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        The Imperial Gazetteer of India.

      - London, Trubner 1881. Nine volumes octavo contemporary half morocco (a bit scuffed); each volume with a folding map mounted on linen. Parliamentary library gilt crest on spines and front boards, no other marking. Some wrinkling of paper in volume five but no staining, a bit of foxing, not much; in all a rather good and handsome set. First edition of this monument of persistence. "For the first time in the history of our rule, an opportunity has fallen to me of finding out the truth about the Indian people, and of honestly telling it" (preface).

      [Bookseller: Richard Neylon]
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        Pride and Prejudice

      London: Richard Bentley,, 1881. Octavo. Full brown calf bound by Bayntun, double gilt rule to covers, five raised bands to spine, gilt floral design to compartments, titles to spine gilt, gilt roll to turn-ins, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. Engraved frontispiece and vignette title. An excellent copy. A very attractive bound edition of Austen's classic, with a delightful frontispiece and illustrated title showing Elizabeth Bennet dressed in the 1830s fashion of long puffed sleeves. The first Bentley edition of Pride and Prejudice was published in 1833, shortly after Bentley's purchase of the copyright of all Austen's novels from her first publisher, Thomas Egerton.

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        Catalog Mathematischer Modelle für den Höheren Mathematischen Unterricht [Catalogue of Mathematical Models for Higher Mathematical Education]

      L. Brill, Darmstadt 1881 - 260x165mm; pp. 24. EXCEPTIONALLY SCARCE CATALOGUE: BRILL'S FIRST, BEGINNING THE GREAT AGE OF MATHEMATICAL MODELLING. Ludwig Brill took over the family publishing firm in 1880, and began issuing mathematical models almost immediately. This catalogue was issued in 1881 to account for the first eight series of models, made in collaboration with a number of mathematicians, notably Ludwig's brother Alexander Wilhelm von Brill and Felix Klein. The enterprise was a success, and eventually the firm was taken over by Martin Schilling of Leipzig, which issued a catalogue of some 400 models in 1911. The present catalogue is exceptionally scarce. We can locate no copies in collections worldwide, and can only speculate that at this early stage Brill did not print very many copies. Aside from the extensive information provided about each set of models, the most notable feature of the catalogue is the beautiful frontispiece, showing 12 of the models against a black background. Owing to their unexpected and elegant forms, these models and others like them inspired artists working in a range of media and styles, from the photographer Man Ray to the Constructivist sculptor Naum Gabo and the British modernists Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth. Condition: good to very good, wraps slightly spotted and worn at the edges (see photo); internally very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        To Caubul with the Cavalry Brigade.

      London: W.H. Allen & Co.,, 1881. A Narrative of Personal Experiences with the Force under General Sir F.S. Roberts, G.C.B. with Map and Illustrations from Sketches by the Author. Octavo. Original red cloth, title gilt to spine, quotation from Henry IV to the front board within double-ruled panel in black with foliate scrolled decoration, repeated in blind on the rear board, pale yellow surface-paper endpapers. Lithographic frontispiece and five other similar plates, folding lithographic map at the rear. A little rubbed, some bubbling on the boards, spine a touch sunned, and crumpled and chipped head and tail, binding cracked between gatherings 8 and 9, but the stitching remains entirely sound, light browning, and scatter of foxing to the text-block, overall very good. Second edition, same year as the first. Uncommon account of the Second Anglo-Afghan War. Mitford "served with the [14th Regt. Bengal Cavalry (Lancers)] throughout the period it was employed in the war, taking part in the advance on and occupation of Kabul, the action of Charasiab, and the operations around Kabul and the Defence of Sherpur in Dec., 1879, and Â… was mentioned in despatches... [he] commanded the Regiment in the first campaign, and for his services received the Brevet of Lt.-Colonel" (Shadbolt The Afghan Campaigns). Mitford provides excellent detail on the campaign, and writes extremely persuasively, for example on the death of Cavagnari; "They received [him] with a salute of nineteen guns, and after a considerable time spent in compliments, and the inevitable feast Â… the British envoy and his followers were handed over to their new escort, and - to death. When I said good-bye to Cavagnari he was evidently in very low spirits, and I feel sure that nothing but the indomitable courage and determination which was so striking a feature in his character enabled him to conquer the foreboding of evil which he acknowledged he felt, in spite of all efforts to shake it off" (author's introduction). Front endpapers with the bookplate and ownership inscription, dated in 1893, of Sir Lewis Michell, Cape Town banker, "close confidant" of Cecil Rhodes, on his death his executor, and in 1910 his first biographer.

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        Zigzag Journeys In Classic Lands; Or, Tommy Toby's Trip To Mount Parnassus

      Boston: Estes and Lauriat. Fine in Good dust jacket. 1881. First Edition. Cloth. Original blue cloth decorated in gilt and black. In publisher's original printed paper dust-wrapper showing some chipping and damp stains, illustrated. ; The third title in the ZigZag series. A visit to Mount Parnasuss in Greece, a visit to Southern Europe featuing Italy, Sicily and Greece. There are full page plates and then there are 125+ wonderfu black and white drawings of foreign scenes in classic lands, most history is interwoven into the text .

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        Dr. Wortle's School. A Novel

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1881, 1881. First edition. Sadleir, Trollope, 59; Wolff 6773: NCBEL III, 884. Cloth a little soiled; a few small stains on the upper board of volume one; an unusually nice copy of an uncommon title.. 2 vols, 8vo, original black- and gilt-stamped grey-green cloth, gilt lettering. One of Trollope's last novels, a story partly set in St. Louis, Texas and Mexico, about an unintentionally bigamous marriage.

