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        The Clan Donald. Three volumes

      Inverness: The Northern Counties. G : in good condition without dust jacket. Cover of volume II heavily rubbed and with edge wear. Inner hinges of two volumes cracked. Closed running tear to folding frontis plate of volume I. Occasional off-setting - contents otherwise clean and tight. Teg - remaining edges uncut. 1896. First Edition. Half green hardback cloth cover on gilt illustrated burgundy cloth boards. 260mm x 180mm (10" x 7"). xxviii, 570pp; xxx, 796pp;xxiv, 666pp. Full page b/w plates with tissue guards. Signed by a member of the Macdonald clan: 'Ronald Macdonald' inscribed on the feps and half title pages. .

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        Small Wars. Their Principles and Practice

      London: HMSO, , 1896. Small octavo (186 × 117 mm) Contemporary black half skiver on matching pebble-grained cloth, title gilt to spine, gilt supralibros, edges sprinkled red. 12 plans on 8 sheets, 3 of them folding. A little rubbed, neatly rebacked with the original spine laid down, book plate of the Staff College, Camberley, to the front pastedown, their ink stamp to the front free endpaper, light toning, but a very good copy. First edition of the British Army's first text-book of counter insurgency. Callwell served in the Anglo-Transvaal War of 1881, and again in South Africa, 1899-1902, but his reputation is "as a skilled theorist and, predominantly, as a staff officer." He wrote on a range of subjects, mainly strategic and tactical, and was the series editor of the highly-rated "Campaigns and their Lessons" series for Constable, but this, his first published work issued by HMSO as an official manual, is perhaps his most influential. Examining British experiences in Asia and Africa, in campaigns including the Zulu War, the Sudan Expeditions, and frontier fighting in India, with a vignette on the French in Indochina, he draws lessons for conflicts "in all parts of the world where organised armies are struggling against opponents who will not meet them in the open field." (Introduction) Small Wars… "firmly established his reputation as the army's foremost expert on colonial warfare, and was also translated into French… It remained a standard textbook on the subject for the British army up to the Second World War and, in the view of several historians, established his credentials as the founding father of modern counter-insurgency." It was reprinted on numerous occasions, remaining in print as a facsimile, but this first edition, issued in a run of just 1,000 copies as a manual for the studious soldier is uncommon indeed.

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        Autograph Letter Signed]

      Westgate on Sea: , 1896. - A Louis Wain Autograph Letter Signed"My Dear Child, your very delicious letter comes upon me in the midst of a long spell of difficult work "WAIN, Louis. [Autograph Letter Signed] To Miss Jessie Sharples. Westgate on Sea, Kent: Jan. 25, [18]96.Two pages folded, on paper headed 5 Beaufort Buildings, Strand, W.C."Bendigo, Westgate on Sea, Kent. To Miss Jessie Sharples. Jan 25, 96My Dear Child, your very delicious letter comes upon me in the midst of a long spell of difficult work which may keep me employed for some time, therefore I must ask you to look out for a reply & a little sketch some time in the future, & if you do not hear, --- well I shall always be glad of a reminder from such a quaint pen. Believe me. Yours very SincerelyLouis Wain"In 1895, the Wains moved from 16 Adrian Square to 7 Collingwood Terrace, part of Westgate Bay Avenue; Sir William [Ingram] named the terrace after his son Collingwood. Number 7 was a large corner house; later they moved to number 10, a smaller house further up the terrace, away from Margate. Louis Wain named both houses after the famous prizefighter (William Thompson 1811-1880, nicknamed Bendigo) whose reputation he so admired." (Dale, p.33)

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        Technik und Verwertung der Röntgen'schen Strahlen im Dienste der ärztlichen Praxis und Wissenschaft.

      - Halle, Verlag von Wilhelm Knapp, 1896, 8°, IV, (2), 146 pp., mit 29 Abb. und 5 Taf., feiner Halbleinenband mit eigebundener orig. Broschur; St.a.Tit. Sehr seltene Erste Ausgabe dieses frühen Röntgenbuchs von Oskar Büttner, Spezialarzt für Nervenkrankheiten und Elektrotherapie und dem Spezialarzt für Chirurgie und Orthopädie Kurt Müller aus Erfurt. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pudd'nhead Wilson's Calendar for 1897

      [The Century Co.], [New York] 1896 - Original buff, wire-stitched self wrappers. A reissue of the 1894 Calendar, and perhaps even scarcer. At least, WorldCat locates only a single copy at the University of Texas, whereas it locates 14 copies of the 1894 Calendar. Auction records of the last twenty years seem to support this ratio. The inner blank margin of the penultimate leaf has been repaired, and the final two leaves have been archivally reattached. There is some splitting to the joint and some crinkling to the paper, but a Good copy of an exceedingly scarce Twain item. BAL 3439 [for the 1894 issue].

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        Photographisches Archiv - 20 Arbeiten zur Einführung der Röntgenstrahlen.

