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        Directory of Munster. Comprising the Counties of Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford.

      Cork, Francis Guy, 1886. 15 cm x 22 cm. XXIV, 966 pages including many illustrated advertisements. Original hardcover in protective Mylar. Very good condition with minor signs of external wear. Slight intermittent spotting on interior pages. Some discoloration of page edges and end pages. Slightly scuffed front cover. Slight wear to gilt lettering on cover and spine. Title page partially detached. Volume otherwise clean inside, with solid binding. Very rare in the original binding and with all the beautiful local advertisements of companies in Munster.. Includes the following: Clare: baronies and parishes; parliamentary divisions; fairs and markets; deputy lieutenants / Kerry: electoral divisions; industrial schools / Aghada / Ballinhassig / Burnfort / Glanmire / Reenascreena: principal farmers / Ringaskiddy: trades / Sixmilebridge: gentry and clergy.nn"The book is divided into sections for each of the six counties in the province. Each section provides a history and topography of the area and lists the county's administrative officers, judges, police, lawyers, and court officials. Also included are lists of doctors,teachers and schools, staff working in the county and city establishments, the poor law unions, and the various churches and religious bodies of the area. Additionally, a full postal and trade directory is provided for each village or town in the county. The three provincial cities of Cork, Limerick and Waterford also include the same degree of detailed information." (Findmypast)

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      Paris: A. Quantin, 1880-1886. small 4to. variously bound in original paper wrappers, later cloth, and contemporary half cloth with leather spine labels and marbled paper-covered boards. A large run of this deluxe periodical for bibliophiles was first published by A. Quantin in 1880 and later by Quantin with Octave Uzanne from 1881 to 1889. (Ulrich & Kup p.124.) A spectacular journal letterpress printed with many original prints bound-in. Artists include Jules Adeline, author of Les Arts de Reproduction Vulgarises (1894), as well as others. Some plates are reproduced in color. Filled with illustrations of books, book illustrations, bindings, portraits, and other subjects. Many articles are devoted to the history of printing as well as to contemporary book production. Present are volumes one through three (1881-1883), and volumes five and six (1885-1886). Part one of the first volume is bound in later cloth, part two is unbound and all other volumes are bound in period half cloth with leather spine labels and marbled boards.

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        Des Thomas von Kempen vier Bücher von der Nachfolge Christi;

      B. G. Teubner, 1886 - 288 S., Altdeutsche schrift! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 400 1. Stereotyp-Ausgabe, revidierte Ausgabe mit Luthers Porträt, goldener Seitenrand, Buchdeckel mit etwas Gebrauchsspuren, Ecken und Kanten etwas angestoßen, ansonsten altersentsprechend gutes Exemplar,.

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        MILLENNIAL DAWN, Volume 1: The Plan of the Ages [and] Volume 2: The Time is at Hand [two volumes].

      Tower Publishing: Allegheny, PA 1886-1888 - 2 volumes. 7.5 x 5, embossed cloth, 352pp, 366 pp, covers a bit rubbed and worn, extremities lightly bumped and worn, hinges loose, contents browned, but still a very nice set of this very elusive text. Volume 1 is 135th Thousand. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les mémoires d'un veuf

      First edition, one of 22 numbered copies on Hollande justified by Léon Vanier, the only large paper copies.Elegant half red morocco over marbled paper boards by Semet & Plumelle, spine in six compartments with black fillets, gilt date at foot, marbled endpapers and pastedowns, covers preserved, top edge gilt.Manuscript signature of Paul Verlaine on half title.This copy is enriched with a half page autograph letter of Paul Verlaine addressed to his publisher Léon Vanier : "Mon cher Vanier. J'ai remis dimanche 1 lettre et les épreuves, sous enveloppes pour vous à M. Jules Tellier, 18 avenue des Gobelins, qui a dû mettre ces 2 choses à la poste. Voyez ce qu'il y a à faire, je garde l'épreuve et la corrige dans tous les cas. A jeudi. P.V.A very good copy handsomely bound. Léon Vanier Paris 1886 12,5x19cm relié

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        Le cheval. Texte et Atlas

      Edition originale.bindings de l'éditeur en pleine percaline vert sapin, spine lisses, encadrement d'une frise à la grecque estampée à froid sur les plats, gardes et contreplats de papier bleu.Le volume de texte est illustré de 172 figures dans le texte.Le volume d'atlas est bien complet de ses 16 planches anatomiques coloriées, découpées et superposées ; les 8 annexes se rapportant aux allures du cheval et complétant la planche 6 (un cheval articulé en carton) se trouve dans une poche cartonnée en fin de volume.Les planches de l'atlas se répartissant comme suivant :  -Planche 1: Vue d'ensemble et squelette.-Planche 2: Pied-Planche 3: Alombs-Planche 4 : Dents-Planche 5: Tares des membres-Planche 6 : Allures du cheval-Planche 7 : Tête-Planche 8 : Cou-Planche 9 : Tronc et cavité thoracique-Planche 10 : Tronc et cavité abdominale-Planche 11 : Membre antérieur-Planche 12 : Membre antérieur (face interne)-Planche 13 : Membre postérieur-Planche 14 : Membre postérieur (face interne)-Planches 15 & 16 : Races.Rare et agréable exemplaire sans défaut.  J. - B. Baillière & fils Paris 1886 22,5x29cm 2 volumes en reliures de l'éditeur

