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        THE MEMORIAL HISTORY OF BOSTON

      1880. Good. WINSOR, Justin, ed. THE MEMORIAL HISTORY OF BOSTON, including Suffolk County, Massachusetts, 1630-1880. In Four Volumes. Boston: Ticknor and Company, (1880-1881). Profusely illustrated with maps, diagrams, facsimiles, etc. Quarto. Light brown half-calf, red marbled paper- covered boards, all edges and endpapers marbled to match; spines in gilt, with brown or red morocco labels. Ink ownership. Bindings are rubbed/scraped along perimeters, Joints are somewhat tender. Text and illustrations are quite fresh. Internally fine, but about very good overall.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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        History of the Donner Party. A Tragedy of the Sierras

      San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Company, 1880. The rare second edition, slightly revised and enlarged, being the first illustrated edition. Spine gilt a little dulled, edges a trifle dust soiled, preliminary and terminal leaves a bit foxed, else fine. Octavo.

      [Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books]
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        Report on the Geology of the High Plateaus of Utah [Text Volume only]

      Washington [D.C.]: [U.S.] Government Printing Office, 1880. First edition. Original brown cloth ruled in blind, gilt titles. About very good, extremities worn, with some loss of cloth especially at spine ends, tape shadow on spine, small bookplate to front pastedown, marginal tear to one plate at fold, otherwise contents and plates quite fine. 4to. Illus. with 11 b/w heliotype plates with tissue guards, 1 of which is folding, and 4 cross-section plates, all folding. At the head of the title: Department of the Interior U.S. Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region. J.W. Powell, in Charge. This copy is the text volume only, the Atlas volume is not present. Provenance: From the library of Kenneth E. Hill, with his bookplate.

      [Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        CARLYLE [Highly Finished Ink Portrait]

      Oak Park, IL. [probably 1930s].. Original drawing, in ink (43 x 32.5 cm, plus large margins). A few faint smudges to margins, verso a bit smudged and soiled. with mounting residue on top edge verso. Matted. Very good A fine portrait of a contemplative Carlyle, seated. deep in thought, smoking his pipe by a fireplace, by the Chicago commercial artist and book plate designer (1880 - 1972). The portrait is enclosed within a complex border of flowers, thistle and vines, with Carlyle's name entwined in the lower margin. This portrait is very much in the style of - but surpasses in composition - the portrait he did of William Morris, which appeared as part of a series in THE INLAND PRINTER, to which he was frequent contributor. Signed in the image, and with Junge's name and address in pencil on the verso.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Cassell's Illustrated History of England New and Revised Edition

      Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, 1880. Revised. Hardcover Hardcover. Good. Cassell's Illustrated History of England, New and Revised Edition. Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, c1880. Nine volumes in a 5 book set. Incredible history of England. New and Revised. Profusely illustrated. Hardcover. Leather spine and tips over pebbled boards. Large format books. Moderate bumping and damage. Interior brown spotting occasionally. Good condition set overall.

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        Island Life: or, The Phenomena and Causes of Insular Faunas and Floras, including a revision and attempted solution of the problem of Geological Climates

      London: Macmillan and Co.,, 1880. first edition; xvii, [1], 526, [2] (ads) pp., hand colored maps as frontispiece, 2 single page maps with small elements colored, 23 illustrations in text, many are maps and some full page; green original cloth dulled and rubbed, rebacked with the original spine covering laid on, general age toning, front hinge broken with early leaves in danger of becoming detached, modern private book plate, fair. Photos available upon request.

      [Bookseller: Zubal Books]
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        CONFIDENCE

      1880. Boston: Houghton, Osgood and Company, 1880. Original terra-cotta cloth, beveled. First American Edition, which consisted of 1500 copies -- issued two months after the 500-copy English two-decker (which is now quite rare).~And what is interesting is that in the ensuing weeks [following his brother William's marriage], Henry wrote his worst novel... It bears the uncommonly ineffectual title of CONFIDENCE. Its plot is like an old eighteenth century comedy, or a theme for a strange three-figure ballet, in which two young men... become involved with a young woman named Angela. First, one of the young men loves Angela; she rejects him and he marries someone else. Then the other young man wants to marry her. She accepts him, and in the climax there is much dashing about and a frantic scene of jealousy in which the first young man offers to divorce his wife if Angela will still have him... [Edel]~This copy is in the primary binding (which comes in any of three colors, without priority), with "Houghton Osgood" rather than the later "Houghton Miff­lin" at the foot of the spine. Although CONFIDENCE has not been as difficult to find as some of the other early James titles, copies like this are becoming rather scarce. Housed in a handsome morocco-backed slipcase. Supino 11.3.0; Edel & Laur­ence A11b.~This copy twice bears the signature of Mrs. Allan Melville (on the front endpaper dated 1880, and again on the title page). This was Herman's sister-in-law: when Herman Melville and his new wife Elizabeth returned from their honeymoon in 1847, they moved in with his younger brother Allan (a Wall Street lawyer) and his new first wife Sophia in New York City (after her death, Allan in 1860 married Jane Dempsey -- the Mrs. who owned this volume). Provenance: James Gilvarry Sale (1986), lot 117.

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        The American Art Review. A Journal Devoted to the Practice, Theory, History and Archaeology of Art ... [vol. 1]

      Boston: Estes and Lauriat, 1880. Thick 4to. (12 1/4 x 9 3/8 inches). 61 plates, including original etchings by Thomas Moran, Peter Moran, R. Swain Gifford, Henry Farrer, J.M. Falconer, J. Foxcroft Cole, A. F. Bellows, A. Brennan, Samuel Colman, W. Leibl, James Smillie and more. Numerous illustrations. Publisher's brown cloth, upper cover bordered and lettered in gilt, flat spine lettered in gilt, top edge gilt, brown endpapers. The scarce first volume of a noted American art journal, complete with original engravings by noted artists of the day, including an original Thomas Moran etching. The Thomas Moran etching, titled The Passiac Meadows, appears facing page 151, which includes a brief biography of the artist, noting: "Mr. Moran, who, it is well known, has made several trips to the Western territories, has been deeply impressed by the artistic possibilities of this part of the country and of its native inhabitants." For the Moran etching: Klackner 15; Gilcrease 24.

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        A HISTORY Of STOCKTON From Its Organization Up to the Present Time Including a Sketch of San Joaquin County Comprising a History of the Government, Politics, State of Society, Religion, Fire Department, Commerce, Secret Societies, Art, Science, Manufactures, Agriculture and Miscellaneous Events Within the Past Thirty Years. Illustrated with Portraits & Familiar Woodcuts

      San Francisco:: W. M. Hinton & Co.,. 1880.. 8vo. 8-7/8" x 5-5/8". 1st edition (Cowan II, p. 640; Howes T-273; Rocq 13138). TLs [& envelope] from author laid-in. xvi, [2], 196, [2], 203 - 397, [1 (blank)] pp.. Original publisher's brown cloth binding with gilt stamped title lettering to spine (professionally rebacked).. Square & tight. Spine gilt dull. PO name stamp. Overall, a VG+. copy.. Tinkham's TLs, dated 1926, responds to a request for his book, which he is unable to provide, advising "Miss Woods", from San Francisco, it's already "very scarce and going up in price". & & A fact that still applies today... the work somewhat uncommon on the commercial market, especially in collectible condition as is this copy; ABPC shows 1995 the last one to auction. . Frontis photograph(s): one of Weber & the other of his residence [by J. P. Spooner]. 4 inserted plates. Cuts.