      - Liesegang's photograph. Archiv, 37. - Düsseldorf, Ed. Liesegang's Verlag, 1896, 8°, VIII, 384 pp., Abb., Sehr frühe Abhandlung über die "Stereoskopische Röntgentypie" nach Mach in Deutschland und erste mir bekannte veröffentlichte Stereoskopische Aufnahme nach Mach! - "Eine andere technische Verbesserung aus den ersten Monaten nach der Entdeckung der Röntgenstrahlen war die der stereoskopischen Röntgenaufnahmen die von dem Deutschen Dr. Fromm (Juni 1896) und von dem Amerikaner Elihu Thomson (14.März 1896) erstmal im März 1896 beschrieben wurden. Zu gleicher Zeit arbeitete auch der der Österreicher Mach an Versuchen, stereoskopischen Röntgenaufnahmen zu machen. Diese Technik gewann in kurzer Zeit viele Anhänger und wurde schon früh zu der Methode ausgebaut, die heute noch im Gebrauch ist." Glaser p.261 - Die am 1.August 1896 als Beilage nachgereichte "Steresocopische Röntgentypie" Tafel zeigt zwei Mäuse. - Ferner neben den anderen zahlreichen Arbeiten zum Thema sind die "Studien über Röntgenstrahlen" von J. Gaedicke in der die Vorzüge der "Kahlbaum'schen Leuchtschirme" mit ihren auf 1/10 reducierten Belichtungszeiten durch die "Aufnahme einer injicirten (!) Kinderhand nach dem Röntgen'schen Verfahren von Prof. dr. P. Czermak" aufs deutlichste vorgeführt werden." - Arbeiten zur Frühgeschichte der Röntgenstrahlen in diesem selten Band aus der Bibliothek des Hrsg. R. Ed. Liesegang: - 1.: Ein neues Gebiet der Photographie (pp.17-19) (R.Ed.Liesegang). - 2.: Die Entdeckung des Professors Röntgen (pp.19-21) (R.Ed.Liesegang). - 3.: Photographisches Mosaik: Die Medicin (Röntgen'sche Erfindung) (pp.39-40) (R.Ed.Liesegang). - 4.: Lenard's Versuche (pp.41-42, 1 Abb). (R.Ed.Liesegang). - 5.: Boltzmann, Ludwig: Röntgens neue Strahlen (pp.43-46). - 6.: Die Photographie mit Röntgen'schen Strahlen (pp.55-58) (A.Hm.). - 7.: .die Wirkung der Strahlen auf das Bromsilber eine secundäre (p.60) (R.E.Lg.). - 8.: Czermak, Paul: Zu den Versuchen mit den Röntgen'schen Strahlen (pp.67-72, 2 Taf. Eine mit einer Aufnahme von Dr. P. Czermak einer Hand und eine zweite Tafel mit der Aufnahme eines Frosches nach dem Röntgen'schen Verfahren). - 9.:Mit Hilfe der Röntgen'schen Strahlen (pp.75-76). - 10.: Röntgen-Photographie (pp.100-101). - 11.: Phosphorescenz-Photographie (pp.104-195) (R.E.Lg.). - 12.: Über einige Eigenschaften der Röntgen'schen Strahlen (pp.125-127) (R.Ed.Lg.). - 13.: Gaedicke, J.: Studien über Röntgenstrahlen (pp.147-154, 2 Abb. (Aufnahme von P. Czermak einer injicirten (Kontrastmittel) Kinderhand, Mai 1896). - 14.: Czermak, Paul: Stereoscopbilder mit Röntgen Strahlen (pp.163-166, 2 Abb. und einer Beilage: Zwei Mäuse. Stereoscopische Röntgentypie von Prof. Dr. Paul Czermak). - 15.: Die Röntgen-Strahlen in ihrer photographischen Anwendung (pp.188-189). - 16.: Ueber das Wesen der Röntgenstrahlen (J.Stogdell) (pp.217-218). - 17.: Röntgen und Lenard (pp.251-254) (R.E.Lg.) - 18.: Von der Verwendung der Röntgen-Strahlen in der Medicin (pp.286-288). - 19.: Photoelectrische Elemente (p.352). - 20.: Die X-Strahlen im dienste der Unfallversicherung (p.362). - - Ferner finden wir einen wichtigen Beitrag zur Entwicklung des Faxes von Eugen Kiszelka "Telephotographie" (pp.260-266; 282-286, 8 Abb.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The works of Thomas Carlyle : in thirty volumes

      London : Chapman and Hall, 1896-1899, 1896, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good"Large paper edition limited to 300 copies, of which this is no. 135." Very good copies in the original cloth. Leather gilt-titled spine labels, slightly worn. Some light dulling and rubbing to the spine bands and panel edges. Spine covers sun-toned. Minor bumping to corners. Some light yellowing around the page margins. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Uncommon to see this set in such a complete and positive condition. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; Description: 30 v. : ill., maps, plans, ports. ; 23 cm. Contents: v. 1. Sartor resartus --v. 2-4. The French Revolution --v. 5. On heroes, hero-worship and the heroic in history --v. 6-9. Oliver Cromwell's letters and speeches, with elucidations --v. 10. Past and present --v. 11. The life of John Sterling --v. 12-19. History of Friedrich II of Prussia, called Frederick the Great --v. 20. Latter-day pamphlets --v. 21-22. German romance; translations from the German, with biographical and critical notices --v. 23-24. Wilhelm Meister's apprenticeship and travels, translated from the German of Goethe --v. 25. The life of Friedrich Schiller --v. 26-30. Critical and miscellaneous essays.

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        The Works of Thomas Carlyle in Thirty Volumes (Centenary Edition, 1896-1899)

      London: Chapman and Hall. 1896-1899. Limited large paper edition. Copy no. 80 of 300. Complete 30 volume set. Octavos. Illustrated with engraved frontispiece plates. Linen cloth boards, leather spine labels, gilt tops, with all but two volumes housed in slipcases. Ex-library with one small bookplate tipped-in at the top edge only on the front pastedown of each volume, and a small owner's bookplate likewise tipped-in in most volumes, else no other markings. Light fading to the spines, most spine labels faded and partially worn away, a few frontispiece plates neatly detached from the gutter without damage, else near fine. A handsome, clean set, rarely found complete as issued. .

