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Charles Carrington

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

. . . Continued . . .

  1. EGOISTE, L'

    GEORGES MEREDITH. Traduit de l'anglais par Maurice Strauss. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1904.

    In-12. 869pp.

    A French translation of the English The Egoist, published London: C. Kegan Paul & Co, 1879 in 4 volumes.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-54660. Oxford University: REP.F.7761)

  2. ELEVEN COMEDIES, THE

    The Athenian Society | [rule] | ARISTOPHANES | THE ELEVEN COMEDIES | NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME LITERALLY | AND COMPLETELY TRANSLATED FROM THE | GREEK TONGUE INTO ENGLISH | WITH TRANSLATOR'S FORWARD | AN INTRODUCTION TO EACH COMEDY | AND ELUCIDATORY NOTES | THE FIRST OF TWO VOLUMES | LONDON | PRINTED FOR THE ATHENIAN SOCIETY | MCMXII (1912)

    Royal octavo. 2 volumes. Vol.1: 392pp., Vol.2: 476pp. Limited edition of 600 copies. Half vellum boards with green buckram and gilt lettering.

    Printed by Harry Nichols in London and distributed in Paris by Carrington. The following is from an advertisement in Bibliotheca Carringtoniensis, p.155: "Limited to 600 copies. 2 volumes. 25 copies on Japanese paper. Apply to the secretary: Mr. Paul Ferdinando, to whom checks should be made payable to." Note Carrington using his real name of Paul Ferdinando, a very rare occurrence. The copy at Kinsey could not be found.

    (Kinsey: 882.1 A72 e3E 1912.  Bookseller holding: Piccadilly Rare Books, 05/06/05)

  3. 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)

  4. ÉPISODES DES GUERRES DE POLOGNE (1830) ET D'AUTRICHE-HONGRIE (1848)

    LA FLAGELLATION À TRAVERS LE MONDE | [3 fleurons] | PAUL DE ROBERTSKI | [line] | Tchérikof | [2 fleurons] Épisode des GUERRES | de POLOGNE (1830) [2 fleurons] | et d'AUTRICHE-HONGRIE | (1848) [seven fleurons] | [quotation] | Dix eaux-fortes par MARTIN VAN MAELE | [vignette] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON, LIBRAIRE-ÉDITEUR | 13, Faubourg Montmartre | [line] | 1904

    8vo. 381pp. Limited edition of 750 copies. Title page printed in red and black with decorative red border. 10 hors-texte engravings by Martin van Maele.

    Title page only seen. From the series La Flagellation à Travers le Monde. Reissued by Carrington in 1906 as Le Fouet en Pologne et en Autriche-Hongrie (1830-1848).

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-335. Importante Bibliotheque d'Ouvrages Erotiques, Hotel Drouot, Salle No. 13, 11 Mars 1987, #254)

  5. ESCAL VIGOR

    ESCAL VIGOR | A NOVEL | FROM THE FRENCH | OF | GEORGE EEKHOUD | [fleuron] | AUTHORISED [sic] TRANSLATION | [quotation] | BRUXELLES | THE GUTEMBERG [sic] | PRESS | 1909 | COPYRIGHT

    20cm. xv + 271pp. Limited edition of 1180 copies of which 30 are on Japon. Printed on rough, light-weight paper. Title page framed.

    Title page only seen. The only known clandestine work published by Carrington in Brussels with a Brussels imprint. This is the first English translation of Eekhoud's outspoken gay novel.

    (Mendes: 190 bis. British Library: X.958/14568. Cambridge University: S735.d.90.32. Bookseller holding: Fokas Holthuis 4/6/04)

  6. 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)

  7. ETHNOLOGY OF THE SIXTH SENSE, THE

    ARCANA ANTHROPOLOGICA | [line] | THE ETHNOLOGY | OF THE SIXTH SENSE | Studies and Researches | Into its | ABUSES, PERVERSIONS, FOLLIES, | ANOMALIES, AND CRIMES | BY | DR. JACOBUS X... | FRENCH ARMY-SURGEON | AUTHOR OF: UNTRODDEN FIELDS OF ANTHROPOLOGY | [vignette] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON | PUBLISHER OF MEDICAL, HISTORICAL, AND FOLKLORE WORKS | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | [line] | MD.CCC.XCIX [1899] | (All Rights reserved)

    13.98cm. x 22.23cm. xx + 422pp. Limited edition of 1000 numbered copies. Printed on smooth wove paper. Title page printed in red and black. The cover text is the same as the title page except for the heading: ANATOMY AND PHISIOLOGY

    Published in French by Carrington in 1901 as De l'Amour: étude physiologique De l'Amour normal et de ses abus, perversions, folies et crimes dan l'espèce humaine. See also The Genital Laws, published by Carrington in 1900 as a supplement to this present work. Harry Nichols also published Sixth Sense in London 1900 and 1901 under his imprint Walpole Press.

    (Kinsey: 601.3 XldE. Bibliothèque Nationale: TB74-197. British Library: Cup.364.c.92. University of Sydney: Deane collection, Ero. A.4.22)

  8. ÉTUDE SUR LA BESTIALITÉ

    GASTON DUBOIS-DESAULLE. Au point de vue historique, medical et juridique Paris: Charles Carrington, 1905.

    26cm. xii + 443pp. Limited edition of 500 copies on Hollande.

    An English translation was published by Panurge Press in 1934 as Beastiality, an Historical, Medical, Legal and Literary Study.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-TD86-896. UCLA: Special Collections. GBV Union Catalogue Northern Germany: Wa 8356)

  9. 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. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1899.

