. Green decorative border on all pages, including the title page. 21 full-page engravings by Martin van Maele.

    Translated by A. R. Allinson. This is the English translation of Le puits de sainte Claire, published by Calmann Lévy in 1895. A second edition was also published by Carrington in 1903, without the Van Maele illustrations, which were issued separately. Anatole France is a pseudonym used by Jacques Anatole Thibault.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-336. Importante Bibliotheque d'Ouvrages Erotiques; Hotel Drouot, Salle No. 13, 11 Mars 1987, #267. University of Texas: HRC TEMP F844WE 1903)

  82. WELL OF SANTA CLARA, THE

    THE WELL | OF | SANTA CLARA | BY | ANATOLE FRANCE | PARIS: | CHARLES CARRINGTON | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE | 1903

    14.61cm. x 19.69cm. 427pp. Limited edition of 500 copies printed on hand-made paper. Copy seen is in a slipcover. Title page printed in red and black. Green decorative border on all pages, including the title page.

    The 21 Martin van Maele illustrations associated with this book were issued separately. The previous Carrington edition of 1903 was published with the Van Maele illustrations.

    (Kinsey: 843.7 F815 p9E 1903. Bibliothèque Nationale: Z FRANCE-10)

  83. WHIPPED WOMEN

    JEAN DE VILLIOT | Whipped | Women | The Confessor [6 small decorations] | Procured by a Whipping [2 small decorations] | Victims of Love [6 small decorations] | Daughters to Marry [4 small decorations] | The Colonel and his Cook [1 small decorations] | [vignette] | PARIS | PRIVATELY ISSUED FOR BIBLIOPHILES | AND COLLECTORS ONLY | [line] | 1903

    13.34cm. x 21.59cm. 278pp. Printed by Veuve Félix Guy et Cie in a limited edition of 300 copies on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder Zonen. Title page printed in red and black with decorative red border on all pages.

    A French translation was published by Carrington in 1903 as Femmes et Chatiées.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-330.  Kinsey: 843.7 V75 f36E 1903.  Mendes: 156)

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