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        L'Enseignement Professionnel du Menuisier

      Paris: Bibliotheque de l'Enseignement Professional. First Edition. hardcover. very good. 4 volumes including 2 volumes with 242 plates and many text illustrations. 3/4 burgundy morocco, 2 thick quartos and 2 folios. Paris: Bibliotheque de l'Enseignement Professional, 1896-1899. Very good. A classic manual on carpentry.

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        The Golf Book Of East Lothian

      Private, printed in Edinburgh by T. & A. Constable 1896 - "The author was the minister of Dirleton. An interesting man. He wasn't just a parsinomious East Lothian Meenister. He was a bit of a high-flyer, a considerable womaniser, and enjoyed intoxicating beverages. His womanising always included gifts of jewelry. This extravagance eventually ran him into bankruptcy. John Kerr collected all the information about the golf courses and the clubs of East Lothian, wonderful stuff about the personalities, the problems, the triumphs, the whole cameraderie of golf. By the time Kerr came on the scene, the game was very popular. Everyone was playing, not just the aristocracy. The club at Dirleton Castle was founded in 1854 by 'shopkeepers, working men and artisans'. In Kerr's time, there was a club at Prestonpans, where the power station now stands" – Archie Baird, 1985. Small 4to. 516pp, 34pp appendix. Portrait frontis, 9 full-page plates, text illusts. Original tan cloth, rubbed, spine relaid, gilt title and vignettes to upper board and spine. Original green endpapers. Ex-libris James K. Thomson, Pro-Superintendent at Mohawk Golf Club, Schenectady, New York, thus signed by him in pencil to verso of frontis. and with his notes and labels laid down in various places through the book. A good copy of this important and rare golfing title. First Small Paper Edition, No.279 of a Limited Edition of 500 copies, signed to Limitation page by the author. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Golf-Book of East Lothian. Signed limited edition with signed letter

      Edinburgh: T. and A. Constable. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover rubbed. Rebacked. Damp-staining mainly to lower edge of text block and staining to rear eps and part of index. Contents bright. Tape repair to small tear on rear ep. Slight marginal loss to p.229. Author's signed inscription on verso of fep and damp-stained hand written letter in pocket at end. 1896. 320/500. Brown hardback cloth cover. 300mm x 220mm (12" x 9"). xix, 516pp; xxxiv. Numerous b/w illustrations. Letter dated May 23 1908 from The Manse, Direlton, R.S.O. East Lothian, N.B. to Maister Galt. Presentation inscription in alterantive red and blue ink also to the same individual 'To the trusty and well-beloved Hugh Allen Galt Esq., a devout worshipper at Golfina's shrine with the fervent benediction of that priest of the cult yclept, John Kerr'. Also signature on limitation page. .

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        The Golf-Book of East Lothian

      Edinburgh: T. and A. Constable. Cover and spine very worn. Inner hinges weak. Contents G. Teg. Foreword missing (pp vii-viii). 1896. First Edition. Half-leather cover. 300mm x 220mm (12" x 9"). xix, 516pp; xxxiv. Numerous b/w illustrations. N.B.: Heavy book-shipping supplement applies-please ask for shipping quote stating country of destination. .

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        L´uomo delinquente in rapporto all´antropologia, alla giurisprudenza ed alle discipline carcerarie. 3 volume

      Fratelli Bocca Editori - Milano 1896 - Volume primo con 19 figure nel testo. Volume secondo con 4 figure nel testo. Volume terzo con 8 figure nel testo ed appendice sui progressi dell´antropologia criminale nel 1895-96. Encuadernado en medio cuero rojo con titulos en dorado en el lomo. 652 + 576 + 677 pagines. 24x18 cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      - Chatellerault, H. Rivière, 1896-1904. 22,5x28,5 cm. Ouvrage en 6 volumes. Nombreuses illustrations dans le texte et 335 planches hors-texte, dont 2 en couleurs présentant les différents matériaux employés pour la fabrication des manches. Reliures en demi-basane bordeaux. Plats recouverts de papier marbré de couleur assortie. Dos à 4 nerfs, portant le nom de l'auteur, le titre, et la tomaison en lettres dorées. Brochures d'origine conservées, mais portant de nombreuses traces d'usage. Quelques traces de frottement et salissures pâles sur les dos, sinon ensemble en bon état général et de présentation agréable. Ouvrage recherché et très complet sur le sujet. On y trouve des renseignements sur l'histoire et la fabrication des couteaux, aussi bien en Europe que dans le reste du monde. La vie quotidienne, l'apprentissage, le salaire des forgerons et la réglementation des corps de métier sont également étudiés en détails.

