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        History of Methodism in Arkansas

      Little Rock, Ark. , Press Printing Company 1892 - Description: xiv p. , 1 l. , 445 p. 23 cm. Subjects: Methodist Episcopal church in Arkansas--History. Methodism. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with gilt-blocked title. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 1 Kg. 445 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Sur le retour.

      Ernest Kolb 1892 - - Ernest Kolb, Paris 1892, 12x19.5cm, relié. - Edition originale, un des quelques exemplaires sur papier de Hollande, seuls grands papiers. Reliure à la bradel en demi percaline rouge, dos lisse, pièce de titre de maroquin noir frottée, couvertures conservées, reliure signée de Henry-Joseph, typique des exemplaires provenant de la bibliothèque des Goncourt. Envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à Edmond de Goncourt : "A Edmond de Goncourt hommage fervent." Inscription - comme souvent - d'Edmond de Goncourt sur la première garde : "Edition originale. Exemplaire sur papier de Hollande." Paul Margueritte, membre de la première Académie des Goncourt et écrivain naturaliste, est un proche d'Edmond de Goncourt. Il a été l'un des signataires du Manifeste des Cinq contre La Terre de Zola et l'un des habitués du Grenier d'Auteuil. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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      W.H. Kühl, Berlin 1892 - folio. contemporary quarter leather, marbled paper-covered boards. xxiii, 471 pages; (xiv), 40 plates. 2 volumes. Text in German, with half title dedication to Kaiser Wilhelm II. Volume one is text and covers early knowledge and exploration of America, with index. The atlas volume has 40 color lithograph maps. One of the early facsimile atlases. Volume one has scratching on the spine with loss of leather to head and tail of spine. The boards are rubbed and faded, with wear to corners. Cracking to the hinge at the half title. Volume two has scratching and wear to the spine with loss of leather at the head and tail. Wear to boards and at corners. Atlas is very slightly cocked. contemporary quarter leather, marbled paper-covered boards [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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        The Discovery of North America; A Critical, Documentary, and Historic Investigation (Three Part Set)

      London: Henry Stevens and Son. 1892. First. First edition, limited issue. Copy no. 29 of 40 on Dutch hand-made paper, from a limited edition of 380 copies. Quarto. Titles in red and black, with 23 maps (some double-paged) and tissue guards. Three parts in the original wrappers, all unopened. Chipping to the edges of the wraps, with two 4-inch chips to the corners of the front wrap on part one, else a very good set. Henry Harrisse wrote extensively on Christopher and Ferdinand Columbus, the Cabots (John and Sebastian), and the early voyages of American exploration. The Discovery of North America, his magnum opus, is considered one of the greatest contributions to the history of American geography. Scarce in the original wrappers. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The history of the Centennial celebration of the inauguration of George Washington as first president of the United States

      D. Appleton & Company 1892 - Thick folio. xviii, 673 p. illus., facsims., plan, plates, ports. 35 cm. AEG. Limited ed., no. 867. Clean, unmarked pages. Rebacked modern leather spine with original boards. Bumped corners. Hardcover. Provenance: Fromly owned by John Frazer, Jr. of Annapolis. Presented to the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of New York by the lead editor, Clarence W. Bowen. Inscribed by Bowen on ffep. Also includes a tipped in note from Bowen. Clarence Winthrop Bowen (1852-1935), the son of Henry Chandler and Lucy Maria (Tappan) Bowen, was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on 22 May 1852. He graduated from Yale University in 1873, and also received the degrees A.M. in 1876 and Ph.D. in 1882 from Yale. He began a career in journalism in 1874 in the editorial department of the Independent, a weekly Congregational journal with a strong anti-slavery bias that had been founded by his father. The following year he became its foreign correspondent, and from 1896 to 1912 its publisher and proprietor. After retiring from journalism, Bowen involved himself with historical research, genealogy, and world travel. His interests ranged from the George Washington Centennial Celebration (1889), to the the establishment of the American Historical Association, the Celebration of the 400 Anniversary of the Discovery of America,the 1892 World's Fair, the American Antiquarian Society, the Republican Party, the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, and the Manhattan Congregational Church. The History of the Centennial Celebration of the Inauguration of George Washington as First President of the United States which D Apple ton & Co will bring out this month is a memorial of the celebration held in New York City in the spring of 1889 and is the crowning work of the Citizens Committee which has labored so earnestly to commemorate that anniversary The volume which has been in preparation since 1689 is a large folio of 650 pages printed on extra heavy calendered paper bound in a cover designed by Greenough and gotten up in the perfection of modern bookmaking Beginning with the Inauguration of 1789 it contains a minute account of those ceremonies giving extracts from the unpublished despatches written from this country by the representatives of England France Spain Holland and Sweden now contained in the archives of those countries There is a map of New York City in 1789 illustrations of the inaugural ceremonies and portraits of all the personages prominent therein A chapter is devoted to the semi centennial and the remainder of the volume is a memorial of the New York Centennial celebration with illustrations of the relics in the Loan Exhibition first and final drawings of the Washington Memorial Arch and the names of all who took official part in the celebration of the guests and subscribers to the banquets and balls and of the subscribers to the Memorial Arch Fund The most important feature of the work is its illustrations numbering over seven hundred which with few exceptions are halftones and artotypes of portraits and paintings never before reproduced There are twenty nine portraits of Washington and from two to twenty of each of the the men and women prominent in official and diplomatic circles of 1789 Benjamin Franklin for instance has fifty three All these are reproductions from negatives of the original portraits taken in different parts of this country and Europe by the representatives of the committee There are also excellent illustrations of the Centennial celebration from the naval parade to the Lawyers Club banquet reproduced from official photographs Historical and biographical notes to the portraits are appended and there is an exhaustive index The work has been edited by Clarence Winthrop Bowen under the auspices of a Publication Committee composed of Abram S Hewitt and Cornelius N Bliss The edition consists of one thousand numbered copies One complimentary copy will be sent by the committee to the national Government at Washington to each of the [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sequitur Books]
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      Munchen, Franz Hanfstaengl 1892 - In folio imperiale (cm. 50 x 37); pp. 8 n.nn. di testo e 62 disegni, di cui 9 a colori. Legatura editoriale in tela verde, illustrazione al piatto anteriore con titolo e fregi in oro.Tutti i personaggi riscontrabili nella storia di Capri. Contadini, paesani, scene di vita, panorami, stradette e vie. E’ l’opera più famosa su Capri. Per i disegni, per le didascalie che accompagnano ciascuna illustrazione, per il taglio delle vedute, per i costumi degli abitanti, per l'architettura oggi scomparsa, l'opera di Allers è assai suggestiva e bella [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Capri. München, Hanfstaengel, 1892. 4 Bll. Mit 53 Faksimiledrucken und 9 Aquarell-Gravuren. Gr.-Folio. Farb. illustr. und goldgepr. OLwd. mit Goldschnitt (leicht bestoßen).,

