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        The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

      London,: John Murray, 1887.. Eight volumes, octavo, first volume with portrait frontispiece, 14 maps (12 folding, 5 coloured), untrimmed, a bright copy; very good, in three quarter brown morocco, spine with raised bands, gilt. A very good copy of Edward Gibbon's (1737-1794) important history of the Roman Empire first published in 1776. The first volume includes a portrait frontispiece of Gibbon by Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792), the influential English painter, one of the founders and first President of the Royal Academy. Reynolds is recognised for his grand portraits.With notes by Dean Milman and M. Guizot and additional notes by William Smith.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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      New York; Rochester. 1887, 1887, 1887, 1902, 1922, 1922.. Six volumes, with sixty-six plates. Large octavo. Original burgundy publisher's cloth, stamped in blind and gilt. Bindings shelfworn and rubbed, but firmly bound and in nice condition. Very clean and fresh internally. Overall, a very good set. The fourth volume of this set is inscribed by Susan B. Anthony, "Mrs. Mary L. Doe Bay City Michigan In recognition of the aid you gave Mrs. Harper in the preparation of the Michigan Chapter. I give you this huge volume, and also I want to extend to you my thanks for all the good service you have tendered the cause of woman suffrage in your state. Sincerely yours, Susan B. Anthony 17 Madison Street, Rochester, N.Y. 1820 - Feb. 15 - 1902." Mary L. Doe played a prominent role in the woman suffrage movement in Michigan, and was the first president of Michigan's State Equal Suffrage Association, elected in 1884. She was also affiliated with the American Federation of Labor. This volume has also been inscribed (on the leaf following the Susan B. Anthony inscription), by another leader of the woman suffrage movement in Michigan, May Stocking Knaggs. Knaggs inscribed the volume on April 15, 1916 to Mrs. Lillian O. Jemison, "With in deep appreciation of her sincere devotion to woman suffrage and the noble women have laid the foundation stones and superstructure as far toward the capstone." A note at the foot of the first page of the Michigan chapter notes that the history of woman suffrage in Michigan contained herein was in fact written by Mary L. Doe and May Stocking Knaggs. A key work, a record of the various documents that formed the basis of the women's rights movement. The first and second volumes are present in the second edition, while all others are first editions. This work was published over an extended period, accounting for the similar but not uniform bindings, with varying imprints: Volumes I through IV, Rochester, N.Y., Susan B. Anthony; and Volumes V-VI, [New York], National American Woman Suffrage Association. Edited by Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Matilda Joslyn Gage, and Ida Husted Harper, this six-volume set includes the two later supplementary volumes, printed in 1922, following the three-volume first edition, originally published between 1881 and 1887, and the first supplement of 1902. Because of the extended and varied means of publication, complete sets are rare, and generally ex- library. The present set is notable for not being ex- library. The volumes document the speeches, papers, correspondence, and other records of the women's rights movement, and to some degree the temperance and abolition movements as well. The first four volumes include documents from the 19th century, as follow: Volume 1: 1848-61; Volume 2: 1861-76; Volume 3: 1876-85; Volume 4: 1883-1900; with the fifth and sixth volumes covering the period from 1900 to 1920. The introduction to the fourth volume describes the first three volumes as representing "the seed- sowing time of the movement," while the fourth volume captures the harvesting of the first few fruits of that "long period of persistent tilling and sowing." The titlepages of the fifth and sixth volumes bear the motto: "After seventy years came the victory." The set is illustrated with copper- plate, steel-engraved, and photogravure portraits of prominent and lesser known figures in the fight for women's rights. ALLIBONE, CRITICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE 1378.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1887 Extra Illustrated Victoria Edition in Two Volumes. Original green gilt stamped cloth. Limited edition of 2000 copies of which 500 copies with proofs on india paper. Fine original cloth with the most minor wear and very light scattered foxing. A beautiful, fine set bound in original publisher's cloth. With Illustrations by R. Seymour, R. W. Buss, Hablot K. Browne, Phiz and J. Leech.. Hardcover. Fine.

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        THE POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB. With Illustrations by R. Seymour; R. W. Buss; Hablot K. Browne (Phiz); and J. Leech

      J. S. Virtue & Co, Limited. London. ND.,1887. LIMITED EDITION. Two Volumes. Large 8vo. (9.4 x 6.6 inches). The Victoria edition. One of 1500 sets, out of a total edition of 2000, with facsimile Autotype plates of the various artists drawings published in the original first edition and several early illustrated editions. Several of these plates were not published in the intended editions and are published in this edition for the first time. Facsimiles of both the cover to the first of the original parts, and a leaf of Dickens manuscript. ------- Extra illustrated, by A. W. Waters of Leamington Spa, and with their small ink stamp to that effect at the bottom of the blank rear endpapers of both volumes, with 105 plates, some full page and some mounted onto a leaf, including two sets of 12 plates illustrated by C. E. Brock, one set plain and the other all hand coloured. These were issued in 1921. The extra plates are in various mediums including colour chromolithographs, steel, copper and wood engravings, some hand coloured. Plates include 31 portraits and views of People, and places mentioned within the novel. ------ Finely bound in attractive early leather bindings, by Bayntun of Bath, of half dark blue morocco. Spines with raised bands, gilt. Compartments double ruled, lettered and decorated in gilt. Dark blue cloth on boards. Marbled endpapers. Top edges gilt. Previous owners bookplate on front pastedown endpapers. Some minor rubbing to extremities but overall this is a lovely set in fine decorative leather bindings. ----- The illustrations in this edition include all those used for the original edition, but, instead of taking impressions from worn plates, the original drawings by the artists have been carefully reproduced in facsimile, by a beautiful method of photogravure. By this process the drawings are engraved by photography on copper plates, so accurately that every line, shade or light is correctly reproduced in the prints, which are worked by hand as in the old fashioned copper plate press. :

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Memoirs of My Life by John Charles Fremont. Including in the Narrative Five Journeys of Western Exploration, During the Years 1842, 1843-4, 1845-6-7, 1848-9, 1853-4. Together with a Sketch of the Life of Senator Benton, in Connection with the Western Expansion by Jessie Benton Fremont

      Chicago: Belford, Clarke & Company , 1887. First edition. Edges a little rubbed, spine a trifle darkened, covers still bright and clean, a very nice copy. Quarto.