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        The Savoy, nos 1-8 in 3 vols;

      Smithers 1896 - num. illus.; 260 x 195mm; vellum decor. glt (160mm split on upper hinge of vol.1, all 3 vols stained and darkened, inner hinges cracked); Beardsley Christmas card loosely inserted from another copy. As well as the cover designs & title page to each issue, Beardsley contributed another 29 drawings, and his novel 'Under the Hill' ; other contributors were Dowson, Yeats, Beerbohm, Conrad, Conder, Shannon etc. Lasner 103. 'The precise status of the vellu [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Poster to advertise THE SAVOY

      London: "C.F. Keill, Printer 8, Furnival Street London, E.C.", [mid-November, 1896]. 12-1/2 x 10 inches. Color lithograph, with artist's printed monogram lower left. In red, green, black and white. Sheet toned, old fold, some minor soiling, wrinkles and closed tears in margin, small loss from bottom margin not affecting image. Colors bold and bright. Very good plus. MacFall, Aubrey Beardsley, pp. 159-160; Lasner 103B . The Savoy was the creation of Leonard Smithers, who decided to create a magazine to rival The Yellow Book, from which Beardsley had just been expelled. Smithers had the foresight to select Arthur Symons, the poet and essayist, as literary editor and Beardsley as art editor. It was in the summer of 1895 that Symons visited Beardsley to discuss the idea of the new magazine and at their meeting they came up with the name and decided on the format. In Symons, Beardsley found the perfect working partner, "a thoroughly loyal man, a man of fine fibre in letters, he had far more than the ordinary cultured literary man's feeling for pictorial art" (MacFall). "It was to this dandified fantastic adventurer [Smithers] that Beardsley was wholly to owe the great opportunity of his life to achieve his supreme master-work" (MacFall). Beardsley had been suffering from ill health when he left The Yellow Book, but this new venture restored his vitality and enthusiasm. Beardsley adapted the design for this Poster, advertising the collected three-volume set of the magazine at one guinea, from the front cover design for the final issue (No. 8), which appeared in December, 1896

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        The Dwarf's Chamber

      London, Ward Lock. 1896, 1896. First edition. 8vo. 386pp + 6pp ads. Publisher's black cloth title in gilt to spine and decorated in white and red to front board. Light edgewear, bumping to head of spine, the book would be catalogued as near fine were it not for an unfortunate centimetre square chip of loss to the base of the spine. An extremely handsome copy with a single, albeit rather glaring defect. Internally clean and fresh. Inscribed by Fergus Hume to the front flyleaf: 'With Kindest Regards, Fergus Hume, 13 xi 96' An immensely prolific author, if never quite repeating the promise of Hansom Cab, inscribed Hume is very desirable.

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        The Floating Island or The Pearl of the Pacific

      Sampson Low, Marston & Company, London 1896 - Printed by Gilbert and Rivington, Limited, London. 79 illustrations. Decorative Olive Green cloth Hardcover. Spine and front decorated in black, blue and yellow. Some chipping to bottom of spine, beveled edges rubbed and corners bumped but otherwise good. All edges gilt. Green patterned endpapers. Some small circular oil marks on printer's page, as well as a little foxing to protective tissue paper before title page (approx 4 spots) with even less to title page. Binding tender in spots, loose near middle. Some markings to inner leaves, including a pencil mark and oil markings on final blank page. A scarce copy of a beautiful and rare book. Postage will be extra due to handling insurance. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        One of the enamelled mugs given out at the Coronation Celebrations (1868-1918, Tsar of Russia from 1894, assassinated after the revolution)]

      1896 - on Khodynka field, enamelled in blue and red with gilt decoration, May As part of the coronation celebrations a huge festival was arranged to take place on Khodynka Field, just outside Moscow. There were to be musical and theatrical performances, a 'Royal appearance' and a magnificent gift to each visitor. The packages contained half a pound of hard sausage, bread rolls, sweets, nuts, gingerbread and an enamel mug gilded and decorated with the tsar's monogram, all wrapped up in a coloured handkerchief. The theatrical performances included "spectacles never seen before" and a circus programme featuring Durov's performing animals. The combination of all these attractions brought the crowds in droves. The feeling of the visitors is summed up by a workman Vasily Krasnov, "To wait until morning so as to come for ten o'clock, the time appointed for the distribution of gifts and commemorative mugs, seemed plain stupid to me. With so many people there'd be nothing left . Am I going to live to see another coronation . They said the mugs were very pretty and would last forever . a real marvel .". The authorities had chosen the most unsuitable venue in Khodynka field, surrounded with deep ditches, gullies and trenches, a training ground for troops. The weather was good and the people of Moscow decided to spend the night in the field, but, as ill luck would have it there was no moon and the field was completely dark. The people continued to arrive and stumbled and fell into the gullies, the immense crowd became more tightly packed until by the morning half a million people were jammed into the field with no exit and more were arriving all the time. The police and cossacks sent to 'maintain order' were wholly inadequate to avert the disaster and thousands were trampled to death and many more dreadfully injured. The official statistics stated that nearly 3000 people suffered and half of those died. The true numbers of casualties - people crippled, killed or psychologically traumatised - is incalculable. As the people continued to arrive in the morning they met the strings of carts carrying away the dead and injured. Nicholas was then faced with the question of whether to continue with the happy celebrations or to cancel them and have a day of mourning instead. With lamentable bad judgement he decided that as such a great mass of people had travelled to Moscow from all over the world for the celebration that he could not disappoint them, and so he ordered the programme to continue as planned. This tragedy cast a cloud on the new Tsar's reign which was never lifted and was certainly one of the first major causes of their ultimate overthrow. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Hymenoptera Aculeata Of The British Islands A Descriptive Account Of The Families Generas And Species Indigenous To Great Britain and Ireland with Notes as to Habits, Localities, Habitats etc

      L. Reeve & Co, London, 1896. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Text clean. Small number written on back of front end paper. A few pages remain uncut. Illustrations clean. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Pages lightly tanned. Top edge gilt in good condition. Maroon buckram boards with maroon leather spine and corners. Gilt banding along spine cover and corner tips on front and back boards. Five raised bars along spine. Gilt lettering to spine. Boards bumped and worn at corners, edges and spine ends. Spine lightly sunned. Rubbing to corners, edges and spine. Corners rubbed through to boards. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: . Inventory No: 503747..