    15.24cm. x 23.50cm. xii + 509pp. Printed by Bouillant in a limited edition of 575 copies of which 25 are on Japon, 50 are on Whatman and 500 are on Hollande [copy seen]. Chapter and tail pieces.

    Preface signed C.C. A note in the Kinsey copy states: "Appears to be an extensive work from which the smaller volumes Flagellation in France and Curious Cases of Flagellation have been taken. A number of sections are identical". Reissued by Carrington, 1901 in an augmented edition.

    (Kinsey: 542.1 C11e. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-TB71-196.)

  10. 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)

  11. EVOLUTION AND DISSOLUTION OF THE SEXUAL INSTINCT

    CHARLES SAMSON FERE. complete authorised translation of the revised 2nd edition. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1904

    13.98cm. x 22.23cm. xxiv + 358pp. Printed on laid paper watermarked A Piri & Sons. Sprinkled page edges. Woodcut chapter heading illustrations. Tailpieces.

    This work is an English translation of L'instinct sexuel: évolution et dissolution. First published in Paris by Félix Alcan in 1899. The revised second edition to the 1899 was also published by Félix Alcan in 1902. Later published in New York by Anthropological Press, [1932] as Scientific and Esoteric Studies in Sexual Degeneration in Mankind and Animals.

    (Kinsey: 530 F34i E1. British Library: Cup.364.c.82. Wellcome Library: XWM .b1302856x. University of Sydney: Deane Ero. C.3.25)

  12. FACÉTIEUSES NUITS DE STRAPAROLE, LES

    GIVANNI FRANCESCO STRAPAROLA. Préface de Jules de Marthold. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1907.

    16cm. x 24.5cm. Two volumes. pp. 312, 371. Limited edition of 800 copies on Arches. 50 illustrations in color by Léon Lebègue.

    First published in 1550 as Le Piacevoli notti, di M. Giovan Francesco Straparola da Caravaggio. Although there have been numerous reprints and translations of this work, after 1580 there were substantial changes in the content of Straparola's tales, often in those stories describing indiscretions by monks, priests or nuns due to the restrictive Papal Indexes. This present work is a French translation of Carrington's 1906 English edition The Most Delectable Nights of Straparola of Caravaggio.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES 8-Y2-57198. Monod: 10473. Unpublished MS by Paul Douglas, Towson University, 2004. Bookseller holding: Antiquariaat Erik Tonen, 8/9/04)

  13. 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)

  14. 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)

  15. 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)

  16. FLAGELLATION AMOUREUSE DANS L'HISTORIE DES MŒURS

    JEAN DE VILLIOT | [4 small decorations] | La Flagellation | [decoration] Amoureuse | DANS L'HISTOIRE DES MŒURS | [small circle] ET DANS LA LITTÉRATURE [sic] [small circle] | SUIVIE DE | La Flagellation des Femmes | EN FRANCE | [small circle] SOUS LA REVOLUTION [small circle] | ET LA TERREUR BLANCHE | Cinq eaux-fortes de MARTIN VAN MAELE | [decoration] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON, LIBRAIRIE-EDITEUR | 13, Faubourg Montmartre, 13 | [line] | 1904

    12.7cm. x 21.59cm. 240pp. Printed on laid paper by Veuve Félix Guy et Cie. Title page printed in orange and black. Head and tail pieces. Decorative first letter to each chapter. 5 full-page engravings by Martin van Maele with tissue guards .

    (Kinsey: 542.1 V75f. The Satyrical Drawings of Martin van Maele, Cythera Press, 1970)

  17. 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

    27cm. [8] 120pp.

    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)

  18. 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)

  19. FLAGELLATION IN FRANCE FROM A MEDICAL AND HISTORICAL STANDPOINT

    AUGUSTIN CABANÈS. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1898.

    26cm. xi + 164pp.

    From the series Pathological studies of the past. Also see Curious Bypaths of History, also published in 1898 by Carrington.

    (British Library: YA.1996.b.6158. Center for Research Libraries: C-11023)

  20. FLEURS DU MAL, LES

    CHARLES BAUDELAIRE. Édition critique avec un appendice et une introduction bibliographique par Pierre Dufay et un portrait de Charles Baudelaire en photogravure. Paris: Librairie des Bibliophiles parisiens, 1917

    20cm. lxxxiv + 347pp. Printed, Alençon: G. Supot.

    Probably Carrington. Also published in the same year by Jules Chevrel with illustrations by Martin van Maele.

    Les Fleurs du Mal is a collection of decadent poems written by Charles Baudelaire (1827-1867) and published by Auguste Poulet-Malassis (1825-1878) in 1857. On August 20, 1857 the French government charged Baudelaire and Poulet-Malassis of having outraged public morals. Found guilty, Baudelaire was fined 300 francs, Poulet-Malassis was fined 100 francs. Six of the poems [with the exception of "Le Vin de l'assassin"] are banned from publication. The ban is lifted in 1949.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-YE-2575)

  21. Baudelaire, Charles., Les Fleurs du Mal. Edition Critique. Avec un Appendice et une Introduction Bibliographique par Pierre Dufay et un Portrait de Charles Baudelaire en Photogravure. Paris Librairie des Bibliophiles Parisiens 1917 First Edition, one of 72 copies only all on japon imperiale. 8vo; handsomely rebound in 3/4 bordeaux morocco with gilt fillets and marbled paper over boards, spine panelled, author and title in gilt, teg, original wrappers bound in, near fine. The "acheve d'imprimer' notes that the books were printed by Georges Supot, printer in Alencon, successor to Poulet- Malassis, who was the original publisher/printer of LES FLEURS DU MAL. The 79 page bibliography preceding Baudelaire's text make this a much sought- after book. Image of binding available. http://www.juvelisbooks.com/, 1/31/09
  22. FLOSSIE, A VENUS OF FIFTEEN

    By one who knew this charming goddess and worshipped at her shrine. Carnopolis [London?]: n.p., MDCCCXCVII [1897].