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        The Chess Montly

      London: Jas Wade, 1886-1887. iv+380 pages with illustrations, diagrams, tables, and index. Royal octavo (9 3/4" x 6 1/4") bound in half brown leather with gilt lettering to spine and blue marbled boards. From the library of Dino Ruggieri. Volume VIII (8). (Betts: 7-25). First edition.The Chess Monthly of Great Britain was one of the first to give properly annotated games. The principal editor, Leopold Hoffer, was helped enormously by having J H Zukertort as co-editor until his death in 1888. There were four regular sections: news, annotated games, problems and endgames. In addition, Hoffer carried on a profoundly bitter feud with his one-time benefactor, Steinitz. This publication should not be confused with The Chess Monthly published in the United States which was short lived from 1857-1862 and edited by Fiske and Morphy.Dino Ruggieri was born in, Pigüé a small city in the Buenos Aires province, October 22, 1921. His parents were both Italians, natives of Porto D'Ascoli. In their early years in Argentina, the Ruggieri’s family lived in the country, located about 45 miles from Pigüé. The family was engaged in agriculture. When Ruggieri was 8, his father purchased a home in Pigüé, where he lived until 2008. In 1938 he was involved in an accident and he was transferred to Buenos Aires for recovery. This was the beginning of his hobby of chess, both as a player over the board and by correspondence, but as well as a major collector of chess materials. After his recovery he became a prominent local chess player and very good representative in postal chess, where he represented Argentina in matches against Italy, Yugoslavia, Holland and other countries. He was using the correspondence with his rivals to offer exchanges. Ruggieri was related to Mr Niemeijer and soon began exchanging materials and making important purchases. He also had frequent contacts with Gregorio Lastra, Normando Ivaldi, Gaspar Soria and Carlos De Veyga, all known collectors of chess. He died in 2009 at the age of 88.Condition:Corners bumped, Ruggieri's stamp to front end paper, some foxing else a very good copy of a scarce item.

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        O Le Tala I Tino O Tagata Ma Mea Ola Eseese ... A Manual of Zoology... in the Samoan Dialect.

      Chilworth and London: Unwin Brothers, 1886. Octavo, illustrated, presentation note to Jason Spicer tipped in, bookplate of Edward Unwin; original decorated boards. First edition: an uncommon and impressively detailed account of zoology entirely in the "Samoan Dialect". This was a presentation copy from the author, with his note tipped in 'Presented to Jas. Spicer Esq. With grateful acknowledgements of kind sympathy and generous aid Thos. Powell.'Thomas Powell worked for the London Missionary Society in the South Seas, and published several books on Samoan themes. His charming Manual of Zoology, printed almost entirely "in the Samoan dialect", covers the gamut of the animal kingdom, from protozoa such as the amoeba ("amipa"), via the invertebrates, to birds and animals. Powell no doubt faced challenges in finding Samoan terms for many of the creatures described - few Samoans at the time of publication can have seen a St. Bernard dog ("maile a perenata paia") or a rhinoceros ("isu-nifoa aferika"), let alone a duck-billed platypus ("gutu-pato"). This copy belonged to Edward Unwin, one of the Unwin Brothers who printed the book, and had previously been presented to the printer James Spicer by the author, to whom the Unwins were related by marriage. A very good copy.

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        War and Peace

      First American edition, first issues - preceded by the nearly unattainable U.K. Vizetelly English translations. Publisher's uniform decorated brown cloth, boards elaborately tooled and ruled in black, front boards lettered in gilt with gilt-stamped Napoleonic and Russian Imperial crests, spines lettered in gilt; brown-coated endpapers, flyleaves.***** General wear and rubbing particularly to spines and spine ends -moreso on the later volumes, occasional light foxing to fore-edges. Overall a very good, untouched set. ******* This American edition was released in three phases – January, May, and August of 1886, so a complete first issue set is not terribly easy to accumulate. This is a cool addition to the shelf, whether you're a Tolstoy fan or general high spot collector.

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        Da Zeila Alle Frontiere Del Caffa

      Loescher, Torino 1886 - Viaggi d A. C. pubblicati a cura e spese della Societa' Geografica Italiana. Volume I: con una prefazione di S. E. Cesare Correnti, 71 incisioni, 4 tavole e 1 carta. Volume secondo: con 38 incisioni, 2 tavole e 2 carte. Volume terzo: Con 4 tavole e una carta. Tre volumi in 8vo, tela editoriale, pp. XXXIV- 560- 648- 560. Edizione originale, rara. Piccoli difetti agli angoli ma bell'esemplare. Size: 8vo

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        La petite Roque

      First edition. Elegant pastiche Bradel binding by T. Boichot, in marbled paper boards, maroon Russia title-piece to spine, covers and spine (lightly sunned) preserved. Autograph inscription from Guy de Maupassant to the journalist Philippe Jourde.A few small insignificant wormholes. A good copy in a pretty pastiche binding. % Victor-Havard Paris 1886 12x19cm relié

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        Kidnapped: Being Memoirs of the Adventures of David Balfour in the Year 1751. Together with Catriona, A Sequel.

      London: Cassell and Company, Limited, 1886, 1893. FIRST EDITION. FIRST ISSUE of Kidnapped (no issue points for Catriona) Bound in publisher's green and blue cloths, titled in gilt to spine. The first volume with owner's inscription to half title, binding shaken within case, cloth soiled. Second volume edgeworn with some spine lean. Essentially a used pair showing general handling and wear, some dustiness etc., but still presentable and housed in a custom-made slip-case. A serviceable example. Prideaux; A Bibliography of the Works of Robert Louis Stevenson (1917). [Item 18]. Grolier Club Exhibition Catalogue [79].