      [Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books]
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      First Edition. Myra and Son. 1887 and 1888.. pp about 600. Folio. Illustrated. Some slight foxing, three pages torn but with no loss to text, with evidence of use, else Very Good in half gilt calf heavily rubbed and spine strained. The folio edition of which this is appears to be quite scarce. Twenty-three issues of a monthly Fashion Magazine, with January 1888 missing. With three or four colour plates depicting the latest fashions at the end of every month as well as several black and while plates. With 92 colour plates. Excellent hand coloured lithography. CCPS/May 2007 US$0

      [Bookseller: John Shotton]
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        Les annales politiques et littéraires (vingt-quatre années complètes, soit 1887, 1889 à 1891, 1893 à 1912)

      Les annales politiques et littéraires 1887 - Vingt-quatre volumes grand in-4 (26 x 33.5 cm), reliés, demi-percaline violine, dos lisse titré ; chaque volume propose les deux semestres de chaque année complète, soit 1887, 1889 à 1891, 1893 à 1912 ; revue dix-neuvième abondamment illustrée parfois par de grands noms. Revue très populaire notamment dans la bourgeoisie de province. Notre ensemble propose un bel échantillonnage de ce qu'elle avait à proposer. Etat allant de moyen à assez bon. les annales politiques et littéraires Collectif [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Pets Abroad or Frank and Ethel's Travels in America and Canada

      S.W. Partridge and Co., London - 96 pages. Circa 1887. Delightfully colour illustrated front board features young girl with wooden snow shovel sitting upon sled. Lovely detailed black and white illustrations in text on most pages. Many of these illustrations depict fascinating historical events and scenes. Charming advertisements upon endpapers. Gift greetings, dated 1889, upon verso of front free endpaper else unmarked. Narrow opening in binding at page 56. Short openings to hinges. Above-average external wear. Fragments of backstrip remain. Despite significant use this copy remains a treat to hold! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mémoires originaux, rapports académiques 1860-1892 (exemplaire de Pierre Janet)

      Petit in-quarto demi-chagrin grenat de l'époque, dos à cinq nerfs, titre gravé. A la fin de sa vie, E. Mesnet rassembla pour son compte de nombreux tirés à part qu'il fit relier ensemble pour son compte personnel. ? ce qui rend cet ouvrage unique. Il fut ensuite offert à Pierre Janet qui y a apposé le cachet gras de sa bibliothèque reproduisant sa signature olographe. Mesnet en a profité pour faire quelques corrections manuscrites dans les marges. On trouve relié à la suite : Etude sur le somnambulisme spontané au point de vue pathologique, tiré à part extrait des Archives générales de Médecine, 30 pages (observation de 1855 publiée en 1860) - - De l'automatisme de la mémoire et du souvenir dans le somnambulisme pathologique (Paris, Félix Malteste), (Hôpital Saint-Antoine 1874) 30 pages, couvertures imprimées - - Un accouchement dans le somnambulisme provoqué (Paris Georges Masson, 1887), 24 pages, couvertures imprimées (Hôtel-Dieu 1887) - - Cystocèle vaginale, opérée dans le sommeil hypnotique (Hôtel-Dieu, 1889) Paris Georges Masson, 1889), 27 pages, couvertures imprimées - - Etude Médico-légale sur les deux somnambulismes : le spontané et et le provoqué (Hôtel-Dieu, 1887) - - Troubles fonctionnels des sens et de sensibilités dans l'hypnotisme : physiologie pathologique (Hôtel-Dieu, 1889) Paris Georges Masson, 1889), 22 pages, couvertures imprimées - - Autographisme et stigmates dans la sorcellerie au XVI° siècle (avec dessins photographiques ; Hôtel-Dieu 1890) Paris Georges Masson, 1890), 24 pages, couvertures imprimées, 3 planches hors-texte photographiques très impressionnantes - - Somnambulisme spontané dans ses rapports avec l'hystérie (observation de 1872 Saint-Antoine) tiré à part extrait des Archives de Neurologie n° 69, 16 pages. - - De la sclérose en plaques disséminées (Rapport académique décembre 1884), Georges Masson couvertures imprimées originales, 16 pages - - De l'hémichorée symptomatique des affections cérébrales (Rapport académique décembre 1885) Georges Masson couvertures imprimées originales, 15 pages - - Rapports de la paralysie générale et de la syphilis cérébrale (Rapport académique octobre 1888) Georges Masson couvertures imprimées originales, 45 pages - - Des pseudo-paralysies générales, saturnines et alcoolique : leur valeur clinique (Rapport académique juillet 1892) Georges Masson couvertures imprimées originales, 16 pages - - Des fausses rages : observation de délire aigu hydrophobique (Saint-Antoine 1872) Georges Masson couvertures imprimées originales, 24 pages - - Révision de la loi de 1838 sur les aliénés (lu à l'Académie février 1884) Georges Masson couvertures imprimées originales, 40 pages - - Pathogénie des délires impulsifs : vertiges avec délire (Rapport académique 1883) Georges Masson couvertures imprimées originales, 26 pages - - Aliénation mentale dans le cours d'un rhumatisme articulaire aigu ? folie rhumatismale (juin 1856), 11 pages - - De l'hémoglobinurie a frigore (lu à l'Académie en mai 1881), 16 pages - - Aphasie avec hémiplégie gauche ? perte absolue de la parole : guérison après six mois (Saint-Antoine 1866), 14 pages - - Physiologie pathologique du cerveau : des mouvements circulaires (Saint-Antoine 1862), tiré à part extrait des Archives Générales de Médecine 1862, 24 pages - - Choléra de 1865 : Hôpital Saint-Antoine ? service des hommes : accidents de la réaction - - Etude médico-physiologique sur l'homme dit « sauvage du Var », suivi d'un rapport du Docteur Cerise (août 1865), 32 pages avec une planche hors-texte représentant en frontispice le sauvage du Var. Magnifique exemplaire fleurs de coins, seuls les coupes sont à peine émoussées Très bon couverture rigide Edition originale Signé par l'auteur

      [Bookseller: Librairie Dejolibelle]
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        España. Sus monumentos y artes, Su naturaleza e historia. Valencia. Clichés por A. García. Grabados por Joarizti y Mariezcurrena. Dibujos a pluma de J.J. Zapater y P. Llorente. Cromos de J.J. Zapater.

      - Barcelona, Daniel Cortezo y Cía., 1887-1889, 2 tomos, 24,5 x 17,5 cm., plena tela roja original con estampaciones en tapas y lomos, escudo en oro en la tapa anterior, cortes jaspeados, grabados intercalados, 875 págs. + 2 h. + 6 láminas = 1.063 págs. + 2 cromolitografías en colores + plano plegado + 4 láminas. (Durante muchos años estuvo incompleto el Tomo II, hasta que cerrada la Casa Cortezo se hizo cargo del resto de la obra la Sociedad Montaner y Simón acabando de imprimirlo a comienzos del siglo XX). VALENCIA

      [Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos]
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        She Stoops to Conquer : a Comedy / by Dr. Goldsmith ; with Drawings by Edwin Abbey ; Decorations by Alfred Parsons ; Introduction by Austin Dobson

      London : Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington 1887 - Description: 176 p. , [10] leaves of plates : ill. ; 38 cm. Related Names: Abbey, Edwin Austin, 1852-1911. Parsons, Alfred, 1847-1920. Notes: Title page in red and black. Finely and sumptuously bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy; of presentation quality - scans etc. On request. 4 Kg. 176 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le pair bimétallique. (Notes soumises à la Gold and Silver Commission).