    103pp. Printed by Theime in a limited edition of 200 copies on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder Zonen.

    Reissued again by Carrington in c.1898.

    (Mendes 102-A)

  23. FLOSSIE, A VENUS OF FIFTEEN

    SOCIAL STUDIES OF THE CENTURY | [line] | FLOSSIE | A Venus of Fifteen [fractur] | By | one who knew this charming goddess | and worshipped at her shrine | [vignette] | PRINTED FOR | THE EROTICA BIBLION SOCIETY | OF | LONDON and NEW-YORK [n.d. c.1898]

    11.43cm. x 16.51cm. vi + 122pp. Printed on hand-made paper.

    From the series Social Studies of the Century. It appears that 8 watercolors were issued separately for this work [from a c.1900 advert]. Previously issued by Carrington in 1897.

    (Kinsey: 823.7 A67 f62 1897. Mendes 102-B. British Library: P.C.13.ee.21)

  24. FLUNKEYANA

    CHAWLES. Or, Belgravian Morals. The Bibliophiles Library. London Paris New-York: n.d. [c.1898]

    Small 8vo. 77pp. Printed on hand-made paper watermarked Arches.

    Probably Carrington. This title was first published in the underground Victorian magazine The Pearl, issue #13.

    (Mendes: 108)

  25. 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.)

  26. FORBIDDEN FRUIT

    Luscious and Exciting Story and More Forbidden Fruit or Master Percy's Progress. London: [n.p.], 1905.

    19cm. 222pp. Printed on poor quality rough, wove paper.

    Possibly Carrington. The preface is signed "The Author, London Jan. 1898". A note in writing to the printer is signed J.F. Printer; possibly the work of John S. Farmer? This present work is comprised of the Duringe and Leonard Smither's publications, Forbidden Fruit, 1898 and And More Forbidden Fruit, 1901; to which is added The Lovely Senorita. Also published in 1905 [c.1925], possibly by Maurice Duflou.

    (Mendes: 109-C. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-90000 (1334))

  27. FOUET À LONDRES, LE

    JEAN DE VILLIOT. Roman-étude de mœurs anglaises. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1906.

    In-12. 220pp. Cover illustration by Martin van Maele

    From the series La Flagellation à Travers le Monde.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-447)

  28. FOUET AU HAREM LE

    JEAN DE VILLIOT | [line] | Le Fouet | au Harem | Livre très Véridique basé sur les Souvenirs d'une grande Dame | [line] | [quote from Whippingham Papers] | [line] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON, LIBRAIRE-ÉDITEUR | 13, RUE DU FAUBOURG-MONTMARTRE, 13 | [line] | 1906

    8vo. 276pp.

    Title page only seen.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-1000 (205). Library of Congress: PQ2643.I5165 F6. Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin: Xy 15104)

  29. FOUET EN POLOGNE ET EN AUTRICHE-HONGRIE (1830-1848), LE

    PAUL DE ROBERTSKI | [line] | Le Fouet | en Pologne | ET | EN AUTRICHE-HONGRIE | (1830-1848) | [quotation] | [line] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON, LIBRAIRIE EDITEUR | 13, RUE DE FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | [line] | 1906

    12.07cm. x 17.78cm. 501pp. Of an unknown number, 10 copies are on Japon. [Copy seen printed on laid paper]. Chapter and tail pieces.

    First published by Carrington in 1904 as Episodes des Guerres de Pologne (1830) et d'Autriche-Hongrie (1848).

    (Kinsey: 843.8 R639 f7 1906. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-22168. University of Sydney: Deane Ero. C.4.7.)

  30. 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)

  31. FRENCH VOLUNTEER OF THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE, A

    CHARLES-ALBERT DE MORÉ DE PONTGIBAUD. Translated and edited by Robert B. Douglas. With an engraved portrait by Thévenin. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1897.

    In-16. xi + 209pp. Limited edition of 20 copies on Japon.

    Contains an engraved portrait frontis of Chevalier (aka the Comte de More). A translation of Mémoires du comte de Moré. Paris, 1827. Published again by Carrington in 1898.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-LN27-45036. Library of Congress: E265 .M828. Yale University: Film B4543:1. Brown University: RIBGR05955808-B)

  32. FRENCH VOLUNTEER OF THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE, A

    CHARLES-ALBERT DE MORÉ DE PONTGIBAUD. Translated and edited by Robert B. Douglas. With an engraved portrait by Thévenin. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1898.

    16.51cm. x 24.13cm. xi + 209pp. Printed on heavy wove paper

    Contains an engraved portrait frontis of Chevalier (aka the Comte de More). A translation of Mémoires du comte de Moré. Paris, 1827. Previously published by Carrington in 1897. Brown and Yale Universities hold another 1898 edition but published by D. Appleton and Co. in New York. The copy seen at Kinsey does not contain a frontispiece.