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA]
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        North-West Exploration. Journal of Expedition from De Grey to Port Darwin

      Perth,: Richard Pether, 1880.. Folio, with eight tinted plates and a large folding coloured map (repaired tear with small loss); original papered boards with paper label on upper board, backed in blue cloth, early crease extending the length of the upper board, extremities worn, head and tail of spine expertly restored, withal a good copy. First edition and rare, an important work of western Australian exploration. This was the only major publication relating to Alexander Forrest's important expedition in the north-west, and 'because of its less austere style of publication and the importance of the expedition itself, this volume is quite sought after and would grace any collection' (Wantrup).Alexander Forrest, who served under his brother, John, on several expeditions, did his most memorable exploratory work in the north-west, especially on this 1879 expedition he led from the De Grey River to the Telegraph Line and Port Darwin. The eight-month expedition followed the Fitzroy River to the King Leopold Range. Finding this mountain range impenetrable they skirted around it to discover and name the Nicholson Plains, and later the Ord River. After reaching the Victoria River and the Telegraph Line, the party then struck out for Port Darwin.This was one of the most important expeditions undertaken in the north-west of the continent and was of considerable importance in opening up the interior. Forrest's Journal is unusally attractive for a government-printed expedition account, and is illustrated with early Perth-printed lithographs after sketches by Henry Charles Prinsep. Prinsep (1844-1922), who had studied art under George Frederick Watts in London, and later in Heidleberg and Dresden, as well as studying law at Oxford, emigrated to the Swan River Colony in 1866. He joined the Lands and Surveys Department as a draughtsman, later becoming head of the Mines Department and chief protector of the Aborigines. He was commissioned by the Lands Department to illustrate both Forrest's Journal and Giles's Australia Twice Traversed, published in 1889. Interesting - though misleading - is the credit Prinsep received in the introduction to Giles's work, where he is named as Mr. Val Prinsep of Perth. Valentine (Val) Prinsep was Henry's more famous artist-cousin, but was based in London.Ferguson, 9679a; Wantrup, 195.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        ON THE PHOTOGRAPHIC SPECTRA OF STARS. From the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Vol 171, pp. 669-690. [The Rare Offprint]

      London:: Royal Society,, 1880. Near Fine. A SIGNATURE OF WILLIAM HUGGINS above which is printed his address in London, Upper Hulse Hill S. W. is laid-in. Near Fine Offprint from the Transactions of the Royal Society in original mildly soiled printed wrappers with "From the Author" inscribed on the front wrapper in an unknown hand. The offprint and signature are in a custom quarter morocco and cloth clamshell box with gilt lettering on the spine, black lettering on the cover. 4to. pp. 669-690 + large fold-out plate. Rare especially with Huggins' signature.

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        Sketches from Nipal

      London: W.H. Allen, 1880. Two volumes in original gilt lettered green cloth. 418 pp, 364 pp. 2 pages ads vol 1. Eighteen (18) plates of which 6 are coloured chromolithographs. Some expert repair done to the head and heel of spine and hinges strengthened. Ink word "discarded written on the title page of volume 2. Evidence of label removal from the endpapers. Otherwise this is a near fine set with virtually no wear to the front panels and a minimum of foxing to interiors. Very nice copy of rare book.. 1st Edition. Cloth. Near Fine. 8vo.

      [Bookseller: Contact Editions]
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        Las quinquagenas de la nobleza de España

      Real Academia de la Historia 1880 - 30 cm Manuscrito de 1555 publicado por la real Academia de la Historia bajo la dirección de don Vicente de la fuente. I (único publicado), Madrid, 1880, en folio, 30 cm. Tres facsímiles. XXXVI + 559 p. Cubierta original pasta española y lomo de piel algo gastada. Texto en perfecto estado. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HISTORIA DE UNA MUJER. Album de cincuenta cromos

      - Barcelona, Establecimiento lito-tipográfico de Juan Aleu y Fugarull, 1880. Folio mayor. 50 cromolitografías dibujadas por el autor y realizadas por Pigrau y Aleu. Enc. editorial en tela de color verde estampada. Primera edición de esta obra que empezó a germinarse en México como una idea comercial. La cigarrera "El Buen Tono" decidió insertar en cada cajetilla, desde 1880, una serie de 102 litografías ejecutadas por el pintor catalán E. Planas. "Historia de una mujer" aparece como lo más cercano al lenguaje de la historieta, con una serie de viñetas ilustradas en las que el texto queda insertado en el pie de la lámina. Palau 228261. Cuento moral en cincuenta placas de gran tamaño (20cms x 27cms) que ilustran la carrera de una mujer picante, obscena y promiscua; su ascensión, descenso y la ruina final. La vemos en París, en St. Petersburgo, en los bailes y fiestas, con varios hombres. Su fin se producirá en un convento de monjas. Encuadernación editorial en tela de color verde estampada, algo rozada. Algunas marcas de óxido. Muy buen ejemplar. Ilustración. Bibliofilia. Libro en español. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dorcas Gazelles and Cobra

      Great Britain: Original Watercolor, [c.1880-1900]. Matted in Rag Board Fine Fine original watercolor on rag paper. (25.4 x 17.7 cm). Matted in Rag. Condition: Fine, with minor aged paper remains to verso corners from previous mount watermarked 1902. Pathos notwithstanding and made all the more alluring by want of attribution, this vivid watercolor scene (a trio of Dorcas Gazelles startled by a coiled Cobra) was envisioned and thus executed not by a professional artist, field naturalist or explorer but by an amateur, or armchair, traveler/naturalist /painter. The drama evident yet depiction gentle, this watercolor quite plausibly was painted by a young Victorian gentlewoman who would have learned the art of nature painting, as was the custom, and who would have sought inspiration from the grand natural history color plate volumes of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This bold and vivid naturalists' display of a tapestry of dappled foliage or the crystalline translucence of disturbed water or the splendid reticulated plumage is clearly stylized by a primitive eye, yet executed with an accomplished and refined hand; the technique is learned. The resulting composition is one of dramatic charm.

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        History of the Donner Party. A Tragedy of the Sierras

      San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Company, 1880. The rare second edition, slightly revised and enlarged, being the first illustrated edition. Spine gilt a little dulled, edges a trifle dust soiled, preliminary and terminal leaves a bit foxed, else fine. Octavo.