      Paris, Guillaumin 1887 - Octavo. Pp. 85. Printed on thick paper. In the original stiff printed wrappers, bit dust-soiled, thumbed; faint dampmark in lower margin. In a very good condition. - - First edition. In the same year, an English translation, "The Bimetallic Par: Notes Submitted to the Gold and Silver Commission" was published in London by P. S. King; and a German translation, "Das bimetallische Pari. Der Gold- und Silver-Commission in London unterbreitete Bemerkungen" appeared in Köln by J. P. Bachem. Henri Cernuschi (1821-1896), Italian politician and economist, best known for his publications on financial questions, more especially bimetallism. Of the latter he was an ardent champion, and the word itself is commonly supposed to have originated with him - at least in its English form it is first found in his "Silver Vindicated" (1876). Scarce. OCLC 27803254 locates just 7 copies worldwide. KVK adds copies in the National Libraries of Spain, the Netherlands, and France; and in Union Catalogs of Canada, Britain, Italy, and Northern Germany.

      [Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague]
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        ALCALOIDES. Histoire, propriétés chimiques et physiques, extraction, action physiologique, effets thérapeutiques, toxicologie, observations, usages en médecine, formules, etc. [2 volumes].

      1887 - Bruxelles, Weissenbruch, 1887-1889. Deux volumes in-quarto (190 X 277) reliés demi-basane fauve, dos cinq nerfs, pièces de titre et de tomaison rouge et verte (reliure de l'époque) ; Tome I : 648 pages. Tome II : 775 pages. IMPORTANT OUVRAGE. Quelques épidermures sur les plats, rousseurs claires éparses, néanmoins BON EXEMPLAIRE. GOOD COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.

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      1887. Very Good. (EHON) KAWANABE Kyo^sai [Gyo^sai] GYO^SAI GADAN. Tokyo: Iwamoto Shun, Meiji 20 [1887]. 25.4 x 17.6 cm. 4 volumes, string-bound Japanese-style in printed covers with paper labels. All in a folding clasped chitsu box with a colorful woodblock printed label. Printed in sumi and light colors throughout. This famous artist's autobiography and copybook provides a remarkable insight into the world of the traditional arts in mid-Meiji Japan by their foremost practitioner. Though this work is not uncommon, the impressions in this copy are very good (Conder's heron has most of its fine detail). There is splitting and crude repair of the box hinges but the book itself is a very good copy. Almost certainly from the library of Arthur Wesley Dow, with his library label and number. As issued:

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        The Works of, complete in 13 volumes.

      London: Smith, Elder, 1887.. Published 1887-1890. Frontispieces. 13 volumes 8vo (7 3/4 x 5 inches), handsomely bound half green calf, marbled boards, spines gilt extra in 4 compartments with tan and crimson lettering pieces; lightest of rubbing, strongly bound and very attractive. Foxing to prelims of text.

      [Bookseller: Bristow & Garland]
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        Corpus Iuris Civilis. Ediderunt fratres Kriegelii. Pars I: Institutiones, Digesta. Pars II: A Aemilio Herrmanno recognita - Codicem continens. Pars III: A Eduardo Osenbrüggen recognita - Novellas continens.

      Lipsiae, s.a. (1887), volumi 3, in-4, mezza pelle, fregi e scritte oro sui dorsi, piatti in carta marmorizzata.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini]
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        ILLUSTRAZIONE Militare Italiana. diretta da Quinto Cenni. Anno I. 1887, numeri 1-24. Annata completa, pp. (4), 199, (11). Con numerose tavole di Cenni a colori e in seppia, a piena e doppia pagina. Anno secondo. 1888. numeri 1-48 (numero doppio). Annata completa, pp. (4), 208, (8). Con numerose tavole di Cenni a colori e in seppia, a piena e doppia pagina. Legato in fine: Rassegna Navale passata da S.M. il Re d?Italia in onore di S.M. l?Imperatore di Germania e Re di Prussia. Anno Quarto 1890. Numeri 74-111, Annata completa, pp. (8), 316. Con tavole di Cenni a colori e in seppia, a piena e doppia pagina (fra le quali segnaliamo quelle relative alle Feste di maggio di Roma e Milano). Anno Sesto 1892. Numeri 148-160 bis. Annata completa, pp. (4), 100, 24. Con tavole di Cenni a colori e in seppia, a piena e doppia pagina. Anno Settimo 1893. Numeri 161-172 bis. Annata completa, pp. (4), 68, 52. Con tavole in nero e a colori e un numero speciale sulla battaglia di San Martino. Anno Ottavo 1894. Numeri 173-196 Annata completa pp. (4), 157. Con una grande tavola ripiegata (battaglia d?Agordat). Anno Nono 1895. Numeri 197-220. Annata completa, pp. (4), 195. Con due grandi tavole in cromolitografia (medagliere militare italiano, modificazioni uniformi degli ufficiali). Anno Decimo 1896. Numeri 221-244. Annata completa pp. (4), 119. Con tavole in nero a piena e a doppia pagina.

      Milano, Vallardi, 1887-96, voll. 8, in-4, brossure edit. rimontate su tela: alcune cerniere tengono, ma sono lise, piccole porzioni mancanti ai dorsi (un volume privo del dorso), consunzioni. 8 annate complete (mancano la terza e la quinta: 1889, 1891). I fascicoli ?di serie? sono tutti presenti. I supplementi e le monografie (7a campagna d?Africa, La campagna del 1859, ecc.), con numerazione separata, sono in genere presenti, legati fra i fascicoli (ma potrebbe mancarne qualcuno). La rivista cessò le pubblicazioni nel 1897.

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        Codex Astensis qui de Malabayla communiter noncupatur. Edidit Quintinus Sella.

      Romae, Accademia dei Lincei - Ex Typis Salviucci, 1880 - 1887. 1887 4 voll. in4°, pp. XVI, 314; (4), 635; (2), 636-1196 (numerazione continua); (2), 263); brossura editoriale. Una carta geografica ripiegata f.t. del territorio della Repubblica di Asti nel 1300 e 9 tavv. in b.n. e a colori f.t. riproducenti con estrema fedeltà parti del codice. Restauri alle brossure. Buon esemplare in barbe. Edizione originale, rara a reperirsi completa di tutto il pubblicato. "Questo codice è una raccolta degli atti più importanti pel comune, a sostegno dei proprii diritti, come: trattati pubblici, bolle, diplomi, carte e titoli di possesso o di pretensioni" (Manno). L'opera, pubblicata nell'arco di sette anni dall'Accademia dei Lincei, riveste una notevolissima importanza per lo studio della storia giuridica astigiana e illustra la storia del prezioso codice, conservato dapprima nell'Archivio di Corte di Vienna e nel 1876 donato al Sella dall'Imperatore Francesco Giuseppe. Lo statista piemontese fece poi dono del codice alla città di Asti, nel cui archivio si trova attualmente. Il Sella curò personalmente la parte storico-illustrativa, mentre della parte paleografica si occuparono L. Re, A. Corvisieri, P. Amat di San Filippo, P. Vayra, che, alla morte del Sella (1884), condusse a termine l'imponente pubblicazione. "Indi è che noi chiameremo Codice Malabaila il prezioso monumento che l'Italia deve all'imperatore d'Austria, poiché si riferisce ad un originale, che nel 1353 si chiamava de Malabaila... Comunque sia, il nome di Malabaila, che noi proponiamo pel Codice oggi recuperato dall'Italia, ricorda una denominazione del secolo XIV, ed è un tributo di lode a chi conservava in quel tempo il prezioso originale con tanta cura, che l'opinione pubblica aveva dato a questo il nome di quello" (Sella). Manno / Promis, II, 11032. Lozzi, I, 134 (in nota).