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        The formation of vegetable mould, through the action of worms, with observations on their habits

      John Murray, London 1881 - Second Issue of Darwin's final book. 8vo: vii,[1],326,[2]pp, with 15 woodcuts. Complete with half-title and final (unnumbered) leaf with publisher's advertisements listing other works by Darwin on recto and imprimatur on verso. Original publisher's green pebbled cloth, covers paneled in blind, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, chocolate-brown end papers. Attractive armorial bookplate of D. Meinertzhagen (probably Daniel Meinertzhagen VI, head of the Frederick Huth & Co. merchant-banking dynasty and father of Richard Meinertzhagen, soldier, intelligence officer, and natural historian). A superb copy, binding square and tight; contents clean, bright, unmarked. Freeman 1358. First Edition, Second Issue (printed the same year and, aside from "second thousand" on title page, identical to first issue, down to the same misprint on the page of advertisements, tenth title, "The power and movements in plants . . ."). After decades devoted to mainly zoological, botanical and evolutionary subjects, Darwin here reverts to his earlier geological interests, describing the services performed by earthworms in eating leaves and grinding earth for the fertilization and aeration of soil. From the weight of worm-castings, he calculated that 18 tons of soil per acre are brought to the surface by worms each year. In fact, the book grew out of a paper on vegetable mould that Darwin read to the Geological Society in November 1837, about a year after returning from his voyage round the world in the Beagle. According to Freeman, "The book was remarkably successful," selling 6,000 copies within a year, more even than had The Origin of Species. And Gordon Chancellor calls Earthworms "perhaps the most charming of all Darwin's books." N.B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed in full to the music critic Max Schütz

      - On a postal card. Postmarked Prague, January 23, 1881. In German (with translation). Dvorák informs Schütz that he has written to Simrock and goes on to mention three of his compositions: op. 54, the waltzes for piano, composed between December 1st 1879 and January 17th, 1880; op. 55, the Zigeunerlieder (Gypsy songs), composed between February 18th and 23rd, 1880; and op. 57, the Sonata in F major for Violin and pPano, composed between March 3rd and 17th, 1880. "To hear from you that the Zigeunerlieder have met with your favour pleases me greatly. You are going to receive the violin sonata and the two volumes of waltzes for piano solo. More next time!" Slightly browned. In very good condition overall. "With Smetana, Fibich and Janácek [Dvorák] is regarded as one of the great nationalist Czech composers of the 19th century. Long neglected and dismissed by the German-speaking musical world as a naive Czech musician, he is now considered by both Czech and international musicologists Smetana';s true heir. He earned worldwide admiration and prestige for 19th-century Czech music with his symphonies, chamber music, oratorios, songs and, to a lesser extent, his operas." Klaus Döge in Grove onlineOp. 54 "Although Dvorák was an accomplished pianist, writing for the piano was never as important to him as, for example, orchestral or chamber music. His piano works are mainly entertaining dances and character-pieces rather than musically and technically ambitious sonatas, fantasias and études. The eight Waltzes b101 (1879-1880). are reminiscent of Chopin but are considerably more natural-sounding and direct." ibid Op. 55"The song cycle, Gipsy Melodies, was written for and dedicated to an admirer of the composer's songs, Gustav Walter, tenor singer of the Vienna Court Opera. As a compliment to Walter, Dvorák set the German translations especially prepared for him by the poet himself, instead of using Adolf Heyduk's Czech verses. The songs display far more assurance than any Dvorák has written previously.Dvorák's skill in using the voice is much greater than before. The music may not be similar to the gipsy music with which we are most familiar, but it embodies gipsy elements, and is at the same time pure Dvorák." Clapham, pp. 232-33Op. 57The only sonata of Dvorák's to survive, the sonata for violin and piano, op. 57, "marks Dvorák's first success in writing satisfactorily for the piano in a chamber music work. [It] represents Dvorák at his most intimate." ibid, p. 194 Dvorák's correspondent Max Schütz was a music critic for the German-language daily Pester Lloyd, published in Budapest.

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        Plan des Nivellitischen Höhennetzes in Preussen und in den engeschlossenen deutschen Staaten, sowie Elsass-Lothringen, Rhein-Pfalz und Baden : In Verbindung mit einer Fluss- u. Eisenbahnkarte vom Deutschen Reich ; Maßstab 1:2000000 : Zusammengestellt nach amtlichen Quellen. Die Höhenbestimmungen der Königl. Preuß. Landesaufnahme ; 14

      Berlin : Selbstverlag 1881. 33 S., 1 Klappkarte 8°, OPp. m. Deckelgravur ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplar d. Königl. Eisenbahn Direktion Münster, mit den üblichen Kennzeichen u. geringen Alterungsspuren, Textteil lose beigefügt, Karte u. Brosch. in antiquarisch gutem Zustand, äußerst selten! Versand D: 5,00 EUR Geographie, Preußen, Geologie, Erdkunde

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        Praktischer Reiseführer durch Russland. Nebst Grammatik der russischen Sprache, Dolmetscher mit Aussprache-Bezeichnung, vollständigem Wörterbuch und Eisenbahnkarte

      Leipzig, Wolfgang Gerhard, (1881).. 2 Tle. in 1. OHLwd. 270 S., 1 Bl.; 135 (1) S. gebundene Ausgabe, Hardcover/Pappeinband, Einbd. beschabt u. bestoß.; Karte mit Einriss Seltene Ausgabe Russia Versand D: 4,50 EUR Europa / Russland / Reise /, Praktischer Reiseführer durch Russland / Wolfgang Gerhard

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        News of the Camp


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        The Dukes Children A Novel


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        Los caprichos Madrid


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        Heidi kann brauchen, was es gelernt hat. Eine Geschichte für Kinder und auch für Solche, welche die Kinder lieb haben.

