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        DOUBLE CURVE DAN, The PITCHER DETECTIVE, or Against Heavy Odds. Beadle's Half Dime Library. Vol. XXIII. No. 581. September 11, 1888

      New York:: Beadle & Adams, 98 William St.. 1888.. 4to. 11" x 8-1/4". 1st printing (Johannsen BEADLE 581-1/2 DL; McCue, p. 58). 15, [1] pp. Text triple column. Advert last page (noting this title as "Ready September 11.").. Printed self-wrappers.. Evidence of prior binding, otherwise VG+ copy of a fragile item.. Rare early title of baseball fiction, the first of 3 "Double Curve Dan" titles written by Jenks. OCLC shows but 3 institutional holdings, and no copies at auction these last 30 years. . Wood engraving to front wrapper showing a pitcher ready to pitch to the waiting batter / catcher.

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        Les reliures d'art à la Bibliothèque Nationale

      Paris: Rouveyre, 1888 First and only edition, limited to 1,000 copies. Handsomely bound in full mottled calf. Gilt spine, tooled in compartments, with brown morocco labels, gilt triple rules on covers, all edges gilt. Gilt inner dentelles, marbled endpapers. Large quarto. 7 x 10." . Eighty plates of bindings, executed by Aron Frères, with printed tissue guards. Fine in very good calf-tipped slipcase. Light wear to slipcase. Ink inscription on a preliminary blank: "Cécile Warnery, cadeau de Caroline Marie Warnery?Schlumberger." We cannot be sure which member of the famous Schlumberger family this is. Original pictorial wrappers bound in.

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        Memorial Of Sarah Pugh: A Tribute Of Respect (One Of Great Abolitionists Of The 19th Century)

      Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1888. 1st Edition. Hardcover Hardcover. Very Good. (American History) Memorial Of Sarah Pugh. A Tribute Of Respect From Her Cousins. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1888. Hardcover. First Edition. One of the great abolitionists of the 19th century. Important anti-slavery movement record. Duodecimo. Toning. Flecking. Very Good. Slight tear at title page. $1000.00

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        Coleccion de Trozos Selectos en los idiomas y dialectos usalos en la PeninsulaIberica. Impresa con los nuevos tipos de la Bastarda Espagnola.

      - Exceptionnel exemplaire, somptueuse reliure aux armesd'Isabelle II reine d' Espagne, dédié à la même, imprimé avec une typographie originale ( àl'anglaise) sur papier Japon impérial très fin. Ce livres contient des textes ou fragments de Cervantès, de la Barca, Louis de Camoès, VictorBalaguer, Verdaguer, Teodior Llorente, Marian Aguilo, Jose M. de Iparraguirre etc. en versionoriginale en Castillan, Basque, Catalan, Portugais, etc. AUTEUR: Collectif ( dont Cervantès TITRE: Coleccion de Trozos Selectos en los idiomas y dialectos usalos en la PeninsulaIberica. Impresa con los nuevos tipos de la Bastarda Espagnola. LIEU: EDITEUR, DATE: Barcelona, Imprenta del Correo Tipografico, 1888 Livre dédié Au su Majestad Dona ISABEL II Reina de Espana, dedica respetuosamente esteejemplar COLLATION: Sans pagination FORMAT: 27 x 19 cm RELIURE: Somptueuse reliure d'époque en plein chagrin, plat en bois épais, sur le premierau centre le monogramme couronné d'Isabelle II d'Espagne. Dos à nerfs. La reliure est ornéd'un très fin décor estampé aux fers dorés. Coupes filetées, dentelles intérieures égalementdorés. ILLUSTRATIONS: Sans ETAT: Exemplaire en très bon état, frais et propre. Legers frottements d'usage sur lacoiffe de tête et deux coins ( sans aucune gravité). POIDS: 1200 g NOUVEAU ! Indiquez-nous vos desiderata pourêtre averti par email de la mise en vente de nouveaux ouvrages qui vous interessent ! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      New York: The Century Co, 1888. First edition. Very Good. First issue in the original tan buckram binding with green and gilt stamping and beveled boards, all page edges gilt. A solid Very Good copy with boards somewhat soiled, minor wear to the spine ends and some pencil markings erased from the front end paper, otherwise a relatively clean tight copy. & & The first major work illustrated by Frederick Remington, who up until that point had only sketched for magazines. Remington would go on to become one of the most prominent artists of the American West. The book is based on Roosevelt's experiences ranching in the Dakota Badlands during the cattle boom of the 1880s. The book documents his everyday routine, herding, hunting and working the ranch, as well as his extraordinary exploits such as the capture of three outlaws and guarding them for 40 straight hours without sleep, while transporting them to trial. A fantastic early account of western life by an American icon and one closely associated with the tough western lifestyle. Very Good.

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        DOUBLE CURVE DAN, The PITCHER DETECTIVE, or Against Heavy Odds. Beadle's Half Dime Library. Vol. XXIII. No. 581. September 11, 1888

      New York:: Beadle & Adams, 98 William St.. 1888.. 4to. 11" x 8-1/4". 1st printing (Johannsen BEADLE 581-1/2 DL; McCue, p. 58). 15, [1] pp. Text triple column. Advert last page (noting this title as "Ready September 11.").. Printed self-wrappers.. Evidence of prior binding, otherwise VG+ copy of a fragile item.. Rare early title of baseball fiction, the first of 3 "Double Curve Dan" titles written by Jenks. OCLC shows but 3 institutional holdings, and no copies at auction these last 30 years. . Wood engraving to front wrapper showing a pitcher ready to pitch to the waiting batter / catcher.

