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        Harvard Lyrics and Other Verses

      Boston: Brown and Company 144 Purchase Street, 1899. First edition. Frontispiece. x, 13-153 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Crimson gilt stamped cloth, t.e.g. In custom cloth dust jacket. laid into cloth chemise and slipcase. With the first appearance of Wallace Stevens at page 28, "Vita Mea" which first appeared in the Harvard Advocate and here is its first and only book appearance.

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        The Development of Cyprus, and Rambles in the Island

      London: Percy Lund, Humphries & Co., Ltd.,, [1899]. Octavo. Original purple cloth, silver lettered spine and front cover. 3 colour plates, 16 plates from photographs, 5 maps and plans. Spine sunned, a little foxing in places. A very good copy. First edition of this very scarce work on Cyprus; Copac lists only 8 copies in British and Irish institutional libraries (Cambridge, National Library of Scotland, Trinity College Dublin, Oxford, Bodleian, Bristol, National Library of Wales, not in the British Library). The author, formerly a colonel in the Royal West Kent regiment, discusses the island's current political and financial position, its military and naval standing, scenery, and describes a personal tour from Troodos to Kyrenia and Famagusta.

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        Oliver Cromwell

      Goupil & Co., Paris 1899 - Large 4to. Pp v, 216. Hand coloured frontis portrait. Plates. Full morocco, by Zaehnsdorf. Extremities rubbed, spine faded. No.846/1475 copies printed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Leakey's Bookshop Ltd.]
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        The Weavers [Die Weber; De Waber]; Together with a Program for the Play [Each Signed / Unterzeichnet]: Clare Booth Luce's copy, Signed by her

      William Heinemann, 1899, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, First editionA Very Good copy of the first UK edition, first printing, being the first printing in English (spine ends and board corners very lightly rubbed, leading bottom corners gently bumped, damage to the front pastedown's lower right corner due to removal of something once attached there, some offsetting to the rear pastedown and opposing endpaper face -- lacking the extremely scarce dust jacket), SIGNED BY GERHARD HAUPTMANN on the title page; TOGETHER WITH an ORIGINAL PROGRAM FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF "THE WEAVERS" At NEW YORK CITY'S GARDEN THEATRE for the Play's run there beginning on December 14, 1915 and continuing for 87 performances -- ending in February 1916, SIGNED BY GERHART HAUPTMANN to the front page's bottom margin (being in Very Good condition with some age toning as well as with some splitting at the top and bottom of the spine crease). Emanuel Reicher both directed the Play and took the role of Old Ansorge in it. German dramatist and Novelist Gerhart Hauptmann won the 1912 Nobel Prize in Literature "primarily in recognition of his fruitful, varied and outstanding production in the realm of dramatic art". In presenting the Award to Gerhart Hauptmann, Hans Hildebrand, then the Acting Secretary of the Swedish Academy, gave particular praise the "The Weavers", noting it as being the work in which Hauptmann first (at age 30) displayed his mature powers. "The Weavers", first published in Germany (1892), deals with a group of Silesian weavers who, during the 1840s, staged an uprising because of their concerns about the Industrial Revolution. (The Play provided the basis for the 1927 silent film of the same name directed by Frederic Zelnik and starring Paul Wegener.) Of The Weavers, noted Theatre Critic stated that, "as one of Gerhart Hauptmann's experiments in dramatic form, The Weavers is highly significant. Instead of a hero, he has created a mob; this mob is therefore the protagonist-or chief character-and if individuals emerge from the rank and file they are not thrust into the foreground to stay long. It is the weavers as a class that are ever before us, and the unity of the play is in them and in them alone; they are only parts of a larger picture which will take shape as the story advances, and are not intended to be taken as important individuals." Having a notable Provenance, this copy belonged to editor, playwright, journalist, ambassador, socialite, and U.S. Congresswoman (representing Connecticut) Clare Boothe Luce and carries her elegant possession signature to the front free endpaper.Copies of this important Hauptmann work are not at all common, signed copies in any edition or printing are more uncommon still, and copies signed by Gerhart Hauptmann, especially when in English translation, are as scarce as hen's teeth. A Very Good copy of one of Gerhart Hauptmann's most important works, having an excellent Provenance and having been SIGNED BY THE PRIOR OWNER, CLARE BOOTHE LUCE and, most notably, SIGNED BY GERHART HAUPTMANN, TOGETHER WITH AN ORIGINAL PROGRAM FOR FIRST AMERICAN RUN OF THE PLAY, ALSO SIGNED BY GERHART HAUPTMANN. EXCEEDINGLY SCARCE TO RARE.

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        War is Kind

      Frederick A. Stokes, New York 1899 - Widely acknowledged as a masterpiece of Art Nouveau book design and a key Will Bradley work. The title poem remains Crane's most searing indictment of war, condensing the spirit of The Red Badge of Courage into a work of 32 lines. Octavo. Original illustrated boards; 94pp. Drawings by Will Bradley. Hint of toning to spine; trivial erosion to crown; printed bookplate; still a Near Fine copy of this notoriously fragile book; scarce thus. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Sport im Bild mit Beiblatt Sport im Wort. Illustrierte Zeitschrift für alle Sportzweige. V. Jahrgang, No. 27 - 52 ( recte No. 26 - 52 ) 1899. Mit den Beilagen " Sport im Wort " No. 13 - 39 des Jahres 1899.