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        Bulletin de la Société astronomique de France. (poi: et Revue mensuelle d'Astronomie, de météorologie et de physique du Globe).

      Au siège de la Socété, Hotel des Sociétés savantes 1887-1934 Quarantotto annate legate in 43 volumi di cm. 24, pp. oltre 20.000 complessive. Con centinaia di incisioni e tavole anche fuori testo. Solida ed elegante legatura uniforme in mezza pelle verde con punte, dorsi a nervi con titoli e filetti in oro. Legatura eseguita dalla Legatoria Artistica del Libro G. Oberti e C. di Genova. Qualche minimo e trascurabile segno d'uso alle legature, ma esemplare fresco ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Si tratta di tutto il pubblicato dal primo anno (1887) fino al 1934. Celebre rivista di divulgazione astronomica fondata da Camille Flammarion. Non comune a trovarsi così completa, solidamente legata ed in ottimo stato di conservazione come nel presente esemplare.

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        English As She Is Taught - 1st Edition/1st State

      Mutual Book Company c1900 12mo; [1-7], 8-28, [4] pages A beautiful First American Edition and first separate edition in its first state, BAL 3465, originally published in London in 1887, in about Fine condition. Laid paper in gray paper wrappers printed in red and black. Protected in custom folding case; With the biographical sketch of Twain by Matthew Irving Lans. From the 1901 publication of The New York Times: "True humor of the unconscious type is never out of date. 'English as She Is Taught' is as natively diverting as its Portuguese forerunner 'English as She Is Spoke'."

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        British and Irish Salmonidae.

      London/ Edinburgh, Williams and Norgate, 1887. 8vo (260 x 175mm). pp. viii, 298, (2), with 12 (9 chromolithographed) plates and 52 figures. Contemporary red calf, richly gilt ornamented spine with 2 gilt lettered labels, sides with gilt border, gilt edges. One of 25 copies for private circulation only. The present copy is numbered number 2. With a note inserted by the author 'With the author's compliments, Dec. 23/87'. Francis Day (1829-1889) was one of the leading ichthyologists in England. He extensively wrote on Indian fishes and spent many years on the Malabar Coast. The fine plates are by Miss F. Woolward, made after drawings by the author. "The fish were coloured from nature by Miss Florence Woolward, whose accuracy in delineation needs no remark as it speaks for itself" (From the preface). A fine copy. Dean I, p. 307.

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        Les civilisations de l?Inde

      Firmin-Didot 1887 1^ ediz., in 4°, pp. VIII, 743; leg. edit. m/maroc. rosso con angoli filettati, ds. a nervi con tit. e fregi in oro, piatti e sguardie marmor.; opera ill. da 7 cromolitografie, 2 carte geogr. e 350 inc. ed heliogravures tratte dalle foto, dagli acquerelli e dai documenti dell'A., incaricato dal Ministero della Pubblica Istruzione francese, di una missione archeologica in India. Bella ediz. ed esemplare ben conservato, solo lievi tracce d'uso alla leg. 533/21

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        The Odyssey Of Homer; Done Into English Verse By William Morris. 2 Volumes.

      , London, Reeves & Turner, 1887.. . One of 50 Large Paper copies. Vellum spines with marbled paper boards and printed paper labels which are chipped. Exteriors worn, interiors clean and bright, binding tight. Former owner's bookplate on front paste-down endpaper.

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      Bordighera, [Liguria]:: Tipografia di L. Billi,. (n. d.).. 8-1/8" x 6-5/16". Single sheet broadside, printed recto only, on orange paper.. 1st separate printing, ca 1887. Not in Shaberman, nor found in Bulloch. INSCRIBED PRESENTATION copy to "Clara & Emily / Macirone / Christmas / 1887." Signed in full by MacDonald under the last stanza of text.. Evidence prior mounting at top of verso. Modest edgewear. A. vertical & horizontal fold line. Very Good.. Very rare printing of this Christmas poem by MacDonald, later collected in an 1890s volume of poetry. OCLC & KVK find only one copy of this broadside: National Library of Scotland.

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      1st edition. Paris: Victor-Havard 1887. 368 pp. Uncut copy bound with orig. wrappers and top edge gilt in beautiful halfleather of smooth darkblue morocco. Binding signed Kauffmann - F. K? Very clean copy

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        The Odyssey Of Homer. Done Into English Verse By William Morris. 2 Volumes.

      , London, Reeves & Turner, 1887.. . One of 50 large paper sets. Quarter vellum and marbled paper boards with printed paper spine labels, uncut, vii, [1]-230; vii, [231]-450 pp. Endpapers foxed and blistered, covers rubbed with a few small chips in the paper, the spines are spotted, and both labels are chipped with loss of letters. The text is clean and bright. A very good copy of this rare edition.

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        Welsh Folk=Lore

      Oswestry & Wrexham: Woodall, Minshall and Co, 1887 Welsh Folk=Lore: A Collection of the Folk-Tales and Legends of North Wales Being the Prize Essay of the National Eisteddfod 1887. First limited edition of 213 copies. Very Rare. The first published edition is very rare and this is the pre-publication edition. Bound by hand in five separate booklets and placed in a hard card board binding and mailing box. A wonderful read. With an interesting list of subscribers at the rear. (xii), 359 pp, paper wrap top covers for Part 2, 3, 4, & 5 loose but present .OWEN, cleric and antiquary, whose best-known literary work was The Old Stone Crosses of the Vale of Clwyd, 1886. Another work, Welsh Folklore, 1896, was a prize-essay at the 1887 national eisteddfod (London). At the time of his death he was engaged on a book on ‘ The Holy Wells of North Wales,’ the uncompleted manuscript of which is preserved in the N.L.W. See NLW WBO for a full Bio.

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      1887. Very Good. (EHON) KAWANABE Kyo^sai [Gyo^sai] GYO^SAI GADAN. Tokyo: Iwamoto Shun, Meiji 20 [1887]. 25.4 x 17.6 cm. 4 volumes, string-bound Japanese-style in printed covers with paper labels. All in a folding clasped chitsu box with a colorful woodblock printed label. Printed in sumi and light colors throughout. This famous artist's autobiography and copybook provides a remarkable insight into the world of the traditional arts in mid-Meiji Japan by their foremost practitioner. Though this work is not uncommon, the impressions in this copy are unusually good. A very good copy. As issued:

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      London: T. Fisher Unwin 1887. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1887.. Black cloth, ruled and lettered in red, spine lettered in gilt. Minor foxing to prelims and terminal leaves, minute nicks at crown and toe of lower joint, lower fore-tips worn, yet still, an unusually nice copy, very good or better. Half morocco clamshell box. First edition of Hudson's second book and first novel, published anonymously. This copy is in Payne's primary binding, and has the 32pp. catalogue. "One of the arts- and-crafts, anti-mechanistic utopias of the late Victorian age; the primary analogy is to a beehive, with egalitarianism that amounts to oppression, except for a tiny elite who are, in turn, constrained in other ways...I find it beautifully written, but one of the most horrible ideal cultures ever imagined" - Bleiler. PAYNE A2a. BLEILER, SCIENCE FICTION THE EARLY YEARS, pp.376-7.

