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        Hints on singing / by Manuel Garcia ; translated from the French by Beata Garcia

      London : E. Ascherberg and Co. ; New York : E. Schubert and Co., 1894, Hardback, First EditionFinely bound in modern cloth, with the original paper title-label laid back. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong; 77 pages; Subjects: Singing. Garcia, Manuel 1805-1906.

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        De l'asepsie et antisepsie en obstétrique. Leçons professées à la clinique d'accouchements recueillies et rédigées par J.Potocki.

      Steinheil, Paris 1894 - Fort et grand volume in-8, XIV, 839 pp., 3 planches en chromolithographie, 37 figures dans le texte, demi-chagrin havane à nerfs, tête dorée (reliure moderne). Précieux exemplaire de dédicace. Tarnier a dédié cet ouvrage à Herrgott et lui a offert cet exemplaire, qui comporte un envoi autographe signé de sa main. Herrgott est un autre grand nom de l'obstétrique et de l'antisepsie. "Il a participé ardemment à la lutte contre la fièvre puerpérale à la Faculté de médecine de Strasbourg, puis de Nancy" (H.Stofft). Il existe deux annotations manuscrites, sans doute de la main de Herrgott : indication du lieu et de la date de la mort de Tarnier à la suite de ses principaux titres indiqués sur la page de titre, et mention "Lauréat et correspondant de l'Institut" à la suite des principaux titres de Herrgot sur la page de dédicace. Très bel exemplaire, à grandes marges et d'une grande fraîcheur. Édition originale très rare. Stéphane Tarnier fut le premier à adapter la méthode de Lister à l'obstétrique, avec l'utilisation du phénol. Il contribua aussi beaucoup à développer l'asepsie, utilisant une technique d'exclusion péritonéale pour la césarienne. Le but constant de sa vie professionnelle, depuis sa thèse jusqu'à la fin de sa carrière, a été de faire disparaître la fièvre puerpérale. Tarnier réduisit considérablement la mortalité maternelle liée à la fièvre puerpérale, qui passa de 9,3 % à 1 % cf. GARRISON & MORTON, 5639 : "Tarnier was the first to adopt Listerism in obstetrics" ; Cutter & Viets, p.194 : "Tarnier is best remembered for axis traction forceps, but he also gained fame as the first to adopt Listerism in obstetrics The book on asepsis and antisepsis, with particular stress on obstetrics, was based on Tarnier's lectures at the Maternité, as rearranged by his assistant, J.Potocki. This elaborate treatise of over 800 pages is A LANDMARK IN THE HISTORY OF OBSTETRICS." ; Heirs of Hippocrates, 1940 ; H.Stofft, La fièvre puerpérale au XIXème siècle, Conférences rennaises d'histoire de la médecine et de la santé, cycle 1987-1988. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Poetical Works

      [by Spottiswoode and Co for] Smith, Elder, & Co, London 1894 - Frontispiece portraits in vols. 3, 7, 8, 10 and 16. 17 volumes. Large 8vo. 237 x 157 x 685 mm]. Original tan cloth, the spines printed paper labels, plain endleaves, uncut edges. (Spines darkened, four labels defective and others chipped, some endleaves browned, and a little rubbed and marked). Limited to 250 copies on hand-made paper. There are a few minor spots and the bindings show some signs of wear but it is a decent copy. Browning died in 1889, so these are his final words. Vol.1 is inscribed in ink on the front endleaf: "I gave this set to my mother as it was published. Stanley Baldwin", vols 3 and 17 have pencil inscriptions "Louisa Baldwin from S.B." and all the volumes have the large bookplate of Louisa Baldwin designed by M.D. Johnston and dated 1922. Stanley Baldwin (1867-1947) served three times as British Prime Minister, in 1923-24, 1924-29 and 1935-37. He was the only child of Alfred and Louisa Baldwin, who married in 1866. Louisa (1845-1925) was the youngest of the four remarkable Macdonald sisters. Alice (1837-1910) was the mother of Rudyard Kipling, Georgina (1840-1920) married the painter Sir Edward Burne-Jones and Agnes (1843-1906) married the painter Sir Edward Poynter. Alfred Baldwin was a successful Worcestershire ironmaker and the couple lived at Wilden House, near to the works. Louisa suffered from poor health but read widely and wrote four novels, along with poetry and collections of stories. She encouraged her son's love of literature, although he failed to shine at Harrow, or Trinity College, Cambridge, from where he graduated with a third in 1888. He returned home to work in the family firm and became Managing Director in 1902. He inherited almost £200,000 on his father's death in 1908, and remained engaged in business until appointed to his first ministerial office in 1917.