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        Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

      London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1886. FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp.141; [1], blank. Bound without the advertisement in half dark blue calf with raised bands, marbled sides, edges and endpapers and red title label to spine.One or two tiny marks within; externally a little rubbed. Very good indeed. The classic mystery crime novel/ horror story (or Crawler as Stevenson called it), inspired by the case of the Edinburgh body snatchers Burke and Hare, was written in just three days, although it was shelved by the author for three years as he considered it too disturbing for publication. Jekyll and Hyde is a chilling masterpiece work; a brilliantly suggestive, resonant study of human duality by a natural storyteller.

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        Amateurs et Salles d'Armes de Paris.

      - Paris, C. Marpon & E. Flammarion, sd [1886]. In-8, 342p. Edition originale, un des 25 exemplaires sur japon, n°28, seul tirage avec 10 chine. Ouvrage illustré par Georges Genilloud : couverture, frontispice et 7 planches hors-texte, ainsi que les bandeaux, en-tête, et culs-de-lampe. L'auteur donne ici une liste des escrimeurs de l'époque et donne ainsi une bonne vision de l'escrime. Reliure demi-maroquin vert foncé à coins, dos à nerfs orné, tête dorée, première couverture conservée (découpée et contrecollée), non rogné. Dos légèrement insolé. Très bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Louis Agassiz His Life and Correspondence.

      8vo. 2 vols. Original blue cloth, gilt lettering to spines; pp. xi, 400, [8, pubs. list of works by Agassiz] & ix, 401-794, [6, pubs. list of works by Agassiz], 8 plates, frontispiece in each volume; near fine. Provenance: presentation copy, inscribed to front blank of each volume to Sara P. Lowell Blake from Mrs Agassiz, and with her calling card pasted at front of vol. I with the message ?My dear Sally - I have wished to bring these vols. to you myself - I leave them with a great deal of love from your old friend, and am so sorry dear not to see you & to hear that you are ill, Your loving E.C.A.? Sara Putnam Lowell Blake was the daughter of John Amory Lowell, the founder of the Lowell Institute where Louis Agassiz was a celebrated guest lecturer. It was probably at the Institute that Eliza first met Sally. Second edition. A biography of the naturalist and geologist Louis Agassiz (1807-1873) by his second wife. Elizabeth Agassiz accompanied her husband on his visit to Europe in 1859, and also on his expeditions to Brazil (1865-6) and to the Strait of Magellan (1871-2). Her biography first appeared in 1885, and presentation copies of any edition are uncommon. Agassiz's views are expressed trenchantly throughout, not least his opinion of Darwinism: "My recent studies have made more adverse than ever to the new scientific doctrines which are flourishing now in England... I trust to outlive this mania also" (p. 647).

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        Typed letter signed to musicologist Henry Prunières....

      1 page. Quarto. Dated Le Belvédère, Montfort L'Amaury (S. & O.), June 6, [19]24. Typed in blue ink on personal letterhead with embossed initials and address of the composer at head. One amendation and composer's signature in black ink. In French (with translation). Ravel mentions no fewer than three of his works in this letter: L'enfant et les sortilèges; the Sonata for Piano and Violin; and the original piano-vocal version of the song, Ronsard à son Âme. Ravel and his dedicatee, the lyric soprano Marcelle Gerar, are dismayed because the song, which was to be published in Prunières's journal, La Revue musicale, lacks its dedication. "From now until the first months of next year, I must finish: 1. a lyric work which is hardly begun [L'enfant... ]. 2. the Sonata for Piano and Violin, which is only half-finished. I'm not budging anymore for the whole year, and I must forget America." Creased at folds and somewhat overall; occasional light staining; two small rust holes to upper portion from early pin; signature slightly faded. Henry Prunieres (1886-1942) was a French musicologist who founded and directed the monthly periodical La Revue musicale from 1921 until 1939. Ravel composed Ronsard à son Âme for a special issue of the Revue celebrating the 400th anniversary of Pierre de Ronsard's birth in 1924. Marcelle Gerar (a.k.a. Marcelle Regerau) and Ravel premiered the song at Aeolian Hall in London in 1924; Ravel orchestrated it in 1935. As this and other letters attest, Ravel "worked unremittingly" on L'enfant et les sortilèges "throughout 1924 and the early months of 1925, and it was ready just in time for the première," in Monte Carlo on March 21, 1925. "(Five days before, he was writing to Colette [the librettist], asking her for words to fit a few recently composed bars.) The work was conducted by Victor de Sabata, with ballet sequences by the young [George] Balanchine." Roger Nichols in Grove Music Online. Although begun in 1923, the Sonata no. 2 in G major for Violin and Piano was not completed until 1927. "The writing continues the tradition of the Sonata for Violin and Cello, with considerable independence of the parts, a sparse texture, and some bitonal passages. The blues movement marks the composer's second adaptation of jazz, and the virtuoso perpetuum mobile continues in the tradition of Tzigane. As customary, the work is tightly organized, with material from the first and second movements recurring in the finale." Orenstein: Ravel Man and Musician, p. 198....

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        Dapes inemptae, of de Moufe-schans, dat is, de soeticheydt des buyten-levens, vergheselschapt met de boucken. Afgedeelt in X gangen. Nieuwe editie.Leiden, Daniel Roels (colophon: printed by Joris Abrahamsz van der Marsce), 1621. 8vo. With woodcut view of a country-house on title-page. Contemporary overlapping vellum, modern endpapers.