      [Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books]
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        RECUEIL DE THESES ET MEMOIRES DE STOMATOLOGIE RECUEILLIS PAR EMILE MAGITOT

      Grand et fort in-8° relié demi-chagrin de l'époque, dos à cinq nerfs, titre gravé. L'ouvrage est en condition magnifique. Very perfect copy. Presque tous les textes sont pourvus des plats d'origine. On trouve relié à la suite : LUIGI (Louis). Contribution à l'histoire de l'hémorrhagie consécutive à l'extraction des dents. Paris, Delahaye, 1876. 52 pp. BIDO (Franco). Etude sémiologique sur deux cas de fracture des os maxillaires supérieurs. Paris, Parent, 1877. 78 pp, 2 planches h-t. Des accidents provoqués par l'éruption de la dent de sagesse. Paris, Delahaye, 1878. 107 pp, forte mouillure sur les dernières pages. 59 pp. MEUNIER (Georges). Du syphilome ou gomme en nappe de la cavité buccale. Paris, Parent, 1882. 92 pp. Manque angulaire sur la page de titre dû a un envoi déchiré. FOURRIER (G). De la prothèse palatine. Paris, Ollier-Henry, 1883. 75 pp. ABADIE (J.B). Essai sur quelques accidents de la première dentition. Le Mans, Drouin, 1885. 54 pp. PITSCH (Georges). Essai sur les dents à pivot de leurs inconvénients. Paris, Jouve, 1894. 49 pp. DELECLUSE (J). De l'occlusion pathologique des machoires. Paris, Jouve, 1894. 62 pp. Envoi. BELTRAMI (Edouard). L'articulation alvéolo-dentaire chez l'homme. Paris, Baillière, 1895. 120 pp. BAUDET (Raoul). Du mal perforant buccal. Paris, Steinheil, 1898. 83 pp. Envoi. ROBIN (Pierre). Role de la mastication et du sac folliculaire dans l'ascension des dents. Paris, Steinheil, 1899. 65 pp Très bon couverture rigide Edition originale

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        Egyptian Vultures

      Great Britain: Original Watercolor, [c.1880-1900]. Matted in Rag Board Fine Fine original watercolor on rag paper. (25.4 x 17.7 cm). Matted in Rag. Condition: Fine, with minor aged paper remains to verso corners from previous mount watermarked 1902. Pathos notwithstanding and made all the more alluring by want of attribution, this vivid watercolor scene (a quartet of Egyptian Vultures feeding on prey on the banks of the Nile) was envisioned and thus executed not by a professional artist, field naturalist or explorer but by an amateur, or armchair, traveler/naturalist /painter. The drama evident yet depiction gentle, this watercolor quite plausibly was painted by a young Victorian gentlewoman who would have learned the art of nature painting, as was the custom, and who would have sought inspiration from the grand natural history color plate volumes of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This bold and vivid naturalists' display of a tapestry of dappled foliage or the crystalline translucence of disturbed water or the splendid reticulated plumage is clearly stylized by a primitive eye, yet executed with an accomplished and refined hand; the technique is learned. The resulting composition is one of dramatic charm.

      [Bookseller: Lowry-James Rare Prints & Books, ABAA]
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        Ansichten von Berlin.

      15 Originalphotographien, Albuminabzüge, je ca. 18 x 28 bzw. 28 x 18 cm, jeweils auf Originalkarton, 31 x 39 bzw. 39 x 31 cm, aufgezogen, auf diesem mit Titel und Verlagsaufdruck "Photographische Gesellschaft Berlin". Mit handgezeichnetem Widmungsblatt für Erich Beckmann zum 12. Oct. 1895. Lose eingelegt in gold- und schwarzgeprägte Orig.-Flügelmappe, Die FloraSchloß Charlottenburg(diese in der unteren linken Ecke ausgeblichen, Rücken restauriert)., Schöne Folge von Berlin-Ansichten aus dem ausgehenden 19. Jahrhundert: Königl. Schloß, Schloßbrücke, Schloßbrunnen, Denkmal Friedrichs d. Gr., Universität, Siegessäule, Rathaus, Brandenburger Tor, Königl. Kriegsakademie, Schloß und Mausoleum in Charlottenburg, die Flora etc.- Kartons leicht gewellt, Widmungsblatt m. kl. Fehlstellen im äußeren Rand; die Photos in erstklassigem Zustand. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]

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        RECUEIL DE THESES ET MEMOIRES DE STOMATOLOGIE RECUEILLIS PAR EMILE MAGITOT (copy signed - envois autographes)

      Grand et fort in-8° relié demi-chagrin de l'époque, dos à cinq nerfs, titre gravé. L'ouvrage est en condition magnifique. Very perfect copy. Presque tous les textes sont pourvus des plats d'origine. On trouve relié à la suite : BOUSQUET (Hippolyte). Etude sur les abcès développés sans le sinus maxillaire. Paris, Moquet, 1876. 54 pp. Envoi. MADEC (R. De). Des abcès du sinus maxillaire. Paris, Derenne, 1881. 59 pp. Envoi. LEPLAT (Alfred). Contribution à l'étude des accidents de la syphilis héréditaire. Syphilis dentaire. Paris, Ollier, 1891. 67 pp. DUGOGIER (S). Orthodontie ou traitement des déviations dentaires. Paris, Baillière, 1893. 86 pp, 2 planches h-t. LEBEDINSKY (J). Les gingivo-stomatites et le polymicrobisme buccal. Paris, Carré, 1898. 66 pp. Envoi.FERRIER (Paul). Relations de nutrition entre le squelette et les dents. Odontocie. Ostéocie. Paris, Carré, 1900. 100 pp. STEPINSKI. Des épulis. Paris, 1901. 130 pp. SAVOYE (Charles). De l'unité des accidents de dentition. Paris, Vigot, 1902. 61 pp. Envoi. VEVE (A). Malformations et lésions dentaires chez les rachitiques. Paris, Boyer, 1902. 73 pp. 16 figures in-t. TELLIER (Camille). Traitement des fistules d'origine dentaire. Paris, Jouve, 1892. 103 pp. - GUERIN (Emile). L'empyème vrai du sinus maxillaire. Diagnostic différentiel avec la sinusite maxillaire chronique par la mesure de la capacité du sinus (signe de Mahu) et par la diaphanoscopie. Paris, Rousset, 1903. 185 pp. Long index bibliographique. Envoi. HOUPERT (Henri-Marie-Joseph). Contribution à l'étude étiologique des troubles gingivo-dentaires dans la grossesse. Bordeaux, Gounouilhou, 1903. 46 pp. Passages soulignés au crayon Très bon couverture rigide Edition originale Signé par l'auteur

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        Lord Randolph Churchill, inscribed by Churchill to Brigadier-General Simon Fraser