      Verlag von Sport im Bild; Pitcairn-Knowles; Simon&Co, Berlin 1899 - Aufgebundene zweite Häfte des Jahrganges 1899 der Zeitschrift " Sport im Bild " sowie " Sport im Wort ". Vorhanden sind die Nummern Sport im Bild 26 - 52 mit den Seiten 305 - 520, sowie Sport im Wort mit den Nummern 13 - 39 und den Seiten 97 - 314. Mit zusammen hunderten von Abbildungen und Illustrationen. Untergliedert in die Bereiche: Athletische Sports - Automobilismus - Billard - Brieftaubensport - Cricket - Fahrsport - Feuilleton - Fussball - Jagd und Zwinger - Lawn-Tennis - Litteratur - Polo - Radfahren - Rennsport - Rudern - Schwimmsport - Segeln - Sport und Industrie - Taubenschiessen - Unsere Bilder - Vermischtes ( wobei das Schwergewicht auf Automobilismus, Radfahren, Rennsport, Rudern, Segeln liegt ). Halbleder der Zeit, Folio ( 37,5 x 28 cm ). In den Nummern " Sport im Wort " finden sich darüberhinaus Artikel und Abbildungen zu: Eissport - Fahrsport - Fechten - Golf - Hockey - Olympische Spiele u.a.m. ( hier liegt ein Schwergewicht auch auf dem Lawn-Tennis ). Vorgebunden 2 Blätter mit Inhalts und Illustrationsverzeichnis. Einband stärker berieben, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen. Bindung gelockert. Erste Seite " Sport im Bild " mit größerem Einriß, sonst die Seiten meist recht gut erhalten ( mit gelegentlichen Randläsionen ). Zeitbedingt ist das Papier gebräunt. ( Gewicht 2700 Gramm ) - sehr selten - ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Importance of Being Earnest: A Trivial Comedy for Serious People

      Leonard Smithers and Co 1899 - London: Leonard Smithers and Co, 1899. First edition, limited to 1000 copies, this numbered 340. Hardcover in pale lavender boards with gilt tooled leaf designs. 152 pp. Very good, no jacket, as issued. Spine lightly sunned with bumping to the spine ends, top board edge, and board corners. Light soil. Prior owner's tasteful bookplate on the front pastedown and her small, neat, catalog entry on the top of the title page, near the spine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Indian pictures;: Facsimiles of paintings in water-colour and engravings of drawings in black-and-white

      Frederick A. Stokes Co 1899 - B00085KAP2 Folio, six beautiful color plates, some rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, few small stains to covers, two colored lines on red cloth binding of rear cover near spine, one black, one light blue-ish white, scrape marks of some kind perhaps? Front hinge cracked and repaired with binder's tape along seam of FFEP and 2nd page, previous owner's bookplate inside front cover. Association Copy: Augustus Peabody Loring II (1915-1986), son of Augustus Peabody Loring, whose papers and notes from 1896-1926 are housed Harvard Library's Special Collections. ~Good. No DJ. Hardcover. Light to moderate shelf wear to boards; satisfaction guaranteed. Book is oversized and/or heavy, priority or international orders will require additional shipping funds. Insurance provided free of charge.

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        "Beyond Petsora Eastward" Two Summer Voyages to Novaya Zemlya and the Islands of Barents Sea. With Appendices on the Botany and Geology by Colonel H. W. Feilden.

      London, R. H. Porter, 1899. Stor 8vo. XIV + 335 s. Frontispiece i farger. Billedplansjer. 2 foldede karter. Orig. dekorert helsjirtingbd. Topp gullsnitt. Litt brunplettet. 2 plansjer løse

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        From Sunset Ridge: Poems Old and New

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1899. Early reprint. Octavo. Original cloth and papercovered boards lettered in gilt, top edge gilt. Penciled owner's name, one page a little roughly opened, a near fine copy. Signed by the author with a verse sentiment: "Souls may meet / On printed sheet / That the wise had not gained. / Who loves my verses must love me, / In them are my life-thoughts coined. Julia Ward Howe. Oct. 8th, 1901." .

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        Cyrano de Bergerac, drame en cinq actes, illustré par MM. Besnard, Flameng, Albert Laurens, Léandre, Adrien Moreau, Thévenot, gravé par Romagnol

