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        The Nigger of the "Narcissus". A Tale of the Sea.

      London, William Heinemann, 1898 - Octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in full dark blue morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards gilt, twin rule to turn-ins gilt, dark green endpapers, all edges gilt. A couple of light marks to the title page, an excellent copy. First published English edition. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        THE NIGGER OF THE "NARCISSUS." A Tale of the Sea.

      William Heinemann, London 1898 - Conrad, Joseph. THE NIGGER OF THE "NARCISSUS." A Tale of the Sea. London: William Heinemann, 1898. First Edition. 8vo., 259pp. + 36 pages of ads at the rear, 2 pages of reviews prior to the half title. First Edition, Second Impression. The copyright page prints: "First Edition 1897 / New Impression 1898". Publisher's slate gray cloth gilt lettered on the spine, the publisher's name in 3 mm high capital letters in gold at the tail; the publisher's gold life preserver enclosing the book title embossed as an ornament on the upper cover. A very good bright copy, the front fly leaf neatly restored, the text block clean & free of blemish. A very uncommon issue published April, 1898 originally published in 1897 in the U.S. as THE CHILDREN OF THE SEA. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Deutsch-Südwest-Afrika. Seine wirtschaftliche Erschliessung unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Nutzbarmachung des Wassers. Bericht über das Ergebnis einer im Auftrage des "Syndikates für Bewässerungsanlagen in Deutsch-Südwest-Afrika" durch das Herero- und Gross-Namaland unternommenen Reise.

      Bln., Dietrich Reimer, 1898. - Large 8vo. XX+237 pp. With 28 plts. (incl. 11 fold. maps in rear envelope). Bibliogr., index. Hardcover. Or. green cloth with gilt lettering on front & spine. VG/--. (Spine ends, joints & lower edges sl. rubbed). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Treatise on Universal Algebra with Applications

      Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,, 1898. Quarto, Original dark blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt, boards double ruled in blind. Boards a little scuffed; an excellent copy. First edition. Vol I [all published] of the author's first book. Whitehead, an English mathematician and philosopher, is best known as the defining figure of the philosophical school known as process philosophy. The volume is divided into seven books: in Book I the general principles of the subject are discussed; Book II is devoted to the Algebra of Symbolic Logic; Book III deals with general principles of addition and the theory of a positional manifold; Book IV discusses principles of the Calculus of Extension. The final three books are devoted to the Calculus of Extension in relation to the theory of forces in a positional manifold of three dimensions, non-Euclidean geometry and the ordinary Euclidean space of three dimensions.

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        The Story of the Malakand Field Force An Episode of Frontier War . With maps, plans, etc.

      London, New York & Bombay: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1898 - Octavo, original green cloth, spine lettered in gilt, upper cover with panel in blind lettered gilt, black endpapers. Very slghtly soiled, head and tail of the spine a little crumpled, corners a touch bumped, front hinge just exposed after the free endpaper, some light browning, contemporary ownership inscription to the front free endpaper, inked ownership stamp to the verso of the frontispiece, a very good copy. Frontispiece portrait and 6 maps, 4 of them folding and coloured, 4 full-page. First edition, home issue, only printing, second state of Churchill's first book, this copy with the errata slip at p.1, catalogue dated 3/98. Relates his exploits with the Malakand field force, led by Sir Bindon Blood, on the Northwest Frontier of India in 1897, based on Churchill's despatches to the Daily Telegraph and the Pioneer Mail. As Churchill was still in India when the book was published, the final editing was undertaken by his uncle Moreton Frewen, husband of Clara Jerome, Jennie's elder sister, resulting in numerous small errors which were corrected the following year in the Silver Library edition. Cohen A1.1.b; Woods A1a. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Story of the Malakand Field Force. An Episode of Frontier War

