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        Journeys in Persia and Kurdistan.

      London: John Murray,, 1891. Including a Summer in the Upper Karun Region and a Visit to the Nestorian Rayahs. By Mrs. Bishop (Isabella L. Bird). 2 volumes, octavo (204 x 130 mm). Original light blue cloth, spines lettered in gilt, front boards decoratively stamped in blue with titles and concentric frames gilt, patterned endpapers, fore and bottom edges untrimmed. Photographic frontispiece to vol. 1, 12 engraved plates including the frontispiece to vol. 2, engravings to the text. Bookplate of Francis Gray Smart (1844–1912, physician and pioneer of homeopathy) to front pastedowns. Tips bumped, trivial mark to vol. 1 spine, superficial splits to vol. 1 inner hinge and to head of vol. 2 front joint. An excellent copy. First edition of one of the most important English accounts of Persia in the 19th century (Wright, The English Amongst the Persians, p. 149), by "the most notable woman traveller of her time" (ODNB). "The archetypal Victorian Lady Traveller … Isabella Bird did not begin her travelling career until quite late in life … for until she was forty she was occupied as the family spinster in caring for her parents" (Robinson). For health reasons she sailed for Australia, New Zealand the Sandwich Islands, then visiting in China and Japan. Following a trip to India in 1879, Bird landed at Basra on 1 January 1880 intending "to ride across little known parts of Turkey and Persia, to visit Christian outposts and the ancient communities of the Armenians and Nestorians in Kurdistan. She fell in with Major Herbert Sawyer of the Indian army. Her reputation as a traveller must have preceded her, for the tough officer of thirty-eight agreed to set off with the widow of sixty (said to be in poor health). On 21 January 1890 they left Baghdad for Tehran on the roughest journey in her experience. It took them forty-five days, through driving and drifting snow, sheltering at night in overcrowded and filthy caravanserai. So impressed was Sawyer with his companion's courage and efficiency that he took her with him on his official journey among the Bakhtiari tribespeople of south-west Persia" (ODNB). After Bird finished helping Sawyer with his survey work, she rode north for the Black Sea. Bird's obituary in The Guardian considered her account "in some respects … the best of her works, for both country and people and people are full of interest and variety, and her journey included a visit to some of the little-known Christian settlements in Syria, whose archaic ceremonies and and curious way of living she sympathetically describes". The year after publication Bird (1831–1904) became the first woman elected to the Royal Geographical Society.

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        A Ride to India. Across Persia and Baluchistan.

      London: Chapman and Hall, Limited, 1891 - Octavo. Original light blue cloth, spine lettered in silver, fire-dancer vignette to front board in black and copper, fore and bottom edges untrimmed. Ownership inscription dated 1924 to front free endpaper, later bookplate completed in manuscript to front pastedown. Spine gently rolled, tips and spine-ends very lightly rubbed, front board faintly sunned along top edge, short (25 mm) closed tear to map at fold costing one letter, internally clean. An excellent copy with bright plates. Frontispiece, 11 plates and 10 illustrations to the text, all by Herbert Walker after the author, and a folding area map to the rear. First edition. In 1889 De Windt rode on horseback from Tbilisi to Bombay, travelling through Baku, Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz, Bushire, Baluchistan and Quetta. He served as aide-de-camp to his brother-in-law Charles Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak, from 1876 to 1878, and also travelled widely across Russia, including a journey to Western Siberia in 1890 to inspect the region's prisons. Scarce in this condition. Wilson, Bibliography of Persia, p. 246. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Das Märchen. Schauspiel in drei Aufzügen. Manuskript. [In Sammelband mit 5 weiteren Bühnenstücken aus der Zeit.].

      Wien, Druck von Carl Steinhardt 1891. 8°. 118(2) S. Mit 2 Bühnenskizzen. Halbleinenband der Zeit m. Deckelbezügen aus Achatmarmorpapier u. Rü.präg (?Theater 33.?). Buchdeckel mit Kratzspuren, Rü. geblichen, Deckelkanten abgerieben, papierbedingt gebräunt. - Auf Titelblatt mit eh. Widmung `Herrn Hofschauspieler Max Devrient hochachtungsvoll. ArtSch`. \"Kosch 15, 660; vgl. WG² 2 (hier die erste Buchausgabe von 1894). Als ?Manuskript? gedruckte erste Ausgabe von Schnitzlers frühem Bühnenstück ?Das Märchen?. Drei Jahre vor der ersten Buchausgabe 1894 (bei Pierson in Dresden) erschienen und zwei Jahre vor ?Anatol? (1893). Schnitzler begann 1890 mit der Arbeit zu ?Das Märchen?, in dem der Schriftsteller Fedor Denner die Schauspielerin Fanny Theren liebt, doch es gelingt ihm nicht zu vergessen, daß er für sie nicht ?der erste? Liebhaber ist. ?S. schreibt sein erstes großes Bühnenstück in drei Akten, das auch ein Versuch ist, sich von der besessenen Eifersucht auf die Vergangenheit [] zu befreien. ?Begann das ?Mährchen? zu schreiben. ?Das Mährchen von der Gefallenen?. Befreie mich. ? Psychologisches aus meinem Verhältnis mit Mz. [d.i. Marie (Mizi) Glümer].? Notiert er im November 1890 in sein Tagebuch und am 26. Februar 1891: ?[?Das Mährchen?] Endet schlecht. ? Wie wird?s in Wirklichkeit enden??. (vgl. Farese, Arthur Schnitzler. Ein Leben in Wien. S.40ff.). Das Stück wurde am 1. Dezember 1893 am Wiener Volkstheater uraufgeführt. Es fällt durch und wird nur mehr ein einziges Mal gezeigt, dann verschwindet es vom Spielplan. ? Mit Widmung an den deutschen Schauspieler Maximilian Paul Devrient (1857-1929), der als einer der herausragendsten deutschsprachigen Schauspieler des ausgehenden 19. Jahrhunderts galt. Bereits 1882 wurde er an das Burgtheater in Wien engagiert, das zum Mittelpunkt seines künstlerischen Schaffens als Schauspieler wie auch als Regisseur wurde. 1911 spielte er in der Besetzung der Uraufführung von Schnitzlers ?Das weite Land? mit. ? Der Sammelband enthält außerdem: Fitger, A[rthur]. Die Hexe. 1885. / L?Arronge, Adolph. Hasemann?s Töchter. o.J. / Fortis, Leone. Kunst und Liebe. 1896. / Lope de Vega, König und Bauer. Bearbeitung v. August Förster. 1887. / Edler, Karl Erdm. Theodora. 1881. - DIESES OBJEKT UNTERLIEGT DER DIFFERENZBESTEUERUNG.\" Versand D: 15,00 EUR Widmungsexemplare, Signierte Bücher, Theater, Schauspiel, Drama, Österreich, Wiener Moderne

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        Legislation sur les Raisins Secs: Etude et Commentaire

      Montpellier / Paris: Camille Coulet / G. Masson. 1891. First. First edition. 12mo. 168 (2)pp. Contemporary cloth and papercovered boards with leather spine label. Two small, attractive bookplates of Arthur Christian, lightly rubbed, else a near fine copy. Scarce. .

