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        Outlaw and Lawmaker

      Chatto & Windus 1894 - 1894. A New edition. 334 pages. No dust jacket. Decorative blue cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine. Slightly loose binding to lightly tanned pages with bright copy throughout. Minor foxing to endpapers and rough cut page edges. Several cracked hinges exposing binding and creating shaky boards. Frequent light finger marks and small stains to page edges. Moderate rub wear and markings to boards with tanning to spine and board edges. Moderate stains and some bleaching. Pronounced forward lean. Moderate rub wear to edges with fraying to spine ends and bumped corners exposing boards beneath. Softening to spine ends. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: World of Rare Books]
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      London: George Newnes, Ltd, 1894. pp. 279, b/w frontispiece, other b/w in-text illustrations, half-title and title page. Original blue cloth binding with gilt lettering and black vignette to the front board, boards with bevelled edges. Binding generally very good with a little general wear and rubbing to edges, gilt bright to front board, somewhat dulled to spine, cloth slightly marked. All edges gilt. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions, original peacock patterned endpapers, but missing the front free part which has been replaced in facsimile. A good to very good copy. . First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Illus. by Paget, Sidney. Large 8vo. Book.

      [Bookseller: Loe Books]
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        Friedrich Nietzsche in seinen Werken.

      Verlag von Carl Konegen, Wien., 1894. First edition. Octavo. pp [iv], 263. Two portrait plates. Several of Nietzsche's letters are reproduced in facsimile, one of them acting as the Vorwort. Period binding of quarter maroon leather with gilt decoration to spine, leather title-labels, marbled boards and edges, patterned endpapers. The author's relationship with Nietzsche has been the subject of at least three novels.Covers rubbed at the edges. One of the title-labels is defective. Very good. Scarce.

      [Bookseller: Peter Ellis bookseller]
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        Das Kapital. Kritik der politischen Oekonomie. Erster Band: Buch I: Der Produktionsprocess des Kapital. Fünfte Auflage. Herausgegeben von Friedrich Engels. - Zweiter Band: Buch II: Der Cirkulationsprocess des Kapitals. Dritte Auflage. Herausgegeben von Friedrich Engels. - Dritter Band 1. und 2. Theil: Buch III: Der Gesammtprocess der kapitalistischen Produktion. Herausgegeben von Friedrich Engels.

      Hamburg, Verlag von Otto Meissner, 1903, 1894. - in 3 Bänden Gross-8°. XXXII, 739 S.; XXVII, 500 S.; XXVIII, 448 S., IV, 422 S., Originalhalblederbände. Gutes Exemplar der vollständigen, von Engels überarbeiteten Ausgabe. Band 3 in der ersten Auflage. - Einbände, v.a. Rücken, berieben. Vorderdeckel bei Band 1 mit einer Stossspur. Stellenweise leicht stockfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám, the Astronomer Poet of Persia. Rendered into English Verse by Edward Fitzgerald. With an accompaniment of drawings by Elihu Vedder.

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin at the Riverside Press, 1894. 8vo., [59] photo-lithographed plates (including frontis, title and dedication plates), followed by 61 pp. of text. all on folded pages. Elaborately gilt-stamped brown cloth, gilt title to backstrip, floral endpapers also by Vedder, top-edge gilt. Binding slightly rubbed at edges, minor fraying at corners, internally bright; very good. Gift inscription in ink on recto of frontis, “To Father from George, Annie and Florence. Christmas 1902.” Sweet poem written in contemporary manuscript hand by John W. Chadwick slipped in. This edition first published in 1884. The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám is said to be one of the ten best known poems in the world, and probably the most popular piece of Middle Eastern literature in the Western World. There are hundreds of editions published from Fitzgerald’s various translations alone. American symbolist artist Elihu Vedder (1836-1923) is best known for his illustrations of the Rubáiyát. Vedder met a number of Pre-Raphaelite painters while visiting London in 1876, and attended an exhibition of William Blake’s work at the Burlington Club. Blake’s influence can be seen in Vedder’s idealized human forms. He is also known for his mural work in Collis P. Huntington’s mansion, the Walker Art Gallery at Bowdoin College, and the Library of Congress. Vedder’s illustrations for the Rubáiyát were some of the earliest examples of Art Nouveau in America. This first Houghton Mifflin edition was so popular it sold out in just six days. (See Stillman, and ANB).

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        "PIEREN, OUDE FOTO'S, DEN HELDER, JAVA Album met ruim 300 foto's uit de jaren 1894-1903, gemaakt door Adriaan Pieren (1864-1907), chef O.Z.D. 1914/1915; KTZ. 1 band.".

      Betreft: Amsterdamse stadsgezichten 1894, Den Helder en Huisduinen, Hellevaartsluis 1896, aan boord H.M. Wassenaer 1894, H.M. Van Speyk 1895-1896, H.M. Castor, H.M. Nautilus, zeeschepen en plezierjachten, feesten Amsterdam 1898, gezichten op Java, Sevilla, Cadix, Bahia, etc.M3661.

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        L'industrie du gruyère (Encyclopédie des connaissances pratiques, VII)

      Paris, Société d'éditions scientifiques, (1894), in-8, [4]-238 pp, demi basane bleue de l'époque, dos lisse et fileté, 14 figures gravées sur bois dans le texte. Organisation économique, technique, le lait (propriétés, période de lactation, altérations, contrôles, etc.), fabrication et commerce du gruyère. De la bibliothèque de la faculté catholique de Paris, avec cachet annulé.