      1892 - Lipperheide Jbc 29.- Mit Ansichten von Landschaften und Volkstypen.- Wenige Tafeln schwach fingerfleckig in unterer rechter Ecke. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.]
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        Photographische Mittheilungen (1891-2, 28 Jahrg, Heft 1-24)

      Robert Oppenheim (Gustav Schmidt), Berlin 1892 - large 8vo (7 x 10 in - 18.4 x 25.5 cm, leather spine and 1 inch onto marbled boards, leather tipped edges, gilt lettering on the spine, German language, half-title page, full-title page, index I-XVI, covers issues for the years 1891-1892, 28 Jahrg, issues April 1, 1891, Heft 1 through March 15, 1892, Heft 24, pages 1~390. An important technical photographic journal of the time published under the supervision of Hermann Wilhelm Vogel (1834 - 1898), one of the most important photographic chemists of the 19th century. Several text illustrations including cameras and related apparatus and devices. Contains numerous illustrations including actual photographs (all tipped to plate), photogravures, photo-lithographs, collotypes and half-tones. This issue contains an unusual color halftone plate which is called a "Chromotypie." Major plates are: "Winterlandschaft aus dem Rabenaueer Grunde bei Dresden" photograph, "Aufnahme aus dem K. Schauspielhause zu Berlin bei Magnesium-Blitz-Lich" photograph, "Von Anthropologen-Kongress in Danzig, 1891" photograph, "Portratstudie" photograph, "Il Lago del Mandrome" photograph, "Svartidden-Gletscher in Norwegen" photograph, "Kostumstudie" photograph,"I Fulmini di Brenta" photograph, "Chromotypie" color halftone printed directly on the page and tissue guard protected, "Portratstudie" photogravure, "Am Landwehrkanal in Thiergarten zu Berlin" photogravure, "Monentaufnahme aus Capri" photogravure, "Lm Thiegarten" photogravure, "Portratstudie" collotype, "Auf dem Lande" collotype, "Mandolinata" photo-lithograph, "Mai" photo-lithograph, "Moment-Aufnahmen aus der Kreisstadt Jampol in Podolien, Sud-Russland" photo-lithograph, "Portratstudie" photo-lithograph and "Strandszene aus Helgoland" photo-lithograph. I have seen the photographs referred to as albumen photographs but I believe that is incorrect. They appear to be the gelatin or collodian printing out paper process. ~ Condition. The book is in very good condition. The head and foot of the spine and the leather tips are heavily worn. Internally a few lines and other notations but otherwise clean. Binding is tight. One photograph is 1/2 loose from the linen strip attaching the plate to the binding. A couple of pages have tears but none into the text area. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: George C. Baxley]
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        The Home and Haunts of Shakespeare

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1892 - Elephant folio. XX, 120pp. Uncut. Original 3/4 leather over buckram, with gold lettering and decoration on spine. Top edge gilt. Marbled endpapers. Brown and black lettering on title-page. Decorative initials, head- and tailpieces. Fascinating work on the home and favorite places of the world's most famous writer, profusely illustrated with 15 plates in water-color, 45 full-page photogravures and more than 150 b/w in-text illustrations. Each watercolor plate and photogravure is protected by a printed tissue-guard. Some edge wear on binding with major rubbing along joints and corners. Head and tail of spine rubbed and partly chipped. Ex-library copy with bookplate on free front endpaper, and library stamp on outer margin of each plate. Binding in overall fair, interior in very good condition [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The American Claimant

      Charles L. Webster 1892 - A near fine first edition with 1892 on the title page and no mention of later printings on the copyright page. Gold gilt on cover is bright and complete. With a Christmas gift inscription from two children to the mother on Christmas day, 1892, on the front free endpaper. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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        Cartes d'Afrique. Régions septentrionale - occidentale - centrale - orientale - équatoriale - australe - Îles.