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        The Pearl of Great Price: Being a Choice Selection from the Revelations, Translations and Narrations of Joseph Smith

      Salt Lake City, UT: George Q. Cannon & Sons Company, 1891. 4th edition. Hardcover. 90pp. Octavo [22 cm] Blue cloth with gilt stamped title on the front board. Very good. Minor rubbing to the corners. Gentle fading to the boards. Inscription on the front free endsheet. Includes all three facsimiles from The Book of Abraham, including facsimile #2, as a three part folding plate, which is in very nice condition. Flake/Draper 6171.

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        Binding, Fine- Otto Zahn, The Toof Bindery] Lapsus Calami

      Macmilla and Bowes, Cambridge 1891 - Small 8vo. Bound in rich tan full morocco with elegant gilt flowing vine and leaf pattern on extremities of both covers and all over spine, by Otto Zahn, noted German born bookbinder who studied with Zaehnsdorf, and did most of his work in the U.S. at the Toof Bindery, and also on his own. Gilt inner dentelles, attractive giold and light pink decorated endpapers, signed in gilt pallet from dentelle: "B. C. Toof & Co./ Zahn." Fine. Bindings bound by Otto Zahn are extremely scarce, most being in private possession.

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        Reisen in Afrika 1875-1886. Erster Band (1875-1878). Nach seinen Tagebüchern unter der Mitwirkung von Richard Buchta herausgegeben von dem Reisenden. Zweiter Band (1879-1882). Nach seinen Tagebüchern bearbeitet und herausgegeben von dem Reisenden. Dritter Band (1882-1886). Nach seinen Tagebüchern bearbeitet und herausgegeben von dem Reisenden.

      Wien und Olmütz, Eduard Hölzel, 1889-1891. - 3 Bände. Ca. 23,3 x 17 cm. XVI Seiten, 585 (1) Seiten, mit 38 Vollbildern, 125 Illustrationen im Text und 9 (davon 1 gefaltete) Karten; XVI Seiten, 560 Seiten, mit 35 Vollbildern, 130 Illustrationen im Text und 6 Karten; XVI Seiten, 740 Seiten, mit 47 Vollbildern und 130 Illustrationen im Text von Fischer und Rheinfelder, 10 (davon eine lose gefaltete Karte im Anhang) Karten und einem Carton von Hassenstein und mehreren Plänen. Kainbacher (3. A.) 204. Kapitale minimal berieben. Bemerkenswert wohlerhaltenes Exemplar. Grüne, illustrierte Original-Leinenbände. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Main-Travelled Roads: Six Mississippi Valley Stories.

      Boston: Arena Publishing Co., 1891. 8vo, original blue cloth, silver lettering. Garland's first substantial book (preceded only by the play Under the Wheel) which foreshadows all of his early realistic fiction on working men and women, particularly Midwestern farmers. This original edition did not sell well, but was extensively reviewed and praised as the work of a promising young writer. There were numerous subsequent editions (including one by Stone & Kimball). ¶ Inscribed on the front free endpaper "For Miss Minna Smith / My Friendly Critic - much / valued. / Hamlin Garland / Roxbury. / Nov. 3/91." Minna Smith and her sister Gertrude were minor Boston authors and close to the circle of authors (Mary Wilkins Freeman, Alice Brown, Bradford Torrey, Alice Guiney, et al.) that nurtured the young Garland and listened to and commented on his literary lectures. Poor quality paper a little browned; very good copy.

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        LITTLE MINISTER

      London Cassell and Co 1891 - 3 volumes. First edition, with 16 pages of ads dated "5 G.9.91." 8vo, original brown cloth lettered in gilt on spines. 232, ads; 239; 232. Internally clean and tight with hinges unrepaired, original cloth in good order and now housed in a fine half morocco slipcase. SCARCE, especially so in original cloth. THE LITTLE MINISTER was Barrie’s first work to achieve a high level of success and largely established his reputation. It is a sentimental novel that Barrie would also later produce on stage, again successfully. The work was written over 15 years prior to the introduction of his most famous character, Peter Pan. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gilbertianae. Isthmian Rhymes

      (Great Barrington MA): (Douglas Bros.). (1891). First. First edition. Cloth gilt. Boards a bit soiled, and corners slightly worn, a solid, very good or better copy. Published (sort of) anonymously, this copy is Inscribed by the author: "G.A. Cunningham, Jr. with the kindest regards of the Author. Colon, P.I. 1893." The author, James Stanley Gilbert, worked in the isthmus of Panama starting in 1886 for the Panama Railroad Company, later becoming an agent for a steamship company. He was one of the first Americans to write about pre-canal Panama, and was known as "The Poet of Panama." While his poetry was both popular and well-regarded in a Kiplingesque-manner, his status as a businessman-poet hurt his reputation with critics generally. Although his later book, Panama Patchwork, was re-issued many times (thirteen printings between 1906-1935), this title is very uncommon, especially signed. OCLC lists but one copy in an American library (Brown University). .

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        Das Märchen. Schauspiel in drei Aufzügen. Manuskript. [In Sammelband mit 5 weiteren Bühnenstücken aus der Zeit.].

