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        Autograph Letter in the Third Person to Viscount CROMER, (1819-1901, Queen of Great Britain)

      1899 - (Sir Evelyn BARING, 1841-l917, 'the maker of modern Egypt', 1st Earl, 1901), from 1883 to 1907 British Agent, Consul-General and Minister Plenipotentiary in Egypt), with transcription, thanking him "very much for his last letter of the 11th Nov." and again expressing "her great satisfaction at Sir R. Wyngate's [Wingate's] great success". (against the Mahdist state in the Sudan, ending on 25th November 1899 with the defeat and death of the Mahdi Khalifa), "It was an unlooked for event & the best ending to the Mahdi Kalifa's power; little as that was after Omdurman", she is sure that "Lord Cromer is following the serious war in Africa with interest. It is an anxious time. The Troops have fought splendidly but the losses have been very sad, especially in Officers", and ending "Lord Cromer must feel more & more the loss of his dear wife who shared everything so truly & helpfully with him", with the original autograph envelope to him in Cairo as "H.I. Consul-General". the letter 3 sides 8vo black-edged, Windsor Castle, 6th December a few short tears in envelope on opening Transcription Windsor Castle Dec. 6. 1899 The Queen thanks Lord Cromer very much for his last letter of the 11th Nov. & must express again her great satisfaction at Sir R. Wyngate's great success. It [Side 2] was an unlooked for event & the best ending to the Mahdi Khalifa's power; little as that was after Omdurman. The Queen is sure that Lord Cromer is following the serious war in Africa with interest. It is an anxious time. The [Side3] Troops have fought splendidly but the losses have been very sad, especially in Officers. Lord Cromer must feel more & more the loss of his dear wife who shared everything so truly & helpfully with him.

      [Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA]
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        THE CONVERSION OF PAULA BY ST. JEROME - Alma-Tadema, 1899.

      THE CONVERSION OF PAULA BY ST. JEROME Heliogravure uitgegeven in 1899 door Arthur Tooth & Sons te Londen naar het schilderij (Opus CCCL) van Lourens Alma-Tadema, later met de hand gekleurd. H x B: ca. 37,5 x 82 cm.Het schilderij waarnaar deze gravure is gemaakt, was onderdeel van de Royal Academy?s Summer Exhibition in 1898 en werd vanwege z?n uitmuntende techniek en schoonheid ontvangen als meesterwerk. Kunstcriticus F.G. Stephens beschouwde The Conversion of Paula als Alma-Tadema's topstuk. Kunsthandel Arthur Tooth & Sons, opdrachtgever voor het schilderij, had daarmee een nieuwe troef in handen. Volgens de brieven van Alma-Tadema aan Stephens kwam het schilderij niet zonder problemen tot stand en was hij erg content met de lofbetuiging.Paula, gekleed in een purper en amber met goud geweven gewaad, leunt achterover op een altaar gewijd aan Bacchus. Ze luistert naar de charmante maar ascetische Hi?ronymus die haar vertelt over het Christendom. Later verlaat Paula de Bacchus cult om deze nieuwe religie te volgen. Het werk vertegenwoordigt een van de weinig christelijk getinte onderwerpen in Alma-Tadema's oeuvre. Tien jaar eerder was hij bekritiseerd voor het gebrek aan ?moral purpose? in zijn schilderij The roses of Heliogabalus.Prijs: ? 3.150,- (incl. lijst).

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        Beyond the Great South Wall - being some surprising details of the voyage of the S.Y. Racoon.

      - London, Sampson Low &c 1899. Octavo publisher's illustrated red cloth blocked in black, white, gilt and blue (spine a bit faded and rubbed); [6],302pp and 10pp publisher's list included in the last gathering. A bit used, browning of the endpapers and round the edges. Inscription of a Lawrence Fishburn dated 1916 and 1917 on the front endpaper with a short message written in some secret code. Pretty good; as this is the only copy I've found after some years of looking I can't compare it to others. First edition and close enough to rare. George Locke noted in the first volume of his Spectrum of Fantasy (1980) that he'd traded his way up to a good first American edition but not yet seen this. At the end of volume two he announced that, in 1993, he'd seen and finally got one. These original sheets were re-issued as an undated 'cheap edition' with a cancel title page and, I suspect, sat in the warehouse for decades - the only copy of that I've seen was apparently bought new and given as a prize in 1927. In other words it was a forgotten dud. How? with that cover? who could resist it? It seems to have been better received in America where it had two editions in 1901 and received a friendly notice in the NY Times. This is an Antarctic adventure discovering a now extinct Mayan civilization and a not extinct prehistoric monster. By no means the worst lost race novel ever written; indeed it stands proud of most Antarctic novels in being brisk, breezy and easy going.

      [Bookseller: Richard Neylon]
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        La Mode Pratique. Année 1899 - Tome VIII

      1 vol. in-folio reliure demi-basane rouge, Librairie Hachette et Cie, Paris, 1899, 623-107 pp. avec 52 planches couleurs (héliogravure Fortier-Marotte) Bon état, pour cet exemplaire de l'année 1899, bien complet des 52 planches en couleur. Peu courant. Français

      [Bookseller: Librairie Du Cardinal]
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        Kunstformen (Kunst-Formen) der Natur. Teilband mit 70 Tafeln und den zugehörigen Tafelerklärungen.

      Leipzig, Bibliographisches Institut, (). 1899 - 1 Bl. (Vorrede), 70 Bl. (Tafelerklärung) Mit 70 (v. 100) Tafeln in Lithographie u. Chromolithographie Folio (36x28 cm). Illustr. Orig.Leinenband, orig. Buntpapiervorsätze, Kopffarbschnitt ** Teilband der ersten 70 Tafeln (num. 1- 70) des Hauptwerkes des bedeutenden Naturwissenschaftlers. Die Tafeln befinden sich in sehr guter, sauberer Erhaltung - mit den zugehörigen Seidenpapieren (teils bedruckt). Das Titelblatt ist diesem Teilband nicht beigebunden; die Vorrede ist vorhanden und trägt die Datierung "1899". Der originale Einband etwas fleckig, leicht bestoßen, der Rückdeckel mit Schabspuren. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Hans-Jürgen Ketz]
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        Portraitphotographie mit eigenh. U. [Wien, 27.VI.1899].