      London. Longmans, Green and Co., 1898, 1898. Colonial Issue of Churchill's first book. Intended for sale in India and the Colonies. 8vo. Original publisher's olive green cloth decorated in black, titled in gilt to spine. Clean and sharp, slightly rippled to rear panel. A very handsome copy. Frontis. portrait of Major-General Blood, with tissue guard, two colour folding maps and four full page map plates. Internally clean, contemporary magazine images of Chakdara Bridge and the Malakand Pass stuck to the front and rear pastedowns. Ownership blind stamp to fly which has pinholed the flyleaf at one point. There is an ink ownership to the front fly which has been crossed out. The lower edge of the page block has suffered very marginal damp staining, the remnants of which can be seen on the lower margins of the maps (due to their being printed on slightly coated paper). Altogether a handsome copy, very good indeed. WSC's literary debut concerns the military action on the Northwest Frontier (an area now part of Pakistan), in 1897. Churchill participated in the campaign as a second lieutenant in the cavalry; he volunteered for the post, having become bored of playing polo in India. Woods A1(a)

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        Malakand Field Force.

      London, Longman's and Co. 1898 - First edition, first issue lacking errata slip. Publisher's pale green cloth, a little rubbed and discoloured in places. Bumped to spine ends, light edgewear, a handsome, very good copy, a little dusty but shows very well. Internally clean and bright, some very light sporadic spotting. Folding maps and plates present. Bearing the gift stamp and inscription of E.R. Hoare, Lieutentant and later A.D.C. of the 21st Empress of India's Lancers, with whom Churchill charged at the battle of Omdurman whilst on the campaign detailed in this volume.Frontispiece portrait trimmed at margins for some reason, tissue guard wanting, although traces remain. A very respectable copy of an extremely rare book in any state. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Story of the Malakand Field Force

      Longmans, Green & Co., London, 1898 - The Colonial issue of the first edition. This edition, intended for sale in India and the Colonies, used the same printing plates as the first home issue, so has all the same errors. It is bound in pictorial grey cloth. Latest estimates are that about 1100 of these were issued clothbound . The survival rate is low and most are in poor condition from the tropical climates in which they were sold. 336 pages, 6 maps, no catalogues at rear. here is a well above average copy of this fragile issue. The pictorial front cover is clean and bright, one tiny dark smudge and a barely visible circular stain near top edge. The spine is still nicely rounded and has bright gilt but does have anumber of small spots and iw rinkled at the ends but no wear or losses. The rear cover has some minor stains only. The original endpapers are intact but lightly browned, no inscriptions. The binding is firm and the foredges even with some scattered spots. The maps are all present with tissue guards but the map at p. 146 was misfolded in the past so has a rough outer edge. Contents clean. (ICS A1ab) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Churchill Book Specialist]
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        The Story of the Malakand Field Force: An Episode of Frontier War

      Longmans, Green and Co., London 1898 - This is an extremely attractive and well-preserved ex-library copy of the British first edition with interesting provenance. The Story of the Malakand Field Force is Churchill's first book, based on his exploits with Sir Bindon Blood's expedition on the Northwest Frontier of India in 1897. While Churchill had previously applied his pen as a published correspondent, this was his first book-length work and he clearly labored over it: "I have discovered a great power of application which I did not think I possessed. For two months I have worked not less than five hours a day." With only a little more than 1,900 copies bound, this first edition of Churchill's first book is both elusive and desirable. Publication was arranged by Churchill's uncle while the author was still in India, resulting in numerous spelling and detail errors. Churchill was incensed by the errors and acted with haste to address them. Hence later states of the first edition bear errata slips. This copy of the first edition, only printing is interesting for several reasons. First is the provenance. The front pastedown bears the decorative bookplate of "Col. F.W. Blood 1941". The ffep is inked in five lines: "Presented by / Col. F.W. Blood / Commemorate his 60 years' / Connection with the Cheshire Regiment / Oct. 1941". We believe "F.W." to be Frederick William and know that a Col. F.W. "Fred" Blood was a relation of Sir Bindon Blood - to whom this book is dedicated and whose portrait appears at the frontispiece. We found record of 1934 correspondence from Sir Bindon Blood to another family member referring to Col. F.W. Blood as working on updating the family pedigree. Both Sir Bindon and Col. F.W. Blood were then living "at Birkenhead". Chester - home of the library from whence this copy came - is proximate to Birkenhead. Second, although this book is ex-library, it is in superior overall condition. Though it is rebound, it was rebound in an apple green cloth that faithfully echoes the original and the gilt spine title and author stamping are done in the same style as the original binding, including the gilt double rules that bracket the title. Condition is very good indeed. The apple green cloth binding is square, clean, and tight with light wear confined to spine ends and corners and one tiny abrasion at the upper rear hinge. The sole exterior ex-library mark is a five-digit library number inked in black to the lower spine. The contents are bright and clean. The rear-catalogue has not been retained, but all maps and plans, as well as the frontispiece and errata slip, remain present and fully intact. The spotting endemic to this edition is nearly absent, with only a trivial scattering of intermittent spotting within. The page edges were trimmed and deckled red when it was rebound. Within the text we find only a single ex-library mark - a small circular "Chester Public Library" stamp at the upper right corner of page 1. A "Withdrawn for sale" stamp on the blank title page verso is date stamped "21 April 1961". The original Chester Public Library card pocket is tipped in at the ffep, with a small pink card of the Library store in the pocket. The only other ex-library mark we find is 4 x 2.5 inch sticker bearing a printed number pasted to lower rear pastedown. What may have been a previous owner name but is no longer readable has been removed from the upper half-title. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A1.1.b, Woods/ICS A1(aa), Langworth p.12. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Story of the Malakand Field Force