      Paris: Armand Magnier, 1899. Livre. Illus. by Besnard, Flameng, Albert Laurens, Léandre, Adrien Moreau, Thévenot. Très bon. Reliure signée. Signé par l'illustrateur. 1e édition illustrée. In-4. Paris, Armand Magnier, 1899. 30 x 21,5 cm (R), in-4, 299 pp. - 5 planches hors texte, vignette de titre, portrait de l'auteur rehaussé de rouge et 47 gravures dans le texte, reliure de l'époque de demi-maroquin rouge à coins, dos à quatre nerfs repoussés orné portant en son centre un couvre-chef mosaïqué en deux tons posé sur deux épées croisées à froid, tête dorée, non rogné, couverture illustrée en deux tons conservée (reliure signée P. Affolter). Première édition illustrée, parue un an après l'originale. Tirage total à 500 exemplaires. Celui-ci, nominatif (M. Hérenger), sur CHINE FORT, comportant, comme les 40 premiers exemplaires sur Japon vieux, 4 états des bois : 1 état avant la retouche tiré à la presse à bras sur papier de l'ouvrage, 1 état sur Japon pelure tiré à la main par le graveur, 1 état avant la lettre et l'état avec la lettre. Les 56 (le portrait est en deux états) planches sur Japon pelure sont reliées au fil du volume et sont toutes signées à la mine de plomb par le graveur, qui a également agrémenté l'exemplaire d'un discret ex-dono au centre de la cartouche de l'acte I ("à l'ami et amateur, en souvenir de sa causette, le graveur Romagnol offre..."). Les deux autres suites sont reliées in-fine. L'exemplaire est par ailleurs enrichi des cinq planches d'essais en couleurs refusées, également placées au fil du volume, mais il manque une planche à la dernière des suites. François Thévenot a composé la couverture et le portrait et Besnard, Flameng, Charles Léandre, Albert Laurens et Adrien Moreau ont chacun illustré un acte. Carteret - qui critique (à notre humble avis) injustement cette édition au motif qu'elle est illustrée par différents artistes - cite 5 exemplaires non justifiés sur Chine de format in-4 comportant chacun les dessins originaux d'un artiste pour un acte. Notre exemplaire (dont les signatures sont celles d'un in-4 et non d'un grand in-8) pourrait être un exemplaire similaire, mais réservé au graveur, celui-ci ayant signé chacun de ses 56 tirages. Exemplaire agréablement établi par Paul Affolter. Quelques rousseurs éparses, surtout aux tranches, manque une planche (celle du début de l'acte I) à la suite avant la lettre. (MONOD, 9945 ; CARTERET, IV, 349 : "intéressante publication recherchée").

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        Manuscript Diary of an alcoholic "Bath Man" employed at the Clifton Springs Sanitarium

      Clifton Springs (Ontario County, NY), 1899. Original cloth wallet-binding "Excelsior Diary," with folding flap (somewhat spotted but perfectly sound). IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. Tall narrow octavo (7" x 3 1/4") containing 79 handwritten entries. ADDED: an 1892 Clifton Springs Sanitarium Receipt, and a 1895 D.R. Sillesky & Co. Shirt Manufacturers receipt (Lockport New York). Unique 19th-century diary from a the Clifton Springs Sanitarium, in upstate New York, written by a 29 year-old employee who was struggling with alcoholism. For a detailed history of the Clifton Springs Sanitarium Company and the Clifton Springs Water Cure, see: "Bath Treatments at 'The Clifton Springs Sanitarium Company'" by Jim Conners. This is the manuscript diary / journal of William A. Lewis, of Ontario County, New York, born July 12, 1869. Lewis was a Balneator or "Bath Man" at the Clifton Springs Sanitarium; his duties including administering various kinds of therapeutic baths and rubs. Lewis also worked in the "Turkish Bath Room" at the Clifton Springs Sanitarium Company. The Sanitarium used the sulfur water for medical treatment baths. In 1914 the name was changed to the Clifton Springs Sanitarium & Clinic; in 1959 the name became the Clifton Springs Hospital & Clinic and is still in use today. Lewis' diary entries provide information on the number of Turkish Baths he administers, as well as activities away from his job, such as going to the lodge, drinking and "getting full", a suicide, etc. Here are some quotes / excerpts from the diary: "Terrible Snows & Cold wave all over W.S., gave 16 T. Baths. I had a terrible time at 5:30 pm, could not breathe. Dr Lichty visited me twice in an hour. Went to bed with George at 9 pm. Geo. E. Barry took good care of me and did my night work ... Gave 4 turkish baths. I went to show in town hall tonight. 2 years ago this a.m. at 6:20 Pa died... I gave 6 turkish baths. John and I drew potatoes. We put 36 bu. in a pit. Went to Phelps to Lodge. 2nd degree worked. Republicans carried the election in NY State outside of N.Y. city. Went to bed at 11 pm full... Bot (sic) 2 qts of Tom Moore $3.00. Went home 9:30 pm half full... I got pretty full this pm. Staid (sic) in Turkish Room tonight... I gave 8 turkish baths. Went to bed at 3 pm, felt terrible bad and ashamed of myself all day... I went to church this a.m. and to Temperance meeting tonight. I was good all day... I delivered shirts for D.R. Stillesky & Co tonight. Went to Phelps at 6:30 pm and back at 7:30 pm. I got pretty drunk at 9:30. G.M. and E.D. walked home with me at 11 pm... I was drunk all day. Staid at home all the pm, did not go to church, got full again tonight... John and I sawed wood all day, staid at home and kept sober. We were all home to supper except Sue and Minnie. We are all well. I gave during the month of November 152 Turkish Baths and 130 night treatments... John and I drew cider from large barrel to small by siphone. I attended church twice today, did not drink anything... Saw Sada Spaidal at 8:30 pm, talked with her from 9 to 9:30 pm. Not much sign of love from her... I went to church this a.m. and temperance meeting at 7 p.m. - I got pretty full tonight. Ma and I had a quarrel this p.m... I got off from train at 12:45 a.m. from Rochester and did not know anything. Cops Surrney and Monks took me home. I felt terrible bad all day, hurt my face by falling... Gave Dr [Henry] Foster a bath this p.m. Heard lots of talk about myself last night being full... Thomas Donovan committed suicide at C[lifton] S[prings] House this p.m..." Some of the names Lewis mentions in the diary are: Dr Foster ~ M.E. Connolly ~ A.E. Kellogg ~ J.A. Lichty ~ Frank Van Dyne ~ Geo Muskett ~ and others. Some of the places he mentions in the diary are: Shortsville ~ Rochester ~ Clifton ~ Canandaigua ~ Newark ~ Phelps ~ and others. IN VERY GOOD CONDITION, suitable for research and exhibition.