      Gotha, Friedrich Andreas Perthes 1881 - . 8°. 2 Bl., 178 S. Farbig illustrierte Orig.-Pappe. Deckelillustration von F. W. Pfeiffer. Erste Ausgabe. Name auf Titelblatt: Frieda Alder 1882. Deckel etwas stockfleckig. Linke Rückenkanten etwas berieben. Gutes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Works of William Shakespeare in Fifteen Volumes: Limited Edition de Luxe

      London: George Routledge & Sons 1881 - Complete set of 15 large-format HB volumes. Bound in quarter red Morocco with red cloth boards. Spines have gilt titles and 5 raised bands. Top edges bright gilt, green endpapers and no inscriptions. Each volume has handwritten No. 320 of 1000 limited Edition de Luxe. All volumes are bright tight and clean with just some faint scattered foxing to prelims. Incl. b/w ills and line drawings. Vol. 1 has just minor scuffing to the top of spine. This very attractive set would make an ideal gift or welcome addition to any collection. (19 x 27cm) **Heavy set - please contact bookseller direct for revised P&P costs**

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        The Works of William Shakespeare Edited by Howard Staunton. Extra-illustrated edition

      London and New York: George Routledge and Sons 1881 - Extra illustrated in 1921. 15 volumes extended to 20 with the extra plates. 'One thousand copies only of this edition deluxe of the Works of William Shakespeare have been printed for sale, each of which is numbered.' This being number 395. 4to. (28 cm). Profusely illustrated, some in color. Uniformly custom-bound in full dark blue morocco by Thomas W. Best (Best was a Boston bookseller and at one time a part owner of Harcourt Bindery). 5 raised bands; titles in gilt; gilt lines in spine compartments and both covers; gilt Shakespeare family coat of arms on front covers; gilt dentilled edges; t.e.g. Some light offsetting to a few pages and tissue guards, some rubbing to front hinges but binding are firm and strong. From the library of a prominent early 1900s Clevelander with his bookplate. Altogether a very attractive set in very good plus condition with many illustrations. Postage may be extra on this item. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        The First of May. A fairy masque. Presented in a series of 52 designs

      London, Sotheran 1881 - Qu.-Fol., Eines von 300 num. Ex., die Drucke auf dünnem India, auf Karton gewalzt; Druckvermerk vom Künstler mit Bleistift signiert. 57(56 num.) Tafeln in Heliogravüre. Lose wie erschienen. Die Texte von ornamentalem und figürlichen Schmuck begleitet, mit zahlreichen beigestellten Skizzen. Gedruckte Widmung für Charles Darwin. Tafeln sauber und frisch, nur selten gestreute Stockfleckchen

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         Les Sociétés secrètes et la société ou philosophie de l'histoire contemporaine, 5e édition entièr. refondue et continuée jusqu'aux événements actuels...

      Avignon, Seguin, Paris, Oudin, 1881-1883, 3 vol. gd. in 8°, de CIX-360pp. 2ff.709pp. & XIV-703 pp., demi-chagrin brun époque, dos orné. Bel exemplaire. C'est la plus vaste étude qui ait jamais été entreprise sur les sociétés secrètes et la Franc-Maçonnerie, tant du point de vue historique que philosophique. Après avoir examiné longuement l'influence de la Franc-Maçonnerie dans la Révolution, l'auteur passe en revue chacun des points de l'histoire maçonnique, tout en retraçant l'histoire de l'Ordre depuis la plus haute antiquité. Les quatre sources de la Maçonnerie: le Gnosticisme, le Manichéisme, les Albigeois, Les Templiers... L'Illuminisme, les Martinistes, Misraïm, Rose-Croix, Carbonari...etc. Rare avec le 3° volume. ¶ Caillet n°3033 "devenu d'une extrême rareté..." - Dorbon "le troisième volume se rencontre rarement, du fait qu'il fut publié 2 ans plus tard, après la mort du P. Deschamps, par les soins de Cl. Jannet..."

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        Uncle Remus: His Songs and his Sayings

      D. Appleton, New York 1881 - First Edition, First Printing with "presumptive" on page 9 and the correct advertisements on page 223 beginning with "New Books, A Treatise on the Practice of Medicine" A beautiful copy SIGNED by Joel Chandler Harris on a laid in signature. The book is in excellent condition. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp. The pages are exceptionally clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a wonderful copy SIGNED by the author housed in a custom slipcase for preservation. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Faust Act III. Etching by Paul Renouard from the series entitled Le Nouvel Opéra

      [Paris], 1881. Béraldi: Les Graveurs du XIXe Siècle (Paris: 1885-92), XI-188. Faust, an opera in five acts to a libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré after Carré';s Faust et Marguerite and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe';s Faust, Part I (in the French translation by Gérard de Nerval), was first performed in Paris at the Théâtre Lyrique on March 15, 1859. "Faust became particularly important to the French musical establishment at the end of the century. A work by a winner of the Prix de Rome that could claim to be thoroughly modern and personal in style at its première, and go on to international stages, was a significant enhancement to the musical prestige of a French operatic culture previously dominated by Meyerbeer and the none-too-easily exportable genre of opéra comique. Its national value was enhanced because, after some initial assessments as ?Wagnerian';, Gounod';s compositional voice in Faust was heard as important in the definition of a ?French'; musical aesthetic." Steven Huebner in Grove Music Online. Renouard (1845-1924) was a noted painter and engraver whose works are held at the Louvre, the Opéra Museum, etc.. 279 x 198 mm. Signed by the artist in pencil at lower left. A very good impression on laid paper. Remnants of hinges to upper corners of verso.

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        Die fünfhundert Millionen der Begum.

