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        Just So Stories For Little Children Ilustrated By The Author

      London, Macmillan and Co. Ltd., 1902., 1902. First Edition. Large Octavo. Publisher's decorative red cloth boards, depicting notable incidents from the stories. With illustrations by the author. Near fine copy. Trivial wear to cloth front edge, spine slightly faded, internally clean with minor spotting to endpapers. Stewart [260]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        A Persian pearl and other essays

      Chicago: C.L. Ricketts. 1902. "First trade edition of the author's first book, 8vo, pp. 160, [1]; title within decorative border printed in red, decorative initials printed in red; a fine copy in orig. white cloth-backed decorative paper-covered boards, t.e.g., retaining the original printed dust-jacket, with loss at the top and bottom of the spine, along the rear joint, and at the lower edge of both front and back panels, but with no loss of letterpress. Darrow's first book, first published by the Roycrofters in 1899 and here commercially printed for C.L. Ricketts by R.R. Donnelley and Sons at the Lakeside Press, Chicago. Among the essays are those on Robert Burns and Walt Whitman."

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books]
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        A Portfolio of Royal Descents

      London: Phillimore & Co. G - : in Good (minus) condition. Cover rubbed and bumped with edge fading. Spine and titles faded with two inch by one inch chip at base with joint. Inner hinges cracked but contents tight. Heraldic bookplate of James Watts on paste-down 'Fide sed cui Vide'. Fore and lower edge untrimmed. Teg. Contents VG. 1902. Printed for Private Circulation. Red/gilt hardback cloth cover with bevelled edges. 470mm x 290mm (19" x 11"). 89pp. Coats of Arms and facsimile signatures. Printed for Private Circulation. Volume provides a series of 89 descents from the Royal Houses of England and Scotland. Includes in most cases a facsimile of the signature whose descent is traced out, whilst on the opposite page is given, in the case of armorial families an engraving of the arms borne. The pedigree at the beginning of the volume shows the descent of Edward III from most of the Royal Houses of Europe and consequently the early ancestry of nearly all those whose genealogies given in the work. Heraldic bookplate of James Watts 'Fide sed cui Vide' on the paste-down. N.B.: Heavy volume-shipping supplement applies-please ask for shipping quote stating country of destination. .

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
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        The Raven by Quarles

      Cleveland: (Jos. Leon Gobeille), 1902. Perdue, Robert H.. Small quarto. (30)pp. One of 93 copies printed on Japan. With illustrations from pen-and-ink drawings by Robert H. Perdue. This is a reproduction in smaller format of a folio version issued by Perdue in 1900 in an edition of five copies. According to a letter laid into this copy from the publisher, Gobielle, the reproduction was made from Gobielle's own copy and only forty-three copies of his edition would be made available for sale. Perdue's atmospheric illustrations are accompanied by a set of proofs in sanguine on "rice paper." Aside from a slight crease to lower corner of text block and slight marginal toning to the first proof, this is a nearly fine copy in publisher's plain self-wrappers. Order form and envelope laid in.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        Webster's Improved Game Book or Register of Game Killed and Disposed of

      Webster and Compy., 60, Piccadilly, W., London 1902 - Printed ledger, 136 pp., accomplished in black ink in a neat hand on 95 pp. 1 vols. Oblong 8vo. Record of shooting partridge, pheasant, hare, pigeon, and the occasional woodcock; with notes of ferreting and a few seasons' salmon fishing, covering sport on several Scottish estates: Charlesfield, Gask, Auchterader, Perthshire (1889-1899); Strobhall, Perthshire (1900-1902); and Bachilton, Perthshire (1889-1902).The total bag was nearly 3,000, including 1267 partridge, 863 pheasants, 232 hares, and 275 rabbits. Kept in a meticulous hand, identifying members of the shooting parties, places, and occasional remarks on weather and conditions. There is a separate record of pheasants reared and shot at Gask and Stobhall at end.A single page records salmon and grilse taken at a dozen pools on an unidentified stretch of river (the Earn, near Gask, perhaps?) in seven seasons.Signed by Ernest Moon on verso of flyleaf. Original half dark green morocco and marbled endsheets. Minor surface rubbing, else very good Printed ledger, 136 pp., accomplished in black ink in a neat hand on 95 pp. 1 vols. Oblong 8vo [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Amori et dolori sacrum La mort de Venise EDITION ORIGINALE Grand papier ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Félix Juven, 1902. Fine. Félix Juven, Paris s.d. (1902), 13x20,5cm, relié. - Edition originale, un des 30 exemplaires numérotés sur Holland papere, seuls grands papier avec 20 Japon.binding en demi maroquin chocolat à coins, spine à cinq nerfs, date dorée en queue, plats, gardes et contreplats de papier marbré, couvertures et spine conservés, tête dorée sur témoins, élégante binding signée de Devauchelle.Notre exemplaire est enrichi d'une lettre autographe signée d'une page de l'auteur à en tête de la chambre des députés.Bel exemplaire, à toutes marges, parfaautograph dedication of the authorent établi par Devauchelle. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 30 exemplaires numérotés sur Hollande, seuls grands papier avec 20 Japon. Reliure en demi maroquin chocolat à coins, dos à cinq nerfs, date dorée en queue, plats, gardes et contreplats de papier marbré, couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée sur témoins, élégante reliure signée de Devauchelle. Notre exemplaire est enrichi d'une lettre autographe signée d'une page de l'auteur à en tête de la chambre des députés. Bel exemplaire, à toutes marges, parfaitement établi par Devauchelle.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        THE RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM The Astronomer Poet of Persia Rendered into English Verse by Edward Fitzgerald The Four editions with the original prefaces and notes