      - J.G. Frederiks, "Petrus Hondius", in: TNTL VI (1886), pp. 103-159; Simoni H-168; Waller 826; cf. Dash, Tulipomania (1999). Much expanded second, and the first authorized, edition of a long Dutch poem celebrating life on the country house Moffenschans (literally "Trenches of the Krauts"). It's the second known Dutch poem in the genre known as "hofdicht" (country house poetry) and particularly interesting because of its autobiographical character. The author, Pertus Hondius, appears to be a permanent guest in the house owned by Terneuzen's mayor Johan Serlippens, as he had brought his own library and helped shaping the renowned garden. The poem is divided into ten parts: staring with a comparison between city and country, followed by descriptions of the country house, the flower-garden, the kitchen-garden and the garden of medical herbs, a chapter on dining and cookery and four parts on different exercises and activities.Hondius is known for growing tulips and his enthusiasm is reflected in verses celebrating their beauty. He even hints at the upcoming tulip craze: "All these fools want is tulip bulbs | Heads and hearts have but one wish | Let's try and eat them; it will make us laugh | to taste how bitter is that dish" (translation by Dash). After Terneuzen was liberated from the Spaniards in 1583 by Maurice of Nassau, he had his German brother in law, Philips van Hohenlohe, built fortifications around the city, including an entrenchment just outside the city walls, which became known as the Moffenschans (literally "Trenches of the Krauts"). After the German troops had left, the ground was bought by Terneuzen's mayor Serlippens, who built a country house and garden, maintaining its original name.Title-page slightly soiled and a few spots and minor wormholes. Four of five sewing supports broken and the bookblock almost completely separated from the binding between the first and second leaf. Still a very good copy.

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        Strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

      London: Longmans, Green, and Co. 1886. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo (172 x 115 mm). [8], 141, [1], [2] pp., including half-title and advert leaf. Red morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe (binder's stamp to rear doublures), with gilt tooling to covers showing a gilt portrait of Dr. Jekyll on the front board and Mr. Hyde on the rear board, spine banded in 6 compartments with gilt lettering and tooling, all edges gilt. Custom-made quarter morocco slipcase. Internally near fine, a couple of small ink marks to pp. 56-7, ownership signature dated 1886 to half-title, some very slight rubbing to covers. ----Prideaux, 17; Beinecke 346; Lilly 21; McKay 348. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is the original title of a novella written by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson that was first published in 1886. The work is commonly known today as The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, or simply Jekyll & Hyde. It is about a London lawyer named Gabriel John Utterson who investigates strange occurrences between his old friend, Dr. Henry Jekyll, and the evil Edward Hyde. The work is commonly associated with the rare mental condition often called "split personality", referred to in psychiatry as dissociative identity disorder, where within the same body there exists more than one distinct personality. In this case, there are two personalities within Dr. Jekyll, one apparently good and the other evil. The novella's impact is such that it has become a part of the language, with the very phrase "Jekyll and Hyde" coming to mean a person who is vastly different in moral character from one situation to the next. Stevenson had long been intrigued by the idea of how personalities can affect a human and how to incorporate the interplay of good and evil into a story. While still a teenager, he developed a script for a play about Deacon Brodie, which he later reworked with the help of W. E. Henley and which was produced for the first time in 1882. In early 1884 he wrote the short story Markheim, which he revised in 1884 for publication in a Christmas annual. One night in late September or early October 1885, possibly while he was still revising Markheim, Stevenson had a dream, and upon wakening had the intuition for two or three scenes that would appear in the story. Biographer Graham Balfour quoted Stevenson's wife Fanny Stevenson: "Louis Vivet, a mental patient who was suffering from split-personality disorder, caught Stevenson's inspiration while developing the story. As was customary, Mrs Stevenson would read the draft and offer her criticisms in the margins. Louis was confined to bed at the time from a haemorrhage. Therefore, she left her comments with the manuscript and Louis in the toilet. She said that in effect the story was really an allegory, but Louis was writing it as a story. After a while Louis called her back into the bedroom and pointed to a pile of ashes: he had burnt the manuscript in fear that he would try to salvage it, and in the process forced himself to start again from nothing, writing an allegorical story as she had suggested. Scholars debate whether he really burnt his manuscript; there is no direct factual evidence for the burning, but it remains an integral part of the history of the novella. Stevenson re-wrote the story in three to six days. A number of later biographers have alleged that Stevenson was on drugs during the frantic re-write; for example, William Gray's revisionist history A Literary Life (2004) said he used cocaine, while other biographers said he used ergot. However, the standard history, according to the accounts of his wife and son (and himself), says he was bed-ridden and sick while writing it. According to Osbourne, "The mere physical feat was tremendous and, instead of harming him, it roused and cheered him inexpressibly". He continued to refine the work for four to six weeks after the initial re-write. The novella was written in the southern English sea side town of Bournemouth, where Stevenson had m. Near Fine.

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        Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

      London: Longman, Green, and Co., 1886. 8vo., [8], 141, [1 blank], [1 ads], [1 blank] pp. Original red and blue printed wrappers with the original date of 1885 altered to 1886 [by the printer]. Ads for Longman’s Magazine on inner front wrapper, ads for G.J. Whyte Melville’s works on inner rear wrapper, and ads for The Dynamiter &c. &c. on rear wrapper. Red slipcase. Upper wrapper has completely detached, the wrappers and endpapers on both sides has been stained with red ink and water, edges are blackened, internally bright; good. First English edition. Published on January 9, 1886, four days after the American edition. Longmans had planned to publish earlier but feared it would get lost in the Christmas stalls, this is evident on the original wrapper where the date has been corrected. The first draft of Stevenson’s classic Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was written by after a feverish nightmare. When his wife Fanny wasn’t happy with the story, Stevenson cast it into the fire and rewrote it. Beinecke 349.