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        La professione del Ragioniere

      Amministrazione del periodico Il Ragioniere 1896 - 1898, Milano - in 8° - pp.380 + 367 + 463 + 365 + 411 + 376 + 492 + 388 + 380 +22nn di foto di personaggi - Mezza pelle con titolo e fregi in oro al dorso - Nove volumi - 22 foto in b.n. di personaggi - Ottimo stato di conservazione - Contenuto dei volumi:- Vol.I:Trattato di aritmetica applicata.- Vol.II:Trattato di diritto civile.- Vol.III:Elementi di scienze sociali : scienza statistica, scienza economica, scienza delle finanze.- Vol.IV:Diritto commerciale, trattati di commercio, diritto costituzionale, diritto amministrativo.- Vol.V:Trattato di Ragioneria Teoretica.- Vol.VI:Ragioneria applicata alle aziende private.- Vol.VII:Ragioneria applicata alle aziende pubbliche.- Vol.VIII:Funzioni speciali del ragioniere.- Vol.IX:Storia della ragioneria italiana.Diversamente dal precedente trattato, il Massa propose questa versione, multidisciplinare e con tutte le nozioni di cui abbisogna un ragioniere professionista. Nei nove volumi di questa raccolta, sono contenute infatti, oltre a monografie di computisteria, ragioneria, storia della ragioneria e pratica professionale,opere di diritto (privato, commerciale, costituzionale ed amministrativo) e di scienze sociali (statistica, economia e scienza delle finanze). - Libro usato [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      T.Fisher Unwin 1896 - Tight binding,clean and tidy.Rebound professionally in brown cloth with gold titles applied to spine.2 neat library imprints on end blank prelims and title page.58+ illustrations and tissue guarded photographs.Pages untrimmed.Very early New Zealand account of climbing with chapters on McKenzie country,Hooker River,Ball hut,Sealy,Barrow saddle,Sefton,Mount Tasman,Haast,The Hermitage,Fox Glacier,weather,camping,supplies. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Natura morta.

      Sec. XIX. - Olio su tavola, cm. 35,7 x 27 ca. Iniziali dell'autore in basso a dx. Data sul retro: 3 ottobre 1896.

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      London: Leonard Smithers,. 1896. Octavo, pp. [1-8] [1-3] 4-185 [186: blank] [187: printer's imprint] [188: blank] [note: first leaf is a blank], inserted frontispiece with black and white illustration by Aubrey Beardsley,. original maroon buckram, front and spine panels stamped in gold, all edges untrimmed.. Owner's signature dated 1904 on front free endpaper. Touch of rubbing. to buckram at spine ends and corner tips, light sunning to spine. panel, mostly along outer joints, several small fox marks to. frontispiece and title leaf, still a near fine, bright copy. A nice. copy of scarce book. (#95527). First edition. Collection of morbid studies, written under the shadow of Poe but distinctly fin de siecle in their sin-soaked diabolism. The after- death nightmare "When I Was Dead" is a minor masterpiece. Vincent O'Sullivan (1868-1940), American-born writer, long resident in Europe, was "a central figure of the English Decadent Movement, his early books of (mostly fantastic) verse -- POEMS (1896) and THE HOUSES OF SIN (1897) -- being among the movement's key documents, as was his first story collection, A BOOK OF BARGAINS (1896)." - Clute and Grant (eds), The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1997), p. 738. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1285. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 170. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 316. Bleiler (1978), p. 170. Reginald 11051. Hubin (1994), p. 621.

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        The Savoy: An illustrated Quarterly, No. 1 & 2, January & April 1896, [2 volumes in 1]

      , London: Published by Leonard Smithers, , 1896 , 170 and 206 pages, with original covers of vol 2 bound in, cover illustrations and others by Aubrey Beardsley including Christmas card, also contains pieces by Max Beerbohm, Ernest Dowson, Havelock Ellis, and Rudolf Dircks

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      London: Tower Publishing Company Limited,. 1896. Octavo, pp. [1-6] 7-347 [348: printer's imprint] [349-352: ads],. original decorated blue cloth, spine panel stamped in gold, front panel plain, top and bottom edges untrimmed, fore-edges rough trimmed.. Cloth lightly rubbed at spine ends, corner tips rubbed, touch of. foxing to endpapers, a bright, tight, very good copy. Superior. condition for this book. (#101364). First edition, second binding. The second, and scarcest, of Jane's four scientific romances. "An ancient Egyptian papyrus spells out the chemical means whereby an artificial girl can be made; the novel is basically a romance describing the life of the synthetic being who is thus created." - Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 122. "... the 'lost science' of ancient Egypt enables a female homunculus to be manufactured. The story is a romance, but the girl does function to some extent as an innocent observer, after the fashion of Wells's angel in THE WONDERFUL VISIT." - Stableford, Scientific Romance in Britain 1890- 1950, p. 130. "Overlong, with undeveloped themes and loose ends, but very imaginative and unusual." - Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 1178. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 444. Suvin, Victorian Science Fiction in the UK, p. 112. Bleiler (1978), p. 109. Reginald 07834.

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        Naturgeschichte der Vögel Mitteleuropas. 3. Aufl. (= Jubiläums-PRACHTAUSGABE) Hrsg. von Carl R. Hennicke.