      This is Churchill's first biographic work, concentrating heavily on his father's career in Parliament after 1880. The British first edition was published in two volumes in 1906. In 1907, the publisher issued a one-volume edition, containing the full text of the two volume work (printed on thinner paper). The binding closely resembles that of the first edition of just a year earlier; the binding cloth and shelf appearance are the same except for the absence of the gilt title and coat of arms on the front cover of the one-volume edition. This particular copy bears a lovely and quite interesting five-line inscription in black ink on the half title reading: "To / Simon Fraser / from / Winston S. Churchill / 1908-1922". Brigadier-General Simon Joseph Fraser, 14th Lord Lovat and 3rd Baron Lovat KT, GCVO, KCMG, CB, DSO (1871-1933), was a prominent Scottish Roman Catholic aristocrat, soldier, politician, and one of the largest landowners in Britain. Lord Lovat served with distinction in both the Boer War and the First World War, where he commanded the Highland Mounted Brigade at Gallipoli . He would later serve with Churchill in the Conservative administration of Stanley Baldwin as Under-Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs from 1926 to 1927. Churchill's inscription is an epitaph for his stormy, 15-year tenure as M.P. for the Scottish industrial constituency of Dundee. In 1908, Churchill - still in his mid thirties - was promoted to the Cabinet. At the time, an old rule required that newly appointed Cabinet Ministers had to seek re-election by their constituencies. Unfortunately for Winston, the by-election became a test of confidence in the Liberal government. Forced to defend the Government's policy of the past two years, targeted by vengeful Conservatives, and hounded on the hustings by Suffragettes, Churchill lost his seat. Literally within minutes of his defeat, Churchill received a telegram from Dundee Liberals inviting him to become their candidate. When he did accept the invitation - 72 hours later to the chagrin and consternation of local pride - Churchill wrote to his mother: "It is a life seat and cheap and easy beyond all experience". This was not to be the case. At the time, Churchill was a young lion of the Liberal Party, vexing the British establishment and helping lay the foundations of the modern welfare state. In 1904, he had quit the Conservative Party and joined the Liberals, beginning a dynamic chapter in his political career that saw him champion progressive causes and be branded a traitor to his class - doubtless endearing him to the people of Dundee. Nonetheless, the gap between him and his constituents was acute. Dundee was a predominantly working class constituency - "a dark mass of dirty grey sandstone tenements, punctuated by high chimney stacks and church spires", heavily reliant on the volatile textile trade. In 1922, Churchill lost his seat in a 6-way contest, in which he placed 4th. His party was likewise slaughtered at the polls, winning only 62 seats and becoming insignificant. At the time, the loss seemed like Churchill's political denouement. However, two years later, after losing two by-elections, he won his way back to the House of Commons as an independent. When Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin brought him into his Cabinet as Chancellor of the Exchequer, Churchill turned full circle, becoming once more a Tory, which he would remain for the remaining 40+ years of his long political life. The inscription is distinct and unfaded, though the ink has bled slightly onto the facing blank endpaper. The book itself retains the original, unrestored binding in red cloth with gilt top edge. The binding is tight and square with a lightly sunned spine, darkened spine gilt, and minor wear at extremities. The contents are clean and bright with no spotting and no markings other than the author's inscription. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A17.4, Woods/ICS A8(b), Langworth p.74.

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        Lewis Wright

      London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, 1880.. Revised. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Green blind-stamped leather boards with gilt-lettering and chickens.. Spine has been expertly rebacked. All page ends gilt. Complete with 50 beautiful colour chrome plates. 591 pages plus adverts. Foxing to end papers, better inside. Illustrations and diagrams throughout. Will require extra postage/insurance.

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        Lord Randolph Churchill

      Here is a spectacular fine binding we have commissioned of Winston Churchill's biography of his father, Lord Randolph Churchill.  This is Churchill's first biographic work, concentrating heavily on his father's career in Parliament after 1880. It was well received as both a frank portrayal of the subject and a showcase for Winston's literary talent. At the time, the young Winston Churchill still saw himself in the shadow of his once-influential father. Today it is the son that history has favored with lasting fame.  Offered here is the British first edition, only printing, in a superlative fine binding.  The binding was commissioned by us from a talented, sole-proprietor UK binder whose services we and our customers are privileged to employ.  The binding is half-leather, featuring hand-dyed, polished tan calf over maroon cloth boards with twin morocco spine labels on each volume. The gilt titling, rules, and decoration are 24 carat gold leaf, laid on by hand. The spine features raised bands, ruled compartments, extensive gilt decoration including the lion rampant, red title panel, and black author panel. All borders and transitions feature double gilt rules. The head and foot bands are sewn, not glued. Condition of the binding is flawless. The contents are well-suited to the binding, being especially crisp and bright for this edition.  No spotting.  No inscriptions.  All illustrations and protective tissue covers are intact.  Even the untrimmed page edges are unusually clean.  Searching for flaws, we note only slight age-toning to the rough extremities of the page edges and a tiny ink stain at the top edge of Volume II.  Bibliographic reference: Cohen A17.1, Woods/ICS A8(a), Langworth p.69.

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        Essai sur la pathogénie et la thérapeutique des accidents infectieux des suites de couches

      Paris, A. Parent 1880 In-4° broché (exemplaire de thèse de la Faculté à grandes marges), II, 336 pp., 3 planches hors-texte. Couverture d'attente de l'époque sur laquelle l'auteur à dédicacé son ouvrage. Edition originale. L'ouvrage est dédié à Pasteur. L'auteur est né à Lembeye dans les Basses-Pyrénées au coeur du pays basque le 22 décembre 1852 "C'est en pratiquant l'autopsie d'une femme morte dans le service de M. Hervieux, à la Maternité, vers le mois de mai, que je me trouvai pour la première fois en rapport avec M. Pasteur, qui cherchait en ce moment dans la culture des organismes de la fièvre puerpérale la solution d'une question soulevée à la tribune académique. Il m'engagea à entreprendre aussi l'étude de la question, ou de quelques-uns de ses côtés, persuadé qu'il était que la tâche était longue et difficile. Il m'offrit en même temps l'appui de ses précieux conseils. J'ai donc pu fréquenter quelque temps le laboratoire de ce maître éminent." Illustré par 3 planches hors-texte et 25 figures dans le texte. Cette édition en thèse est rarissime et moins connu que l'édition en librairie qui sortira quatre mois après (avec deux pages de moins) chez J.-B. Baillière sous un titre légèrement remanié : "La fièvre puerpérale et les organismes inférieurs; pathogénie et thérapeutique des accidents infectieux des suites de couches." Les deux derniers feuillets blancs sont froissés avec un petit manque de papier sinon bel exemplaire. Thèse soutenue devant Depaul, Guéniot, Marchand et Rendu. (TZ) Bon couverture souple Edition originale

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        MICHIGAN INFANTRY TACTICS, for Non-Commissioned Officers and Soldiers, Derived from Laws and Regulations Practiced in the Army of the United States and Michigan Militia, Being a Handbook for the Rank and File of the Militia, Showing What are the Rights and Duties, How to Obtain the Former and Perform the Latter and Thereby Enabling Them to Seek Promotion and Distinction in the Service

      Detroit:: Published by the Detroit Engraving Company,. 1880.. 5-5/8" x 3-3/4". 1st edition. [2], 156, [6] pp.. Flexible plain brown cloth binding with blue paper eps.. General binding wear, with front hinge paper split. Period. presentation inscription ["Presented to Cpl / R H Knapp / by / W J. Hayward / Lieut Col Commdg / Atlanta Battalion / Atlanta / Ga / Jany. 17, 1881"] to front eps. Copyright stamp to t.p. A VG copy.. Very rare Michigan imprint on the subject of military tactics, with OCLC recording no institutional holdings of this first edition. The NUC records just the LoC copy. . 4 folding plates, with multiple cuts to each, at rear.

