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        THE STORY OF LITTLE BLACK SAMBO.

      Dumpy Books for Children No. 4. With 27 full-page colour-engraved illustrations printed by Edmund Evans. viii 57 1pp colophon. Original two-toned striped green cloth. 16mo. Contained in a morocco-backed clamshell box. First edition. Re-cased; else a very nice copy. Inscribed on front endpaper: 'Dorothy Xmas 1899.' See Schiller, 'The Story of Little Black Sambo.' (The Book Collector, Autumn 1974).

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        The Works of Alphonse Daudet

      Little Brown Boston: Little Brown, 1899. Limited. hardcover. 24 volumes. Each volume is illustrated with a frontispiece and other fine plates, some of which are in color. 8vo, handsomely bound 3/4 burgundy morocco over marbled boards with ornate gilt-decorated spines; marbled endpapers, uncut edges, top edge gilt. Boston: Little Brown and Company, 1899. A near fine set in a lovely binding. The Edition de Luxe. Number 28 out of only 100 sets printed.

      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store ]
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        Le Père Milon. Contes inédits.

      1st edition. Paris: Sociète d'édition Littéraires et Artistique, Libr. Paul Ollendorff 1899. VIII + 292 pp. Uncut copy bound with orig. wrappers and top edge gilt in beautiful halfleather of smooth darkblue morocco. Binding signed Kauffmann - F. K? Very clean copy

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat]
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        Library Catalogue. Travel Adventure and Sport [Cover title]

      New York City: A. Edward Pond ca. 1899 [New York City: A. Edward Pond, ca. 1899]. (POND, A. EDWARD) 12mo. 8 half tone reproductions from "Kinloch's Big Game." [32] unnumbered pages. Pictorial blue grey stiff boards. Guillotined; internally fine. With New York Public Library acquisition stamp dated 14 November 1902 from Mrs. Josephine D.R. Pond. OCLC, one copy (Yale) . Signed A. Edward Pond upper right of front cover. Private library catalogue of sporting (chiefly Africa, Asia, and western America) and travel, with some military histories and standard works of history and literature, approximately 500 titles listed alphabetically by title. The illustrations correspond to plates in Kinloch, Large Game Shooting in Thibet, an edition of which is noted here. Rare

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        The Economic Writings of Sir William Petty,

      together with the Observations upon the Bills of Mortality more probably by Captain John Graunt. Edited by Charles Henry Hull, First Edition thus, 2 volumes, xci, 313; [8], [317-]700pp with some folding facsimiles of handwriting, ALS &c., a very good set in original cloth with the gilt stamp of the New South Wales Library of Parliament on both front boards and very faint stamps on titles, a little spotting, Cambridge, at the University Press, 1899.The first scholarly edition collecting together all of Petty's important writings - along with Graunt's Observations upon the Bills of Mortality (now definitively known to be by Graunt although at one time considered to be by Petty since he fraudulently claimed it to be his own; see Pearson, The History of Statistics, p.17ff). It was Petty who coined the term "political arithmetic" and it was Petty who is credited as the first to formulate a general theory of government founded on concrete empirical knowledge. The present edition of his works includes all the important works including A Treatise of Taxation and Contributions, 1662; The Political Anatomy of Ireland, 1672; Political Arithmetick, 1676; and his Observations Upon the Dublin Bills of Mortality, 1681; - "a path-breaker in demographic analysis" (- Sills, International Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences, Vol 12, p.57). "Petty's analytical skill and his insistence on measurement and his clear schematic view of the economy make him the first econometrician, and he was constantly evolving and using concepts and analytical methods that were in advance of his time.." (op cit p.67). Graunt's work, The Natural and Political Observations of Mortality, of which the fifth edition of 1676 is here reprinted, can be seen, in fact, as being even more important than Petty's. Photograph available on request.

      [Bookseller: Jeffrey Stern Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Poems