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        The First Whig. An Account of the Parliamentary Career of William Sacheverell, the Origin of the Two Great Political Parties and the Events Which Led Up to the Revolution of 1688

      Printed by the Author at His Private Press, Scarborough 1894 - First edition [1894], one of only 53 copies printed. Exceptionally scarce history of the Whig Party and William Sacheverell, written and privately printed by the author, Sir George Sitwell. Chapters arranged chronologically: The Country Party; The Popish Plot; The Impeachment of Danby; The Bill of Exclusion; The Green Ribbon Club; Electioneering Methods of the Whigs; The Later History of Pope-Burning; The Tory Reaction; Life in the Country; and The Revolution; with Appendices: Titus Oates and the Tory Party; The Members of the Green Ribbon Club; Index of Sacheverell's Speeches; and Index of Authorities Referred to in the Text. Includes numerous illustrations, with depictions of the Green Ribbon Club and a pope-burning. Tan cloth with calf spine, gilt spine lettering, xvi, 225p. One page prospectus tipped onto front free endpaper describing the book as "An account of the political career of William Sacheverell, the first Whig leader of the House of Commons". The prospectus also anticipated publication in June, 1891, but the book was not published until 1894. Some wear and chipping to the spine ends, gilt spine lettering dulled. Corners bumped, some of the fabric frayed. Internally much better, with good hinges, firm binding, very clean pages free from names, markings, etc. Endpapers lightly soiled but otherwise very clean. Discreet single library stamp on reverse side of title page, no other library indicia. A clean and sound copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ballarat and Vicinity. A Condensed but Comprehensive Account of her Financial, Commercial, Manufacturing, Mining, and Agricultural Enterprises; Her Progress and Population in the Past and Possibilities in the Future.

      F. W. Niven & Co., [1894?], Ballarat: - Ballarat "the Golden", the Victorian boom town, is the site of the only armed civil uprising in Australia's history, the Eureka Rebellion; the Ballarat Fine Art Gallery is the home of the Eureka Flag. Other Ballarat points of interest include the Botanical Gardens, Prime Minister's Avenue, Her Majesty's theatre, and the first municipal observatory. The biographies listed here include local businesses, hotels and clubs, such as Craig's Royal Stables, The Ballarat Star, the Royal George Hotel, The Club Hotel, and Henry Brind and the Warrenheip Distillery. No date, ca. 1894, large 4to, frontis, 232pp, 14 plates, with the last one an ad, b&w ills throughout. Decorative paper wraps with red cloth binding. Title in dark brown at front cover, no title at red cloth spine. With a full page crisp photo process advertisement for F. W. Niven & Co. at the last page. Covers and spine dusty and rubbed, with small chip lower corner. Front inner hinge loose but holding, previous owner signature at ffep. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Het familie- en kampongleven op Groot-Atjeh. Een bijdrage tot de ethnographie van Noord-Sumatra.

      Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1894.2 volumes. 8vo. Original green cloth with gilt and red lettering and decoration (sl. spotted). With 3 (2 folding) plates with Arabic script, 3 chromo-lithographed plates, 7 photolithographed plates and 10 photographic plates. (8),406,(2); (4),271 pp.* Original edition. - Standard work on family- and campong-life in all its aspects on Aceh, a Muslim state in the northernmost part of Sumatra.Cat. KITLV p.26.

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        Untersuchungen ueber die Ausbreitung der elektrischen Kraft

      Johann Ambrosius Barth, Leipzig 1894 - Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Text is in German. Text clean. Small number written lightly on front free endpage. Small sticker on tail spine end. Previous owner’s name on title page. Boards bumped and worn at corners, edges and spine ends. Half leather boards heavily rubbed at corners and spine ends. Small closed tear and fraying to spine head. Light sunning to spine. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 117042. International shipping may require additional postage. Please inquire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Camel. Its Uses and Management.

      London, Longmans, Green and Co., 1894.. VII, (1), 335, (1) pp. Original blindstamped maroon cloth, title and author in gilt on front board and spine; top edge gilt. 8vo.. First edition. Chapters include characteristics and temperament, species, breeding, feeding, loading, marching, ailments, equipment, purchasing, etc. - Professional repairs. - OCLC 254041139.

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        Almanach d'Arlequin 1894 & La lanterne d'Arlequin pour l'année 1894, année complète

      La lanterne d'Arlequin 1894 - - La lanterne d'Arlequin, Tours 1894, 12x16,5cm, relié. - Edition originale. Reliure en demi basane marron, dos à cinq nerfs orné de fleurons dorés, relire de l'époque. Ensemble complet de l'almanach et des 51 fascicules imprimés durant l'année 1894 Nombreuses illustrations. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Report on Indians Taxed and Indians Not Taxed in the United States (except Alaska) at the Eleventh Census: 1890

      Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 1894 - Original black cloth. 683 pages, w/ index; illustrated with 25 maps (color gate-folds) and 203 plates, including photographs and chromolithographs of indians. "One of the most important and exhaustive treatments of the American Indians in the 19th Century. Discussions of Indian populations by states, life on the reservations, schooling, employment etc." HOWES D-148. Original binding shaken, rubbed and loose, typical age toning to paper [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dictionnaire de L Ameublement et de la Décoration. Depuis le XIIIe siécle jusqu à nos jours.,