      Longmans, Green & Co., London, 1898 - This is the 3rd printing of the Colonial edition, November 1898. This is a bibliographically significant book, as this is the earliest dated appearance of the corrected text, also used in the Silver Library edition of 1899, which most believe to be the first correct text edition. Cohen argues convincingly that it is unlikely that the Colonial edition actually went on sale before the home issue in the Silver Library. Now 337 pages instead of 336 as in the first edition. Cohen A1.4.a, see Lamgworth p. 19. Binding firm, contents clean, except for a brown line on p. 30, small owner name on endpaper. Covers clean, spine tanned with some chips at spine ends. (ICS A1ab) [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Cuba In War Time

      R. H. RUSSELL, NEW YORK 1898 - All original dust jacket which appears to be 1/4 taller than required. Thus some overlapping and wrinkles of dust jacket at top small chip from rear dj; gift gift pencil inscription to front end page "G.H.Perkins from Howard Christmas "97 and bookplate; otherwise Books as new unread condition. DATE PUBLISHED: 1898 EDITION: 143 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hunting Trips in the Caucasus

      London: Rowland Ward, , 1898. Octavo (218 × 156 mm) Contemporary tan pigskin on linen boards, title gilt to spine. Frontispiece and numerous illustrations from the author's photographs, folding coloured map in end-pocket. Armorial bookplate of Colonel Gerard F.T. Leather of Middleton Hall, Belford to the front pastedown. A little rubbed, lower joint slightly split, but overall very good. First edition. "Hunting on the sprawling hunting preserve of Grand Duke Mikhailovitch, the author bagged tûr near the Kisha River, with additional hunts after ollen and aurochs. In the Urushten Valley, he stalked ibex and bears. On a second trip the following summer, and accompanied by English physician Dr. H.D. Levick, Demidoff hunted antelopes and ibex in the Araxes Valley. A third journey was made in autumn 1896 with Levick, Mrs. Demidoff, and St. George Littledale forming the party. In the Kouban district, tûr were hunted. Curiously Demidoff only wrote the first segment of this book, the rest penned by Levick but without credit given to him on the tile page." (Czech) Uncommon.

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        THE FOREST LOVERS A ROMANCE

      London: Macmillan & Co., 1898.. Distinctive green cloth, with overall decorative stamping in darker green, lettered in gilt. Extremities a bit rubbed, bookplate of collector Paul Lemperley and some relevant clippings inserted by him in back, else a fine copy, in a good example of the very scarce printed dust jacket (see below). Half morocco slipcase (a bit corner worn). First edition, first issue, of the author's fourth and best known book, distinguished by the presence of the original printed dust jacket. The jacket is somewhat tanned and worn, and was backed with tissue by Lemperly so it is somewhat rippled; there's a closed tear across the lower corner of the rear panel, and a large diagonal chip at the toe of the spine, affecting part of the price and a corner of the publisher's device. It is, nonetheless, not a jacket that is frequently seen. NCBEL IV:601.