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        HUMOROUS ALBUM OF INDELICATE LADIES

      18. Very Good. [PAINTING ALBUM] TOSHINDO, artist. [A HUMOROUS ALBUM OF INDELICATE LADIES, c. 1880] 22 x 13.8 cm, Orihon folding album in raw silk covered boards. Shibata Toshindo was married into the Shibata family, her original family name was Niwa and birthplace Nagoya. The brother of one artist and married to another, she became a student of Tsukioka Yoshitoshi and developed her skills as a painter of beautiful women. In this album she has turned her brush to a more humorous angle. In a series of 12 double page paintings she has recast the traditional "farting scroll" genre to the feminine side. Feats of strength, wrestling, games, even the ultimate farting contest, performed by robed and (hopefully) perfumed ladies. Fun and obviously irreverent. In very good condition. Quite skillful with a sure line.

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        On the Hunt for the King of the Alps. A Plant Deemed Worthy

      The Lone Oak Press Petersham, MA: The Lone Oak Press, 2012. Hard Cover. Fine. Hard Cover. Deluxe edition. Number 12 of 14 deluxe copies. A total of 60 copies were printed. Numbered and signed by the book artist. "In the Lone Oak Press book Mimpish Squinnies we focused on fourteen plants that British plant explorer Reginald Farrer (1880 - 1920) dislike with a passion. In this new book, we join Farrer on a journey to the Alps in his quest to see in situ one of his most beloved plants, Eritrichium nanum, also known as King of the Alps" (prospectus). In addition to the book, this deluxe edition includes an essay by book artist Abigail Rorer discussing the trials and tribulations of trying to grow Eritrichium nanum, a botanical illustration in watercolor of the King of the Alps, a psedo herbarium specimen of Eritrichium nanum, an extra suite of prints from the book with an experimental print using various engravings from the book and related material. All contained within a large black cloth clamshell box with black leather spine titled in silver.

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        Histoire de la vie et des vertus de Mgr. Caire protonotaire apostolique décédé à Lyon le 5 juillet 1856 ( 1797 - 1856 ) [ Biographie manuscrite inédite d'un prêtre marseillais, aumônier d'Henri IV et de Louis le Grand, contemporain de Lamennais, Frayssinous, Quelen et Mgr. de Mazenod, ami de Mgr. de Salinis et co-directeur du collège de Juilly ]

      Congrégation de Notre Dame, Chanoinesses de St Augustin 1880 Manuscrit de travail anonyme et original, abondamment corrigé et annoté, et reproduisant abondamment la correspondance de Mgr. Caire, en 1 vol. in-8 relié demi-basane marron, Congrégation de Notre Dame, Chanoinesses de St Augustin, s.d. (circa 1880), 401 pp. (rel. frottée avec le premier plats et les premiers ff. détachés). Un passionnant document retraçant un intéressant parcours ecclésiastique dans la première moitié du XIXe siècle (avec un saisissant récit de l'épidémie de choléra de 1832 à Paris) Fils du fervent légitimiste marseillais André Antoine Esprit Caire et de Joséphine Pinatel, André Antoine Esprit Vincent Caire, né le 5 avril 1797, manifesta dès son plus jeune âge les meilleures dispositions pour la piété et les études sérieuses. Alors qu'il était âgé de six ans, en 1804, son père fut emprisonné mais Napoléon "convaincu qu'il n'avait pas trempé dans la conspiration de Pichegru, lui rendit la liberté et voulut l'attacher à sa cause en lui faisant offrir ... les postes les plus éminents". En 1811, suite à l'assassinat de 11 personnes en quelques mois, Mme Caire effrayé obtint de son mari un déplacement de Creisseaux vers Aubagne ; le petit André poursuivit alors ses études au petit séminaire fondé à Marseille par le père Ripert. Après un bref séjour à Aix, il retrouve le père Ripert aux Aygalades. Epuisé par 25 années de lutte, son père meurt en 1816, mais malgré les pressions qu'il eût à subir en tant qu'aîné, André persévère dans sa vocation ecclésiastique ; âgé de 19 ans, et seulement tonsuré, il enseigne déjà au petit séminaire. Ordonné diacre à 22 ans, puis prêtre avant ses 25 ans, il est mandé par Mgr Perigord, archevêque de Paris, et Mgr de Beausset lui accorda l'exeat. L'abbé Caire quitte donc Marseille le 28 août 1821, et est accueilli au séminaire d'Issy par le supérieur M. Duclos. Celui-ci lui annonce alors, comme André Caire l'écrit à sa mère : "vous êtes appelé à remplir de hautes destinées, le coadjuteur me charge de vous envoyer chez Mr Frayssinous, qui doit vous faire une proposition". On déjeune et puis je cours chez Mr. Frayssinous (la tête trottait bien plus encore) cet homme si justement célèbre me propose l'éducation des enfants de Mr. de Clermont-Tonnerre, pair de France. ... " On lui prédit même que viendra ensuite l'éducation du Duc de Bordeaux, "dont le marquis de Clermont-Tonnerre sera très probablement le gouverneur". Devant l'insistance du coadjuteur, il rencontre le marquis de Clermont-Tonnerre qui le considère comme engagé. "Je sors étourdi et presque décidé mais la nuit porte conseil. Je considère d'un côté tous les pour : la volonté de l'archevêque, l'avis de son conseil, et surtout de Mr. de Frayssinous, les avantages du poste : logement très agréable, bonne table, excellente société (le grand chancelier, les plus illustres pairs : les Bonald, les Villèle, etc. etc. car tout ce qu'il y a de mieux va là !) Voiture à mon service, campagnes en Normandie, en Picardie, etc. etc. Le marquis et la marquise me plurent (celle-ci par parenthèse est dans ce moment le précepteur de ses enfants ; elle lit Virgile et Tacite comme l'almanach). Mais voici les Contre : d'abord, j'étais perdu pour mon état... considération d'un poids immense ; ... Ensuite, un précepteur est toujours le premier domestique et je suis, sans prétention, le fils de mon père... " Le jeune abbé réussit à se sortir avec tact de cette situation délicate, et conserve l'amitié de Mgr. de Quélen et de Mr. Frayssinous. Il est alors admis comme prêtre administrateur à la paroisse des Missions étrangère ; il continue ses visites régulières chez Monsieur Frayssinous, croise le duc de Rivière, M. de Pastoret. L'abbé Caire évoque avec talent un souper servi aux petits Savoyards par la société des bonnes oeuvres "composée de ce qu'il y a de mieux" : "ici un grand vicaire portait du pain ; là le marquis de Montmorency versait à boire, plus loin l'abbé André que vous connaissez bien essuyait, par distraction, le bord d'une assiette contre l'habit du comte de *** qui coudoyait lui-même l'archevêque. Le spectacle était grotesque et touchant à la fois". Le 18 février 1823, M. de Frayssinous le nomme aumônier du Collège Louis le Grand. A l'occasion du passage à Paris de Mgr. de Mazenod, l'abbé Caire lui rend visite sans prétendre s'engager sur un retour à Marseille. Malgré l'irritation de Mgr. de Quélen, l'obstination de Mgr. de Mazenod porta ses fruits et l'abbé Caire retourne à Marseille en 1823, en tant que responsable du petit séminaire. Nommé chanoine honoraire de la cathédrale, il est admis dans la société des prêtres du Sacré-Coeur, mais suite à divers ennui, annonce sa démission du petit séminaire et repart à Paris, où il devient second aumônier à Henri IV. : "l'Abbé de Salinis, premier aumônier, est mon ami ; il a des qualités précieuses, nous vivrons comme deux frères. La situation du collège est charmante : derrière Ste Geneviève, beau jardin, appartement agréable pour les aumôniers, usage de la bibliothèque, voilà ce qui m'a déterminé pour Henri IV". Il dit désormais sa messe pour les religieuses de la Congrégation de Notre-Dame, près de Saint Nicolas du Chardonnet. Dans un courrier à sa mère, lors du carême de 1826, il évoque Lamennais : "M. l'abbé de Lamennais, qui partage quelquefois nos repas, prétend que nous pouvons sans scrupule prendre des forces pour tirer des coups de fusil contre l'impiété". Il évoque ensuite longuement le jubilé royal de 1826 ; il est ensuite nommé aumônier adjoint des pages du roi ; en 1828, et prononce un "panégyrique de Saint Louis" devant l'Académie Française. Il écrit notamment pour rassurer sa mère à propos des scènes révoutionnaires qui avaient eu lieu à l'occasion des élections, et s'inquiète des effets d'une épidémie à Marseille. Pour les vacances de 1828, il doit annuler son projet de descendre en Provence avec le peintre Paulin Guérin, car il est retenu par l'importante affaire du collège de Juilly. Il évoque longuement l'affaire, le tollé suscité par la reprise de l'institution par les abbés de Salinis, de Scorbiac et par lui-même, les difficultés de l'installation et son retour à Paris, chez les religieuses de la congrégation, dans l'intérêt du collège de Juilly. Il évoque ensuite le sac de Saint Germain l'Auxerrois (affaire du service du Duc de Berry). Nommé vicaire de Saint Eustache, il évoque par la suite, de manière saisissante et sur une dizaine de pages, le terrible épisode de l'épidemie de choléra, auquel succombe la mère supérieure de la Congrégation. Il est ensuite nommé premier vicaire à Saint Philippe du Roule, mais reste en charge de la congrégation, dans laquelle il accueille la marquise de Balivière, comme dame pensionnaire puis comme novice, et négocie en 1838 le mariage de Mlle de Balivière avec le comte de Guiteaut, ancien élève de Juilly. Nommé administrateur des fondations anglaises et écossaises en France, l'abbé Caire reçoit en janvier 1847 le titre honorifique de protonotaire apostolique. On suit tout le détail des ses missions et pérégrinations, à Amiens (notamment au concile d'Amiens en 1853), à Rome où il fait recevoir l'ordre des Soeurs de Saint Joseph, et où il assiste à la proclamation du Dogme de l'Immaculée Conception. Il meurt le 5 juillet 1856 et son coeur est conservé dans la chapelle des soeurs de la congrégation de Saint Joseph. On joint un intéressant document manuscrit de 8 pp., bordé de noir, reproduisant le discours prononcé par Mr Briot de la Mallerie, curé de Saint Philippe du Roule, le 9 juillet 1856. On évoque longuement (pp. 55-57) la maison de Sainte-Marguerite, située à quelques kilomètres de Marseille. Français