      Paris, Service Géographique de l’Armée, Librairie Militaire de L. Baudoin, 1892 - in-folio (34 x 51 cm) ; 62 cartes coul. h.-t. doubles entoilées [1-62] plus 1 bis [42 bis] et une très gde carte générale coul. h.-t. entoilée repliée dans un portefeuille in-fine, demi-chagrin vert foncé à coins, dos à nerfs, titre or, filets or, filets de mors, rel. lég. post., bel exemplaire rare. Très intéressant et important atlas dressé et dessiné par l’auteur alors chef du bataillon du Génie. De très nombreux renseignements et détails nous informent sur les régions traversées (relief, climat, itinéraires des anciennes missions, noms des explorateurs, nombre de jours de route, puits, tribus, etc.). Sorti de l’imprimerie zincographique du Service géographique des armées, cet atlas reste un précieux document historique sur l’histoire des explorations africaines. VERY NICE COPY. COMPLET. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Hérodote]
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        The Brown Owl; a fairy story

      Cassell Publishing Company, New York, (The Children’s Library Volume One), 1892 - Frontispiece and plate by Ford Madox Brown Small 8vo Spine and some leaves a little darkened, but a nice copy; inscription on front free end-paper Harvey A1(n) With the exception of the publisher’s imprint at the foot of the spine this binding conforms in all general and particular respects to that of the first (T. Fisher Unwin) edition, also dated 1892 but evidently published in October 1891. At A1b Harvey mentions this edition without having seen it and describes the New York edition by the Frederick A. Stokes Company (q.v.) as the "First Edition, American issue". It is dated (in Roman numerals) 1891, comes in red, blue, or green cloth and the two plates are in different positions, neither used as a frontispiece. The author’s first book, being a fairy story which developed from tales told to his younger sister, Juliet, published through the efforts of his grandfather, Ford Madox Brown. Original white cloth with blue floral pattern repeated on end-papers and all edges First Edition, Second American Issue, from English sheets [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bertram Rota Ltd]
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        POEMS: SECOND SERIES. Edited by Two of Her Friends T.W. Higginson and Mabel Loomis Todd.

      Boston Roberts Brothers 1892 - FIRST EDITION, Fourth Printing (one of 500 copies only) Facsimile of the manuscript copy of "Renunciation" in the author's hand at the beginning of the volume. 8vo, publisher's original light green cloth, the upper cover and spine beautifully decorated and printed in gilt with pictorial designs. [viii], 234 pp. An unusually well preserved and fine copy, bright, clean and very attractive. AN UNCOMMONLY FRESH COPY AND ESPECIALLY SO AS FINE COPIES OF THIS IMPORTANT WORK WERE PUBLISHED IN VERY LIMITED NUMBERS. Despite the contemporary objections to their style, the introspection, imagination, and simple beauty of Dickinson's poems won her a quick, wide, and enduring audience. Were it not for the editorial supervision of Todd and Higginson, Dickinson might not have been published. Though seven of her poems were published in magazines during her lifetime, this posthumous volume represents the first published collection of her work. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA]
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        The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

      George Newnes, Ltd., London 1892 - 8vo., 317 pp. First edition first issue. Illustrated blue cloth cover beveled boards. Covers worn (Southampton St. to spine) inner hinges slightly cracked. Contents in very good condtion with occasional mark & spots. Small ink name at head of title page. Illustrated by Sydney Paget 145mm X 170mm (5" X 6"). Shipped in a box, not a padded envelope. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dubliners Books]
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        Joodse Kinderliedjes

      Joodse Vrouwenraad n/d, Nederland - Oblong octavo. 59pp. Quarter blue cloth over color illustrated paper-covered boards. Binding protected by clear plastic jacket. Tipped-in photographic reproduction in sepia tone. Introduction by A. Schwimmer-Vigeveno. Collection of 18 Jewish children's songs about life in Palestine as well as Jewish holiday songs (Chanukah, Purim, Passover, Simchat-Torah). With printed music scores by various composers, music edited by Austrian-Jewish composer and Kapellmeister, Paul Pella (1892-1965). Lyrics in Dutch with a Hebrew transliteration and Dutch translation. Translation by Spitz-Hoofiên. Illustrated with 7 b/w full-page reproductions of drawings by Polish Chassidic painter and illustrator, Arthur Bryks (1894-?). Printed by J. de Vleeschouwer. Staining and some rubbing on boards. Tight copy with binding in good, interior in very good condition. OCLC lists only 1 library worldwide owning this item. Songs: Teechzakna - Aan het Volk. Hagamal - De Kameel. Hajoree - De Regenfijd. Sjirat Habeêer - Bij de bron. Roêe mechaleel - Herderslied. Hassiriem al Hakier - De muzikale Keuken. Sjier Eeres - Wiegeliedje. Sjier Haleechem - Het Brood. Sjalom Aleechem - Sabbathlied. Elijahoe Hanawie - de Profeet Elia. Chad Gadja - Een klein Lam. Sjawoeot - Sjawoeot. Salleenoe al K' teefeenoe - Het feest der Eerstelingen. Basoeka - De kleine Soeka. Zeemer Iesimchat Tora - Gezang voor Simchat Tora. Chanoeka - Chanoeka. Toe bisj wat - 15 Sjewat. Sod sjel Poeriem - Een Poerim-geheim. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. With The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

      London: George Newnes, 1892 & 1894. First Editions. Two volumes; publisher?s decorated cloth. The Adventures is a very good copy; some rubbing and with cracking hinges. The Memoirs has a gift inscription on the first blank, and while the hinges are vulnerable, they are intact. A better than usual set.

      [Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Company, Inc.]
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        Des Alpes aux Pyrénées.