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        Cézanne au beret devant un chevalet. (Cézanne wearing a beret before an Easel)

      Paris: Ambroise Vollard, 1898. Lithograph printed in gray. One of 200 impressions intended for L'Album d'estampes orginales de la Galerie Vollard.& 323 x 278 mm on sheet size. 635 x 470 mm.& Ingres d'Arches paper watermarked MBM.& Venturi, 1158; Melot C7, Johnson, 24. Some wrinkling on the outer margins. Printed by Clot.

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        Cézanne au beret devant un chevalet. (Cézanne wearing a beret before an Easel).

      Paris: Ambroise Vollard. 1898 - Lithograph printed in gray. One of 200 impressions intended for L'Album d'estampes orginales de la Galerie Vollard.323 x 278 mm on sheet size. 635 x 470 mm.Ingres d'Arches paper watermarked MBM.Venturi, 1158; Melot C7, Johnson, 24. Some wrinkling on the outer margins. Printed by Clot.

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        Geschichte der Eisenbahnen der oesterreich-ungarischen Monarchie, 5 Bände.

      Wien, K. Prochaska, 1898-99. - 4 in 5 Bänden. 18 z.T. doppelblattgroße Tafeln, 1233 Textabb., 2671 S. Original-Leinenbände mit floraler Vergoldung und geprägten Deckelvignetten (leicht berieben, Gelenk bei Bd. 4 und 1/I minimal angeplatzt). Ewald 19. - Sehr gut erhaltenes fleckenfreies Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MANUAL DE ICTIOLOGIA MARINA. Concretado a las especies alimenticias conocidas en las costas de España e Islas Baleares.

      - mprenta de la Viuda e Hija de Gomez Fuentenebro, Madrid, 1898. Primera edicion. Castellano Pág: XI-275 26x17 Ilustrado con 15 laminas reproduciendo 70 especies de peces y 20 figuras en el texto. dedicatoria manuscrita del autor a un amigo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Proceedings of the Scientific Meetings of the Zoological Sociey of London for the Year 1898

      London The Zoological Society of London 1898. VG : in Very Good condition. Ex lib with library stamps to front and rear and in library binding. Spine sunned. Covers lightly rubbed. Heraldic bookplate to front pastedown. Original paper covers bound in to the rear First Edition Blue hardback cloth cover 240mm x 180mm (9" x 7"). xxiii, 1091pp + ads. Sixty-six plates (hand-coloured and chromolithigraphic); many figures within the text.

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        Catalogue of Books, Early Newspapers, and Pamphlets, on Mormonism. Collected by the late Mr. William Berrian

      (New York: V.H. Everson, Print.. 1898). First. First edition. Octavo. 48pp., inserted slip on orange paper from George Berrian soliciting bids for the collection. Stapled printed glazed buff wrappers. A little foxing on the wrappers and a trifle offset on the rear wrap, a nice, near fine copy. Soon after the Collection was acquired by the New York Public Library. A very nice copy. .

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        THE BEETLE A Mystery

      Skeffington & Son, London 1898 - Marsh's supernatural horror story for which he is compared favourably with Wilkie Collins and Bram Stoker. Tissue-guarded frontis and three futher illustrations in b/w. Each of the four sections, or Books, introduced with an engraved headpiece. Red cloth worn along edges, esp at top and base of spine. Browning to endpapers but text free from foxing. Book block a little shaken but binding holds; no loose leaves. Pencilled inscription to half-title: To Sir Frederick from Amy Clarke. 351pp plus enthusiastic press reviews. All profits to Amnesty International. Size: 13cm - 19cm [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historia de la Santa A.M. Iglesia de Santiago de Compostela

      - Historia. (27) Santiago. 1898 8º d.m. 11 VOLÚMENES. Encuadernación en PIEL tapa dura artesanal con lomo estampado. López Ferreiro, Antonio 1837-1910. Imp. y Enc. del Seminario Conciliar Central. Con grab. interc. CR2 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Across the Everglades: A Canoe Journey of Exploration.