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        Revised Civil Statutes and Laws Passed by the 16th, 17th, 18th.

      1888 - Sayles, John. Sayles, Henry. Revised Civil Statutes and Laws Passed by the 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, & 20th Legislatures of the State of Texas. To Which is Added Notes of the Decisions of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Texas. St. Louis: The Gilbert Book Co., 1888. Two volumes. Octavo (10" x 6-1/2"). Contemporary law calf, blind fillets to boards, rebacked retaining original spines with raised bands, red and black lettering pieces and early owner labels to spines, endpapers renewed. Some rubbing to boards and extremities, corners bumped, minor scuffs and stains to boards, light gatoring to spines, faint dampstaining to foot of binding of Volume II. Moderate toning to text, fold lines to a few leaves. Early owner signatures (of R.C Crane and Crane & Roby) to pastedowns and free endpapers, annotations to a few leaves in each volume, interiors otherwise clean. A nice set. * This was the first digest produced by Sayles and Sayles. A standard work, it was followed by six later volumes and lives on today as Vernon's Sales' Annotated Civil Statutes of Texas. John Sayles was an important figure in the development of Texas law. A prolific author, his works, many of several volumes, include A Treatise on the Practice of the District and Supreme Courts of the State of Texas (1858), Constitution of the State of Texas (1872) and Rules of Pleading and Practice in the Courts of Record in the State of Texas (1882). Henry Sayles was his son. Babbitt, Hand List of Legislative Sessions and Session Laws 535. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memorial Catalogue of the French and Dutch Loan CollectionEdinburgh International Exhibition 1886

      ONT>By William Ernest Henley, 1888 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A decorative record of art from the French and Dutch school as shown at the Edinburgh International Exhibition in 1886. Thirty thousand people thronged the Meadows on May 6, 1886 when Prince Albert Victor opened the International Exhibition of Industry, Science and Art. The Exhibition building was an imposing structure comprising a Grand Hall, fronting the main entrance at Brougham Place. Over 20,000 exhibits illustrated the 'material progress of the age' and there were 1,725 works of art in the fine art galleries. The list of items displayed included 'educational appliances; Italian furniture and marble; violins from Prague; Turkish embroidery; illustrations of mining, pottery, sugar-refining, sea industries, paper-making, printing; and railway, tram-way and other vehicular appliances'. With fifteen plates and numerous illustrations in the text, as well as illuminated capitals. Number 373 of a limited press of 520. Condition: In a brown cloth binding with gilt detailing. Externally sound, though a little rubbed and with some bumping to the corners. Internally, generally firmly bound although strained in places. Pages are bright, with just the odd spot. Some offsetting from illustrations. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Les précurseurs des Félibres (1800-1855), illustrations de paul Marrou, Paris, Quantin, 1888.

      - 1 vol. grand in-8° relié demi-chagrin vert épinard, dos à nerfs, titre doré, fleurons dorés, tête dorée, couverture illustrée conservée Tirage à 500 exemplaires - 351 p. + 22 eaux-fortes hors-texte, envoi de l'auteur, ex-libris, prospectus de la maison Quantin concernant l'ouvrage. Très bel exemplaire [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      1888. With Numerous Illustrations. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1888. Original blue-grey cloth pictorially decorated in black and red. First British Edition of this adventure tale taking place during the American Civil War. This is the tale of the antagonism between Burbank (an anti-slavery Northerner now living near Jacksonville, Florida) and Texar (a pro-slavery Southerner); Texar winds up kidnapping Burbank's daughter and hiding her in the Everglades, and Burbank heads off in search of his daughter -- all as the Civil War rages around them.~NORD CONTRE SUD came out in France in 1887, and by the end of the summer of that year the American pirate publisher George Munro came out with TEXAR'S VENGEANCE in his wrappered Seaside Library. In November 1887, Rand McNally published a hardbound American edition (a different translation) titled TEXAR'S REVENGE. Then this British edition, hardbound and illustrated and the same translation as Rand McNally's, came out in December 1887 (though dated 1888). These were soon followed by Worthington's (New York) 1888 edition of TEXAR'S REVENGE. The book did not get good reviews in America: the New York Daily Tribune wrote,~[In Jules Verne's] story of "Texar"... a very thin streak of narrative is padded to almost unwieldy proportions by a quantity of remarkably inaccurate information about the rebellion. If anyone thought the game worth the candle it would be easy to point out the various comical inaccuracies in the historical part of the story... [quoted in T&M]~This copy is in the deluxe binding style, with all edges gilt; its condition is very good -- spine a bit sunned as always, volume slightly askew. This is a Verne title that we seldom see. Taves & Michaluk V033.