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        The Yellow Book

      London: Elkin Mathews & John Lane [then:] John Lane, The Bodley Head,, 1894–7. An Illustrated Quarterly. 13 volumes, octavo. Original yellow cloth, spines and covers lettered and illustrated in black, top edges untrimmed, with the advertisements to the rear. Illustrations throughout with tissue-guards. Bookseller's blind stamp to front free endpaper of vols. IV. Bookseller's receipt dated 1908 laid into vol. III. Spines lightly toned and gently rolled, with small bumps to ends, small nick to foot of front cover to vol. VIII, faint soiling to covers; an excellent, unusually bright set, with vols. VI, VII, and X–XIII unopened. First editions of all volumes except volumes VI and IX, which are second editions, and volumes II and VII, which are third editions. This famous, epochal, and notorious periodical includes work by all the great figures of the 1890s including Beerbohm, Beardsley, Henry James, Yeats, Gissing, Kenneth Grahame, Ernest Dowson, Lionel Johnson, Baron Corvo, H. G. Wells, and many others.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Yellow Book. An Illustrated Quarterly.

      London: Elkin Mathews & John Lane [then:] John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1894–7 - 13 volumes, octavo. Original yellow cloth, spines and covers lettered and illustrated in black, top edges untrimmed, with the advertisements to the rear. Bookseller's blind stamp to front free endpaper of vols. IV. Bookseller's receipt dated 1908 laid into vol. III. Spines lightly toned and gently rolled, with small bumps to ends, small nick to foot of front cover to vol. VIII, faint soiling to covers; an excellent, unusually bright set, with vols. VI, VII, and X–XIII unopened. Illustrations throughout with tissue-guards. First editions of all volumes except volumes VI and IX, which are second editions, and volumes II and VII, which are third editions. This famous, epochal, and notorious periodical includes work by all the great figures of the 1890s including Beerbohm, Beardsley, Henry James, Yeats, Gissing, Kenneth Grahame, Ernest Dowson, Lionel Johnson, Baron Corvo, H. G. Wells, and many others. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Pride and Prejudice

      London: George Allen, 1894. First Thus. Like New. First edition thus. Dark green cloth with ornate gilt stamped peacock, illustrated by Hugh Thomson. About Fine. Gilt stamping is incredibly vibrant and sharp, and the cloth are remarkably fresh. Light shelf lean. Heavy foxing to last ten pages, and lighter foxing to preliminary pages. A breath-taking copy of a book produced with such exquisite and unparalleled beauty.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Fine menu for dinner at Windsor Castle - "Her Majesty's Dinner" (1819-1901, Queen of Great Britain)]

      1894 - listing the courses in French - starting with "Mulligatawny - Ala Royale" followed by the fish course of trout and Eperlan (a cousin of salmon) then the entrees which include Lamb, Veal and Beef served in various ways and finally Quail, there is also a side table with cold meats, 1 side 8vo with a coloured vignette of Windsor at the head with the Queen's monogram on either side and a blue and gold border around the whole thing, Windsor, 4th March rather foxed

      [Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA]
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        The Comic Military Alphabet: Army, Navy, National Guard

      New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1894. First edition. Hardcover. Near fine. Thin 8vo. Each letter of the alphabet has a full page full color illustration of a member of the military in caricature, and a comic caption on the following page. Bound in red, white and blue cloths, gilt spine title, full color pasteon to the upper board in a gilt frame. Only a trace of soil; a near fine copy. With a handwritten presentation "General Pennypacker from Eleanor" followed by (in the General's hand), "(From Miss Eleanor S. Nicholson -- Philadelphia, December 25th, 1894.)" Galusha Pennypacker (1844-1916) was a Union general during the War Between the States. He is to this day the youngest person to hold the rank of brigadier general in the U.S.Army and the only general too young to vote for the president who appointed him (or anybody else, for that matter.) Only the Marquis de LaFayette was younger (at age 19) when he became Major General in the Continental Army.

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        12 Illustrations to Pickwick Club by T. Onwhyn. Drawn and etched in 1847-Now First Published. WITH ANOTHER: variant printed title on wrapper: Twelve Illustrations to the Pickwick Club Drawn and Etched by T. Onwhyn, 1847

      London: Albert Jackson 224 Portland St, 1894. First edition. 12 HAND-COLOURED PLATES in each copy. 2 vols. 4to. Green wrappers. Bookplate of Loren Du Bois. Fine in folding pebbled morocco chemise case. First edition. 12 HAND-COLOURED PLATES in each copy. 2 vols. 4to. Gimbel H 130

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        The Memoirs of Jacques Casanova written by himself now for the first time translated into English.

      Privately Printed, [London]., 1894. First edition of this translation. Octavo. Twelve volumes. One of 1000 numbered sets - 500 were sent to America. Original full parchment with gilt decorated spines. Armorial bookplate on each front pastedown. Free endpapers discoloured and some spotting of prelims. Spines slightly bruised at extremities. Very good indeed.

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        Pudd'nhead Wilson

      American Publishing Company, 1894 A near fine copy of the first edition, first state, with the author's facsimile signature 1 7/16 inches, the book block 1 1/8 inches and the title page integral.