      Macmillan & Co. Ltd. London. 1902. Reprint of the 1899 edition. 8vo. (8.2 x 5.8 inches). iv, 290pp. Finely bound, by Riviere and Son for the Army and Navy store, in early full dark green morocco. Spine and front board with decorative floral design and lettered in gilt. Gilt ruled border on boards and spine. Board edges with single gilt rule. Inner board edges with two ruled and one dotted line borders and floral corner pieces. Marbled endpapers. Top edge gilt. Previous owner has written a date (27-06-08) on front blank endpaper. Spine is uniforlmly darkened to brown but the gilt is still bright and sharp. Some minor foxing to the blank endpapers but the text pages are clean throughout. Overall a lovely copy in a highly decorative early twentieth century fine leather binding.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Of Gardens, an essay

      London: Hacon and Ricketts. 1902. Limited ed. Hardcover. Fine. 1902. One of 226 copies. Hardcover, small 8vo., paper-backed boards. Printed at the Eragny Press in red and green on Arnold paper and designed by Pissaro. Fine with minimal fading to the spine.

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB]
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        The Hound of the Baskervilles

      London: George Newnes, Limited,, 1902. Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. Octavo. Original red cloth, spine gilt lettered and decorated, front cover gilt lettered and decorated and with hound in black silhouette. Housed in a custom black cloth slipcase. Frontispiece and 15 plates by Sidney Paget. Ownership signature to front free endpaper. Spine slightly faded, boards gently bowed, tips a little rubbed, hinges cracked but holding. A very good copy. First edition in book form, first impression. The Hound was Sherlock Holmes "comeback" novel after his shocking demise on the Reichenbach Falls stunned his loyal Victorian readership. When first serialised in the Strand Magazine in 1901 it was a feverish success, with queues at the publisher's office and throughout the country.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Hound of The Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes

      London: George Newnes, 1902 Illustrated by Sidney Paget. First edition, first printing. Publisher's decorative red cloth binding designed by Alfred Garth Jones, with poster-style hound illustration in black and gilt to the front board, Art Nouveau decorative tooling to the front board and spine, lettered in gilt. Very good or better, with some light rubbing to the extremities, some soiling to the spine and boards, bright gilt, spine slightly tender, some light spotting to the page edges and endpapers, bookseller's embossed stamp to the front free endpaper, a few scattered spots to the otherwise clean pages. Green and Gibson A26a. Originally published serially in the Strand Magazine between August 1901 and April 1902, The Hound of the Baskervilles is Doyle's third novel to feature his detective character Sherlock Holmes. Like his previous two Holmes novels, The Hound of the Baskervilles is illustrated with black and white illustrations by Sidney Paget. The author had intended his second Holmes novel, The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes (1894), which concludes with "The Final Problem," a story that ends with Holmes falling to his death at the Reichenbach Falls after fighting with his arch nemesis Professor Moriarty, to be the final appearance of Sherlock Holmes. After much public demand, Doyle revived his character with The Hound of the Baskervilles, the most popular of the Holmes canon, which purports to be an episode earlier in the detective's career, chronologically prior to "The Final Problem." The story tells of a murder mystery at the Baskerville Hall country house that involves the Baskerville family's superstition surrounding a hellhound myth. The plot was largely inspired by Doyle's golfing holiday at Cromer in Norfolk in the spring of 1901, where he spent time with a young journalist friend named Bertram Fletcher Robinson, who told Doyle a legend about a haunting ghost hound in the moors of Dartmoor. The success of The Hound of the Baskervilles directly contributed to Doyle's resurrection of Holmes in The Return of Sherlock Holmes, in which Doyle explains how the master detective survived such an enormous fall. Alfred Garth Jones (1872-1955) was an English artist, illustrator, and book designer. Known primarily for his woodcuts, pen and ink line drawings, and watercolors, Jones' style is hallmarked by his bold, thick lines and his Art Nouveau aesthetic. Trained in both Manchester and Paris, Jones created many types of book art, including illustrations, bookplates, binding designs, and page decorations.. Illus. by Paget, Sidney; Jones, Alfred Garth. 1st Edition.. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