    (Kinsey: 920 M83. University of Texas: 973.347 M811MTD 1898. Brown University: E265.M827 1898a. National Library of Australia: YY 973.3 M835-2)

  33. FUSTIGATIONS VÉCUES

    DOUCMENTS SUR LES PUNITIONS CORPORELLES | [line] JEAN DE VILLIOT | [line] | Fustigations | vécues | CONTES [diamond] SOUVENIRS [diamond] ÉTUDES | CHOSES VUES | [quotation] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON, LIBRAIRE-ÉDITEUR | 13, RUE DU FAUBOURG-MONTMARTRE, 13 | [line] | 1907 | [?]

    In-18. 452pp. 9 drawings by an unknown artist.

    Title page only seen

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-437. University of Oslo: UMH G 7372)

  34. 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)

  35. GLOSSARIUM EROTICUM

    From the back of a Carrington catalogue List of Choice English Books, c.1909-1912 Brussels. "In preparation: Glossarium Eroticum. Latin and English, This is a Key to the Latin Classics and indispensable to the student". Carrington was possibly doing a reprint of Glossarium eroticum linguae latinae, sive Theogoniae, legum et morum nuptialium apud Romanos. By Pierrugues, P. (Pierre), first published Paris: A. F. et P. Dondey-Dupre, 1826. This book has not been found in any of the usual sources.

  36. GOLDEN ASS, THE

    The | Golden Ass [red] | OF APULEIUS | A New Translation | WITH INTRODUCTION AND NOTES | BY | FRANCIS D. BYRNE | (HONOURS B.A. LOND.) | [vignette] | PARIS | Classical Translation Union [red] | PRIVATELY ISSUED FOR THE SUBSCRIBERS | [short rule] | 1904

    20.32 x 12.7cm. xlix + 588pp. Limited edition of 750 copies. All pages printed on laid paper (chain-lines vertical, no watermark) with deckle edges. Headbands. Gilt top-edge. Pages sewn. Table of contents on pages 582-585. Carrington catalogue on last three unnumbered pages. Frontispiece + 20 full-page copper-plate engravings (hors-texte) by Martin Van Maele.

    Edition seen is bound in dark blue cloth covered boards. Gilt title on the spine, with a 1905 date. A Carrington address label (13, Faubourg Montmartre) at the bottom of the last page of the catalogue covers up the printer imprint, which reads: Chalon-sur-Saône - Imprimerie Français et Orientale B. Bertran. There is also a small, orange mailing-label size, label on the upper left corner of the back board.

    The pagination of the introduction, the book pagination, and the printer imprint all match the Imperial Press edition below; held by the British Library.

    (Private Collection)

  37. GOLDEN ASS, THE

    LUCIUS APULEIUS. Newly translated. With introduction and notes by Francis D[avid] Byrne (Honours B.A. Lond.) With 16 copper-plate etchings by Martin van Maele, engraved expressly for this work London: The Imperial Press, (1905).

    8vo. xlix + 588pp. Printed in Chalon-sur-Saône. Limited edition of 650 copies. 16 copper-plate etchings + 12 elaborate chapter headings.

    Possibly Carrington. The print city is from the entry in the British Library. This title is listed in a Carrington catalogue Privately Printed English Books, issued for The Society of British Bibliophiles, found in the back of The Most Delectable Nights of Straparola, published by Carrington in 1906.

    I have been unable to locate an English edition of this title with one of Carrington's imprints; if one even exists. "The "Imperial Press" imprint may have been an agent of Carrington's in London [See Mendes: p.35]. Carrington also published a French translation as Les Métamorphoses, 1905 (1906), with illustrations by Martin van Maele. Note: A 1930 edition was published in New York with illustrations by Rene Gockinga.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-R-19830. British Library: 12403.aaa.40. Yale University: Gna66 cg905. Bookseller holding: Henry Berkelouw Books 3/1/04)

  38. GRINGALETTE

    HUGUES REBELL | Femmes châtiées. – Deuxième série | [decoration] | Gringalette | Un Jeu de Femme [five decorations] | Les Révaltées de Brescia [two decorations] | La Comédie chez la Princesse | La Crinole [seven decorations] | [decoration] | PARIS | LIBRAIRIE DES BIBLIOPHILES PARISIENS | 13, Faubourg Montmartre, 13 | [short rule] | 1905

    8vo. 276pp. Unillustrated. Decorative red border on all pages, including title page. Printed by Félix Guy et Cie in a limited edition of 505 numbered copies, of which 1-5 are printed on Japon and 6-505 are printed on Holland.

    Gringalette was later published in 1924 by L'Edition (Briffaut), with ten hors-text engravings by Martin Van Maele, in a limited edition of 456 copies, of which 50 were issued with hand-colored engravings.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-444. Monod: 9505. Private collection)

  39. GRIP OF DESIRE, THE

    THE | GRIP OF DESIRE | THE STORY OF A PARISH-PRIEST | Translated from the French | of | Hector France | [quotation] | With an engraved portrait of the Author | [vignette] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON | 13, Faubourg Montmartre | MDCCCXCIX [1899]

    8vo. x + 351pp. Limited edition of 300 numbered copies. 6 engravings by Thévenin after the original drawings of Bazeilhac

    Title and limitation page only seen. According to an advertisement: "Six splendid copperplates and two engravings on wood." Later published Paris: Groves and Michaux, 1923. Groves and Michaux took over Carrington's stock when he died in 1921.