      Wien, Druck von Carl Steinhardt 1891. - 8°. 118(2) S. Mit 2 Bühnenskizzen. Halbleinenband der Zeit m. Deckelbezügen aus Achatmarmorpapier u. Rü.präg (?Theater 33.?). Buchdeckel mit Kratzspuren, Rü. geblichen, Deckelkanten abgerieben, papierbedingt gebräunt. - Auf Titelblatt mit eh. Widmung 'Herrn Hofschauspieler Max Devrient hochachtungsvoll. ArtSch'. Kosch 15, 660; vgl. WG 2 (hier die erste Buchausgabe von 1894). Als ?Manuskript? gedruckte erste Ausgabe von Schnitzlers frühem Bühnenstück ?Das Märchen? Drei Jahre vor der ersten Buchausgabe 1894 (bei Pierson in Dresden) erschienen und zwei Jahre vor ?Anatol? (1893). Schnitzler begann 1890 mit der Arbeit zu ?Das Märchen?, in dem der Schriftsteller Fedor Denner die Schauspielerin Fanny Theren liebt, doch es gelingt ihm nicht zu vergessen, daß er für sie nicht ?der erste? Liebhaber ist. ?S. schreibt sein erstes großes Bühnenstück in drei Akten, das auch ein Versuch ist, sich von der besessenen Eifersucht auf die Vergangenheit [] zu befreien. ?Begann das ?Mährchen? zu schreiben. ?Das Mährchen von der Gefallenen? Befreie mich. ? Psychologisches aus meinem Verhältnis mit Mz. [d.i. Marie (Mizi) Glümer].? Notiert er im November 1890 in sein Tagebuch und am 26. Februar 1891: ?[?Das Mährchen?] Endet schlecht. ? Wie wird?s in Wirklichkeit enden?? (vgl. Farese, Arthur Schnitzler. Ein Leben in Wien. S.40ff.). Das Stück wurde am 1. Dezember 1893 am Wiener Volkstheater uraufgeführt. Es fällt durch und wird nur mehr ein einziges Mal gezeigt, dann verschwindet es vom Spielplan. ? Mit Widmung an den deutschen Schauspieler Maximilian Paul Devrient (1857-1929), der als einer der herausragendsten deutschsprachigen Schauspieler des ausgehenden 19. Jahrhunderts galt. Bereits 1882 wurde er an das Burgtheater in Wien engagiert, das zum Mittelpunkt seines künstlerischen Schaffens als Schauspieler wie auch als Regisseur wurde. 1911 spielte er in der Besetzung der Uraufführung von Schnitzlers ?Das weite Land? mit. ? Der Sammelband enthält außerdem: Fitger, A[rthur]. Die Hexe. 1885. / L?Arronge, Adolph. Hasemann?s Töchter. o.J. / Fortis, Leone. Kunst und Liebe. 1896. / Lope de Vega, König und Bauer. Bearbeitung v. August Förster. 1887. / Edler, Karl Erdm. Theodora. 1881. - DIESES OBJEKT UNTERLIEGT DER DIFFERENZBESTEUERUNG. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Leaves of Grass, Including Sands at Seventy ... Ist Annex, Good-bye My Fancy ... 2d Annex, A Backward Glance O'er Travel'd Roads, and Portrait from Life

      Philadelphia: David McKay, ca. 1891-2. Hardcover. Fair. 438 p. 20 cm. Portrait with tissue guard inserted between pp. 28 and 29. Green paper hardcover with gold print. Top edge gilt, others deckled. Original spine with surface chipping to both hinges. Spine head pulled away at fornt board hinge. Front hinge cracking, corners and edges a bit rubbed. Ink signature on front free endpaper. Some foxing to endpapers. Some pages tore and chipped when cut. Leaves 11 and 14 are not cancels but 1/8" shorter at bottom than the rest of the text block. "Reprint, but included here as Whitman's final arrangement of this work." BAL 21441. Binding # 3, Printing # 2.

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        Ptilorhis paradisea, Rifle-bird, Australian.

      Ptilorhis paradisea, Rifle-bird, Australian. £850

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        MRS A. B. MARSHALL'S LARGER COOKERY BOOK OF EXTRA RECIPES. DEDICATED BY PERMISSION TO H. R. H. PRINCESS CHRISTIAN

      London: Marshall's School of Cookery and Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co, 1891. First edition. Inner hinges reinforced, some edgewear and bumping to corners, else very good. First edition. Quarto. 656p, 28p illustrated ads. 284 illustrations including portrait frontispiece. Publisher's green pebbled cloth over beveled boards with gilt titles on spine and upper cover, covers with frames in blind. "An entrepreneur, innovator, and inventor, Agnes Marshall was probably the foremost Victorian cookbook writer, and made unique contributions to the development of ices and ice cream. She apparently originated the edible ice-cream cone... [Her] Larger Cookery Book of Extra Recipes, as much a prestige publication as a practical cookbooks, and aimed at the haute cuisine end of the market." (Alice Arndt. Culinary Biographies, p. 257-8) Her other book are The Book of Ices, 1885: Mrs. A. B. Marshall's Book of Cookery, 1888; Fancy Ices, 1894. Bitting p. 310.

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        Documents Epigraphiques Recueillis Dans Le Nord De l'Arabie par M. Charles Doughty. With an Introduction by Ernest Renan.

      Imprimerie Nationale, Paris 1891 - 64 pp. of which 6 pages in French (introduction by Ernest Renan), 58 pp. English text by Doughty, 67 engraved plates of which 16 drawings, 3 maps & 9 folding plates, title gilt & tipped in on front cover, minor dampness at margins of few pages, extracts from ‘Notices Et Extraits des Manuscits de la Bibliotheque National et Autres Bibliotheques’, Tome XXIV. antiquities, arabian peninsula, middle east travel, exploration, charles doughty, nabatean inscriptions, saudi arabia, Aramaic, judaica, Semitic epigraphy, Ernest Renan. The publication of this volume follows long negotiations during which Doughty tried unsuccessfully to sell the Nabatean inscriptions he brought back with him from North Africa in the years 1876-77, to the British Museum and then to the Royal Geographical Society and the Royal Museum of Berlin. The Paris based Academie des Inscriptions were preparing to publish, under the direction of Ernest Renan, a Corpus of Semitic Inscriptions. Doughty accepted their offer to publish this volume quickly (under the pressure of Huber's second visit to Northern Arabia) and for no remuneration except for 150 free copies. Renan and the Epigraphists J.Derenbourg, de Vogue, P. Berger, J. Halévy and Clermont -Ganneau translated the 27 Nabatean texts copied in Midian-Saleh. These inscriptions in Aramaic show that most of the Surnames are in Arabic, which proves the origins of these Nabateans. Doughty deposited his copies of the book with Klincksieck, the bookseller that Renan's recommended, but by the end of 1885 only 31 copies were sold. Some of the plates in this book were later used for ‘Arabia Deserta’, and Cambridge University Press had to borrow them from the Academie for a fee which aroused Doughty's indignation on the grounds that he had originally supplied them for free. Bibliographic note: Macro 855. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Leçons cliniques sur l'hystérie et l'hypnotisme faites à l'Hôpital Saint-André de Bordeaux. Ouvrage précédé d'une lettre-préface de M. le Professeur J. M. Charcot.