      J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia 1898 - 192 pp. Illustrated from Photographs Taken by the Author. Folding map. 8vo, publisher’s blue cloth stamped in silver, t.e.g. First edition. Old ink signature; a few spots of inoffensive foxing; a very nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A propos d'Eusapia Paladino. - Les séances de Montfort-l'Amaury (25-28 juillet 1897). - Compte rendu, photographies, témoignages et commentaires.

      Société d'Editions scientifiques, Paris 1898 - In-8 de XXX-280 pp.; broché, couverture imprimée. Un des 6 exemplaires de tête sur Japon, celui-ci n° 2 imprimé pour M. Blech en souvenir et remerciement des soirées de Montfort-L'Amaury. Un Ex-Libris imprimé en première garde. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        PART Of The CREW, U. S. S. BEAR in 1898. Relive [sic] Expedition on the Ice, at Point Barrow. Copy by H. Blair

      [Pt Barrow]:. 1898.. Photograph: 7-3/8" x 9-5/8". Mount: 7-3/4" x 10-1/4".. Mounted on grey-brown card stock, with hand-inked caption in lower left of image.. A bit of fading/yellowing, but not excessively so. Upper left corner. beginning to lift. Rear with label, penciled thereon: "This is. original photo --". Overall, Very Good.. This photograph portrays 10 of the Bear's crew that undertook the memorable 1898 overland expedition that mushed 2000 miles from Nunivak Island to Cape Barrow to relieve 275 starving men from crews of ice-bound whalers. A much more detailed account of this heroic effort can be read on the US Navy History web site.

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        Documents D'Atelier; Art Decoratif Moderne

      NP n/d - 2 volumes. Sm. folio. 1) (1re Serie). Paris. 1898. Librairie des Arts Decoratifs & Industriels. 6 pages of text and 60 loose plates in blue cloth portfolio with ties and cover plate. Gilt lettering to spine. "Album con tenant 60 planches en couleurs fac-simile d'aquarelles. 200 Modeles Nouveaux pour les Industries D'Art: Architecture, Meubles, Ceramique, Orfevrerie, Bijouterie, Tissus, etc. Composes par MM. Bonnier, Emil Cause, Edme Couty, J. Dampt, Ch. Genuys, R. Lalique, Marius Michel, Mucha, H. Nocq, Plumet, V. Prouve, E. Robert, Rudnicki, A. Sandier, Selmersheim, Tourette, etc., etc. Preface par Gustave Larroumet". Text in French. In very good condition. 2) (2me Serie). Paris. 1899. Librairie Rouam. List of plates and 60 loose plates in three-quarter cloth over green paper covered boards portfolio with ties. Gilt lettering to cover and spine. Decorated flaps. Outer flap detached but present. Minor staining and scuffing to boards. Some rubbing to corners and slight bumping to parts of top and bottom edges. "Album contenant 60 planches en couleurs fac-simile d'aquarelles. Modeles Nouveaux pour les Industries D'Art. Architecture, Meubles, Ceramique, Orfevrerie, Bijouterie, Tissus, etc. Composes par MM. Bastard, L. Bigaux, L. Chalon, G. Combaz. Edme Couty, J. Dampt, Georges-Jean, A. Giraldon, Hector Guimard, A. ledru, C. Lefebure, Aug. Lepere, Lucien Magne, L. Majorelle, A. Mucha, Ed. Niermans, Ch. Plumet, V. Prouve, E. Robert, P.-J. Ruban, L. Rudnicki, A. Sandier, Pierre Selmersheim, Ed. Tapissier, R. Wiener, Ph. Wolfers, etc., etc. Deuxieme Serie. Text in French. Map in good, plates in very good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LA MISSION LYONNAISE D'EXPLORATION COMMERCIALE EN CHINE 1895-1897

      A. Rey et Cie, Imprimeurs, Lyon, 1898. Softcover. Fair. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Text is in French. Small number written lightly on front free endpage and front pastedown. Binding is broken in several places, but all pages are attached. Spine cover chipped and cracked length wise.. Pages aged. Bumping to text-block. Light soiling to edges of text-block. Black & white photographs and illustrations. Wraps detached and lightly soiled. Wraps bumped and shelf worn at corners, edges and spine ends. Wraps tanned with small closed tears and chipping to edges. Fold out map laid in. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 132407..