    (British Library: Cup.802.c.8. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-51510)

  40. GYNECOCRACY

    A narrative of the adventures and psychological experiences of Julian Robinson (afterwards Viscount Ladywood) under petticoat rule written by himself. Paris and Rotterdam, 1893 [c.1912]

    Three volumes. pp. 164, 170, 166. Printed on lightweight rough paper.

    Previously published by Leonard Smithers in 1893. A French translation of that work was published by Carrington in 1902 as La Gynécocratie [retaining the flagellation scenes but expurgating all sexual descriptions]. Gynecocracy 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]. The copies held in the British Library and the Kinsey Institute are unifrom with Mendes 84-B.

    (Mendes: 84-D.  California State University: HQ462 .R62 1893 v.1 [v.2 v.3])

  41. 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)

  42. HINDU ART OF LOVE, THE

    THE HINDU ART OF LOVE | ( [?] ) | or | ANANGA-RANGA | (Stage of the bodiless one) | TRANSLATED FROM THE sanscrit | OF | KALYANA MALLA | AND ANNOTATED BY | A.F.F. & B.F.R. | [line] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | MCMVII [1907]

    xviii +150pp. Illustrated with chapter and tail pieces.

    A poor copy of the title page only seen. A pirated edition of Richard Burton's translation of the Ananga-Ranga, published in 1885 under the imprint "Cosmopoli MDCCCLXXXV, for the Kama Shastra Society of London and Benares".

    (Casada, James. Sir Richard F. Burton. A Bibliographical Study Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1990, p.74)

  43. HISTOIRES ET CONTES

    J.= F. DEMACHY | MAITRE APOTHICAIRE DE PARIS | DÉMONSTRATEUR AU COLLÈGE DE PHARMACIE DE PARIS | CENSEUR ROYAL | (1728-1803) | [line] | Histoires et Contes | PRÉCÉDÉS | d'une Étude Historique, Anecdotique et Critique sur | SA VIE ET SES ŒVRES | Et accompagnés de Notes et Commentaires | PAR | L.= G. TORAUDE | [vignette] | ÉDITION ORNÉE | 1º De trois portraits et deux autographes de l'auteur; | 2º De têtes de livres et de culs-de-lampes du XVIII siècle; | 3º De 6 grands hors texte et de 55 dessins originaux | DE Georges GRELLET | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON, LIBRAIRE-EDITEUR | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE, 13 | [line] | 1907

    4to. cviii + 622pp. Limited edition of 610 copies of which 10 are on Hollande Van Gelder and 600 are on papier de grande luxe. Tail-pieces, 6 plates and 55 drawings by Georges Grellet.

    Title page only seen.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 4-YE-291. British Library: X.902/1405. Center for Research Libraries: MF-6922 reel 36 item 3)

  44. 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.)

  45. HORN BOOK, THE

    MODERN STUDIES IN THE SCIENCE OF STROKING | [line] | THE HORN BOOK | A Girls Guide | to the | Knowledge of Good and Evil | [quotation] | [decorative line] | PARIS | Société des Bibliophiles Étrangers | In the Street of Untouched Virgins | MDCCCXCVIII [1898]

    14.61cm. x 21.59cm. 139pp. Printed by Theime in a limited edition of 200 copies on Van Gelder Zonen. The title on spine and half-title page reads "A Girl's Guide".

    The author of this work but the two names that have been put forth are M. Benoit, a French lawyer and possibly Richard Monckton-Milnes. Gershon Legman attributes the translation to John Stephen Farmer [Legman: The Horn Book, p.52]. This work is an adaptation of Instruction Libertine, published in 1860 Brussels by J.P. Blanche. The original MS was probably done for Frederick Hankey [Mendes: 111-A]. A second edition was published by Erotica Biblion Society of London and New-York, 1899; possibly published by Carrington and/or Charles Hirsch. A later c.1935 reprint from the 1899 plates was published under the imprint: Printed for the Erotica Biblion Society of London and New-York, 1923 [Mendes 111-F].

    (Kinsey: 844.7 I59 E 1898. Mendes 111-A)

  46. HORN BOOK, THE

    How to Raise Love or Modern Studies in the Science of Stroking. The Horn Book. A Girl's Guide to the Knowledge of Good and Evil. Printed for the Erotica Biblion Society of London and New-York, 1899.

    153pp. Printed on glossy wove paper. All pages, including blanks and title page framed in wavey red line.

    Possibly Carrington and/or Charles Hirsch.. From the series Modern Studies in the Science of Stroking. Previously published by Carrington in 1898

    (Mendes 111-B. British Library: P.C.24.a.39)

  47. HOW WOMEN ARE FLOGGED IN RUSSIAN PRISONS

    Narrative of a visit to a convent prison in Siberia by an English doctor. Paris: Libraire des Bibliophiles, 1899.

    12.07cm. x 19.69cm. xvii + 48pp. Printed on laid paper. Title page printed in red and black.

    A note in the Kinsey copy states: "More erotic than the French version in Villiot's Curiosities et Anecdotes de flagellation".

    (Kinsey: 823.7 E57 h8 1899)

  48. HUMAN GORILLAS, A STUDY OF RAPE WITH VIOLENCE

    COMTE ROSCAUD. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1901.

    Tall 8vo. xiv + 223pp. Illustrated salmon colored wrappers. Frontispiece + black and white full page and in-text illustrations.

    Forward by Sir Richard Burton. See also the later, unillustrated entry below.