      1899. 107 x 170 mm. Kniestück der Schauspielerin im Rollenkostüm aus dem Atelier Adèle, Wien. Die Untschrift auf der Bildseite.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris]
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        Saratsin

      , 1899. 1899. First Edition . Signed. CUI, Cesar. Saratsin. Opera in Four Acts. Moscow: Jurgenson, (1899). Quarto, contemporary half dark brown morocco. $2600.First edition of the piano-vocal score, inscribed by the composer on the title page to the Russian bass Smirnov, the original Dyunia, in Russian:

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        Ölgemälde - Norddeutsche Flußlandschaft ( möglicherweise Alsterlauf ).

      Schönes Ölgemälde des Künstlers Hermann Bohlens in den Maßen ( Höhe x Breite ) 60 x 60 cm ( mit Rahmen: 73 x 91 cm ). Dargestellt ist eine norddeutsche Flußlandschaft unter weitem Himmel. Bohlens ( geboren 1899 ) war ein Schüler von Arthur Illies. Ca. 1930-1940 gemalt, alt gerahmt, rechts unten signiert. ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) ( Bei Ölgemälden leider nur Selbstabholung oder selbstorganisierter Transport möglich, kein Versand )( Please notice: No shipment possible )

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Göttingen, 26. IV. 1899. - 2 SS. 8vo. Zwei eng beschriebene Seiten an einen Freund, dem er einen Taschenbuch-Beitrag übersendet. Sein langes Stillschweigen begründet er mit Übersetzung des "Tasso": "[.] Nehmen Sie, was ich Ihnen anbieten kann mit Nachsicht auf. Es ist weder Vieles noch viel; aber ich rechne auf Ihre Gefälligkeit [.]". - Weiters ersucht er Kapellmeister Naumann zu dem Trauungslied eine Melodie zu setzen; das Lied sei ihm lieb, deshalb möchte er es nicht in geringere Hände geben. Dankt für Aufnahme seiner Phantasien in die "Erholungen". Um ständig daran teilzunehmen, sei er zu sehr mit Geschäften überhäuft: "[.] Ich bleibe noch ein Jahr in Göttingen, u. hoffe mich dann einmal wieder mit Ihren Dresdner Schätzen für diesen Klausur schadlos zu halten [.]". [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Pierre Nozière

      First edition, one of 100 numbered copies on Holland paper.Binding half morocco binding of wine with corners, back thinned with five nerves set with gold threads and decorated with gilded boxes quadruple golden tail date gold striping on the marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats paper the tank, wrappers and back preserved and bound in, gilded head on witnesses, elegant binding signed Canape.Beautiful copy fully established.Sources: libraries Claye A. and A. Grandsire with their bookplate pasted on a contreplat. Alphonse Lemerre Paris 1899 13,5x20cm relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1899 - 1899 Wisden Hardback

      1899. This lot is a 1899 Hardback Wisden , a rare Wisden. In Good to Very Good Condition. The baords have a touch of wear but great gilts, the hinges have some weakness mainly to the rear (front may have had a touch up) but they hold their own, excellent internally with nice clean pages.

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        ANNUAL REPORT FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1899, FROM DECEMBER 22, 1898. [bound with:] REMARKS ON THE INDUSTRIAL, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS EXISTING IN THE DEPARTMENT OF HAVANA. [with:] [SCRAPBOOK OF HENRY OWEN HOLT, CONTAINING NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS REPORTING ON THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR AND THE ACTIVITIES OF THE VIRGINIA MILITARY]

      [Havana, 1899. Two volumes. 282pp., plus thirty-five photographic plates (eight folding), five maps; 19pp. Scrapbook: [51] leaves, plus printed gift leaf, with many additional blank leaves. Printed volume: Original blue cloth, spine gilt, owner's name stamped in gilt on front board. Ownership inscription in pencil on titlepage. Contents shaken, hinges cracked, light shelf wear. Significant water damage to rear board, with final leaves dampstained. Closed three-inch tear from gutter margin of one chart. Light tanning. Good. Scrapbook: Original three-quarter morocco and marbled boards. Moderate shelf wear. Initial leaves somewhat wrinkled. Some tanning. About very good. A rich source document of the United States' occupation of Cuba after the conclusion of the Spanish-American War. Ludlow's report cited a number of serious issues in the country, including rampant disease, a lack of sanitation and medical facilities, a lack structure for civil authority, and a resulting absence of social order. The work describes the general situation in Havana as of 1898, beginning with the American military takeover, and it contains sections on the care of troops in tropical countries, the organization of policing, the organization of civil government, sanitation in the capital, and general recommendations, plus transcriptions of civil and military order issued during this period, and reports from other U.S. military officials. In addition to this wealth of information, the report contains an excellent visual record of the occupation, with the inclusion of thirty-five photographic prints, including two panoramas, plus five maps of Havana and the surrounding region and four charts tracking deaths in the city, particularly those caused by yellow fever. This volume is accompanied by a scrapbook that belonged to Henry Owen Holt, a member of the Second Regiment of Virginia infantry that saw action in the Spanish-American War. The book contains numerous newspaper clippings tracking the participation of Virginian military units in the conflict, with a focus on the Second Regiment. An excellent, informative report with much firsthand information, and rare on the market.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Wanderungen in Ost-Afrika.