      Wien (Hartleben), 1881. Gr. 8°. 213 (3) S. mit 48 Illustrationen. OLn. mit reicher Gold- und Schwarzprägung und Farbschnitt. sehr schönes Ex. = Bekannte und unbekannte Welten, Bd. 31. dt. EA. Prachtausgabe. Fromm 26376. Versand D: 6,00 EUR

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      1881. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1881. Original dark green cloth with facsimile signature in gilt, beveled. First Edition of the first of Thoreau's "four seasons," edited from his journal by H.G.O. Blake (this is the only one of the four in which Blake is un­named). The other three seasons would be published over the next eleven years (curiously not quite in order): SUMMER in 1884, WINTER in 1888, and AUTUMN in 1892. The first edition of EARLY SPRING consisted of only 1018 copies -- fewer than any of Thoreau's books except his first one, A WEEK ON THE CONCORD AND MERRIMACK RIVERS, which consisted of 1000 copies.~This is an attractive, near-fine copy with some very light cover soil and rubbing. The front flyleaf bears a gift inscription dated March 22, 1881 (within a month of publication) -- as well as a later red ink-stamp. Borst A8.1.a; Blanck 20123.

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        Report on some points in the anatomy of the Thylacine, [Cuscus and Phascogale], collected during the voyage of H. M. S. Challenger in the years 1873-1876; .

      London: Challenger Expedition, 1881. - Quarto,192 pp.,13 lithographs. Modern half calf and marbled boards Zoology of the Challenger Expedition, part four. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Dublin: McGee (1874) First Series (1877). Vol. 2 (1881) Vol. 3 - Dublin: McGee (1874) First Series (1877). Vol. 2 (1881) Vol. 3. Three bound volumes of this "college miscellany" issued by the students of Trinity College in Dublin, where Oscar Wilde matriculated. He contributed a number of works to the periodical, including 'The Rose of Love.' The magazine was founded by Robert Yelverton Tyrrell (1844-1914), a classicist and one of Wilde's mentors at Trinity. The name Kottabos is derived from a Greek drinking game in which players attempted to hit a target by flicking the dregs of their wine at it. The magazine was more soberly described by its editor as 'a miscellany of Greek and Latin verse, and of English pieces'. Included here is also the 1874 collection, which includes work by Oscar's brother, William.Good in original bindings, wrappers not present, signature or ownership stamps on endpapers, Volume three has some wear to spine. Both volumes are laid into a custom slipcase with marbled boards and calf spine. Volume three is in fair condition, with wear to spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Uncle Remus His Songs and His Sayins The Folk Lore of the Old Plantation

      D. Appleton and Company, New York 1881 - First Edition, First Printing with 8 publisher's advertisement pages present and with the word "presumptive" mis-spelled on the last line of page on p. 9. The book is bound in the ORIGINAL publisher's brown cloth and is in great shape. The binding is tight with a hint of wear to the edges. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION in collector's condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Day in a child's Life. Music by Myles B. Foster.

      George Routledge and Sons, London 1881 - London, George Routledge and Sons, (1881). 24,7x21 cm. 29 num. S., 1 Bl. Mit Noten und farbigen Illustrationen. Grüner OHln. mit farb. Deckelbildern und lindgrünen Vorsätzen. Ersteausgabe. First Edition. - Deckelbild: 5teilige dunkelbraun-gelbe Bordüre mit 4 Eckfleurons (Sonnenblumen), wiederholt als Deckeltitel, hellgrüne Vorsätze, die Verlegeradresse auf dem Titelblatt. - (Kanten minim berieben, schönes Exemplar). Sprache: Englisch Grüner OHln. mit farb. Deckelbildern und lindgrünen Vorsätzen. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Boston 1881, Osgood. Brown decorated cloth, 247p., author's. signed & dated presentation copy, to his cousin on fron fly. leaf. V E R Y R A R E. AN EARLY PRIMARY RESOURCE ON SOCIAL & PHYSICAL FEATURES In the preface of this work, the author stats that the "... purpose of this little volume is t represent a few social and physical features of Japan which have seldom been minutely examined by visitors to that agreeable country...But of the inner life of the Japanese, of their domestic relations, their pleasures or the gentler romance of their nature, I have found no accurate record...nor has the singular loveliness of the scenery, the refining charm of which deeply influlences the character fo teh people, been closely or sympathetically observed..." * A fine introduction to the actual nature of this book. In fact, by the chapter headings: Little Fountain of Sakano- shita; To Fujiyama and back; A Japanese statesman at home; A day in the Japanese theater would not really tell use of the essence found in this lovely essay. * The author, was a Bostonian and a journalist. House [1836- 1901) was one of several Westerners, who tried to interpret Meiji Japan. He was also a prominet American Civil War reporter, and later in Japan, was the editor in the 1870s of the Tokio Times. He had a troubled friendship with Mark Twain in the 1880s, and lived out his final years in Tokyo. He was a crusaider for and had great influence on the United States government, in the return of the American portion of the 1864 Shimonoseki indemnity. House exerted undeniable influence in prompting Congress's decision to send back the money, the question of how much effect he had in "correcting" the historical record of the event remains problematic. * He also wrote The Japanese Expedition to Formosa in 1875; THE JAPANESE, OR SHIMONOSEKI INDEMNITY. APPENDIX, ca. 1875; THE SHIMONOSEKI AFFAIR: A CHAPTER OF JAPANESE HISTORY, 1875; and THE TRANSFER OF THE TEMPLES OF ISE an article in Harper's 1900. Books Edward House are quite S C A R C E and seldom found for sale. His titles are always RARE ! Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        IMMENTAL. - Tracht. Marktfrauen im Immenthal. An einer Mauer sitzende junge Frau mit ihren Körben, rechts im Hintergrund Häuserzeile, Marktstand, Herr mit Hut und Kutsche.