      Marpon |& Flammarion 1892 - - Marpon & Flammarion, Paris s.d. (1892), 11,5x19cm, relié. - Edition originale sur papier courant. Reliure en demi maroquin orange à coins, dos à cinq nerfs sertis de filets noirs, date en queue, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée, reliure signée de Lavaux. Envoi autographe signé de Paul Arène enrichi de la signature de A. Tournier. Ouvrage orné d'illustrations in et hors-texte. Quelques petites rousseurs sans gravité. Bel exemplaire agréablement établi. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Lucy, Francis and Cousin Bill. A novel in three Volumes .

      London: Eden, Remington & Co. . 1892 - 3 vols., 8vo., with the half-titles; original bright red cloth, boldly decorated and lettered in black on cover, spines lettered in gilt; minimal, uniform fading to spines, otherwise a fine copy.First edition. The preliminary leaves in each volume, though clearly correct, are not as called for in Wolff and the binding is more elaborate than his maroon coarse morocco cloth blocked in blind. Here there are only two preliminary leaves (half-title and title page) in each volume; Woolf, however, specifies pp. [x], [vi], and [vi]. Presumably his copy was a later issue, however, as a review of the novel is inserted into the prelims of volume I.'Verdant, unsuspicious' Lucy Fairplay – a young woman whose physical beauty is matched only by her piety and moral fortitude – emerges from a genteel yet impoverished orphan's childhood, only to be driven by the 'remoseless hands of fate' through two further volumes of frustrated hopes and adversity before being reunited with Francis Beaumont, the lover of her youth. The tale is set in Scotland in the years 1847-78, with particular attention to the Crimean War. The preface claims it is all true. Two copies only on OCLC; Wolff 7252.

      [Bookseller: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB]
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        Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

      London George Newnes 1892 - The Fine "Ellery Queen" Copy DOYLE, A[rthur] Conan. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. London: George Newnes, 1892. First edition, first issue with no street name on the front cover, "Violent" for "Violet" on page 317. Large octavo (9 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches; 235 x 160 mm). [4], 317, [1, printer’s imprint], [2, blank] pp. With 104 illustrations by Sidney Paget in the text. Provenance: Detective story writers "Ellery Queen" (Manfred Lee) and "Barnaby Ross" (Frederic Dannay) names in ink on half-title. Original light blue cloth over beveled boards. Front cover and spine blocked and lettered in gilt and black. All edges gilt. Gray flower and leaf endpapers. Small ink initials to front free endpaper. Front hinge professionally and invisibly repaired, back hinge starting but firm. A slight bit of shelf-wear to top and bottom of the spine. Some light foxing to a few preliminary and final pages. Otherwise a near fine copy, exceptionally clean and bright. Housed in a tan cloth clamshell. "Rarely has a character so quickly established itself on the popular imagination as did Sherlock Holmes in the latter half of 1891." (Green & Gibson). "An avid reader of detective fiction since childhood, Dannay often discussed with Lee the possibility that they should write their own novel in the style of the erudite mystery writer, S. S. Van Dine. In 1928, using the name Ellery Queen, the two entered McClure's magazine novel-writing contest and, to their surprise, won. Before the work came to print, however, and before Dannay and Lee received their $7,500 prize money, the magazine folded. Fortunately the cosponsor of the competition, publisher Frederick A. Stokes, stepped in and in 1929 published The Roman Hat Mystery, which promptly sold 8,000 copies and thereby launched both the character and the "author" Ellery Queen." (American National Biography). Green and Gibson A10. HBS 64961. $17,500 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA]
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      London: George Newnes 1892 - First edition in book form, first issue (the binding without the name on the street sign in The Strand Library device on front cover and 'Violent Hunter' for 'Violet Hunter' on page 317). Illustrated by Sidney Paget. Original light blue cloth with gilt titles and black illustration to the front and spine. All edges gilt. An excellent very good copy, the boards with light rubbing to the extremities and the gilt remaining bright. The contents are entirely complete and without inscriptions or stamps. The pages are clean with only the occasional light spot of foxing to the margins. The inner hinges are a little cracked but holding firm. A nice copy, entirely without repair or restoration, scarce thus. A Haycraft Queen Cornerstone. (Green and Gibson A10a). Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LUCIUS BOOKS (ABA, ILAB, PBFA)]
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        The Adventure of Silver Blaze

      Strand Magazine 1892 - Quite possible the only surviving copy of the rare HARDCOVER edition of this historic publication, and possibly, of any single issue of the Strand Magazine containing a Sherlock Holmes story. It is the December, 1892 issue of the Strand Magazine, which contained the Sherlock Holmes story The Adventure of Silver Blaze. The Silver Blaze is certainly the most famous story ever written about a race horse, and one of the greatest Sherlock Holmes stories. In this story, Holmes utters the infamous line referring to "the curious incident of the dog in the night-time," to which the Scotland Yard detective objects, "The dog did nothing in the night-time." And Holmes responds: "That was the curious incident." This is a special hardcover edition of the single issue, with a gold stamp marking the issue with a gold crown and the words "Royal Edition." In addition, the volume in inscribed by the author of the first article. Very good in cloth covers, comes in a custom-made slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Untersuchungen ueber die Ausbreitung der elektrischen Kraft.