      Wien, Gerold, 1899. XX S., 1 Bl., 440 S. Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen im Text und auf Tafeln sowie 3 gefalt. Karten in Deckeltasche. Gr.-8°, Leinen mit goldgepr. VDeckel und RTitel. Kainbacher I, 147. Henze V, 493. - Beschreibt eine 1897 unternommene Forschungs- und Jagdexpedition nach Nordost-Afrika, Äthiopien, Somaliland und Kenia, verbunden mit metereologischen, ethnologischen und archäologischen Forschungen. - Einband nur wenig berieben, Buchblock gelockert.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Galerie Joy]
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        The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Hardcover)

      Hartford, CT: The American Publishing Company, 1899. Later printing. A bright, sharp early edition of the American classic, nicer than most of the various later nineteenth century editions commonly found. Near Fine in blue boards with titles, rule, and embellishments in gilt and black. Book plate to the front pastedown. Light rubbing to some of the gilt and the extremities, with a touch of fading to the spine panel. Collation available on request.

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        Frederick Douglass

      Boston: Small, Maynard & Company, 1899. xix, 141p., tears on two pages expertly repaired, small corner tear on second front endpaper, first edition, spine with minor wear, all in all very good.

      [Bookseller: Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB]
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        Works of Tobias Smollett

      1899. SMOLLETT, Tobias. The Works of Tobias Smollett. With an Introduction by W. E. Henley. Westminster: Archibald Constable, 1899. Twelve volumes. Octavo, contemporary three-quarter brown morocco gilt, raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt. $2800.Beautiful set of SmollettÂ’s novels, bound by Zaehnsdorf, illustrated with numerous frontispieces after Cruikshank.Includes Roderick Random, Peregrine Pickle, Count Fathom, Sir Launcelot Greaves, and Humphry Clinker. A fine set.

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        The Works.

      London: Chapman & Hall,, 1899. With introductions, general essay, and notes by Andrew Lang. 34 volumes (200 x 140 mm). Finely bound by Riviere & Son for John Wanamaker in green crushed half morocco, titles and decoration to spines gilt, raised bands, matching cloth boards, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Illustrated throughout the set with engraved titles pages and plates. Some minor spotting to fore-edge, spines uniformly faded to light brown, an excellent set. The Gadshill edition, "printed from the edition that was carefully corrected by the author in 1867 and 1868" and including H. K. Browne and George Cruikshank's beloved illustrations. A handsome set of what is generally considered one of the best editions of the collected works of Charles Dickens.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Catalogue des collections d'antiquités au château de Heeswijk, Musée "Baron van den Bogaerde". 6 Volumes complete.

      Frederik Muller & cie 1899-1901, Amsterdam & 's-Hertogenbosch - First edition. Highlights. Folio. Bound in modern black gilt cloth. Near fine: overall lovely condition with a few pages with foxing only. A few very small tears at the top of the first 3 pages. The exceptionally rare 6 auction catalogues of the 3 year sale of the contents of Chateau Heeswijk held by Frederik Muller in 's-Hertogenbosch. The castle of Heeswijk was built in 1080 as a single tower and would over the centuries be built in to a true fortified castle as it is now known. The castle was an important and historic fortification throughout the centuries where even the French King Louis XIV came to sign a treatise to end a war in 1672. The contents of the castle would eventually be auctioned in 1899. All items sold found their way to new owners around the globe and made the staggering amount of 600.000 Guilders! The six sales consisted of: 1899/07/03, I, La salle d'armes ; 1900/06/20, III, Meubles, bronzes marbres, porcelaines, argenterie, objets en or, etc. ; 1901/09/24, IV, Art religieux ; V, Arts du métal ; 1901/10/02, VI, Antiquités divers, being Amrs and armor, paintings and portraits, furniture, bronzes, porcelains, ceramics, silver and gold objects, religious sculpture and works of art, Metal works of art and Various antiques. Extremely scarce! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Writings of Mark Twain

      1899. TWAIN, Mark. The Writings of Mark Twain. Hartford: American Publishing Co., 1899-1907. Twenty-five volumes. Octavo, contemporary three-quarter blue morocco gilt, raised bands, elaborately gilt-decorated spines, marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt, uncut. $39,000.Edition de Luxe, number 542 of 1000 copies. This set with manuscript pages of The Gilded Age, one each by Twain and by collaborator Charles Dudley Warner, tipped in to Volume X. This set also with a tipped-in double signature on the limitation leaf, “S.L. Clemens (Mark Twain),” and an autograph letter tipped to the blank opposite the limitation page, from Twain to his publisher, “Feb. 16. Friend Bliss: Please mail or send in your own way, a cloth copy of Innocents Abroad to Sidney Moffett, New Market, Shenendoah Co, Va, & charge to my Act. Yours, Mark.” On the reverse is written in a different hand: “Mark Twain Feb. 16, Â’75.” Very handsomely bound.Leaves of the Gilded Age manuscripts of Twain and Warner were sometimes bound into sets of the Edition de Luxe, and especially the 512 sets called the ""Autograph Edition."" Twain's manuscript leaf, from only six pages into the work (appearing on p. 18 here) begins, ""Â… for a coonskin & a cake of beeswax to an old dame in linsey-woolsey, put his letter away, & went into the kitchen. His wife was there, constructing some dried apple pies; a slovenly urchin of ten was dreaming over a rude weather-vane of his own contrivingÂ…"" ""Friend Bliss"" mentioned in the autograph letter is Elisha Bliss (1822-80), manager of the American Publishing Company which published the first five Twain titles between 1869 and 1880. Bliss marketed authors through subscription sales, a technique that fulfilled his goal of making Twain ""the people's author"" (Kaplan, 61). ""His decision to chance a work of humor with his company was a bold one, but his instinct that Mark Twain had a ready-made audienceÂ… proved accurate and enormously profitableÂ…. Bliss can claim the credit for recognizing Mark Twain's proper audience, placing his literature in the hands of that audience, and educating his apprentice author in the mechanics of subscription publication. His influence lurksÂ… behind the humorist's self-definition of his role as the 'People's Author' and the spokesman for the 'mighty mass of the uncultivatedÂ…"" (Wilson, 90-91). At the end of the 19th-century subscription sales began to lose ground to urban bookstores. Frank Bliss, Elisha's heir, shed subscription booklists and began issuing expensive deluxe editions, none more important than this one. ""As if to mark the close of a literary era,"" Frank supervised the production of this limited edition set and, according to Twain, ""appeared to be having an easy time selling it, President McKinley and other big guns have subscribed"" (Kaplan, 355). This superb set contains all of Twain's work, including novels, essays and sketches. Each volume with a tissue-guarded frontispiece and a vignette title page. With over 100 tissue-guarded plates, including etchings by W. H. W. Bicknell and photogravures from photographs and from drawings by Peter Newell, E. W. Kemble, B. West Clinedinst, Dan Beard, W. T. Smedley, F. M. Senior, F. T. Merrill, F. Luis Mora, E. H. Garrett, J. G. Brown, F. V. DuMond, and others. These plates were used for the first time in this set and again in various later editions issued by the American Publishing Company (see BAL 3456). Laid in to the first volume is a typed letter, dated in 1940, to a Mrs. Daniel Jenks from a Walter Norman of Pittsfield, MA. Norman apparently worked with his father at the L. L. Brown Paper Company, a company apparently producing paper for the American Publishing Company. He makes reference in the letter to the paper used in the first 1000 copies of this set, deckle-edged paper with a ""Mark Twain"" watermark. Two volumes with expert repairs to headcaps. An extraordinary set with autograph material in fine condition.