      Paris, O. Doin, 1891, 2 vol. in 8°, de Xpp., 1f., 531pp., 75 figures in t., 6 planches h.t., et 2ff., 551pp., 58 figures in t., 10 planches photo h.t., demi-chagrin brun époque, bon exemplaire. Très rare première édition. Disciple de Charcot, Pitres reprend dans les leçons les principaux points du dogme de la Salpétrière. Les planches h.t. sont d'après les photographies originales de F. Panajou, chef du service de photographie de la Faculté de Bordeaux et quelques reproductions de gravures tirées de l'ouvrage de Carré de Montgeron sur les convulsionnaires de Saint-Médard (1731). ¶ Waller I, 7477 - Barrucand, hist. de l'hypnose 144 - Caillet n°8710.

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        La Vie Populaire : année 1891 complète

      First edition of this illustrated magazine bi-weekly serials are engaged in unpublished, are previously published texts of the most illustrious writers of the late siècle.bindings half shagreen cherry back with five nerves decorated nets with small cold traces of rubbing, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, first boards cover illustrated preserved bindings époque.Riches the literary contributions including those of G. de Maupassant, Verlaine P., H. Ibsen, J. Lorrain, A. Daudet including the complete delivery of "Port-Tarascon," H. Malot with an unpublished novel "Anie" A. Villiers de l'Isle Adam, A. France, T. de Banville, J. Richepin, E. Zola with full delivery of "Money," with P. Loti "Suleima" Courteline G., E. de Goncourt, Papus, G. Rodenbach, Leconte de Lisle, C. Cros ... Contributions pictorial A. Rodin, JP Laurens, JL Forain, JF Raffaelli ... Nice and rare set despite a few minor foxing. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! La Vie populaire Paris 1er Janvier au 31 Décembre 1891 24,5x32,5cm 104 fascicules reliés en 2 volumes

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        MIYAKO NO NISHIKI

      1891. Very Good. [EHON] TANAKA JIHEI, publisher & printer. MIYAKO NO NISHIKI. Kyo^to, Meiji 24 [1891]. Yellow patterned paper over boards, folding orihon album. 24.2 x 16.6 cm. 26 double page images after paintings by such Kyo^to school stalwarts as Mori Kansai, Ko^no Bairei, Imao Keinen, Takeuchi Seiho^, Kikuchi Ho^bun, Tomioka Tessai, etc., etc. A wonderful tour of the mid-Meiji Bunjin work transitioning into Nihonga. The printed paper title is after calligraphy by Tessai. A throroughly satisfying example of the genre in a nicely printed example in very good condition with a just a bit of soiling to the covers. By no means a common book, not in Mitchell.

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        HOKUSAI SHASHIN GAFU Zen

      1891. Good. [EHON] HOKUSAI, artist. HOKUSAI SHASHIN GAFU Zen. Tokyo: Aoki Heikichi, Meiji 24 [1891]. 24.5 x 17cm, Orihon style with decorated paper covers over stiff boards with printed paper title labels. This HOKUSAI'S REALISTIC SKETCHBOOK is a Meiji-era rendering of Hokusai favorites, here recreated in color woodcut in a relatively larger format than one usually encounters for Hokusai ehon: Each of the 20 double page folding prints expands to a full 20.3 x 31.5cm in image size - about the size of a horizontal chu^ban print. The covers are slightly soiled and the printed paper title label missing, the interior clean. The designs are quite nice, the printings quite good -- overall an interesting and unusual late Hokusai item.

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        Beiträge zur Völkerkunde Brasiliens.

      Verlag von W. Spemann, Berlin, 1891. - EA. Veröffentlichungen aus dem königlichen Museum für Völkerkunde, II. Band,- 1./2. Heft. Mit 15 Tafeln auf starkem Karton mit sehr zahlreichen fotogr. Abb. , eine Farbtafel (Zeichnungen) sowie weitere 48 Abb. im Text. HLn.-Band mit aufgezogener OBroschur. 80 S. plus unpag. Tafelteil. Folio-Format 36,5x26,5cm. Die Original-Broschurumschläge mit kleinen Ausbesserungs-Stellen, ExLibris auf Vorsatz, ansonsten sehr guter Zustand. Erste massgebliche größere Publikation des bekannten Anthropologen und Ethnologen, basierend auf Material der zweiten deutschen Xingu-Expedition unter 'Karl von den Steinen', an der Ehrenreich teilgenommen hatte. Ausgezeichnete Foto-Tafeln.

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        THE SONG OF HIAWATHA

      Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, The Riverside Press, 1891. First Remington Edition. About fine. First Remington Edition. xviii, 242p. Illustrated by Frederic Remington with full-page plates and text drawings. Nicely bound in half red crushed morocco with marbled sides, t.e.g., the spine with gilt titles and a floral panel ornament in the panels, each band bordered with three different decorative rules. BAL 12720.

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        The Song of Hiawatha

      Houghton, Mifflin and Company, Boston & New York 1891 - Rebound into full tan calf with a section from the original gilt stamped suede cover to the front board; raised bands, gilt decorations, and deep maroon and green gilt stamped title plates to the spine. Top edges gilt. Marbled endpages. Illustrated throughout in black and white as well as with black and white plates with tissue guards. The hinges have started but the binding is sound. Outer page edges a bit browned and there is a small stain to the head of the pages near the spine. Otherwise fine. Bookplate from the library of Frederic Remington to the front pastedown. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Bulbuls of North Cachar, Parts 1-5 + The Birds Of North Cachar, Parts 1-10 + The Birds of Cachar, Parts 1-2 + Notes on a new species of Wren + Birds of the Khasia Hills, Parts 1-2 + Miscellaneous Notes.

