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        A Dictionary of Trout and Bass Flies

      Philadelphia, 1898. First edition. Two vignettes of flies on front wrapper and on title-page. Pp. [iii], 1-37. 1 vols. Oblong 12mo. Brown printed wrappers. Spine repaired (wrappers backed with paper, mending marginal losses; first and last leaves rehinged at gutter). Owner signature in bottom corner of title page. Bookplate. Custom red morocco backed folding box. Uncommon. First edition. Two vignettes of flies on front wrapper and on title-page. Pp. [iii], 1-37. 1 vols. Oblong 12mo. The Language of Trout Flies. Wetzel p. 211; Bruns S148 (from a Goodspeed catalogue); Heller 2:494

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        The Novels.

      London: Downey & Co. Ltd.,, 1898. [Including Jane Eyre; Shirley; Vilette; Wuthering Heights; Agnes Grey; The Tenant of Wildfell Hall.] 12 volumes, octavo. Recent burgundy morocco, titles and decoration to spines gilt, raised bands, rule to boards gilt, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Illustrated throughout from photographs of places associated with the Brontës. Spines a little sunned, otherwise in excellent condition. The Thornton Edition. A very handsomely bound set of the Brontë's novels illustrated with photographs of places associated with the sisters.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Small Archive Of Poetry, Autobiographical Writings, Letters, Ephemera, Etc. Of English Writer Dorothy Field Dudley Short

      London: Circa 1898-1978, 1898. 1st Edition. No Binding. Very Good. Small Archive Of Writings, Letters, And Ephemera By Dorothy Field, Mrs. Norman Dudley Short, English Writer, Editor, Musician And Activist Circa 1920-1960, Who Also Taught Music And Art. She Studied Music, Authored Old Men And Children Circa 1912, Authored The Religion Of The Sikhs In 1914, Married Caricaturist Norman Dudley Short In 1922, Reporter For Times Educational Supplement 1923-1927, Was An Activist And Later Local And National Officer Of The National Council Of Women Of Great Britain From 1930 Into The 1950'S And Authored Articles In Their National House Organ, Authored Children's Book Judy And The Magic Rocket 1933 (Now Scarce As Publisher's Works Were Bombed And Half Print Run Lost), Authored The Green Man And The Girl Who Walked Side-Ways, School Readers, 1930'S, Authored To Be Or Not To Be (League Of National Life),Authored Poet's Choice, 1944, Authored Long Sections In The Eleven Religions, Circa 1946, Authored "Readings From World Religions" 1951. Included In The Archive Are 1. Book Of Poetry By Field, Title Page Inscribed To Her Mother, Unpaginated But About 100 Pp, Undated, Circa 1920 (?). 2. Poetry, About 50 Sheets, With Transmittal Note Indicating That "Some Are Quite Old", Some Were Published In "Poetry Of Today" Or "Poetry Quarterly", One Published In "The Sign" When She Was 16, Another In "Mothers In Council" (Which She Edited), One In "The New Asge" November 1918, Marked As Such; Some Dated, Some Signed, Many With Handwritten Changes 3. Folder Of Autobiographical Writings And Letters And Ephemera, 1898 To 1970'S. Post Card Ad For Readings From World Religions, Watts & Co, 1951. Two Folders Of Letters And A Few Photocopied Letters, To/From Short, Usually Correspondence With Her Daughter And Other Relatives.

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        A JOURNAL OF THE FIRST VOYAGE OF VASCO DA GAMA, 1497-1499. Translated and Edited, with Notes, an Introduction and Appendices, by E.G. Ravenstein.

      London: Hakluyt Society, 1898. xxxvi, 250 pages of text including an index and glossary, followed by 16 pages of publisher's information. Original blue stamped hardcover binding with gilt spine lettering and front cover gilt stamp of the ship "Victoria." Minimal to moderate rubbing to extremities with minor bumping to corners, a few minor scuffs, and moderate sunning and soiling to spine; protected in custom stiff archival mylar. Inner hinges slightly cracked. Illustrated by 8 folding maps in color, and 23 plates and facsimiles. Minor foxing scattered throughout text. Section of front endpaper clipped, with previous owner's name present. First Series, No. 99. This text may lack a corrigenda leaf.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good- condition. Octavo (8vo).

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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        SUPPLEMENT AUX PRINCIPES DE DROIT CIVIL FRANCAIS DE FRANCOIS LAURENT - 8 VOLUMES EN 8 TOMES - 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8.

      BRUYLANT-CHRISTOPHE ET Cie 1898 - RO20202617: 8 VOLUMES EN 8 TOMES: Environs 600 pages par volume - couverture de substitution: tome 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 et 8 - tome 7: dos fendu et ouvrage desolidarisé - tome 4: dos muet - interieur frais. In-8 Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 340-Droit [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Wound Dresser: A Series of Letters Written from the Hospitals in Washington During the War of the Rebellion

      Small, Maynard & Co., Boston 1898 - 8vo, smooth red cloth-covered bds, bright gold title on spine and very bright gold title on fb with decorations, teg, bumping to spine ends, light rubbing to edges of spine and bottom edges, else clean, bright, tight and unworn; internally clean and unmmarked; tipped in by tp is a slip of paper stating, "With Dr. Bucke's Compliments" written in ink; frontis of Whitman and another photograph of his mother, both with original clean tissue; pp.viii,201; no dj, volume protected in clear mylar cover. A very attractive copy of the first printing, and a presentation copy from the editor, with presentation possibly written in his own hand. A very scarce title in any condition [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gunstock Hill Books]
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        Antar, Poeme Heroique Arabe Des Temps Anteislamiques.

      Edition D’Art, H. Piazza Et Cie., Paris 1898 - 125 pp. of text each illustrated with a drawing, half-title, full leather Bordeaux binding with oriental design, signed by J. la Bruyere, fitted in a slightly worn slipcase, original wrappers bound in, title gilt on raised spine, title printed in Arabic & French within engraved borders, 132 colour illustrations by Etienne Dinet, translated from original Arabic by Marcel Devic, copy in a very good condition. LIMITED EDITION TO 300 COPIES OF WHICH THIS COPY IS NUMBERED 200. An absolutely stunning book. The illustrations by Etienne Alphonse Dinet 1861-1929 bring to life the Arabic legend of Antar, the triumph of good over evil. Dinet spent a large part of his life in Algeria. He exhibited nearly every year his orientalist canvases at the Exposition Universelle and at the Societe des Peintres Orientalistes Francais. This work is the first of a series of highly artistic publications published by Piazza. The poem of Antar was discussed by the famous Frecnh poet Alphonse Lamartine in his "Voyage En Oreint". It was translated for the first time from original Arabic in 1894 by Marcel Devic. It is considered as a masterpiece of Arabic literature written by the famous Arab warrior and poet Antar Bin Shaddad in the XIII century. The scenes by Dinet mainly depict life in the Algerian desert. In 1889 Dinet glorified Antar by a large canvas entitled " La vengeance des fils d’Antar". Bibliographic reference: Monod 309; Carteret IV,45 Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        C. 1898 Group of 5 Large-Format Albumen Photographs of the USS Yankee - Portside and Underway

      Brooklyn New York: Muller Marine Photographer, 1898. Group includes 3 images of the ship at dockside, with sailors and crew, harbor equipment, some ladies visiting, a candid look at the crew and visitors, one with a view of the debarkation of a very fancy launch with whom appears to be the recently-elected Mayor Robert Van Wyck (1847-1918) tipping his bowler to a Navy man's salute - we speculate perhaps these taken at the time when the ship was renamed and commissioned at New York on 14 April 1898 under the helm of Commander Willard H. Brownson (Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships); and 2 images of the ship while moving off to sea, one image having a bit of a view of city buildings in the background; one of the docked images with clear lettering of the ship's name across her port beam; with the small stamp of the Muller Marine Photographer 714 Monroe Street Brooklyn on back of one of the mount cards; photographs approx. 8" x 10" image size, with the mounts, 11" x 14"; "Spanish American War" written in a modern hand on back of one; little waviness to cards, some fading of imagery in one; one image with 1" rub-abrasion; some spottiness to cards; images in very good condition overall and a nice look at this United States Navy cruiser-transport which saw much action in the Spanish American War, on fighting cable-cutting escort, on blockade duty, chasing and engaging in battle with runners, dispatch delivery and ammunition & troop transport, a very active ship. . Photographic Mount Cards. Very Good.