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        L'Oeuvre de Victor Hugo. 287 fascicules [ Oeuvres complètes ] Notre Dame de Paris (8 Vol.) - Ruy-Blas (2 Vol.) - Quatre-vingt-treize (7 Vol.) - L'art d'être Grand-Père (3 Vol.) - L'Homme qui rit (12 Vol.) - Hernani (2 Vol.) - Le Rhin (10 Vol.) - La Légende des Siècles (15 Vol.) - Histoire d'un Crime (8 Vol.) - Châtiments (5 Vol.) - Han d'Islande (7 Vol.-) - Les Contemplations (7 Vol.) - Le dernier jour d'un condamné (3 Vol.) - Les Orientales (3 Vol.) - Lucrèce Borgia (2 Vol.) - Avant l'Exil (7 Vol.) - Odes et Ballades (4 Vol.) - Pendant l'Exil (6 Vol.) - Les Feuilles d'Automne (3 Vol.) - Depuis l'Exil (10 Vol.) - Les Chants du Crépuscule (3 Vol.) - Victor Hugo (raconté par un témoin de sa vie) ( 12 Vol.) - Les Voix Intérieures (3 Vol.) - Angelo, Tyran de Padoue (2 Vol.) - Les Rayons et les Ombres (3 Vol.) - Les Travailleurs de la Mer (9 Vol.) - Marion de Lorme (2 Vol.) - Littérature et Philosophie mêlées (5 Vol.) - Le Roi s'amuse (3 Vol.) - William Shakespeare (5 Vol.) - L'Année terrible (3 Vol.) - Le Pape (1 Vol.) - La Pitié suprême (1 Vol.) - Les Misérables (30 Vol.) - Les Burgraves (2 Vol.) - Paris (3 Vol.) - Religions et Religion (1 Vol.) - L'Ane (1 Vol.) - Marie Tudor (2 Vol.) - La Esmeralda (1 Vol.) - Les Quatre Vents de l'Esprit (7 Vol.) - Napoléon le Petit (4 Vol.) - Cromwell (5 Vol.) - Bug Jargal (4 Vol.) - Torquemada (2 Vol.) - La fin de Satan (4 Vol.) - France et Belgique (4 Vol.) - Théatre en Liberté (4 Vol.) - Choses Vues (4 Vol.)

      Jules Rouff et Cie 1880 Du numéro 1 au numéro 288, sauf le 96, soit 287 vol. in-32 br., "L'Oeuvre de Victor Hugo", Jules Rouff et Cie, Paris,s.d. (circa 1880), de 80 à 120 pp. par vol. Manquent seulement la Correspondance (n°289 à 297), les Lettres à la Fiancée (n°298 à 303) et le n°96 (2 volumes des "Chansons des rues et des bois"). Rare ensemble quasi-complet de l'importante collection des Oeuvres de Victor Hugo publiée par Jules Rouff, "dans le beau format in-32", à "25 centimes le volume", conservé tel que paru. Si l'on rencontre couramment des volumes de cette importante série qui popularisa le génie d'Hugo, il est rare de trouver une aussi impressionnante série suivie, en bon état (des frott. et qq. rares petits accrocs à qq. dos, bon exemplaire par ailleurs). Prix du lot. Français

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        Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1880. 17th edition

      London: John Wisden & Co. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket as issued. 1880. First Edition. Brown hardback cloth cover. Modern rebind. 216pp :: 160mm x 100mm (6" x 4") :: Original covers not bound in .

