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        FRENCH LYRICS

      1882. Fine. FRENCH LYRICS Selected and Annotated by George Saintsbury. London, Kegan Paul and Trench, 1882. Octavo. xxxvi,244pp. Large paper edition of 50 copies, signed by the publisher. Full straight-grain morocco, with gilt rules, floral garlands, and intricately gilt inner dentelles. T.e.g. Engraved frontispiece. An anthology of French lyric poetry from the Middle Ages to the nineteenth century. A nice presentation in a lovely Zaehnsdorf gift binding. Extremities rubbed, else fine.

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        The Prince And The Pauper: A Tale For Young People Of All Ages

      First edition, second state. With one hundred and ninety-two illustrations. Bound in publisher's original green cloth with the front cover and spine stamped in gilt and blind. The covers have chips to the extremities. Hard Cover. Book condition: Very good condition

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        Tenth Annual Report of the Local Goverment Board 1880-81 Supplement Containing Report and Papers Submitted By the Board's Medical Officer on the Use and Influence of Hospitals for Infectious Diseases Presented to Both Houses of Parliament , Etc, Etc.

      London: Printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1882.. First Edition. Very Good. 8vo Collation, xii[2]363pp, 65 illustration/plans, including 42 single page, 23 folding, many in colour. Bound in original publishers half calf, calf corners, raised bands, red leather title label, gilt lines. Calf rubbed, some scuff marking, short split on hinge joint. Binding in good clean firm condition. Internally, no loose pages, no writing or marking. Pages and illustrations in very good clean condition.8996.A33

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        Reading in Nature

      Britain: Original watercolor on paper, 1882-1890. Matted in Rag Board Fine A refined and rare original watercolor on clay-coated stock. Fine condition. Image size: 17 x 19 cm. Sheet size: 24 x 29.6 cm. With dedication leaf 'Edith Cast Faber from her Mother (a loving memento) painted by Mrs. J.A. Faber about 1882-1890'. A charming portrait of a young fair-haired child in a wooded setting intently reading a letter.

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        The Prince And The Pauper: A Tale For Young People Of All Ages

      Boston, James R. Osgood and Company, 1882. First edition, second state. With one hundred and ninety-two illustrations. Bound in publisher's original green cloth with the front cover and spine stamped in gilt and blind. The covers have chips to the extremities. Hard Cover. Book condition: Very good condition

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        Die Aetiologie der Tuberkulose.

      extract from Berliner Klinische Wochenschrift (vol. 19), Berlin, 1882. pp. 221-230; 31 cm. Garrison/Morton 2331: "Discovery of the tubercle bacillus announced March 24, 1882. This paper also contains a statement of `Koch's postulates'." Dibner, Heralds of Science no. 134: "Using the advantage of new improvements in techniques such as photomicroscopy, staining, oil-immersed lenses, and pure cultures, Koch and his colleagues placed the new science of microbiology on a sound basis. In the above paper, a triumph in science and medicine, Koch isolated and identified the tubercle bacillus, establishing the infectious nature of the disease, and opened the way to combat one of the worst scourges of mankind. Using body fluids and blood serum as host, Koch was able to cause anthrax and tubercular organisms to grow outside the body." "Koch is really our medical Galileo, who... introduced us to a new world. It is not too much to say that the demonstrations by Koch of the 'bacillus tuberculosis' (1882), is, in its far-reaching results, one of the most momentous discoveries ever made." --Osler, Evolution of Modern Medicine. Koch was awarded the Nobel Prize for this work. Printing and the Mind of Man 366. OB 573. Vg, in marbled paper covers.

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        Tahiti

      Lon. , 1882.. 29 b/w photo plates. In 1880 Colonel Stuart Wortley and his wife visited Tahiti, a place they loved. He was a noted photographer who made some technical advances in the collodion process, and whose photographs of Italy and Tahiti are still collected. He took some wonderful photographs during their stay in Tahiti, and she wrote the knowledgeable and entertaining text. The photographic reproductions in this edition have the rich velvety appearance of actual prints. Though the text shows light foxing around the outer edges, each print is clean and free of foxing, and is protected by a tissue guard. Bound in original decorated cloth with an island scene in gold green and blue, all edges gilt. Slight lean to spine and minor wear to corners and spine ends. WITH A FULL PAGE INSCRIPTION FROM THE AUTHOR, CHRISTMAS 1882.