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        Der vierte Kongress des Deutschen Schachbundes. Hamburg 1885

      Leipzig: Verlag von Veit & Co, 1886. [ii]+256 pages with diagrams and tables. Octavo (8 1/4" x 5 1/2") bound in original wrappers. (Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana:5220) First edition.The fourth meeting of the Deutschen Schachkongresse took place in Hamburg in 1885. It was the fourth master's tournament (Deutschen Schachbund) organized since its inception six year's previously at Leipzig in 1879. As in the previous three editions, the round robin tournament was an international event, pitting German masters against the best of Europe at the time. Germany was represented by its usual field of strong masters, including Wilfried Paulsen, Max Bier, Hermann Von Gottschall, Johannes Von Minckwitz, Fritz Reimann, Emil Schallopp, Arnold Schottlaender, and Siegbert Tarrasch who had won his spot by winning the 1883 Nuremberg Hauptturnier master title. The German masters were joined from Great Britain by Joseph Henry Blackburne, who was the winner of the second Deutschen Schachbund at Berlin in 1881, Henry Edward Bird, Isidor Gunsberg, George Henry Mackenzie, and James Mason. Berthold Englisch, the winner of the first Deutschen Schachbund in Leipzig 1879, along with Johann Nepomuk Berger and Max Weiss came from Austra. Josef Noa travelled from Hungary, and Jean Taubenhaus came from Poland. The eighteen assembled chess masters participated in the single strongest international event of 1885. In spite of the presence of such strong competition, Isidor Gunsberg surprisingly took clear first place with 12 points out of 17 games. Five other players, all of them sure bets at the start of the tournament to win, tied for second place half a point behind Gunsberg. Gunsberg would go on to have impressive results in the latter half of the 1880s, including winning matches against Blackburne and Bird, before challenging Wilhelm Steinitz for the world championship in 1890. Although he would not win the world crown, Gunsberg proved himself here and later that he was one of the best chess players in the world in the 19th century.Condition:Spine chipped away, wrappers soiled with edge wear and a 1" by 1/2" chip at back edge, some pages still unopened. A good copy a scarce item in original wrappers.

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        L'ÎLE MYSTÉRIEUSE. Illustrée de 154 dessins par Férat, gravés par Barbant.

      1886 - Paris, J. Hetzel, [1876-1877]. Grand in-8 (195 X 278 mm) percaline verte de l'éditeur ornée de fers spéciaux, type 2 « à la bannière », dos à caissons dorés, second plat type Lenègre « b », tranches dorées, gardes bleu ciel (LENÈGRE REL.) ; (2) ff. de faux-titre (avec frontispice au verso) et titre illustré d'une vignette avec portrait de Jules Verne au verso, 616 pages. Rousseurs aux pages 561 à 568 et aux deux derniers feuillets de la table des matières. ÉDITION grand in-8 illustrée avec décor «à la bannière » de couleur violet prismatique sur fond vert. Il s'agit du «type 2 », aux plats minces, avec la mention «Collection J. Hetzel » au bas de la bannière, dans la moitié inférieure de laquelle on distingue un vol d'oiseaux, ornementation qui n'a été utilisée que pour "L'Île Mystérieuse". Cette édition comporte 154 ILLUSTRATIONS dessinées par férat et gravées par Barbant : 1 frontispice, 1 vignette de titre, 1 portrait de l'auteur (dessiné par Bertrand et gravé par Dumont), 8 gravures en tête de chapitres, 142 gravures dans le texte et 1 carte de l'île Lincoln. (Jauzac, 201). BEL EXEMPLAIRE, au cartonnage en parfait état et avec un alliage de couleurs RARE, aux tranches lisses et au corps d'ouvrage pratiquement sans rousseurs. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Christmas Books. Being; A Christmas Carol, The Chimes, The Cricket on the Hearth, The Battle of Life and The Haunted Man.

      London: Chapman and Hall 1886-7. 5 volumes, small octavo. Illustrated with engravings by Sir Edwin Landseer, Maclise, Stanfield, F. Stone, Doyle, Leech and Tenniel. Publisher's decorative red cloth with gilt decoration, in the style of the original bindings. These are the first printings of this new edition, taken from the stereotype plates of the original edition, with a statement to that effect in each volume. A lovely fine set with uniform sunning to spines, housed in a custom-made morocco-spined leather clamshell case. A most attractive presentation of an important printing. Eckell [110]. Bleiler; Checklist of Fantastic Literature [254].

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        Croquis parisiens

      Léon Vanier. Second edition, first in parts, printed in 539 copies, this one of 500 copies on paper from the Périgord works. Handsome autograph inscription signed by Joris-Karl Huysmans to (Edouard) Dujardin. With a frontispiece portrait of the author. One small tear without lack to head of one joint, upper cover partially faded, one small marginal lack not touching text to page 23, otherwise internally good. Léon Vanier Paris 1886 9,5x19,5cm broché

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        Dames et demoiselles

      Charpentier. First edition on ordinary paper, marked advance (service de presse) copy at foot of title. Contemporary half dark blue sheep, spine a little rubbed, covers preserved. Handsome autograph inscription signed by Théodore de Banville to Edmond de Goncourt.With a frontispiece drawing by G. Rochegrosse on China paper. Charpentier Paris 1886 12x19cm relié

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        La photographie - Traité théorique et pratique

      Gauthier-Villars. Rare first edition.Binders to open bradel made paper, as exhibits black morocco, modern bindings signed Goy & Vilaine.Our copy contains many photographs from the four on strong paper frontispiece and two in a fold.Book illustrated with many figures in-black text and color spectrum.Some foxing mainly affecting the top and bottom sheets of each volume.Copy pleasantly established. Gauthier-Villars Paris 1886-1888 16,5x24cm 2 volumes reliés