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        Les baisers précedés du mois de mai. Poeme

      J. Lemonnyer 1880 Réimpression textuelle sur l'edition originale de 1770. "Imitations de plusieurs poètes latins". Avec les gravures d'Eisen Exemplaire sur papier de Chine (n. 87) Copertina e camicia sciupate con mancanze e abrasioni. Interno ottimo (Lacks to slip-case. Otherwise fine inside) Molto buono (Very Good)

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        Atlas géographique [ Carte de la France en puzzle de bois ]

      Au paradis des enfants 1880 1 grande carte de 48 x 66 cm en puzzle en bois de plus de 180 pièces, rangées dans la boîte d'origine en bois et cartons, sur 4 niveaux organisés par 4 feuilles cartonnées avec chacune 2 ruban mauves permettant l'extraction des pièces. La boîte d'origine, au format 30,5 x 41 cm, est recouverte d'un papier richement illustré portant l'indication "Atlas géographique", sous le couvercle on peut lire l'inscription manuscrite :" France n° 12" et la grande étiquette " Au paradis des enfants", 156 rue de Rivoli, 1 rue de Louvre, Paris" (circa 1875-1895). La carte contient notamment un "Tableau des anciens grands départements de la France indiquant l'époque et les circonstances de leur rattachement à la couronne" Très beau et impressionnant puzzle géographique en bois, en parfait état et parfaitement complet de l'intégralité des pièces. La boîte d'origine, très fragile, mérite restauration (manque de papier sur les rebords du cadre, le couvercle est très faible et partiellement déboîté). Il est aujourd'hui devenu très difficile de trouver des puzzle géographiques en bois de ce format en si bel état et parfaitement complet de toutes leurs pièces. Français

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        McLOUGHLIN PAPER DOLL: DAME TROT

      1880. 1. McLOUGHLIN PUB. (PAPER DOLL) McLOUGHLIN PAPER DOLL: DAME TROT. NY: McLoughlin Bros., no date, 1880's. Offered here is an uncut McLoughlin paper doll with outfits! There is a doll and three fine dresses folded accordion style. Great full color cover of Dame Trot with her cat on her back.

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        Report on the Geology of the High Plateaus of Utah [Text Volume only].

      Washington [D.C.]: [U.S.] Government Printing Office, 1880.. xxxii, 307 pp. Original brown cloth ruled in blind, gilt titles. First edition. Illus. with 11 b/w heliotype plates with tissue guards, 1 of which is folding, and 4 cross-section plates, all folding. At the head of the title: Department of the Interior U.S. Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region. J.W. Powell, in Charge. This copy is the text volume only, the Atlas volume is not present. Provenance: From the library of Kenneth E. Hill, with his bookplate. About very good, extremities worn, with some loss of cloth especially at spine ends, tape shadow on spine, small bookplate to front pastedown, marginal tear to one plate at fold, otherwise contents and plates quite fine.

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        Personal Reminiscences of Early Days in California with Other Sketches

      Not Published, (1880). First edition. Hardcover. Very good. Original cloth, gilt title. Cloth sunned to tan on spine, slight fading at top of front cover; waterspot. Born in Connecticut, Stephen Johnson Field was practicing law in New York when word of the Gold Rush arrived. He sailed to California in 1849, crossing Panama at Chagres. He soon became a leader of the California bar, going on to sit on both the State Supreme Court and the United States Supreme Court. His book focuses on his first years in California, centering on his experience as practicing attorney and the first alcalde for the mining town of Marysville, 1850-57. In the second section, he relates anecdotes of his later career as justice, first of the California Supreme Court, then of the U.S. Supreme Court. Very scarce first edition, in original binding (later reissued with additional material). A very good copy. Cowan, p. 208; Howes F-117.

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        [Photograph Album]: Scandinavia, Russia, and Art Work

      [Circa 1880]. Large heavy oblong folio. Measuring 17" x 12.25". Half morocco and cloth with "Photographs" in gilt on spine. An exhaustive album with over 160 tipped-in photographs. Large images, usually one or two to the page. An extensive album of photographs divided between scenery and art works from museums. Roughly the first third of the album is from Belgium and the Netherlands; the second from Scandinavia, with perhaps the majority from Norway; and the last section on Russia, including four lovely color images of buildings. Additionally, there are several images of European notables. All, or very near all, images are captioned in ink. Edgewear at the extremities, stain on front board, very good; some erosion and insect damage on the first image, otherwise the images are near fine or better. A standard, if massive, album of art and travel. .

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        Picturesque St. Paul

      Saint Paul, Mn, Northwestern Photo Co, 1880. First Edition. Quarto. The rare album of photogravures by George W. James and Anson P. Bateman, the proprietors of Northwestern Photo Company published during the 1880's. The photos are of local subjects that include grand houses, churches, street scenes, landscapes and waterfalls. There are 105 photographs on 60 leaves, plus a half-title, title page and eleven pages of text. The book is complete with original end papers. The book was originally bound in half leather with cloth boards. The spine has been restored with cloth and the corners are unrestored and worn. The titling on the front cover is still bright. Hard Cover. Book condition: Very Good

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        Den norske Turistforenings Årbog for 1880. (Samt) Den norske Turistforenings Årbog for 1884. Med 3 Træsnit og 1 Lith. Panorama.

      Kristiania U.å. (1880/1884). 8vo. (5) + X + 169 + (3) reklame + (4) + XII + 188 s. To årganger bundet i ett. Privat skinnryggbd. med marmorert overtrekkspapir og skinn hjørner. Bundet hos bokbinder Leo B. Nielsen i Bergen. Noen bruksspor ellers pen.. I 1880-årgangen 4 foldepl. samt 5 tresn. og artikler av Oscar Fredrik, Amund Helland og Wm. Cecil Slingsby. I 1884-årgangen det 110 cm. flotte" Jotunheimspanoramaer I. Udsigt fra Horntind (ved Skogstad i Valders.) Tegnet af E. Mohn den 28. juli og 1. aug. 1884." samt "Af Asbjørnsens turistliv" med to helsides portr. Også artikler av bl.a. Amund Helland og Wm. Cecil Slingsby

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        Bibliographia Camoniana, servindo de catalogo official da Exposico Camoniana do centenario. MDLXXX-MDCCCLXXX.

      Porto: Palacio de crystal, Typ. Occidental, [1880].. xxvi, (i. e. xxiv), 133, [2], 135-168, [1] pp. Sm. 4to. Full speckled calf, raised bands decorated in gilt, brown morocco spine label, marbled endpapers, original wrappers bound in. First edition. Innocencio: XIV, 897-18 (p.423). Foulche-Barrau 908. The work of Tito de Noronha and Joaquim de Vasconcellos. Light soiling else near fine with a small sticker on rear endpaper.

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        WHEN ALL IS YOUNG

      New York: E. P. Dutton And Company. n.d. [Circa 1880], 1880 From TBCL's Children's Bookshelf. First Edition. Squarish 8vo., 9-1/2 Inches. Publishers pictorial paper-covered boards with plain green cloth spine. A lovely production printed by Ernest Nister, Nuremberg. Original decorated endpapers. 48 pages of verse, 16 full-page chromolithographs, 8 in-text chromolithographs plus over 20 sepia toned chromos, in-text by Harriett Bennett portraying Victorian childhood scenes with accompanying poetry from the author. Printed on quality heavy paper stock. A very good or better example showing minimal use; contents fresh & free of blemish. The Victorian Childhood Bennett illustrations are wonderful. Very Uncommon.. 1st Edition. Illus. by Harriett, M. Bennett..