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        THE PETS' PANORAMA: A NOVEL PICTURE BOOK FOR CHILDREN (code no. 272)

      Ernest Nister, E. P. Dutton & Co., London, New York 1898 - (Pop-Up) THE PETS' PANORAMA: A NOVEL PICTURE BOOK FOR CHILDREN (code no. 272) with stories by L. L. Weedon, C. B. and E. N. London: Ernest Nister; New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., [ca. 1898]. 8vo - 7-7/8" x 9-5/8". Red cloth backed color pictorial boards with the slightest hint of wear to the tips for what is still a bright, fresh and glossy copy of the book almost in "as new" condition. [27] pp. Decorative endpapers with gift inscription dated 1898 on the FFE. The book contains a collection of stories and verses for children. It is illustrated throughout with sepia drawings within text. The highlight of the book is the four double page chromolithograph pop-up scenes featuring small children, farmyard animals and various dolls and toys. The pop-ups are all complete and in fine condition. Slightly rusted staples and scattered finger soiling are all that keep this book from being graded "as new". The condition of the book is NEAR FINE. SCARCE [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Wallace & Clark, Booksellers]
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        Traité de microbiologie.

      Paris, Masson, 1898-1901. ____ Première édition. Emile Duclaux (1840-1904) était le disciple favori de Louis Pasteur, à qui il succéda à la tête de l'Institut. ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE à "mon ami G. Bertrand". Gabriel Bertrand (1867-1962) entra à l'Institut Pasteur, en 1900, comme chef du Service de chimie biologique. Il prit la succession de Duclaux à la chaire de chimie biologique à la Faculté des Sciences de Paris. Tome 1 : Microbiologie générale. T.2 : Diastases, toxines et venins. T.3 : Fermentation alcoolique. T.4 : Fermentations variées des diverses substances ternaires. Seuls quatre des sept tomes prévus pour cet ouvrage ont été publiés. Nombreuses illustrations dans le texte. Couleur du dos légèrement passée, bel exemplaire. *-------*. 4 volumes in-8. Collation : (4), III, (1), 632 / (4), III, (1), 768 / (4), III, (1), 760 / (4), III, (1), 768 pp. Demi-chagrin rouge, dos à nerfs orné. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Three Sunsets and Other Poems

      London: Macmillan & Co. Ltd, 1898. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Very Good with fading to spine cloth and unevenly to covers, light edge wear. Several small patches of light lifting to cloth at edge of front cover. Offsetting to free end papers and previous owner gift inscription at front.

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        Paardenrassen

      Zutphen, Schillemans & Van Belkum 1898 - EERELMAN, Otto / QUADEKKER, Eugenius Antonius Ludovicus (1854-1938). Paardenrassen. Zutphen, Schillemans & Van Belkum, (1898). Grand in-folio en feuilles sous chemises et portfolio d’éditeur richement décoré. EDITION ORIGINALE EN TIRAGE LIMITÉ D’UN DES PLUS BEAUX OUVRAGES D’ART SUR LES CHEVAUX DU XIXE. Il se compose d’une liste de souscripteurs de 4 pages et de 12 chemises originales lithographiées comprenant au total 41 planches, chacune accompagnée d’un texte explicatif de 4 pages par E.A.L. Quadekker. Les planches de toute beauté sont chromolithographiées par J.L. Goffart d’après les tableaux du célèbre peintre de chevaux néerlandais Otto Eerelman (1839-1926). L’ouvrage débute avec Woyko, le cheval favori de la Reine Wilhelmina des Pays-Bas, croisement d’un cheval arabe et d’une jument hongroise. Suivent 40 autres planches représentant différentes races de chevaux et pur-sang du monde entier: le cheval arabe, perse, turc, andalou, anglais, français, américain, russe La dernière chemise indique planches « 37 à 42 » mais seules 41 planches ont paru. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Novels. [Including Jane Eyre; Shirley; Vilette; Wuthering Heights; Agnes Grey; The Tenant of Wildfell Hall.]

      London: Downey & Co. Ltd., 1898 - 12 volumes, octavo. Recent burgundy morocco, titles and decoration to spines gilt, raised bands, rule to boards gilt, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Spines a little sunned, otherwise in excellent condition. Illustrated throughout from photographs of places associated with the Brontës. The Thornton Edition. A very handsomely bound set of the Brontë's novels illustrated with photographs of places associated with the sisters.

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        LA LITHOGRAPHIE ORIGINALE EN COULEURS

      L'Estampe et l'Affiche, Paris 1898 - Paris: Publication de l’Estampe et l’Affiche, 1898. 8vo, pictorial wrappers. Bit of loss to spine extremities and crack starting at upper joint, stitching loosening. Still a pleasing , clean copy , uncut and unopened, preserved in a cloth folder with flaps and ribbon tie. The frontispiece , a color lithograph, is fine. One of 1000 copies. The cover and color frontispiece are original lithographs by Pierre Bonnard. Artists dealt with include Lautrec, Bonnard, Vuillard, Denis, Rivière, De Feure, Chéret, Steinlen, Redon, et al., as well as publishers and printers. An important work in the history of art and aesthetics. Cate and Hitchings, The Color Revolution/ Color Lithography in France 1890-1900, pages 73 to 97 with full page reproduction of title page, cover and frontispiece and an English translation of the text: ". unique analysis of the aesthetic activities of his time," observing that color lithography was the era’s special artistic form, " . essentially a record of almost a decade of avant-garde printmaking activity. a forum for advanced aesthetic theories . an eloquent prelude to the aesthetic convulsions of the twentieth century." Hofer, Artist and the Book, 26: "Because of its cover and multi-color frontispiece, this book is often considered the first French livre de peintre with original color lithographs." Roger- Marx, Bonnard Lithographie, nos. 72-73. Size: 8vo [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Brushwork Studies of Flowers, Fruits and Animals for Teachers and Advanced Students.

      London/Liverpool, George Philip & Son (& Nephew), 1898. - Oblong Quarto. Coloured frontispiece, 11 pages of text and XXVII plates with explanations. Original Hardcover (green cloth with lettering to spine and cover). Extraordinarily excellent (Near Mint) condition with barely any signs of wear. Wonderful and rare publication ! Elizabeth Corbet Yeats (11 March 1868 – 16 January 1940), known as Lolly, was born at 23 Fitzroy Road, London. She was the daughter of the Irish artist John Butler Yeats and sister of W. B., Jack and Susan Mary "Lily" Yeats. She trained and worked as an art teacher and was a member of William Morris's circle in London before her family returned to Dublin in 1900. Yeats wrote and created the artwork for "Elementary Brush-Work Studies" (published in 1900), an educational book that teaches young children the technique of painting flowers and plants using her simple method. At the suggestion of Emery Walker, who worked with Morris on the Kelmscott Press, Yeats studied printing with the Women's Printing Society in London. In Dublin, she accepted the invitation to join Evelyn Gleeson to form the Dun Emer Guild along with Lily, who was an embroiderer. Yeats managed the Dun Emer Press from 1902. The Press was located at Runnymede, the house of Evelyn Gleeson. (This house, located in Dundrum, was later renamed Dun Emer. It has since been demolished.) This was set up with the intention of training young women in bookbinding and printing. In 1908, she and her brother William started the Cuala Press, publishing over 70 books including 48 by the poet. Yeats was the first commercial printer in Ireland to work exclusively with hand presses. (Wikipedia)

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        Red and Black: A Story of Provincial France

      New York: Brentano's, 1898. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 439pp. Original red cloth stamped in black with gilt lettering. First American trade edition. (Published the same year as the limited edition from G.H. Richmond & Son translated by Robins, priority unknown. Precedes the first UK by two years. Encylopedia of Literary Trans., O. Classe 1331.) Very Good. Cloth a bit rubbed and edge-worn, spots of mottling to front cover, spine dulled. Internally clean and bright with a few small dog-ears; front hinge professionally repaired with new front endpaper. A scarce early English-language appearance of the novel Le Rouge et le Noir: Chronique du XIXe siecle.

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        Arctic Regions, Alaska, Norway and Sweden, Denmark and Holland Polar Compilation from Harper's, Scribner's and McClure's Magazines

      varies - Sm4to - 25.4 cm. Burgundy cloth with printed label on spine. A bound collection of 38 first edition articles published by Harper's, Scribner's and McClure's Magazines. Most of these articles are related to exploration of the polar regions with an emphasis on the Arctic Regions. The compiler has typed a table of contents which is bound in at the front. Extensive illustrations and numerous maps. A fascinating and important collection of personally bound pre-publication articles to include: Days in the Arctic by Frederick G. Jackson Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. XCVII, No. DLXXX, September 1898. 20pp., 27 black-and-white photographic illustrations. The Rescue of the Whalers, A Sled Journey of 1600 Miles in the Arctic Regions by Lieutenant P. Bertholf, U.S.R.C.S. Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. XCIX, No. DLXXXIX, June 1899. 22pp. 1 map, 15 black-and-white photographic illustrations. The Peary Relief Expedition By Angelo Heilprin Scribner's Magazine, Vol. XIII, No. 1, January 1893 22pp. 17 black-and-white illustrations. Two Thousand Miles in the Antarctic Ice By Dr. Frederick A. Cook, Surgeon of the Belgian Antarctic Expedition McClure's Magazine, Vol. XIV, No. 1, November 1899 16 pp. 1 map, 21 black-and-white photographs and illustrations. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Das Riesengebirge in Wort und Bild. 4 Bde. 18 Jhge. Fachblatt für die Gesammtkunde des Riesengebirges und der angrenzenden Gebiete.