      Paris, Maison Quantin o. J. (1894). - 4 Bde. 4°, 5192 (v. 5196) Sp. 254 (v. 256) Taf. (davon zahlr. farb. Taf.) u. ca. 2500 Abb. i. Text. OHLdr. mit Goldprägung, einzelne Bl. lose, Bd. 4: Rü.m. Vorderdeckel gelöst. 2 Taf. u. Sp. 609-613 im 3. Bd. fehlen. Enyklopädisches Nachschlagewerk die einzelnen Bereiche der Wohnkultur betreffend. Die Taf. tlw. in prächtiger Chromolithographie. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE PRISONER OF ZENDA

      Bristol; (1894): J.W. Arrowsmith Second issue, with this title listed as vol. XVIII on page 311.This famous title is still in print and is a movie source, and quite possibly one of the rarest Victorian titles in first edition. 310pp. [2]pp. ads, bound in rust colored cloth with some fading, neat owner's name on free endpaper. A near fine copy with sharp corners, binding showing no wear just a bit of fading, internally fresh and bright.. First Edition.

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Manuel de l'amateur de Livres du XIXe siecle 1801-1893. 8 Bde. (komplett).

      Paris, Rouquette, 1894-1920.. Gr-8; je Bd. meist ca. 1000-1350 pp; dekor. HLdr. d. Zt. auf 5 Bünden mit goldgepr. Rücken und eingebundenen OUmschlägen, zweiseitig unbeschnitten; sehr schöne Exemplare mit nur geringen Gebrauchs- und Altersspuren; in Bd. 3 eine Lage verbunden.. Originalausgabe. Das Standardwerk für die französischen Literatur des 19. Jahrhunderts mit ausführlichen Angaben zu rund 20.000 Büchern und Zeitschriften.

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        The Land of Hearts Desire

      London: T Fisher Unwin. G+ : in Good condition plus. Rebound in full leather with new endpapers added. Part of original wrapper bound in to rear. Tears to inner margin of first page blank and some light marking. Edges uncut. 1894. First Edition [of 500 copies]. Red hardback leather cover. 200mm x 140mm (8" x 6"). 43pp, 1pp ads. Title page illustrated by Aubrey Beardsley. .

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        AVERIGUACIONES DE LAS ANTIGÜEDADES DE CANTABRIA

      - Averiguaciones de las antigüedades de Cantabria, enderezadas principalmente a descubrir las de Vizcaya, Guipúzcoa y Alava, provincias contenidas en ella, y a honor y gloria de S. Ignacio de Loyola cántabro por padre y madre, y nacimiento en la una, y por orígenes maternos en las otras dos, patriarca y fundador de la Compañía de Jesús.- Tolosa, Imprenta, Librería y Encuadernación de E. López, 1894 - 1895; 7 tomos en tela editorial ilustrada, 1º, 4 h. - 406 pp. 2º, XLVII-349 pp. 3º, 433 pp. 4º, 398 pp. 5º, 398 pp. 6º, 395 pp. 7º, 450 pp. Un estado plegado con la genealogía de San Ignacio y viñetas en el texto. Muy Buen ejemplar. Palau nº 112935.

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        Schmerzlose Operationen: Oertliche Betäubung mit indifferenten Flüssigkeiten. Psychophysik des natürlichen und künstlichen Schlafes.

      - Berlin, Julius Springer, 1894, X, 256 pp., 32 Abb., Halbledereinband der Zeit; feines Exemplar. Erste Ausgabe dieses epochemachenden Werkes über die Entwicklung der Infiltrationsanästhesie, die Schleich auf dem Deutschen Chirurgenkongreß 1894 praktisch demonstriert hatte. - Als Schleich seine Erfahrungen mit der Infiltrationsanästhesie vor dem Chirurgenkongreß in Berlin 1892 vortrug, begegnete er großer Skepsis. Im Kongreßbericht ist folgende Einzelheit der Diskussion festgehalten worden: Schleich schloß sein Referat folgendermaßen: Wer heute noch eine Chloroformnarkose macht, ohne zuvor die vom Vortragenden emfohlende Methode versucht habe, lädt vom wissenschaftlichen, moralischen und strafrechtlichen Gesichtspunkte aus schwere Verantwortung auf sich. Herr von Bardeleben (als Präsident) fordert zur Abstimmung darüber auf, ob jemand aus der Gesellschaft von der Wahrheit der Ausführung des Vortragenden überzeugt ist. Es hebt keiner die Hand". - Jahre später mußte der größte Chirurg jener Zeiten, Ernst von Bergmann, nachdem auch die Bestätigung der Lokalanästhesie aus Amerika kam, eingestehen: "Schleichs Anästhesie ist die erste deutsche chirurgische Großtat überhaupt. Wir haben ihr außer der Narkose und dem Lister nichts Ebenbürtiges entgegenzustellen. Schleichs Unterdrückung ist ein Schandfleck für die Chirurgie." Silló-Seidl, Ärzte ohne Nobelpreis, 33 ff. - Carl Ludwig Schleich (1869-1822), Sohn eines bekannten Stetiner Ophthalmologen, studierte Medizin in Zürich, Greifswald und Berlin, hatte als Student seinen künstlerischen Neigungen, die sein Leben ebenso wie die Medizin beherrschten, ausgelebt. Nach Assistentenjahren in Greifswald ließ er sich 1889 in Berlin als Besitzer einer Privatklinik nieder. 1900 war er für kurze Zeit Leiter des Krankenhauses Teltow in Lichterfelde. Schleich fand vielseitige Anerkennung nicht nur als Arzt, sondern auch als Essayist, als Erzähler und als Komponist." H.P.Schmiedebach, R.Winau, R.Häring: Erste Operationen Berliner Chirurgen 1817-1931, p.229 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les grandes guerres civiles du Japon, les Minamoto & les Taïra - les mikados et les Siogouns (1156-1392), précédé d'une introduction sur l'histoire ancienne et les légendes,