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        Etude clinique sur la maladie de Freidreich

      A. Parent 1888 In-4° broché en exemplaire de thèse, 192 pp. Couverture d'attente de l'époque. Thèse soutenue devant Charcot. C'est historiquement la plus grande thèse de médecine présidée par Charcot. Soca était venu de Montevideo poursuivre ses études à Paris à la Salpetrière. Elle est d'une rareté insigne

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        Smith: A Tragedy

      Glasgow: Frederick W. Wilson and Brother, 1888. Paperback. Very Good in Wraps. Paperback. First Edition. 300 copies printed. SCARCE PRESENTATION COPY of Davidson';s fourth book, inscribed "To Mrs. John A. Cramb with kind regards from John Davidson." John Davidson (1857-1909) was a Scottish poet, playwright, and novelist. His chief talent was as a poet, and his work influenced early Modernists such as T.S. Eliot and Wallace Stevens. Due to personal and financial problems, Davidson ultimately committed suicide. The recipient and her husband, a student, were among Davidson';s closest friends when he attended Edinburgh University. They followed Davidson to London in the early 1890s hoping also for successful literary careers. In the end, John Cramb returned to academic life, becoming professor of Modern History at Queen';s College, London. Cramb had a crucial influence on Davidson';s later works (in particular The Testaments of John Davidson) through his book, The Origins and Destiny of Imperial Britain (1900). In the original parchment wrappers, which are browned and lightly soiled, but otherwise in very good condition. Interior pages are clean and bright, with very light rippling caused by tight signatures. Enclosed in red cloth folder, which is inserted into a red cloth slipcase with quarter leather spine. Gilt title, author, date, and "presentation copy" to spine. 82 pages including publishers catalogue. DRA/051111.

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        The Formation of Vegetable Mould through the Action of Worms with observations on their habits

      London : John Murray, 1888 A very good early copy of Darwin's work on earthworms in the original green cloth binding with gilt lettering and decoration to the spine. The binding is in very good condition being bright and clean and with relatively little wear other than light rubbing to corners and slight pulling to the spine. The original endpapers are present. The title page states that this is the 11th thousand corrected. Contents are very clean and sound. With extensive publisher's catalogue bound at the rear.

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        Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1888

      John Wisden & Co. 1888 - Twenty-fifth edition. Original paper wrappers, darkened. New paper spine with chips to head and tail. A fair copy.

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      Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1888. Forty-Ninth Edition. Hardcover. Contents clean; mild rubbing to spine tips. Near Fine. Octavo (5" x 7-1/2") in original gilt-decorated green cloth. A Grolier American 100 book. This copy INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front blank: "Harold C. Ernst/with the kind regards of/Oliver Wendell Holmes./August 7th 1888." Laid in is an AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED from the author to Dr. Ernst dated 28 February 1891 thanking him for a lecture he sent to Holmes and asking Ernst to keep him informed of the progress in the new department in which he is involved. In full: "I am much obliged to you for your interesting Lecture which I sat down and read as soon as I received it. Therefore you should continue to keep us all informed from time to time of the progress making in this wonderful new department of science to which you are directing yourself." Holmes may be referring to a meeting of the New York Academy of Medicine on 16 October 1890 when Ernst spoke on the rabies virus and vaccination. (Louis Pasteur and Emile Roux developed the first rabies vaccine in 1885.) Apparently a copy that was once owned by Holmes himself as his bookplate is on the front pastedown. Laid in is a 1980 receipt from a bookseller selling each of these two items separately for one hundred and fifty dollars each. Dr. Harold C. Ernst was first a star pitcher on the baseball team at Harvard and later a professor of bacteriology and pathology at Harvard Medical School. In 1919 he was the first recipient in America of the Gold-Headed Cane Award.

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        November Boughs

      Philadelphia: David McKay, 1888. First Edition. First Printing; Octavo (23cm); maroon V cloth, bevelled covers, top edge gilt, and stamped in gilt on the spine and front panel (Blanck's E binding); 140pp. + 1 page ad. One of about 1000 copies bound in hard bevelled covers, and one of two binding variants probably used for the standard trade edition of the book. Some trivial rubbing at the spine ends, small vintage booksellers label partially removed from rear pastedown, and a tiny abraded area near the upper edge of the rear panel; clean throughout and otherwise Near Fine, with the gilt bright and vibrant. An extremely attractive copy. BAL 21430.

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        C. 1888 Group of Large Format Albumen Photographs Including the Eiffel Tower While Under Construction

      France, 1888. Group of 7 photographic images includes: No. 161 Paris L'Hotel de Ville et le Pont d'Arcole X. Phot.; No. 227 Hotel de Cluny L.P. Phot.; the uncredited image of the Eiffel Tower, about 1/2 built, taken from the river side across bridge, with promenade of pedestrians and horse-drawn traffic passing below, dredge-boats in river, construction of other buildings in the distance, most probably for the 1889 World's Fair - the tower was being built as the entry to that; No. 194 Paris. La Sainte-Chapelle et le Palais de Justice L.P. Phot.; No. 142 Paris La Tour St. Jacques et la Rue de Rivoli X. Phot., the street populated with crowds, Credit Lyonnais to right of image - edge loss in a thin triangle at bottom; No. 135 Interieur de la Sainte Chapelle X. Phot.; No. 140 Palais du Trocadero L.P. Photo. - with a tiny side-chip; all of about the same size, approx. 8" x 10 3/4"; all mounted on black paper stock in a in a black period-style album, approx. 11" x 13 1/2", grained 'leatherette' finish with light wear; some fading to images, defects as noted; some wrinkling from laying-down to pages; good to very good overall, the tower photograph particularly arresting. . First Edition. Very Good.

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        Looking Backward, 2000-1887.