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        Brockhaus' Conversations Lexikon in 16 Volumes.

      Thirteenth edition. Bound in publisher's original quarter black leather with pebbled green cloth boards and spines stamped in gilt. Each volume with numerous colored maps, charts, full page wood engravings and wood engraved textual illustrations. Text printed in fraktur. Tight and bright. One of the few set available for sale in the United States. Image available on request. Book condition: Very good condition

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        Catalogue of the Collection of Pictures, works of art, and decorative objects, the property of His Grace the Duke of Hamilton, K.T.... Saturday, June 17, and Monday, June 19, 1882, and the following day [Five Portions co

      234 pp. + plates. 8vo. Cloth. First edition. Illus. with 77 monochrome carbon print photographic plates. Buchanan 1. Two versions of this catalogue were produced, one without plates, and this, the illustrated version, with carbon prints by James Craig Annan (1864-1946), son of the Scottish photographer Thomas Annan. Annan was only 18 when he produced this series of prints (uncredited) for the spectacular Duke of Hamilton sale. There were 2213 lots auctioned over fifteen days in five sections which brought in 397, 000 British pounds! In addition to the paintings offered, which could have easily formed their own museum -works by Botticelli, Breugel, Da Vinci, Durer, Fra Angelico, Giorgione, Holbein, Rembrandt, Rubens, Titian, Van Dyke, Veronese, and more- there was French furniture, Asian bronzes and lacquers, Sevres and Desden porcelain, and decorative objects in profusion. Photographs were somewhat new to illustrating auctions and "this is an early use of photography for a sale catalogue, " according to William Buchanan in his "J. Craig Annan. Selected Texts and Bibliography, " (Oxford. 1994), p. 137. Annan would go on to become an important British pictorial photographer and one of its master photogravure printers, contributing both is own work and gravures for other British photographers to Stiglitz' Camera Work (the January 1914 issue -no. 45- was devoted entirely to him). Scarce, especially in such beautiful condition and in such a fine binding. A near fine copy, rubbing on verso of plates, plates numbered in pencil.

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        Les Arachnides de Belgique (Book X)

      Hayez Brussels, Belgium: Hayez. 1882. First. First edition. Two volumes. Folios. Twenty-seven color plates. Text in French. Very good in thick wrappers with some edgewear along the spine of the wraps on both volumes. Volume I contains primarily color plates of arachnids on every other recto while volume II contains descriptions of the plates. From the Royal Annals of Natural History of Belgium. Title loosely translates to "The Spiders of Belgium." .

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        Die Pompejanischen Wanddecorationen. Für Künstler und Kustgewerbtreibende sowie Freunde des Alterthums.

      Leipzig, T.O. Weigel, 1882. 40 pp. + map + XXIV plates. Bound halbleather. Colddec. spine and boards. 4 tome.. Text in german. Nice copy. Exlibris inside binding. Colourplates with motifs from the walls in Pompeij. With 24 Plates after the originalcopies von discanno. Little brownspotted on flyleaf. Else nice and clean.(Porto kr. 40,- på brevforsendelser i Danmark)

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        Egenhändigt skrivet och undertecknat brev till G. Jean-Aubry.