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        Hunting Expeditions of Oliver Hazard Perry of Cleveland. Verbatim from his Diaries. Embellished with Tailpieces engraved about 1800 by Dr. Alexander Anderson and Others and Printed from the Original Wood

      Cleveland, [Ohio]: For Private Distribution [at the Marion Press, Jamaica, New York], 1899. First edition. Number 32 of 100 copies. Frontispiece portrait, with two additional plates. viii, 246, [2] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original sage green cloth, spine titled in gilt, with gilt vignette of an elk on boards, edges untrimmed. Fine, some shelf wear, but very good, at least. Bookplates of Walter Rutherford Peterson and John M. Schiff. Peterson Schiff Copy Record of hunting trips in Ohio and Michigan during the years 1836 to 1855, hunting deer and elk. Perry was killed in a railway accident in 1864. Readable, interesting, and beautifully produced. The Marion Press had acquired many of the original Anderson blocks when they were sold in 1897.

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        Autograph Letter, signed (with butterfly monogram) to his publisher William Heineman, discussing issues surrounding the publication of EDEN VS WHISTLER: THE BARONET & THE BUTTERFLY

      [Paris] 110 rue du Bac, 1899. 4 pp on two adjoining black-bordered sheets. 1 vols. 5-3/4 x 4 inches. Partial separation along hinge, uniform mild toning to pages, and a central vertical fold, otherwise fine condition. A fine letter to his publisher William Heinemann on the eve of publication of THE BARONET & THE BUTTERFLY, which documented the years iof legal wrangling between Whistler and Sir William Eden. Heinemann had been, and was continuing to be, a constant supporter of Whistler in his conflict with Eden, and had originally been the publisher of choice, as he had been of THE GENTLE ART OF MAKING ENEMIES. But shortly before publication, Heinemann offended Whistler by sending for promotional purposes the preliminary matter (all by Whistler) to an American critic without Whistler's permission. Whistler reacted by transferring the publishing rights to Louis-Henry May (referred to in the letter). "Well then thats all right - I have had a letter from Webb* to the same effect - advising me to let it alone - "Also I had myself been thinking that perhaps one ought to ignore utterly the doings of the "ruffiani" of the streets - "'So' as you say - "But now, my dear Heinemann, do let me hear what are you doing - or what is to be done? - and in short all that I have been asking! "Another question unanswered - How many copies, Edition de Luxe is May** to give me? - "Get a copy of the Catalogue of the 'International Exhibition***' - latest edition, and see my quotations under the pictures! - "I thought Pawling**** was coming over here - "The butterflies***** have come - "Of course the Baronet must have given up all hope of prosecution - "Now let Pawling send for Thomson****** and show him the letter - or tell him yourself - Or wait still if you think wiser - there is always time of course - "I daresay Thomson may have known something of the notice of the book in the 'Globe'. - "Well! Well! - I was so sure of your management of the Pall Mall! ! - "I shall be delighted to see you both here again - "Always [butterfly signature] *George and William Webb were Whistler's solicitors. **Louis-Henry May, Parisian printer ***2nd Exhibition, Pictures, Drawings, Prints and Sculptures, International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, London, 1899 ****Sidney Southgate Pawling (d. 1922), a business partner of the publisher W. H. Heinemann. *****Proofs of his designs for the book ******David Croal Thomson, art dealer and admirer of Whistler; in the 90's he became Whistler's principal dealer.

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        The Second Afghan War 1878-79-80

      London: Archibald Constable & Co,, 1899?-1910. Its Causes, its Conduct and its Consequences. 3 volumes, octavo. Original red cloth skilfully repaired, gilt lettered spines, black endpapers. 12 folding maps. Cloth a little rubbed, spines slightly discoloured by the removal of labels, spines relined, hinges tightened, a "fettled" set, but nonetheless very good. First edition of this scarce and valuable work by Henry Bathurst Hanna (1839-1914) colonel in the Punjab Frontier Force, and still to this day the prime source of information on that war. Presentation set from the author's widow to Morley College (London), with their library labels in each volume (dated April 1923).

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        The River War

      London: Longmans, Green, and Co.,, 1899. An Historical Account of the Reconquest of the Soudan... Edited by Col. F. Rhodes. Illustrated by Angus McNeill, Seaforth Highlanders. 2 volumes, octavo. Original dark blue cloth, gilt titles and pictorial decoration to spines and front covers, black-coated endpapers; housed in a grey cloth slip-case. Portrait frontispiece in each volume, 4 plates and 11 folding maps in volume 1, 2 plates, 9 folding maps and three non-folding maps in volume 2, numerous illustrations, maps and plans in the text. Library label of Van Bergen on front pastedowns. A little wear to extremities of bindings. A very good set. First edition, first impression, second state, of Churchill's second book, preceded only by The Story of the Malakand Field Force (1898). It includes, of course, his account of the charge of the 21st Lancers, to whom he was attached, at Omdurman on 2 September 1898, described by the Dictionary of National Biography as "that last cavalry charge of the dying century". DNB also considers The River War a "superb" history; whilst Churchill himself more graphically called it "a tale of blood and war".