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        The dancing faun

      - Boston: Roberts Brothers[;] London: Elkin Mathews and John Lane, 1894. 6 3/4 (scant) x 4 5/8". 169pp., [2]ff. (publisher's list). Original pictorial cloth, light soiling and rubbing, backstrip sunned, small stain on back cover, light wear at head and foot and shoulders of backstrip. One of Aubrey Beardsley's caricatures of Whistler on front cover and title, title with tissue guard. Good, sound copy. Collated and complete. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Zamboni & Huntington]
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        Die Raubvögel Deutschlands und des angrenzenden Mitteleuropas (60 Tafeln),

      Cassel, Verlag Th. Fischer, 1894 - Deutsches Reich, Malerei, Zeichnung, Lithografie, Tiere, Raubvogel, Ornithologie, Vogelkunde Bilder, Zeichnungen, Stiche, Drucke 60 farbige Original-Chromolithografien aus "Die Raubvögel Deutschlands." (nur Tafeln als Einzelblätter, keine Textseiten); Tafeln komplett; aus 1894 oder älter; sehr selten mit kleinen Einrissen in den äußeren Randbereichen; gut erhalten Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1710

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        Die Raubvögel Deutschlands und des angrenzenden Mitteleuropas (60 Tafeln)

      ca. 40 x 29 cm, Sondereinband 60 farbige Original-Chromolithografien aus "Die Raubvögel Deutschlands..." (nur Tafeln als Einzelblätter, keine Textseiten) Tafeln komplett aus 1894 oder älter sehr selten mit kleinen Einrissen in den äußeren Randbereichen gut erhalten

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        The Eccentrics by Percy Ross, Author of 'A Comedy without Laughters,' 'A Misguidit Lassie,' 'A Professor of Alchemy', etc.


      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        Life in Tripoli with a Peep at ancient Carthage.


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        Aristophanes At Oxford: O W

      Oxford / London: J. Vincent / Simpson, Marshall, Hamilton & Kent, 1894. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 1st Printing 85 Pp. 7 3/4" Tall, Pages 7 7/16" Tall. Buff Wrappers Stamped In Green On Front Cover, Detailed Catalog Listing Pasted To Preliminary Blank. Bound In Full Leather, Morocco Spine, Gilt, Later Brown Calf Boards, Marbled Endpapers; Many Blank Pages Bound In At End. Collegiate Parody Of Oscar Wilde, Issued In A Small Printing, Quite Scarce And Seldom Available In The Book Market. Small Leather Library Bookplate, Gilt, Of Albert Nathan. Alfred Louis Nathan (Born December 8, 1870 In Fürth , Germany , October 9, 1922 In Bad Reichenhall, Germany ) Was A German Lawyer And Philanthropist. From The Library Of Art Collector And Poet Edward James, Later In The Library Of His Sister Silvia, But Not Marked As Such.

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        Aristophanes at Oxford : O W by Y T O

      Oxford and London: J. Vincent and Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. N.d. [1894]. vi, 85 pp. Bound in full calf with gilt borders and lettering to front board and spine. Pale blue calf to front board & spine panel of rear board with orange/brown calf to remainder of rear board. Gilt turn-ins and marbled endpapers. Spine slightly darkened with slight wear along spine edges. Internally clean. No ownership names. Play satirising Oscar Wilde. 750 copies printed, but scarce. . Very Good. Full Calf. 1894. 8vo..

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        Le Mouvement.

      G. Masson, Éditeur, Paris 1894 - In-8 de VI-335-(1) pp, 214 figures dans le texte et 3 planches numérotées hors-texte, demi-percaline bleue, dos lisse orné (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale rare portant un envoi autographe signé à l'avocat et diplomate Marcellin Pellet (1849-1942), député du Gard de 1876 à 1885 : A Mr Marcellin Pellet affectueux souvenir E. Marey. « Le Mouvement reste le plus célèbre et le plus rare des ouvrages de l'auteur (bon nombre des exemplaires on été détruits dans un incendie). Sans qu'il y paraisse, Étienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904) a transfiguré le réel le plus immédiat. En capatnt le mouvement pour mieux enregistrer les phénomènes vivants, il est parvenu à transcrire une idée du temps en termes d'espace - sans jamais prendre la trajectoire pour le mouvement. Modernité d'une pensée et d'une démarche où s'enracineront sciences, arts et techniques, d'où naîtra en une vision du monde particulièrement féconde toute la symbolique visuelle du siècle à venir. » Bel exemplaire. En français dans le texte, 318. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens]
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        Autograph Letter Signed ("Edison"), to Norman C. Raff, relating to the early efforts in motion picture exhibition