      Daterat »Maison Casilhac, Banyuls-sur-Mer 5.1. 23 Pyr. or.». 2 s. »Det gläder mig mycket att Ert övriga arbete inte skall hindra Er att översätta Himlens hemlighet. Och att Ni tänker utge mina enaktare i bokform är ju likaså synnerligen glädjande. Tyvärr har jag ju ännu åstadkommit så litet både på detta område och andra, i varje fall mindre än jag tycker jag borde ha gjort. För närvarande är jag sysselsatt med ett skådespel av större format, kanske kan det komma att intressera Er. - Att Ni känner Hébertot är ju utmärkt, så bör saken lättare kunna ordnas. I en intervju i en svensk tidning har han yttrat att han kommer att uppföra H[imlens]. h[emlighet].» Lagerkvist skriver också att han bifogar en efterfrågad artikel om honom som varit införd i Politiken, »den uppehåller sig dock tyvärr inte så mycket vid vad ni gjort för mig men innehåller mest oriktigheter och överdrifter». Avslutningsvis diskuterar han möjligheterna att träffas, samt framför en hälsning till Louise Alvar.. G. Jean-Aubry var pseudonym för Jean-Frédéric-Emile Aubry (1882-1950), fransk musikkritiker och översättare, bl. a. av sin vän Joseph Conrad över vilken han även skrev en biografi. Jean-Aubry hade tillsammans med Louise Alvar gjort den första översättningen av Lagerkvist till Franska, »Le moment difficile», publicerad i La revue de Genève, 3 (1921), s. 733-47. Den 22 januari 1922 skickade Jean-Aubry arvodet med ett brev (det enda från honom som bevarats i Kungl. Bibliotekets Lagerkvistsamling). Föreliggande brev gäller en planerad översättning av Himlens hemlighet, vilken troligen inte utfördes, åtminstone tycks den inte ha publicerats. Inte heller några andra Lagerkvistöversättningar av Jean-Aubry tycks ha utgivits.<p>Teatermannen Jacques Hébertot, som nämns i brevet, hörde till dem som kommit att intressera sig för Lagerkvists dramatik. De gemensamma vännerna Rolf de Maré och »Nils de Dardel» hade gjort honom uppmärksam på den svenske författaren och han ville gärna uppföra något av honom, kanske just »Le secret du ciel» som han hört mycket talas om, och som Lagerkvist hoppades att Jean-Aubry skulle översätta. Hébertot och Lagerkvist utväxlade några brev rörande dessa planer, men något samarbete tycks inte ha blivit av. Lagerkvist sände emellertid Hébertot sin senaste bok via Dardel i slutet av oktober 1923, troligen Den osynlige, som utkom ett par veckor senare. Pär Lagerkvist uppger som synes ett antal olika avsändar­adresser under 1910- och 1920-talen, rot- och rastlösa år då han i långa perioder bodde i Danmark, Frankrike och Italien

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        Siberia in Europe: a Visit to the Valley of the Petchora, in North-East Russia; [WITH] Siberia in Asia: a Visit to the Valley of the Yenesay in East Siberia

      John Murray. London. John Murray. 1880 and 1882. Handsomely custom bound in 3/4 blind ruled grain morocco and marbled boards. Blind ruled spine compartments with elaborate gilt tooled motifs. Gilt tooled raised bands. Gilt titles. Marbled edges and endsheets. Small 8vo. 5.5" x 8". Both titles are First Editions. Illustrated by a folding map at rear of each volume and further by many images after woodcuts en texte. Henry Seebohm (1832 - 1895) was an English steel manufacturer, and amateur ornithologist, oologist and traveller. Seebohm was born in Bradford. His interest in natural history led him to travel widely, in Greece, Scandinavia, Turkey, and South Africa. His expeditions to the Yenisey tundra of Siberia were described in his two most renowned books, Siberia in Europe (1880) and Siberia in Asia (1882),today widely accepted as pre-eminent works in the fields of both tavel and adventure as well as ornithology. Advertisements removed during custom binding.Small divot to one spine compartment of Europe.Small Heraldic period bookplate to front pastedowns. Else, a Fine, crisp beautifully maintained set.

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        (ALBUM CON RACCOLTA DI CAMPIONI ESEMPLIFICATIVI DI MERLETTO siglato L.H.). Datato a matita: 1882.

      Bella ril. telata con sigla dorata L.H. alla cop., cm 24x32, 47 cartoncini rosa con ben 525 campioni di una vasta tipologia di merletti d?Irlanda magistralmente eseguiti e cuciti su tale supporto. Ottimo esemplare.

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        Opera Omnia. Iussu et Auctoritate Bernardini a Portu Romatino, Aloysii a Parma, Aloysii Lauer & David Fleming. Edita Studio et Cura PP. Collegii a S. Bonaventura

      Ad Claras Aquas (Quaracchi) prope Florentiam. Ex Typographia Collegii S. Bonaventurae. 1882-1902 (1995). 9 volumes (of 10) in 10 bindings. & Indices tom. I.-IV. (together 11 vols.). Orig. wrappers (paperbacks) Together ca. 7000 pp. Mostly printed in 2 columns. Uncut, mostly unopened. Folio (37 x 26 cm). Text in Latin. (volume 9 is missing!, covers of few volumes sl. dam., sl. worn) Although still very good. See image. ¶ Volumes 5,6,7,8 & 10 in photolitho reprint, Assisi 1991 - 1995. ¶¶ Contents: Volumes I-IV (in 5 bindings) : In Primum Librum Sententiarum. V: Opuscula Varia. Theologica. VI: Commentarii in Sacram Scripturam. VII: Commentarius in Evangelium S. Lucae. VIII: Opuscula Varia ad Theologiam Mysticam et Res Ordinis Fratrum Minorum Spectantia. (not present/ missing: IX: Sermones de Tempore, de Sanctis, de B. Virgine Maria et de diversis) X: Operum Omnium. Complementum. & Indices in tom. I.-IV.