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        The Wife of His Youth and other stories of the color line

      HOUGHTON MIFFLIN AND CO, NEW YORK 1899 - The Wife of His Youth and other stories of the color line Tight and Bright, slight soiling to bottom of spine, much of book quoted text written phonetically in the southern slang dealing with race relations during the early 1900's america DATE PUBLISHED: 1899 EDITION: 323 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MR. JACK HAMLIN'S MEDIATION

      1899. HARTE, Bret. MR. JACK HAMLIN'S MEDIATION AND OTHER STORIES. London: C. Arthur Pearson, 1899. 8vo., decorative brown cloth. First English Edition. Signed presentation from Harte on front endpaper: "To Madame Van de Velde, from her friend, Bret Harte. November, 1899." Very Good (bright, but hinges cracked and subsequently strengthened, small profession mend front endpaper). Both the front and rear endpapers are of very poor quality paper. $750.00.

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        L'ILLUSTRATION, JOURNAL UNIVERSEL. Periodico illustrato - 11 VOLUMI ANNI 900

      Jacques-Julien Dubochet 1899-1904-1905-1906-1907-1910-1918-1919 Periodico settimanale illustrato '800 11 volumi ANNATE: 1899 - volume da gennaio a giugno 1904 - due volumi completi 1905 - volume da gennaio a giugno 1906 - volume da luglio a dicembre 1907 - volume da luglio a dicembre 1910 - volume da luglio a dicembre 1918 - due volume completi 1919 - due volumi completi rilegatura cartonata ogni ulteriore informazione sui volumi su richiesta - prezzo di spedizione da concordare col corriere

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        The Second Jungle Book

      New York: Century, 1899. Later printing. With decorations by J. Lockwood Kipling. 324 pp. Printed by the DeVinne Press. 1 vols. 8vo. Publisher's green cloth, stamped in black with elephant on front cover and lion on rear cover. Near fine. Inscribed to Frank Doubleday's Son, With a Poem Inscribed on the title-page from Kipling to Felix Doty, the son of his close friend and American publisher, Frank N. Doubleday, "Jack Doty, from the Author: Mar 28: 99: Rudyard Kipling." With a holograph four-line quotation on the facing page from the "Law of the Jungle," "Wash daily from nose tip to tail tip - / drink deeply but never too deep. / And remember the night is for hunting & / forget not the day is for sleep, / R.K."Frank N. Doubleday, or "Effendi" - the nickname given him by Kipling, founded Doubleday & McClure Company in 1897, partly on the author's advice. Kipling was close to his American publisher and his family - it was Frank Doubleday's son Nelson who asked Kipling to write a book of animal stories, published as Just So Stories in 1902. The "Jack" Doty of this inscription is undoubtedly Felix Doty (1887-1941), a Louisiana boy adopted by Doubleday.

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        South London [Fore-edge painting]

      London Chatton & Windus 1899. VG : in very good condition. Slight rubbing to cover. Scattered browning Reprint Gold-decorated morocco by Fazakerley, Liverpool 140mm x 220mm (6" x 9"). 332pp. Fore-edge painting - view of Greenwich Palace. Etching by Francis S. Walker and 119 illustrations.

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        A Summer in High Asia. Being a Record of Sport and Travel in Baltistan and Ladakh. [At head of title:] The Big Game of Baltistan and Ladakh

      London: W. Thacker & Co, 1899. First edition. Illustrated; folding map. Pp. xii, 1-285, [286], [2, blank] + 24 [catalogue]. 1 vols. 8vo. Tan cloth stamped in black and green, upper board with gilt pictorial vignette, snakeskin textured endsheets. Bookplates. Fine. A Beautiful Copy "An excellent work of high mountain sport" (Czech). A superior copy in choice condition.

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        The Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen

      London: George Newnes, 1899 ORIGINAL 14 PARTSFirst edition in the original 14 parts. 11" x 8 1/2", circa 400 b/w illustrations by Lemercier and Helen Stratton (who gets sole credit on the title page). Original stitched green pictorial wrappers. Part 14 with half title, title page, contents and list of illustrations, 320 pages. No dust jacket. Very good (minor rubbing; signs of handling and some light foxing). Scarce.Printed by Butler & Tanner, The Selwood Printing Works.Some illustrations in first two parts are signed "Lemercier" in the plate.

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        Famous Castles and Temples of Japan

      1899. OGAWA, Kazuma. Famous Castles and Temples of Japan. Title-page, contents leaf, and 35 hand-coloured colotypes. Oblong folio, 353 x 270 mm, bound in original publisher's silk over boards. Yokohama: Kelly and Walsh, [ca. 1899]. One of the most attractive of the many collotype albums issued by Ogawa at the end of the nineteenth century. Ogawa Kazuma (1860-1929), one of the most celebrated early Japanese photographers and a founder of the first Japan Photographic Society, was introduced to photography in 1873 while at missionary school in Tokyo. He spent three years in the United States learning portrait photography; thus he is considered the first Japanese photographer to study abroad. "In 1894 he began copperplate printing, which enabled the simultaneous printing of type and photographs for the first time" (History of Japanese Photography, p. 356). As the preface states, other photographs in these volumes were supplied by the Englishman William Kinimond Burton (1853-1899) and Kajima Seibei (1866-1924); both of these men were instrumental in the development of photography as a commercial art form in Japan. Inscribed and dated 1899 on the front free endpaper. Very rare with OCLC listing only 5 copies worldwide.