      Boston: Ticknor and Company. 1888 - First Edition, First Issue, with the printer's (Arakelyan) imprint on the copyright page and "wore" for "were" on page 210 at line 8. Thick 12mo, 470 pp. Light, olive-green original cloth with titling in black and gilt designs. Penciled name and date at top of title page, reading "Henry Sampson (?) March 1888." An exceptionally fine, tight copy in a morocco-edged slipcase. Sargent p.38. BAL 956. Negley 80. Grolier 100. Lewis p.11ff. right (III) 460. Downs, Books the Changed America 10. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Appletons' Cyclopaedia of American Biography. Six Volume Set

      D. Appleton and Company, 1888. Early. Hardcover Hardcover. Good. Edited by James Grant Wilson and John Fiske. Biographies of above 15,000 prominent native and adopted citizens of the United States, including living persons, from the earliest settlement of the country; also the names of several thousand eminent citizens of Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Chili, Peru, and all the other countries of North and South America. Sixty-one steel engrave portraits. Numerous other illustrations. Six volume set. Calf leather spine and tips with marble boards. Scuffing and shelf rubbing. Good condition. Published by D. Appleton and Company, 1888

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        The History of the Huguenot Settlers in Ireland And Other Literary Remains

      Private Printing. Poor. 1888. Hardcover. Binding in poor condition with cracked spine, 2 cm area of loss to the cloth, mildew staining, corners worn to boards; tanning to feps with owner's contemporaneous signature (Frances Burkitt). ; Engravings; 1 x 10.9 x 8.2 inches; 296, xxii pages; Includes 4 maps, 2 of them coloured, bound together with the Synods of Cashel, nos. 1-9, along with 2 plates and other pamphlets including Gimlette's The Annals of St Olaf's Church. Blue cloth with gold lettering to front, ruled borders. Please enquire about postage before ordering .

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        The Chess Monthly

      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 IV (4). (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, foxing else a very good copy of a scarce item.

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        [1 of 50, Signed by De Vinne, Signed by Author, with ALS] Quinquaginta; A Birthday Book of Verses

      New York: Privately Printed (De Vinne Press), 1888. First edition. Original parchment backed, gray paper covered boards with gilt ruling and leaf design, lettering in dark gray on cover, spine with large gilt lettering. Number 4 of only 50 Copies Printed, signed by De Vinne (publisher) on limitation page. Presentation Copy from author: "To Anna C. Bird/ from her friend,/ W. R. Huntington/ Sept 20/ 1888" WIth lengthy autograph letter from the author Anna Bird, the presentee, a cheery three page letter dated Sept. 20, 1888 (attached to rear endsheet). William Reed Huntington was a prominent 19th Century clergyman and well-respected poet whose work appeared in Stedman's American Anthology. A bright copy with few faults, the fragile parchment backing with almost no wear except for very slight wear to top and bottom of spine. The gilt lettering on spine is still quite bright. Most scarce and a significant example of De Vinne's craft. nb "quinqaginta" means "fifty.

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      1888. With Numerous Illustrations. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1888. One preliminary page undated ads (with this title the last added). Original green cloth pictorially decorated in black. First British Edition, also the first hardbound and first illustrated edition in English, published the year after the French edition titled LE CHEMIN DE FRANCE. This tale takes place during the 1792 defense of France under General Dumouriez against the invading Prussians -- culminating in the "cannonade of Valmy." This was one of Verne's most anti-German tales (along with THE BEGUM'S FORTUNE); to quote from a contemporary British review (cited by T&M),~This is a dangerous theme for a French writer, especially now, when the national feeling runs so high against all that is German... The writer delights to seek in the past a literary revenge for recent disasters, as it seems not to be likely to come in the immediate future... It somewhat mars our enjoyment to hear, so to speak, throughout the gnashing of teeth whenever anything German is mentioned... ~The actual first edition of this title in English was published in wrappers in Toronto, by October 1888; this Sampson Low edition was next, published the following month. In the same month, a wrappered American edition was published by Frank Lovell.~This copy is in the secondary binding of green cloth decorated entirely in black (and thus lacks one of the best features of the primary binding, the gilt "streaks of rain" across the front cover scene). Condition is fine except for a cracked front endpaper. Taves & Michaluk V032; Myers 21.

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        Chambers's encyclopaedia : a dictionary of universal knowledge [complete in 10 volumes]

      London and Edinburgh : William and Robert Chambers ; Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott 1888 - Physical description: 10v. : 39 plates, maps (some col. and folding), illus. ; 28cm. Subjects: Encyclopaedias -- 19th century. Notes: Edited by David Patrick (1849-1914). Text in double columns and within single-line borders. Very good copies in the original gilt-blocked, full maroon leather. Gilt titles and decorative tooling to spines. Blind tooled titles and decorative borders to front and rear panels. Some light rubbing and edge nicks to the spine bands. Panel edges slightly rubbed and dust-dulled, with some minor bumping to the corners. Remains quite well-preserved overall. Provenance: Presentation copy to Arthur H. Moody with a pres. bookplate to the front pastdown of volume 1. 10 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pioneer Days on Puget Sound

      Seattle, W.T:: C.B. Bagley, Printer,, 1888.. Hardcover. 12mo. 83pp. Errata tipped-in at p83, minor pencil correction on page 69. Original brown cloth stamped in silver with blind rules; covers with some minor wear to the extremities, and some incidents of light old staining; front hinge strained at the title-page, a few signatures loose; a Very Good copy. This copy with a presentation inscription on the title-page from one of Arthur & Louisa Denny's grand-daughters, Roberta Frye Watt, dated 1953. SMITH 2408, SOLIDAY II-323, WASHINGTON 89:12, HOWES D253a. // "This is Denny's account of his first ten years on Puget Sound from 1851 to 1861. Clarence Bagley, the printer, was a pioneer newspaperman and a personal friend of Denny. The first edition had a small press run, probably no more than 300 copies, and it was distributed among Denny's friends with no copies being offered for sale. An unknown number were distributed, but the majority were still in Bagley's printing shop when the Seattle fire of 1889 completely destroyed the shop along with all the remaining copies. These circumstances combine to make it one of the rarest of the early Washington Territorial imprints." - Tweney Image or additional images available upon request

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        Nos poètes.