      1894. 1 page. In pencil. 4to. Old folds, lightly and evenly toned, two expert repairs in upper margin. 1 page. In pencil. 4to. Edison and the Birth of Film. A letter dating from the birth year of motion picture exhibition, from the inventor of the medium, Edison, to one of the first motion picture distributors and producers, Norman C. Raff, mentioning a third important figure in the history of film, Otway Latham. In full: "My Dear Raff- I have had a long talk with Latham on the subject of prize f[ight] machines and while I do not know your ideas on the subject It seems to me that if both L & yourself could enter into some understanding mutually beneficial it would be a good stroke, and stop friction all around. Yours Edison" Norman C. Raff (1857-1925) provided a crucial early investment in film when he purchased in 1894 a number of Kinetoscope machines, or "peep-show" boxes, developed by Edison to exhibit his new motion picture technology. In April of that same year he helped open the first Kinetoscope parlour, on lower Broadway in Manhattan, to enormous success. A few months later, Otway Latham (1868-1906) made a crucial technological advancement, increasing the Kinetscope's capacity and reducing the camera speed such that he could exhibit boxing matches through a series of abbreviated, one-minute rounds using specially modified Kinetoscope machines, the "p[rize] fight machines" Edison refers to in the letter. The first fight produced by Latham, between Brooklyn boxers Mike Leonard and Jack Cushing, was recorded in the summer of 1894 at Edison's Black Maria film studio in West Orange, New Jersey; its exhibition that August, in a New York Kinetoscope parlour partly owned by Raff, "drew almost riotous crowds for many days on end, and the police had to be called in to keep order" (Josephson p 395). The success of the film led to Latham purchasing 72 additional Kinetoscope machines at $300 each--a subject that no doubt arose during the course of the "long talk" Edison references in the letter. Sources of the "friction" Edison alludes to would have included Edison's agreeing to sell the prize fight machines to Latham's group exclusively, as well as Raff incorporating as "The Kinetoscope Company," after Latham's group had already been operating as "The Kinetoscope Exhibiting Company." The same month this letter was written, Raff began in earnest to produce films at the Black Maria, including his famous "Joan of Arc" and "The Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots." The next year Latham would develop the Panoptikon and the Eidoloscope, the first motion picture projectors used to show commercial films, which would ultimately render the Kinetoscope obsolete. These and related efforts by Edison, Raff, Latham and a small number of others in 1894 to develop and exhibit Kinetoscope films were of utmost importance to the development of film, as they demonstrated an enormous public appetite for the medium, the ultimate effect of which is difficult to overstate: "The impact that this new entertainment medium was to have upon the minds and lives of hundreds of millions throughout the world was something unforeseen and unimagined-perhaps surpassing the effect of almost all other nineteenth-century inventions, by Edison or anyone else" (Josephson p 395). Edison letters dating from and pertaining to the nascent years of film are rare on the market. Josephson pp. 394-96; The Man Who Made Movies: W.K.L. Dickson pp. 312-317

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        Art in Primitive Greece.

      London: Chapman and Hall,, 1894. History of Art in Primitive Greece. Mycenian Art. 2 volumes, large octavo. Original burgundy cloth, gilt titles to spine, white titles and decoration to front boards, top edge gilt. Illustrated with 544 engravings in the text and 20 coloured plates. Bookplate to pastedown of Volume II. A fine copy. First edition, first impression. This copy belonged to Charles Augustus Stoddard (1833-1920), a Presbyterian clergyman, who was the editor of the New York Observer, 1885-1902.

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        Traité des maladies mentales

      Paris, J.B. Baillière et fils, 1894, in-8, VIII-856 p, demi-chagrin rouge de l'époque, dos à nerfs, 42 figures et une carte in texte. Troisième édition. Henri Dagonet (1823-1902) fut médecin en chef de l'asile de Stephansfeld, puis professeur agrégé à la Faculté de médecine de Strasbourg, chargé d'enseignement sur les maladies mentales et nerveuses. En 1867, il est nommé médecin en chef de la division des hommes de l'asile Sainte-Anne, à son ouverture. Là, avec Prosper Lucas, Valentin Magnan et Gustave Bouchereau, il organisa un enseignement pratique, ouvert au public extérieur à l'asile qui fit l'objet d'une virulente campagne de presse conduisant à sa suspension. Les leçons qu'il dispensa à Strasbourg sont à l'origine de cet ouvrage. Repoussant la classification étiologique de Morel, il s'appuie sur celle admise par les aliénistes (adoptée notamment par Baillarger et Esquirol). Cette classification est fondée sur l'observation clinique et sur la symptomatologie. Cette troisième édition, profondément remaniée, fait de cet ouvrage une "oeuvre nouvelle". Ce livre eut un succès considérable. Magnan le cite en ces termes "devenu classique, répandu non seulement en France mais aussi à l'étranger, il a servi de guide à plusieurs générations de médecins ; les magistrats, à leur tour, et les administrateurs y puisent de précieux renseignements". Semelaigne, II, p. 100.

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        Poliklinische Vorträge. Übersetzt von Dr. Sigm. Freud. I. Band : Schuljahr 1887 - 1888. II. Band übersetzt von Max Kahane. Schuljahr 1888 - 1889. ( erschien 1895)

      Leipzig und Wien Deuticke, 1894. XII, 480 S. mit 99 Holzschnitten; VIII, 483 S. mit 123 Holzschnitten. Halblederband der Zeit mit vergoldetem Rückentitel und Lederecken. 26 cm. Der Lederrücken und die Lederecken leicht berieben, alter Name am oberen Rand der Titelseite des ersten Bandes, sonst sehr gutes Exemplar der deutschen ERSTAUSGABE.Grundlegende Arbeit Charcots für die Neuropathologie, durch die Übersetzung von SIGMUND FREUD auch für die Psychoanalyse. -\"Obgleich er nur leitender Arzt an der Salpêtrière war, hat Charcot schon damals freie Vorlesungen gehalten, in denen die Krankheiten des Nervensystems einen großen Raum einnahmen. 1872 wurde er Professor für pathologische Anatomie als Nachfolger seines Freundes Vulpian, der den Lehrstuhl für experimentelle Medizin erhielt. Er setzte aber seinen klinischen Unterricht an der Salpêtrière fort. 1882 wurde auf Anregung von Gambetta ein klinischer Lehrstuhl für die Nervenkrankheiten für ihn geschaffen. Damit wurde der Unterricht in der Neurologie zum erstenmal in der Geschichte der Medizin von dem in den anderen Fachgebieten abgetrennt. Der Unterricht Charcots war besonders glänzend und hat eine große Menge von Ärzten aus Frankreich und anderen Ländern an die Salpêtrière gezogen. Mehrere Neurologen, die später selbst bedeutende Lehrer wurden, waren seine Schüler an der Salpêtrière. Neben der Hauptvorlesung am Freitag Vormittag, in der er die stationären Kranken vorstellte, führte er auch die \'Dienstagsvorlesungen\' ein, in denen er den Studenten die Kranken vorstellte, die am gleichen Tage in die Poliklinik (Consultation externe) gekommen waren.\" (Kolle). Versand D: 6,00 EUR Sigmund Freud, Übersetzung, Übersetzer