      Marschendorf/Trautenau: Gebirgsverein für Böhmen; 1881-1898. - 28,5 cm. (1. Jhg.) 74 S.; (2. Jhg.) 104 S.; (3. Jhg.) 82 S.; (4. Jhg.) 74 S.; (5.Jhg.) 106 S.; (6. Jhg.) 120 S.; (7. Jhg.) 124 S.; (8. Jhg.) 140 S.; (9. Jhg.) 156; (10. Jhg.) 80; (11. Jhg.) 48, 36; (12. Jhg.) 76; (13. Jhg.) 32, 32; (14. Jhg.) 80 S.; (15. Jhg.) 60 S.; (16. Jhg.) 74 S.; (17. Jhg.) 76 S.; (18. Jhg.) 54 S., zahlr. Abb, Tafeln u. Faltktn., Anzeigenteil. Dekoratives HLdr. d. Zt. mit vier unechten Bünden und Goldprägung. Flammen-Marmorpapier. - Einbde. etw. berieben u. min. beschabt. Kanten etw. bestoßen. Vors. vorne u. hinten Ränder altersbed. etw. gebräunt. S. min. knickspurig. Wenige Bleiverm. i. Txt. Sonst sehr gut. Der Österreichische Riesengebirgsverein wurde im Jahre 1880 von Eduard Rudolf Petrak gegründet und gab von 1881 bis 1898 die Zeitschrift "Das Riesengebirge in Wort und Bild" heraus. Publiziert wurden fächer- und disziplinübergreifende Artikel und Arbeiten, die sich schwerpunktmäßig mit dem Riesengebirge auseinandersetzen. So finden sich neben Bekanntmachungen des Vereins sowohl historische, literarische, geologische und meteorologische Beiträge in den Blättern. - Die Zeitschfriten wurden von der Buchbinderei Raimund Kosel zu Braunau gebunden. - Beiliegend: Dreiteiliger Zeitungsartikel "Zur Rübezahlsage." von Dr. P. Regell, der 1894 in der Schlesischen Zeitung publiziert wurde, sowie "Die Freiherren von Silberstein. Ein Lebensbild dieses Geschlechtes und der Ursprung des Stiftungs-Vermögens", von Johann Rindt, Arnau, Teil 1 + 2. (alles). - Ebenfalls beiliegend: Hs. Inhaltsverzeichnis "in folkloristischer Beziehung" (48 S.; Briefkopf auf jeder Seite: J. U. Dr. Eduard Langer, Advocat in Prag, Herrengasse Nr. 10). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die Haggadah von Sarajevo. Eine spanisch-jüdische Bilderhandschrift des Mittelalters. Nebst einem Anhange von David Kaufmann.

      Wien, Alfred Hölder 1898.. Text- und Tafelband. 2 Bände. Mit farbigem Frontispiz, 38 Lichtdrucktafeln, 18 (davon 8 farbigen) Textillustrationen; (6) Seiten, 35 Lichtdrucktafeln (davon 2 farbig). 5 Bll., 316 S. OHLdr. 28 x 19,5 cm. Yudlov 2053. - Erste Ausgabe der Haggadah von Sarajevo, eines der bedeutendsten hebräischen Manuskripte des Mittelalters. Mit den Essays zu verschiedenen Aspekten der Haggadah des Kunstwissenschaftlers Julius von Schlosser und David Heinrich Müller, sowie einer Abhandlung über die jüdischen Illustratoren und Illustrationen von David Kaufmann. - Zur Neuausgabe von 1963 schrieb Cecil Roth im Vorwort: "The superb medieval codex known as the Sarajevo Haggadah is certainly the most famous of Hebrew illuminated manuscripts: it is among the most beautiful: it is perhaps the most important. Its recorded history goes back only some seventy years. One day in 1894......a child in Sarajevo came to the Jewish communal infant-school bearing an old Hebrew service book under his arm. His father had recently died leaving the family in straitened circumstances and they needed to realise what was possible from the sale of the volume ...... it passed to the Bosnian National Museum. The discovery soon attracted the attention of the eminent scholars and art-historians of Vienna. ........ A ..... magnifient publication was issued before long, devoted to the description and consideration of this newly-found treasure. This was the product of collaboration between the Jewish liturgical expert Heinrich Muller and the non-Jewish art-historian Julius von Schlosser, their own work being supplemented by a most impoprtant excursus on medieval Jewish illuminated manuscripts generally, by the Budapest scholar-collector David Kaufmann, the only person who had hitherto studied the subject systematically". (Cecil Roth bezieht sich auf die hier vorliegende Ausgabe). - Mit Exlibris des Schweizer Altorientalisten Karl Marti (1855-1925). - Einbandkanten etwas bestoßen, Lederrücken etwas beschabt. Vortitel mit kleinem Namenszug.

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        History of Sanpete and Emery Counties Utah

      Ogden, UT: W.H. Lever, 1898. First edition. Hardcover. Very good+. 681pp. Three quarters leather over black cloth boards. Gilt title on spine and front cover. Some minor wear and rubbing to boards, corners bumped else very good. Internally fine. Profusely illustrated with photos throughout. A scarce and early county history, the first county history to be issued in the then newly formed state of Utah. Uncommon in this condition. Frontispiece photo of the Manti Temple. Has chapters on the Southern Utah towns of: Manti, Mt. Pleasant, Ephraim, Fairview, Moroni, Gunnison, Spring City, Fountain Green, Mayfield, Wales, Chester, Payette, Sterling, Milburn, Indianola, Castle Dale, Cleveland, Desert Lake, Emery, Ferron, Green River, Huntington, Lawrence, Molen, Orangeville and Woodside. Flake/Draper #4042. Howes L303

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        Die Lehre vom Verbrecher (pp.30-41).

      - Aerztl. Mschr., 1898/ 1. - Leipzig, Verlag von H. Hartung & Sohn, Januar 1898, 8°, 48 pp., orig. Broschur. Erstdruck in der selten orig. Broschur! - "Das Verwirklichte wurde ermessen von allem Anfang an. Schom mit seinen alerersen wissenschaftlichen Veröffentlichungen mache er auf sdich aufmerksam und trat in den Blickkreis des Interesse der Fachleute. Seine Schriften über "Die Lehre vom Verbrecher" (1889), "Über moralische Idiotie" (1893) und "Der geborene Verbrecher" (1896), welche schon vollkommen den Stempel des scharfsinnig beobachtenden und verstehenden Naturwissenschafters wie des bündig klaren, nackt sachlichen Darstellers tragen, erregten breitestes Aufsehen und gaben der damals vorherrschend in intellektualistischen Auffassung befangenen Forschung Antriebe und neue Richtung." J. Klaesi, Eugen Bleuler (1857-1939) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Vale Press] The Poems of John Keats [together with] The Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley

      Hacon and Ricketts, The Vale Press 1898, 1901, 1902, London - Tall 8vo. Two separate titles, five total volumes (two Keats, three Shelley). A superb set of both Vale Press titles, sold here together, since bound similar, and obviously stored safely together by the same owner, as all five volumes in fine condition. Bound in publisher's original beige smooth buckram cloth. Borders, initials and decorations, including a full-page decorative title in each volume of the Shelley, and double-page title spread in the Keats, by Charles Ricketts. Spine as near to original hue as ever seen. Browning to prelims in the Keats, but no browning in the three Shelley volumes, amazingly. Shelley all three volumes unopened.The finest set of all five we have ever seen and thus selling as a unit. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        [Vale Press] The Rowley Poems

      London: Hacon & Ricketts, Vale Press, 1898. First edition thus. Two volumes. Original color pictorial paper covered boards (two-toned) with red-brown patterned design at the spine, and green decorated paper over most of the boards in a repeating flower and vine pattern, printed paper labels on both spines. 210 copies, cover design, exquisite full-page decorated title pages in each volume, intricate initials throughout, all by Charles Ricketts. A difficult title to find, especially in fine condition. Our copy is exemplary, very fine, with very light browntoning to endsheets and first free fly which is almost universally seen in abundance.