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        Tales of Unrest

      T. Fisher Unwin, 1898 - Cloth just a little marked and bumped and some slight foxing, else a very nice, bright copy Original dark green cloth, spine gilt, top edge gilt (some copies have top edge plain), others uncut, advertisements at end First English Edition, First Issue (published very shortly after the American edition) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TALES OF UNREST

      1898 - London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1898. 14 pp undated ads. Original dark green cloth. First English Edition of Conrad's fourth book -- his first collection of short stories (including "An Outpost of Progress," a Congo tale anticipating his later "Heart of Darkness"). Cagle estimates a total printing of about 1250 copies, including some copies with no gilt top edge (such as this one) and some copies that were remaindered with a cancel title page and a later binding. The American edition by Scribner's is believed to have come out about ten days earlier.~This is a near-fine copy with the spine gilt brighter than usual and with scarcely any wear (a few faint cover marks). This is becoming a scarce book in this condition. Cagle A4c(1), binding b (top edge plain). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tales of unrest / by Joseph Conrad

      London : T. Fisher Unwin 1898 - Contents: Karain: a memor -- The idiots -- An outpost of progres -- The return -- The lagoon. Summary: A collection of short stories by the author of "Nostromo", "The Secret Agent", "Lord Jim" and "An Outcast of the Island". Subject; Adventure stories, English. Short stories in English, 1900 - Texts. Publisher's ads to the rear; the first of which with a minor tear. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 1 Kg. 297 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Novels of Jane Austen; Sense and Sensibility Vols. I-II, Limited Edition

      GRANT RICHARDS, LONDON 1898 - Blue leather spine & corners, marbled boards & endpapers, 4 raised ribs on spine, color frontispiece, gold gilt lettering on spine, gilt top fore edge. Foot of spine says Winchester Edition; copyright page states limited edition of 250 copies of which this is # 42 in Vol. II; General shelf wear, rubbed covers & extremeties, age-toning pages, previous owner bookplate on inner front boards, good binding, clean body and unmarked text. DATE PUBLISHED: 1898 EDITION: LIMITED ED [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Illustrated Historical Sketches portraying the advancement in Christian Science from its inception to the present time, including some of its church edifices (First Edition)

      Herbert L. Dunbar, Boston 1898 - First Edition. A monograph of photographs by Dunbar of Christian Science books, figureheads, churches and other items of interest, mostly in the Boston area but also in other locales. OCLC locates 3 copies. Near Fine in publisher's gray oblong linen-covered boards, titles in gilt. A lovely copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE KLONDYKE NUGGET. By S.F. Cody.

      Belfast, Ireland: David Allen & Sons, [circa 1898]. - Chromolithographic poster, 30 x 20 inches. Tears in both corners of upper margin, not affecting image or text. Light edgewear. Very good. A rare poster for the popular stage play, THE KLONDYKE NUGGET, written and performed by S.F. Cody throughout the British Isles at the end of the nineteenth century. Samuel Franklin Cody (1867-1913) was a unique figure in late Victorian Anglo-American popular entertainment. Born Samuel Franklin Cowdery, he later changed his surname to capitalize on the fame of Buffalo Bill Cody, even mimicking Buffalo Bill's clothing and facial hair style. Born in Texas, S.F. Cody trained in the Forepaugh Wild West Show, and found much of his fame in England. He is renowned in the history of aviation as the first man to conduct a powered flight in England, and he later developed large kites that were used for artillery spotting during World War I. Cody's life was filled with tall tales (though some of them perhaps true) including his claim that he prospected for gold in Dawson City during the Klondike Gold Rush. That story set the groundwork for the theatrical play advertised herein, where Cody plays the role of George Exelby, Lela Cody, his (common law) second wife, the part of Rosie, and her son, Edward LeRoy plays Joe Smith. All three are depicted on this poster, which also features a large gold nugget, and shows scenes from play including scenes in camp, on the trail, and in hairy situations in barrooms and the frozen wilderness. One of the larger illustrations shows a forlorn Cody pondering a map, while another shows him, pick-axe in hand, "on the summit of the Chilcoot Pass." OCLC locates a single copy of this poster, at Yale. A colorful and rare poster from an amazing American showman at the height of the Klondike Gold Rush. OCLC 797177308.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Remington's Frontier Sketches [in Box}