      Bombay: Bombay Natural History Society, 1891-1901. First edition.. Occasional light foxing to a few text pages only; overall, a bright and clean copy in copy in fine condition.. Pp. 1-12, 125-131, 263-268, 413-424, 1-16, 162-211, 1-24, 111-146, 1-12, 161-168, 339-371, 539-567, 222-233, 390-405, 486-510, 399-405, 563-570, 319-322, 783-795, 957-975, 1, 1, 217-218; with 16 fine chromolithograph color plates (four are double-page plates), some finished by hand-coloring, many are after paintings by Keulemans. Later one-quarter red morocco leather over marbled boards, spine with five raised bands, set off by gilt panel lines, and black morocco author/title labels, lettered in gilt, in two compartments, lg 8vo. This work consists of multiple parts published in the Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society: volume VII, no. 1-4; volume VIII, no. 2; volume IX, no. 1-2; volume 10, no. 1-4, volume XII, 3 parts; volume XIII, no. 3-4; volume XV11, 2 parts; other miscellaneous parts. There are a total of 365 pages in this work with 16 fine chromolithograph plates - some finished by hand-coloring - most are after paintings by John Gerrard Keulemans, the great Dutch bird illustrator. Cachar is an administrative district in the state of Assam in northeastern India. The flora of Cachar is predominately tropical evergreen forest but there are large tracts of rainforest in the northern and southern parts of the region. This monograph is the first to describe, in detail, the birds of this northeastern Indian region in the state of Assam. The rear (blank) side of 4 plates bear a small and old oval ink stamp of the Bath public library, this same stamp occurs 3 times in the margin of the text, there are no other ownership marks and no signs of use.

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        Letters of Horace Walpole

      1891. WALPOLE, Horace. The Letters of Horace Walpole, Fourth Earl of Oxford, Edited by Peter Cunningham. London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1891. Nine volumes. Octavo, contemporary three-quarter green morocco, raised bands, top edges gilt. $2200.Limited edition, number 53 of only 100 large-paper copies printed on handmade paper, with dozens of full-page mounted India proof portraits.""It is as a letter-writer that Walpole attains his highest point. In these epistles to Mann, to Montagu, to Mason, to Conway, to Lady Hervey, to Lady Ossory, to Hannah More, and a host of others, almost every element of wit and humour, variety and charm, is present. For gossip, anecdote, epigram, description, illustration, there is nothing quite like them in English, and Byron did not overpraise them when he called them `incomparable'"" (DNB XX, 632). A most desirable edition of ""the entire series of Walpole's correspondence,"" first published in 1857 (Lowndes V, 2822). Fine condition, handsomely bound.

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        Moderne Architektur

      Konrad Wittwer, Stuttgart 1891 - First edition. Portfolio. [4]pp., and 95 color plates (of 100: lacking plates 9, 15, 53, 54, and 91). Issued in two parts, each with a flexible stiff paper cover with printed paper labels. Ex-library copy with a bookplate on the inside of each cover, and small ink stamp on the title page and plates (most ink stamps are located in the upper right corner of the printed image, i.e., in the sky above the building depicted). The margins of the covers are chipped away, the title page is toned with some chipping to the edges, scattered foxing to the outer margins of the plates, a few plates with scattered short tears at the edges, else overall most of the color-printed plates are good or better. Beautifully printed views of commercial and residential architecture, including plans, of fin de siecle Stuttgart, Germany. The subtitle gives the details: Ausgefuhrte stadtische Wohngebaude, Geschafts- und Einfamilienhauser, Villen mit ihren Nebenbauten, interessante Details und Innenansichten, Holz- und Zierbauten, Grundrisse etc. etc., in farbiger Darstellung. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Le bulletin horticole et agricole. (and from 1891 on till 1921:) et apicole. Journal d'horticulture pratique. Publié par Jules Belot avec le Concours de plusieurs praticiens distingués. (Later on:) Organe du Cercle d'Arboriculture de Liège et de la Société Horticole & Agricole du Centre du Condroz à Ochain-Clavier) Tome 1er, Année 1883 - Tome 38e, Année 1925

      Liége, S.A. de l'Imprimerie Liégeoise, 1883-1925, 1891. 38 vols. Large 8vo (27x18 cm). Contemporary half cloth. The first volumes with titles on paperlabels on spines, later on gilt titles on spines, boards covered with marbled paper. A biweekly magazine (without the wrappers) bound in 38 volumes (1914-1919, in 1 vol.: 1er août 1914 était le 15e cahier de la 32e année, le 15 août 1919 après un éclipse de cinq ans le Bulletin reparut avec le no 16 de la 32e année). Each volume with a few illustrations of flowers, trees, vegetables, etc. - A good set, complete from the beginning till 1926.

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        THE LETTERS OF HORACE WALPOLE FOURTH EARL OF ORFORD IN NINE VOLUMES

      Richard Bentley, London 1891 - Complete set in nine volumes. Limited to 100 copies of this edition on handmade paper, 20/100. Royal 8vo (26 x 18cm). Each volume has: frontispiece (tissue-guard), half-title lettered in red, title-page lettered in black and red with circular cameo engraving of an aspect of Strawberry Hill House (Walpole's home in Twickenham, SW London). Total of sixty-seven plates including frontispieces and folding genealogical tables and fold-out family crest. Bound in full vellum with spectacular gilt family crests of the Walpole family to the spine and front board of each volume. Vellum slightly grubby on some volumes, but generally very minimal wear throughout. A very handsome and plutocratic set. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Poetical Works of Dante Gabriel Rossetti

      London: Ellis and Elvey, 1891. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Contemporary full purple morocco, gilt ruled, inner dentelles and marbled endpapers, spine sunned to brown. Foxing to frontis of Rossetti, a few very minoir marks, otherwise bright internally - attractively printed on good paper with wide margins. Inscribed by William Rossetti to his daughter Olive "Olive Rossetti with her Father's love, 1891". 380pp with 2 pages of ads at rear. William Rossetti, one of the seven founding members of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood along with his brother Dante, edited and wrote a preface to this and many of the collections of his brother's work. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Poetry; Signed by Editor. Inventory No: 045642.