      London, Longmans. 1902., 1902. Colonial Edition. 8vo. Publisher's decorated green cloth titled and embellished in gilt and black to spine and front board. heavily rubbed, bumped and slightly shaken, neverthless strong. Pale green Longmans endpapers, internally clean with peculiar erroneous half-title naming the book as the Last Adventures. Protected by a tailor made blue cloth slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        The Devonshire Edition. The Complete Works

      New York: George D. Sproul,, 1902. 30 volumes, octavo (210 x 140 mm). Publisher's deluxe binding of green half morocco, decorative gilt spines, marbled sides, top edges gilt, untrimmed, marbled endpapers. Plates by Seymour, Cruikshank, H. K. Browne and others. Spines sunned. A handsome set. The attractive Devonshire Edition of Dickens, limited to 1,000 numbered sets, issued by the New York publisher George D. Sproul, who specialised in de luxe editions of major authors.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Just So Stories

      London: Macmillan and Co. Limited, , 1902. Octavo. Finely bound in mid 20th-century red full crushed morocco by Bayntun Rivière, titles and decoration gilt to spine separated by raised bands, single rule to boards gilt with pictorial block to front gilt, decoration gilt to turn-ins, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. With 12 black and white illustrations by the author. Excellent condition. First edition, first impression. A particularly handsome copy.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Works.

      New York: George D. Sproul, 1902 - 12 volumes, octavo (206 x 140 mm). Finely bound in contemporary green morocco, spines and boards elaborately gilt in a floral pattern with pink and yellow morocco Tudor roses inlaid to centre and cornerpieces of boards, raised bands and gilt titles direct to spines, richly gilt floral turn-ins, red morocco doublures with white morocco inlaid roses, marbled extra endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Spines uniformly faded to brown, occasional minor scuffs, faint toning to fore and bottom edges of text blocks. An excellent set. Colour frontispiece and three black and white plates to each volume, all with captioned tissue guards and in double suites (additional frontispieces in black and white state and illustrations printed on India proof paper and mounted). The Hand-Made Edition. Deluxe limited edition of 150 sets, of which this is number 10. A very handsomely bound set of the works of Tobias Smollett.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Travel and Sport in Africa. In 3 volumes.

      London, Arthur L. Humphreys, 1902,. in-4to, (33x27 cm), 1) XVII + 359 p., + 21 b/w photograv. plates + 32 colourplates + coloured. folded map / 2) XII + 1 leaf + 314 p. + 20 colourplates + 11 b/w. photograv. plates + 1 large folded cold. map / 3) X + 6 b/w. photogr. plates + 1 facsimile + 6 cold. plates +1 folded cold. map, some stains mainly in the beginning or the end of the volumes, generally a clean and fresh copy printed on fine paper, small legacy stamp on first fly 'Guggisberg', publisher's clothbound. Spine covered with white cloth (dust-stained), covers 3/4 green cloth, a good sound binding with gilt lettering on spine and initials AE gilt on frontcover. Topedge gilt.. Vol. I: Algeria and the Sahara (map of Algeria Tunesia & the Sahara) - Somaliland - Tribes - Pease's Game List. / Vol. II: Somaliland cont. - The Sahara. / Vol. III: Abyssinia. All volumes richly illustrated in-text and with large descriptions on hunting, accidents, housing, locals and their customs.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

      [Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.]
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        The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table; The Professor at the Breakfast-Table; The Poet at the Breakfast-Table

      London: Dent 1902 - 3 volume set, 7.25 inches tall. A charming set in a most attractive golden goat skin with gilt raised bands, gilt floral tooling in the art nouveau style in the panels. All edges git. With full page illustrations and vignettes by H.M. Brock throughout. A fine set of the most celebrated work of this great American writer and reformer. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: McConnell Fine Books ABA & ILAB]
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        Denslow's Night Before Christmas

      G. W. Dillingham Company, New York 1902 - Original tan cloth with color cover insert, red stamped lettering on cover and spine. Illustrated color endpapers and full-page color illustratiions throughout by W. W. Denslow. Second state covers. Expertly rebacked, near fine internally, covers clean and bright, scarce thus. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Nudelman Rare Books]
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        Denslow's Night Before Christmas

      New York: G. W. Dillingham Company, 1902. First edition. Original tan cloth with color cover insert, red stamped lettering on cover and spine. Illustrated color endpapers and full-page color illustratiions throughout by W. W. Denslow. Second state covers. Expertly rebacked, near fine internally, covers clean and bright, scarce thus.

      [Bookseller: Nudelman Rare Books ]
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        Youth: A Narrative and Two Other Stories (Heart of Darkness)

      William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London 1902 - First Edition, First Printing with a photograph of Joseph Conrad taking a sun sight with a sextant on the bridge of the Tuscania, on his trip to America in April, 1923. An attractive copy bound in the original publisher's green cloth. The binding is tight with minor wear to the edges. The pages are clean with a nice bookplate to the pasted endpaper. There is NO writing or marks in the book. A lovely copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION with the 32-page advertisement at rear, dated 10/02. Includes a custom clamshell slipcase for preservation. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        PRIVATE LOG Of GEO. O. ROGERS, Master of U.S.A.F. "Kilpatrick." From Dec 31st 1898 to Sept. 2nd 02.