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        Reflets de la sombre route

      First edition, one of 25 numbered copies on Japon, tirage de tête.Repaired tears to the spine, otherwise a good copy. Calmann Lévy Paris 1899 12x18,5cm broché

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        Les stances

      Original, one of 100 numbered copies on China Edition, leading copy. Autograph signed by the author Karl Boès. Book illustrated with a portrait of the author by Antonio de la Gandara. Few minor foxing. Our copy is presented in shirt with back red morocco date tail, flat marbled paper, lined morocco case of the same boards and marbled paper. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Editions de La plume Paris 1899 27x36cm broché sous chemise et étui

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        Origines de la France Contemporaine

      1899. TAINE, Hippolyte Adolphe. Les Origines de la France Contemporaine. Paris: Librairie Hachette, 1899-1900. Eleven volumes. Octavo, contemporary three-quarter red close-grain morocco gilt, raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt, uncut. $1500.Mixed editions of the noted philosopher’s innovative analysis of French history, handsomely bound by Blackwell’s.Taine’s influence on French intellectual culture and literature was enormous. His Origines de la France Contemporaine is a monumental analysis of French history, claiming scientific objectivity. His attempt to understand the contemporary political and social reality of France through its origins in the ancien régime and the Revolution is simply grandiose. In conducting his research, Taine invented a unique form of inquiry, combining history (social, constitutional, and ideological) with sociology and psychology, supported by substantial references to archive material. Yet his innovative working methods have always aroused skepticism from all sides. “Several critics have done me the honor of fighting,” he declared, “or sometimes approving, what they call ‘my system.’ I have no such claim to a ‘system’: I try at best to have a method. A system is an explanation of a work in its entirety; a method is a way to work. I want to work in a certain way, nothing more. Instead of refuting rebuttal, I outline the process that is involved, and hope that it leads to truth. My method requires practice— if the scholar wants to try it out, he may decide on its effectiveness one way or the other.” Taine had a special relationship with the authors of his time, especially Émile Zola. “In page after page, including many of [Zola’s] most memorable writings, we are presented with what amounts to a mimesis of the interplay between sensation and imagination which Taine studied at great length and out of which, he believed, emerges the world of the mind” (Philip Walker). Signature of notable collector of English decorative arts Irwin Untermeyer, whose collection for the most part is now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.Light patches of foxing to first few leaves. A beautifully bound set in near-fine condition.

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        The Man with the Hoe

      San Francisco: A.M. Robertson, 1899. First edition in book form. wrappers, in chemise and custom half blue morocco slipcase. Fine. 12mo. 16 items, together Decorative head pieces With: The Man With the Hoe. Illustrated and with notes by the author. Doubleday & McClure, 1900. 12mo, brown wrappers. Very slight rubbing of edges, 1/8 loss of paper at spine ends, else fine. The Man With the Hoe and Other Poems. Garden City: Doubleday, Page, 1913. 12mo, original blue cloth lettered in gilt. Very lightly rubbed at spine ends, lower corners bumped, else fine. Inscribed by Markham on front free endpaper. The Man With the Hoe. Folio, wrappers. Illustrated with woodcuts. Supplement to the Sunday Examiner, 1899. First appearance of the poem in print. Very lightly rubbed and chipped on fore-edge, else fine With: Autograph Letter, signed to "My dear Margaret Widdenmer." West New Brighton, NY: March 23, 1916. 7-3/4 x 5-3/4 inches, cream card stock, written in brown ink. Fine. Markham writes "Yes, you many use my name to let you into the Artist's Colony at Peterboroguh; and you may use my name when you reach the gates of Paradise! ..." [LR] With: Xeroxed copies of "The Man with the Hoe" and "Washington the Nation Builder." Each xerox copy has a and written (xeroxed from the original) note and signature by Markham. [LR] With: One page autograph notes (not signed) by Edwin Markham about "The Man With the Hoe'. With: One page typed letter from Joseph Jackson to Edwin Markham, Oct. 8th, 1933, and with Mrs. Markham's notes and signature in brown ink on the letter. With envelope addressed to Joseph Johnson (in pencil corrected 'Jackson') stamped Nov. 3, 1933. With: One page typed letter from Joseph Jackson addressed to Mrs. Edwin Markham, dated Oct. 31, 1933, and with Mrs. Markham's notes in brown ink. With pp. 501-502 from McClure's magazine, May 1896, showing Millet's painting "The Man with the Hoe." With: "Footnote to History. The Story Behind Markham's Epic Poem 'The Man with the Hoe'" by Grace Ertes, excerpted from "Heritage West" Dec/Jan 1983, 6 pp. With: Silk bookmark approx. 10.5 x 3 inches, ends fringed, with the poem printed on the silk. Fine. With additional pieces .