      P., Leroux 1894, - grand in-8, VI-422 pp., nombreuses illustrations dans le texte, 1 planche dépliante (sur 2) et 1 carte en couleur, reliure chagrin, dos à nerfs, titre doré, tête dorée. L'introduction fait plus de cent pages. Des piqûres éparses par endroit, manque une planche. Some spotting, one plate is missing.

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        AUT DIABOLUS AUT NIHIL AND OTHER TALES by X. L. [pseudonym]

      London: Methuen & Co.,. 1894. Octavo, pp. [i-iv] v [vi] vii-ix [x] xi [xii] [1] 2-303 [304: "opinions of the press"] + 32-page publisher's catalogue dated "October 1894" inserted at rear,. original dark green cloth, spine and front panels lettered in orange, all edges untrimmed.. Slight spine lean, cloth a bit rubbed at spine ends and corner tips,. hairline cracks to inner hinges (as is usually the case with this. book), still a tight, very good copy. An attractive, much better than. average copy of a scarce book rarely found in nice condition.. (#113530). First edition. "Mixed collection of criminous and two notable supernatural tales; the title story concerns fin-de-siecle diabolism, enjoyed success de scandale as supposedly describing actual practices by same circles Huysmans frequented during research for La-Bas; 'A Kiss of Judas' peculiar variant of vampirism, undercurrents of anti-Semitism and transsexual eroticism. Work demonstrates originality and imagination." - Robert Knowlton. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 2-28. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1747. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 237. Bleiler (1978), p. 213. Reginald 05397. Hubin (1994), p. 479.

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        Aut Diabolus Aut Nihil, and Other Tales

      Methuen & Co., London 1894 - Presumed 1st edition of this book of dark tales by Julian Osgood Field. Front pastedown has a gift inscription from Sir C. Arthur Pearson, 1st Baronet of St Dunstan's, London - a man of many notable achievements in both business and philanthropic endeavors. Dark green cloth over boards have a bit of scuffing, with extra wear at edges, shoulders and spine ends. Binding is loose, with covers barely attached, many interior gutters have hairline cracks or larger separations, as is common for this book. Inside pages are clear, with some age toning and occasional foxing. Dark band across top of page begins at pg 293, and continues through end of book, including 32 pgs of Methuen's book list. Text block edges are all uneven and dusty. 304 pp. 5.5 x 8 inches. * Postage for oversized and international shipping will be calculated by size and weight. AbeBooks shipping quotes are ESTIMATES only. If actual shipping cost is less than the AbeBooks estimate, it is our practice to REFUND the difference to the buyer. * NOAMZ [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hints on Singing translated from the French by Beata Garcia

      ASCHERBERG, HOPWOOD, & CREW, NEW YORK 1894 - Gold gilt on cover, b&w illustrations, good binding, and unmarked text. Faded spine, crease in spine, few soil spots on cover, and front hinge is loosening. DATE PUBLISHED: 1894 EDITION: 75 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Reminiscences and Souvenirs of the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

      Washington: Press of Rufus H. Darby 1894 - 8vo. Fully bound in contemporary dark brown leather with modern leather on spine. Originally a softcover volume bound in green paper. Blind embossed decorative borders on boards. Tight binding and solid boards. Tight binding and solid boards. Minor shelf wear. Slight rubbing to boards. Bumping to corners. Moderate scuffing to spine. Brown marbled endpapers. Inside cover (softcover) chipping slightly at edges. Clean, unmarked pages. Various illustrations. Includes photographs of individuals involved in the assassination, as well as unique ephemera, such as the bedspread and pillow cases used on the bed on which Lincoln died. An interesting volume in a unique custom binding. An excellent addition to the library of any Civil War-era history enthusiast. Please feel free to view our photographs of this lovely volume. Ships daily. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Determination experimentale de la valeur du metre

      Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1894. <p>Presentation Copy</p> Michelson, Albert Abraham (1852-1931). Determination experimentale de la valeur du metre en longueurs d&#39;ondes lumineuses. Offprint from Travaux et Memoires du Bureau International des Poids et Mesures, Vol. 11. 4to. 237 [3]pp. 2 plates. Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1894. 314 x 240 mm. Contemporary cloth. Title evenly browned, with small bookplate tipped to it; bookplate also on front pastedown. Presentation Copy, inscribed (probably by a publisher&#39;s clerk) on the front free endpaper: "Avec les compliments de l&#39;Auteur." </p><p>First Separate Edition of Michelson&#39;s paper describing his and Edward Morley&#39;s experimental determination of the length of the international meter bar in terms of wave-lengths of cadmium light, providing thereby a reproducible standard. "Adapting his refractometer as a comparator for lengths that could be reduced through spectroscopy and interferometric techniques to nonmaterial standards of length, Michelson found in 1892-93 that the Paris meter bar was equal to 1,553,163.5 wavelengths of the red cadmium line. So elegant were the success and precision of this project that Michelson became internationally famous" (DSB). </p><p>In 1907 Michelson, "the man who taught the world to measure," became the first American to win a Nobel Prize in the sciences, receiving the physics prize for his "optical instruments of precision and the spectroscopic and metrological investigations which he carried out by means of them" (Weber, Pioneers of Science [2nd ed.], p. 31). Michelson is remembered today chiefly for the "Michelson-Morley experiment" (1887), an attempt to measure the relative velocity through which the earth moves through the hypothetical "luminiferous ether"-primarily because of the influence this had on the development of relativity theory. It is probable, however, that the above work of 1894 was also highly valued by the Nobel committee in 1907.</p><p> Our sources do not show a separate English-language edition of Michelson&#39;s Determination experimentale de la valeur du metre, nor do they indicate where, if ever, the English-language version was published. Since Michelson performed his measurements in Paris, it is reasonable to assume that his paper appeared first in French. Parkinson, Breakthroughs: A Chronology of Great Achievements in Science and Mathematics, p. 424.</p>

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        L'Amitié antique d'après les moeurs populaires et les théories des philosophes

      Paris : Félix Alcan 1894 - ~ Édition originale, la seule intégrale ~ Demi maroquin à nerfs et coins, titre doré sur le dos, filets dorés sur les plats, tête peignée, autres tranches non rognées, papier et gardes marbrés, conservant les 2 couvertures originales soigneusement réglées & montées bien qu'avec des petits manques ~ 4f+454p ~ 23x15x5cm. ~ Bel exemplaire, reliure neuve ~ Heavy item, circa 1.2 Kg. Extra postage costs may apply (please ask for quotation before ordering, clicking on the "Ask Bookseller a Question" button to be found below) ~ LANGUAGE: Français / Additional images available/ [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes [Longmans&#39; Colonial Library] With illustrations by Sidney Paget

      London, Longmans Green and Co. 1894., 1894. First Colonial Issue, being the second English Edition (and first to be issued in octavo size, following the earlier quarto volume. This issue precedes the earliest English octavo edition, which was published under the title &#39;The Last Adventures of Sherlock Holmes&#39;. Pp296 + 24 (catalogue). Elegantly hand-bound in recent half tan calf over cloth sides, spine gilt-lettered in six compartments with raised bands, original cloth covers bound in at rear. Occasional spotting, some thumbing. A very good copy of a particularly scarce issue. Including &#39;The Final Problem&#39;, with &#39;The Death of Sherlock Holmes&#39; plate; Professor Moriarty and Holmes plunge down the Richenbach Falls. Such was the public outcry, Doyle was forced to resurrect his hero. Green & Gibson [A14d], Cooper & Pike [p115-119], Eric Quayle; Detective Fiction. Book Collector No.271, &#39;The Great Illustrators&#39;.

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        The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

      London: George Newnes,, 1894. Large octavo (225 × 155 mm). Contemporary blue crushed half morocco by Bayntun Riviere, spine lettered in gilt with gilt raised bands, blue cloth sides, marbled boards, all edges gilt. Illustrated by Sidney Paget. Gift inscription to the front free endpaper. Spine faded, some stains to the cloth, occasional spotting and stains to a few pages. A very good copy. First edition, first impression. The second of the two primary collections of Holmes stories, containing material published 1892&#150;1893 in The Strand as further episodes of the Adventures (1892), including the climactic "The Adventure of the Final Problem", in which Holmes meets his doom at the Reichenbach Falls.