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        YU^SEIRO^ GAKO^

      1898. Very Good. Nishiyama HOEN; Nishiyama KAN'EI. YUSEIRO GAKO. Osaka, Nishiyama Kinnosuke. Meiji 31 [1898]. 15.8 x 18.2 cm. Orihon folding album, a compilation of the work of Hoen and Kan'ei on Noh and Kyogen scenes. Aoki Susando and Yamada Unsodo collaborated as sales agents for this work in Tokyo and Kansai, and worked with Ozawa in Nagoya, as well. Though Hoen had died many years before, his son Kan'ei supplied the drawings based on his father's work. He died the year before this work appeared. There are 12 lovely double page color woodblock prints. Very good condition overall, with the original printed title label and covers. Quite unusual. We can find no reference to it in the standard references.

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        FACTS ABOUT EMPIRE, Colorado, 1898

      William - Haffner Engraving Co for the Union Pacific, Denver & Gulf Railroad, Denver, Colorado 1898 - Original printed white wrappers; 16 pages, illustrated. Promotional publication with description and illustrations of Empire, Clear Creek County, Colorado and surrounding area. Published by the Union Pacific, Denver & Gulf Railroad, T.E. Fisher, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Denver, Colorado. Key buildings and residences; Empress Mill; Gold Dirt Mine; Conqueror Tunnel; Atlantic Mill; Badger Mill; Town Hall; Empire School house, etc. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Handwörterbuch der Psychoanalyse. A - Gr.. Alles was erschienen (Lieferung 1 - 5).

      Gr. 8, 160 S., faksimilierter Brief von Sigmund Freud., Privat-HLdr., Tadell. Erstausgabe. Es erschien des Anschlusses wegen nur der Teil von A wie Abasie bis G wie Grössenwahn. Richard Francis Sterba (1898-1989), österreichisch-US-amerikanischer Psychoanalytiker. Sterba wurde Mitglied der Wiener Psychoanalytischen Vereinigung. Im Jahr 1926 heiratete er die Psychoanalytikerin Editha von Radanowicz-Hartmann. Nach dem Anschluss Österreichs 1938 flohen beide in die Schweiz und gingen von dort in die Vereinigten Staaten, wo sie in Detroit mit Leo Bartemeier ein psychoanalytisches Institut aufbauten und eine eigene Praxis betrieben.

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        The Hawaiian Annual

      . G. Thrum, Honolulu 1898 - The Hawaiian Annual. 1898. In near fine wrappers, sewn and glued. Many statistical charts and short history articles. Black and white photos. Publisher: Thos. G. Thrum, Honolulu. Contents clean. 199 pages plus 24 page numbered ads front and back. Wonderful early Hawaii item. Protected in Mylar sleeve. Inventory #16-021. Price: $500. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        L'individu et la réforme sociale

      - Félix Alcan, Paris 1898, 16,5x23,5cm, relié. - Prima edizione della traduzione francese di Auguste Dietrich, una delle poche copie, di cui l'Olanda è alcuna menzione. per il quale non è stato redatto grandi giornali. Binding metà marocco marrone con angoli, torna con quattro nervi, le parti del titolo e il nome di verde marocco traduttore oliva e turchese, coda Golden Data marmorizzata piatti di carta, guardie e contreplats di carta fatta a mano, coperte conservati, testa dorato sui testimoni. graffi minuscoli senza gravità Lunghezza del primo piatto. copia rara piacevolmente stabilito. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de la traduction française établie par Auguste Dietrich, un des rares exemplaires sur Hollande dont il est fait nulle mention. pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Reliure en demi maroquin marron à coins, dos à quatre nerfs, pièces de titre et nom du traducteur de maroquin vert olive et turquoise, date dorée en queue, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couvertures conservées, tête dorée sur témoins. Infimes éraflures sans aucune gravité en pied du premier plat. Rare exemplaire agréablement établi.

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        Die Haggadah von Sarajevo. Eine spanisch-jüdische Bilderhandschrift des Mittelalters. Nebst einem Anhange von David Kaufmann.

      Wien, Alfred Hölder 1898. - Text- und Tafelband. 2 Bände. Mit farbigem Frontispiz, 38 Lichtdrucktafeln, 18 (davon 8 farbigen) Textillustrationen; (6) Seiten, 35 Lichtdrucktafeln (davon 2 farbig). 5 Bll., 316 S. OHLdr. 28 x 19,5 cm. Yudlov 2053. - Erste Ausgabe der Haggadah von Sarajevo, eines der bedeutendsten hebräischen Manuskripte des Mittelalters. Mit den Essays zu verschiedenen Aspekten der Haggadah des Kunstwissenschaftlers Julius von Schlosser und David Heinrich Müller, sowie einer Abhandlung über die jüdischen Illustratoren und Illustrationen von David Kaufmann. - Zur Neuausgabe von 1963 schrieb Cecil Roth im Vorwort: "The superb medieval codex known as the Sarajevo Haggadah is certainly the most famous of Hebrew illuminated manuscripts: it is among the most beautiful: it is perhaps the most important. Its recorded history goes back only some seventy years. One day in 1894.a child in Sarajevo came to the Jewish communal infant-school bearing an old Hebrew service book under his arm. His father had recently died leaving the family in straitened circumstances and they needed to realise what was possible from the sale of the volume . it passed to the Bosnian National Museum. The discovery soon attracted the attention of the eminent scholars and art-historians of Vienna. . A . magnifient publication was issued before long, devoted to the description and consideration of this newly-found treasure. This was the product of collaboration between the Jewish liturgical expert Heinrich Muller and the non-Jewish art-historian Julius von Schlosser, their own work being supplemented by a most impoprtant excursus on medieval Jewish illuminated manuscripts generally, by the Budapest scholar-collector David Kaufmann, the only person who had hitherto studied the subject systematically". (Cecil Roth bezieht sich auf die hier vorliegende Ausgabe). - Mit Exlibris des Schweizer Altorientalisten Karl Marti (1855-1925). - Einbandkanten etwas bestoßen, Lederrücken etwas beschabt. Vortitel mit kleinem Namenszug. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Photograph Album Featuring Maiden Voyage, Escorting Kaiser Wilhelm II to the Orient, with Rare Views of Vladivostok in Russia, Hong Kong and Amoy, During the Boxer Rebellion.