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        A Treatise on Ecclesiastical Heraldry

      Edinburgh: W & A K Johnston. VG : in very good condition with with marbled eps. Heraldic book-plate on paste-down. Teg. 1894. First Edition. Cream hardback half-vellum cover with blue boards. 230mm x 150mm (9" x 6"). xiii, 580pp + plates. 36 tissue guarded b/w and colour plates. Includes list of subscribers and errata slip. .

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        Lille Eyolf.

      Skuespil i tre Akter. Orig. udgave. Kbhvn. 1894. 184 s. Orig. komp. hellrd. med tresidet guldsnit. First edition. Publisher's pictorial cloth.

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        Around Tonkin and Siam.: Translated by C.B. Pitman.

      London Chapman and Hall 1894 - A very good copy in original cloth. Spine lightly faded. First edition pp.xii, 426, 28 illustrations, folding map.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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        Dessins inédits de Viollet-le-Duc [Complete three volume set w/ 327 plates] publiés sous le patronage de l'Administration des beaux-arts par les soins de A. de Baudot, J. Roussel

      Paris: Armand Guérinet. Very Good. 1894. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 138; 130; 59 plates pages; Complete set of the three series -- undated, but circa 1894-1902 -- OCLC: 6595933. These three large portfolios contain reproductions of drawings by Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc (1814 – 1879), a major French architect and theorist. Born in Paris, he embraced rebellion as a youth, and is said to have built a barricade in the Revolution of 1830. And, although he was drawn to architecture early, he refused to enter the École des Beaux-Arts, thinking it stuffy and his attendence would entail years of uninspiring rote work and copying. So he apprenticed in the architectural offices of Jacques-Marie Huvé and Achille-François-René Leclère. After studies in Italy, Viollet-le-Duc was commissioned to undertake the first of a series of restorations of medieval buildings, when Prosper Mérimée entrusted the young architect with the commission to restore the Romanesque abbey at Vézelay. This led to a series of important similar commissions to restore the glorious architectural past of France, including Mont Saint-Michel, Carcassonne, Roquetaillade, and, of course, the work that would become one of the signatures of his career and his time -- Notre Dame de Paris, for which Viollet-le-Duc became famous all over Europe. His understanding of the scope and nature of "restoration" is not entirely consistent with modern thinking. On one hand, Viollet-le-Duc had a thorough knowledge of period detail, as many of these drawings demonstrate. He knew what the Gothic and Romanesque builders knew and understood the materials available to them and their properties profoundly. But his position was represented by a key passage in his influential 10 volume 'Dictionnaire Raisonné de L'Architecture Française du XIe au XVIe siècle' -- "Restaurer un édifice, ce n'est pas l'entretenir, le reparer ou le refaire, c'est le rétablir dans un état complet qui ne peut avoir jamais existé à un moment donné". [Restoration, goes beyond maintenance, repair and rebuilding, but may bring a building to a finished state, which may in fact never have actually existed at any given time]. In the case of Notre Dame, the application of Viollet-le-Duc's principles of restoration led to something which went well beyond fixing up and cleaning; his "updated" led to the addition of the great cathedral's distinctive third tower, and added many of the fabulous grotesques which enhance the facade. These grotesques grew out of the vast number of notes and drawings, which Viollet-le-Duc made throughout his life -- not only for the buildings he was working on, but also on Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance buildings that were soon to be demolished. The drawings were a source for his great 'Dictionnaire raisonné de l'architecture française ...' and for other books and his high-profile restoration work. But they are also a fine resource in themselves and a window into the developed eye and culture of an epochal figure in architecture. Sir John Summerson wrote in 1948 that "there have been two supremely eminent theorists in the history of European architecture - Leon Battista Alberti and Eugène Viollet-le-Duc." These three portfolios were published by Armand Guérinet, a leading publisher of architectural books in Paris. They are undated, but most instutions assign a range of dates from about 1896 for the first, to 1902 for the final, third series. I: The first series has a note at head of title: "Archives de la Commission des monuments historiques, Musee de sculpture comparee, Bibliotheque." There is an internal title page, four leaves of notes and a list of plates, and two series of plates; A1-A99 [plates A1-A45 depict details of Notre Dame] ; and 100-138. The final twenty plates in the second group are photographs mostly by Aron, of various buildings restored by Viollet-le-Duc; most depict Notre Dame de Paris. II: Is denoted on the title page: "Ensembles." Title page, list of plates and 130 plates. Many of these are larger than the sheets full of smaller detail drawings in the first volume, and quite a few are photographs by Aron, beautifully reproduced in single sheet-fed heliogravure. Several plates are double numbers, on double sized sheets (as is the case with the first portfolio). III: has caption subtitle "Nouvelle série" on p. [3]. Title page, list of plates and 59 sheets of plates. Plates 1-48 contain reproductions of the original drawings which served to illustrate the 'Voyages pittoresques et romantiques dans l'ancienne France by Nodier, Taylor and Cailleux'. The remainder of the plates are drawings of detail, to complement the collection published in the first series: "Détails d'exécution." Condition: The portfolios are intact, integral and original, with cloth spines and printed paper covered boards, and three fabric ties securing each portfolio. The plates and text sheets are loosely laid in the portfolios as issued. The boards of the portfolios display some modest toning and a trace of soiling, one tie (only) is missing from the first portfolio, at the bottom. There is toning to the title pages and the versos of the final plates, a transfer from the glues used in assembling the portfolios -- (particularly true of the first series). Contents are collated and all the plates are present -- [actually, there is one extra plate in the first series, a second plate designated "A39."] A few plates display some very light foxing, mostly in the margins, and a very few have minor scrappiness in the margins or a turned-down corner or two, as is almost inevitable in hundred-year-old collections issued as loose plates in portfolio, but there are no tears, damage, or marks of any sort. A complete set of the three series -- represented in a number of institutional holdings -- [see OCLC Number: 10751973], but are now scarce in commerce. The many fine architectural photographs by Aron, reproduced in the handsome heliogravure which is now very nearly a lost art, help put the Viollet-le-Duc drawings in context, and form a contemporary record of the restorations of Notre Dame de Paris, Mont Saint-Michel, Carcassonne, Roquetaillade, and the Château de Pierrefonds, (a final commission "reinterpreted" by Viollet-le-Duc for Napoleon III, a work which was interrupted by the departure of the Emperor in 1870). These restorations are likely to be debated and studied for the next thousand years. (A heavy and awkward three volume set which will require extra postage for alll destinations, but is worth the trouble). .