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        The Martyr Presidents [cover title]: From Pioneer Home to the White House. Life of Abraham Lincoln. Boyhood, Youth, Manhood, Assassination, Death. [bound with] From Log-Cabin to the White House. Life of James A. Garfield: Boyhood, Youth, Manhood, Assassination, Death, Funeral

      Henry Bill Publishing Co.Illustrated with steel engravings. Publisher's full black roan with gilt embossed vignette on front cover and title in gilt on front cover and spine, extremities rubbed, rear joint starting, spine frayed; front fly leaf torn three inches at gutter. Ownership inscription to fly-leaf. Overall a very good copy of this scarce and fragile book. First edition of each work, extremely rare in the original issue together. Each is a fine biography of the respective president. Monaghan, 991.

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        Savannah River to Saint Helena Sound including Calibogue Sound, Port Royal and Broad River

      London: Published by the Admiralty, May 1882. Engraving. Printed on wove paper. In excellent condition. Image size: 25 1/4 x 38 1/4 inches. 27 x 40 inches. A fantastic Admiralty chart of the Savannah River to St. Helena Sound, produced by the British Hydrographic Office. The British Hydrographic Office was founded in 1795 by George III, who appointed Alexander Dalrymple as the first Hydrographer to the Admiralty. He immediately set to work but it was not until 1800 that the first Admiralty chart was published of the waters around Quiberon Bay in Brittany. Unlike the U. S. Coast Survey the Hydrographic Office was given permission to sell charts to the public and they produced a great number of sea charts covering every corner of the globe. Most of the Admiralty charts produced by the Hydrographic Office delineated coastline as well as high and low water marks and record depth of water as established by soundings. In addition these charts included information on shoals, reefs, and other navigational hazards that plagued mariners across the world. Thanks to the innovations of Sir Francis Beaufort, who developed the Beaufort Scale of wind strength, the British Hydrographic Office became one of the leading producers of sea charts. This large chart covers the Port Royal Sound including the Savannah River, the Calibogue Sound, and the Broad River. Water depths and sand bars are all carefully recorded, as are the various lighthouses along the coastline. This is an important sea chart of this area and a wonderful example of the maps produced by the British Hydrographic Office.

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        POMPEJI. Die neuesten ausgrabungen von 1874 bis 1881... Leipzig, T.O. Weigel, 1882.

      Buona ril. in tela con larga parte delle coperte originali applicate, tagli in rosso, cm 33x25, pp XII, 8, 6, 8, 8, 10, 8, 8, 8, 10, 8, 15 di t., 80 tavv f.t. in cromolitografia tratte da acquarelli di G. Discanno e A. Butts (veline di protez.). Ex libris. Ottimo esemplare.

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        Shotover, Winner of the Derby Stakes at Epsom 1882, Value of the Stakes £4800 and the Two Thousand Guineas at Newmarket. got by Hermit out of Stray Shot. The Property of His Grace the Duke of Westminster. Won the Ascot Derby 1882. Trained by John Porter - Ridden by Tom Cannon

      London: George Rees, 7 June 1882. Aquatint engraving, printed in colours and finished by hand, 'Painted & Engraved by Edwin Henry Hunt'. 18 5/8 x 25 5/8 inches. 26 1/2 x 34 1/2 inches. A portrait of the most famous British jockey of the time, Tom Cannon, up on Shotover, winner of the 1882 Derby. Thomas Cannon (1846-1917) ' rode his first winner in 1860, and shortly afterwards came to the attention of the trainer, John Day of Danebury, whose daughter he later married. His first classic success was in 1866, when he won the One Thousand Guineas. During his racing career he rode 1,544 winners. He was champion jockey in 1872 with eighty-seven winners. He rode winners for the stable managed by his brother Joseph in Bedford Cottage Yard at Newmarket, including Lord Lonsdales Pilgrimage, on which he won the One Thousand Guineas and Two Thousand Guineas in 1878. He won the Two Thousand Guineas on Shotover for John Porter of Kingsclere in 1882 and on Shotover he won his only Derby, also in 1882. For three seasons he rode for the Scottish millionaire George Baird (Mr Abington), training and riding Busybody. He was closely associated with James Ryans stables at Newmarket, and for Ryan he won the Two Thousand Guineas on Mr Douglas Bairds Enterprise in 1887, and on Enthusiast in 1889.' (DNB). Cf. Charles Lane British Racing Prints p.136