      (v. p.): 1898 - 1902. 201 numbered pages of lined paper. The 'Kilpatrick' began life as the SS Michigan, beginning service in September 1891 as a cargo vessel with limited passenger accomodation. In 1898, she was sold to the US government, to act as a military transport during the war. She was capable of hauling 840 men, and 800 horses. While not an active participant in the Spanish American war, she did subsequent duty in transport service to the PI, as this log documents. Capt Rogers begins his entries Saturday Dec. 31st 1898, noting relief of Cap. Jeffreys, taking command of U.S.A.F. Michigan, departing for Havana at 9 pm. The final entry is Sept. 2nd, 02, noting position/course details of a "Manila to Frisco" run. This log a first-hand account of the ship's life, recording location, etc. Details of the Captain's or crew's life are, for the most part, absent. That being said, it is a unique historical document that provides daily facts of the ship, it's activities & its location. General wear, with spotting to boards, which are bowed. A VG copy.

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books]
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        L'Aube fraternelle. Manuscrit.

      - L'Aube fraternelle. Manuscrit de 96 ff. in-8, collés sur des feuillets de papier vergé reliés en un vol. in-4, demi-chagrin bleu marine, dos à faux nerfs. (CN26) L'Aube fraternelle d'Émile Moselly (pseudonyme d'Émile Chénin) parut dans le deuxième cahier de la quatrième série des Cahiers de la Quinzaine, le 23 octobre 1902 (intitulé Cahier de la Toussaint). Ces impressions romancées sont présentées comme le journal d'un étudiant effectuant son service militaire, et mort de pneumonie : le cahier trouvé dans son paquetage par le médecin-major contient, en trois parties (L'Arrivée, Au camp, Au fort), le récit sensible - et très certainement autobiographique - d'un temps d'armée au tout début du XXe siècle. Le manuscrit porte des annotations de la main de Péguy, au crayon bleu, destinées à l'imprimeur. Sur quatre feuillets liminaires ont été disposées des pièces d'archives se rapportant à l'ouvrage : un télégramme et trois lettres de Chénin (Moselly) à Charles Péguy et trois lettres au destinataire inconnu. Les enveloppes adressées à Péguy sont conservées. Rappelons que l'auteur, mort très jeune (1870-1918) s'est attaché à décrire dans ses romans les us et coutumes de la Lorraine. Ses archives (manuscrits, épreuves corrigées) ont été données en 2007 à la ville de Nancy et sont déposées à la Bibliothèque municipale de la ville.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Jean-Etienne Huret]
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      - ROBINSON,W.HEATH. THE ADVENTURES OF UNCLE LUBIN. NY Brentanos 1902. 8vo, pictorial cloth stamped in blue, green and white, expertly recased else clean and VG+. First US edition of the first book written and illustrated by Robinson (same year as UK ed. and printed in Great Britain). Featuring color frontis, 55 full page b&w's and 72 vignettes plus pictorial endpapers. Entirely designed by Robinson, the story is a fantasy tale of Uncle Lubin's voyages and mishaps taken in balloons, boats, submarines etc., all constructed as Robinson's famous complicated contraptions. The text is often laid out in irregular format to fit around the vignettes. It was the publication of this book that brought Robinson to commercial success and this first edition is a rarity. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        ATLANTE ORNITOLOGICO. Uccelli Europei. Con notizie d'indole generale e particolare.

      Hoepli 1902 In - 4 p., leg. edit. in mz. pelle, piatto figur. a colori, pp. XIX,165 (prima parte); pp. XXV,566 (seconda parte). Questa celebre opera è illustrata da 210 disegni nel t. e da 50 tavv. in cromolitografia f.t., per lo più tratte dall'opera "Die Voegel Europas" di F. Arnold del 1897. Monografia sugli uccelli d'Europa, con descrizioni di ciascuna specie e sottospecie riconosciute dall'Autore (oltre 600). La prima parte e' dedicata a uno studio sulla struttura, distribuzione, migrazioni, ecc. degli uccelli; unita una bibliografia dell'ornitologia europea. "Edizione originale." Cfr. Zimmer,I,1902. Esemplare ben conservato. "Ettore Arrigoni degli Oddi (1867 - 1942) è stato uno dei migliori conoscitori della fauna ornitologica italiana e autore di più di duecento pubblicazioni. Fra le opere di carattere riassuntivo e di maggior mole si devono ricordare: 'Atlante ornitologico degli uccelli europei' (Milano 1902), 'Manuale di ornitologia italiana' (Milano 1904) e specialmente 'Ornitologia italiana' (Milano, 1929), opera fondamentale in cui sono compendiate con molta precisione e chiarezza le notizie essenziali sugli uccelli italiani. In essa si trova anche un'ampia bibliografia, che registra, fra le altre, quasi tutte le pubblicazioni dell'Arrigoni"". Cosi' Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, IV, p. 322. .