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        Poliklinische Vorträge. Zwei Bände. I. Band übersetzt von Sigm. Freud, Schuljahr 1887-1888. Mit 99 Holzschnitten. II. Band übersetzt von Max Kahane, Schuljahr 1888-1889. Mit 123 Holzschnitten.

      "Gr. 8°. XII, 480 Seiten; VIII, 483 Seiten. Goldgeprägte Halbledereinbände der Zeit mit leicht unterschiedlichem Dekor Erste deutsche Ausgabe, vollständig in zwei Bänden. Band I mit einem "Vorwort des Übersetzers" und zusätzlichen Fußnoten von Sigm. Freud im Erstdruck. Meyer-Palmedo/Fichtner 1892-94a. Anfangs geringe Anstreichungen mit Bleistift, Stehkanten berieben und Einbände etwas begriffen. Gutes Exemplar der bedeutenden Ausgabe. Freuds Hingabe bei der Übersetzung führte zu der kuriosen Situation, dass die deutschsprachige Ausgabe vor der französischen Originalausgabe erschien.ien. "

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        Privater Sammelband mit allen 32 Rezensionen Freuds im Centralblatt der Physiologie von 1887 bis 1893.

      "Unikat, alle Originalhefte der bedeutenden Zeitschrift in denen sich Beiträge von Freud finden lassen in einem dekorativen, modernen Halbledereinband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. 1.: Rezension von: Sachs, Bernhard - Kurze Mittheilung über einen Fall von solitärem Tuberkel des Halsrückenmarkes (Neurol. Centralblatt Nr. 1, 1887) (pp.31-32). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/ 1. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 2. April 1897, 8°, 32 pp. Fichtner 1888e 2.: Rezension von: Nieden, Friedrich Anton - Ein Fall von Lesescheu, Dyslexie (Dysanagnosie) mit Sectionsbefund (Arch. f. Augenheilk. XVII 2) (pp.51-52). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/ 2. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 16. April 1897, 8°, pp.33-56, Brosch. Fichtner 1888f 3.: Rezension von: Reynolds, Ernest - On Changes in nervous System after amputation of limb, with bibliography and a recent case. (Brain, Jan. 1887, XXXVI, p. 494) (p.76). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/ 3. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 30. April 1897, 8°, pp.57-80, Brosch. Fichtner 1888g 4.: Rezension von: Thorburn, William - Case of injury to the cervical region of the spinal cord (Brain XXXVI, 1887) (pp.101). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/ 4. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 14. April Mai, 8°, pp.81-104, Brosch. Fichtner 1888h 5.: Rezension von: Landois, L. - Ueber die Erregung typischer Krampfanfälle nach Behandlung d. cerebralen Nervensystems m. ehem. Substanzen, m. bes. Berücksichtigung der Urämie (W.m.Pr.7-9, 1887) (pp.127-128). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/ 5. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 28. April Mai, 8°, pp. 105 -132, Brosch. Fichtner 1888i 6.: Rezension von: Knoll, Philipp - Ueber die Augenbewegungen bei Reizung einzelner Theile des Grosshirns (Wiener akad. Sitzb. XCIV, III. Abth. Octoberheft, 1886) (pp. 189-190). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/ 8. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 9. Juli Mai, 8°, pp. 172-192, Brosch. Fichtner 1888; 7.: Rezension von: Knoll, Philipp - Ueber die nach Verschluss der Hirnarterien auftretenden Augenbewegungen (Wiener akad. Sitzb. III. Abth., Octoberheft, 1886) (p.190). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/ 8. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 9. Juli Mai, 8°, pp. 172-192, Brosch. Fichtner 1888k 8.: Rezension von: Beraneck, Edmond - Histogenese des nerfs cephaliques (Archives des sciences physiques et naturelles XVII, 3, p.240) (p.209)-Zbl. Physiologie, 1/ 9. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 23. Juli 1887, 8°, pp. 193-212, Brosch. Fichtner 18881 9.: Rezension von: Julin, Charles - Le Systeme nerveux grand sympathique de l'Ammocoetes (Petromyzon Planeri) (Antom Anzeiger II, 7 1887) (p.236). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/10. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 6. August 1887, 8°, pp.213-236, Brosch. Fichtner 1888m 10.: Rezension von: Leube, Wilhelm - Ueber Herderkrankungen im Gehirnschenkel in der Gegend des hinteren Vierhügelpaares (Deutsches Arch. f. klin. Med. XL, 2, S. 217). (p.252). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/11. -Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 20. August 1887, 8°, pp.237-252, Brosch. Fichtner 1888n 11.: Rezension von: Rabl, Carl - Ueber das Gebiet des Nervus facialis (Anatom. Anzeiger II, 8, S.212). (p.262). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/12. -Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 3. September 1887, 8°, pp.253-268, Brosch. Fichtner 1888o 12.: Rezension von: Friedmann, Max - Einiges über Degenerations-processe im Hemispärenmark (Neurologisches Centralblatt 1887, Nr.4 ud 5, S.73) (p.263) Zbl. Physiologie, 1/12. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 3. September 1887, 8°, pp.253-268, Brosch. Fichtner 1888p 13.: Rezension von: Phisalix, Cesaire-Auguste - Sur les nerfs craniens d'un embryon humain de trente-deux jours (Compt. rend. CIV, 4, p.241). (p.268). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/12. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 3. September 1887, 8°, pp.253-268, Brosch. Fichtner 1888q 14.: Rezension von: Urbantschitsch, Victor - Über den Einfluß von Trigeminusreizen auf den Tast- und Temperatursinn der Gesichtshaut (Pfüger's Arch. XLI, 1887, S.46) (p.507). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/20. -Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 24. December 1887, 8°, pp.485-516, Brosch. Fichtner 1888r 15.: Rezension von: Mingazzini, Giovanni - Nota sopra tre cervelli di feti trigemini umani (Bulletino della Reale Academia Medica di Roma XIII, p.112) (p.596). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/22. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 21. Januar 1888, 8°, pp.565-600, Brosch. Fichtner 1888s 16.: Rezension von: Bechterew - Ueber die hinteren Nervenwurzeln, ihre Endigung i.d. grauen Substanz des Rückenmarks und ihre centrale Fortsetzung im letzteren (His-Braune's Arch. 1887/2-3, S.126) (pp.598- 600). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/22. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 21. Januar 1888, 8°, pp.565-600, Brosch. Fichtner 1888t 17.: Rezension von: Nussbaum, Julius - Ueber die wechselseitigen Beziehungen zwischen den centralen Ursprungsgebieten der Augenmuskelnerven (Wien. med. Jahrbücher II, 1887) (pp.628-629). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/23. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 4. Februar 1888, 8°, pp.601-636, Brosch. Fichtner 1888v 18.: Rezension von: Obersteiner, Heinrich - Der Hypnotismus mit besonderer Berücksichtigung seiner klinischen und forensischen Bedeutung (Klinische Zeit- und Streitfragen, 1. Bd., 2. Heft, S.49-80) (pp.622-623). Zbl. Physiologie, 1/23 - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 4. Februar 1888, 8°, pp.601-636, Brosch. Fichtner 1888u 19- Rezension von: Bechterew, Wladimir - Über die Bestandtheile des vorderen Kleinhirnschenkels (His-Braune's Archiv 1888, Nr.2 bis 4, S.124) (pp.456-457). Zbl. Physiologie, 2/17. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 24. November 1888, 8°, pp.437-460, Brosch. Fichtner 1899b 20.: Rezension von: Belloni, J. - Ueber die centrale Endigung des Nervus opticus bei den Vertebraten (Zeitschr. f. Zoologie XLVII. 1., S.l) (pp.554-555).Zbl. Physiologie, 2/21. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 19. Jänner 1888, 8°, pp.533-556, Brosch. Fichtner 1889c 21.: Rezension von: Dackschewitsch, Liweri Ossipowitsch - Über den oberen Kern des N oculomotorius (A. f. Anat. u. Physiol., Anat. Abth. 1889) (pp.84-85) Zbl. Physiologie, 3/ 4. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 25. Mai 1889, 8°, pp.65-88, Brosch. Fichtner 1890b 22.: Rezension von: Küchenthal, M. & Ziehen, Theodor - Das Centralnervensystem der Cetaceen (Aus den Denkschriften d. med.-naturwisssch. Ges. zu Jena III. B., 1889) (pp.626-631). Zbl. Physiologie, 3/23. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 15. Februar 1890, 8°, pp.601-632, Brosch. Fichtner 1890c 23.: Rezension von: Schaffer, R. - Vergleichend-anatomische Untersuchungen der Rückenmarksfasserung (Arch. f. mikr. Anat. XXXVIII, 1891) (p.656). Zbl. Physiologie, 5/20. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 2. Januar 1892, 8°, pp.625-656, Brosch. Fichtner 1892d 24.: Rezension von: Babinski, Joseph Francois Felix - Paraplegie flasque par compression de la moelle (Archiv de Med. experim. Nr.2 1891) (pp.677-678). Zbl. Physiologie, 5/21. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 2. Januar 1892, 8°, pp.657-688, Brosch. Fichtner 1892e 25.: Rezension von: Bernheimer, Stefan - Über die Sehnervenwurzeln des Menschen (Wiesbaden 1891) (pp.767-768). Zbl. Physiologie, 5/23. -Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 13. Februar 1892, 8°, pp.741-772, Brosch. Fichtner 1892f 26.: Rezension von: Sternberg, Mayimillian - Hemmung, Ermüdung und Bahnnung der Sehnenreflexe im Rückenmark (Wiener Akad. Sitzber. Juni 189D (pp.859-86). Zbl. Physiologie, 5/25. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 12. März 1892, 8°, pp.820-868, Brosch. Fichtner 1892g 27.: Rezension von: Sala, L. - Süll' origne del nervo acustico (Monitore zoologico italiano No.ll, 1891) (p.860). Zbl. Physiologie, 5/25. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 12. März 1892, 8°, pp.820-868, Brosch. Fichtner 1892h 28.: Rezension von: Sternberg, Maximilian - Ueber die Beziehungen der Sehnenreflexe zum Muskeltonus (Wiener Akad. Sitzber. Juni 1891) (p.24). Zbl. Physiologie, 6/ 1. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 9 April 1892, 8°, 32 pp., Brosch. Fichtner 1893k 29.: Rezension von: Snell, Otto - Die Abhängigkeit des Hirngewichtes von dem Körpergewicht und den geistigen Fähigkeiten (Arch. f. Psych. XXIII, 2) (p.86). Zbl. Physiologie, 6/ 3. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 7. Mai 1892, 8°, pp.65-96, Brosch Fichtner 18931 30.: Rezension von: Lange, B. - Inwieweit sind die Symptome, welche nach Zerstörung des Kleinhirns beobachtet werden, auf Verletzungen des Acusticus zurückzuführen? (Pfüger's Archiv, L. 1891) (pp. 159-160). Zbl. Physiologie, 6/ 5. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 4. Juni 1892, 8°, pp. 129-160, Brosch. Fichtner 1893m 31.: Rezension von: Steiner, Isidor - Sinnessphären und Bewegungen (Pflüger's Archiv L, 189D(pp.l87-188). Zbl. Physiologie, 6/ 6. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 18. Juni 1892, 8°, pp.161-192, Brosch. Fichtner 1893n 32.: Rezension von: Danilewsky, (Wassili Jakowlewitsch ?) - Zur Physiologie des Centralnervensystems von Amphioxus (Pflüger's Archiv 1892) (pp.454-455).Zbl. Physiologie, 6/15. - Leipzig & Wien, Franz Deuticke, 22. October 1892, 8°, pp.425-456, Brosch. Fichtner 1893o "