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        Impressions and Opinions

      London: David Nutt, 1891. First edition. [ii], 346 pp. 8vo. Publisher's blue cloth, gilt, near fine. First edition. [ii], 346 pp. 8vo. Inscribed to J.H. Rosny. Inscribed on the title-page, "To JH Rosny / from his friend George Moore." In the list of his other works on the title page Moore has corrected "A Humorous Wife" to "A Mummer's Wife," and has made a correction to p. 195. J.H. Rosny is the pseudonym of brothers Joseph and Séraphin Boex. Together they wrote novels on speculative and prehistoric subjects (such as the well-known La Guerre du feu), and they are considered among the founders of modern science fiction.

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        Chansons pour elle

      P., L. Vanier, 1891, in 12, de 2ff.-52pp., demi-veau glacé bleu moderne, t. dor., couv. et dos cons. Bel exemplaire grand de marges, sur papier vergé, finement relié. Edition originale tirée sur papier vergé. ¶ Clouzot p.158 "Edition tirée sur vergé" - Carteret II, 430 - Vicaire VII, 997.

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        "Première Soirée" in Le Gil Blas illustré (n°23 du dimanche 29 novembre 1891).

      - Gil Blas, Paris 1891-1892, 27x39cm, en feuilles. - Prima edizione poesia pre-postuma "Prima Serata" di Arthur Rimbaud, una variante di cui è stato precedentemente pubblicato con il titolo "Tre Baci" e tirato il manoscritto del Libro Douai, secondo i desideri dell'autore, non è mai stato rilasciato; solo alcune poesie sono state pubblicate in facsimile. Gil Blas pubblicato questa poesia in "Poeti d'amore" del 23 dal 29 Novembre 1891, o venti giorni dopo la scomparsa del poeta. Numero con una grande illustrazione di Steinlen e una pagina piena di Rabier. Gil Blas è un ex giornale settimanale francese, fondata da Auguste Dumont, che apparve 19 NOVEMBRE 1879 al 4 agosto 1914 e molto raramente dal 20 gennaio 1921 al marzo 1940 per un periodo che va dal 17 novembre 1909 è stato diretto da Henri de Noussanne e Stone Maroussein. Gil Blas voleva prima letteraria. Grandi piume tutti parlando in cronache che erano molto successo: Guy de Maupassant (o Maufrigneuse) la cui collaborazione è stata la più lunga (1881-1888), Paolo Arena, Emile Bergerat, Clovis Hugues Rene Maizeroy Jean Richepin eccetera Altrettanto importanti sono state le soap opera, firmati da Emile Zola, Hector Malot, Théodore de Banville, e Octave Mirbeau particolare. Da parte sua, Maupassant pubblicato "Una vita" (febbraio-aprile 1883), "Bel Ami" (aprile-maggio 1885), "Mont-Oriol" (dicembre 1886-jévrier 1887), ecc Oltre a questi cronica e questi periodici, Zola ha difeso alcune delle sue opere sul giornale, attraverso le "Lettere al Direttore" (su "Dream", 8 novembre 1888, sul tema "La Bestia Umana" 13 novembre 1889) .Bel copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition pré-originale posthume du poème "Première Soirée" d'Arthur Rimbaud, dont une variante a été publiée précédemment sous le titre "Trois baisers" et tirée du manuscrit du Cahier de Douai qui, selon les volontés de son auteur, ne fut jamais publié ; seuls quelques poèmes furent édités en fac-similé. Le Gil Blas a publié ce poème dans la rubrique "Les poètes de l'amour" du n°23 du 29 novembre 1891, soit une vingtaine de jours seulement après la disparition du poète. Numéro comportant une grande illustration de Steinlen, ainsi qu'une à pleine page de Rabier. Gil Blas est un ancien hebdomadaire de presse écrite français, fondé par Auguste Dumont, qui a paru du 19 novembre 1879 au 4 août 1914, puis très épisodiquement du 20 janvier 1921 à mars 1940. Pendant une période, à partir du 17 novembre 1909, il fut dirigé par Henri de Noussanne et Pierre de Maroussein. Le Gil Blas se voulut d'abord littéraire. De grandes plumes s'y exprimèrent dans des chroniques qui connurent un vif succès : Guy de Maupassant (ou Maufrigneuse) dont la collaboration fut la plus longue (1881-1888), Paul Arène, Émile Bergerat, Clovis Hugues, René Maizeroy, Jean Richepin, etc. Tout aussi importants étaient les feuilletons, signés par Émile Zola, Hector Malot, Théodore de Banville, et Octave Mirbeau notamment. De son côté, Maupassant y publia « Une vie » (février-avril 1883), « Bel Ami » (avril-mai 1885), « Mont-Oriol » (décembre 1886-jévrier 1887), etc. Outre ces chroniques et ces feuilletons, Zola défendit certaines de ses

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        JAPANESE JINGLES

      T. Hasegawa, Tokyo 1891 - (Japanese Interest) JAPANESE JINGLES by Mae St. John Bramhall. Tokyo: T. Hasegawa, 1891. First edition. 16mo - 5-1/8" x 6-11/16". Full color pictorial string tied creped paper wrappers with light fading to the front wrapper. Spine covered as issued. [64]pp. including wrappers. The book is illustrated throughout with full color woodblock prints. Internally the book is in wonderful condition. Rare in this condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        REUBEN'S LUCK A TALE OF THE WILD NORTH

      Toronto: Queen Publishing Co., 1891. First Edition. About Good/No Jacket as Issued. Toronto: Queen Publishing Co., 1891 All bibliographic sources erroneously state that this rarest Ballantyne novelette was first published between 1893 and1896 in the Penny Library of Fiction. (see Quayle 92a on p. 101-2 & Plate 3, World Cat or any online source). Wrong! This rare Canadian Queen Magazine, Issue of May 1891 is clearly the first appearance of Ballantyne's rarest some 3 to 5 years earlier, stating that RUEBEN'S LUCK, A TALE OF THE WILD NORTH by Ballantyne was "Written for the Queen". The story is an early "northern" involving an arctic assignment with the Company of Adventurers--adventure in the far Canadian North. Offered is the whole magazine issue, with period ads and other short fiction pieces as well as the Ballantyne rarity. The novelette is 13 pages of small font two column format. While REUBEN'S LUCK is complete, and the covers are clean , there is a missing page and torn bottom sections elsewhere in this rare vintage magazine, affecting other material in the magazine but not the Ballantyne. Ballantyne content is all clean and complete.Own the only surviving copy. Scans on request, questions cheerfully answered and customer satisfaction quaranteed. Find out why 75 % of our business is from repeat customers. Extra shipping and insurance at cost to many destinations.s. First Edition. About Good/No Jacket as Issued. 4to.