      A. Dupret 1888 - - A. Dupret, Paris _1888, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition originale dont il n'est pas fait mention de grands papiers. Précieux et rare envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à Gyp, comtesse de Martel. Une infime déchirure angulaire sans manque en tête de la première garde, agréable exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Istòri causido dóu Gulistan de Sa'di. Revira dóu persan per Louis Piat [1853-1941]

      Montpellier, Imprimerie Centrale du Midi, Hamelin Frères, 1888. 4to.; 104 pp Cubiertas originales. Una curiosa versión occitana, con notas, del «Jardin de las Rosas», un texto del siglo XIII, la obra más famosa de la literatura persa y uno de los clásicos sufíes, publicada el mismo año en que Sir Richard Burton y F.F. Arbuthnot editaban la primera versión inglesa para la Kama Shastra Society. Sa'di, llamado originalmente Muslih-uddin, nació en Shiraz y estudió en Bagdad, donde permaneció durante treinta años, viajando después entre 1226 y 1256 por Europa, Etiopía, Egipto, Siria, Palestina, Armenia, Turquía, Arabia e Iran, hasta mas allá del Indo, en el Indostan. Después de unos años en Damasco, en Jerusalén fue hecho prisionero por los Francos y condenado a trabajos forzados en Trípoli para ser finalmente liberado por un amigo de Alepo. Volvió a Shiraz donde permaneció hasta el fin de su larga vida entre el sufismo y la poesía. El «Gulistan» es una obra en prosa, con versos intercalados, sobre la sabiduría práctica y las cuestiones morales, en un estilo fácil y amenísimo, con mumerosos pasaje autobiográficos. -

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        Wessex Tales

      London: Macmillan & Co.,, 1888. Strange, Lively and Commonplace. 2 volumes, octavo. Original green cloth, gilt lettered spines and light green ruled band design to top and bottom of front board and spine. Both spines rolled; volume 2: spine somewhat worn and darkened, with rubbing to corners. Both in good condition. Bookplate to volume one. First edition. Scarce: there were 750 copies of this edition published, at 12 shillings, although only 634 copies were actually bound up to be sold at the time.

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        Their Majesties Servants" Annals Of The English Stage From Thomas Betterton To Edmund Kean Edited And Revised by Robert W. Lowe

      London: John Nimmo, 1888. board_book. Scarlet three quarter crushed morocco and marbled boards, matching endpapers. Teg. Near fine. 3 vols./No Dust Jacket. 436, 414, 428 pages. Royal 8vo, 25 1/2 x 17 1/2 cm. Fifty copper engraved portraits, each in two states (one on Japanese and the other on plate paper, as India proofs), and eighty mounted wood-engraved illustrations. Index in each volume. Limited edition, copy 291 of 300. Bound by Dawson & Nicholson. Raised bands, spine panels richly gilt, bookplates, joints and extremities occasionally rubbed, Vol.I front cover rehinged. Internally bright and clean.

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        Mr. Meeson’s Will

      Spencer Blackett, London, 1888. Mr. Meeson’s Will by H. Rider Haggard. Signed first edition in brown quarter leather, brown cloth, leather tips, gold lettering and raised bands. Publisher: Spencer Blackett, London, 1888. Binding is in near fine condition. Contents clean. Flat signed on blank free endpaper. 286 pages. A wonderful copy. Inventory #11-617.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Jacket.

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        Maiwa's Revenge

      London: Longman's, Green, and Co., 1888. i -vi; 216 pps. Very nice 1st ed. copy of this uncommon title. Bound in brown leather, marbled boards and endpapers. TEG. Very minor foxing present. An excellent and unusual find.. Signed by H. Rider Haggard. First Edition / First Printing. Half-Leather. Very Good+/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Colonel Quaritch V.C. A Tale of Country Life

      London, Longmans, Green and Co. 1888, 1888. First Edition. Three Volumes. Author's last work to be published in 'triple-decker' form. Publisher's red cloth, slightly bumped to spine ends. A trifle faded to the spine, somme light spotting, essentially bright, tight and solid. Internally clean with some light marginal spotting. Tipped into the prelims of volume 1 is a compliment slip from the author signed by Haggard (under his hieroglyphic letterhead). This particular copy is a publisher's presentation copy, bearing a presentation blind stamp to the title page. Until recently part of the library of noted bibliographical enthusiast and all round bibliophile; Eric Quayle. A nice copy, housed in an atttactive fleece-lined marbled slip case.