      T Fisher Unwin, London, 1899. Second Edition. Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. SECOND EDITION. Contents: THE COUNTESS CATHLEEN. THE ROSE. To the Rose upon the Rood of Time; Fergus and the Druid; The Death of Cuchoollin; The Rose of the World; The Rose of Peace; The Rose of Battle; A Faery Song; The Lake Isle of Innisfree; A Cradle Song; The Pity of Love; The Sorrow of Love; When You are Old; The White Birds; A Dream of Death; A Dream of a Blessed Spirit; The Man who Dreamed of Faeryland; The Dedication to a Book of Stories; Selected from the Irish Novelists; The Lamentation of the Old Pensioner; The Ballad of Father Gilligan; The Two Trees; To Ireland in the Corning Times. CROSSWAYS. The Song of the Happy Shepherd; The Sad Shepherd; The Cloak, the Boat, and the Shoes; Anashuya and Vijaya; The Indian upon God; The Indian to his Love; The Falling of the Leaves; Ephemera; The Aradness of King Goll; The Stolen Child; To an Isle in the Water; Down by the Salley Gardens; The Meditation of the Old Fisherman; The Ballad of Father O'Hart; The Ballad of Moll Magee; The Ballad of the Foxhunter. THE WANDERINGS OF OISIN. GLOSSARY. Book - in Good Plus Plus dark blue boards with stunning gilt leaf/floral design illustration and gilt lettering to the front board and spine and gilt emblem to the back board - light marking to the back board, slight bumping and rubbing to the extreme corners and some bumping and small nicks to the ends of the spine with some slight fading to the spine but detail still bright and distinct. Contents, replaced paste downs and end papers, some yellowing to the title pages and protective tissue and to just a couple of other pages, previous owner's neat ink inscription 'Ruth Kelly. Christmas 1899' otherwise clean, bright and tightly bound. An Attractive Copy. Size: 8 inches tall by 5.25 inches. xi, 298 rough trimmed pages & 8 page catalogue to rear. Illustrated portrait frontispiece . Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 251-750 grams. Category: Poetry; Inventory No: 7767.

      [Bookseller: John T. & Pearl Lewis]
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        Fine photographic portrait of Queen Victoria, signed by her "Victoria RI 1899" on a light portion at the top.

      Without photographer's imprint but known to be by Bassano. A superb large image (11 1/2 x 9 3/8 inches), on card. The Queen, looking sad but serene in her 80th year, sits facing to the left holding a book. Her signature strong and clear. Some age toning, very light spots of surface loss, very slightly affecting signature. An impressive image.

      [Bookseller: Bristow & Garland]
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        Edward Fitzgerald`s Rubâ`iyât of Omar Khayyâm

      with their Original Persian Sources. Collated from his own MSS., and literally translated. London. Bernard Quaritch 1899. 8:o. The decorations of this volume other than those forming part of the original Ms., are by Ella Hallward. (4),xvi,163,(1) pp. Green full morocco, spine gilt, boards with tripple frames and corner pieces. Inner dentelles. Gilt edges on boards. Top edge gilt else uncut. (Bound by Thomas. 7 Up. Marylebone St. Fitzrey Square). Title and following six leaves with small spot outer margin. Ex Libris Laurentii Qurrir on front paste-down. Exlibris Kolsö on verso front endpaper. 26 x 17 cm.. A handsome copy

      [Bookseller: Antiquaria]
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        Connaissances nécessaires à un bibliophile.

      Accompagnées de notes critiques et de documents bibliographiques. Cinquième édition, illustrée de nombreuses figures. I-X. Paris, 1899. (4),XXIV,175,(1) + (8),219,(1) + (8),239,(1) + (8),151,(2) + (8),196,(1) + (8),237,(2) + (8),136,(4) + (8),206,(2) + (8),187,(1) + (6),171,(5) s. & plr & inklistrade pappersprover. Fem eleganta halvmarokängbd med upphöjda bind, guldornerade ryggar och blåstänkta snitt (Sture Falks bokbinderi, Lund). Omslagen medbundna, några omslag lätt lagerfläckiga och solkiga. Främre omslag till del sju med en lagning. Den första volymen ngt snedläst. Med Per-Erik och Ludmilla Lindahls exlibris.. Tryckt på velinpapper. Den omfångsrikaste upplagan av denna bibliofila vägvisare

      [Bookseller: Mats Rehnström]
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        Pictures of Early New York on Dark Blue Staffordshire Pottery. Together with Pictures of Boston and New England, Philadelphia, the South and West

      Dodd Mead NY: Dodd, Mead, 1899. Three quarto volumes. xxvi, 330pp. From an edition of 268, this is one of thirty copies on Imperial Japon. In addition, this is a unique copy with an extra set of the 126 color photogravure plates printed on white satin and backed in celadon silk. The colors of the blue and white pottery, as well as some sepia and multi-colored ware, seem to glow and take on a three-dimensional quality. Bound in a full blue morocco "Adams Mosaique" binding, with an oak-leaf and acorn pattern within a rococo oval frame, inlaid in cream and teal morocco. The oak garland motif is repeated in gilt in the six spine compartments. Gilt turn-ins, with satin doublures illustrated with blue-and-white Harvard dishes, and moiré silk endleaves complete the binding. A fore-edge painting represents a blue-and-white Staffordshire pitcher. The extra suite on satin is laid into two blue morocco drop-back boxes bound with spines to match the book, with oak garlands on front and back, and with doublures and linings of cream silk damask. Some small rubbed spots to spines and tears to damask linings, otherwise fine. The three blue morocco volumes are housed in green morocco pull-off boxes with an Art Deco design in gilt. Outer boxes show a few small rubbed spots. A rich, unique, and beautifully presented set.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers ]
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        Le Cinquiéme Acte [in l'Aurore, no. 694, 12 sept. 1899].