      Russia, China, Japan, Turkey, Singapore: 1898-1905 Album of photographs compiled by a German officer who served on SMS Hertha, during her maiden voyage to escort Kaiser Wilhelm II and his royal yacht Hohenzollern II to Constantinople and the Levant, and its subsequent appointments with the East Asia Squadron, featuring a rare photograph of the emperor, early views of Vladivostok, and photographs of China dating to the Boxer Rebellion. Contains 68 gelatin silver print photographs mounted onto brown cardstock leaves, a scant few with manuscript captions to verso visible in upper margins. Two photographs are hand coloured. Oblong 8vo. string-tied album measuring approximately 41,5 x 29,5 cm, brown cloth boards, tissue guards. Photographs vary in size, the smallest measuring approximately 6,5 x 10 cm, and the largest 23 x 17 cm. Wear to boards, mild fading to some images, otherwise in Very Good Condition. SMS Hertha was a protected cruiser of the Victoria Louise class launched in 1897. From the 1890s the German Imperial Navy, supported by Kaiser Wilhelm II, was intent on building a cruiser fleet, some armoured and some unprotected. SMS Hertha was the second in the Victoria-Louise Class. Her inaugural voyage was as the escort vessel to Kaiser Wilhelm II and his royal yacht Hohenzollern II. She subsequently served in the East Asia Squadron, and during the Boxer Rebellion of 1900, along with SMS Hansa, SMS Iltis and SMS Gefion, participated in the bombardment of the Taku Forts. Her sailors then took part in the successful storming of the forts. During the First World War she saw limited active service before being used as a floating barracks. SMS Hertha was scrapped in 1920. Highlights from a momentous voyage to the Far East, of German and Russian interest, are visually recorded with firsthand snapshot views, featuring a rare photograph of German Kaiser Wilhelm II taken onboard his royal yacht Hohenzollern II, equally scarce pre-revolutionary views of Vladivostok in Russia, and scenes in Hong Kong during to the Boxer Rebellion. On July 23, 1898 SMS Hertha was put into service for the first time. On this day, the ship's test drives began. Considerable deficiencies were found in the boiler system, creating over-heating and gas smoke. Despite the obvious shortcomings, the Hertha, together with the Little Cruiser Hela, was assigned to serve as an escort for the Kaiserwaracht Hohenzollern II, which was to bring the imperial couple into the Orient. The Hertha left Kiel on September 18, 1898 and arrived at Venice on the 4th of October. The album begins, as does the service of HMS Hertha, with scenes of the vessel being tested at sea, followed by two exceptionally scarce photographs taken on board SMY Hohenzollern II, the private yacht of William II, showing the German Emperor as he embarks, together with his mother Empress Dowager Victoria, and his wife Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein. Select crew men of the HMS Hertha are also shown on a tour of the engine room of Hohenzollern II. Other views show the ship at sea, taken by an officer of HMS Hertha which was assigned as the emperor's escort. [SMY Hohenzollern II was the Imperial Yacht and aviso from 1893 to July 1914, During this period, Emperor Wilhelm II spent over four years on board. Also contemporary to the voyages of the Hertha seen in this volume, though not illustrated herein, on 24 July 1905, onboard SMY Hohenzollern II, Csar Nicholas II held secret discussions with Wilhelm II which resulted in their signing of the Treaty of Björkö onboard the Csar's vessel. On 18 June 1909, again Wilhelm II received his cousin Nicholas II Czar of Russia, together with his wife Alexandra Feodorovna (Alix of Hesse) Empress of Russia, onboard his royal yacht SMY Hohenzollern II, at Bjorko in Sweden.] From Venice the ships cruised together to Constantinople, Haifa, Jaffa, Port Said and Beirut, where SMS Hertha was released on 11 November from her escort duty. Special ceremonies and an enthusiastic welcome to Wilhelm II and German Empress Augusta Victoria took place upon their arrival at Jerusalem to institute the Jerusalem Commemorative Cross. Wilhelm II and German Empress Augusta Victoria entered Jerusalem on October 29, 1898 through two ceremonial arches, erected for that occasion, one as a gift of the Ottoman Empire and second of the local Jewish community. A rare photograph shows the site, with the German marines of SMS Hertha standing near the arch topped with flags, followed by a select few views from a tour of the area, including the Garden of Gethsemane, and Beirut. [The emperor made a speech at the ceremony of dedication of the church on October 31st, and during his seven-day visit to the Holy Land (October 25-31, 1898) Moreover, the Jerusalem Cross decoration was personally awarded by the Emperor to his entourage on the evening of October 29 after return to the parlor tent from an inspection visit. Wilhelm II, among other things, donated a large sum of money for construction of new complex for Bikur Holim Hospital and laid the cornerstone for Auguste-Viktoria-Hospital on Mount Scopus that would later become hospital, hospice and Ascension church (Himmelfahrtkirche). No longer fit for a long sea voyage, before returning to Germany, SMS Hertha made her way Genoa for repairs to her boiler systems, collapsed chimneys, damaged mooring and boat davits. Upon completion, at the end of March 1899, and significantly modified, SMS Hertha was re-classified as a large cruiser, was appointed for service in the East Asia Squadron in April 1899. Fascinating images included in the album, from China, show indigenous customs as well as interactions with the foreigners only weeks before, and also during, the Boxer Rebellion. These include views of Hong Kong, Amoy [Xiamen], and Tsingtao [Qingdao]. Vessel and crew reached Singapore on the 21st of May, and arrived at the East Asian Station at Tsingtao on June 8th. She replaced a frigate to become temporary flagship of Rear Admiral Ernst Fritze. In the months to follow, the Hertha and other German ships made several journeys to the northern station, and at Xiamen on 6 November, she was made flagship of a new squadron. On 17 February 1900 SMS Hertha came under the command of Vice-Admiral Felix Bendemann, placed his flag on Hertha. German squadron leaders made an initial visit to the Japanese emperor Mutsuhito at the beginning of April, then returned to China on 23 April 1899 to join the remaining squadron in Tsingtao for sea drills. Hertha cruised the Yangtze River to Hankow for a planned visit of Vice-Admiral Bendemann and the German Ambassador in Beijing, Freiherr Clemens von Ketteler, to Chinese imperial court. With the first announcement of serious unrest between Peking and Tientsin on 29 May, the meeting was cancelled. [As part of the East Asia Squadron during the Boxer Rebellion, the ship's crew made a noteworthy contribution in the Battle of the Taku Forts. In June 1900, Hertha, along with Hansa, Gefion, and Irene landed detachments of Seebataillone (marines) to seize the Taku Forts. The Landkorpps of the Hertha alone numbered 4 officers and 120 men under the command of Captain Guido von Usedom, who also commanded the entire German squad. The marines joined detachments sent from warships of several other countries. A total of around 450 German troops were contributed to the multi-national force, which totaled around 2,200 officers and men. During the attack on the Taku forts, Hertha's commanding officer was shot and killed. In addition, the landing of additional troops was necessary in order to break into the Tientsin which was defended by over 800 men. This was accomplished on June 23rd, with the Hertha, a total of 4 under-officers and 69 men being under the command of Captain Lieutenant-Colonel Adolf von Trotha. In September, Hertha carried Alfred von Waldersee to Shanghai, arriving on the 21st, where he took command of the international forces suppressing the rebellion. On 17 August 1900, the Hertha was replaced by Prince Bismarck as a squadron flagship. The Hertha, after returning its land corps, went to several Central China ports and finally had to take General Tang Marshal Alfred von Waldersee to Tanggu, to take command of the German troops in China. During the rest of the year the Hertha was mostly in front of Tanggu, but on October 1st was involved in the lowlands of Shoheikwan and visited Yantai and Tsingtao. After the beginning of October there was no further martial use of the cruiser.] The years 1901-1902 brought further operations along the Chinese coast, as well as two diplomatic voyages to Japan, on one occasion bringing a German delegate to Nagasaki and then Kobe where he would visit the Japanese Emperor. The vessel was for a time in a shipyard at Tsingtau, and also at Yokosuka. Over the course of the two years, the cruiser had been to several ports in the Philippines, Indonesia and Singapore. At the beginning of 1903, Hertha was subjected to an annual overhaul in Nagasaki and then spent four months in Tsingtau. In the second half of the year the ship visited several Russian, Korean and Japanese ports. And, May in 1904, she was in Tientsin, from where the Emperor Prince Adalbert, who was on board, traveled to Beijing to an audience at the Imperial Court. The present album contains uncommon snapshot photographs captured by the marine during these voyages, firstly at Karimun island in Indonesia, then at Singapore, and at Hakodate in Japan. Additionally, there are four (4) photographs taken in Vladivostok, Russia, very scarce and early views taken in 1903 which pre-date both the Russo-Japanese War and the Russian Revolution. These include two harbour views and two street scenes, the latter showing log buildings with wooden sidewalks raised above dirt streets, and guarded by Russian sentries equipped with very long bayonets. An archway bears a Russian sign which may reveal the specific whereabouts to one who can read it. [Owing to territorial hostilities with the Chinese since 1868, an elaborate system of fortifications was erected in and around Vladivostok between the 1870s and 1890s.] Hertha was ordered to return to Germany after five years in East Asia, and left the station on 31 December 1904. On the voyage home, the ship visited Dar es Salam in German East Africa, and again met the Hohenzollern II in the Mediterranean from 5-8 April 1905, only 3 months before Wilhelm II and Nicholas II would devise and sign the The Treaty of Björkö. On 12 May the cruiser was finally taken out of service at Kiel. Another port-of-call was Constantinople [Istanbul], which is shown in lovely seaport views, one of which showcases the Ortaköy Mosque (officially the Büyük Mecidiye Camii) situated on the Bosphorus Strait. Wilhelm II or William II (German: Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albert von Preußen, English: Frederick William Victor Albert of Prussia; 27 January 1859 - 4 June 1941) was the last German Emperor (Kaiser) and King of Prussia, ruling the German Empire and the Kingdom of Prussia from 15 June 1888 to 9 November 1918. He was the eldest grandchild of the British Queen Victoria and related to many monarchs and princes of Europe. Wilhelm and his first wife, Princess Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein (1858-1921), were married on 27 February 1881. SMS Hertha: [Wikipedia] Am 23. Juli 1898 wurde die Hertha erstmals in Dienst gestellt. An diesem Tag begannen die