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        Sammlung exotischer Schmetterlinge (Lepidoptera Exotica). Nouvelle édition fac-simile française dirigée par P. Wytsman avec notes additionelles par W. F. Kirby.

      Bruxelles, V. Verteneuil & L. Desmet, 1894-1897. 3 volumes bound in 5. Large-4to (315 x 238mm). pp. (10); (8); (10), 172, with 491 hand-coloured lithographed plates. Later brown cloth, spines with gilt lettering (and:) HUEBNER, J. & GEYER, C. Zuträge zur Sammlung exotischer Schmetterlinge bestehend in Bekundigung einzelner Fliegmuster neuer oder rarer nichteuropäischer Gattungen. Nouvelle édition fac-simile française. Introduction et index systématique et alphabétique par W.F. Kirby. Bruxelles, V. Verteneuil & L. Desmet, 1908-1912. 1 volume bound in 2. Large-4to (315 x 238mm) pp. (4), ii, 100, (2), with 172 hand-coloured lithographed plates. Later brown cloth, spines with gilt lettering Rare complete set of this beautifully handcoloured new edition of one of the finest and most important works on exotic butterflies, which was edited in a very limited edition. It comprises Hübner's complete works on exotic butterflies, the 'Sammlung exotischer Schmetterlinge' published from 1806-24 and his 'Zuträge zur Sammlung exotischer Schmetterlinge' published from 1818-37, of which the last part was published by Geyer. Both these two original works are extremely rare and we have not offered copies since many decades. The new edition of these works on exotic butterflies books by Wystman and Kirby is superbly produced. The plates are printed on thick, wove paper and exquisitely handcoloured. Also this edition is a great rarity and the number of copies produced minute. Wystman published 3 issues, one with German text, one with English text and one with French text. Probably no more than 50 copies were published. Mr. Kirby says "In writing letter press to Hübner's 'Sammlung exotischer Schmetterlinge', I have paid special attention to the correct identification of the species figured, and in one or two cases I have found it necessary to propose new names. I have not given descriptions, but sufficient synonymy and explanations to bring Hübner's plates into range with later publication" (Entomological Society News 1911). "La reproduction des planches sur papier de Hollande comme l'original, sera en tous points conforme à l'ancienne édition. La tracé des figures sera exécuté par la gravure, de façon à garantir une exactitude absolue. Pour le coloris, je me suis assuré le concours de quatre artistes, spécialistes dans ce travail" (From the printed wrappers)./Very little is known about Huebner's life. The rarity of his works is due to the great upheavel caused by the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars and the long period of publication. Huebner was a man of modest means, more or less tied to his native town Augsburg. He was a designer in one of the leading cotton factories of the town. His true love and inclination were Lepidoptera. He published a number of beautifully illustrated iconographies on the subject which he published for his own account and he drew and engraved all the illustrations himself. "Nehmen wir als Beispiel die berühmten drei Schmetterlings-Iconographien des Augsburger Insecten-Malers und Muster-Zeichners in einer Kattun-Fabrik J. Hübner (1761-1826), welche als die schönsten Abbildungswerke der Entomologie gelten. Deren 1900 colorierte Tafeln sind als künstlerische Leistungen erst-rangig. (Und in der Reihe solcher Abbildungswerke, die sich die Bibliophilie und die Wissenschaft streitig machen, ist das Hübner'sche Opus eines der wenigen, bei dem der Fall eintritt, dass ihm die Wissenschaft einen höheren Preiss zubilligt, als die Bibliophilie; obzwar sonst infolge der weitaus grösseren Kaufwilligkeit und Kaufkraft, die nach der Kunst hin orientierten Sammlern innewohnt, die Preise solcher auf dem Ueberschneidungs-Gebiet wachsenden Werke eben von der Bibliophilie bestimmt werden)" (Junk. Rara p. 244). A very nice uniformly bound set.//See Horn & Schenkling 10905 & 10908 for the original edition and Nissen ZBI, 2040 & 2041 for the original edition as well as the present issue.

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        L&#39;Evangile De L&#39;Enfance De Notre Seigneur Jesus-Christ Selon Saint Pierre Mis En Francais Par Catulle Mendes Apres Le Manucrit De L&#39;Abbaye De Saint Wolfgang

      Paris: Armand Colin, (1894). First edition. Hardcover. Three quarter brown morocco and marbled boards, matching endpapers, rebacked. Near fine/No Dust Jacket. Unpaginated. 32.5 x 25 cm. 17 lithographed Art Nouveau illustrations hors texte and a host of decorative floral borders and drawings. Schwabe, a painter and print maker featured allegorical and mythological themes indicating the idealism of the Symbolists. Original wrappers bound-in. Regular edition outside the limited edition of 150. Bound by Blackwell, raised bands, spine panels decorated in gilt, bookplate. CARTERET 73. MONOD 4397.