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      1894 - Paris, Imprimerie de l?Armorial Français, 1894.Grand in-8 demi-chagrin fauve, dos quatre nerfs filetés, fleuron à froid dans les compartiments, pièce de titre vert lierre, date dorée en queue, tête guillochée, couverture conservée (reliure moderne) ; 407 pages, (1) page d'achevé d'imprimer, 1 carte dépliante, 90 planches hors-texte. Quelques rousseurs en marge des premiers feuillets, recto du faux-titre en partie bruni, décharge des gravures. ÉDITION ORIGINALE contenant une CARTE dépliante aux délimitations couleurs des excursions sur les rives du Tarn, 90 PLANCHES hors-texte de reproductions photographiques et 9 gravures dans le texte. RARE EXEMPLAIRE du TIRAGE DE LUXE limité à 100 EXEMPLAIRES numérotés sur papier de HOLLANDE avec les gravures hors-texte sur JAPON, celui-ci «n°76 ». (Couderc, I, 222). SÉDUISANT EXEMPLAIRE, bien relié. PLEASANT COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Jungle Book. With Illustrations by J.L. Kipling, W.H. Drake, and P. Frenzeny. & The Second Jungle Book. With Illustrations by J. Lockwood Kipling.

      London, Macmillan and Co., 1894 & 1895. 2 volumes, in the original dark blue cloth bindings with gilt pictorial centrepieces (elephants and snake respectively) to front boards and gilt lettering and illustrations to spines. All edges gilt. Vol. 1 with wear to capitals, corners a bit bumped and a few minor spots to front board. Sewing bands loosening at inner front hinge between frontispiece and title-page (no leaves loose) and inner front hinge a little weak. Text nice and clean. Vol. 2 with light wear to capitals and a few "bubbles" to front board. Text nice and clean. Book plate of John W.G. Bond to inside front boards and a more recent ex libris of Michelle de Luxor (1976) to front free end-papers as well as her owner's inscription to first blanks, dated 1975, above that of Bond, dated 1894 and 1895 respectively. The first edition of these two classics, which arguably constitute Kipling's main work.

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        Deutsche Schulflora.

      Gera, Theodor Hofmann 1894 - 1 Textbd. + 2 Tafel-Kassetten. 1 Bl., VII, I, III-VIII, 264 S. mit Textabb.; 240 lose chromolithogr. Tfln. HLn.-Bd. der Zeit + 2 Originalkassetten mit montierten Deckelbezügen. Deckeltitel der Kassetten: Deutsche Schul-Flora. Herausgegeben von Müller u. Pilling. 240 Abbildungen im feinsten Farbendruck. - Der Textband und die beiden Kassetten in einer Ledermappe der Zeit (mit Gebrauchsspuren), wie sie die Lehrer damals benutzten. - (Vortitel des Textbandes gestempelt. Jede Tafel im Seitenrand gestempelt, teils etwas stockfleckig. Kassetten etwas bestossen und in den Gelenken eingerissen). - Sehr originell mit der Original-Ledermappe. So selten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      New York: Charles B. Reed, Publisher, 164, 166 & 168 Fulton St., 1894.. Octavo, pp. [1-8] 9-241 [242: blank] [243: ads] [244: blank], flyleaves at front and rear, inserted frontispiece and other illustrations in the text by Frank O. Small, original red cloth, front panel stamped in red and blind, spine panel stamped in gold, rear panel stamped in blind, white endpapers with leaf pattern printed in orange. First edition. Three stories: the first deals with a secret order of adepts that controls the world using advanced technology; the second utilizes the personality transfer motif; the third, "Napoleon Wolff and His Newspaper of the Future," concerns the invention of an airplane powered by antigravity. "The Disappearance Syndicate" and "Senator Stanley's Story" were first published in COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE, the remaining story is first published here. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 500. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 206. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 61. Bleiler (1978), p. 52. Reginald 03553. Wright (III) 1293. A fine copy. An elusive book. (#147361)