Probefahrten des Schiffes. Dabei wurde die übliche Meilenfahrt von Oskar Messter mit einer von ihm entwickelten Kamera aufgezeichnet. Während der Probefahrten zeigten sich erhebliche Mängel der Kesselanlage. Die eingebauten Wasserrohrkessel vom System Belleville wiesen neben anderen Schwächen eine zu kurze Flammführung zwischen den Rohren auf, wodurch Rauchfänge und Schornsteine aufgrund der noch sehr heißen Rauchgase überhitzten und allmählich in sich zusammensackten. Trotz der offenkundigen Mängel wurde die Hertha gemeinsam mit dem Kleinen Kreuzer Hela als Begleitschiff für die Kaiseryacht Hohenzollern II bestimmt, die das Kaiserpaar in den Orient bringen sollte. Die Hertha verließ am 18. September 1898 Kiel und traf, nachdem in Gibraltar Zwischenstation gemacht worden war, am 4. Oktober in Venedig ein, wo sich bereits die beiden anderen Schiffe aufhielten. Die folgende Rundreise führte nach Konstantinopel, Haifa, Jaffa, Port Said und Beirut, wo die Hertha am 11. November wieder aus dem Verband entlassen wurde. Anschließend lief das Schiff nach Kreta. Bereits wenige Tage später musste die Hertha jedoch Genua anlaufen, um dort überholt zu werden. Die aufgrund der mangelhaften Kesselanlage auftretende ständige Überhitzung der Schornsteine hatte zu einem starken Zusammensacken ebendieser geführt, so dass sie mit Bordmitteln abgestützt werden mussten, eine Heimreise jedoch nicht mehr zu verantworten war. Die in Genua ansässige Ansaldo-Werft wurde damit beauftragt, die Konstruktionsmängel und die entstandenen Schäden zu beheben. In der Nacht vom 26. auf den 27. November erlitt der Kreuzer noch vor dem Eindocken weitere Beschädigungen, als sich während eines Orkans Teile der Vertäuung lösten und das Schiff mit einem Dampfer kollidierte, wobei unter anderem Bootsdavits abgerissen wurden. Die Reparaturen zogen sich schließlich bis Ende März 1899 hin. Dienst im Ostasiengeschwader: Noch während die Hertha in Genua an der Werft lag, erhielt der Kreuzer, inzwischen neu als Großer Kreuzer klassifiziert, den Befehl zur Verlegung nach Ostasien. Das Schiff sollte das dortige Kreuzergeschwader verstärken. Diese Reise konnte am 14. April 1899 angetreten werden. Über mehrere Zwischenhäfen erreichte die Hertha am 21. Mai Singapur und damit das Gebiet der Ostasiatischen Station, am 8. Juni schließlich den neuen Liegehafen Tsingtau. Der Kreuzer löste dort die alte Panzerfregatte Kaiser ab und wurde vorübergehend Flaggschiff des Zweiten Admirals des Geschwaders, Konteradmiral Ernst Fritze. In den folgenden Monaten unternahm die Hertha, zeitweise von weiteren deutschen Schiffen begleitet, einige Reisen durch das nördliche Stationsgebiet und traf schließlich am 4. November in Xiamen ein, wo ein Treffen mit ihrem Schwesterschiff Hansa und dem Geschwaderflaggschiff Deutschland stattfand. Zwei Tage später wechselte der Zweite Admiral auf die Hansa, da die Hertha als neues Geschwaderflaggschiff vorgesehen war. Zuvor ging das Schiff jedoch für drei Monate nach Hongkong an die Werft, während Deutschland mit dem bisherigen Geschwaderchef, Prinz Heinrich von Preußen, die Heimreise antrat. Am 17. Februar 1900 setzte sein Nachfolger, Vizeadmiral Felix Bendemann, seine Flagge auf der Hertha. Das Kreuzergeschwader bestand zu diesem Zeitpunkt neben der Hertha und der Hansa aus der Kaiserin Augusta sowie den Kleinen Kreuzern Gefion und Irene, zusätzlich waren ihm die beiden Kanonenboote Iltis und Jaguar unterstellt. Nachdem der Geschwaderchef Anfang April seinen Antrittsbesuch beim japanischen Kaiser Mutsuhito gemacht hatte, traf sich die Hertha am 23. April mit den übrigen Kreuzern des Geschwaders in Tsingtau, um in den folgenden Tagen Verbandsübungen durchzuführen. Anschließend führten sie Reisen durch das Stationsgebiet durch, wobei die Hertha gemeinsam mit der Gefion den Jangtse bis Hankau befuhr. Anfang Juni sollte der Große Kreuzer vor Tanggu ankern, da Vizeadmiral Bendemann gemeinsam mit dem deutschen Abgesandten in Peking, Freiherr Clemens von Ketteler, einen Besuch am chinesischen Kaiserhof plante. Zu diesem kam es jedoch nicht mehr, da am 29. Mai die ersten Nachrichten von schweren Unruhen zwischen Peking und Tientsin eintrafen. Vorsorglich baten verschiedene Gesandtschaften um die Verstärkung ihrer Schutzwachen und um die Vorbereitung einer etwaigen Evakuierung an die Küste. Freiherr von Ketteler forderte darüber hinaus die Entsendung von Kriegsschiffen nach Tanggu an. Entsprechend traf die Iltis am 31. Mai vorzeitig dort ein und stellte am 4. Juni zwei Offiziere und 30 Mann zum Schutz der deutschen Niederlassung in Tientsin ab. Die anderen Schiffe des Geschwaders, mit Ausnahme der als Wachtschiff in Tsingtau zurückbleibenden Irene, wurden vom Geschwaderchef ebenfalls nach Tanggu beordert, wo die Hertha am 8. Juni eintraf. Die Entwicklung im Pekinger Gesandtschaftsviertel, wohin inzwischen über 3.000 Menschen geflüchtet waren und das sowohl von Boxern als auch von regulären chinesischen Truppen angegriffen wurde, veranlasste den britischen Befehlshaber, Admiral Edward Hobart Seymour, einen Teil der Besatzungen seiner Schiffe einzusetzen, um den bedrohten Gesandtschaften zu Hilfe zu kommen. Seymour bat die Befehlshaber der anderen anwesenden Kriegsschiffe, seinem Beispiel zu folgen. So kam eine insgesamt 2.129 Mann starke internationale Truppe zusammen, an der die deutschen Schiffe mit 20 Offizieren, zwei Ärzten und 487 Mann beteiligt waren. Das Landungskorps der Hertha umfasste vier Offiziere und 120 Mannschaften unter Führung von Kapitän zur See Guido von Usedom, der auch den Befehl über das gesamte deutsche Aufgebot innehatte. Am 10. Juni verließ die Truppe unter dem Befehl von Admiral Seymour Tonggu in Richtung Peking, erreichte ihr Ziel jedoch nicht. Bereits am 12. Juni musste die Unternehmung abgebrochen werden, da die Bahnlinie nach Peking durch die Chinesen gesprengt worden war und auch der Nachschub bedroht wurde. Am 19. Juni schließlich trat der Verband den Rückmarsch an. Während eines Rückzuggefechts erhielt von Usedom den bekannt gewordenen Befehl The Germans to the front!, woraufhin die deutschen Soldaten die vorderste Kampflinie übernahmen. Im Verlauf desselben Gefechts wurde der spätere Befehlshaber der Grand Fleet in der Skagerrakschlacht, John Jellicoe, verwundet und von Usedom nahm dessen Stellung ein. Das Landungskorps der Hertha verlor während des Vorstoßes insgesamt vier Matrosen, drei von ihnen erlagen nach mehreren Tagen ihren erlittenen Verletzungen. Unterdessen organisierte Vizeadmiral Bendemann eine weitere internationale Truppe, die unter dem Befehl des Kommandanten der Hansa, Kapitän zur See Hugo von Pohl stand und mit Unterstützung mehrerer Kanonenboote, darunter die Iltis, am 17. Juni die Taku-Forts einnahm. Dies war nötig, um den Nachschub für die Truppe Seymours zu sichern. Außerdem wurde die Anlandung weiterer Truppen nötig, um in das von insgesamt 859 Mann verteidigte Tientsin durchbrechen zu können. Dies gelang am 23. Juni, wobei von der Hertha insgesamt vier Unteroffiziere und 69 Mannschaften unter dem Befehl von Kapitänleutnant Adolf von Trotha eingesetzt wurden. Die Entsetzungstruppen konnten sich mit der Truppe Admiral Seymours vereinigen und bis zum 18. Juli den letzten Widerstand in Tientsin brechen. An diesem Tag wurden die deutschen Landungsverbände bis auf 300 Mann zurückgezogen und wieder an Bord ihrer Schiffe gebracht. Das Scheitern des Vorstoßes von Admiral Seymour hatte die Entsendung stärkerer britischer, russischer, US-amerikanischer, japanischer, französischer und deutscher Truppen zur Folge. Die deutschen Expeditionstruppen wurden dem Chef des Ostasiengeschwaders unterstellt, zusätzlich die 1. Division des I. Geschwaders, bestehend aus den Schiffen der Brandenburg-Klasse, sowie der neue Panzerkreuzer Fürst Bismarck nach China in Marsch gesetzt. Die deutschen Einheiten erreichten China jedoch viel zu spät, da bereits am 4. August ein ca. 20.000 Mann starker internationaler Verband nach Peking aufbrach und die Stadt am 14. August erreichte. Zu diesem gehörte das 195 Mann starke Landungskorps der Hansa. Aufgrund des für Bendemann überraschenden schnellen Vormarsches nach Peking wurden den internationalen Truppen zusätzlich weitere 200 Mann der Hansa sowie 150 Mann der Hertha unter dem Kommando von Kapitän zur See von Pohl nachgesandt, welche Peking am 18. August und damit mit vier Tagen Verspätung erreichten. Die Landungskorps wurden am 5. September durch aus Deutschland eingetroffene Truppen abgelöst und kehrten auf ihre Schiffe zurück. Am 17. August 1900 wurde die Hertha von der Fürst Bismarck als Geschwaderflaggschiff abgelöst. Der Panzerkreuzer behielt diese Funktion bis 1909. Die Hertha lief nach Rückkehr ihres Landungskorps mehrere mittelchinesische Häfen an und hatte schließlich Generalfeldmarschall Alfred von Waldersee, der fortan den Oberbefehl über die deutschen Truppen in China übernahm, nach Tanggu zu bringen. Kapitän zur See von Usedom wurde aufgrund seiner Erfahrung zum Stabschef von Waldersees, sodass der Erste Offizier, Kapitänleutnant Hecht, bis Ende Oktober das Kommando über den Kreuzer übernahm. Die restliche Zeit des Jahres lag die Hertha zumeist vor Tanggu auf Reede, war jedoch am 1. Oktober an der Niederkämpfung von Küstenforts nahe Schanheikwan beteiligt und besuchte Yantai und Tsingtau. Nach Anfang Oktober erfolgte kein weiterer kriegerischer Einsatz des Kreuzers. Die Hertha hatte im gesamten Einsatz während des Boxeraufstands sieben Tote zu beklagen. Weiterer Einsatz in Ostasien Das Jahr 1901 brachte zunächst in seiner ersten Hälfte weitere Einsätze entlang der chinesischen Küste. Vom 8. bis zum 16. Juni brachte die Hertha Generalfeldmarschall von Waldersee nach Kobe zu einem Besuch des japanischen Kaisers und anschließend nach Nagasaki, von wo aus der Graf die Heimreise antrat. Es folgte eine längere Werftliegezeit in Tsingtau und anschließend eine weitere Japanreise. Vom 21. Oktober 1901 bis zum 19. Februar 1902 wurde der Kreuzer erneut Geschwaderflaggschiff, da die Fürst Bismarck in der Werft lag. Vom 25. März bis zum 5. Mai 1902 wurde die Hertha in Yokosuka einer Grundreparatur unterzogen, um anschließend für längere Zeit in Tsingtau zu verweilen. Nachdem das Schiff erneut japanische Häfen besucht hatte, geriet es am 9. September östlich von Taiwan in einen Taifun, der einen erheblichen Wassereinbruch an Bord verursachte. In der Folgezeit lief der Kreuzer im Rahmen der Repräsentationsaufgaben des Ostasiengeschwaders verschiedene Häfen auf den Philippinen und in Indonesien sowie Singapur an. Anfang 1903 wurde die Hertha in Nagasaki der Jahresüberholung unterzogen und hielt sich anschließend vier Monate in Tsingtau auf. In der zweiten Jahreshälfte besuchte das Schiff mehrere russische, koreanische und japanische Häfen. Im Folgejahr unternahm die Hertha neben dem üblichen Stationsdienst gemeinsam mit der Fürst Bismarck eine Fahrt auf dem Jangtse bis nach Wuhan. Im Mai lag sie in Tientsin, von wo der an Bord dienstleistende Kaisersohn Prinz Adalbert nach Peking zu einer Audienz am Kaiserhof reiste.[6] Im Laufe des Jahres zeigte sich die Notwendigkeit einer Grundüberholung. Zu diesem Zweck wurde die Hertha nach fünf Jahren in Ostasien nach Deutschland zurück befohlen und verließ am 31. Dezember 1904 das Stationsgebiet. Auf der Heimreise besuchte das Schiff unter anderem Daressalam in Deutsch-Ostafrika und traf am 5. April 1905 für drei Tage mit der Hohenzollern II im Mittelmeer zusammen. Am 12. Mai wurde der Kreuzer schließlich in Kiel außer Dienst gestellt..