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        Nouvelles Considérations au sujet des Annales et des Histoires de Tacite. [ Exemplaire de l'auteur annoté et corrigé de sa main ]

      Ernest Leroux 1894 - Ouvrage accompagné des photographies de cinq pages des manuscrits de Florence et de 68 Lettres de Poggio Bracciolini, 1 vol. grand in-8 reliure de l'époque demi-basane mauve, Ernest Thorin, Paris, 1894, XIX-293 pp. Exemplaire unique annoté et corrigé par l'auteur (avec 4 ff. manuscrits insérés). Né à Saint Pierre de la Martinique le 25 octobre 1831, Polydore Hochart effectua ses études au collège royal de Bordeaux. Agrégé du secondaire, il rentre dans la carrière des armements maritimes, avant de se retirer des affaires en 1877 pour s'adonner entièrement aux études littéraires et historiques. Il s'agit ici de l'importante suite à son oeuvre principale, contestant l'authenticité des Annales de Tacite et l'attribuant au Pogge. Bon exemplaire enrichi de nombreuses annotations, de pièces manuscrites ou dactylographiées contrecollées. Nous disposons par ailleurs des autres ouvrages de Polydore Hochart annotés de sa main (liste disponible sur demande) Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Hieroglyphic Bibles: Their Origin and History, A Hitherto UNwritten Chapter of Bibliography with Facsimile Illustrations.,

      David Bryce and Son, Glasgow 1894 - Thick 4to. xvi, 316pp. Index. Tan buckram printed in black on the spine and in black and gilt on the upper board. Top edge gilt. Patterned endpapers. Printed in red and black. The first part (text) is illustrated with a frontispiece and numerous black and white facsimiles. The second part is the "New Hieroglyphic Bible Told in Stories by Frederick A. Laing" The 184 page Bible is printed in color: the leaves (approximately 2 by 3 inches) are mounted four to a page on heavy stock attached to linen guards.Traces of soil to the top and bottom edges of the book, else this is in near fine condition and is indeed a very nice copy. With the scarce printed linen dustwrapper: blue linen printed in black and mounted to card stock. The jacket is a bit soiled, but still quite presentable and a very early exemplar of a printed cloth dustwrapper. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Harper's Monthly Magazine

      05 - London - Osgood, Mcilvaine and Company 1894 - Thirteen uniformly bound volumes of the European edition of theperiodical Harper's Magazine from the turn of the twentieth century. Containing volume 29 (December 1894-May 1895), December 1895-May 1896, December 1896-May 1897, Volume 34 (June 1897-November 1897), Volume 96 (Decmber 1897 to May 1898), Volume 97 (June 1898 to November 1898), Decmber 1898 to May 1899, June 1902 to November 1902, December 1902 toMay 1903, June 1903 to November 1903, December 1903 to May 1904, June 1904 to November 1904, and December 1904 to May 1905. Harper's Magazine (also called Harper's) is a monthly magazine of literature, politics, culture, finance, and the arts, with a generally liberal perspective. It is the second-oldest continuously published monthly magazine in the U. S. Notable contributors include Winston Churchill, John Steinbeck, Henry James and Mark Twain. Some of the titles contained includePlant and Animal Intelligence by Nathaniel S. Shaler, An Angel in the House by Harriet Prescott Spofford, Is English Becoming Corrupt by Thomas R. Lounsbury, and The Sea-Child by Ehtel-Watts Mumford. With many plates throughout,sixteen of which are coloured (collated complete), and hundreds ofin-textillustrations. Condition: In decorative brown cloth bindings with gilt detailing. Externally smart, with just some light rubbing and wear to the heads and tails of the spines. More pronounced wear to the head ofvolume 97. Some bumping to the corners. Internally, generally firmly bound, although tender in places with some pages working loose. Hinges are slightly strained, with closed tear to title page of volume 29 . Frontispiece of June 1902 to November 1902 detached. Pages have just the odd spot (with some heavier foxing and spotting to the first and last few pages), but are very bright. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pride and Prejudice

      George Allen, UK 1894 - 1st Edition 1894. The famous "Peacock edition" of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice". Often regarded as the most beautifully produced of Jane Austen's classic works . Full leather binding with gilt, raised bands and gilt to page edges. Hand marbled endpapers. Over 101 illustrations by the formost illustrator of the time Hugh Thomson. Book is fine and very bright. Contents good with age toned and lightly marked pages. Tile page darkened. Frontis plate with paper repair and is darkened/age toned. Inner half title page missing. More images can be taken upon request. Ref Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Woman of No Importance

      London: John Lane, at the Sign of the Bodley Head 1894. . First edition, one of 500 copies, 8vo, (xiv), 154, (2), 14 advertisement, (2) pp. Lightly browned throughout, endpapers with some foxing, old signature (&#147;Louie Dowson&#148;) to fly leaf. Original lilac cloth, gilt title and decoration by Charles Shannon, rather dull and soiled. Mason 364.