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        The Odyssey Of Homer; Done Into English Verse By William Morris. 2 Volumes.

      . One of 50 Large Paper copies. Vellum spines with marbled paper boards and printed paper labels which are chipped. Exteriors worn, interiors clean and bright, binding tight. Former owner's bookplate on front paste-down endpaper.

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        The Odyssey Of Homer. Done Into English Verse By William Morris. 2 Volumes.

      . One of 50 large paper sets. Quarter vellum and marbled paper boards with printed paper spine labels, uncut, vii, [1]-230; vii, [231]-450 pp. Endpapers foxed and blistered, covers rubbed with a few small chips in the paper, the spines are spotted, and both labels are chipped with loss of letters. The text is clean and bright. A very good copy of this rare edition.

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        Adolf Stieler's Handatlas über alle Theile der Erde und über das Weltgebäude. 95 Karten.

      39,3x27,5 cm. 1 doppelblattgr. Titelblatt mit 8 Nebenkarten (=Nr. 1) und 94 numerierte doppelblattgrosse grenzkolorierte Stahlstich Karten (=Nr. 2-95). Mit einem doppelblattgr. Inhaltsverzeichnis und 8 S. Text (zweispaltig). Originalhalbleder mit goldgeprägtem Rücken- und Deckeltitel und reicher Rückenvergoldung. Die Karten revidiert 1887. - Rücken an der Stehkante mit kleinem Abriss. Vorsatz und Titel schwach fleckig, Text und Karten fleckenlos. [2 Warenabbildungen bei]

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        The Royal Lineage of our Noble and Gentle Families Together with Their Paternal Ancestry Traced from the Blood Royal of England (3 volumes)

      Hatchards London 1887. Binding: Hardback. Volumes 1 (paginated 1 to 448) and 2 (paginated 448 to 865) are uniform, all edges gilt, dark blue bevelled boards, gilt decoration and titles. Volume 3 (paginated 848 to 978) has plain edges and the boards are of a darker blue, although with the same gilt motif and titles to the front board. Volume 3 is evidently from a later edition: it includes a letter from D. Saumarez (Saumarez Hall, Guernsey) to "Freda", dated January 12th (18)94, about the proof page of the family's entry in the volume, and a telegram dated January 24 (18)95 to "Lady Loraine". Lady de Saumarez and Lady Loraine are the last two whose pedigree appears in this last volume. Condition: The boards of all three volumes are somewhat knocked and rubbed, with a spot of bleaching or staining to the front of Volume I. Internally, all three volumes are in excellent condition. The binding is tight and sound. Overall Very Good.