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        Scenes De La Vie De Boheme

      Paris: Librairie De La Collection Des Dix, 1902. Edited by A. Romagnol. Very good condition apparent brown crushed morocco bound book. Half title page with a statement of limitations on the verso - this volume being volume 208 and one of 75 copies printed on Arches "velin" paper. The title page is printed in black and red ink. Color engraved illustrations throughout finished in hand by Eugene Decisy after Charles Leandre. 414 pages followed by a table of contents followed by another title page followed by an illustration done in 5 different states on five different pages. On the verso of the last image there is another statement of limitations. The covers and spine show decorative gold gilt fillets. The top edges of the pages are gold gilt. Blue silk front end sheet followed by marbled end sheets, blue silk end paper proceeded by marbled end sheets. This is an ex library book with two library stamps on blank end sheets , a due date label on the same sheets and a card pouch. The spine shows remnants from the removal of a label. The book is tightly bound and square. The covers are clean. The corners show light rubbing wear and light rubbing wear is shown along the spine. The book pages are extremely bright , clean , notation and defect free (with the exceptions previously listed) The hand colored illustrations are extremely pleasing to the eye. These stories were eventually turned into a play - one of my favorites " La Boheme" . . First Thus. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. Illus. by Eugene Dicey and Charles Leandre. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

      [Bookseller: JPollard Bookseller]
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        Spanische Tänzerin / Zigeunerin, Portrait eine jungen Frau. Sie trägt ein goldflammendes Kopftuch, leicht um das schwarze Haar gelegt, goldener Ohrring und Ketten schmücken die junge Frau

      ., . 1902 - Öl / Leinwand, ober links signiert und datiert (19)02 Lwd. auf Rahmen 47 x 58 cm in altgoldenen üppigen Rahmen 66 x 75 cm, sauber gerahmtes Bild, Klein war Anfangs Schüler von Joseph Wopfner, Mitglied der Münchner und Berliner Sezession, als Maler wurde Klein mehrfach ausgezeichnet, stellte in der Münchner Galerie Joseph Brakl & Thannhauser mehrfach aus. . Sprache: de [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Novels of Samuel Richardson The works include: Clarissa Harlow, Pamela, Sir Charles Grandison With a Prefatory Note by Austin Dobson, and A Life and Introductions by Prof Wm Lyon Phelps

      London: William Heinemann, 1902., 1902. Limited Edition to 25 sets on Dutch hand-made paper with additional coloured plates, of which this is No.6. Complete in 20 volumes, large 8vo. Bound by Birdsall in full green calf with two brown title labels to spines with gilt box design to compartments, gilt panelling to boards, marbled end papers, top edges gilt other untrimmed. Original publisher's spine and upper board bound in at end of each book. With numerous illustrations in 2 states, engraved on paper and on vellum. All frontispieces have the vellum plate hand-coloured. Decorative title page printed on vellum to each volume. Binding slightly faded to spines, and lightly rubbed; some hand and tail bands repaired. Some foxing, browning to page edges mostly. Shows extremely well.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        The Works

      New York: George D. Sproul,, 1902. 12 volumes, octavo (206 x 140 mm). Finely bound in contemporary green morocco, spines and boards elaborately gilt in a floral pattern with pink and yellow morocco Tudor roses inlaid to centre and cornerpieces of boards, raised bands and gilt titles direct to spines, richly gilt floral turn-ins, red morocco doublures with white morocco inlaid roses, marbled extra endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Colour frontispiece and three black and white plates to each volume, all with captioned tissue guards and in double suites (additional frontispieces in black and white state and illustrations printed on India proof paper and mounted). Spines uniformly faded to brown, occasional minor scuffs, faint toning to fore and bottom edges of text blocks. An excellent set. The Hand-Made Edition. Deluxe limited edition of 150 sets, of which this is number 10. A very handsomely bound set of the works of Tobias Smollett.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Medicinisches Deutschland. Gallerie von Zeitgenossen auf dem Gebiete der medicinischen Wissenschaften.