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        Book of the Dead. Facsimiles

      , 1899. 1899. First Edition . BUDGE, E. A. Wallis. The Book of the Dead. Facsimiles of the Papyri of Hunefer, Anhai, Kerasher and Netchemet. London: British Museum, et al. [Harrison & Son], 1899. Elephant folio (15-1/2 by 23-1/2 inches), modern half burgundy morocco, raised bands, black morocco spine label. $2000.First edition of this collection of full-color elephant folio facsimiles of five critical papyri, containing

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        HUNGER

      London: Leonard Smithers and Co. 1899. First edition in English. First edition in English. Publisher’s original grey cloth with black titles and illustration [by W. T. Horton] to the upper board and spine. A very good or better copy, the binding square and firm with light bumping and minor fraying at the spine tips, the cloth a trifle darkened to the extremities and spine. The contents are entirely complete including the publisher’s 16 page catalogue dated Spring 1899, punctuated by Aubrey Beardsley’s Pegasus device to the final leaf. There is a previous owner’s name on the front endpaper which also has a couple of faint traces of [long removed] tape marks and light spotting to the prelims and margins throughout. With two hand corrections to the text and another to the price of this publication in the publisher’s catalogue. An excellent example, in original condition of the author’s first novel. The provenance evidence retained with this copy is somewhat intriguing and affords pleasant speculation. Laid in is an original trimmed photograph tipped on to card of the translator, “New Woman” writer and one time lover of the author Mary Chavelita Dunne (George Egerton). The card features the contemporary hand-stamp of The Flyfishers’ Club, London to the outer edge of which both her father Captain John J. Dunne and nephew belonged as members. Egerton herself was known to have taken great pleasure in the sport (as evident in her published correspondence from the time of her brief marriage to Egerton Clairmonte). The hand annotations within the book include a correction to the published price of Hunger in the Smithers catalogue along with a few alternate word choices within the text. Also laid in is a clipped newspaper review of the 1921 Duckworth re-issue. Whilst it is unclear how many copies of this first edition were issued, just a few months before the publisher’s bankruptcy, the evidence and institutional holdings would suggest this figure was low. Egerton in her translator’s note to the 1921 Duckworth reprint writes “I can therefore claim to have been somewhat of a seer, when I introduced the author to an English public, which never bought even the limited edition issued”. Further evidence that the original publication sunk without trace can be found in the accompanying newspaper review of the Duckworth edition which states ““Hunger”, his first novel published in the early eighteen-nineties, but only just issued here in translation”. 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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        THE CONVERSION OF PAULA BY ST. JEROME - Alma-Tadema, 1899.

      THE CONVERSION OF PAULA BY ST. JEROME Heliogravure uitgegeven in 1899 door Arthur Tooth & Sons te Londen naar het schilderij (Opus CCCL) van Lourens Alma-Tadema, later met de hand gekleurd. H x B: ca. 37,5 x 82 cm.Het schilderij waarnaar deze gravure is gemaakt, was onderdeel van de Royal Academy?s Summer Exhibition in 1898 en werd vanwege z?n uitmuntende techniek en schoonheid ontvangen als meesterwerk. Kunstcriticus F.G. Stephens beschouwde The Conversion of Paula als Alma-Tadema's topstuk. Kunsthandel Arthur Tooth & Sons, opdrachtgever voor het schilderij, had daarmee een nieuwe troef in handen. Volgens de brieven van Alma-Tadema aan Stephens kwam het schilderij niet zonder problemen tot stand en was hij erg content met de lofbetuiging.Paula, gekleed in een purper en amber met goud geweven gewaad, leunt achterover op een altaar gewijd aan Bacchus. Ze luistert naar de charmante maar ascetische Hiëronymus die haar vertelt over het Christendom. Later verlaat Paula de Bacchus cult om deze nieuwe religie te volgen. Het werk vertegenwoordigt een van de weinig christelijk getinte onderwerpen in Alma-Tadema's oeuvre. Tien jaar eerder was hij bekritiseerd voor het gebrek aan ?moral purpose? in zijn schilderij The roses of Heliogabalus.Prijs: ? 3.150,- (incl. lijst).

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        Razvitie kapitalizma v Rossii. Protsess obrazovaniia vnutrenniago rynka dlia krupnoi promyshlennosti [The Development of Capitalism in Russia. The Process of Formation of a Home Market for Large-Scale Industry].

      St. Petersburg, Mariia Ivanovna Vodovozova, 1899. - Large 8vo. (2), IX, (1), IV, 480, VIII, (2) pp. With 2 plates (1 folding); 1 letterpress table folded. Original printed wrappers. Very rare first edition of Lenin's most important and substantial work, constituting his only genuine contribution to economics. Written while he was in exile in Siberia and published the year after his first publication, the book established Lenin's reputation as a major Marxist theorist. "'The Development of Capitalism in Russia' is an example of Lenin's acute observation of all facets of the Russian economy. Its detailed documentation of the peculiarities of Russian capitalism - peculiarities stemming from the 'simultaneous existence of the most advanced forms of industry and semi-medieval forms of agriculture' - provides a concrete answer to the questions of how it was possible for the October revolution to succeed twenty years later and to what it owed its specific features" (Walicki). "[E]ven to this day the only comprehensive economic history of a country from a Marxist perspective" (The New Palgrave). 'The Development of Capitalism in Russia' was the result of tremendous research lasting more than three years. Lenin began intensive work on his book when in prison, soon after his arrest in connection with the case of the St. Petersburg "League of Struggle for the Emancipation of the Working Class", and finished it in the village of Shushenskoye where he lived in exile. He had, however, been gathering material for his book long before he began writing it. In his first letter from prison, dated January 2, 1896, Lenin wrote: "I have a plan that has occupied my mind considerably ever since I was arrested, increasingly so as time passes. I have long been engaged on an economic problem (that of the marketing of the products of manufacturing industry within the country), have selected some literature, drawn up a plan for its analysis and have even done some writing with a view to having my work published in book form, should its dimensions exceed those of a magazine article. I should be very unwilling to give up on the job, and am now, apparently, faced with the alternative of either writing it here or of abandoning it altogether." The draft of "The Development of Capitalism in Russia" was completed in August 1898. In a letter dated October 11, 1898, Lenin wrote: "I have finished drafting my markets, and I have begun to give them the finishing touches. The making of a fair copy will go on simultaneously, so that I have thought of sending it off in parts and of having it printed as it gets there in order to avoid delay; if they begin printing it in December, it might just be in time for this season." Much time was needed to give the manuscript the finishing touches and the job was completed at the end of January 1899. "The Development of Capitalism in Russia" came off the press at the end of March 1899, under the pseudonym of "Vladimir Ilyin." - Untrimmed and partly uncut in the original printed wrappers. Rebacked, preserving original printed spine lettering. Light soiling to extremities, occasional pencil markings, otherwise a fine and clean copy. Khronologicheskii ukazatel’ proizvedenii V. I. Lenina 269. OCLC 37919611. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Book of the Dead. Facsimiles