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        THE EMBASSY OF SIR THOMAS ROE TO THE COURT OF THE GREAT MOGUL 1615-1619 As Narrated in his Journal and Correspondence

      London, Printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1899.. HAKLUYT SOCIETY, second series, first printing 1899, 2 Volumes, edited by William Foster from contemporary records. 8vo, approximately 230 x 145 mm, 9 x 5¾ inches, 2 frontispieces, 5 plates, 1 folding, and 2 folding maps, pages: lxviii, 1-271, viii, 273-586, plus 20 page catalogue and list of members, original publisher's light blue cloth, gilt lettering to spines and gilt ship to upper covers, yellow coated endpapers. Slight wear to head and tail of spines, spines faded, slight shelf wear, corners slightly worn and bumped, tissue guards to frontispieces foxed, pale foxing to title page of Volume 2, occasional light foxing to margin edges, otherwise a good tight set with no loose pages. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Second Jungle Book

      New York: Century, 1899. Later printing. With decorations by J. Lockwood Kipling. 324 pp. Printed by the DeVinne Press. 1 vols. 8vo. Publisher's green cloth, stamped in black with elephant on front cover and lion on rear cover. Near fine. Later printing. With decorations by J. Lockwood Kipling. 324 pp. Printed by the DeVinne Press. 1 vols. 8vo. Inscribed to Frank Doubleday's Son, With a Poem. Inscribed on the title-page from Kipling to Felix Doty, the son of his close friend and American publisher, Frank N. Doubleday, "Jack Doty, from the Author: Mar 28: 99: Rudyard Kipling." With a holograph four-line quotation on the facing page from the "Law of the Jungle," "Wash daily from nose tip to tail tip - / drink deeply but never too deep. / And remember the night is for hunting & / forget not the day is for sleep, / R.K." Frank N. Doubleday, or "Effendi" - the nickname given him by Kipling, founded Doubleday & McClure Company in 1897, partly on the author's advice. Kipling was close to his American publisher and his family - it was Frank Doubleday's son Nelson who asked Kipling to write a book of animal stories, published as Just So Stories in 1902. The "Jack" Doty of this inscription is undoubtedly Felix Doty (1887-1941), a Louisiana boy adopted by Doubleday.

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        The Importance of Being Ernest. A Trivial Comedy for Serious People by the Author of Lady Windermere's Fan

      London: Leonard Smithers, 1899. First edition, trade issue. One of 1000 copies (this copy not numbered). 1 vols. Small 4vo. Mauve cloth, decorated in gilt. Cloth somewhat soiled and smudged, spine a bit dulled, text block very slightly toned, and spine tips slightly rubbed, but a good, solid copy. First edition, trade issue. One of 1000 copies (this copy not numbered). 1 vols. Small 4vo. Very good copy of Wilde's most popular and enduring work, and one of the crown jewels of the English theater.

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        Treasure Island

      UK: Cassell & Company. London, Cassell, 1899. Hardback. New Illustrated Edition. Near fine copy with a little rubbing and bumping, some pulling to the creases and a little marginal foxing. A nice copy overall. Owner's bookplate to front pastedown. . Near Fine. Hardback. Later Edition. 1899.

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        Dot and the Kangaroo

      London: Thomas Burleigh, 1899. Quarto, frontispiece portrait, 19 plates; some foxing, original cloth, stain on upper board, recased with inner hinges reinforced, endpapers embrowned, rear patterned endpaper with signs of tape removal, head and tail of spine restored, a very good copy withal. The very rare first edition of this Australian children's classic.The story of Dot, the little girl lost in the Australian bush, who is helped by a kindly grey kangaroo, has become 'a fundamental text of Australian children's literature' (People, Print and Paper). It has rarely been out of print over the past century, appearing in innumerable editions, with illustrations by a variety of artists.The author, Ethel Pedley, was an English-born music teacher, and committed conservationist, who lived in Sydney for many years. She died at the home of her friend Emmeline Woolley in Darlinghurst in 1898, and was buried at Waverley Cemetery. Before she died she had made arrangements for Bulletin artist Frank Mahony to illustrate the book. His depictions of the bush certainly do give an authentically Australian air to the publication, which although published in London was 'entirely produced in Australia'.

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        An Ideal Husband

      UK: Leonard Smithers. London, Leonard Smithers, 1899. Limited edition being one of 1000 copies. Very good condition with some fading to the spine and a little bumping. Gabrielle Enthoven's copy with her signature and her bookplate designed by Gordon Craig. Underlined on a number of pages by Enthoven. Enthoven was a well-known patron of the arts. . Very Good. Hardback. Limited Edition. 1899.

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        IN MEMORIAM

      London: Macmillan and Co. Ltd. 1899. Magnificent full green morocco binding by Ramage of London. Elaborate gilt decoration to the upper and lower panels and the spine. Silk endpapers. Gilt inner dentelles. The spine with five raised bands. All edge gilt. Housed in a purpose made felt lined red calf box. A very fine copy. The box a little scuffed and faded. A beautiful presentation. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        Neue freie Dekorationsmotive entwickelt aus dem Tier- und Pflanzenreich. Eine Auswahl von Entwürfen im modernen Stil. Mit Rücksicht auf die praktische Verwendung im Kunstgewerbe.

      Leipzig, Bernhard Friedrich Voigt 1899. - 54 x 39 cm, Titelblatt, 1 beidseitig bedr. Textblatt, 20 chromolithogr. Farbtaf., Orig.-Halbleinen-Flügelmappe mit Schließbändern, Mappe berieben und fleckig, innen sauber und gut erhalten, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MÁLAGA. PLAZA DE TOROS 1899

      Ortega 1899 - Soporte: Entelado/On linen. Localidad: Málaga. Tamaño del cartel: 23 x 51 cm El cartel está en excelente condición.