      Berlin-Charlottenburg, Eckstein, [ca. 1902-1905].. Folio 46 x 32 cm. 2 Bl. (Titelblatt und Einleitung), 62 Porträttafeln (Heliogravuren) mit Textblättern. Mehrfarbig illustriertes Original-Ganzleinen, goldgeprägter Titel auf dem Vorderdeckel. Einband berieben und fleckig, hinteres Gelenk unten eingerissen. Wenige Tafeln im Rand etwas schmutzfleckig, meist sehr sauber. Eine Tafel beschnitten und gebräunt.. Großformatiges Prachtalbum mit photolithographischen Porträts führender, aber auch weniger bekannter Mediziner verschiedener Disziplinen. Der prachtvolle Einband rückseitig mit Prägestempel "Leipziger Buchbinderei-Aktiengesellschaft vormals Gustav Fritzsche K.S. Hofbuchbinder". Auf den Tafeln jeweils mit faksimilierter Unterschrift der Porträtierten, dazu Textblätter mit Kurzbiographie. Wie Vergleichsexemplare im Handel und in Bibliotheken zeigen, wurde das Galeriewerk zwischen 1901 und 1905 in unterschiedlicher (vermutlich Wunsch-) Zusammenstellung verbreitet. Daher ist jedes Exemplar fast ein Unikat. Unser Exemplar hat 62 Tafeln und zeigt Porträts von: Bernhard Bardenheuer (Köln), Christian G.H. Bäumler (Freiburg i.Br.), Ernst v. Bergmann (Berlin), August Bier (Greifswald), Fritz von Bramann (Halle a.d. Saale), Leopold Casper (Berlin), Vinzenz Czerny (Heidelberg), Paul Ehrlich (Frankfurt a.M.), Anton Freiherr von Eiselsberg (Wien), Karl Erasmus (Krefeld), Friedrich von Esmarch (Kiel), Hermann Fehling (Strassburg), Felix Franke (Braunschweig), Wilhelm Alexander Freund (Strassburg-Berlin), Heinrich Fritsch (Bonn), Carl Ludwig Fürstner (Strassburg), Carl Gerhardt (Berlin), Carl Gussenbauer (Wien), Ernst Haeckel (Jena), Eugen Hahn (Berlin), Alfred Hegar (Heidelberg), Ludwig Heusner (Barmen), A. Hoffa (Würzburg), Robert Koch (Berlin), Freiherr von Krafft-Ebing (Wien), Hermann Kümmell (Hamburg-Eppendorf), Adolf Kussmaul (Heidelberg), Oscar Lassar (Berlin), Christian Gerhard Leopold (Dresden), Wilhelm von Leube (Würzburg), Ernst von Leyden (Berlin), Erich Lexer (Berlin), Adolf Lorenz (Wien), Hermann Lucas (Trier), Otto Wilhelm Madelung (Strassburg), Julius von Michel (Berlin), Johann von Radecki-Mikulicz (Breslau), Albert Neisser (Breslau), Carl Harko von Noorden (Frankfurt a.M), Hermann Nothnagel (Wien), Maximilian Oberst (Halle a.d.S.), Robert Olshausen (Berlin), Albert Plücker (Wolffenbüttel), Adam Politzer (Wien), Louis Rehn (Frankfurt a.M.), Rudolf Renvers (Berlin), Bernhard Moritz Riedel (Jena), Josef Rotter (Berlin), Hermann Senator (Berlin), Eduard Sonnenburg (Berlin), Prof. Sprengel (Braunschweig), Max Schede (Bonn), Hans Schlange (Hannover), Carl Ludwig Schleich (Berlin), Martin B. Schmidt (Strassburg), Carl Schönborn (Würzburg), Gustav Albert Schwalbe (Strassburg), Adolf Strümpell (Erlangen), Rudolf Virchow (Berlin), Franz C.L.W. von Winckel (München), Georg Winter (Königsberg) und Oscar Witzel (Bonn). Die beschnittene Tafel war nach Angaben des Vorbesitzers zwischenzeitig gerahmt und zeigt den Trierer Chirurgen Hermann Lucas.

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        Prazske Ghetto. Spolecnou praci Ignata Herrmanna, Dra Jos. Teige a Dra Z. Wintra.

      Prag, Unie, 1902.. Quer Gr. 4° (35x25,5cm). Mit zahlreichen teils fotografischen und ganzseitigen Abbildungen sowie mehreren Farbtafeln. 3 Bl., 144 S., 4 Bl., illustr. Orig.-Ganzleinenband.. Einband schwach angeschmutzt. Einige untere Seitenecken leicht fingerfleckig. Insgesamt schönes und sauberes Exemplar.

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        Title page, frontispiece, and engraving

      Pear Tree Press, (Early 1900s). Three pieces illustrated by the Pear Tree Press's James Guthrie, two of which are inscribed in his hand. A hand-drawn, colored sketch of the title page to "The Floweret No. 1," dated 1902. Small corrections are evident, showing the course of changes made by Guthrie as he finalized the design. Together with a green and gold print of the frontispiece to "Six Poems," showing a cottage in the countryside. The illustration is tipped onto cream matting, to the back of which is inscribed a dedication to Guthrie's sister: "To Minnie, with love from Jamie." Also together with a black & white engraving of a dreary landscape, with dejected figures huddled under wind-bent trees and oppressive rain clouds. Inscribed to Pickford Robert Waller, an English designer and collector, in pencil below the image: "Voces Inpudantium. To Pickford Waller with love from James Guthrie." Light foxing to "Voces" not affecting image. Overall, a fine set of works in Guthrie's hand.