      Gera-Untermhaus, Köhler, 1896-1905.. Zwölf Bände Bände I - XII. [KOMPLETT]. Folio (ca. 40 x 30 cm). Zusammen über 4.100 S. u. 449 Tafeln, 439 davon in Farbe (Chromolithographie). OHLdr. mit Lederecken. Mit goldgeprägt. Titel u. Bandzahl a. Rücken.. Schöne Pracht-Ausgabe dieses Grundlagenwerks von Johann Andreas Naumann in Halbleder. - Nur 2 Bände sind stärker beschädigt. Die 449 Tafeln sind (bis auf nur eine, die Tafel 1 in Bd. VI) alle sehr gut erhalten. Die meisten Tafeln haben noch das Schutzpapier eingelegt. Nur wenige Farbtafeln sind am vom Schutzpapier nicht bedeckten weißen Rand ganz minimal gebräunt. - Die Abbildungen selbst sind immer sehr schön. Der kräftige Farbauftrag bei den Lithographien macht jede der 439 Farbtafeln zu einem Gemälde. - // - Eine DETAILLIERTE BESCHREIBUNG (Inhalt, einzelne Seitenzahlen, Abbildungen, Zustand) der einzelnen Bände sende ich jederzeit GERNE UND für Sie völlig UNVERBINDLICH. - // - DABEI: 3 Verlagsveröffentlichungen: 1) Werbung vom Ende September 1903 (8°. 1 Bl.) für Subskribenten, die darauf hinweist, dass seine "Hoheit der Herzog Friedrich von Anhalt die Widmung der Jubiläums-Prachtausgabe gnädigst angenommen hat!" die Käufer werden um Einsendungen ihrer Daten an den Verlag gebeten, damit sie am Schluss des 1. Bandes [diese erschien 1904 als letzter der 12 Bände] richtig genannt werden. // 2) Vorläufige "Erste Liste der Empfänger des Neuen Naumann, wie die ornithologische Welt die Jubiläums-Prachtausgabe [das ist unsere Ausgabe] in 150 Lieferungen a 1 M. getauft hat!" (2°. 1 Bl., 2 S.) // 3) Werbung für ein ornithologisches Werk von W. Schlüter (Halle), dass ab 1905 in Lieferungen erscheinen soll. Es ist als Ergänzung des "Neuen Naumann" gedacht. (4°. 1 Bl.) - Nur dieser Werbezettel ist etwas fleckig u. mit kleinem Einriss, die anderen Beilagen sind sehr gut. - Wegen Übergewicht bei VERSAND ins AUSLAND bitte Porto erfragen (in D kostenlos).

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        Japanese Lacquer Album

      no date given1896, Japan - , brown leather spine back, black branches with gilt/bronze flowers on rose lacquered boards, two raised stamped scenes, one of birds in glit, rose and blue, the other a river scene in the same colours, bottom cover similar flowral scene as the top cover, all edges gilt, 28 colour illustrated photographs representing scenes from ordinary life in Japan at the close of the ninteenth century, most with protective sheets, some with hand written descriptions in pencil, others with commercial numbers and descriptions in English, scenes of Shiba Temple in Tokyo, Yokohama, Sacred Bridge at Nikko, Diabutsa Buddha at Kamarkara, women, dancing and one playing an instrument, one of a man in a weather coat pulling a rickshaw , leather on the spine cracked with some of the top layer of the spine peeled away, boards are scuffed, bottom cover chipped in the center, some board showing on the corners, reverse opf the top cover inscribed in pencil, front free end paper with previous owner's name and date in black ink, front free end paper soiled and chipped, photograph boards foxsed and rubbed, photographs are clean and lovely, protective papers are creade and some are with tears and chips, the book is in good+ condition , leather spine back with rose, black, gilt and blue raised stamped illustrations on rose and black lacqured boards 28 x 36 cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Keoghs Books]
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        poster for New Books;

      Bellairs 1896 - 48 x 30cms; mounted on linen; the only poster I know of by Housman

      [Bookseller: BOOKS & THINGS]
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        THE WEREWOLF Six illustrations by Laurence Houseman

      London: John Lane at the Bodley Head. Chicago: Way and Williams,1896 - FIRST EDITION. 8vo. Wide margins, fore and lower edges uncut. Six plates, including frontispiece with tissues guards. 16pp adverts at rear; "Catalogue of Belles Lettres from John Lane". Recent rebind in grey leather, raised bands, blind stamped rules and motif in compartments, black label, gilt lettering and ruled borders to both boards. A better than very good copy in a fine new binding.: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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      - La tauromaquia. Escrita por. Bajo la dirección técnica del célebre diestro cordobés Rafaél Guerra, Guerrita.- Madrid, Mariano Nuñez Samper Editor, s.f. (sin año, hacia 1896); 2 tomos en 4º menor holandesa, 1º, Frontis, 983 pp. 2º, 1447 pp. Los dos tomos con profusión de figuras en el texto. Palau: 354242

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        LA TAUROMAQUIA. Escrita por . bajo la direcci¢n t‚cnica del c‚lebre diestro cordob‚s Rafael Guerra "GUERRITA"."

      Samper s.a., Madrid - 2 vols. 4§. 983p = 1447p. Retr. e ils. en texto. Hol, tapas despegadas, alg. hojas sueltas y deterioradas (sin afectar), ligera diferencia de tama¤o y encuadernaci¢n. - Palau 109817. (1896?)