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        Athletics and Football

      Longmans Green and Co. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1887. Large Paper. Hardcover. vg. Lg. 8vo. xxvi, 446 pp. Gilt decorated 3/4 blue morocco over gilt stamped orange cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Expertly rebacked retaining original boards. Light rubbing to edges. Corners lightly bumped. Gilt top edge. Pages untrimmed. Light foxing to bottom edge. Silk ribbon marker. The Badminton Library of Sports and Pastimes. One of 250 numbered copy of the special Large Paper edition. Frontis. Book plate of previous owner to front endpaper. Illustrated with many b&w annotated in-text plates and charts by Stanley Berkeley and "instantaneous photigraphs by G. Mitchell." A very tight copy in very good condition.

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      Paris: Librairie Conquet, 1887. relié. In 8 (14,5x21,5cm). Première édition, illustré d'un portrait et de dix fines gravures de Adrien Moreau (dont huit hors-texte) gravées par A. Lamothe. Tirage à 500 exemplaires, numéroté 160, un des 349 sur petit papier Velin du marais. Les 150 premiers exemplaires sont sur Grand Velin ou Japon. Demi Maroquin brun d'époque glacé à coins signé David. Dos à nerfs joliment orné, date en queue. Couvertures oranges conservées. En fin d'ouvrage a été relié le prospectus comprenant une gravure et une page de texte. Sur le faux-titre et le portrait, rousseurs, exemplaire parfaitement frais par la suite. Carteret IV-178 "Publication estimée et cotée". - Librairie Conquet, Paris _1887, In 8 (14,5x21,5cm), relié. - relié

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        HISTORY Of ROME, And of the Roman People, From Its Origin to the Establishment of the Christian Empire. Translated by M. M. Ripley & W. F. Clarke. Edited by The Rev. J. P. Mahaffy

      Dana Estes and Charles E. Lauriat Boston:: Dana Estes and Charles E. Lauriat,. 1884 - 1887.. Imperial 8vo. 1st edition thus. "Edition De Luxe". #857/1000cc. 8 volumes in 16 (as published). Printed on 'Linen Vellum Paper'.. Original publisher's blue half morocco-style sheep with blue marbled paper boards, with matching marbled-paper eps. TEG.. Spines sunned. Rubs to extremities. V3, Sec 2 lacking frontis. ['Tomb of the Statilii Tauri']. V4, Sec 1 spine leather perished in. 2 top compartments. Period bookplate in each book; period poi.. Withal, a mostly VG set.. Profusely illustrated with "3000 engravings, 100 Maps & Plans and Numerous Chromo-Lithographs".

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        Original watercolor-on-paper of a Swedish Hussar, signed and dated at lower left and label lettered on the frame

      Stockholm 1887 Stockholm, 1887. Approx. 19-1/2 x 13-3/4 inches (image); approx. 31 x 24 inches (overall dimensions). . Matted, framed and glazed . A fine rendering of a Hussar on horseback. Thulstrup (1836-1902), along with his younger brother Bror Thure Thulstrup (1848-1930), are known for their drawings of military scenes. The elder brother lived his entire life in Sweden, but Bror moved to America and lived there from 1872 until his death in 1930

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        DER ORNAMENTENSCHATZ. Ein Musterbuch Stilvoller ornamente aus allen Kunstelpochen., Stuttgart, Hoffmann Julius, 1887

      27 x 35, volume rilegato con piatto figurato e caratteri in rilievo, dorso riparato con tela anonima, qualche spellatura sui piatti. Con 85 tavole straordinarie a colori, ognuna con pagina aggiuntiva di spiegazioni che presentano 1200 soggetti a colori delle varie nazioni e popoli di tutti i continenti. Motivi architettonici e sculture delle varie tendenze artistiche mondiali dell'ottocento. Edizione notevole in lingua tedesca.

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        Oeuvres Posthumes et Correspondances inédites. Précédées d'une étude biographique par Eugène Crépet. Portrait et Fac-similé de Charles Baudelaire.

      Paris, Maison Quantin, 1887. Bound uncut with all orig. wrappers, also the spine in a nice solid hmorocco w. raised bands and gilt title and author on back. Top-edge gilt. A bit of fading to upper part of front board. Bound-in original spine w. loss to upper capital, mounted. Otherwise internally very fine w. only very minor soiling and a few single brown spots. An excellent copy. (4), CIV, 333, (1) pp., 1 f. (w. printer's device).. First edition of the posthumous works, containing two works printed for the first time: "Mon coeur mis a nu" and "Fusées". Not common."Cet ouvrage contient en EDITION ORIGINALE: "Mon Coeur mis a nu" et "Fusées." (Carteret I:130)

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        Autograph Letter Signed, three pages 8vo, Centre Harbor, N.H. Written as Quaker date of 7th mo., 20, 1887 (July 20, 1887)

      To a Friend, It is a matter of real regret to me that I am not able to be with you on the occasion of the birthday of our worthy friend, Edwin Thompson [abolitionist]. I have known him as a faithful and self- sacrificing advocate (of) all good causes. More than 50 years ago, I met him at the convention which formed the First Temperance Society in Essex County, and about the same time, at the formation of the Essex Anti- Slavery Society. Since then, his genial face and cheering voice has been rarely missed wherever the Friends of Temperance and Freedom met together. He was always a welcome speaker. Like President Lincoln, he had the gift of story-telling, and his stories were always to the purpose, putting to shame his opponents with ready wit and humor. Through the long Anti- Slavery struggle, his labors were unremitting, but he was always brave and hopeful and, in the midst of persecution, never posed as a martyr. His enthusiasm of humanity was remarkable healthful; there was no whine or cant in it, and he heartily enjoyed it, for it was its own exceeding great reward. It is fitting that we should honor him and congratulate him that his 78th birthday finds him the same cheerful, warm-hearted man we have known so long; and, (it) will not be amiss if we give him some substantial and unsolicited assurance of our esteem and love. O this end, I enclose my mite with the best wishes for his health and happiness. Signed, Ã?I am, truly thy friend, John G. Whittier"

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        Life and Works of Charlotte Bronte and Her Sister. An Illustrated Edition in Seven Volumes.