      - Aquarell von Friedrich Wilhelm Heine, rechts unten monogr., bez. und dat. 2. März 1881, 50,5 x 37,5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XVI, S. 288. - Der Leipziger Maler und Illustrator Fr.W. Heine (1845 - 1921) studierte an der hiesigen Akademie, in Weimar und Dresden. Ab 1884 war er in Amerika und gründete in Milwaukee die "Heine Art School". Er trat besonders mit Schlachten-, Militär- und Jagddarstellungen hervor. Daß er auch "friedliche" Motive meisterhaft beherrschte, zeigt unser Aquarell. In zarten Farbabstufungen ist es mit Schwung und leichter Hand in impressionistischer Manier gemalt. - Rechts oben minimale Fleckchen, sonst wohl erhalten. Alt gerahmt.

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        Mittheilungen des Österreichischen Fischerei-Vereines - vollständige Jahregänge: 6.Jg,, 1886; 7.Jg., 1987; 15.Jg., 1895; 16.Jg., 1896; jeweils in einem Band gebunden; 18.Jg.1898 - 20.Jg.1900 in einem Band gebunden; unvollständige Jahregänge: 1.Jg., 1881, Heft 1,3; 2.Jg., 1882, Heft 1,6,7; 3.Jg., 1883, Heft 8,9,11; 4.Jg., 1884, Heft 14, 15; 5.Jg., 1885, Heft 17, 18; 8.Jg., 1888, Heft 27, 28; 9.Jg., 1889, Heft 32; 11.Jg., 1891, Heft 41 in einem Band gebunden

      Wien, Eigenverlag, 1881-1900. - ca. 100-250 Seiten pro Jahrgang, mit einigen Abbildungen und Tafeln, bis 1896 in einheitlichen Bänden Einbände etwas berieben und an den Ecken bestossen, leicht fingerfleckig, einzelne Seiten stärker fleckig, insgesamt guter und sauberer Zustand Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 7500 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dictionnaire encyclopédique et biographique de l'industrie et des arts industriels. Avec la collaboration des savants, spécialistes et praticiens les plus éminents de notre époque.

      P., Librairie des dictionnaires, 1881-1888. - 8 volumes in-4, demi-chagrin vert de l’époque, plats de percaline verte à encadrement estampé, dos à faux-nerfs, caissons ornés à froid et fers dorés, chiffre "A. R" en queue, tr. et gardes jaspées, 1029, 944, 1198, 1087, 984, 960, 964, 1138-VI pp., texte sur 2 col., plus de 5000 ill. documentaires in-t. Quelques légers frottements aux mors et à certaines coiffes, deux dos passés. Intérieur frais. Belle condition des huit volumes. Sans les deux vol. de suppléments. Sommaire : POUR L’INDUSTRIE : l’étude historique et descriptive du travail national sous toutes ses formes, de ses origines, des découvertes et des perfectionnements dont il a été l’objet, le matériel et les procédés des industries extractives, des exploitations rurales, des usines agricoles et des industries alimentaires, des industries textiles et de la confection du vêtement, des industries chimiques, les chemins de fer et les canaux, les constructions navales, les grandes manufactures, les écoles professionnelles, etc. POUR LES ARTS APPLIQUÉS À L’INDUSTRIE: le dessin, la gravure, l’architecture et toutes les industries qui se rattachent à l’art, l’imprimerie, la photographie, les manufactures nationales, les écoles et les sociétés d’art. POUR LA STATISTIQUE L’état de la production nationale, les résultats comparés de cette production et de celle de l’étranger pour les industries similaires. POUR LA BIOGRAPHIE: Les noms des artistes, fabricants et manufacturiers français décédés qui se sont distingués dans toutes les branches de l’industrie et des arts industriels. L’HISTOIRE SOMMAIRE DES ARTS & MÉTIERS: depuis les temps les plus reculés jusqu’à nos jours, les mots techniques, l’indication des principaux ouvrages se rapportant à l’art et à l’industrie. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Caricature Costumi del Teatro Regio di Torino (1881)

      29 fogli (cm 27x36) applicati su cartoncino blu di dimensioni maggiori. Conservati in legatura coeva in mezza pelle e percallina - Si tratta di un volume contenente 29 disegni acquerellati e firmati di Augusto SALETTA, avvocato e disegnatore satirico che collaborò, insieme ad Attilio Mussino e Luigi Sapelli alla redazione della nota rivista Il Fischietto. Il primo f. contiene una dedica a lapis del Saletta al ''Signor Dottore G. Spantigati'' datata aprile 1881. Giovanni Spatignati fu direttore sanitario dell'ospedale Mauriziano di Torino e a lui si deve, insieme all'ing. Ambrogio Perincioli, tra il 1881 e il 1885, la progettazione dell'attuale edificio ospedaliero a padiglioni: la struttura fu la sintesi perfetta delle teorie igieniste dell'epoca. Il secondo foglio costituisce un indice parziale degli acquerelli. Le tavole raffigurano i costumi relativi a tre opere rappresentate a Torino in quegli anni. Le tav. 3-12 sono relative ai ''Pappataci'', ovvero l'''Italiana in Algeri'' di Rossini rappresentata nella primavera del 1880 al Teatro Scribe, andato distrutto durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale. Dalla tav. 13 alla 24 sono invece raffigurati i costumi per l'''Amleto'' di Ambroise Thomas, rappresentato per la prima volta al Teatro Regio di Torino nel 1881. Dalla tav. 25 alla fine ''Lucrezia Borgia'' rappresentata sempre nel 1881 al Teatro Regio di Torino. Ottimo esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Brentano's Chess Monthly

      One volume in two parts. viii+308 pages with color frontispiece chess problem, black and white frontispiece chess problems, tables, diagrams, drawings and index; [309]-644 pages with color frontispiece problems in front of each number, tables and drawings. Royal octavo (9 3/4" x 7") bound in brown modern cloth with gilt lettering to spine. G Reichelm was the editor of the "Game Department"; J N Babson editor of the "Problem Section". Art work and drawings by R. Halm. (Betts: 7-28) First edition.Preceded by Brentano's Monthly which had a chess column in the monthly magazine. Started in May 1881 and was issued in two volumes, volume one May 1881 through April 1881; volume two May 1882 numbers 1 and 2 and 3 together (August-September 1882) all published. This wonderful publication had great art work by R Halm with many of the prominent players of the day. The beautiful color problem plates were contained in most of the numbers issued and the problem department was very creative with many of the best known composers represented. It contained chess news from Europe and would have articles on chess history and covered the tournaments of the day.Condition:Rebound in modern brown cloth, some internal fingering, closed tear at page 541/2, some occasional small marginal markings, previous owner's name on front end papers else a very good set.