    (British Library: Cup.363.cc.1.  Dailey Rare Books: 12/30/05)

  49. HUMAN GORILLAS, A STUDY OF RAPE WITH VIOLENCE

    COMTE ROSCAUD. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1901.

    8vo. xiv + 235pp. Cloth covered boards.

    Also issued with illustrations. See entry above.

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

  50. INDECENT WHIPPING

    London, 1885

    Large 8vo pamphlet. 32pp. Printed on smooth wove paper.

    Possibly Carrington. The date of publication is from Bibliographie sur la Flagellation published in En Virginie, 1901. This work is reprinted from Town Talk [a scandal and sporting newspaper], London 1885. The French translation, probably done by Hector France, was published by Augustin Brancart in 1886 as Discipline à l'Ecole et dans le Boudoir.

    (British Library: P.C.26.b.5. Mendes: 15)

  51. INSTINCT SEXUEL ET SES MANIFESTATIONS MORBIDES, L'

    Professeur TARNOWSKY | DE L'ACADÉMIE IMPÉRIALE DE MÉDECINE DE SAINT-PÉTERSBOURG | [line] | L'Instinct Sexuel | ET SES | MANIFESTATIONS MORBIDES | AU DOUBLE POINT DE VUE | DE LA JURISPRUDENCE ET DE LA PSYCHIATRIE | [line] | TRADUCTION FRANÇAISE | SUIVIE D'UNE | BIBLIOGRAPHIE DES OUVRAGES TRAITANT | DE L'INVERSION SEXUELLE | [line] | PRÉFACE PAR LE PROFESSEUR LACASSAGNE | [line] | [quotation] | [vignette] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON, LIBRAIRE-ÉDITEUR | 13, FAUBOURG MONTMARTRE | [line] | 1904

    14.61cm. x 22.23cm. xvi + 304pp. Printed on laid paper, followed by a 46 page bibliography. Two prefaces.

    Previously issued by Carrington in 1898 as Sexual Instinct and its Morbid Manifestation.

    (Kinsey: 532 T18kF. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-TD86-851. University of Zurich: S.258-296)

  52. INTENTIONS

    OSCAR WILDE. Traduction française de Hugues Rebell. Préface de Charles Grolleau. Orné d'un portrait de l'auteur. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1906.

    8vo. xlix + 266pp. 1 plate.

    Later published in 1921, possibly by Carrington. Intentions was first published by James R. Osgood McIlvaine, 1891 in a limited edition of 1500 copies, of which 600 were issued in America under the imprint of Dodd, Mead and Co. The essays first appeared in The Nineteenth Century and The Fortnightly Review [Mason 341; Sotheby's Auction Oct. 29, 2004; Lot 50].

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Z-22512. University of Texas: PR 5818 I7 F7 1906)

  53. INTENTIONS

    OSCAR WILDE. Traduction française de Hugues Rebell et Charles Grolleau. Nouvelle édition. Paris: Librairie des Bibliophiles Parisiens, 1921.

    In-16. xlviii + 249pp.

    Possibly Carrington. Previously published by Carrington in 1906.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: Z BARRES-27491)

  54. INUTILITY OF VIRTUE, THE

    O Virtue! Whart art thou but an empty name. Brutus. The Inutility of Virtue. A tale of lust and licentiousness, exemplified in the history of a young and beautiful lady modest and virtuous, who, by a Series of Unfortunate Circumstances is ravished by a robber. London: Printed for the Society of Vice, n.d. [c.1898-1899].

    115pp. printed on glossy wove paper.

    First published in London 1830 by John Benjamin Brookes with 8 folding engravings. Later published by William Dugdale in c.1860 London, with 8 colored lithographs, under the imprint Printed for the Society of Vice. [Ashbee: Vol.3, p.132-133].

    (Mendes: 110. British Library: P.C.17.b.29)

  55. JALOUSIE D'UNE IMPÉRATRICE, LA

    SACHER-MASOCH. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1908.

    In-12. 404pp. Translated by P. Dolorés.

    Possibly Carrington and/or Roberts and Dardaillon.

    (British Library: W18/1798 DSC)

  56. JARDIN FERMÉ, LE

    ALBERT SÉRIEYS. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1904.

    In-12. 134pp.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-YE-6215. Union Catalogue of Italy: IT\ICCU\NAP\0308291)

  57. JEUNESSE RENDUE AUX VIEILLARDS, LA

    From an advert in "Bibliotheca Carringtoniensis", p.50: "par un "bohémien de Paris". Tirage à 400 exemplaires in-8 raisin sur papier de Hollande. Beau frontispice à l'eau-forte par Paul Avril. Quatre eaux-fortes de Thévenin." Another advert states "300 examples on Holland, 5 on Japon and 10 on whatman." This advertisement may be refering to a French edition of Old Man Young Again, published by Carrington in 1898.

  58. JOSEPH'S ENTANGLEMENT

    Being an Agony in Five Acts London: Smithson and Co., 1906

    Pamphlet. 37pp.Printed on hand-made paper, watermarked Arches.

    Probably Carrington.

    (Mendes: 172 bis)

  59. 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)

  60. 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)

  61. JUNO AND THE INDIAN

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

    8vo. 12pp.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-YK PIECE-128)

  62. LADY GAY SPANKER'S TALES OF FUN & FLAGELLATION

    [decorative headpiece] | LADY | Gay Spankers' | TALES OF FUN & FLAGELLATION, etc. | [decorative line] | PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR | SUBSCRIBERS ONLY. | 1896

    11.25cm. x 17.78cm. 128pp. Printed on glossy laid paper watermarked Original Clefcy Mill. Title page printed in red and black. Decorative red border on all pages. 8 tipped-in original drawings with sub-titles [such as "Madame de V taking the root"] done in ink, crayon, watercolor and what appears to be acrylic paint.