      Paris, 1899. [61,5x45,5 cm]. 4 pages. Folded twice. Slightly yellowed and with some light creases. A very well-preserved copy. Zola's text covers 4 of the 6 columns on the front page. Le Cinquième Acte, published in september 1899, was the fourth of altogether seven articles and open letters published by Zola in l'Aurore between 1898 and 1900 in favour of the French Army captain of Jewish and Alsatian descent Alfred Dreyfus, charged with treason in 1894 in a much-publicized affaire. In the article Zola expresses his outrage with the military tribunal in Rennes where Dreyfus, repatriated from his imprisonment on the Devil's Island, was tried again only to be re-condemned despite clear evidence in favour of his innocence. The anger and disappointment of Zola, who had spent almost a year in exile in London in the aftermath of his 1898 open letter "J'Accuse...!" is quite palpable in the text. The Rennes trial was, says Zola, supposed to be the fifth act of the play that was the Dreyfus affair -- a happy ending where the wronged party is redeemed -- but it turned out to be only the "fourth act": "When, Oh dear God, will there be the Fifth?" Zola did not have to wait for very long for the "fifth act", as Dreyfus was pardoned later that same year on the grounds of feeble health. The finale of the affair was however not enacted until 1906, when Dreyfus was formally acquitted and his honour restored, something Zola himself sadly never lived to see

      [Bookseller: Patrik Andersson Antikvariat]
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        A THOUSAND DAYS IN THE ARCTIC: With Preface by Admiral Sir F. Leopold McClintock.

      London and New York: Harper & Brothers, 1899.. 1st Edition: Vol I xxi, 551pp, Vol II xxii-xv, 580pp. Appendices, indices. Illustrated throughout with over one hundred eighty black & white drawings, plates, 5 maps. Matched set. Original blue cloth over boards with gilt decorative devices to front cover, gilt titling to spine and front covers, top edges gilt. A day-by-day journal of the Jackson-Harmsworth Expedition (1894-97). The party established winter quarters at Cape Flora, Franz Joseph Land, and remained there for 3 years. By sheer coincidence, Fridtjof Nansen and Hjalmar Johansen encountered Jackson's camp in June of 1896 during the Fram Expedition, and enjoyed several weeks of generous hospitality (after surviving through the winter on walrus and bear meat). Throughout their stay, the party made sledge journeys in the archipelago, surveyed, made scientific collections, hunted, and described the polar night. Includes a chapter on scurvy. [AB 7943]. "This is an unvarnished tale of a thousand consecutive days spent in the Arctic, printed almost word for word as it was written--while the facts and impressions were fresh in my memory--in our hut, or tent, when on sledging and boating journeys in Franz-Josef Land. It is a simple, true account and statement of facts incident to our life and work there--plain facts, penned by a plain man." (from the author's note). A very important title in early arctic exploration. Shelfware, corners bumped, chipping to spines, some small splits to spines. Moderate foxing, tear to 2 of the 5 folding maps, all maps fragile, staining to creases as expected. An original set, now very difficult to find with the original bindings. Good.

      [Bookseller: Polar Books]
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        PINOCCHIO'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND

      1899. 2. COLLODI,CARLO. (QUENTIN) PINOCCHIO'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. Trans. from Italian by Hezekiah Butterworth. Boston: Jordan Marsh (1898). 8vo, green pictorial cloth lettered in gilt, 212 p., spine faded else VG+. (including a 2 page introduction by Hezekiah Butterworth). The first edition of this classic printed in America was published by Jordan Marsh in 1898. This edition features 4 color plates by RENE QUENTIN that did not appear in the 1898 edition (they are dated 1899) and this edition is the first edition with these illustrations, and more importantly according to Wunderlich, this is the first known Pinocchio with colorplates in the U.S. (p.49 1899?a). Also illustrated with b&w chapter head and tailpieces.

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. ]
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