      Werner; Chicago; 1898; Oblong folio (12" x 9 1/4"); pages not numbered - NF/VG+. First Edition but no AEG. Original ivory boards with bevelled edges, dramatic typography with art nouveau illustration of an Indian chief on horseback reproduced in copper colored ink. Design repeated on title page. Introduction by George S. Rowe. Fifteen plates, each with a parchment tissue guard with title of illustration printed in red. Plates depict battle scenes between the U.S. cavalry and Plains Indians. Cover and spine clean and edges and corners without wear, very bright and tight and clean with no prior owner marks. Some of the tissue guards have a vertical wave or two as if the paper had shrunk and then expanded, and some of the plates have a hint of 'wave' opposite those of the tissue guard, but this is nevertheless an exceptionally nice near original copy of a book rarely found in such nice condition. Even more special is the presence of the original gift box in which the book was sold, the cover of which repeats in B&W the front cover of the book. The top of the box is complete, 2 sides are complete and the other 2 80% complete, with the corners solid (in part due to some recent professional strengthening). The box bottom is 100% complete including portions of the paper overlay that once covered the book, with the corners solid and with some recent strengthening. The fifteen plates first appeared in General Nelson A. Miles book PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS AND OBSERVATIONS also published by The Werner Co. (1896). Dykes #327, Howes R206. A nice collectable copy of an already uncommon book, but one even scarcer in such nice condition in the original box. TO SEE MORE PICTURES AND ADDITIONAL SPECIAL ITEMS, VISIT OUR BOOKSELLER's HOMEPAGE. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Illustrators Bookcase]
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        The English Dialect Dictionary, Being the Complete Vocabulary of All Dialect Words Still in Use, or Known to Have Been in Use During the Past Two Hundred Years. 6 volumes.

      London, The Times Book Club, 1898.. circa 30 x 24 cm. Together about 5000 pages Red original cloth with gilt spine. First edition of this large standard work, complete in 6 volumes. - Normal traces of use or age, no stamps, no damage, just a little rubbed, some scratches, but absolutely solid and clean inside. Almost fine but not for collectors who demand perfect condition. - Very heavy set! No shipping outside the EC!!.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek]
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        Wessex Poems and Other Verses. With Thirty Illustrations by the Author.

      London: Harper & Brothers, 1898 - Octavo. Original white cloth, titles to spine, design to upper board, and all edges gilt. Spine browned, boards unevenly browned, spotting to endpapers. A very good copy. Frontispiece, 12 plates, 18 head- and tailpieces. First edition, first impression. This is the gift binding produced by the publishers in preparation for the Christmas sales, as the book was first published on 11 December 1898. Printed in an edition of 500 copies, Wessex Poems includes works written between 1865 and 1897, of which only four pieces had been previously published. Purdy p. 96-106. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Wessex Poems

      Harpers 1898 - first edition first impression from 1898 in excellent condition, spine is browned,there is a previous owner inscription on ffep, no other markings,this is the rarer cream cloth binding with bevelled edges, blocked and lettered in gold, produced by the publishers for Christmas gift sales, an excellent copy please see pics, any questions please get in touch, paypal accepted [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Setanta Books PBFA]
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        Wessex Poems and Other Verses. With Thirty Illustrations by the Author.