      Barth, Leipzig 1892. VI, 296 S. mit 40 Figuren im Text. Brosch. - Starke Gebrsp. Umschlag lose u. beschädigt, Rücken fehlt. Papierbedingt gebräunt u. am Rand etwas brüchig. Buchblock mehrfach gebrochen, Lagen lose. Name auf Umschlag. Wenige Anstreichungen. - Hertz konnte 1887 nachweisen, daß elektrische Wellen durch den Raum gesendet werden können und bestätigte damit Maxwells elektromagnetische Lichttheorie, die Grundlage der drahtlosen Telegraphie. Erste Buchausgabe der von Hertz in den "Annalen der Physik und Chemie" veröffentlichten Arbeiten. Selten.

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      Starke and Siebert, Gorlitz and Heidelberg 1892 - Folio. xii, 28p, [ii], + 62 chromolithographed plates highlighted in silver and gold. Bound in full brown embossed morocco over beveled boards with pattern endpapers, a.e.g, the spine and covers with ornate titles and designs in gilt and darker brown Quite nice examples of chromolithography in a striking binding Some minor scuffing, one-inch gogue to top of upper joint, but bright and sound [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed ("Elvira").

      Tulln, 12. VI. 1892. - 8vo. 2¼ pp. on double leaf (watermark "Myrtle Mill Royal Paper"). In a child's best handwriting to her brother on the occasion of his second birthday, written one year before she died of meningitis (or, according to other sources, scarlet fever). - Traces of folding, otherwise in mint condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        The Coming Race... With; Pausanius The Spartan, and The Haunted and The Haunters. Rienzi, What Will He Do With It [under the pseudonym Pisistratus Caxton]

      London; Routledge and Sons. 1892, 1892. Author's Copyright Edition. Large 8vo. Bound in contemporary half burgundy morocco over maroon boards. Light sunning and edgewear to extremities, some rubbing. Bright, strong and sharp. very good indeed. All edges marbled. Internally clean, the occasional bit of light toning. A handsome bound collection of Lyttonian lunacy, including The Coming Race (the book that gave you "Bovril") from the pen of the man who actually began a novel "It was a dark and stormy night."

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        Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs Norman, 2 pages 8vo (the first a little browned), 39 Frognal, Hampstead, 5 May 1892.

      - Explaining that she is too busy to see her in the next few days but could manage later, and that 'I have not seen either of the Miss Adeys for so long'. The letter is perhaps to the wife of Norman Shaw, the architect who designed her house at 39 Frognal, Hampstead, into which she had moved in 1885.

      [Bookseller: John Wilson Manuscripts Ltd ABA ILAB]
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        Autograph Letter Signed; [With] Autograph Note Signed "A. Vambéry" to Martin Wood, sometime Editor of "The Times of India" and the author of several books on India. With one original envelope addressed by Vambéry. [Embossed heading] Athenaeum Club, Pall Mall, [London], 10 and 11 July 1892 respectively.

      London 1892 - London, 1892. Octavo, ca. 18 x 11.5 cm. Total four pages with one envelope with stamp. The letter, note and envelope are all in near fine condition. [10 July, 3 pp.]: He reacts to a letter sent by Wood, saying "In political questions of high importance, as the Central Asiatic is, diversity of opinions is very natural, and I am not the least astonished of [sic] the quite opposite view you exhibit in your letters." He would like to show his respect for his views with a personal meeting, and asks him to suggest a time and place. [11 July, 1 p.]: He confirms their appointment to meet the following day at the Athenaeum. Note: Vambery, a friend of Bram Stoker's, is said to have been the model for Van Helsing, the vampire hunter in "Dracula." "Vámbéry was especially attracted by the literature and culture of the Ottoman Empire including Turkey. By the age of twenty, Vámbéry had learned enough Ottoman Turkish to enable him to go, through the assistance of Baron Joseph Eötvös, to Constantinople and establish himself as a private tutor of European languages. He became a tutor in the house of Pasha Huseyin Daim, and, under the influence of his friend and instructor, Ahmet Efendi, became a full Osmanli, serving as secretary to Fuat Pasha. About this time he was elected a corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in recognition of his translations of Ottoman historians. After spending about a year in Constantinople, he published a Turkish-German dictionary in 1858. Later, he also published various other linguistic works. He also learned some twenty other Ottoman languages and dialects. Returning to Budapest in 1861, he received a stipend of a thousand florins from the academy, and in the autumn of the same year, disguised as a Sunnite dervish, and under the name of Reshit Efendi, he set out from Constantinople. His route lay from Trebizond on the Black Sea to Tehran in Persia, where he joined a band of pilgrims returning from Mecca, spending several months with them traveling across Central Iran (Tabriz, Zanjan, and Kazvin). He then went to Shiraz, through Ispahan, and in June, 1863, he reached Khiva (Central Asia). Throughout this time, he succeeded in maintaining his disguise as "Reshit Efendi," so that upon his arrival at Khiva he managed to keep up appearances during interviews with the local khan. Together with his band of travelers, he then crossed Bokhara and arrived at Samarkand. Initially, he aroused the suspicions of the local ruler, who kept him in an audience for a full half-hour. Vámbéry managed to maintain his pretences, and left the audience laden with gifts. Upon leaving Samarkand, Vámbéry began making his way back to Constantinople, traveling by way of Herat. There he took leave of the band of dervishes and joined a caravan to Tehran, and from there, via Trebizond and Erzerum, to Constantinople, arriving there in March 1864. This was the first journey of its kind undertaken by a Western European; and since it was necessary to avoid suspicion, Vámbéry could not take even fragmentary notes, except by stealth. He returned to Europe in 1864. That following June, he paid a visit to London, where he was treated as a celebrity because of his daring adventures and knowledge of languages. That same year, he published his Travels in Central Asia, based on the few, furtive notes he was able to make while traveling with the dervishes. Returning to Hungary, Vámbéry was appointed professor of Oriental languages at the University of Budapest in 1865, retiring in 1905" (Wikipedia).

