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        Three Illustrations to Dickens's Little Dorrit

      n.p. 1871 n.p., 1871. (DICKENS ILLUSTRATIONS) 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 inches each. pen and black ink on card, each monogrammed and inscribed in pencil on verso. . These three drawings were done for the Household Edition of Dickens's Little Dorrit,1871 (Book II,Chapter X; Book I, Chapter III, Book I, Chapter XIX). Mahoney (1816- 1876) was a talented British magazine and book illustrator who also illustrated Dickens's Oliver Twist and Our Mutual Friend. A master of the sombre in delicate pen and ink work he provided 58 illustrations to this edition of Little Dorrit. "Mahoney is one of the minor masters of Victorian illustration." (Gordon Ray)

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        The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex. I-II. With Illustrations.

      London, John Murray, 1871. First edition, second issue. Two volumes, VIII + 423 + (1) + 16; VIII + 475 + (1) + 16 p. Woodcut illustrations in the text. Original green cloth, blind-stamped borders, gilt titles and decorations to spine. 19,5 X 12,5 cm. Some wear to spine-ends and hinges.. Freeman, 937

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        The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex.

      In two volumes. London: John Murray, 1871. Seventh thousand. 2 vol. viii, 423,(1) pp. + 16 pp. book list dated January 1871. + viii, 475,(1) pp. + 16 pp. book list dated January 1871. Illustrated. Publishers green cloth with gilt lettering on spines and blindstamped frames on boards (bound by Edmonds & Remnants, London). Partly unopened copy. Owners stamp on titlepages (swedish historian Hans Hildebrand). Endpapers partly cracked and hinges slightly weak. Cloth worn at corners of boards and at head and foot of spines. 19,5 x 13,5 cm

      [Bookseller: Antiquaria]
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        Autograph letter signed to John Phillips

      London, 1871. No Dust Jacket."Happy old times with dear old Buckland, when we were groping our way." Owen, Richard (1804-92). Autograph letter signed to John Phillips (1800-1874). [London], British Museum, 10 Nov. 1871. 4pp. 180 x 113 mm. Light spotting, but very good. To Owen's old friend John Phillips, reader in geology at Oxford University, who had sent Owen a copy of his Geology of Oxford and the Valley of the Thames (1871). "I can now thank you not only for your Note but for your Book which is so full of good matter as an egg's full of meat. On this I have been feasting, till interruptions called me away. Much I find that recalls happy old times, with dear old Buckland, when we were groping our way. If I live to finish, & you to see, the Vol. on Australian fossils I promise you an early copy: I think it is likely to be the first opportunity I may have of returning you anything in kind . . ." Owen refers here to geologist and paleontologist William Buckland (1784-1856), author of Reliquiae diluvianae (1823) and of the first full account of a fossil dinosaur (1824). Buckland's support had been crucial to the advancement of Owen's career in the 1830s and 1840s. The "Vol. on Australian fossils" refers to Owen's Researches on the Fossil Remains of the Extinct Mammals of Australia, which he was then in the midst of writing; the work was published in 1877-78. John Phillips, the recipient of this letter, was the nephew and pupil of geologist William Smith (1769-1839), whose "Delineation of the Strata of England and Wales with part of Scotland"(1815) was the first large-scale geological map of any country.

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        The Innocents Abroad or The New Pilgrim's Progress

      Melbourne: George Robertson. 1871. First. First Australian edition, cloth issue. Green cloth lettered in gilt, gilt vignette on the front board, ruled and decorated on the rear board in blind. (19), 10-383, (1)pp. A small owner name on the front fly, front hinge tender, a bit of foxing, some scattered light stains on the front board, and some rubbing, an about very good copy of an uncommon edition. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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