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        Pride and Prejudice

      London : George Allen , 1894 A very good to near fine copy of the 1st publication of the 'Peacock Edition' of Pride and Prejudice with illustrations by Hugh Thomson. In the original green decorative cloth binding with spectacular gilt peacock design to front board and gilt designs to spine. Aeg. With numerous black and white illustrations by Thomson. The binding is bright and clean. The front board has a very slight corner turn at the top and the spine is very slightly cocked to the front. Back board clean with very slight wear to top corner. The original endpapers are present. Contents in very good clean condition with just the very occasional mark. There is some light spotting to the verso of the front endpaper and half title and the tissue guard to the frontispiece is browned. The title page is lightly toned to the side. There is also a little foxing, mainly to the margins, at pp 472-6. A very nice copy.

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        The Works of Charles Dickens. Large Paper Edition. [32 Volumes]

      Little, Brown and Company. Hardcover. Boston and New York, 1894. 8vo, publisher's red cloth. No. 194 of 500 sets of the Large Paper Edition, with high quality illustrations. A well preserved set with fine contents. Spines faded, as is usual for this set, with boards showing some light shelfwear. Very good condition overall. Edwin Percy Whipple and others provide the bibliographical commentary. Includes The Pickwick Papers; Sketches by Boz; Oliver Twist; Nicholas Nickleby; Old Curiosity Shop; Barnaby Rudge; Martin Chuzzlewit; Dombey and Son; David Copperfield; Bleak House; Little Dorrit; A Tale of Two Cities; Our Mutual Friend; Christmas Books; Hard Times; Uncommercial Traveller; Plays, Poems, Miscellanies; A Child's History of England, etc.; Life, Letters, Speeches; The Dickens Dictionary. A nice set. Please contact us for additional pictures or information. . Very Good. 1894.

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        L'Morte d'Arthur: The Birth life and acts of king Arthur of his Royal Knights of the Round Table their marvellous enquests and adventures the achieving of the San Greal and in the end le morte d'Arthur with the dolourous death and departing out of this world of them all the text as written by Sir Thomas Mallory and imprinted by William Caxton at Westminster the year MCCCLXXXV and now spelled in modern style with an introduction by Professor Rhys and embellished with many original designs by Aubrey Beardsley MDCCCXCIII

      London & Edinburgh: Printed by Turnbull & Spears for J. D. Dent at Aldine House, 1894. Hardcover. Two volume set in modern clamshell cases, lxiv, 455p. & pplxv-xc, 458-990, note on text, preface, Caxton's preface, Caxton's introduction, Caxton's table or rubrysshe of contents, 21 books, glossary, illustrations and decorations, silk bookmarks present but loose and worn, some offsetting from illustrations on opposing pages otherwise very good limited edition of 1500 regular copies (out of a run of 1800 which included 300 numbered on handmade Dutch paper) mild wear and soiling to original white cloth boards, gilt decorations and titles, top edges gilt, both volumes encased in their own modern wheat cloth clamshell cases with paper labels, booth cases fine.

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        THE BOOK OF THE THOUSAND NIGHTS AND A NIGHT. Translated from the Arabic by Captain Sir R.F. Burton. Reprinted from the original edition and edited by... (12 volume set)

      H.S. Nichols: London, 1894. "Library Edition". Twelve volume set, tall octavos, original black cloth elaborately decorated and lettered in gilt, top edges gilt. Cracked inner hinges neatly repaired with rice paper; some bumps to outer corners; some tissue guards creased, a few chipped or loose, a few wanting; page edges yellowed; nicks and soft creases to spine ends; volume 6 has cloth creases to lower half of spine; else a VG set, no owner names, tight in the bindings, gilt bright, attractive. The original Burton translation was privately published by the Kama Shastra Society in 10 volumes in 1885. (The Society had two members and was a legal device for avoiding prosecution for obscenity. The edition gave Benares as place of publication, but it was in reality published in Britain). The present edition "omits given passages in dreadful taste, whose elimination will be mourned by no one." It was not illustrated. Note: 12 kg parcel, extra postage WILL be required. Binding: Hardcover .

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        Pride and Prejudice.

      London George Allen 1894 - First edition, first impression of "the Peacock edition", 8vo., frontispiece, title vignette and illustration by Hugh Thomson, foxing to terminal ff., contemporary ownership inscription on front free endpaper, original cloth with the stunning gilt depiction of a peacock on an urn to upper cover with related gilt decoration to spine, spine with slight shelf-lean and dulling, worn at corner-tips of upper cover, a few small closed tears to spine ends, but overall a very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pithecanthropus erectus. Eine menschenaehnliche Uebergangsform aus Java. Mit Zwei tafeln und Drei in den Text gedruckten Figuren. [AND] An original photo of the type locality at Trinil, Java, most probably by Eugène Dubois himself.