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        FINE GOUACHE ILLUSTRATION OF FRENCH MILITARY VETERANS DRINKING IN A TAVERN COURTYARD, SIGNED

      New York: Scribner's 1882 New York: Scribner's, 1882. Image size 14 x 10 inches; matted and framed to 21 x 16 3/4 inches overall. An original illustration to Thackeray's The Chronicle of the Drum (1882), page 58, "Ho! fetch me a beaker of wine / And, comrades, I'll give you a toast.". On paper mounted on canvas; two almost imperceptible nicks toward the bottom of the image, else fine . A splendid, vigorous painting, in varying tones of gray, black and white, on brown paper. It shows a group of six white-haired, uniformed, French veterans around a table in a tavern court yard, raising their tankards, and cursing those who brought them defeat at Waterloo. In the book, this early Frost illustration is reproduced by wood-engraving, which cannot compare with the spirit and panache of the original. A SUPERB EXAMPLE OF FROST'S WORK IN GOUACHE

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        OVERSIZE PHOTOGRAPH: GROUP PORTRAIT OF SUPREME COURT JUSTICES, 1882

      1882. Very Good. BELL, C. M., photographer. OVERSIZE PHOTOGRAPH: GROUP PORTRAIT OF SUPREME COURT JUSTICES, 1882. Washington, DC: C. M. Bell, 1882. Framed albumen silver print. Image (with rounded corners at top) approximately 14 1/3 x 20 inches; frame 26 1/4 x 30 1/8 inches. From left to right: Justices Bradley, Woods, Miller, Gray, Chief Justice Waite, Justices Harlan, Field, Blatchford and Matthews. Bell's signature is printed in facsimile on the lower left portion of the mat. Photo in very good condition, except for a small 2 inch flaw to the photo (scrape/tear) below Justice Waite. Wooden frame rough, some staining to mat.

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        THE WHEELMAN & OUTING AND THE WHEELMAN / VOLUMES 1, 2 & 3

      The Wheelman Company THE WHEELMAN, & OUTING AND THE WHEELMAN / VOLUMES 1, 2 & 3 The Wheelman Company, October, 1882 to March, 1884, first edition, front inner hinge starting on volume 1, upper front fore edge corner tips modestly bumped on the first 2 volumes, very slight wear or rubbing to the spine extremities of all 3 volumes, else vg+/near fine copies in the publishers original gold-gilt and blind stamped cloth bindings. Very scarce thus. The first 3 volumes of this rare and historic cycling periodical, among the first of its kind with emphasis on improvements, inventions, manufacturers in the U.S. and Europe, question & answer segments, editorials by Charles E Pratt (perhaps the foremost authority of all things cycle), literary pieces of fiction and fact, all with illustrations and steel engravings by competent artisans.

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        Illustrated Biographies of Modern Artists

      Paris: Librairie d'art, Ludovic Baschet 1882. First edition. Limited to 1200 copies, of which this is number 774. Large folio. Complete as issued with 36 original full page etchings, full page plates, and illustrations throughout the text. Contemporary full calf with elaborate gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. The binding is dry and moderately scuffed at the edges, small bump to the text pages at the rear, else very good or better. Contains biographies of twelve contemporary artists: Sir Frederick Leighton, John Everett Millais, Hubert Herkomer, Laurence Alma-Tademo, Paul Jacques Aime Baudry, Josef Israels, Adolf F.E. Menzel, Carl von Piloty, Hans Makart, James Clarke Hook, Alexandre Cabanel, and Jean Louis Ernest Meissonier. A beautifully designed and printed volume with original etchings by Josef Israels, Paul Rajon, E.A. Champollion, W. Hecht, William Unger, and others.