      1899. First Edition . BUDGE, E. A. Wallis. The Book of the Dead. Facsimiles of the Papyri of Hunefer, Anhai, Kerasher and Netchemet. London: British Museum, et al. [Harrison & Son], 1899. Elephant folio (15-1/2 by 23-1/2 inches), modern half burgundy morocco, raised bands, black morocco spine label. $2000.First edition of this collection of full-color elephant folio facsimiles of five critical papyri, containing “the funereal compositions upon which [Egyptians] depended for the means of attaining everlasting life.”These faithful facsimiles of Egyptian vignettes, hymns, chapters, and descriptive rubrics, together with their transcriptions in hieroglyphic type, comprise a source of extraordinary importance for the study of the Book of the Dead. With 35 facsimiles—20 in full color (17 of these double-page) and 15 black-and-white half-tones. Published as a supplement to the Papyrus of Ani, which appeared first in facsimile in 1890. Fine condition.

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        Writings of Mark Twain

      1899. Signed. TWAIN, Mark. The Writings of Mark Twain. Hartford: American Publishing Co., 1899-1907. Twenty-five volumes. Octavo, contemporary full brown morocco gilt, raised bands, elaborately gilt-decorated boards, red morocco gilt doublures, watered silk endpapers, top edges gilt, uncut and partly unopened. $39,000.Autograph edition, number 152 of 512 copies. This set with a manuscript page from The Gilded Age in Twain's hand tipped in to Volume X, a double signature on the limitation leaf, “S.L. Clemens (Mark Twain),” and an autograph letter tipped to the blank opposite the limitation page, declining to invest in a company because of his efforts ghostwriting President Grant's memoirs.Leaves of the Gilded Age manuscripts of Twain and Warner were sometimes bound into sets of the Edition de Luxe, and especially the 512 sets called the ""Autograph Edition."" Twain's manuscript leaf, from pages 40-41 of the second volume of The Gilded Age, reads: ""…and likely to be vastly more so in a little while. Consequently, she was much courted and as much envied. Her wealth attracted many suitors. From the noble order of the Parvenus and a few from each of the other orders. These Perhaps they came to worship her. Some of the ablest men of the time succumbed to her fascinations. She frowned upon no lover when he made his first advances; but by and by On the contrary she led him and by every means in her power with when was hopelessly enthralled, he learned from her own lips that she had formed"" [a resolution never to marry]. The autograph letter, dated ""Elmira, July 28,"" reads: ""My Dear G—. Mr. Scandlin evidently has a good business, but you are aware that with so enormous an enterprise as General Grant's book on my hands I am not in a shape to go hunting up investments. I don't know where you are, but I'll send this to Mt. Vernon. Truly Yours, S.L. Clemens."" Twain was working on ghostwriting Grant's memoirs in 1885, the same year that Huckleberry Finn was first published in America.This superb set contains all of Twain's work, including novels, essays and sketches. Each volume with a tissue-guarded frontispiece and a vignette title page. With over 100 tissue-guarded plates, including etchings by W. H. W. Bicknell and photogravures from photographs and from drawings by Peter Newell, E. W. Kemble, B. West Clinedinst, Dan Beard, W. T. Smedley, F. M. Senior, F. T. Merrill, F. Luis Mora, E. H. Garrett, J. G. Brown, F. V. DuMond, and others. These plates were used for the first time in this set and again in various later editions issued by the American Publishing Company (see BAL 3456). Fine condition. A beautiful set.

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        Der Abenteurer und die S

      Berlin, - 1899 - 50 S. OB

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        Finely decorated menu for "The Household Luncheon" (1819-1901, Queen of Great Britain)]

      1899 - listing the courses in French - the menu includes fish, lamb, beef, chicken, salads and puddings, 1 side 8vo with a coloured vignette of Windsor at the head with the Queen's monogram on either side and a blue, gold and red border with the lion and unicorn at the head, Windsor, 20th November

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        Catherine de Medicis.

      Paris: printed and engraved for Goupil & Cie. by Jean Boussod, Manzi, Joyant & Cie., 1899 - Folio (322 x 250 mm). Full burgundy morocco by Lucien Durvand, elaborately gilt with panels to the boards incorporating strapwork, fleur-de-lys, and a central roundel with Catherine and Henri II's conjoined ciphers within a wreath of twined olive branches and a banderolle bearing Catherine's motto "Bringing light and peace of mind" in Greek, all on a sem

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        PARC DE POLANGEN, 1899. Original hand-colored drawing by a student at L'Ècole Nationale d'Horticulture Versailles.