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        "Stadtpark" originales Ölgemälde auf Leinwand ca.58x65,5cm; rechts unten signiert; um 1910 [Maße im wuchtigen Goldrahmen 76x84cm.]

      . Die Künstlervereinigung "Scholle" wurde im Jahr 1899 in München gegründet. Der Name "Scholle" stammt aus einem Vers des Schriftstellers Michael Georg Conrad: "Mußt Deine eigene Scholle beackern, die siebengescheiten Nachbarn laß gackern". Zu Püttner selbst: Er war Sohn des Architekten und Landschaftszeichners Richard Püttner, bei welchem er seinen ersten Malunterricht bekam. Danach ging er zur weiteren Ausbildung an die Akademie der bildenden Künste nach München zu Ludwig Herterich, Ludwig Löfftz und Paul Hoecker. Künstlerisch beeinflußt wurde er von Wilhelm Trübner. Er wurde Gründungsmitglied der Künstlervereinigung Die Scholle und der Münchner Secession, bei der er mit Max Feldbauer Vorstandsmitglied wurde. Nach seiner Ausbildung 1897 war er als Illustrator für die Wochenzeitschrift Die Jugend tätig. Er bekam den Professorentitel und lehrte an der Damenakademie des Münchner Künstlerinnenvereins.

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        In Case of Need (These May Come Handy): A Book of Pictorial & Versified Admonition

      Boston: Small, Maynard & Company, 1899. The 1899 1st edition of this uncommon (and wonderful) Ralph Bergengren children's book of illustrated "admonitions". G+ in its original pictorial cloth, with light wear along the panel edges, light soiling to the rear panel and one pronouced stain at the front panel's top-edge. Internally, very clean, with bright white pages and virtually no markings of any kind. Oblong quarto, 80 pgs. Beautifully illustrated thruout in rich black-and-whites.. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Good.

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        An original flag from the Philippine-American war, brought back by an American officer stationed in Bataan

      A 31" x 28" linen flag, bearing two red horizontal stripes above and below a faded yellow stripe, with .25" fringe along one end and a stamped identification at the margin (recto and verso): "COL. LOUIS A. CRAIG 18 V.F.W." Several tears and moth holes, colors faded due to age, some soiling, else very good. The flag, likely a Spanish colonial flag, was recovered and brought to the United States by Col. Louis Aleck Craig, who commanded the 32nd U.S. Volunteers in Bataan from October 1899 to March 1901. Craig (1851-1904) was a career officer who graduated West Point in 1874, serving on the frontier in Wyoming and Arizona until the 1890s. In 1898, with the 1st Division, he went to Puerto Rico and was present at the surrender of Spanish forces at Coamo and saw action near San Juan. Following his service in the Caribbean, he became Colonel of the 32nd United States Volunteers which arrived in the Philippines in October 1899. He commanded the regiment at Angeles through February 1900 and then as commander of the Sub-District of the Province of Bataan at Bantanga. He led his regiment in the Philippines until March 1901 when he and his men returned to the United States. Soon after his return, Craig served briefly as Acting Superintendent of Yosemite National Park (June-November 1901).

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("M. Klinger").

      Bagnères-de-Bigorre, 3. I. 1899. - 3 SS. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. An Carl Moll: "Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum neuen Jahr. Wie geht es mit meinen Sachen? Ich werde allerdings erst in 14 Tagen davon erfahren, denn meine Angelegenheiten ermöglichen es mir [.] ein paar Tage hier in Biarritz, Pan, jetzt momentan Bagnères Bigorre theils für das Geschäft theils um Luft zu schnappen herumzulaufen. Ausser dem prachtvoll ruhigen [?] Meer gestern in Biarritz habe ich die Pyrenäen noch nicht gesehen obgleich ich mitten drin bin. Wolkenschleier bis ganz unten. Es ist doch sehr schön auf der Welt, man muß sich nur von allerhand angeborenen und zugetragenen Dummheiten frei machen [.]".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        LE SCHISME ORIENTALE DU XIe SIÈCLE

      Paris, Ernest Leroux 1899 - In-8° de XXIX & 312 pp. Demi toile verte, plat marbré, pièce de titre rouge sur cuir. Parfait exemplaire comme neuf. (tampon sur page de faux-titre. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      O. O., 4. IV. 1899. - 2½ SS. auf Doppelblatt. 8vo. An seinen Freund, den Architekten Alfred Theuer, der nach Mahlers Vorstellungen mit dem Entwurf und dem Bau der Seevilla u. des Komponierhäuschens (seines "study") beauftragt war. Im selben Jahr hatte Mahler von Fürst Orsini-Rosenberg in Maiernigg ein Seegrundstück gekauft und oberhalb des Grundstücks einen bewaldeten Kogel gepachtet, um darauf ein Refugium zum ungestörten Arbeiten zu errichten. "[.] Ich bitte also nunmehr zur Entscheidung zu bringen, unter welchen Modalitäten der Kogel hinter der Straße zu miethen resp. mein Study zu placiren wäre; und wenn diese Angelegenheit zu einem befriedigenden Abschluß zu bringen ist, die ganze Sache 'junctim' bis zur Finalisirung vorzubereiten [.] Wenn Alles nach Wunsch geht, so wäre es mir [am] liebsten, wenn mit den Arbeiten sofort begonnen würde. - Nebenbei gesagt: werde ich im nächsten Sommer, wenn mein Study am Kogel oben fertig steht, durch die Bauarbeiten [auf] dem Seegrunde nicht gestört werden? Wenn geklopft werden muß, so dringt der Schall vielleicht herauf? [.]".