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        La Nave del Diritto Romano

      1882. Gandolfo, Enrico. La Nave del Diritto Romano. Genoa: G. Sambolino. 1882. [iii], [3]-347 pp. Octavo (6" x 9"). Contemporary quarter morocco over pebbled cloth, raised bands and gilt title to spine, speckled edges. Light rubbing to extremities. Occasional light foxing, interior otherwise fresh. * First edition. Gandolfo offers a thorough overview of Roman maritime law and its historical development. An uncommon work, it was later reprinted in 1980. (The reprint edition is equally uncommon.) KVK locates 5 copies. British Museum Catalogue (Compact Edition) 10:75.

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        Typewritten Letter, Signed (TLS) as President on White House stationery, dated November 8, 1940, to Honorable L.B. Schofield, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia

      Original manuscript. Very Good. One page on pale-green White House stationery, 9" x 7" with integral blank leaf, "Dear Mr. Schofield: Francis Biddle has told me of your accident....I know of the excellent work you have been doing in connection with the reorganization of the Immigration and Naturalization Service.... Sincerely yours, Franklin D. Roosevelt" [signed in blue ink]. Includes the original mailing envelope, postmarked Washington, roughly opened at one end. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945), 32nd President of the United States from 1933 to 1945.

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        WHY FRAU FROHMANN RAISED HER PRICES

      1882. hardcover. Trollope, Anthony. WHY FRAU FROHMANN RAISED HER PRICES and Other Stories. London: Wm. Isbister, 1882. Original sage green cloth decorated in black. First Edition of this collection of five short stories, published in December 1881. In addition to the title story, they are "The Lady of Launay," "Christmas at Thompson Hall," "The Telegraph Girl" and "Alice Dugdale." Curiously, there is also a two volume Isbister edition of this book (though with continuous pagination), yet this single volume edition is earlier. Since Trollope had wanted the book to be published in one volume only, but then died a year later, Sadleir hypothesizes that Isbister grabbed the opportunity of issuing left-over copies of the book at a two-volume price now that its author could no longer complain. This copy is in sage green cloth, which is the color most often (though not frequently!) encountered; copies were also bound in blue and in scarlet, without priority. This is a very good-plus copy -- minor wear at the lower extremities, and a trace of soil on the front cover. Sadleir places FRAU FROHMANN in the upper half of Trollope's books in terms of scarcity, and in fact this is only the third copy (and first green one) that we have handled. Sadleir (TROLLOPE) 61.(Sumner & Stillman Code:11403)

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        PRINCE AND THE PAUPER: A TALE FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES

      1882. 1. TWAIN,MARK [CLEMENS,SAMUEL]. THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER: A TALE FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES by Mark Twain. Boston: James R. Osgood 1882 (1882). 4to, (7 x 8 1/2"), 411p., green cloth stamped in gold and black, very slight cover soil and rubbing, really near Fine in custom cloth box with leather label. First Edition in first state binding (resette 1/8" below fillet), second state of text with corrections on pages 124 (state not estate), 263 (do instead of do not) and 362 (reined not reigned). The classic children's tale tells the story about a prince and a pauper who switch roles and learn that the grass isn't necessarily greener on the other side. Illustrated with 192 engravings. Peter Parley To Penrod p.65, BAL 3402. Lovely copy.