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        A Handbook of Bandy, or Hockey on the Ice

      London: Horace Cox. 1896. First. First edition. Gray cloth boards ruled in black and titled in gilt. 57,(3),(4 ads)pp. Frontispiece photograph, line drawings and diagrams throughout. Moderate soiling, else a very pleasing, near fine copy. While other books on winter sports discuss hockey and bandy, this is the very first book solely devoted to hockey. Inscribed on the front pastedown: "R.H. White from C.G. Tebbutt. Jan 1896." The sports ice hockey and bandy (which usually has larger teams, and rules that in some ways emulate soccer) were mostly synonymous at the time, although the game we are familiar with today evolved away from bandy to follow the Canadian rules. The Tebbutt family, Arnold, Neville, and Charles Goodman, all contributed to this book, although Arnold is given pride of place as author on the title-page. Of the three, C.G., who inscribed this copy, was probably the most influential: he introduced hockey into Sweden in 1894, and also organized the first international Bandy match, in 1891 between English and Dutch teams. A rare book, neither OCLC nor RLIN records a copy, and we have never seen another. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      1896 - KERTESZ, A., ed. THE DIAMINE COLOURS OF THE ANILINE COLOUR WORKS OF LEOPOLD CASSELLA & CO., FRANKFORT-O.-M. THEIR PROPERTIES AND THEIR APPLICATION IN DYEING AND PRINTING. Frankfort: Leopold Cassella & Co., 1895/6. x + 278 pp. + [2] + xv pp. 8vo., brown cloth stamped in gilt and blind, corners and spine worn, joints split and poorly repaired with cloth. Some text page edges are slightly chipped. Literally hundreds of dyed fabric and textile samples, in solids, union cloth, piece-goods and patterned printed cloth. A few of teh folding sample pages are torn at the crease. Overall in very good condition internally.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company, inc.o ABAA]
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        Centenaire de la Faculté de médecine de Paris : (1794-1894).

      Paris, Imprimerie Nationale, 1896 - Paris, Imprimerie Nationale, 1896 ; 1 volume de texte in-4, (4), V, 606, (1) pp., quelques figures et planches comprises dans la pagination et 1 atlas de 100 planches ; volume de texte en demi-chagrin poli rouge de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné, rares et petites traces de frottement, une petite tache sur le plat supérieur, exemplaire à grandes marges, quelques pâles rousseurs ; atlas en feuillets sous portefeuille à rabats, percaline (verte et grenat) un peu défraîchie et lacets manquants, planches très fraîches protégées par des serpentes. Très bon exemplaire. Première et seule édition, rare complète des deux volumes. Le texte est divisé en 3 parties : Organisation (cours, prix, agrégation ¿avec sujets de thèses donnés-, professorat, ) ; Enseignement (historique de toutes les chaires, avec pour chacune les concours ayant eu lieu et les titulaires successifs) ; Evolution (de la médecine en général et des principales spécialités, depuis un siècle). On trouve in-fine une "Liste alphabétique de professeurs de la Faculté de médecine de Paris" et la "liste des Portraits contenus dans l'album joint à ce volume". Cet ouvrage est riche en informations, en particulier sur la carrière des différents professeurs de la Faculté de médecine de Paris (Corlieu, comme il l'indique dans la préface, a cherché à "faire revivre ces temps plein d'émotions qui ont passionné le monde médical"). L'album comporte 100 portraits de médecins. Auguste Corlieu (1825-1907) fut médecin, historien de la médecine et bibliothécaire à la Faculté de médecine de Paris. Il indiqua que cet ouvrage lui avait coûté 17 années de recherches. Cf. Paule Dumaître, Deux médecins érudits bibliothécaires de la Faculté de médecine de Paris : Achille Chéreau et Auguste Corlieu, Comptes rendus du Congrès national des sociétés savantes: Section des sciences, 1970, vol. 95, partie 2 : "ouvrage capital, toujours consulté aujourd'hui" ; Waller, 13002 et 13003. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jean-Pierre AUBERT]
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        Sense and Sensibility (First Edition)

      Macmillan & Co Ltd, London 1896 - Macmillan & Co., London, 1896. Cloth. Book Condition: Excellent. Tight binding. Remains completely without any damage. No foxing at all throughout. Hugh Thomson (illustrator). Introduction by Professor George Sainsbury. First Edition. 1st Edition and issue in 1896 of this famous illustrated edition of Jane Austen's novel. Often regarded as the most beautifully produced of Jane Austen's classic works. The front cloth boards and spine are decorated in elaborate design and the decorations remain wonderfully bright. All page edges are in gilt which remain pristine. Illustrations by the foremost illustrator of the time Hugh Thomson. An absolutely wonderful example of this beautiful edition of one of the most classic and well loved novels of all time. Impeccable condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brown Owl Books]
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        Geflügelbuch. Naturgeschichte, Zucht und Pflege sämtlicher Hühner- und Taubenrassen sowie der übrigen Hausvögel, wie Enten, Gänse, Truthühner etc., welche als Haustiere gehalten werden.,

      Stuttgart, J. Hoffmann, 1896 - 2 Bll. (Titel, Vorwort), 404 Seiten mit 98 Textholzstichen, 24 chromolithographierte Farbtafeln. Nissen IVB, 332 ; Möbes S. 49. Die erste Ausgabe unter diesem Titel und in diesem Umfang, vorher unter als Teil von Friderichs "Vollständige Naturgeschichte der Zimmer-, Haus- und Jagdvögel" (Nissen IVB, 331) erschienen. Einband ganz minimal berieben, Innengelenke leicht angeplatzt. Die beiden Bll. mit den Seiten 401-404 (Register) sind vorne nach dem Titelblatt eingebunden. Text u. Tafeln absolut sauber u. frisch, wirkt unbenutzt. Sehr gutes Exemplar im wunderschön illustrierten Originaleinband. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1500 Lex.-8° (26,5 x 18,5 cm), grüner Orig.-Lwdbd. mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und reicher Rückenvergoldung, Vorderdeckel mit montiertem, formatfüllendem farblithographierten Deckelbild. Vorderer Vorsatz aus Brokatpapier, dreiseitger Rotschnitt. Vierte (4.) Auflage (erste unter diesem Titel).