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        C. 1898 Group of 5 Large-Format Albumen Photographs of the USS Yankee - Portside and Underway

      Muller Marine Photographer, Brooklyn New York 1898 - Group includes 3 images of the ship at dockside, with sailors and crew, harbor equipment, some ladies visiting, a candid look at the crew and visitors, one with a view of the debarkation of a very fancy launch with whom appears to be the recently-elected Mayor Robert Van Wyck (1847-1918) tipping his bowler to a Navy man's salute - we speculate perhaps these taken at the time when the ship was renamed and commissioned at New York on 14 April 1898 under the helm of Commander Willard H. Brownson (Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships); and 2 images of the ship while moving off to sea, one image having a bit of a view of city buildings in the background; one of the docked images with clear lettering of the ship's name across her port beam; with the small stamp of the Muller Marine Photographer 714 Monroe Street Brooklyn on back of one of the mount cards; photographs approx. 8" x 10" image size, with the mounts, 11" x 14"; "Spanish American War" written in a modern hand on back of one; little waviness to cards, some fading of imagery in one; one image with 1" rub-abrasion; some spottiness to cards; images in very good condition overall and a nice look at this United States Navy cruiser-transport which saw much action in the Spanish American War, on fighting cable-cutting escort, on blockade duty, chasing and engaging in battle with runners, dispatch delivery and ammunition & troop transport, a very active ship. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Compendio di Botanica - Con dibujos originales de Ing Humberto Paoli Lucca

      Dalla Tipografia del Cave F. Mariotti, Pisa (Italia) 1898 - Hermosos dibujos a todo color y anotaciones del Ing Humberto Paoli Lucca. Roces y fatigas en el encuadernado. For major safety in your decision of purchase, we send (free of charge) a video demonstration of the conservation status of the book. Pour une plus grande sécurité dans votre décision d'achat, nous envoyons (sur demande et gratuitement) un vidéo de démonstration de l'état de conservation du livre. Para mayor seguridad en su decisión de compra, le enviamos (a solicitud y sin cargo) un video de demostración del estado de conservación del ejemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sonnets from the Portuguese by Elizabeth Barrett Browning; To which is prefaced a 'Little Journey' to the Home of the Author written by Elbert Hubbard

      East Aurora: The Roycroft Shop, 1898. First edition thus. Hardcover. Near Fine. Signed limited edition--# 210 of 480 numbered copies signed by Hubbard. Quarto, white cloth-backed buff boards, gilt title on the white cloth of the front cover, hand-illuminated initial letters in the text, 68 pp., Very Good copy, a bit of age-toning to the covers, covers with minor rubbing or wear along the edges. Book housed in mylar. Signed by Hubbard on the limitation page.

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        SONNETS FROM THE PORTUGUESE, to which is prefaced a "Little Journey" to the home of the author: written by Elbert Hubbard. Limited edition signed by Elbert Hubbard.

      East Aurora, NY: Roycroft Shop, 1898. 68 pages of text. Original hardcover binding of creme cloth spine and gray paper-covered boards. The cloth is lightly to moderately soiled, and the boards are moderately soiled with browning along the front edge. Number 173 of 480 copies printed and signed by Elbert Hubbard. Contains decorated and illuminated initials. Portrait of the author is affixed to the inside front cover, and the previous owner's bookplate is affixed to the front endpaper, creating some waviness. The text is clean and unmarked. First edition.. Signed. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good- condition. Quarto (4to).