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        COLONEL QUARITCH, V.C. A tale of country life

      Longmans, Green and Co. London.,1888. FIRST EDITION. 3 volumes. 8vo. (7.7 x 5.3 inches). All three volumes are generally clean and tidy throughout but have been re-cased into their original publishers bindings and new blank endpapers have been added. Original red cloth with black lettering to the fonr boards and spines. All three spines are faded but the black lettering is still strong. A few spots and marks to the cloth. Housed in a recent cloth covered slip-case. :

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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      Allahabad: A. H. Wheeler & Co., [1888].. [6],ii,[2],106,ii,[8]pp. Pictorial wrappers. Morocco bookplate of Estelle Doheny. Early restoration to spine, and to a short edge-tear in the lower margin of the title leaf, wrappers a bit smudged and tanned, with small hole in area between the 'A' and 'C' in the title and small surface scrape in border at lower corner, a good copy. Cloth slipcase and chemise. First edition. One of 1500 copies issued as No. 3 of the "Indian Railway Library." The front wrapper illustration is by Kipling's father, printed from a plate engraved at the May School of Art in Lahore, where he was the Principal. Seven of the eight stories collected herein first appeared in the WEEK'S NEWS. RICHARDS A16. STEWART 37. LIVINGSTON 34.

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      SAMPSON LOW, MARSTON, SEARLE AND RIVINGTON. Very Good. 1888. Hardcover. (Provenance: Estate of the renowned Andrew H. Green Family of New York) Cream vellum-like cloth spine with green cloth boards and gilt lettering. Cover has light wear to corners and caps. Cream cloth is mildly age toned. Top corners bumped. Boards and spine are straight. Binding is tight. Pages clean but with mild and ocassional foxing. Front and back end sheets heavily toned. Pages appear unread. Complete with woodcuts and 34 photogravure plates, all protected by tissue. .

      [Bookseller: New Boston Fine and Rare Books]
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        Life in the Backwoods from the Original Photographs Taken by

      London: London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company Limited [circa 1888], 1st Edition. () 84pp. Very good. Oblong quarto. (29.5 X 22.5 cm.) Bound in original half morocco and decorated white paper covered boards. Gilt decoration and title on the front board. Fabric covered endpapers. Decorative borders to each page caption. Full page photogravure illustrations. All edges gilt. A bit of soiling but overall a great copy. Rare with only one copy showing up on Copac. Not in Lowther, or any other standard bibliography of the subject. The book consists of single page photos with single page captions opposite. The photos are photogravure and represent cabin life, trapping, hunting, and all of the details of camp life. Inscribed and signed by the author on the front endpaper. Overall a very attractive copy of this rare item..

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        Le pain du péché.

      Alphonse Lemerre 1888 - - Alphonse Lemerre, Paris _1888, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition originale de la traduction française établie par Paul Arène du drame provençal de Théodore Aubanel, il n'est pas fait mention de grands papiers. Précieux envoi autographe signé de Paul Arène à Rodolphe Salis au crayon de papier. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Les Sonnets du docteur. Deuxième édition

      Paris: Chez la plupart des libraires, 1888. Livre. Illus. by Félicien Rops - Louis Legrand - Emile Bayard. Très bon. Demi-reliure à coins. Ed. En Partie Originale. Paris, Chez la plupart des libraires, 1888. (imp. Darantière, Dijon). 23,5 x 16,5 cm (R), in-8, 70 pp. - 1 f. n. ch. reproduisant l'ex-libris de l'auteur - fac-similé d'une lettre de Charles Moncelet tiré sur Chine - 4 gravures hors texte dont deux eaux-fortes par Félicien Rops ("Ecchymoses" et "Auscultation"), une par Emile Bayard et une par Louis Legrand ("Transformisme"), texte dans un encadrement rouge, ornements typographiques, reliure de demi-chagrin havane à coins, dos à 4 nerfs se prolongeant sur les plats, pièce de titre, tête dorée, couvertures parcheminées conservées (le dernier plat est illustré). Deuxième édition, en partie originale (8 sonnets ne sont pas dans l'édition de 1884). Tirage à 200 exemplaires, celui-ci l'un des 100 de tête sur Japon. La préface d'Armand Silvestre, elle aussi inédite, révèle le nom de l'auteur, mort peu avant. Cette édition des fameux sonnets bizarres et décadents de l'ophtalmologiste dijonnais est la plus recherchée car elle est la première à contenir ces quatre belles eaux-fortes (notamment les deux Rops) et parce que son tirage est plus restreint que les autres. Ex-libris du Dr C. Baudoux. Dos légèrement passé et petites taches au cuir, sans gravité. (VICAIRE, II, 39).

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        Mule Train Crossing the Sierra

      [circa 1888]. () Fine. Photogravure print. 38 X 28 CM (16 X 11") with image 26 X 20 CM (10.25" X 8"). Printed on thick cream card with a subtle blind stamped border surrounding image. A beautiful print made even more wonderful by the artists original signature. Signed below the image in pencil by the artist. Frederic Sackrider Remington (October 4, 1861 – December 26, 1909) was an American painter, illustrator, sculptor, and writer who specialized in depictions of the Old American West, specifically concentrating on the last quarter of the 19th century American West and images of cowboys, American Indians, and the U. S. Cavalry. This image shows, in rich tones, a mule train where one rider is present and the animals have stopped to take a drink..