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        Works, The

      1882. The Complete Novels by the Inventor of the Modern Novel in EnglishBound For and Sold By the Most Renowned Bookseller in GlasgowFIELDING, Henry. The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq, Edited with a Bibliographical Essay by Leslie Stephen. In Ten Volumes. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1882. Limited to 1000 sets, this being set number 164. Ten large octavo volumes (8 7/8 x 6 1/2 inches; 225 x 165 mm.). Frontispieces. Black and white illustrated plates with tissue guards throughout.Contemporary full paneled speckled calf for Hopkins of Glasgow (stamped to verso of front free endpaper). Floral corner devices in gilt. Double ruled gilt borders. Five gilt ruled raised bands. Six compartments, two of which have morocco labels, the remaining four gilt ornamented and decorated. Dentelles. All edges gilt. A fine set."Fielding is generally agreed to be an innovating master of the highest originality He himself believed that he was 'the founder of a new province of writing' and Sir W. Scott commended him for his 'high notions of the dignity of an art which he may be considered as having funded'...In breaking away...he devised what he described as 'comic epics in prose', which are in effect the first modern novels in English..."(OCEL).Hugh Hopkins, "THE doyen of the Glasgow booksellers was born at Galston, Ayrshire, near the famous "Patie's Mill," in 1831. While he was still a child his father came to Glasgow and began business as a second-hand bookseller in the Bazaar, then the centre of that trade and the haunt of the book-lovers and book collectors of the city. There at his father's stall Mr. Hopkins has seen the figures of the stalwart, plaid-girt Hugh Miller and many another famous man of letters now no more. In 1849 he began a business of his own, first at the foot of Glassford Street, and afterwards higher up. Since then he has occupied premises successively at 21 Buchanan Street, the house in which M'Nish, 'the modern Pythagorean' is said to have been born; at 8 Royal Bank Place, in Renfield Street, and in West Regent Street. Each of these shops has been a resort of the literati and bibliophiles of Glasgow in its day. Historian and antiquarian, journalist and poet have been wont to foregather in the back room there of an afternoon. What Mr. Hopkins does not know about editions, dates, peculiarities, and values is not worth knowing, and he is a connoisseur, not only of the outsides of the books, but of their contents. In books especially dealing with old Glasgow, and with the history and literature, ballads and songs of Scotland, he has a special interest, and he possesses an amazing knowledge of them. He has acted as the intermediary in many a famous transaction, and through him have remained at home many bibliographical rarities which otherwise might have left this country. He has also published several important works, including Napier's History of Partick, Ritson's Scottish Songs and quite recently, Fanjas de St. Fond's Journey through England and Scotland to the Hebrides in 1784. Mr. Hopkins is now assisted in his business by his son" (Who's Who in Glasgow 1929).

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        The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq. Edited with a Biographical Essay by Leslie Stephen

      Smith Elder & CoLondon:: Smith, Elder & Co,. 1882.. 10 volume set, one of 250 copies for sale in the USA, being copy number 32.With illustrations by William Small. (illustrator). 4to, each volume between 400-700 pages. Contemporary full tan tree calf , spine in six compartments, with an art nouveau floral design within raised bands. Gilt inner and outer dentelles. Marbled endpapers, edges speckled, with silk bookmarks. Spine labels in red & burgundy. Spine ends a little worn, vol 2 spine with a faint vertical crack, but overall

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        The orchid album, comprising coloured figures and descriptions of new, rare and beautiful orchidaceous plants.

      London 1882-1897. 11 volumes. Large-4to (303 x 240mm). With 528 coloured plates. Publisher's pictorial gilt cloth, gilt edges. A rare complete set of one of the finest publications on orchids and an important record of orchid varieties discovered and described in the 19th century. A copy with considerable foxing to the text, the plates however, are hardly affected as these were printed on thicker paper. Plates and text partly loose, some spines with tiny wormholes. "John Nugent Fitch (1840-1927) both drew and lithographed the 528 partly hand-colored, partly color-printed plates that compose this work. Nephew to the outstanding lithographer Walter Hood Fitch, John Nugent Fitch was fifty-two years old before his uncle and mentor died" (The Orchid observed, 23) "He (Williams) furnished the cultural notes for Mr. Robert Warner's 'Select Orchidaceous Plants', which was begun in 1862, and 1881 in association with Mr. Warner again, he commenced the publication of 'The Orchid Album', a monthly illustrated periodical which gained great popular favour" (Reinikka, History of the Orchid, p. 224). Most of the plates are handcoloured lithographs, some towards the end are chromolithographed. Nissen BBI, 2107; The Orchid Observed, 23; Great Flower Books p. 149.

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        YOUNG AMERICANS IN JAPAN OR THE ADVENTURES OF THE JEWETT FAMILY AND THEIR FRIEND OTO NAMBO

      Boston & New York: Lee and Shepard / Charles T. Dillingham 1882. Boston & New York: Lee and Shepard / Charles T. Dillingham, 1882.. xiii,[1],372pp. Large, thick octavo. Half gilt calf and marbled boards, pictorial panels of original binding bound in. Frontis and illustrations. Closed tear in lower margin of one leaf, otherwise a very good copy. First edition. A superb association copy, inscribed prior to publication by the author to American Orientalist and modernist literary influence, Ernest Fenollosa, utilizing Fenollosa's Japanese honorific: "To Mast. Kano E Fenollosa Our young American in Japan with the author's affectionate regard. Manchester by Sea Mass Oct. 10. 1881" After serving with the British military during the Second Opium War, Greey (1835-1888) traveled to Japan in the diplomatic service and immersed himself in the country's language, culture and art. In 1868, he settled in New York, opening a shop specializing in Japanese art and antiquities, and subsidizing that income as a writer. In addition to formal works such as the present, which afford a valuable insight into aspects of Japanese history and culture from a Westerner's point of view, Greey was a prolific contributor to the pulp press and boy's papers, often under pseudonyms. He took his own life in 1888 under mysterious circumstances. As a somewhat older contemporary of Fenollosa, he would no doubt had ample reason and opportunity to make his acquaintance, either in the U.S. or during travels back to Japan on business.