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        Trois stations de psychothérapie

      - Perrin & Cie, Paris 1891, 9,5x15,5cm, relié. - Edizione originale sulla carta corrente. Bound in piena marrone marocco cioccolato, torna con cinque nervi, dorato data di coda su ruote copricapi d'oro, guardie e contreplats di carta fatta a mano, con la cornice di pizzo d'oro sulla contreplats, copertine e dorsi conservati, doppi filetti dorati sui tagli, tutti i bordi dorato, magnifico legame firmato da Mercier. Provenienza: Biblioteca di Raoul Simonson con la sua ex libris incollato su un contreplat. Bellissimo esemplare completamente stabilite. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale sur papier courant. Reliure en plein maroquin marron chocolat, dos à cinq nerfs, date dorée en queue, roulettes dorées sur les coiffes, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, encadrement d'une dentelle dorée sur les contreplats, couvertures et dos conservés, doubles filets dorés sur les coupes, toutes tranches dorées, superbe reliure signée de Mercier. Provenance : de la bibliothèque de Raoul Simonson avec son ex-libris encollé sur un contreplat. Bel exemplaire parfaitement établi.

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        The author of the Confederate patriotic anthem "My Maryland" expresses his surprise that someone "seems to want a copy of 'My Maryland' enough to pay for it"

      Augusta, Georgia, March 21, 1891. 5" x 8". "Autograph Letter Signed ""James R. Randall"", 1 page, 5"" x 8"", Augusta, Georgia, March 21, [18]91 to ""My dear Eugene"", concerning a person interested in purchasing a copy of his patriotic Civil War poem, ""My Maryland."" Light even toning, expected folds, else very good to fine condition. He writes, in full: ""The writer of [the] enclosed letter [not present] seems to want a copy of 'My Maryland' enough to pay or it. If he bite[s], let me know. I arrived here, safe & well, last Friday. May Brunswick man cannot offer enough sesterces [ie. coins] to make it an inducement. My Louisiana man is, so far, not ready to come to a final settlement. I suppose the monstrous mob down there unsettled everything temporarily"" (Randall was making an allusion to a riot that erupted in New Orleans targeting Italians on March 14, 1891).Randall was born in Baltimore, attended Georgetown University, and was teaching in a Creole school in Louisiana when he learned of a Baltimore mob's attack on a Union regiment (the 6th Massachusetts) as it marched through Baltimore to Washington. A classmate of Randall's was among those wounded when the panicky troops opened fire on the crowd. ""Deeply stirred, he was unable to sleep, and rose at midnight to jot down the lines beginning 'the despot's heel is on thy shore... '"" (DAB). Published in the New Orleans Delta in May 1861, papers throughout the South reprinted his stirring verses. Two Baltimore women adapted its words to the music of the well-known German song ""O, Tannenbaum."" Song-sheet editions proliferated and it rapidly became ""the battle song of the South."" Second in popularity only to Emmett's ""Dixie,"" it was chosen by Maryland in 1939 as its official song and ""has also... become the anthem for the annual Preakness horse race at Pimlico Race Track"" (David A. Randall, American Patriotic Songs, Exhibition catalogue, 1968, p. [13]. James J. Fuld, The Book of World-Famous Music, pp. 355-357.)Based on extant auction records, Randall had been producing fair copies of ""My Maryland"" for admirers beginning sometime in the 1880s. The prospect of selling copies may have induced him to increase production as most of the dated fair copies that have appeared on the market appear to have been accomplished from 1891 and afterwards."

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        GRAND CHARITY CONCERT FOR THE POOR GIVEN BY THE TENNESSEE JUBILEE SINGERS WEDNESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 25, 1891

      St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands: Jno. N. Lightbourn, 1891. Broadside, 15 x 7 3/4 inches. Matted. Faint pale paste residue at top edge, light soiling from handling at lower edge. Very good. A unique broadside advertising for a performance of the Tennessee Jubilee Singers on the island of St. Thomas in late 1891. From 1889 to 1891, the group conducted two lengthy tours of the Caribbean, which served to introduce the musical genre to the region. The tours "marked the successful debut of professional jubilee singing in the Caribbean, and...launched the international career of the brilliant young soprano soloist Matilda Sissieretta Jones, the "Black Patti" (Abbott). The performances generated rave reviews, some of which were carried in the St. Thomas newspaper published by the printer of this advertisement, LIGHTBOURN'S MAIL NOTES. The group was known for popularizing more serious forms of black musical performance, such as slave spirituals, and for not always incorporating the usual comedic exaggerations of minstrelry. This broadside advertises the entire program of the upcoming performance, with the names of songs and their signers. An unusual survival in excellent condition. Not in OCLC. Lynn Abbott, OUT OF SIGHT: THE RISE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC, 1889-1895 (University Press of Mississippi, 2003), p.27.

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        Souvenir de Luchon. Sans date.

      - 1 album à l'italienne (23 x 33 cm) plats bisautés, pleine percaline rouge estampée d'un décor à froid et dorée, tranches dorées. 15 tirages albuminés contrecollés sur carton et montés sur onglet de 12,50 x 17 cm encadrement et légendes imprimées. Rousseurs généralisées sur le premier carton. Très éparses par la suite. Vue générale de Luchon. Établissement thermal. Buvette du pré. Casino de Luchon. Statue d'Étigny. Salle des pas perdus des thermes. Chûte de la pique. Castel Vieil & Luchon. Vallée du lys. Pic et glaciers de Crabioulles. Pic et glaciers du Boum. Rue d'enfer. Lac d'oô. Pic & glaciers des gougs-blancs. Lac glacé du portillon d'oô. Percaline frappée des armes de la villede Luchon. Percaline un peu décolorée. Il s'agit ici d'un des quelques exemplaires offerts par la muncipalité de Bagnères de Luchon aux membres de la presse accompagnant la délégation officielle lors de la visite du président Carnot le 21 mai 1891. Bel état d'ensemble. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        SHIRE YEHUDAH = SONGS OF JUDAH: A COLLECTION OF SACRED SONGS FOR SOLI AND CHORUSES WITH ORGAN ACCOMPANIMENT FOR SABBATH MORNING AND EVENING SERVICES: SECOND VOLUME