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        The Sign of Four

      London: George Newnes. 1894., 1894. Fourth Impression. 8vo. 283pp. Very good indeed in an elaborate and highly attractive variant binding. Purchased from one of the UK&#39;s foremost Doyle dealers, this is only the second copy we&#39;ve seen (in our 40 year career as one of the UK&#39;s other foremost Doyle dealers) in this binding. Publisher&#39;s grey-lilac cloth elaborately titled and decorated in gilt, orange and black to spine and front board. Some edgewear, a slight lean, light bumping to spine ands and some soiling of the unusual cloth, a very handsome book. Small dampstain to bottom inch of fore-edge, bleaching the cloth board corners. Internally clean and sharp. Decorated endpapers with booksellers label to front pastedown. Ownership stamp to top right corner of title page. A scarce item, in most attractive condition.

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        Life&#146;s Little ironies: A set of tales With Some colloquial sketches Entitled A few crusted characters By Thomas Hardy, O.M

      James R. Osgood, Mc Ilvaine & Co, All rights Reserved, [on verso of title:] 45 Albemarle Street London, 1894. Blank before half-title, blank at end; pp.[viii]+301+[i (advertisements)]+[ii]; sage green patterned sand-grain cloth, ruled and blocked brown, lettered gilt, on front cover and spine; t.e. uncut. Slight mottled fading to spine; otherwise a fine copy. Sadleir, 1110; Purdy, pp.81-6. Both Sadleir and Purdy describe the cloth as simple sand-grain, which it has never been in any copy we have seen. Scheduled for publication on 16th February, 1894, Purdy records that only 2,000 copies of this first edition were printed, and that it sold out in advance. Five large impressions had been called for by the end of May. The cover design is by Charles Ricketts. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.

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        A Woman of No Importance

      John Lane, London 1894 - 1st edition, newly rebound in brown leather with a gilt-stamped red leather title piece and Florentine marbled endpapers. New binding fine; the text pages are about good plus. All are toned brown near the edges. The first blank (of 2 before the title page) bears a gift inscr. in French; that page also chipped at the corners. An owner's name is upside down on the final blank. 154 pp. + 16-p. publisher's catalog. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Second Book of the Rhymers' Club

      Elkin Mathews & John Lane/ Dodd, Mead - 1894. Hardcover. 136pp. Original boards, with title gilted on spine, bumped. Pages shaded, edges uncut, text very clear. A limited first edition of 600 copies. A very good copy. Previous owner's signature on ffep. Keywords: Poetry, William Butler Yeats, Ernest Dowson. First edition copy. . . . Free Shipping Worldwide. Books ship from the US and Ireland . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DIARY OF A JOURNEY THROUGH MONGOLIA AND TIBET IN 1891 AND 1892.

      Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1894 - First edition, royal 8vo (10 x 6 ¼) pp. xx, 414, 27 plates, 13 text illustrations, large folding map. Three-quarter green morocco & marbled boards, back in six compartments, gilt titled & bordered lettering pieces in the second & third, five gilt filleted raised bands. Very good copy in attractive later retrospective binding in excellent condition. Sheets & plates clean, unmarked, & complete but there are some mostly inner marginal tears to a few sheets & plates. H6007 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Trilby

      London - Harper's Monthly Magazine 1894 - A fantastic find for fans of du Maurier, the original Harper's Monthly serialisation of Trilby bound from the parts into a finely bound volume. Bound in half leather and marbled paper-covered boards with gilt lettering. This is a collection of the first printed serial appearances of Trilby extracted from Harper's Monthly Magazines and bound as one complete work. High quality paper has been laid down covering superfluous text to make for a continuous narrative. With the armorial nameplate of S. F. Widdrington to the front pastedown. George Louis Palmella Busson du Maurier, 1834 1896, was a French-born British cartoonist and author. Triby is du Maurier's second work. Shallcross Fitzherbert Jacson was the nephew of Samuel Edward Widdrington (17871856) the writer on Spain. He inherited his estates and name. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. The front hinge is starting but still firm. There is some mild wear to the extremities, including some mild rubbing. Internally the pages are generally bright with light background foxing, prominent to the endpapers, and handling marks. Overall the condition is very good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Italian Gardens

      New York: Harper & Brothers,, 1894. Quarto. Original green cloth, titles and decoration to upper board and spine gilt. Many photographic illustrations. A superb copy. First edition, first printing. Platt&#39;s neat little study of the choicest surviving Italian gardens is a classic of its kind. Copies in this condition are not common.

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        L'uomo di genio

      Fratelli Boca - Torino 1894 - In rapporto alla psichiatria, alla storia ed all'estetica. Con 26 tavole e 23 figure nel testo.24.4 x 16.5 cm. 744 pagine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Femme de Chagrin

      1894. Lithograph. 272 x 182 mm. First state of 2. Signed in the stone. One of 100 impressions, signed and numbered in pencil below the image. Crauzat, 454.

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