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        Les cantilènes

      Léon Vanier. First edition on current paper, it has been printed in Holland paper 12 leading copies. Bound in full burgundy morocco Jansenist back on four bands, triple gilt frames on the guards, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, blankets and worn spine preserved, all golden, elegant binding signed Georges Crette slices. Autograph signed by the author composer and music teacher Gaston Vallin. Provenance: Library Simonson Raoul and Jean Lebrun with their bookplate pasted on the back of the first flat binding. Beautiful copy well established. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Léon Vanier Paris 1886 12x19cm relié

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        La fin de satan

      Jules Hetzel & Cie & A. Quantin. Edition.Bound in half red morocco, back with five nerves set with black nets, golden tail date marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, preserved covers, light heads snags cuts, gilded head.Pleasant copy free of freckles and elegantly prepared. Jules Hetzel & Cie & A. Quantin Paris 1886 15,5x24cm relié

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        Les aventures de Huck Finn. L'ami de Tom Sawyer

      A. Hennuyer. Original French edition, rare, illustrated with numerous woodcuts in-text. Translation by William Hughes.Binding half period sheepskin burgundy. Back with nerves decorated with five florets. "Lycée Montaigne" tail. Friction. Covers illustrated creams retained. A. Hennuyer Paris 1886 [S.d] Pet. in-4 (18,5x23,5cm) relié

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        Treacher's New Map of Sussex From the New Ordnance Survey Revised to Date Showing the New Parliamentary Divisions, Boroughs, Parishes, Railways, Stations etc.

      H & C Treacher, 1886 - Large-scale map of Sussex Lithographed map with original colour, backed on linen, folding into original green cloth cover with gilt lettering and blind stamping A map of Sussex produced from Ordnance Survey one inch sheets, which were joined together and laid on lithographic stones. It is possible in parts to see the joins of the sheets; for example, the town of St Anne near Lewes reads as St An-nne. The publishers Edward Stanford complained to the Stationary Office in 1886 of "a very flagrant case of piracy. The new 1-inch map of Sussex had been reproduced on the same scale by photolithography, and was being sold, in Brighton and elsewhere, at about half the price of the real Ordnance map"; it is quite possible that this was the map in question. Stanford was the agent for the Ordnance Survey at the time. This is the second edition, published by H & C Treacher. At the upper edge are three town plans of Tunbridge Wells, Brighton and Hove, and Hastings and St Leonards. At the lower right corner is an inset map continuing the map to the east along Rye Bay.The map is compiled from sheets 300-304, 316-320, and 331-334, all published between 1876 and 1882. The inset map is from sheet 321, published in 1880.The firm of H & C Treacher was originally founded in Brighton in 1858 by brothers Harry and Charles Treacher, and developed into a highly successful local booksellers, printers and stationers. By the time this map was printed, Harry's place had been taken by his nephew Henry Moreton, although the business continued under the same name. 1080 by 1890mm. (42.5 by 74.5 inches). Kingsley, Printed Maps of Sussex, 143 A (ii); BL C.22.c.18

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        Le Scapin. Deuxième série du Tome 1er du N°1 au N°4 de la 2ème série

      Le Scapin. First edition. Contributions from P. Verlaine, S. Mallarmé, Rachilde, S. Merrill, L. Cladel, J. Lorrain, M. de Faramond, H. Fouquier, L. Tailhade, R. Ghil, J. Renard P. Morisse, A. Vallette, among others.Soiled copy, covers and spine laid down and reinforced. Exceedingly rare. Le Scapin Paris 1er Septembre-1er Novembre1886 12,5x19cm broché

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        The Larvae of the British Butterflies and Moths

      London: Ray Society, 1886-1901. 9 vols, 164 colour plates. Hardback. Orig. cloth, gilt, teg. A few spines faded; vol. 9 with tear to head of spine, a few others with minor wear. Some with ownership markings/book-plates to endpapers. Vg set. The work was published posthumously, with vols 1-5 edited by H.T. Stainton and following his death, vols 6-9 by G.T. Porritt. 105 plates are hand-coloured (vols 1-6), the remainder chromolithographs (colour printed) (vols 7-9). Scarce as a complete set.[Nissen ZBI: 657].

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        La Exposición: Órgano Oficial de la Exposición Universal de Barcelona en 1888. No. 1 (27 August 1886) through Nos. 72-75 (30 September 1889) (all published)

      A complete run of the official journal of the Barcelona Universal Exposition, each issue approx. 16 pp., under the editorial direction of Salvador Carrera, containing updates on the construction of the pavilions and other structures, notices, and approximately five pages of advertisements per issue. Profusely illustrated throughout with sketches of buildings, plans, maps, portraits of important figures, and other illustrations, including several full-color plates. Foxing throughout, some within images. Folio. Half leather with gold-decorated raised spine, original issues bound in. Some wear along spine and to corners. Barcelona (Oficinas de la Exposición Universal) 1886-1889. The Universal Exposition of Barcelona took place in the Parc de la Ciutadella from April 9 to December 9, 1888, with the participation of 22 different nations. It resulted in some of the first Modernist works in the city, including the café Castell dels Tres Dragons in the Parc, designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner. On account of the Exposition, the entire district of La Ribera was rehabilitated, and infrastructures throughout the city were improved. The initial idea to hold an Exposition in Barcelona came from the businessman Eugenio Serrano de Casanova, but soon required the assistance of the mayor of Barcelona, Francisco de Paula Rius y Taulet, together with an organizing committee of 7 others. La Exposición was published as the official newspaper of the organizing committee, beginning publication two years before the Exposition. As of February 2017, WorldCat locates five holdings in North American institutions.