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        Sonnets from the Portuguese by Elizabeth Barrett Browning; To which is prefaced a 'Little Journey' to the Home of the Author written by Elbert Hubbard

      The Roycroft Shop, East Aurora 1898 - Signed limited edition--# 210 of 480 numbered copies signed by Hubbard. Quarto, white cloth-backed buff boards, gilt title on the white cloth of the front cover, hand-illuminated initial letters in the text, 68 pp., Very Good copy, a bit of age-toning to the covers, covers with minor rubbing or wear along the edges. Book housed in mylar. Signed by Hubbard on the limitation page. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Ingoldsby Legends; Or Mirth & Marvels

      London: J. M. Dent & Co. Aldine House, 1898. Undetermined. near fine. 1st Edition. 638pp. Octavo. Handsomely rebound in a rich green leather with gold gilt lettering and decorations stamped to the front, back and spine; the decorations correspond to some of the legends. Five decorative raised bands to the spine. All edges gilt. Gold gilt inside dentelles. Hand-sewn headbands. Marble endpapers. 12 full page colour plates and 90 black and white illustrations throughout the text. Previous owner's bookplate to front pastedown. Inner contents clean and binding tight; overall, a beautiful book in near fine condition. near fine An attractive book notable for both Rackham's fantastical illustrations and the detailed binding. A collection of myths and legends by Ingoldsby--the pen name for an English clergyman named Richard Harris Barham--is in actuality quite humorous, with parodies of medieval folklore and poetry wonderfully brought to life by Rackham's illustrations. A lovely and unique copy. 1898

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        Le Théâtre, revue bimensuelle illustrée. Collection complète de 1898 à 1914

      - Manzi, Joyant & Cie, Paris 1898-1914, 27,5x36,5cm, 31 volumes reliés. - Prima edizione delle sedici anni completi. Bound in piena cartone di editore, liscio torna con una grande coda pinnacolo dorato primo piatto a colori illustrato arte nouveau modello, le teste d'oro. Alcune siepi volumi colorati, collezione altrimenti andava bene. Riccamente illustrato in bianco e nero e colore. Ogni numero presenta in copertina, una fotografia colorata di attore o attrice nella moda. Fotografie da Nadar, Felix Boyer, Pierre Sanitas Boissonnas Taponier ...). Mensile pubblicato tra il 1898 e il 1914, il teatro nasce da un'idea di Michele Manzi e ha dato il rapporto delle prove presentate durante il mese a Parigi e all'estero. Per le spedizioni all'estero, grazie per averci contattato. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de ces seize années complètes. Reliure en plein cartonnage de l'éditeur, dos lisse présentant un grand fleuron doré en queue, premier plat illustré en couleurs de motifs art nouveau, têtes dorées. Quelques volumes aux couvertures tachées, sinon bel ensemble. Riche iconographie en noir et blanc et en couleurs. Chaque numéro présente, en couverture, une photographie colorisée d'acteur ou d'actrice à la mode. Photographies de Nadar, Félix, Boyer, Pierre Sanitas, Boissonnas Taponier...). Revue mensuelle parue entre 1898 et 1914, le Théâtre est né de l'idée de Michel Manzi et donnait le compte-rendu des pièces présentées durant le mois à Paris et à l'étranger. Pour un envoi à l'étranger, merci de nous contacter.

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        Le superbe Orénoque

      Hetzel 1898 - - Hetzel, Paris 1898, Grd. in-8 (18,5x28cm), 411pp., relié. - Première édition illustrée. 48 in-texte, 2 grandes gravures en noir et seulement 16 hors-texte polychromes sur les 20 que doit contenir l'ouvrage. Manque la 7e p. 168 ; la 8e p. 174 ; la 18e p. 384 ; la 19e p. 392 (en outre 3 de ces gravures sont annoncées en couleurs ou en tirage sépia et sont en noir dans cet exemplaire. Catalogue AJ in fine. IL n'y a qu'un seul cartonnage au globe doré pour ce titre. Cartonnage d'éditeur "Au globe doré" du 3e type. Plaque supérieure en bon état comportant une zone grattée au dessus des armes et sous le cartouche, des salissures à droite du premier cartouche Jules Verne ; en outre le globe doré vire visiblement au rouge davantage qu'au doré. Coins un peu frottés. Dos assez bien mais légèrement passé, avec coiffes frottées et repliées ; zone grattée dans la viggnette au phare. Second plat portant 3 légères traces de mouillures et de minces salissures. Première gravure couleur détachée. Rousseurs éparses. 2 feuillets légèrement ressortis. Excemplaire un peu gauchi. Rédigé en 1894 et paru pour la première fois en 1898, Le superbe Orénoque est un roman d'aventure mettant en scène une fille à la recherche de son père. Le roman est basé sur les récits de l'explorateur Jean Chaffanjeon qui effectua plusieurs voyages sur l'Orénoque et dans cette région du monde de 1884 à 1886. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First illustrated edition. 48 in-text, 2 large prints in black and only 12 polychrome inset on 20 that should contain the book. Man that the 7th p. 168; 8th p. 174; Cardboard editor "At golden globe" of the 3rd kind 411pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Beautiful Stories About Children.

      John C. Winston Company. Philadelphia (1898) - First Edition or First Thus. Illustrated with four color lithographs. Scarce collection of Dickens' character portrayals retold by His Granddaughter and others. Undoubtedly an attempt by Dickens' descendants or a shrewd publisher to cash in on the famous family name. In any event an uncommon Dickens title especially so in original 19th Century illustrated dustjacket. Based on the fragile thin paper production of this dustjacket, it seems very likely that this is a unique copy. Near Fine, spine ends darkened, few bent page corners, in Very Good clean dustjacket, lower spine end with quarter sized chip, top spine end chipped cm deep, splitting at lower front spine edge. 0.0 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Modes de Paris. Variations du gout et de l'esthetique de la femme, 1797-1897.

      Paris: L. Henry May. 1898. First Edition. Hardcover. Edition limited to 1100 copies, this being #345. Contemporary green three quarter morocco over patterned paper boards, spine with five raised bands and lettered in gold, top edge gilt. With numerous inserted plates with color illustrations and in-text illustrations by Francois Courboin. Light fading to spine panel, mild wear to edges. A nice, near fine copy. In the French language. ; Octavo .

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        History of Sanpete and Emery Counties Utah With sketches of cities, towns and villages, chronology of important events, records of Indian wars, portraits of prominent persons, and biographies of representative citizens

      W.H. Lever, Ogden, UT 1898 - 681pp. Three quarters leather over black cloth boards. Gilt title on spine and front cover. Some minor wear and rubbing to boards, corners bumped else very good. Internally fine. Profusely illustrated with photos throughout. A scarce and early county history, the first county history to be issued in the then newly formed state of Utah. Uncommon in this condition. Frontispiece photo of the Manti Temple. Has chapters on the Southern Utah towns of: Manti, Mt. Pleasant, Ephraim, Fairview, Moroni, Gunnison, Spring City, Fountain Green, Mayfield, Wales, Chester, Payette, Sterling, Milburn, Indianola, Castle Dale, Cleveland, Desert Lake, Emery, Ferron, Green River, Huntington, Lawrence, Molen, Orangeville and Woodside. Flake/Draper #4042. Howes L303 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Alte Evangelische Kirche.

      - Aquarell v. Otto Westphal, 1898, 29,5 x 22,5 Thieme-Becker, Bd. XXXV, S. 456f. - Otto Westphal (* 1878 in Leipzig) war Graphiker u. Kunstgewerbler in Dresden. Er studierte u.a. an der Höh. Fachschule für Textilindustrie in Krefeld.

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        Mammy's Reminiscences and Other Sketches

      A.S. Barnes and Company, New York 1898 - 1898 1st edition, IN THE VERY UNCOMMON ORIGINAL DUSTJACKET. VG in its red cloth--with light staining at the foot of the panels-- and in a bright, VG- pictorial dustjacket, with chipping at the spine ends and panel tips (representing about 10-15% loss to the overall jacket). Still though, very presentable and, as an example of a 19th century dustjacket, very elusive. Light offsettting at the front and rear free endpapers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE - THE CLIMAX PATENT GEARED LOCOMOTIVES

      Corry, PA: Climax Manufacturing Company [no date, about 1898] Western Union code word, "Climaxloco." This is an original catalogue, not a facsimile reprint. 48 pages with full page locomotive and equipment illustrations with data on the facing page, photographs of the locomotives in use on various railroads, estimates of track costs, description of the locomotive and other information. Bound in original gray stiff paper covers with lettering embossed in gilt and white over a black background. A handsome near fine copy.. First Edition. Oblong softcover.

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        Black Beauty- His Grooms and Companions-

      Boston, Lothrop Publishing Company, 1898-1890 Black Beauty is an 1877 novel by English author Anna Sewell. It was composed in the last years of her life, during which she remained in her house as an invalid. The novel became an immediate best-seller, with Sewell dying just five months after its publication, but having lived long enough to see her only novel become a success. With fifty million copies sold, Black Beauty is one of the best-selling books of all time. While forthrightly teaching animal welfare, it also teaches how to treat people with kindness, sympathy, and respect. Throughout, Sewell rails - in a gentle, 19th-century way - against animal maltreatment. Young readers will follow Black Beauty's fortunes, good and bad, with gentle masters as well as cruel. Children can easily make the leap from horse-human relationships to human-human relationships, and begin to understand how their own consideration of others may be a benefit to all.Green clot, embossed with horse and rider on front, horse is black, female rider in gold, gold lettering for title and writing on spine. this is a top rate copy, colors are bright, no fading,no marking, solid, no bumped corners. Very slight foxing to free end papers text is bright and clear. Neatly written on front, free end pape, Rena F Hoyt. Jan. 14, 1898. Has all the criteria for the american Humane Society Edition, instructions on how to humanly euthanize animal humanly, and 15 pages at the end of book to eplain and encourage people to join and participate in this newly formed organization to protect animals.

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