      - Batavia, Landesdruckerei, 1894. Large 4to (32.2 x 25.9 cm). Title page, [ii], 31 pp., two plates (one with photos of a skull, the other a tinted lithograph of bones), two text engravings. Blind quarter cloth over original printed boards.= Unique dedication copy of the true first edition of this ground-breaking work in human evolution, being the first unambiguous record of "the missing link", a human species decidedly older and more primitive than Homo sapiens, based on well-preserved fossils found at Trinil near the Bengawan [Bengavian] Solo river in east-central Java. The Dutch anatomist, anthropologist and palaeontologist Marie Eugène François Thomas Dubois (1858-1940) was the first to deliberately search for hominid fossils, and the first to be successful at it. Dubois' discovery was proof that humans were as much the subject of evolution as any other animal or plant. This edition precedes the edition from "Jaarboek van het Mijnwezen" and its offprint, which were both published in 1895. Dubois immediately realized the great importance of his discovery and could not wait for the "Jaarboek" to be published, let alone for a thorough description of all the mammalian fossils found at the Trinil site. In the preface, dated January 1894, Dubois stated "Für die Abfassung einer einigermaassen vollständigen Beschreibung ist die Vergleichung der gesammelten Fossilien mit ähnlichen Sammlungen, namentlich in europäischen Museen. erforderlich - und so wird die Veröffentlichung jener Beschreibung und der in mancher Beziehung wichtigen allgemeineren Untersuchungsergebnisse wahrscheinlich nog längere Zeit ausbleiben müssen. Die in der vorliegende Abhandlung beschriebene Form is jedoch von zo ganz besonderem Interesse, und giebt zu Schlüssen von so grosser und allgemeiner Bedeutung Anlass, dass. sie schon jetzt zu bearbeiten und der Oeffentlichkeit zu überlieferen". It took Dubois and his fossils many years to convince the majority of the scientific world of the importance of these findings, and today it is universally regarded as a cornerstone in human palaeontology and evolution. This edition was printed at and published by the "Landesdruckerei" [actually Landsdrukkerij in Batavia, or modern-day Jakarta]. Very few copies of this edition are known to exist. Provenance: on the front free endpaper, Dubois wrote in a neat hand "Met broederlijke groet van den schrijver" [with brotherly regards from the author]. An oblong albumen print (11.8 x 15.8 cm) of the Bengawan Solo river, cutting through the Pleistocene deposits in which P. erectus was found, has been inserted. In the left lower centre is a white tent, most probably of Dubois's team, adjacent to a cliff with outcrops of sediment layers. On the photo verso "vindplaats Pithecanthropus" [type locality of Pithecanthropus] is written in an old hand. A unique copy - inscribed by the author to his brother - with an original photograph. Garrison-Morton, 210. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sunrise-Land. Rambles in Eastern England.

      London: Jarrold & Sons, 1894. Sm. 8vo, vi, x, 346 pp, xxvii pp ads. With 75 black and white illustrations by Rackham. Original grey cloth, upper cover with color illustration of sunrise behind island with windmill on front board. A very good copy. First edition, first binding, and supposedly first state of the ads (with the railroad time table dated 1894) -- the third book to contain Rackham illustrations.

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      TIPO LITO L. APREA, COSENZA 1894 - ITALIANO Pagine uniformemente brunite, con fioritura e con alcuni segni e sottolineature con biro blu, con testatine e finalini figurati, legatura lenta, timbro biblioteca al frontespizio ed all'occhiello, brossura editoriale morbida, con fioritura, con strappi agli angoli ed al dorso, firma appartenenza e litografia in nero La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,00 euro.

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        Albert Levering published pen and ink political illustration art

      [San Antonio, TX], c. 1894. 18.75" x 22.5". "Illustration original art. Pen and Ink on bristol board, 18.75"" x 22.5"". Soft soiling/handling marks with soft corner crease upper right, repair to minor tear towards left edge, faint pencil marks. Verso with publishers identification of ""Overlay Dep't A.M. Wed Mar 24 1909"" Signed by Albert Levering lower left ""Albert Levering"", an important San Antonio, Texas artist and architect.A spectacular inked final published political cartoon. Extensively detailed and vibrantly inked. Depicting two well dressed gents, no doubt political figures of the time, in conversation in a most odd room, somewhat saloon style, surrounded by signs depicting slogans and advertisements that are satirical ""Advertising space in the fine GOLD frame to let"", ""Eat POPPKORN a deleterious breakfast candy"", next to others such as ""Drink Slewfoot Rye', and ""The Hotform Corset, sold only by dealers' .Signed by Levering lower left, this large spectacular piece is in great condition and would display beautifully framed."

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      - ITALIANO Coperta rigida nera con titoli, fregio e cornici d'oro al dorso, alcune abrasioni ai piatti, volume mancante di frontespizio, prefazione datata 1894, pagine con fioritura e con alcuni segni a matita, illustrazioni in nero nei testi La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,00 euro.

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        Aristophanes At Oxford: O. W.

      Oxford / London: J. Vincent / Simpson, Marshall, Hamilton & Kent, 1894. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 1st Printing 85 Pp. 7 3/4" Tall, Pages 7 7/16" Tall. Buff Wrappers Stamped In Green On Front Cover, Detailed Catalog Listing Pasted To Preliminary Blank. Bound In Full Leather, Morocco Spine, Gilt, Later Brown Calf Boards, Marbled Endpapers; Many Blank Pages Bound In At End. Collegiate Parody Of Oscar Wilde, Issued In A Small Printing, Quite Scarce And Seldom Available In The Book Market. Small Leather Library Bookplate, Gilt, Of Albert Nathan. Alfred Louis Nathan (Born December 8, 1870 In F?rth , Germany , October 9, 1922 In Bad Reichenhall, Germany ) Was A German Lawyer And Philanthropist. From The Library Of Art Collector And Poet Edward James, Later In The Library Of His Sister Silvia, But Not Marked As Such.

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