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        The Inaugural Address

      London - Privately Printed, 1886 Book. VERY GOOD INDEED. Hardcover. Three volumes of interesting work on and by Percy Bysshe Shelley. All three volumes were privately printed and are from a limited print run so are therefore very scarce. Bound as one volume. The Inaugural Addressis one of twenty-five copies printed, Lines of The Inaugural Meeting is one of thirty copies and Prologue to Hellas is one of twenty copies printed. Illustrated portraitfrontispiece to Prologue to Hellas. Direct from the library of the late Hugh Selbourne MD (1906-1973) a noted book collector and diarist. In a G Winstanley, Manchester binding as indicated from binder's stamp to bottom of front pastedown. Fleur de Lis watermark of Van Gelder to The Inaugural Address,most visible to page 15. Van Gelder name watermark visible to Lines alongside a watermark of a manstood ona ball holdingpossibly a club or a scythe. Visible to most pages. Whatman1884 watermark to Prologue to Hellas most visible to bottom offinal two pages. Withtwo newspaper clippings on Rev. Stopford A Brooke, the speaker/writer of The Inaugural Address loosely inserted to front endpapers. Inkgift inscriptions written from Thomas J Wise, editorof the final volumebound in this book, Prologue to Hellas. Condition: In a half calf G Winstantleybinding. Externally, verysmart. Light rubbing to joints and to extremities. Gift inscription to recto of edition page to Lines and to verso of half title page to Prologue,'To J C Abbott, Esq with TJ Wise's Comps' and 'To J C Abbott Esq with kindest regards from Tho J Wise'. Both inscriptions are dated 1886. Some offsetting from newspaper clippings loosely inserted to front endpapers. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED..

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        Lecture, écriture et orthographe usuelle enseignées simultanément. Premiers exercices disposés en livre-tableau. Méthode de lecture basée sur le jeu des organes vocaux.

      Paris, Procure générale des Frères, 1886. ____ Monumental livre utilisé pour enseigner la lecture et l'écriture. Il est illustré par 25 photoglypties collées d'un enfant articulant une lettre ou une syllabe (de format 12,5 x 9,5 cm environ) . Les photographies représentent " l'aspect du visage au moment de l'articulation d'une lettre. Cette vue frappe les yeux de l'enfant et lui rend le son comme premanent." Le volume est monté sur une tige en bois qui permettait de le suspendre verticalement dans une salle de classe. Très rare. Aucun exemplaire dans OCLC. Tout l'ouvrage a été imprimé à Tours par Juliot sur des pages cartonnées. Il est mentionné sur la couverture que l'auteur est un "F. J." Des pages salies, mais assez bel exemplaire. ***** This very large book is illustrated by 25 photoglypties (woodburytypes), showing a child articulating a letter or a syllable. It is a teach-book for class-room, used to teach reading and writing. It seems precursor of the work of Georges Demeny, assistant of Jules Marey and pioneer in the invention of cinema. Georges Demeny in 1892 produced a series of chronophotographic images of his own face. He mouthed the phrase "Je vous aime". This famous series of pictures was projected, by means of a phenakistoscope, to a hearing-impaired audience, who successfully read Demeny's lips. He eventually sold the rights to his patents to Louis Gaumont. Demeny was one of the most important pioneers in the invention of cinema, bridging the gap from chronophotography to cinema. No copy in OCLC. In-plano. [640 x 510 mm] Collation : (34) pp. Cartonnage imprimé bleu de l'éditeur.

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        En Orient. Récits et notes d'un voyage en Palestine et en Syrie par l'Egypte et le Sinaï.

      Paris, Libr. catholique de l'oeuvre de Saint-Paul, 1886. ____ Première édition. Illustré par 150 planches photographiques et 14 cartes hors-texte. L'abbé Antoine Raboisson avait comme but de relever le cours du Jourdain. Son voyage se déroula comme suit : Marseille, Alexandrie, Philae, Al-Fayoum, Suez, le Sinaï, la Palestine, Bethléem, Mar-Saba, la mer Morte, Jéricho, Jérusalem, le lac de Tibériade, Damas, Baalbek, Beyrouth. Ce récit de voyage d'un érudit est illustré par ses propres photographies, reproduites ici en teinte sépia. Bel exemplaire.***** First edition. Illustrated by 150 photographic plates, printed in sepia and 14 maps. Very good copy. 2 volumes in-folio. [348 x 268 mm] Collation : (6), 318, (2) pp., 75 pl., 9 cartes. / (4), 354, (2) pp., 75 pl., 5 cartes. Demi-chagrin bordeaux à coins, tête dorée, dos à nerfs. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Oeuvres. Edition conforme aux derniers textes revus par l'auteur. Une notice et un glossaire par Pierre Jannet. Illustrations de A. ROBIDA.

      Librairie Illustrée, 1885 1886 - 2 volumes in-4, demi-chagrin rouge, dos à nerfs, fleurons, VIII- 494- 484 pp. 49 planches hors-texte en deux tons ou en couleurs, nombreux dessins dans le texte. Bel exemplaire. in-4° [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London: Macmillan & Co, 1886. Hard Cover. Very Good. Small Octavo. 80th thousand. Forty-two illustrations by John Tenniel. Bound in original red pictorial gilt cloth depicting Alice holding a pig with triple gilt circle frame; rear board depicts the Cheshire cat within triple gilt circle frame; both board edges triple ruled in gilt, spine and all edges gilt; a couple of signatures sprung a bit. Light wear at extremities. Page 171 has small hole to outer margin not affecting text. A few spots to covers. In all, a very good copy.