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        Schlummerlied"/"'s Mieskätzchen". Eigenh. Musikmanuskript mit wdh. U.

      O. O. u. D. - 2 SS. Folio. In lila Tinte. Zwei Lieder für Singstimme und Klavierbegleitung (aus Op. 1, "12 Lieder für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte"): Vertonungen von August Montanus' "Schlummerlied" ("Die Abendglocken läuten den müden Tag zur Ruh") und Ludwig Tiecks Lied der Enkelin aus "Rothkäppchen" ("'s Misekätzchen ging spazieren"). - Der aus Dortmund gebürtige Jurist Nodnagel studierte an der Musikhochschule Berlin, bevor er Lehrer am Stern'schen Konservatorium Berlin und Mitarbeiter der "Allgemeinen Musikzeitung" wurde. 1899-1903 wirkte er in Königsberg als Redakteur und Lehrer am Konservatorium, bevor er als Musikschriftsteller und Gesangslehrer nach Berli zurückkehrte. Der Nachlass des Komponisten wird vom Westfälischen Musikarchiv Hagen verwahrt.

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        Sense and Sensibility

      London:: George Allen,. 1899.. First edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. Beautifully elaborate gilt Art Nouveau binding, with sinuous intertwined vines and flowers at front board and spine, of this highly collected work. Large 12mo, xxviii, 389pp. Introduction by Joseph Jacobs, Illustrations by Chris Hammond. Green gilt cloth bright, uncut foredge, top edge gilt. Cloth gently rubbed; internally, front and rear end papers uniformly darkened. OCLC: 9439205.

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        Somerset County Cricket Club 1898-99 (yearbook)

      Taunton: the Club 1899 - Ninth year of issue, containing the county's scores in 1898. The Somerset yearbook was published annually between 1890 and 1905, not issued 1906-08, then 1909-13, 1920-39, 1940-46 in a single volume, then 1947-67. AD Taylor stated in 1906 that a complete set, ie from 1891-1906, is "difficult to procure". 8vo. 58pp + [10] Original cloth-backed boards. Spine largely rubbed away, intact but fragile. Scarce.  [Padwick, 2558]

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Graz, 30. III. 1899.. 3 SS. auf Doppelblatt. Gr.-8vo.. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten: "Ihrer, mir sehr werthen Anfrage entsprechend, bin ich mit der Veröffentlichung meiner 'Sylvesternacht' im Kunstwart (vorbehaltl. des weiteren Verlagsrechtes) einverstanden. Gleichzeitig erlaube ich mir meine Ballade 'Roswitha' (welche von der Kritik höher gestellt wird) zur freundl. Einsichtnahme + Besprechung einzusenden u. bitte um Ihr geehrte Urtheil über dieselbe [...]". - Adolf Doppler war Inhaber einer Musikschule für Klavier, Musiktheorie und -pädagogik, Chor- und später auch Sologesang in Graz, stand mit Hugo Riemann in Verbindung und war als Lehrer und Komponist von vor allem Klavierwerken erfolgreich. "Doppler trat auch als Musikreferent hervor und zählte zum Bekannten- und Freundeskreis von R. Hamerling, Fr. von Hausegger, W. Kienzl, C. Muck und M. Plüddemann in Graz" (MGG XV, 1827). Er hinterließ u. a. eine umfangreiche Sammlung vorwiegend älterer Partitur-Kopien von Werken bedeutender Komponisten.

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        Eigenh. Briefkarte mit U. ("Mahler").

      O. O., [vor dem 10. IX. 1899].. 2 SS. Qu.-8vo.. An seinen Freund, den namentlich nicht genannten Architekten Alfred Theuer, betreffs der Errichtung seiner Seevilla und seines Komponierhäuschens (seines "study"): "[...] Durch Ihre neuerlichen Mittheilungen bin ich nunmehr wieder im Zweifel, welches Projekt ich wählen soll - resp zu welchem Sie rathen. Meiner Ansicht nach läßt sich das Ganze nur im Zusammenhang mit dem Plan für mein study beurtheilen. - Ich stehe noch immer auf dem Standpunkt, daß ich mich Ihrem erprobten Urtheil unterwerfe, der Sie ja doch meine Intentionen kennen und würdigen! Mir wäre es lieb, wenn beide Pläne in Angriff genommen und vorbereitet würden, so daß ich mich während meines Aufenthalts in Schwarzenfels (ich treffe Sonntag, 10. Sept. Morgens ein und bleibe so lange es nöthig ist) recht endgültig zu entscheiden hätte? [...]". - Mit durchgestrichenem Briefkopf der "Direction des k. k. Hofoperntheaters".

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        A Model Japanese Villa

      1899. OGAWA KAZUMA. A Model Japanese Villa. 4 pp. Illustrated with 14 hand-coloured collotype plates. Oblong folio, 265 x 375 mm., bound in publisher's silk-covered boards, in a new cloth folding box. Tokyo: Ogawa, 1899. |~||~||~||~| Splendid Japanese photo album depicting Meiji style gardens surrounding a model country villa. This appealing work in a handsome copy represents a rare example of Ogawa's collotype folios. The fourteen plates offer a total of eighteen images, two of the plates each displaying three images. Copies seem to have from thirteen to fifteen plates and varying images. In addition to the villa itself, extensive coverage is given to the landscaped gardens and the select flowers and shrubs therein. Slight wear to edges of binding, else a fine copy.

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