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        The only Chester A. Arthur Franked Envelope in Existence

      [Washington, D.C.], 1881. 5" x 3.25". "Envelope Franked ""C. A. A."" as President in the upper left, 5"" x 3.25"". Addressed by Arthur to ""The Honorable / Edwards Pierrepont / &c &c."" Slight tear at back flap when opened. No postal markings indicating it was most probably hand delivered. Pierrepont has docketed the envelope along the left edge, as was his custom, ""Prest. Arthur / 1881"" in blue crayon pencil -""Prest Arthur"" is barely visible. Stained in blank lower left corner. Fine condition.In 1884, the New York Republican delegation, of which his friend and fellow New Yorker, Grant's former Attorney General Edwards Pierrepont, was a member, had met at Cooper Union and recommended Arthur be renominated for President. At the Republican National Convention held in Chicago, June 3-6, 1884, on the first ballot, President Arthur was second to his former Secretary of State James G. Blaine, 334 1/2 to 278 votes, with 411 needed to be nominated. Blaine was nominated on the fourth ballot, defeating Arthur 541-207.In 1873, ""An act to abolish the franking privilege"" was passed by Congress and signed by President U.S . Grant, the last sitting U.S. President to have the franking privilege. Because Chester A. Arthur was never a Member of Congress, and was Vice President from March-September 1881, he never had the franking privilege. The only reason President Chester A. Arthur signed ""C.A.A."" in the upper right of this envelope in the franking position, must have been as a frank. This is the only franked envelope of Chester A. Arthur extant. No other example as President or in any capacity has ever been offered at auction or exists in the renowned collections of Louis Grunin, Creighton C. Hart, Morton Dean Joyce or Edward Stern. David G. Phillips' American Stampless Cover Catalog, Volume 2 (1987), p. 215, in a listing headed ""Presidents of the United States / Franks from Other Capacities,"" notes ""None."" "

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        Sitzender Schimpanse".

      - Kohle / Aquarell, 33 x 25 cm, signiert. (Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Wunsiedel/Franken 1881 – 1965 Wien) [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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      J. A. Blake, Denver, Colorado 1881 - Ex-library with associated markings; deacquisitioned. Presented to State Historical and Natural History Society by W. C. Ferril, publisher of the Rocky Mountain Herald, and father of poet Thomas Hornsby Ferril. Original gold-printed black-cloth binding; printed aqua-papered boards; 462 pages with advertisements; plus, folding Map of the Denver and Rio Grande Rail Way, showing Stage Lines and all Principal Mining Camps and Pleasure Resorts in Colorado. Compilation of Colorado towns, cities, villages and settlements; businesses and residents, 1881. Pages are clean and bright; no foxing. Spine cloth present; however, chipped. Hinges, broken, yet still usable. Spine itself is strong. Boards somewhat warped and water-damaged; some paper and information loss. An excellent and scarce Colorado history research source. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      David Bogue, London 1881 - First edition of Oscar Wilde's first book of poems, one of 250 copies. By his mid-twenties, Wilde had enjoyed considerable success as a poet: "Ravenna" won Oxford's Newdigate Prize in 1878, and dozens of Wilde's poems had appeared in Irish, English and American periodicals. This first edition of his collected poems, handsomely printed on handmade paper, was published at Wilde's own expense. Highlights include "Requiescat" (an elegy for his sister Isola, who died when they were children), "The Grave of Keats," and "Her Voice": "Sweet, there is nothing left to say / But this, that love is never lost, / Keen winter stabs the breasts of May / Whose crimson roses burst his frost, / Ships tempest-tossed / Will find a harbour in some bay, / And so we may." Wilde was disappointed in the reception of his first book, and turned from poetry to the more profitable genres of fiction and drama, but he always considered himself a poet before all, and declared that he would be remembered as "the infamous St Oscar of Oxford, Poet and Martyr" (Letters, 720). First printing, with first issue title page, misprint "may" for "maid' on page 136, and a panel of publisher's first binding, featuring a gilt plum blossom pattern designed by Wilde, affixed to rear flyleaf. A fine copy of a major literary debut, splendidly bound by Root & Son. Octavo, early twentieth-century full red crushed morocco gilt, boards gilt-ruled with gilt cornerpieces and floral medallions inlaid with green morocco, raised bands, spine compartments lettered and decorated in gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt dentelles, top edge gilt, other edges uncut, red silk ribbon marker. Gilt-embossed rectangular panel of publisher's first binding, measuring 2 by 2.5 inches, affixed to blank flyleaf. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Poetical works. Illustrated. 2 volumes.

      Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co. - Cambridge: The Riverside Press 1881 - Großformatige bibliophile Werkausgabe vollständig in 2 Bänden . Mit gest. Porträt als Frontispiz und ca. 300 Illustrationen verschiedener Künstler. Einbandkanten und Kapitale etwas berieben und bestossen , minimale Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, schönes und dekoratives Exemplar in gutem Zustand. Mit Signatur Longfellows auf dem Titelblatt des ersten Bandes. Contemporary full red leather binding with gilt and numerous illustrations by various artists and portrait , SIGNED by Longfellow on title page of the first volume . Minor traces of use, rare. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 6000 Gr.-4°. XVI, 488 S., XVI, S.489 - 928 . Rote Ganzlederbände auf 5 Bünden mit reicher Rücken- und Deckelvergoldung sowie Ganzgoldschnitt und Marmorpapiervorsätzen. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        On the Indian hills : or, Coffee-planting in southern India / by Edwin Lester Arnold - Complete in 2 Volumes

      London : S. Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1881. Provenance; from the Mercantile library, N.Y., with their inked stamp. Very good copies both in the original gilt-blocked, decorated cloth. Professionally re-cased with the original spine laid back; very impressively finished. Remains a particularly well-preserved set overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Scans etc. on request. Physical description; 2 v. : ill. ; 20 cm. Subjects; Plantation life - India, South. Coffee - India - South India. Coffee growers - Great Britain - Biography. Coffee industry - India, South. India, South - Description and travel.

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        Monografia della cittíæ di Roma e della Campagna Romana.

      Tipografia Elzeviriana, Roma 1881 - Abrasioni lungo i cordoni dei dorsi Presenti le seguenti tavole: Iconografia del muro dalla Piazza del Macao alla via Merulana; Frammenti della antica pianta marmorea di Roma; Statistica delle cause di morte in alcune cittíæ d'Europa; Numero assoluto delle morti avvenute in ciascuna settimana dei tre anni 1874, 1875, 1876 nella popolazione totale del comune di Roma (a colori); Medio dei massimi e minimi barometrici a zero dal 1787 al 1827 ecc.; Curve secolari della pioggia al Coll. Romano; Curve annuali della pioggia al Coll. Romano; Prospetto della popolazione residente .; Antico fabbricato universitario .; Istituto chimico .; Istituto fisico; Scuola d'applicazione per gli ingegneri . CII + CXXIII + 389; (2) + 573; 111 + CXXVII-CLXII p. 2 voll in-4 m.pelle cordonata coeva titoli oro

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        Schweizerisches Idiotikon. Wörterbuch der schweizerdeutschen Sprache. 15 Bde. (I-XVI; ) u. 1 Bd.: Registerbd. (für die Bde.: I - XI) u. 1 Bd.: Quellen -und Abkürzungsverzeichnis. (17 Bde., compl.).

      Frauenfeld, Huber, -2013 1881 - 4°, j e ca. 1000 S., HLdr.(Lederimitat) mit Goldprägung., Etwas berieben, sonst tadell. - Das «Schweizerisches Idiotikon» das grösste Regionalwörterbuch des Deutschen, ist aus einem Idiotikon schweizerdeutscher Wörter längst zu einem umfassenden Wörterbuch des Schweizerdeutschen geworden, ja in gewissem Grad zu einem Reallexikon oder Thesaurus. Es erschliesst sowohl den Wortschatz der zum Teil sehr altertümlichen Dialekte der deutschen Schweiz (inkl. Walsermundarten Oberitaliens) als auch die schriftliche Überlieferung dieses Gebiets seit dem 12. Jahrhundert, besonders gründlich die des 15. und 16. Jahrhundert; dabei sind namentlich Landwirtschaft, Jagd, Fischerei und Gewerbe, Sachkultur und Volksleben, Recht und Dichtung berücksichtigt, auch Volkslieder, Kinderreime, Bauernregeln usw., sodann die Sondersprachen der Schüler, Studenten, Soldaten und Fahrenden.Die einzelnen Wörter sind zufolge der lautlichen Vielfalt gemäss dem Schmellerschen System in erster Linie nach der Herkunft angeordnet und semantisch aufeinander bezogen; dadurch werden nicht nur die Bedeutungsentwicklung jedes Wortes, sondern auch dessen Stellenwert und Leistung innerhalb der Wortsippe sichtbar. Vielfache Verweisungen auf Synonyme und begriffsnahe Wörter erschliessen Wortfelder der Gegenwart oder früherer Zeit. Wo möglich (durchwegs für die Sprache vor 1800) sind die Wörter im Satzzusammenhang geboten; daher ist auch Phraseologie und Idiomatik berücksichtigt. Den Appellativen sind in reichem Masse entsprechende lebende und urkundliche Namen (Personen- und Lokalnamen) angeschlossen.Da der Grundstock des Mundartmaterials in der zweiten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts dank der Mitarbeit von gegen 400 Korrespondenten zusammengekommen ist, kann das Werk sonst kaum beschriebene und heute weitgehend verschwundene Bereiche der sprachlichen, geistigen und materiellen Kultur dieser Zeit besonders gut dokumentieren. Es ist Arbeitsinstrument für verschiedenste Wissensgebiete wie Sprach-, Geschichts- und Rechtswissenschaft, Volks- und Namenkunde. Geographisch umfasst das Bearbeitungsgebiet die deutsche Schweiz einschliesslich der Walserorte in Norditalien. Das Gesamtwerk ( Bd. 16 erscheint 2010, Bd. 17 erst 2020) wird 17 Bände umfassen. Auf den Abschluss hin sind Arbeiten an einem alphabetischen und einem grammatischen Gesamtregister in Gang.Versandkostenfrei für Europa. (Beiliegend: Quellen- u. Abkürzungsverzeihnis. 3. nachgeführte Auflage, Huber,1980, Walter Haa « das Wörtebuch der schweizerdeutschen Sprache. Versuch einer nationalen Institution. Huber, 1981.)Seit 2013 ist eine neue überarbeitete Auflage in Arbeit: 17 Bde, CHF 525.? pro Band 1700 gr. Schlagworte: Helvetica - AllgemeinLinguistikNeueingänge - Helvetica [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

      London: John Murray,, 1881. With notes by Dean Milman and M. Guizot. A new edition, with additional notes, by William Smith. In eight volumes. With Portrait and Maps. 8 volumes, octavo (214 X 135 mm). Contemporary brown embossed calf, titles and elaborate decoration to spines gilt in compartments separated by raised bands, multiple filets to boards gilt and in blind, inner dentelles in blind, marbled endpapers and edges. Portrait of Gibbon as frontispiece in vol. I, others with maps as frontispiece, most coloured in outline. Early gift inscription to Dudley Perry Forman, Nottingham printer and publisher, in vol. I (undated, but before 1911). Bookplate to front pastedowns, some minor browning, small chip to one volume with some gilt loss, an excellent set. A handsome library set of Gibbon's works.