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        Stuart's Atlas of the State of Maine Including Statistics and Descriptions of its History, Educational system, Geology, Railroads, Natural Resources, Summer Resorts and Manufacturing Interests

      South Paris, Maine.: J.H. Stuart & Co.. 12th Edition.. 1902-03.. Folio volume 18.5 x 15 inches; 108 pages with handcolored maps on pages 20, 27-96 (single and double page tipped-in), and two additional unnumbered double-page color maps. The large folding map of the state (pp. 1-4) is MISSING. Joints are broken but still attached by cloth, spine has been clumsily repaired with heavy paper which has disintegrated over time. There is a 2.5 inch abraded area along the cover's top edge; corners are bumped. An approximately 1.5 by 2.25 inch irregularly shaped stain to the front cover has penetrated the first 22 pp of the volume (the text section), gradually becoming smaller as it soaked through the pages until it is no longer visible. It appears as a small light spot (.5 inch circle) on only one map (Rail Road Map of Maine with Watershed Map of Maine on verso). There is a very light line of dampstaining to the lower right edge of the first pages, not affecting any text or map. Several areas of the Rail Road Map are marked by red pencil check marks. There are two tiny (.5 x .25 inch) spots in the margin of the map of Oxford county (#71). Overall the maps are in very good condition, clean and bright, with hand coloring. Two attractive double page Gray maps are at the rear of the volume (New Map of the United States and New Map of the World in Hemispheres) followed by a Directory of significant "Business Firms and Professional Men" to be found in Maine. Overall, a desirable item at an attractive price with contents chiefly in very good condition. .

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        The History of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Manch

      Edinburgh - John Grant 1902 - An attractively-bound four volume edition of one of the most well-renowned works of Spanish literature. Illustrated throughout withthirty-seven engraved tissue-guarded plates. Don Quixote is considered the most influential work of literature from the Spanish Golden Age and the entire Spanish literary canon. As a founding work of modern Western literature, and one of the earliest canonical novels, it regularly appears high on lists of the greatest works of fiction ever published. The novel's structure is in episodic form. It is written in the picaresco style of the late 16th century, and features reference other picaresque novels including Lazarillo de Tormes and The Golden Ass. The full title is indicative of the tale's object, as ingenioso (Spanish) means quick with inventiveness marking the transition of modern literature from Dramatic to thematic unity. The novel takes place over a long period of time, including many adventures all united by common themes of the nature of reality, reading, and dialogue in general. Complete in four volumes. Condition: Rebound inhalf-morocco bindings. Externally, very smart. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright, and quite clean, with just some foxing to the first and last few pages. Overall: NEAR FINE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Defense of Fishermen

      Princeton, New Jersey: Privately printed [by John H. Finley], 1902. One of 60 copies, "LX Exemplarum in Usum Amicorum". Photographic frontispiece of the former President fishing, red vignette of fish on title page. Title page and first page of text printed in red and black. [6], 13, [7] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original green cloth, titled on upper cover in gilt. With the embossed blindstamp of Zane Grey on the front flyleaf. About fine, short closed tear in last blank, another blank leaf with loss of bottom corner. Custom half morocco slipcase and chemise. Original Presentation from the Printer; from Zane Grey's Library The text of this essay by President Cleveland originally appeared as an article in The Saturday Evening Post. With a note sending this copy to W.C. Brown from John H. Finley on his notecard of the Office of the President of the College of the City of New York. "I have tried several times to find you in but in vain. I now send you belated greetings for the new year with this little book of my own printing." The printed list of recipients at the back of the book includes "W.C. Brown, who fishes best with telegraph poles and trunk lines." Finley was professor at Princeton from 1900 to 1903, during which time he printed this edition of his friend Grover Cleveland's musings on fishing and fishermen. Finley then became president of the College of the City of New York, serving from 1903 to 1913; Grover Cleveland gave an address at Finley's investiture in September 1903. With a receipt from McLean's Book Shop of Pasadena to Zane Grey, dated August 8, 1925 (trimmed at right margin). An excellent copy of this rare volume, with a note from the printer to the original recipient, and with outstanding later provenance. Wetzel p. 124 ("a sumptuous edition"); Bruns C-123 (from Wetzel)

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        Sonnets From the Portuguese

      Boston: Small, Maynard and Company, 1902. First edition thus. Elegantly bound by "E. G." (signed in gilt pallet rear dentelle and dated 1907) in full maroon crushed morocco with bold gilt heart-shaped petal design on all four corners on both covers, gilt dots and ruling, with similar motif on spine and with vertical lettering in one compartment, similar gilt dentelles. This copy expertly hand-illumined, with bold metalic gold on every page for each initial letter (designed by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue), in many colors, including title page and colophon. We have not found an attribution for the signed binding, which may have been done by a member of the Craftsman's Guild of Boston who were known to also do fine hand-coloring of special volumes. Most rare and quite beautiful. Fine.