      New Orleans; Fred. E. Kitziger. 1891. Hardcover. Original boards. 4to. 202 pages. 30 cm. First edition. Composed and published by Fred E. Kitziger, organist of the Touro Synagogue. Singerman 3677. Second Volume, a total of four volumes were published (1888-1899) . Contains front advertisement matter containing testimonials, of interest concerning the widespread use of Shire Yehudah throughout the United States. Attractive hand laid and drawn music notation. Bound in original blue boards with pastedown gilt title. Frederick Emil Kitziger (1844–1903) “A widely known composer of liturgical music for the early Reform movement, Frederick Kitziger served as organist and musical director for multiple New Orleans-area synagogues in the late 19th century. Â… Together, the four volumes of Shire Yehudah contain 347 settings for Sabbath and High Holy Day services. Especially in the first two volumes, Kitziger selected prayer texts from the various prayerbooks then in use among Reform and Reform-leaning synagogues in America—chiefly, Isaac Mayer WiseÂ’s Minhag America (1856) , in which Hebrew is prominent, with English and, to a lesser extent, German playing secondary roles; and David EinhornÂ’s Olath Tamid (the first part also 1856) , which favors English. Kitziger may also have relied for some settings on two other prayerbooks current in American Reform services that are known to have been used in New Orleans as well: Benjamin Szold and Marcus JastrowÂ’s Avodath Yisrael and another by Adolph Huebsch, who also compiled a hymnal, with text in German, adapted to preexisting tunes. In some instances Kitziger even provided optional settings of prayers according to different versions or inclusions in the various prayerbooks. Obviously, this rendered his music usable by a larger number of congregations than would have been the case had it been modeled on any single prayerbook. Â… KitzigerÂ’s own sales records indicate that by the end of the century Shire Yehudah had been purchased by synagogues (presumably Reform) in thirty-seven states. There were apparently sales to Canada, England, and even Germany, although it is difficult to gauge the actual usage abroad. In New Orleans, KitzigerÂ’s music enjoyed regular and extensive use, and much of it found its way into the regular repertoire of major synagogues elsewhere in the South. Certain settings became standard in Reform worship throughout the United States. ” (Milken Archive) Subjects: Synagogue music - Sabbath services. Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 4 parts) with organ - Scores. Synagogue music - United States - New Orleans. OCLC lists 8 copies. Light wear to boards, internally clean and fresh. Good + condition. (MUSIC-2-47) .

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        THE STRAD A Monthly Journal for Professionals and Amateurs of All Stringed Instruments Played With the Bow. Volumes I, II and III.

      London, Publishing Office, (1891). 3 volumes bound in 1, FIRST EDITION of the first 3 years of this journal, May 1890-April 1893, large 8vo, approximately 250 x 170 mm, 9¾ x 6½ inches, large folding plate of the outlines of a Stradivarius, and Amati and a Guarnerius, many full page portraits including Joachim, Sarasate, Paganini, Papini, and Spohr, some illustrations in the text, pages: (4), 1-240; (4), 1-244; (4), 1-248, bound in 19th century dark blue half calf, blue cloth sides, gilt raised bands to spine, gilt lettered red morocco label, all edges marbled. Very slight wear to tail of spine, corners and hinges slightly rubbed, tiny old bookseller's label on front pastedown, very light foxing to first 3 leaves of Volume I, very occasional fox spots within, very small closed tear to inner edge of folding plate, neatly repaired on blank side. A very good clean, tight copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Yoga Vasishtha Maharamayana of Valkimi

      Calcutta: Bonnerjee and Company, 1891. Hardcover. xx, 484pp; xiv, 282pp.;xiv, 694pp; xix, 1167pp. Four volumes, all very good uniformly bound in modern blue buckram with silver gilt titles, new endpapers and pastedowns. Few small wormholes to a the first third of the first three volumes and a tape repair to one page, otherwise internally very good. First edition in English of this classic Hindu text. Very Good.

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        Fêtes galantes

      Later edition on Hollande paperChemise backed in dark green morocco over marbled paper boards, marbled pastedowns and endpapers, slipcase edged with same morocco and with boards of the same paper, lined with apple-green paperRare inscription from Paul Verlaine to Achille SegardA small marginal lack to pages 15 & 16 due to paper fault, manuscript note "1866" in ink below the date featuring on the upper coverA rare, unsophisticated and uncut copy. Léon Vanier Paris 1891 12,5x19cm broché sous chemise et étui

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        Prospectus of Butler's Book - Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences by Major General Benjamin F. Butler

      A. M. Thayer & Co. 1891 - Salesman's dummy. Includes one page MS list of subscribers in pencil. All from Miller's Fall, MA. Alternative cover in green cloth with gilt bound in at back. Bound in maroon blind stamped leather, with gilt title on front board. Top of spine chipped, piece laid in. Spine and edges rubbed. Top edge of spine chipped, piece laid in. Corners bumped. Interior in excellent condition. Certificate of agency identifies salesman as A. M. Hunter of Miller's Fall, MA. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Doctrine and Covenants, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Containing the Revelations Given to Joseph Smith, Jun., The Prophet, for the Building Up of the Kingdom of God in the Last Days

      Salt Lake City, UT: George Q. Cannon & Sons Company, 1891. First Pulpit Edition. Hardcover. 503pp. Quarto [25.5 cm] Dark green cloth with gilt stamped titles and blind ruled lines and embossed corner designs on the spine and covers. Decorative floral endsheets. Fair condition only. The extremities are mildly rubbed and a little soiled. There is a 1" split in the cloth along the front hinge, and the cloth at the spine ends has multiple small losses. The underlying boards are heavily exposed along the edges. There are two dark green ink stains on the top edges of the covers and text block. The larger stain is 2" wide by 1/2" tall. The stains have carried over onto the top margins of the pages at the end of the text. The endsheets are split along the hinges, and the hinges are going. The text block is cracked multiple times. Tanned pages. The so-called "pulpit" edition of the Doctrine and Covenants, the only large-sized edition of the Doctrine & Covenants issued in the 19th century. Flake/Draper 2878.

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