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      New York: Thomas J. Crowell & Co. 1886. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Poor in boards. Toning to pages. Scuffing to page edges. Scuffing to panels. Loose spine. Open tears and chips to crown and heel. Title page and copyright page missing. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

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        System des heutigen Pandektenrechts

      Hermann Bohlau, 1886. in-8 2 voll Ottimo stato generale di conservazione, tagli marmorizzati

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        Victor Hugo's Novels: 13 Volumes (Les Miserables Vols I-V, Ninety-Three Vols I & II, Notre Dame Vols I & II, The Man Who Laughs Vols I & II and Toilers of the Sea Vols I & II)

      George Routledge & Sons, London 1886 - Limited edition set (No. 177 of 250). Navy blue cloth boards with gilt titles to fronts and spines and no inscriptions. Minor use only with top edges rough cut and inside pages clean and tight. Illustrated in b/w from designs by De Neuville, Bayard, Morin, Valnay & other eminent French artists (18 x 25cm) ***Heavy - Please contact bookseller directly for revised P&P costs*** [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Social Problems

      New York: Henry George, 1886. Early printing. 342, 8 [ad] pp. 8vo. Publisher's brown cloth, spine lettered in gilt, covers ruled and stamped in blind. A very good copy with some pages partially adhering, a few closed marginal tears, some rubbing and minor wear to binding. Early printing. 342, 8 [ad] pp. 8vo. Inscribed to a future critic. Inscribed on the first blank: "To M.W. Meagher with the compliments of Henry George. Nov./86." An early printing of this work by the influential 19th century labor reformer, economist, and advocate of a blend of socialism and free trade that found a popular audience among progressives at the end of the 19th century. Three years later the inscribee, Michael William Meagher, would publish a scathing attack on George's ideas, titled "Alluring Absurdities: Fallacies of Henry George." In the present copy Meagher has marked a few dozen passages throughout with pencil lines in the margins, and beside a footnote on p 285, in which George clarifies his use of the term "ground rent," Meagher exclaims "What pedantry!" Meagher was a delegate to the Irish National League of America at its 1884 convention, and the founder of the National Debating Association at Cooper Union in New York. His critique of George received favorable reviews on its publication."By means of his vigorous oratorical style and his direct and simple writing, George had popularized a doctrine that combined trenchant criticism of inequality in modern society with celebration of the potential contribution of technological development and individual endeavor to the social welfare. His ideas had powerful, if divergent, meanings for urban workers, Irish rural laborers, political foes of Britain's landed gentry, Catholic and Protestant preachers of a social gospel, women residing in New York's slums, businessmen aspiring to lift taxes from their own enterprises, and literary enthusiasts of global free trade. Adherents of the Single Tax remedy for urban squalor were to appear frequently in the ranks of reformers during the Progressive Era and beyond" (ANB).

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        Also sprach Zarathustra. Ein Buch für Alle und Keinen. In drei Theilen.

      Leipzig, Fritzsch, (1886) - [text recte 1883-84]. Lex 8vo. Very nice a bit later brown half calf with gilt spine. First and last leaf a bit browned and a bit of light brownspotting to the corner of the first leaves. Otherwise very nice and clean. A fine, fresh copy. 114; (4), 103, (1); (4), 119, (1) pp. First edition, title-issue, of Nietzsche's main work, in which the concept of the "Superman" (or "Overman") in introduced. This is actually the first printings of these three parts, but the many remainders were sold and issued with a new title-page (with no year, but 1886). Only 45 copies of the exceedingly scarce privately printed fourth part were issued, the first trade edition of which is from 1892."These books present several historical problems but none more confusing than their publication dates. It is difficult to determine when - and in some cases, if - the books were ever released for public sale..." (Schaberg, p. 88). It is difficult to overestimate the impact of Nietzsche's magnum opus. With this work he realizes his ideal of the poet-philosopher. It is, at the same time, a towering literary achievement and the most profound inquiry in the key notions of his philosophy (the Superman, the eternal return of the same).Schaberg: 45.

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        Zeitschrift für Fleischbeschau und Fleischproduction sowie für verwandte Wissensgebiete, Band 1-8 ( 1885-1893 ) ( ab 1888 unter dem Titel \" Zeitschrift für animalische Nahrungsmittelkunde \" erschienen)

      Gutsch; Verlag des Archivs für animalische Nahrungsmittelkunde Karlsruhe, Köln, Wiesbaden 1886 ( Erscheinungszeitraum 1886 - 1893 ) Geschlossene Folge der ersten 8 Bände dieser seltenen Zeitschrift: Vorhanden sind die Bände 1885/1886 mit V, 160 Seiten - 1886/1887 mit IV, 148 Seiten - 1887/1888 mit IV, 140 Seiten - 1888/1889 mit III, 152 Seiten - 1889/1890 mit IV, 140 Seiten - 1890/1891 mit 2 n.n.Blätter, 168 Seiten - 1891/1892 mit IV, 144 Seiten - 1892/1893 mit IV, 152 Seiten. Einige Bände mit wenigen Abbildungen bzw. Tafeln. Jeweils in InterimsBroschur bzw. schlichtem Pappband der Zeit, Groß8°. Die Broschuren bzw. Pappbände von schlechter Erhaltung, beschädigt, fleckig, Bindung teils defekt. Innen Bibliotheksstempel und -vermerke, einige Seiten fleckig bzw. mit Randnotizen oder Anstreichungen ( teils auch in Buntstift ), einige Seiten gering beschädigt bzw. angeknickt. Papier teils stärker gebräunt. ( Gesamtgewicht 2500 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) Versand D: 5,00 EUR Fleischbeschau, Fleisch, Fleischproduktion, Schlachthof, Schlachtung, Schlachter, Nahrung, Ernährung

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