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        Kohana San

      T. Hasegawa; Kelly & Walsh, Ltd., Tokyo; Yokohama 1892 - 19 pp. With a song about a geisha written by a naval officer, Ensign, then Lieutenant, F. M. Bostwick, who was in Japan for a three-year tour of duty beginning in 1886. Enthralled by the society around him, Bostwick contributed two musical manuscripts to Hasegawa, the first being Lyuchasan. A bit of departure for Hasegawa, the two works nonetheless sold extremely well for many years after. Sharf 32-3. Minor edge creasing of a few leave corners and slight bunching of the fabric by the front cover joint. Small stamp on p. 1 from presumably first bookseller. The first internal leaf has light foxing and p. 3 has light soiling by the joint. Otherwise bright and clean. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Gerome: The Life and Works of Jean Leon Gerome.

      Cassell Pub. Co, New York 1892 - Decorative cloth, 45 cm, vii + 288 pages, 44 leaves of plates, 20 of which are photogravure-etchings. Text from 'autobiographical notes and letters by the artist. ' The photogravure prints are exceptionally sharp and vivid. Scarce book. Very good copy, spine slightly faded, showing some wear at head and foot of spine; gold stamped front book bright with light age spotting around the edges. Frontis portrait of the artist is moderately foxed, all other plates very clean. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Diplomatic Reminiscences of Lord Augustus Loftus

      94 - London, Paris and Melbourne - Cassell and Company, 1892 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarceautobiographical account into the life of British diplomat and colonial administrator, Lord Augustus William Frederick Spencer Loftus. Collection includes volume two of the original two from the first series; exploring dates 1837 through to 1862. As well as the complete volume one and two of the second series, looking at1862 through to 1879. Loftus entered the diplomatic service in 1837 as attach at Berlin and was likewise attach at Stuttgart in 1844. He was secretary to Sir Stratford Canning in 1848, and after serving as secretary of legation at Stuttgart (1852), and Berlin (1853), was envoy at Vienna (1858), Berlin (1860) and Munich (1862). He was subsequently Ambassador at Berlin from 1865 to 1868, to the North German Confederation from 1868 to 1871 and to Saint Petersburg from 1871 to 1879. Uniformly bound with each volume featuring it's original half title. Condition: In cloth bindings with gilt lettering to the spines. Externally, all volumes are very lightly rubbed, with some minor shelfwear. One volume has some light damp staining to the head of it's spine. One rear hinge is very slightly strained. Internally, all volumes are firmly bound and bright. Occasional instances of spotting and library ink stamps. Library bookplates to the front and rear pastedown of each volume. Overall: GOOD..

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        The Works [COMPLETE in 30 volumes]

      Estes and Lauriat ca. 1892, Boston - 1/500. 8vo. Original gold-stamped black morocco, gold-decorated spine. Inside of front and back boards in leather with gold-floral stamped doublures. Raised bands. Top edge gilt. Fore-and bottom page edges untrimmed, as published. Dark blue silk moire free front and rear endpapers. Ribbon markers. Each volume with frontispiece, protected by captioned tissue guard and title-page vignette of Victor Hugo. All illustrated with b/w and sepia-tone reproductions of plates in gravure from photos, etchings from paintings and drawings, as well as some steel engravings by artists such as A. Maignau, A. Michelana, Lucien Melingue, Adrien Moreau, Geoffroy, E. Bordes, Francois Flameng, J. Garnier, A. Gues, E. de Liphard, Hugrel, J. Aubert and many others. All plates protected by printed tissue-guards. Minor water staining on top edge of few pages in Dramas, Vol. I. Front board of Les Miserables, Vol. II almost detached but still holding. Chipping to head and tail of spine of some volumes. Rubbing to some of the raised bands, otherwise minor age wear and scuffing to binding. Wonderful 30 volume set of the works by Victor-Marie Hugo, the 19th century French poet, playwright, essayist, novelist, statesman, visual artists and human rights activist. Tight copies with bindings in overall good to very good, interior in near fine condition. Dramas: 4 volumes; Poems: 3 volumes; Notre-Dame de Paris: 2 volumes; Life, Times and Works: 2 volumes; Les Miserables: 5 volumes; History of a Crime: 2 volumes, includes "Napoleon the Little"; Hans of Iceland: 2 volumes, includes "Last Day of a Condemned"; The Man who Laughs: 2 volumes; Toilers of the Sea: 2 volumes; Ninety-Three: 2 volumes, includes "Bug. Jargal, Claude Oubux"; The Rhine: 2 volumes; Things Seen, Essays: 1 volume; Shakespeare: 1 volume [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Field and Hedgerow Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies

      London - Longmans, Green and Co, 1892 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An interesting collection of the last everessays written by Richard Jefferies. New edition. Featuring a frontispiece of Jefferies with facsimile of his signature. Essay's include Among the Nuts, Winds of Heaven, The Country-Side: Sussex, and Summer in Somerset. Condition: In a half calf binding with cloth covered boards, and gilt lettering to the spine. Externally, smart with very minor marks to the rear board. Internally, firmly bound, bright and clean, aside from spotting to endpapers. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED..