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        The Master of Ballantrae from Scribner's Magazine

      89 - New York; London - Charles Scribner's Sons; F. Warne & Co., 1888 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Attention fans of RLS! The first appearance of a Stevenson masterpiece,The Master of Ballantrae, extracted from Scribner's Magazine. With the title and spine of the original Scribner's Magazine to the front and rear pastedowns respectively. With several of the William Hole illustrations included. This a collection of the first printed serial appearances of The Wrecker extracted from Scribner's Magazine and bound as one complete work. High quality paper has been laid down covering superfluous text to make for a continuous narrative. Includes the original Scribner's Magazine title pages laid down. his most complex and profound study of evil, the tragic story The Master of Ballantrae. It relates with great power and subtlety the bitter antagonism between two brothers in the period after the 1745 rising and the destructive effects of their hatred. In spite of its flawed ending it is generally regarded as a masterpiece. Stevenson continued the novel in Tahiti and finished it after much effort in Hawaii in April 1889, after it had already begun serialization in Scribner's -DNB. Condition: In a recent half morocco leather binding. Externally, near fine, with a little fading. Internally, firmly bound, with the very occasional spot or mark. Overall: NEAR FINE..

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        The butterflies of the eastern United States and Canada with special reference to New England

      Cambridge, Mass.: published by the Author, [November 1888 - October] 1889. 3 volumes, quarto. (10 5/8 x 7 3/4 inches). Half-titles, 2pp. list of subscribers, 2 small format errata slips. 3 portrait frontispieces (1 chromolithographed, 1 printed in three colours, 1 uncoloured), 1 folding uncoloured map, 3 maps printed in three colours (2 folding), 89 maps and plates (21 chromolithographs [10 of butterflies and moths, 4 of eggs, 4 of caterpillars and 3 of pupa,] 15 distribution maps printed in two colours, 53 uncoloured.) (Old creasing to folding map at back of vol.III). Contemporary red half morocco gilt, spines in six compartments with raised bands, lettered in the second and fourth, sprinkled edges (extremities rubbed, joints weak). An important 19th-century colour plate book and American natural history work Samuel Scudder's work, one of the most important books about butterflies published in America in the 19th century, was an elaborate publication employing the latest production methods for the plates. The work exemplifies the rapidly changing late 19th-century world of illustration technology, with the finely executed chromolithographs by Thomas Sinclair & Son and Julius Bien & Co. of Philadelphia being complemented by the more scientifically precise images in black and white. These were produced using gelatin-process photographs, photogravures, and electrotypes. Most sets of Scudder's work are found bound in three volumes, each with its own titlepage dated 1889 (as here). It is known however that the work was issued by Scudder in monthly parts over the course of a year, from November 1888 to October 1889. Particularly full information is given about the origins and production of each plate: it is interesting to note that the artists of the original drawings used in the compilation of the coloured plates of butterflies and moths (all printed by Sinclair) included J.H. Blake, S.L. Smith, G.A. Poujade and Louis Trouvelot (best known now for his astronomical drawings). Bennett p.96; BM(NH) IV, p.1888; McGrath pp.46 & 148; Reese Stamped with a National Character 106

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        Looking Backward 2000-1887

      Boston: Ticknor & Company, 1888. First Edition. Octavo (19cm); original gray cloth; 470pp. Blanck's earliest printing, with imprint of printer J.J. Arakelyan on verso of title page; "wore" for "were" on p.210. Laid in are an original albumen photographic portrait of Bellamy and a card signed by the author, each with evidence of having been removed from an album - as found, but of unknown (and perhaps dubious) provenance. The book shows a bit of external soil, with dulling to spine gilt; endpapers foxed; text clean, and overall in an excellent state of preservation, easily Very Good.& & Without question the most influential 19th-century American utopia, and included among the Grolier Club's One Hundred Influential Books Printed Before 1900. Looking Backward spawned not only a host of literary imitators, accounting for the great profusion of utopian fantasies between 1890 and 1900, but also inspired a great many American social and political movements during the Progressive Era; "Bellamy Clubs" became a prominent feature of social life in all but the least progressive of American cities, and many of their members went on to influential careers in social reform and politics. Though almost continuously in print from the date of publication until the present day, the first printing has long been considered an uncommon and desirable book; the present copy among the better examples we have handled, and of special interest for the included portrait and autograph. GROLIER 100. SARGENT p.38. NEGLEY 80. LEWIS p.11ff.

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        Manuscrit autographe inédit : Madame Thésée (nouvelles), 1888-1889 [suivi de] Impressions Modernistes