      Smith, Elder & Co. 1887. Very good complete set of seven in a contemporary half-morocco dark brown binding with marbled boards and endpapers. Top edge gilt. Boards are rubbed on bottom edges, but leather's really very good and smart, with neat gilt stamping on plain banded spines. Wood-engraved frontispieces and title pages, as well as in-text engravings by E. M. Wimperis, a friend of the Misses Bronte, who did illustrations of the actual places described in the texts from sketches on the spot. 5 illustrations in each volume (and an additional 3 in vol. 7). Vol. 1: Jane Eyre (483pp.); vol. 2: Shirley (576pp.); vol. 3: Villette (519pp.); vol. 4: The Professor, with poems (506pp. Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell, and the Reverend Patrick Bronte write the poems); vol. 5: Wuthering Heights and Agnes Grey (488pp.); vol. 6: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (460 pp.); vol. 7: The Life of Charlotte Bronte, by Mrs Gaskell (452pp. 8 illustrations). Really smart

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        Ueber sehr schnelle electrische Schwingungen, et al

      Johann Ambrosius Barth Leipzig: Johann Ambrosius Barth. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. FIRST PRINTING of Hertz's first three papers on electromagnetic waves; the foundation for wireless communication. "Experimental proof by Hertz of the Faraday-Maxwell hypothesis that electrical waves can be projected through space was begun in 1887, eight years after Maxwell's death. The two main requirements were (a) a method of producing the waves, supposing that they existed, and (b) a method of detecting them once they were produced. Hertz found the first problem easy to solve. He used the oscillatory discharge of a condenser. Detection was much more difficult, because there then existed no means of detecting currents alternating at the high speed of these waves. Hertz in fact used an effect as old as the discovery of electricity itself- the electric spark. By inducing the waves to produce an electrical spark at a distance, with no apparent connection between the oscillator and the spark gap, and by moving the sparking apparatus so that the length of the spark varied, Hertz proved beyond question the passage of electric waves through space... The experiments were reported periodically from 1887 onward in Annalen der Physik und Chemie" (Printing and the Mind of Man, 377). PMM 377 (for the collected edition).In the important first paper of his study, Hertz describes the ingenious apparatus he had devised to produce, detect, and measure the electromagnetic waves, the key to all his later discoveries. The three papers together represent the groundwork and birth of wireless communication. "This discovery and its demonstration led directly to radio communication, television and radar" (Dibner, Heralds of Science, 71). Also includes articles by many other notable scientists including Planck, Clausius, Bunsen, Boltzmann, Rontgen, and Helmholtz."Ueber sehr schnelle electrische Schwingungen." with: "Nachtrag zu der Abhandlung über sehr schnelle electrische Schwingungen." with: "Ueber einen Einfluss des ultravioletten Lichtes auf die electrische Entladung." In: Annalen der Physik, Neue Folge, Band XXXI. The whole volume offered. Leipzig: Johann Ambrosius Barth, 1887. Thick octavo, recent period-style three-quarter black morocco over marbled boards. With seven fold-out plates including two illustrating Hertz's work. Closed tear along fold of one plate, otherwise a fine copy, handsomely bound.

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        She a History of Adventure

      Longmans, Green & Co 1887. 317 pp, split cloth on spine with repair loose binding internally 1st edition/1st issue

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        Observationes anatomicae

      Giovanni Battista Recurti Venice: Giovanni Battista Recurti. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, with three engraved folding plates, of Santorini's most important contribution to medical science, containing the "major discoveries for which Santorini is known eponymically" (Garrison-Morton). "This work records a number of new anatomical discoveries and corrects many errors of earlier anatomists. Santorini's skill and expertise were so outstanding that his name lives on in such anatomical structures as the accessory pancreatic ducts, risorius muscle, arytenoid cartilages, and duodenal papillae, several of which are described in this book. The text is accompanied by three folding copperplates which beautifully illustrate the musculature of the face, the pelvic musculature and genitalia of a sixteen-year-old girl with a tubal pregnacy, the external muscles of the ear, and detailed anatomy of the male genitalia and larynx" (Heirs of Hippocrates). Garrison-Morton 392; Norman 1887; Waller 8474. Venice: Giovanni Battista Recurti, 1724. Quarto, contemporary three-quarter calf over marbled boards rebacked. Some scuffing to contemporary marbled boards, very minor dampstaining to margins at rear (not affecting text); otherwise fine.

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      1887. FIELD, Eugene.A COLLECTION. A selection of 16 works of Eugene Field uniformly bound in three-quarter morocco over marbled boards; spines in gilt. The original front cover and spine is bound-in at the end of each volume. This collection includes: FIELD, Eugene. CULTURE'S GARLAND: BEING MEMORANDA OF THE GRADUAL RISE OF LITERATURE, ART, MUSIC AND SOCIETY IN CHICAGO, AND OTHER WESTERN GANGLIA. Boston: Ticknor and Company, 1887. First Edition. No. 16 of "Ticknor's Paper Series of Choice Reading". FIELD, Eugene. A LITTLE BOOK OF PROFITABLE TALES. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1890. First Trade Edition. FIELD, Eugene. WITH TRUMPET AND DRUM. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1892. First Trade Edition. FIELD, Eugene. SECOND BOOK OF VERSE. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1893. First Trade. FIELD, Eugene. ECHOES FROM THE SABINE FARM. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1896. Later Printing. FIELD, Eugene. THE LOVE AFFAIRS OF A BIBLIOMANIAC. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1896. From "The Writings in Prose and Verse of Eugene Field". FIELD, Eugene. THE HOUSE: AN EPISODE IN THE LIVES OF REUBEN BAKER, ASTRONOMER, AND OF HIS WIFE ALICE. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1896. From " The Writings in Prose and Verse of Eugene Field". FIELD, Eugene. SECOND BOOK OF TALES. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1896. From "The Writings in Prose and Verse of Eugene Field". BELOW, Ida Comstock. EUGENE FIELD IN HIS HOME. New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, 1898. First Edition. FIELD, Eugene. THE COMPLETE TRIBUNE PRIMER. Boston: The Mutual Book Company, 1901. Later Printing. FIELD, Eugene. THE CLINK OF THE ICE AND OTHER POEMS WORTH READING. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Company, 1904. Second Printing. FIELD, Eugene, JOHN SMITH U.S.A. Chicago: M. A. Donohue & Company, 1905. Fifth Printing. FIELD, Eugene. IN A WINK-A-WAY LAND. Chicago: M.A. Donohue& Company, 1905. First Thus.

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      1887. 1. (CRUIKSHANK,GEORGE)illus. INGOLDSBY LEGENDS or myths and marvels by Thomas Ingoldsby. London: Richard Bentley & Son 1887. Thick 8vo (6 1/4 x 8 1/2"), 546p., the Carmine Edition. Finely bound in full black hard- grain morocco with with seven characters from the book inlaid in multi- color leather (includes central figure of a devil, a witch, a friar and others). Raised bands on spine with an additional 4 inlaid color pictures in the compartments (witch's hat, candlestick, urn, miter), decorative gilt dentelles, silk doublures and endpapers. Illustrated with 20 fine full page steel engravings and a few smaller woodcuts by Cruikshank, Leech and Barham to accompany the stories from all three series. Laid in is a a FINE ORIGINAL PEN AND INK BY CRUIKSHANK showing an author seated at his desk with the menacing image of the devil looking at him in the window.

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