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        OPERA OMNIA, Iussi et auctoritate P. Bernardini a Portu Romatino Vol. I- II- III- IV- V + Indici, Roma, Ad Claras Aquas (Quaracchi), 1882

      23,5 x 35, Bella leg. mz. perg con angoli e titoli in oro su tasselli rossi al dorso, Testo latino stampato su due colonne. Ex Typographia collegii San Bonaventurae. Tomus I (pp.870) ed. 1882 Tomus II (pp. 1026) ed. 1885 Tomus III (pp. 905) ed. 1887 Tomus IV (pp. 1067) ed. 1889 Tomus V (pp. 606) ed. 1891 con indici alfabetici (Iussu et auctoritate P. Aloysii a Parma) Tomus I-V - 1901 - pp. 502 indici generali Vol. I- IV. Straordinaria opera, in buone condizioni

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        The complete suite of Thomson's three contributions to the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, including: "On the Vibrations of a Vortex Ring, and the Action upon Each Other of Two Vortices in a Perfect Fluid"

      PHOTOGRAPHS SENT ON REQUEST. First Editions, comprising: general title-page to the volume for 1882; 1.) On the Vibrations of a Vortex Ring, and the Action upon Each Other of Two Vortices in a Perfect Fluid, 1882, vol 173, pp.493-521; 2.) On the Determination of the Number of Electrostatic Units in the Electromagnetic Unit of Electricity, 1883, vol 174, pp.707-721; 3.) On Some Applications of Dynamical Principles to Physical Phenomena, 1885, vol 176, pp.307-342; quarto, half calf gilt in period style, extracted from The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, neat small uninked embossed library name stamp on general title page, very good copies, London, The Royal Society, 1882 - 1885. The second paper above was Thomson's first paper on the electrostatic unit of electricity. "In 1884 Lord Rayleigh, .resigned the Cavendish Professorship of Experimental Physics. Thomson had by then completed a few imperfect bits of laboratory work, including a determination, at Rayleigh's suggestion, of the ratio of the electrostatic to the electromagnetic units of electricity. Rayleigh had intended to collaborate in this work which, apart from its imperfection, was typical of the Cavendish during this area; but Thomson, unaware of many of the pitfalls, ran away with the project, published hastily, and gave his colleagues, including the Professor, to doubt that he had any future in experimental physics. With these credits and his mathematics, he competed for the chair; much to his surprise, and to the great annoyance of some of his competitors, who included Fitzgerald, Glazenbrook, Larmor, Reynolds, and Schuster, he was elected."(DSB XIII, p. 365). The third paper above was one of a series of works in which Thomson elaborated on his idea that the potential energy of a given system might be replaced by the kinetic energy of imaginary masses connected to it. "This notion, which anticipated the better-known scheme of Heinrich Hertz, could be made analytic by employing a form of Lagrange's equations worked out by Routh. . . . In a series of papers [including this one] . . . Thomson illustrated how to guess at a term in the Lagrangian from a consideration of known phenomena and how, from the term once admitted, to deduce the existence and magnitudes of other effects" (DSB).

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        Un Drame dans une Carafe.

      Dessins par Louis Leloir. Librairie des Bibliophiles, Paris 1882. (8)+LXIV pages + 2 erotic engravings. Bound untrimmed in a contemporary, grey half cloth binding with marbled sidepaper. Leather spine title a bit crackled. A bit of foxing.. Number 10 of just 15 copies printed on »Papier du Japon« (of a total of 500 copies)

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        Australian Orchids

      Richards. Sydney:: Richards.. October 1882, part 7 of the 12 part set. Folio, approx. 15 x 24", of 9 single and 1 double page hand colored lithographic plates of Australian orchids, with corresponding letterpress text. Includes the West Australian spider orchid. Orig. green printed wrappers, cloth spine. Top foredge corner missing, slt. chipped o/w in very good condition. The plates are immaculate.

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