      London and New York: Harper & Brothers, 1898 - Octavo. Contemporary blue half morocco by J. & E. Bumpus, spine gilt in compartments, blue cloth sides, marbled endpapers, ruling to boards and top edge gilt. Original green cloth bound in at rear. Bookplate of William Saunders, dated 1904, to front pastedown and of E. Hubert Litchfield to front free endpaper. Endpapers tanned from turn-ins. An excellent copy. Frontispiece, 12 plates, 18 head- and tailpieces. First edition of this collection of poetry, first published in an edition of 500 copies on 11 December 1898. Wessex Poems includes works written between 1865 and 1897, of which only four pieces had been previously published. Purdy, pp. 96-106. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Wooings of Jezebel Pettyfer. Being the personal history of Jehu Sennacherib Dyle, commonly called Masheen Dyle; together with an account of certain things that chanced in the House of the Sorcerer; here set down.

      London: Grant Richards, 1898 - Octavo. Original yellow cloth, titles to spine and pictorial design to upper board in black. Binding lightly rubbed and browned, a little wear to corners and ends of spine with cracking of the cloth at the head of the spine, which is tanned, hinges cracked. A very good copy. First edition, in the first issue binding, of the classic picaresque novel with a West Indian setting of Barbados and Jamaica. Vincent Starrett devotes a chapter to Haldane Macfall in his Buried Caesars (1923), in which he says: "Mr. Macfall will write other novels before he dies, but he need not unless he wishes. His fame is assured by those already written: 'The Wooings of Jezebel Pettyfer' and 'The Masterfolk'. Few better novels have been written in the language Jezebel Pettyfer is a Barbadian negress, utterly reckless, unmoral and delightful. Even more adjectival are Jehu Sennacherib Dyle, her first recorded lover, and his amazing companions. Around this yellow pair, and its satellites, centers the long and rambling narrative of West Indian life Old George Meredith enigmatically told the author that the book was the finest novel of his generation, but that it out never to have been written a fire in the publisher's plant destroyed what remained of the edition". Tipped in are two autograph letters signed of 1927 and 1928, about six closely written pages, from the author to Scott Cunningham about Jezebel and drawings of her. With Cunningham's bookplate. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        THROUGH UNKNOWN TIBET.

      AN EARLY PRIMARY ACCOUNT OF TIBET & CHINA London 1898, - Unwin. Pictorial buff cloth, very good, 440p.,index, appendix, 77 b. w. photos, 4 pocket maps in pocket,top edge gilt, head/tail spine bit worn, covers bit stained& discolored, else solid. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. SCARCE Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2014Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

      [Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB]
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        Through Unknown Tibet.

      T. Fisher Unwin London 1898 - First edition. 8vo. xiv, 440pp., 4 folding maps in end pocket, numerous photographic and other illustrations throughout, original pictorial cloth gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut, rebacked preserving most of darkened spine. Narrative of the journey of Wellby and Malcolm across Tibet and northern China in 1896, from Srinagar to Peking via Leh, Chang Tang of Tibet and the Koko-Nor dam basin. Yakushi W106. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books]
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        White Stains

      [Amsterdam: Leonard Smithers,], 1898. The literary remains of George Archibald Bishop a Neuropath of the Second Empire. Quarto. Original black cloth, titles to upper board in white, ankh device to spine in white. Some browning to the endleaves, edges of pages occasionally frayed, corners bumped, cloth a little marked, some repair to the joints but a very good copy. First edition, sole printing. One of 100 copies - this unnumbered. Printed for the author in Holland, the edition was in large part seized by UK customs who destroyed a sizeable majority of copies. Certainly this title is one of Crowley's scarcest.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Royal Atlas of Modern Geography... with additions and corrections by G.H. Johnston

      Edinburgh and London: W. & A.K. Johnston, 1898. Folio (495 x 323mm.), frontispiece and 56 maps printed from lithographic transfer, colour-printed, publisher's black half morocco gilt, gilt edges, some occasional spotting, rebacked and repaired. Hubert Viner Hart, morocco label on front pastedown presenting the book to him from the President and Council of the Royal Geographical Society for proficiency in geography on board the Worcester, July 1898. From the celebrated atlas library of Lord Wardington..

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries]
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