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      A. López Robert, Barcelona 1892 - 5 vols. (4 texto, 1 láminas) fol.m. XXIVp, 426p, 1 estado despl. = 4h, 444p = 2h, IVp, 338p = 1h, 242p = 87 láminas. Enc. plena piel, tejuelos en lomo. "- Palau 363799: "Obra de gran utilidad para los coleccionistas de monedas. muy agotada."." 1892

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        ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES / THE STRAND MAGAZINE An Illustrated Monthly / Vol. III. / January to June [1892]

      George Newnes, London 1892 - Royal 8vo, pp. 660. Although Conan Doyle had introduced the character of Sherlock Holmes to the reading public in 1887, with the publication of the novel "A Study in Scarlet" and, later, his second novel, "The Sign of the Four", the first Sherlock Holmes short story, "A Scandal in Bohemia", was not published until July, 1891, in volume II of The Strand Magazine. It was the first of twelve stories which ran in the magazine until June, 1892, and which were later combined and published in one book entitled "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes", published by Newnes in October, 1892 (see G&G A10). Our offering is a bound copy of volume III of The Strand Magazine, containing the first appearance in print of the remaining six of the Sherlock Holmes "adventure" stories (see G&G, pp. 54-58). Titles include: "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle"; "The Adventure of the Speckled Band"; "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb"; "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor"; "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet"; and "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches". Each story is illustrated by Sidney Paget. The book is handsomely bound in 3/4 wine-red polished calf, with the spine in compartments interspersed with blind-stamped florettes. All edges are marbled. There is a rubber stamp of "Red Cross Lodge" on the endpapers. The boards show rubbing to edges, and some light general scuffing. The binding is tight, and the contents are clean. Overall, a good plus copy. Included are all the other stories and illustrations published in this volume, including the first appearance of Rudyard Kipling's story "The Lost Legion" A single bound volume of six monthly issues [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        La France artistique et monumentale. Sous la direction de M. Henry Havard [avec la collaboration de Jules Cousin, L. De Fourcaud, Ph. Gilles, L. Gonse, J. Guiffrey, E. Müntz, Ch. Yriarte?].

      Paris: Librairie illustrée, sd 1892-1895 - Première édition, 6 volumes in-4; Chaque volume comporte 206 pages et une page de table, 25 héliogravures hors-texte et environ 72 gravures dans le texte. Reliure d"époque en demi-chagrin chocolat à coins, dos à nerfs orné, titre doré, plats et gardes marbrés, tranche supérieure dorée. Bel exemplaire sans rousseurs. Le New York Times du 26 mars 1893 fit l"éloge du premier volume de cet ouvrage? "monumental", fort bien imprimé sur beau papier. Une promenade artistique en France à travers ses monuments civils et religieux: Versailles, Avignon, Reims, Pau, Rouen, Fontainebleau, Amboise, Angers, le Mont St. Michel, Blois, Maintenon, Lyon, Bourges, Cluny, Paris, Vezelay, Nimes, Laon, Ecouen, Poitiers, Chambord, Meudon, Amiens, Autun, Chantilly, Bordeaux, Pierrefonds, Dijon, Chartres, Orléans, Chenonceau et Carcassonne.

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        Cabinet photo of Paul B. Du Chaillu

      Philadelphia, 712 Arch St, 1892 - Paul Du Chaillu (1835-1903) is best-known as an African explorer and is famous for his confirmation of the existence of the "Monstrous and ferocious ape, the gorilla" (DU CHAILLU, PAUL B) 153 x 102 mm. Albumen print cabinet card, SIGNED ("Paul B. Du Chaillu / Feb 22, 1892") on mount, embossed signature of Gutekunst. Light sunning to margins, near fine [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Napoli Nobilissima. Rivista di topografia ed arte napoletana.

      1892 - Napoli Nobilissima. Rivista di topografia ed arte napoletana. Napoli, 1892-1922. 18 volumi in folio. Articoli dei più insigni scrittori del tempo: Benedetto Croce, Schipa, Bartolomeo Capasso, Ceci, Bertaux, de Rinaldis, Di Giacomo, Giulio de Montemayor, Vittorio Spinazzola, Corrado Ricci, Michele Ruggiero, Lorenzo Salazar ed altri. Mezza tela, titolo in oro ai dorsi. Edizione originale. Esemplare scompleto. Mancano: 1892 fascicolo 11; 1904 fascicolo IV; 1906 fascicoli I-III-IV; 1920 fascicolo I da pag.5 a pag.12. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Bibliophilie en 1891-1892 / 1893 / 1894

      Rouquette A.,Techener 1892 - 3 volumes in-8 reliés, pour le premier volume : demi-maroquin havane à coins, dos sans nerfs, ornementations du dos avec des figures géométriques, tête dorée, couverture et dos conservés, 165 pp., ex. n°12, portant la mention 'offert par l'auteur' et un bel envoi, pour le deuxième volume : demi-maroquin violet à coins, dos sans nerfs, avec des ornements floraux, tête dorée, ,couverture et dos conservés, 167 pp., ex. n°35 'offert par l'auteur', envoi, pour le troisième volume : demi-maroquin marron à coins, dos sans nerfs, orné de motifs floraux stylisés mosaïqués, tête dorée, couverture et dos conservés, 202 pp., n°65 'offert par l'auteur', les trois reliures sont signées Pétrus Ruban, et étaient les ouvrages que l'auteur, D'Eylac (A. de Claye) a offert à son ami relieur Pétrus Ruban, l'ensemble est un florilège des publications de l'auteur dans la Moniteur Universel dans la rubrique 'Tablettes du Bibliophile' ; reliures avec quelques infimes frottements sans aucune gravité, les trois ouvrages forment un ensemble avec de très belles reliures, très bel état général. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gil Blas. 1892- 1893- 1894