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        Lord Stanley engraving Sir Frederick Arthur, 1st Baron Stanley of Preston, 16th Earl of Derby (Lord Stanley of Preston) (1841-1908)

      London : published by Morris & Co. 392 Strand W.C. , [1880]. 1st Edition. No binding. Good+. TRULY RARE. WE CAN FIND NO OTHER COPIES OF THIS ENGRAVING. No date but probably circa 1880 when he would be about 39 years old. [Frederick Arthur Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby] "Lord Stanley" engraving London published by Morris & Co. 392 Strand W.C. Drawn by C.W. Walton. Paper size is 17 1/2"" x 23 5/8". Plate mark size is 10 1/2" x 13". Image size is 5" x 7". Signature Imprint: Lord Stanley ( [facsimile signature] ) Stanley family motto, "Sans Changer" or without changing. Some soiling overall on paper (but not on actual image) and top left corner bent and dark marks. Bottom left corner with darker mark and small bent corner. Overall condition is good+. In 1892, this Lord Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby gave a treasured national icon Ñ the Stanley Cup to symbolize hockey Championship in Canada. It is the same Stanley Cup the National Hockey League competes for each year now. He was the 6th Governor General of Canada., National Portrait Gallery, London has only one similar engraving of Lord Stanley where he is older and their different Lord Stanley engraving is printed later. , "There are 13 portrait lithographs by the artist (Walton) in the collection of the National Portrait Gallery, London. Many of the works he produced were of contemporary figures, including Francis Thomas de Grey Cowper, Seventh Earl Cowper (1834 -1905), who became Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and Charlotte Anne Montagu-Douglas-Scott (née Thynne), Duchess of Buccleuch (1811-1895), who served as Mistress of the Robes to Queen Victoria. Some of Walton's portraits were used to illustrate books. It seems that many of his earlier works were published by the firm of Morris & Co., 392 Strand, but he later published his own works from 103, Shaftesbury Avenue. Interestingly, a lithograph by Walton of Philip William Skynner Miles in the collection of the National Portrait Gallery was published by 'Morris, Walton & Co', so it seems he may have briefly been in partnership with Morris & Co." quoted from Philippa Martin, Curator, Information and Research (Historical) UK Government Art Collection

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        A Tramp Abroad

      American Publishing Company, 1880. Hardcover. Good. American Publishing Company, Hartford, CT 1880. First Edition / First Printing / First Issue. Original cloth binding with gold gilt illustration at the front board and gilt lettering at the spine. Has all first issue points. Frontispiece has the caption "Moses" which was later changed to "Titian's Moses". Binding A, sheets bulk to 1 5/8". Rare. {ref: BAL 3386}. Book Condition: Good+, original cloth binding with gilt illustration at the front board, book is tight and square, shelf wear at the edges, portrait frontispiece of Mark Twain, tissue guard and "Moses" frontispiece present, illustrated throughout, minor hinge repair at the front endpaper, dampstain at the head and fore-edge of the first one hundred pages, stains worst at the first few pages, darkening, previous owner's inscription in pencil at the front endpaper.

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        Camping In The Rocky Mountains. Two Lectures Delivered By

      [Jersey City]: Ladies' Aid Society. Good. 1880. First Edition. Softcover. Original gold stamped wrappers, covers lightly stained, binding separating. ; An excessively rare little travel account of camping out in Colorado. Not in Howes, Graff, Eberstadt, Decker, Reese: Train to Plane, Soliday, Wynar, Streeter Sale, auction records, etc. Elaborate description of Colorado and Denver in particular .

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        The History of the Crusades

      George Barrie, Philadelphia, 1880. Early Edition. Hardcover (Half Leather). Very Good Condition. Illustrator: Gustave Doré. Library stamps, bookplates and notes to endpapers and stamp to title, but unmarked otherwise. In half decorative red morocco, skillfully rebacked, worn at corners. Modest rubbing to bindings which are quite tight and sound. With 100 engravings by Doré. One small repaired tear to a text page, a few finger smudges, otherwise bright and clean internally. Size: Folio. 2-volume set (complete). Illustrator: Gustave Doré. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: History; Art & Design. Inventory No: 042307. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

      [Bookseller: Pazzo Books]
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        Gua de Forasteros de siempre fiel Isla de Cuba para el Ao Econmico de 1880-81.

      388 pp. Red morocco embossed in blind, gilt ornamental borders, marbled endpapers. Illus. with 12 in-text zodiac signs. See Sabin 17777. Annual guide, almanac and register for Cuba with names of government, judicial, provincial, and military officials. OCLC locates two copies in the United States, Yale and Vanderbilt, and six others, British Lib., BN France, BN Spain, and three more Spanish libraries. Provenance: Biblioteca Alberto Parreo. A very good copy, minor rubbing, armorial bookplate on front pastedown.

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        Picturesque St. Paul

      First Edition. Quarto. The rare album of photogravures by George W. James and Anson P. Bateman, the proprietors of Northwestern Photo Company published during the 1880's. The photos are of local subjects that include grand houses, churches, street scenes, landscapes and waterfalls. There are 105 photographs on 60 leaves, plus a half-title, title page and eleven pages of text. The book is complete with original end papers. The book was originally bound in half leather with cloth boards. The spine has been restored with cloth and the corners are unrestored and worn. The titling on the front cover is still bright. Hard Cover. Book condition: Very Good

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        The power of movement in plants

      John Murray London: John Murray, 1880. Publisher's textured green cloth, covers framed in blind, spine with gilt-stamped title; faint discoloration to outer edge of front cover and lower outer corner of back cover, tiny spots of insect damage near joints (one carrying through about 60 pp., not touching text). Hinges (inside) tender, as is often seen with this book, with pastedowns and free endpapers showing evidence of past dampness in lower portions, not affecting interior; two leaves with corners lost away from text. Title-page with early inked ownership inscription in upper portion, first text page (only) with pencilled marks of emphasis; pages clean. British bookseller's invoice from 1983 laid in.A pleasing copy.. 8vo (19.5 cm, 7.65"). x, 592, 32 (adv.) pp.; illus. First edition of Darwin's examination of the mechanisms of motion in flowering plants, a follow-up to his work on climbing plants — based on experiments conducted with the assistance of his son Francis Darwin, and mentioning natural selection as a possible explanation for plants' ability to bend towards or away from environmental stimuli (pp. 569/70). The volume is illustrated with => numerous in-text engravings of circumnutation patterns, plant structures, diurnal and nocturnal leaf positions, tropisms, etc. This is the first issue of the first edition, with two lines of errata on p. x and publisher's advertisements at the back dated 1878.

      [Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co]
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        American Inventions and Improvements in Breech-Loading Small Arms, Heavy Ordinance, Machine Guns, Magazine Arms, Fixed Ammunition, Pistols, Projectiles, Explosives, and Other Munitions of War, including a Chapter on Spor

      407, [4] pp. 4to. Red buckram with gilt title, original gilt illustration of a cannon laid down on front board. First edition. Illus. with three chromolithographic plates in metallic inks, three steel engravings, and numerous illustrations throughout. Thorough and well illustrated. A very good or better rebound copy, U.S. Army Library Engineering School bookplate to front pastedown, a few notations to the dedication page, else contents fine with brilliant plates.

      [Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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