    Possibly Carrington.

    (Kinsey: 823.7 L15 1896. Mendes: 94. British Library: P.C.13.c.9)

  63. LASHED INTO LUST

    Lashed into Lust [fractur] | The Caprice | OF A | Flagellator. | [fractur] | [vignette] | Privately Printed | for Subscribers Only | [line] | MDCCCXCIX [1899]

    13.34cm. x 19.05cm. 132pp. Printed by Theime in a limited edition of 300 copies printed on hand-made Van Gelder. Head and tail pieces. Title page printed in red and black.

    Issued again by Carrington and/or Legrand in c.1908 under the author Robert Lovebirch.

    (Kinsey: 823.7 L34 1899. Mendes 125-A)

  64. LASHED INTO LUST

    ROBERT LOVEBIRCH. The Caprice of a Flagellator. London-Paris: Privately Printed, (c.1908).

    159pp. Printed by Noel Texier in a limited edition of 500 copies printed on thin, smooth wove paper.

    Probably Carrington and/or Legrand. Previously published by Carrington in 1899, no author.

    (Mendes 125-B)

  65. LAW CONCERNING DRAPED VIRGINITY, THE

    ADRIAAN BEVERLAND. [Hadriani Beverlandi. De Solatæ virginitatis jure lucubratio academica]. An Academical Study. Translated for the first time with philogigical, and other explanatory Notes, by Francis D. Byrne, Hon. B.A. Lond. Univ. Paris: Charles Carrington, 1905.

    22cm. ix, [1], [xiii]-xxxix + 475pp. Printed by G. J. Theime (May 1905) in a limited edition of 500 copies. Latin and English on opposite pages.

    First published in Latin as Hadriani Beverlandi justinianaei de stolatae virginitatis jure lucubratio academica in 1680.

    (British Library: Cup.500.h.25. University of Sydney: Heymanson No.817 and Deane Ero. A.4.42. University of Texas: HQ 19 B583)

  66. LECTURES ON THE ORIGIN, PROGRESS AND ELIMINATION OF SYPHILIS

    PAUL ROBERTSON. With special chapters on the cerebral developments of this disease, and its bearing on Marriage and Divorce.

    This title is from an advert in "List of Mr. Carrington's Recent Medical and Philosophical Publications" in the back of volume 2 of Untrodden Fields. This book has not been found in any of the usual sources.

  67. LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF SILAS SHOVEWELL, THE

    Written by himself and now first published. London: Printed for the booksellers, 1896.

    Two volumes in one. 90pp. Printed by Edouard Maheu on glossy laid paper watermarked Original Crown Mill.

    Probably Carrington. This work is an English translation of Le Portier des Chartreux, which itself was a translation of the original French Histoire de Dom B..., c.1745. However, Foxon says it was clearly printed earlier [Foxon: Libertine Literature in England, p.18 notes]. Pia puts the date at about 1740-41. Previously published by William Lazenby and Edward Avery in c.1886. Also published by Charles Hirsch in 1907 [c.1930s], possibly printed by Maurice Duflou, with illustrations by Paul Avril.

    (Mendes 18-B)

  68. LIKE NERO

    LIKE NERO | [line] | ROMANCE OF A MODERN RIVAL OF | THE ROMAN EMPEROR | [line] | [quotation] | TWENTY ILLUSTRATIONS | PARIS | Society of British Bibliophiles | 1903 (1904) | (All rights reserved)

    12.70cm. x 18.42cm. 567pp. Printed, possibly by Theime, in a limited edition of 500 copies printed on light-weight wove paper. 20 drawings by Emile Mas.

    The date on the cover shows 1904.

    (Kinsey: 843.7 L72 1904. Mendes: 152)

  69. 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)

  70. LOIS GÉNITALES, LES

    LOIS | GÉNITALES | [line] | ÉTUDE DES PHÉNOMÉNES | PRÉSIDANT AUX FONCTIONS | DE L'AMOUR NORMAL | ET DE LA PROCRÉEATION HUMAINE | Par le Docteur JACOBUS X... | AUTEUR DE | L'Amour aux Colonies; Le Marquis de Sade devant | la Science; l'Ethnologie du Sens génital; | et de plusieurs ouvrages militaires | [quotation] | [vignette] | PARIS | CHARLES CARRINGTON, ÉDITEUR | 13, RUE DU FAUBOURG-MONTMARTRE | 1906

    16.51cm. x 26.04cm. vi + 452pp. Printed by Bussière in a limited edition of 550 copies. Copy seen in original paper wrappers with flaps. Title page in red and black. Chapter pieces. Decorative first letter of each chapter.

    Previously published in English by Carrington in 1900 under his imprint Maison d'Editions Scientifiques as The Genital Laws.

    (Kinsey: 521 X1L. Bibliothèque Nationale: RES 4-TB68-153. University of Sydney: Deane Ero. A.4.26.)