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      Tokyo 1881-2, Matsuzaki. Stitched blue wrs., 2 vol. set, 28+. +28 double folded leaves, each page is fully illustrated, no. text except Japanese introduction page , entirely woodblock. printed by hand on hand-made paper, complete, 18.5 x 23 cm.. A FASCINATING SET OF NATIVE JAPANESE DESIGN BOOKS A fascinating and unique set of purely Japanese design motif books. Loaded with intricate and complicated, some geometric designs, others are floral based, phoenix, dragon, celestial animals, Buddhist symbols, and ancient patterns. * These have been the traditional reference resource and inspiration for hundreds of years for Japanese craftsmen who made and designed lacquer, enamels, textiles, ceramics, textiles & Kimono [Mon], book covers, Netsuke, Inro, Japanese swords and sword furniture, wood furniture and virtually anywhere a design can be put. * These traditional and symbolistic patterns adorned objects of art & daily use. Book size: vol. I: 18 x 12 cm., vol. II: 18 x 13 cm., oblong format, title pages printed in red, balance in black and white key-block outline. * Scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        Hays County, Texas. Manuscript Notarial Ledger

      1881-1885, Kyle, Texas 1881 - Folio (16" x 10.5"). 27 double-pages (i.e. 54 pp.) of manuscript entries. Bound in original leather-backed marbled boards with tabbed alphabetical index in front; cover worn with spine partly perished, mild toning, scattered minor staining, last few leaves damp stained, etc., generally clean internally. HIGHLY INTERESTING 19TH CENTURY MANUSCRIPT LEDGER FROM KYLE, TEXAS (HAYS COUNTY). This historically important early volume dates from 1881-1885 and was kept by notary public Edwin Atwood Vaughan (aka E. A. Vaughan) of Kyle, Texas. In addition to being a notary public, records indicate Vaughan was also editor of the Hays County News newspaper and a cattleman who bred Jersey cattle. Ledger includes entries for city co-founders Fergus Kyle and David E. Moore and Kyle's first businessman Thomas Martin, among others. Handwritten entries depict a detailed record of E. A. Vaughan's notary activities including mortgages, warranter deeds, executor's deeds, trust deeds, transfers, powers of attorney, bills of sale, bonds, quit claims, and liens. Majority of Vaughan's clients were personally known to him and resided in Kyle, however various other towns in Hays County and elsewhere in Texas can also be found here such as Austin, San Marcos, Lockhart, Texarkana, Palestine, Gonzales, Wimberley, Taylor, etc. Hundreds of names appear throughout, making ledger a treasure trove of local genealogy. Names include Daisy Allen, W. W. Anderson, J. A. Bacon, D. A. Barber, J. G. Barber, J. B. Blount, G. Welton, Bones, P. J. Breedlove, Desha Bunton, Reece Butler, Henry Calvin, Oscar Clark, L. Coffee, C. C. Colman, Sarah Jane Cornwall, J. E. Carroll, E. B. Carruth, W. E. Collier, Catherine Crawley, W. F. Donald, F. P. Donnelley, F. W. Dudley, Samuel Dunn, J. T. Eckhols, C. F. Ellison, Carmel Flores, M. Gage, Juan Garza, Leon Garza, S. Glascock, Wm. Glover, Perfelio Gonzales, William J. Good, A. E. Green, Wm. Groos, J. B. Hammond, Joseph G. Hardy, Jos. W. Hardy, B. Hargis, Wm. Harrall, S. M. Heard, H. Hellman, C. W. Herald, Z. Hinton, W. O. Hutchinson, W. G. Ireland, W. B. Johnston, William M. Jordan, W. D. Keith, H. Kellman, W. W. Kelly, M. G. Keylich, G. W. Koon, Fergus Kyle, Jess Lawler, W. W. Lock, David Lynch, J. W. Manlove, Edward McCall, M. M. McCarver, John R. McWilliam, Delilah R. Martin, Thomas G. Martin, Daff Merritt, D. E. Moore, M. Ellen Moore, Easter Nance, Charity Newman, J. J. Nolan, Oscar Parke, W. W. Peavy, W. M. Perry, John Pharass, Alie Reasoner, Andrew R. Remich, Joel Rice, Mary E. Rice, R. S. Rowland, W. R. Simrock, William Skaggs, R. J. Sledge, E. B. Sloan, Mary Sloan, Sidney Smith, W. P. Smith, N. O. Sneed, Chas. W. Stewart, Thomas A. Storts, Jethro Thompson, Martha G. Tobin, A. J. Tomlin, H. C. Wallace, J. W. Wallace, Chas. Wetzel, Mayer Wetzel, E. Wesiam, Jason Wilson, Edwin C. Woodruff, Samuel M. Wright, A. Van Rosenberg, M. G. Vardell, Wm. Vaughan, Pedro Veracruz, Mary E. Vesey, D. A. Young, etc., etc. Very good antiquarian condition [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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