      ( Versailles) 1899. A colorful and detailed  hand drawn plan of Edouard André's  Parc de Palangen (Polangen in German) prepared  by a student at the Ècole Nationale d'Horticulture, Versailles, where André served as the first chair of landscape architecture beginning in 1890. The resort of Palanga, then in Russia, now Lithuania, was developed by the family of the Polish Count Feliks Tyszkiewicz. It was Tyszkiewicz who engaged André in building the park grounds around his chateau between 1897 and 1907. André worked with Alphand and Haussman in the extensive re-planning of Paris and later developed an international reputation for designing gardens in the style paysagère and later in the style mixte, characterised by the combination of classical and landscape elements as demonstrated at Palanga. "A sa mort en 1911, son oeuvre est considerée comme capitale parmi ses contemporains. Ses parcs surtout en sont une preuve encore aujourd'hui; Sefton Park, La Couronne verte de Luxembourg, les parcs de Lituanie, mais aussi les très,nombreux parcs privés témoignent de la force de ses compositions qui s'appuient sur les structures végétalesé et de l'immense activité déployée  par ce grand travailleur." (Racine et al CREATEURS DE JARDINS ET DE PAYSAGES EN FRANCE DU XIXe AU XXIe SIÈCLE. p. 54). The accomplished student drawing by Gauberti  follows closely to Andre's own plan (as shown in Racine et al. CREATEURS DE JARDINS...  p.53)  and locates the palace, basins, rosarium and greenhouses in colourful detail, along with suggestions of diverse planting of masses of trees and shrubs. The winding paths in the style paysagère interconnect the more formal elements in a graceful unity.  A few minor additions and modifications suggest that this plan was prepared a few years after the one attributed to André.  Few illustrations of this park at its heyday remain. Palanga exists today as a botanical garden.  45.2 x 60cm.; hand-colored plan on a pencilled grid, with legend and title in black ink. Signed by Gauberti Original hand-colored plan on a pencilled grid executed is bright fresh colors; closed tear less than one inch on left edge, not affecting illustration; some nicks along edges. .

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        The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Hardcover)

      The American Publishing Company, Hartford, CT 1899 - Later printing. A bright, sharp early edition of the American classic, nicer than most of the various later nineteenth century editions commonly found. Near Fine in blue boards with titles, rule, and embellishments in gilt and black. Book plate to the front pastedown. Light rubbing to some of the gilt and the extremities, with a touch of fading to the spine panel. Collation available on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Stereoskopisch-Photographischer Atlas der pathologischen Anatomie des Herzens und der größeren Blutgefässe. In fünfzig Lichtdrucktafeln nach Originalaufnahmen.

      Mchn., Lehmann 1899.. 19 x 9, 5 x 6, 5 cm. 42 S. (Textheft), 50 Stereoskop-Aufnahmen. OLn.-Schachtel. In sehr gutem Zustand. EA. Georg Schmorl (1861-1932), deutscher Pathologe. Im Rahmen seiner Tätigkeit als Leiter des pathologischen Institutes des Krankenhauses Dresden-Friedrichstadt erweiterte Schmorl die dort bereits seit 1849 bestehende Sammlung anatomisch-pathologischer Präparate und baute diese zu einer der größten naturwissenschaftlichen Sammlungen im Königreich Sachsen aus.

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        Hamlet. With an introduction & notes by John Dennis & illustrations by Byam Shaw.

      London: George Bell & Sons, 1899 - Octavo (142 x 95 mm). Original brown sheep by Chiswick Art Workers's Guild, titles to spine gilt in compartments, semé of dots gilt, title and floral decoration in relief, single rule frame gilt to rear cover, edges green with gilt pattern, marbled endpapers. Gift inscription to front free binder's blank, further note to colophon. Light rubbing to tips, small mark to foot of rear panel, light foxing to prelims and endmatter; an excellent copy. Illustrated title page in red and black, with decorative headers and 6 full page illustrations. The Chiswick Press edition, with the binding designed by renowned mural painter Gerald Moira. With a laid in note on the binding, referencing the The Art Journal, 1898. A handsomely bound and uncommon edition, with only 10 copies listed on OCLC.

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        CONNAISSANCES NÉCESSAIRES À UN BIBLIOPHILE... Cinquième Èdition... Paris, Édouard Rouveyre Éditeur, 1899.

      1899.

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        Splendid collection of 27 Autograph Letters Signed (Mary Henrietta, 1860-1901, Traveller, Ethnologist and Author)