      1888. Manuscrit. Très bon. Bradel. Signé par l'auteur. Petit In-4. Un album de 197 ff. manuscrits et composé à l'époque, de 23,5 x 18 cm, relié à la bradel en pleine percaline bordeaux, pièce de titre au dos, 2 ff. (page de titre générale et dédicace à Edouard Drumont) - 13 ff. (Madame Thésée) - 9 ff. (Rondels en prose) - 10 ff. (Enterrement d'artiste) - 7 ff. (Le Clown) - 6 ff. (Du cimetière) - 4 ff. (Noël triste) - 34 pp. et 1 f. bl. (Vieille fille - version corrigée) - 7 ff. (La Mendiante) - 6 ff. (La Marte) - 10 ff. (Nocturne sombre) - 8 ff. (Obsession subtille) - 15 ff. (Tante Lili) - 21 ff. (Adultère sentimental) - 9 ff. (L'Ouvrier) - 10 ff. (In extremis) - 1 f. (page de titre des Etudes modernistes) - 6 ff. (Le Rêve) - 9 ff. (Causerie) - 10 ff. (Impression d'automne) - 10 ff. (Dillettantisme) - 7 ff. (Insomnie) - 1 f. bl. Environ 25 lignes par feuillet. Important recueil de nouvelles composé par l'auteur et dédié à Edouard Drumont. La plupart d'entre elles semblent inédites, à l'exception de "Enterrement d'artiste", parue dans Comoedia. Toutes les nouvelles, sauf "Vieille fille", sont en premier jet et comportent de nombreuses ratures et corrections, certaines sont agrémentées de remarques en regard et de papillons contrecollés. Elles sont toutes signées, datées de 1888 ou 1889 et situées, soit à Dèe (?) soit au Gaudinet (lieux-dit de Nantes à côté duquel se trouve désormais une rue Thomas Maisonneuve). L'écriture est généralement facilement déchiffrable, ce qui fait de ce manuscrit une lecture agréable. Poète breton, Thomas Maisonneuve a commis également des pièces de théâtre et au moins un roman assez crû : Décadence (étude d'artiste). Il a publié également plusieurs nouvelles dans la revue Comoedia, dont l'une est présente dans le manuscrit. Une note datée de 1907 disant qu'il fallait rétablir une nouvelle "si volume il y a un jour" nous indique que l'auteur travaillait encore à cette date à son recueil et qu'il s'interrogeait sur l'opportunité de le publier. Un ensemble exceptionnel, presque intégralement inédit, et en fort bel état malgré des usures à la percaline..

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        Recherches sur l'absorption de la lumiere. Thèses presentees a la faculté des sciences de Paris pour obtenir le grade de docteur ès sciences physiques.Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1888. First edition.

      Becquerel's doctoral thesis on the absorption of light in crystals. Norman 156.<br/><br/> "On March 15, 1888 he submitted his thesis 'Recherches sur l'absorption de la lumière' (Research on the absorption of light). Antoine Henri had been interested in the absorption of light by crystals since 1886 and showed the importance of crystal symmetry in the absorption spectra of polarized light. He noticed that tetravalent uranium compounds were not phosphorescent, whereas uranyl salts exhibited a bright luminescence under the same conditions of excitation. Interestingly enough this was the second experiment performed by a Becquerel on uranium. Like his father, Antoine Henri was fascinated by the phenomenon of phosphorescence, and at the time nobody suspected the secret hidden in the mysterious element. This strange coincidence might be regarded as a premonitory sign of destiny or as the first step towards a major discovery." (Adloff: 100 Years after the Discovery of Radiochemistry, p.5).<br/><br/> Six other doctoral thesis bound in (of which Deslandres' is another important work): Deslandres, <i>Spectres de bandes ultra-violets des métalloïdes avec une faible dispersion</i>, 1888; <br/><br/> Berson, <i>De l'influence de la température sur l'aimantation</i>, 1886; <br/><br/> Perot, <i>Sur la mesure du volume spécifique des vapeurs saturées, et détermination de l'équivalent mécanique de la chaleur</i>, 1887; <br/><br/> Gouré de Villemontée, <i>Recherches sur la différence de potentiel au contact d'un métal et d'un liquid</i>, 1888; <br/><br/> Vautier, <i>Recherches expérimentales sur la vitesse d'écoulement des liquides par un orifice en mince paroi</i>, 1888; <br/><br/> Chauvin, <i>Recherches sur la polarisation rotatoire magnétique dans le spath d'Islande</i>, 1889. <br/><br/> Provenance: probably compiled by the terrestrial physicist and oceanographer Alphonse Berget, with his bookplate to the front paste down and his initials in gilting to the spine.. 4to (266 x 213 mm), fine red morocco with green vellum corners from about 1900 with gilt spine lettering listing the seven authors. Very fine and clean throughout

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      New York & San Francisco: J. Dewing Company, 1888. hardcover. Occasional finger smudge but contents quite clean and complete. The joints on both volumes are split but the covers are still tightly held by the cords. The leather has typically dried and flaked but has been professionally treated with a deacidifier and buffering salt to lessen further damage and to avoid powder deposits. Binding still quite good; contents fine. Two large, heavy folio volumes (11-1/2" x 15") bound in publisher's gilt-ruled and lettered brown morocco and cloth with the title in gilt and a gilt design of a bear on a branch. xii, 218; (ii) 219-478 pages. BAL 14744: Unknown Format A, called a reprint by Blanck. A number of authors contributed to this work with Muir, who contributed 7 articles, listed as the editor. Illustrated with over 600 etchings, photogravures, wood engravings, photo-etchings, etc. including 120 full page tissue-guarded plates by a number of artists including Thomas Moran, Frederick Remingon, Frederick Cozzens, Thomas Hill, and others. Among these are 13 ORIGINAL ETCHINGS including one by Thomas Moran--"The Half Dome-View From Moran Point"--and another after him. A beautiful book on the American West, mostly California, abundantly illustrated.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Wee Willie Winkie [Indian Railway Library Series]

      Allahabad: A.H. Wheeler and Co., London: Sampson Low Marston and Company [1888]., 1888. Short stories. First Edition, later issue, SIGNED on title by Author. A &#39;Wheeler&#39; pamphlet published in India at 1 Rupee or in the UK at 1 shilling. Internally clean but for a little thumbing and toning, fragile covers were chipped and edgeworn, now simply and effectively restored . Housed in a custom-made gilt titled drop-back cloth case. A rare signed edition of Kipling&#39;s popular &#39;Child&#39; stories. [Stewart] See also Wilson; The Strange Ride of Rudyard Kipling, Amis; Kipling and his World.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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