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        Das Griechische Theater. Beitrage zur Geschichte des Dionysos-Theaters in Athen und anderer griechischer Theater.

      Barth & Von Hirst, Athens 1896 - Ex library with typical stamps and markings; brown half leather with gold spine titles and cover design, blue cloth boards; 9 3/4" - 12" Tall; no dust jacket; cover is rubbed and edgeworn; pages are slightly toned; binding is tight; textblock, in German language, is clean and unmarked; 12 Tables and 99 text illustrations; 396 pages [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: A Squared Books (Don Dewhirst)]
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        Relaciones Históricas De Los Siglos XVI y XVII.

      Sociedad De Bibliófilos Españoles, Madrid 1896 - VII - 431pp. y 7 hojas. En papel de hilo. Edición de 300 ejemplares. Excelente encuadernación firmada por Balmes a pleno marroquin. Lomera con nervios. Cantos fileteados al oro. Cortes dorados. Y guardas enmarcadas en piel decorada. =Uhagón dice: ."Bien puede afirmarse que la mayor parte de las Relaciones de este tomo son perfectamente inéditas, y si alguna no reúne esta circunstancia, su reimpresión es debida a la extremada rareza de su primera edición, y a la curiosidad ó importancia de los hechos en ella narrados. he procurado dar variedad á la colección, explicando en notas al fin lo que se me alcanza de cada una, formando un todo de amena y entretenida lectura, al par que de útil y provechoso estudio." Size: 4º [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Molitvy i Piesnopieniia na Kvikhpaksko-Kuskokvimskom Nariechii

      Izdanie Preosviashchennago Nikolaia, Episkopa Aleutskago I Aliaskiiskago v pamiat stolietiago iudileia Pravoslavnoi Missii v Maerikie, Niu-lork [New York] 1896 - 88 p. Prayers and canticles in Yukon Kuskokwim, a dialect of the Yupik language (Cyrillic alphabet). Translated by Iakov Netsvietov and Zakharii Biel'kov. Issued in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Russian Orthodox missions in America. Printed by Brooks Brothers, 151 East Broadway, New York; cf. back cover. Original orange paper wrappers; cover title printed in black within a double-ruled black border. Old price sticker on front wrapper. Wrappers have chipping and wear to the spine. Also some spots of soiling on the wrappers and a bit on a few leaves. Text is unmarked by underlining or notations. Size: 17 cm tall [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Report Of The Department Of Lands And Survey, New Zealand, For The Year 1895-96

      Government Printer [1896], Wellington - Staining and marking to boards. 1/2" loss of cloth at top corner of front board. Some fading and wrinkling to spine cloth. 1 1/4" tear to cloth at head of spine joint. Endpapers replaced. Some foxing to page edges. 3 1/2" x 6 1/2" chip missing at bottom of title page. 1 3/4" tear to margin of Tuhoe Land map. Creasing and 1" tear to North and Middle Island map, showing the state of public surveys. 3" tear to margin of map showing the roads to open Crown Lands for sale. 5" x 5 1/2" chip missing at bottom of pages187-188. 10" x 6" piece missing to the final folding leaf. ; [iv], xix, 192 pages + plates + numerous folding maps (some colour). Red cloth boards with gilt lettering. Page dimensions: 325mm x 205mm. Includes reports on: Improved-farm Settlements; Thermal Springs; Little Barrier And Resolution Islands; Explorations - Route Over Southern Alps, Fox Glacier, Cook's River District, Dusky Sound And Lake Manapouri.; 4to 11" - 13" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      London: Ernest Nister, 1896. First edition. "No. 1. The Three Little Kittens At Home. All pop-ups are fine and complete, but for the scene with 15 soldier ducks in the second and third tiers, four of which are missing the small sword on the tops of their bayonets. The covers have wear and chipping, the text pages have looseness, chipping, and soil. None-the-less this is an early and rare Wain item. First edition. "No. 1. The Three Little Kittens At Home" Pop-Up Book. Folio (12 3/4"). (31p). Five double-page chromolithographed pop-up scenes. The title page and text illustrated by various artists with line drawings and woodcuts. Five elaborate multilayered pop-up scenes, two featuring cats. The covers are glazed with a color scene on the upper cover, green cloth spine. Although the Louis Wain scenes are not signed, they are in Wain's distinctive style. Wain is known to have illustrated many books by Clifton Bingham and others published by Ernest Nister. & & Rodney Dale B28; Osborne, p. 417.

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        An Outcast of the Islands

      London: T. Fisher Unwin 1896 - First edition, first printing of Conrad's second book. Original green cloth. An excellent copy with bright and unfaded gilt to spine, only a few small spots of slight discoloration to the front cover and a small scuff to the rear cover, else fine. Housed in custom quarter leather box with a folding chemise. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        A Laodicean; a Story of To-Day, by Thomas Hardy.with an Etching by H. MacBeth-Raeburn and a Map of Wessex

      New York, Harper & Brothers 1896 - Description: vii, [1] 499 p. , front. , map, 20 cm. Subjects: Architects--Fiction. Castles--Conservation and restoration--Fiction. Wessex (England) --Fiction. Form/Genre: Love stories. Previous owner's signature. Near fine copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 1 Kg. 499 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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