  71. LORD RUTLAND ET SHAKESPEARE

    CELESTIN DEMBLON | [quotation] | [line] | Lord Rutland | est Shakespeare | Le plus grand des Mystères dévoilé | Shaxper de Stratford hors cause | [quotation] | PARIS | PAUL FERDINANDO, LIBRAIRE EDITEUR | ANCIENNE MAISON CHARLES CARRINGTON | 11, RUE DE CHATEAUDUN, 11 | [short line] | 1912 | Droits de Reproduction et Traduction réservés

    8vo. viii + 559pp. Printed by E. Arrault in a limited edition of 100 copies on papier vergé.

    Title page only seen. This work is one of only three known books, the other two being Neiges d'Antan, 1913 and L'auteur d'Hamlet et son monde, 1914, where Carrington published using his real name.

    (Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-NX-3575. Library of Congress: PR2947.R8 D4 1912. Michael Neal Catalogue No.5, April 1989, #20)

  72. LOVE AND SAFETY

    Love and Safety: or Love and Lasciviousness with Safety and Secrecy. A lecture, delivered with practical illustrations by the Empress of of Austria (The Modern Sapho); assisted by her favorite Lizette. Written expressly for and Dedicated to Ladies of all Ages and All Countries. S.I.: n.p., 1896.

    144pp. Printed on hand-made paper watermarked D&C Blauw. followed by a catalogue of English works. Title page in red and black, framed in decorative red border.

    Title page only seen. Possibly Carrington. The author may be the work of John Stephen Farmer, although there is no hard evidence to suppor this attribution [Legman: The Horn Book, p.65]. A reprint of the 1885 edition published by William Lazenby and Edward Avery [Mendes: 14-A].

    (Mendes 14-B)

  73. 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)

  74. LOVELY NIGHTS OF YOUNG GIRLS SERVED UP SEASONED AND PREPARED FOR AMATORY FEASTS

    Printed for The Erotica Biblion Society of London and New-York, [n.d. c.1895].

    178pp. Printed on glossy laid paper

    Previously published by Augustin Brancart in 1891 as Tit-Bits. In Mendes' unpublished addenda to Clandestine Erotic Fiction: 63-B becomes 63-D with a new 63-B entered as a c.1895 edition printed and published by Bergé, Rotterdam [Imprint: PRINTED FOR THE INTERNATIONAL UNION OF / JOLLY GOOD FELLOWS / PARIS-LONDON. 164pp. printed on semi-glossy cream wove paper.]. The copy held in the British Library appears to be uniform with the c.1912 entry in Mendes [See 63-C].

    (Mendes: 63-D [previously 63-B])

  75. LOVELY NIGHTS OF YOUNG GIRLS SERVED UP SEASONED AND PREPARED FOR AMATORY FEASTS

    Printed for The Erotica Biblion Society of New-York, [n.d. c.1896].

    182pp. Printed on glossy laid paper in a limited edition of 250 copies printed on smooth cream laid paper, watermarked 'British Mail'

    Previously published by Augustin Brancart in 1891 as Tit-Bits. This entry reflects the new information contained in Mendes' unpublished addenda to Clandestine Erotic Fiction. See the notes in the above entry for additional changes to 63-B [now 63-D].

    (Mendes: 63-C)

  76. LOVES OF A MUSICAL STUDENT, THE

    Library of Rare and Curious English Books. | [rule] | THE | Loves | OF A | MUSICAL STUDENT | BEING | THE HISTORY OF THE ADVENTURES AND AMOROUS INTRIGUES | OF | A YOUNG RAKE | WITH | MANY BEAUTIFUL WOMEN | DISCLOSING A NUMBER OF | VOLUPTUOUS ANECDOTES | NEVER BEFORE PRINTED | Founded On Facts, and Interspersed With Remarkable Narratives | Written by Himself | [vignette] | PARIS | SOCIÉTÉ DES BIBLIOPHILES ETRANGERS | MDCCCXCVII (1897)

    8vo. 235pp. Possibly printed by Theime, issued in a limited edition of 300 copies printed on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder Zonen.

    This work, written by Sam May the elder [Ashbee: Vol.3, p. xxxii], is an expanded reprint which contains sexual descriptions not found in the c.1835 William Dugdale edition titled The Amours, Intrigues and Adventures of a Musical Student, [under the false imprint of H. Smith]. A previous edition was published by J.H. Farrell in c.1820 as The Amours of a Musical Student, which Ashbee believes is a reprint of an English original [Ashbee: Vol.3, p. 229-232]

    (Mendes: 101. British Library: P.C.13.ff.12)

  77. LOVES OF VENUS, THE

    Or The Young Wife's Confession. London: Privately Printed, 1894.

    Printed by Edouard Maheu on smooth laid paper watermarked Original Crown Mill.

    Possibly Carrington. A collection of stories, which includes: The Mysteries of Venus; Kissing or the Seduction of E-R S-N; The Amours of Alibeck and Santon; Grisette and the Student; My Naughty Niece as a Model; The Garters; The Strawberry; How It's Done, or Seduction Unveiled; and Singular and Mysterious Death. Except for Kissing and Amours of Alibeck, these stories were reprinted in Carrington's The Birchen-Bouquet, 1896. This work was previously published by William Lazenby in 1881.

    (Mendes: 89)

  78. LOVE WITHOUT DANGER

    A Study in Social Science. Paris: [Society of British Bibliophiles], 1904.

    19cm. 179pp.

    This title [with the "author" shown as Dr. R.W.X.] is listed in the catalogue Privately Printed English Books, issued for The Society of British Bibliophiles, found in the back of The Most Delectable Nights of Straparola, published by Carrington in 1906. The sub-title in the advert reads: Secrets of the Alcove.

    (Kinsey: 613.8 L89)

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