      Paris - 3 volumes in folio reliés toile bordeaux. 1892, 1893, 1894 complet, reliés en début du premier volume les numéros 15, 20, 22, 24, 25, 26 et 27 de l'année 1891. Soit au total 163 numéros bien conservés [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, and the Life and Letters of Oliver Wendell Holmes

      Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston 1892 - Fifteen octavo volumes, very nicely and uniformly bound in three quarter reddish/burgandy morocco, raised bands, gilt titles and decorated spine compartments. Marbled boards and endpapers, top edge gilt. Number 641 of 750 copies printed of the "Artist's Edition". Owner name on front endpaper of each volume, else contents near fine. Spines somewhat darkened, some fraying to spine ends of two volumes, two boards detached but present, thus very good or better. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Graham, Bookseller, ABAA, IOBA]
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        Atlas of the Santa Fe Route

      TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT SANTA FE ROUTE, CHICAGO 1892 - Rare Santa Fe Railroad Route Atlas. New edition of 1892. From Chicago and St. Louis, to the Gulf of Mexico, City of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean. Accurate county maps of the territory traversed by the system.Big 4to, 34 p. col. maps Pea green printed wrappers. Dry and flaking. Spine taped. Some small losses. Issued without a title-page. Worldcat shows 4 locations (libraries) holding this title, but not specifically this date. Hence a rare Santa Fe Railroad publication.

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        La débacle

      Paris, G. Charpentier 1892 - Livre d'occasion In-12 (19 x 13,5 cm), demi-maroquin noir janséniste à la bradel, dos lisse, tête dorée, non rogné, couv. et dos cons (Dupré), 636 pp. XIXème volume de la série des Rougont-Macquart, qui évoque la défaite de Sedan et la chute de l'Empire remplacé par la IIIe République. Réf. bibliographiques : Carteret II, 488. Condition : Édition originale. L'un des 330 ex. sur Hollande (après 5 ex. sur peau de vélin et 33 ex. sur Japon). Bel exemplaire bien relié. Une faute de frappe par le doreur au dos. 350g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      - PRIMERA EDICIÓN. 444 pp. Láminas (fotolitografías del escudo de armas del Orden de Predicadores, de la efigie de San Jacinto y del mapa explicativo del viaje, láminas con que aparece ilustrado el manuscrito). Bella edición en papel de hilo conservando sus cubiertas en rústica y sin desbarbar. Papel blanquísimo. Diputación Provincial de León. León, 1892. El libro se conservaba manuscrito desde una fecha no conocida, aunque remota, en el archivo municipal de León, ignorándose cómo tan preciado códice vino a parar al depósito documental de un pueblo con cuya historia no tiene la más mínima relación. El docto D. Pascual de Gayangos fue el primero que fijó en él su escrutadora e inteligente mirada. Este renombrado orientalista, años después, siendo Director general de Instrucción pública, comunicó la noticia del hallazgo al bibliotecario de la provincial legionense, D. Ramón Álvarez de la Braña, quien, sin pérdida de tiempo, se enteró de la existencia del manuscrito y de su argumento, publicando en la Revista de Archivos, Bibliotecas y Museos un articulo en que encarecía su importancia y la necesidad de darle cuanto antes a conocer. Va seguida de algunos apéndices que contienen:Indicaciones Geográficas, Apuntes Biográficos, Vocabulario y Noticias de Historia Natural, para más fácil inteligencia del texto. EMV LIBROS ANTIGUOS AMÉRICA [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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      George Newnes Limited, London 1892 - 1892 and 1894. First editions. First issues with no 'Southampton Street' sign on cover of Adventures and with the misprint 'Violent Hunter' for 'Violet Hunter' on page 317. Original pictorial cloth gilt. All edges gilt. Original floral endpapers. 4tos. 9.5 x 6.5 inches (24 x 16.5 cms). Adventures: Half-title, author¿s list of works, title, dedication, pp[1]-317, printer's colophon, blank. Memoirs: Frontispiece, half-title, title, contents, author's list of works, pp[1]-279. Both volumes Illustrated throughout by Sidney Paget. Collated and complete. Adventures has general wear, rubbing and marking to cloth, hinges professionally repaired. Binding is else firm and sound. A few light handling marks or foxing spots to one or two leaves. Text block and contents are else in tight, clean very good condition. Memoirs has an old moisture stain affecting lower edge of cloth and edges of last few leaves. Some rubbing/abrasion to spine and rear cover. Inner hinges cracked at gutter of endpapers. Binding is else in good, sound condition. Some light foxing. Text block and contents are else in very good, clean, sound condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The English Letter-Writer Der Englisher brifenshteller

      Saphirstein & Katzenelenbogen. Printed by J. Saphirstein, 40 Canal Street, New York, New York. 1892 - In Yiddish and English. Very rare first edition. OCLC: 2 Libraries worldwide own item. Author and Yidd lexicographer, born Belorussia, had traditional education, in his teens also learned Hebrew, Russian, Syriac, German and Yiddish. After the 1881 pogroms Harkavy immigrated to the United States, where he learned, then taught, English. After wandering and taking odd jobs for about a decade, Harkavy returned to New York, and began to publish Yiddish-English dictionaries and English self-teaching books, such as Englishe Lerer, Englishe Brifnshtele, to lecture & teach, & translate literary classics into Yiddish. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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