      1899 - (5 of them lacking a side or two at the beginning or end), written on her return from her second West African journey till shortly before she went out as a nurse to South Africa, the greater number to George William NEVILLE in Putney, (d. 1929, formerly with Elder Dempster, and the first Lagos manager of the Bank of British West Africa), and Mrs Neville, those to Mr Neville include an important discussion about 'Nana' (Nanna OLOMU, deposed as 'indirect rule' governor of what is now most of the Delta State of Nigeria), in social and economic terms, suggesting Nanna might be amenable to building a new town for himself and his people and provide labour for Mr Swanzy's mines, she bares her heart over the alcohol question, missionaries, amateur officials, her feelings about native Africans, always with deep knowledge and her unconventional brand of common sense, other letters deal with interviews, lectures and articles, on one of which her uncle William Bailey suggests she "emigrate not later than the 25th", others again with the calls on her energy by relations, all written in Mary's inimitable humorous style even under the most trying conditions, and with her remarkable ability to 'network', with a press cutting of the memorial, 1901, to her at Eversley, and a letter identifying the recipient of two of the letters as Grant Reid, editor of the Aberdeen 'Northern Figaro', Mary's letters 54 sides 8vo., 100 Addison Road and 32 St. Mary Abbots Terrace, Kensington, 11th October 1895 - 20th September We have not come across any mention of the Neville correspondence. Mr Neville had a fine collection of artefacts, which Mary urges him not to lend (e.g. to ethnologist Ling Roth) but to keep intact. Of Neville's account of Nanna Olomu, she writes "it is the most important document that so far has come into my hands, because behind every paragraph of it I see my beloved native law". She takes the new Bishop of Sierra Leone (John Taylor Smith) to see them before he goes out in 1897, and asks if Mr Neville's friend "the black Bishop" (Isaac OLUWOLE, (1852-1932, Assistant Bishop at Lagos, from 1893, previously head of the grammar school there) "is still in London". Mary writes to them in increasingly affectionate terms, and in 1899 is intent on finding a house for them near her address in Kensington. Checklist (all 8vo). From 100 Addison Road: 1. 11th October 1895, 1 side, to 'Dear Madam'. "It is a comfort to get in touch with anyone who is not a mere vulture after copy", and suggesting dates. 2. 23rd December 1895, 2 sides, to 'Dear Madam'. Saying a friend has carried off 'The Queen' but lending some cuttings which are "near the truth", she will be "very glad to see you unprofessionally" any Saturday. 3. n.d. c. 1895, 2 sides, to Mrs Neville. "Thank you for the very pleasant afternoon . I reached home in a succession of omnibi" which she describes with Latin names, "I am talking like this because I have caught it from the Lady learned in butterflies who has been here going on in this awful way . for hours - the coralinne man did not come. The butterfly lady" says he usually gets lost "as soon as he gets out of the museum", enclosing a proof [not present] and asking if she and Mr Neville as "a great favour" will "put a pencil through those parts you disapprove of & add anything you think ought to be said". 4. 21st January 1896, 2 sides, to Mrs Neville. "Tell Mr Neville [he] has not seen half the palaver yet", and enclosing "the article on my letter" [not present], "I shall get into an awful row when the National Review comes out, my uncle [William Bailey] advises my emigrating not later than the 25th". 5. 12th June 1896, last side only, no addressee. "I will be waiting here or come to you whichever suits you best". 6. 16th June 1896, 2 sides, to Mrs Neville. Explaining that she has had "desperate alarms and excursions over my Brother [Charles]" who has arrived safe on the Oceana, a "charming letter from Sir Gilbert Carter [Governor of Lagos, 18 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        THE CHILDRENS WONDERLAND. (sic.)Verses by H. M. Burnside. Pen & Ink Illustrations by Florence Hardy.

      Seven full-colour wheel illustrations operated by ribbon pulls, and other illustrations within the text. Original cloth-backed pictorial boards. Original pictorial wrapper. Some creasing and small areas of loss to wrapper; else a near fine copy of a superb moveable in a modern slipcase. Rare in such pristine condition.

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        Der Sporn in seiner Formen-Entwicklung

      Zschille, R. und R. Forrer, Der Sporn in seiner Formen-Entwicklung. OLwd.-Mappe. Folio. Standard-Tafelwerk zum Thema. - Zum "Sporn" erschien 1899 noch ein zweiter Teil mit weit. 10 Tafeln. Tlw. etw. stockfl., die Mappe beschädigt. Mit Wappen-Exlibris von Haugk.

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        Hunting-Crop Hall and other stories.

      George Redway, London. 1899 - First edition. Octavo. pp viii, 336. Illustrated by Randolph Caldecott. Green pictorial cloth with bevelled edges. Pieces by Sir Courtenay Boyle, Capt. R. Bird Thompson, Terence Le Smythe, T.H.S. Escott, et al.Contemporary (1903) ownership inscription on verso of frontispiece. Edges spotted. Tail of spine and corners slightly scuffed. Very good. Very scarce: Copac lists no copy in any of the deposit libraries in the U.K. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Stiftungen-Buch. Abschrift sämtlicher Stiftbriefe der Pfarrkirche zu Neulerchenfeld.

      Wien, [1766-1899]. - (1), 206 SS. (nummeriert), (4). Eh. Abschrift der Stiftungsbriefe. Marmorierter Halblederband. Folio. Abschrift sämtlicher Stiftungsbriefe der Pfarrkirche zu Neulerchenfeld aus den Jahren 1766-1899. Das Gotteshaus "Zur schmerzhaften Mutter Gottes" war Mittelpunkt der sich nach der verheerenden Pestepidemie von 1713 wieder vergrößernden Gemeinde im heutigen Wiener Bezirk Ottakring. - Einband berieben und mit Fehlstellen. Gelenke teilweise geplatzt, Rückenbezug berieben. Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, gut leserlich. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PORTVGALIA. Materiaes para o estudo do povo portuguez. Pola Grey.

      - [Tomo primeiro - Fasciculos 1 a 4. 1899-1903. Tomo segundo - fasciculos 1 a 4. 1905-1908]. Director: Ricardo Severo. Redactor em chefe: Rocha Peixoto. Secretario: Fonseca Cardoso. Oficinas da «Imprensa moderna». Porto. 1899-1908. Obra completa constando de 8 fascículos encadernados em 2 volumes de 28x21 cm. Com [x], 886, [ii] + [iv], 698, [ii] págs. Publicação muito ilustrada, com numerosas gravuras de objectos encontrados em sítios arqueológicos, no texto e em extratexto, com folhas desdobráveis, aprensentando também fototipias impressas sobre papel muito encorpado. Encadernações da época com lombadas em pele. Impressão em elegantes caracteres sobre papel muito encorpado de elevada qualidade. Exemplar com titulo de posse oleográfico de [Pe]Manuel J. Telles. Obra especialmente importante pelo elevado nível dos colaboradores literários entre outros: Sousa Viterbo, Teófilo Braga, Adolfo Coelho, Alberto Sampaio, Basílio Teles, José Joaquim Nunes e os colaboradores artísticos como Aurélia de Sousa. Trabalho de grande qualidade que reúne um vasto conjunto de informações sobre o povo português nomeadamente do âmbito da paletnologia, palenografia, antropologia, antropometria, etnografia, folclore, arqueologia e história. Location/localizacao: SACO RN5

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        Dot and the Kangaroo.

      London: Thomas Burleigh, 1899. Quarto, portrait frontispiece and 19 full-page black & white illustrations by Frank Mahony; original red cloth with patterned endpapers. 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'. Front board a little rubbed, yet a very good copy.

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