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        The Pothunters

      London: Adam & Charles Black,, 1902. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine and cup design to spine and front board in silver. Frontispiece and 9 plates. Spine slightly sunned, extremities a touch rubbed, minor wear to corners and spine ends, prelims and endmatter foxed, occasional spotting to margins of text block. A very good copy with gilding still bright. First edition, first impression, of the author's rare first book. The first issue in blue cloth with silver lettering and cup designs. Loosely inserted together with the original envelope is an autograph letter signed by Wodehouse to Leslie Mead, a British author living in Buenos Aires. The letter, dated 19 September 1936, finds Wodehouse discussing publication of The Pothunters in some detail: "Dear Mr. Mead, Thank you for your letter. The Pothunters was my first book & I imagine only a very small number of copies were published ?- at a venture I should say 1000. It started as a serial in the Public School Magazine and I had to condense the third instalment, as the magazine ceased publication. (I mean I had to condense for the 3rd instalment ?- cramming about 40,000 words into 5000!). I am so glad you like my books. I am slowly collecting material for another Ukridge volume. I have seven stories & need ten for a book. I have just written another, which will appear in The Strand sometime in 1937. Yours, P. G. Wodehouse." With the bookplate of Mead to front pastedown, and the bookplate of British bibliophile Douglas R. Vining to front free endpaper.

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        A Persian pearl and other essays

      C.L. Ricketts, Chicago 1902 - First trade edition of the author's first book, 8vo, pp. 160, [1]; title within decorative border printed in red, decorative initials printed in red; a fine copy in orig. white cloth-backed decorative paper-covered boards, t.e.g., retaining the original printed dust-jacket, with loss at the top and bottom of the spine, along the rear joint, and at the lower edge of both front and back panels, but with no loss of letterpress. Darrow's first book, first published by the Roycrofters in 1899 and here commercially printed for C.L. Ricketts by R.R. Donnelley and Sons at the Lakeside Press, Chicago. Among the essays are those on Robert Burns and Walt Whitman. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Poems of the Past and the Present

      London: Harper and Brothers, 1902., 1902. First Edition. 8vo. Bound by Zaehnsdorf c. 1914 in three quarter dark green morocco with gilt titles and gilt raised bands to spine, green cloth boards with gilt rule, top edge gilt, marbled end papers. Slight sunning to spine; bookplate to paste down. Fine.

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        The Autobiography of a "Newspaper Girl"

      Methuen's Colonial Library, 1902, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacketoriginal blue boards are shelf rubbed and worn. the title page and (if it had one) the half title page have been removed. the date is from the catalogue of books at the back of the book that is dated november 1902. the binding has been repaired and is now strong. the condition "fair" is given in respect of the book's age. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: lu33.

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        Just So Stories

      London, MacMillan and Co. Ltd. 1902., 1902. First Edition, Slim Quarto. With author's illustrations throughout. Publisher's decorative red cloth boards. Some sunning to spine, otherwise a particularly clean and fresh copy, in the striking pictorial binding, with the white lettering intact. Near fine. Stewart [260]. BMC No.1 [1984]; 'Edwardian Children's Books'.

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        The Novels of Jane Austen

      05- London- Macmillan & Co Limited 1902 - This is a charmingly illustrated set of novels by Jane Austen in a beautifully designed binding. . The Macmillan Illustrated Standard Novels Edition. Sense and Sensibility, Emma and Pride and Prejudice are first edition, fifth impression thus . Mansfield Park and Northanger Abbey/Persuasion are first edition, third impression thus. Includes all six major novels with Northanger Abbey and Persuasion together in the same volume as first printed. Each with an introduction by Austin Dobson, an English poet and Essayist and distinguished biographer. Jane Austen was an Englishnovelist famous for her works of romantic fiction set among the landed gentry. She is one of the most widely read writers in English Literature and is particularly noted for her realism, irony and social commentary. Condition: Uniformly bound in half calf bindings with cloth covered boards. Externally, smart with light rubbing and bumping. Sunning to spines. Wear to head and tail of spines. Hinges slightly strained and joints starting but still reasonably firm. Presentation bookplate to endpaper of Sense and Sensibility. Internally, generally firmly bound. Pages bright and clean with occasional scattered spot. Overall: VERY GOOD [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science.

      London, Taylor & Francis, 1902-1925.. 6. Serie. Bände 3, 6-10, 12-15, 18-22, 24, 25, 28-36 und 38-50 in 39 Bänden. 8°. Halbleineneinbände der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung.. Fliegender Vorsatz mit altem Bibliotheksstempel. Buchrücken teils stärker berieben. Bei Band 43 ein Gelenk geplatzt. Band 44 oberes Kapital beschädigt. Die Buchschnitte sind meist angestaubt. Bei 6 Bänden Bindung gelockert.

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        The Hound of the Baskervilles Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes

      New York: McClure, Phillips and Co., 1902., 1902. First issue of the US first edition, without the 'R' on the copyright page. 8vo.; pp. 249, (8). In publisher's original red cloth, faded to spine, titled in white to spine and front board. Light edgewear and bumping, strong, tight and clean. Internally clean. A very handsome copy housed in a tailor-made blue cloth slipcase and chemise. Illustrated with 8 black and white plates including frontispiece. Green and Gibson, page 122.

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        XIV. Ausstellung der Vereinigung bildender Künstler Österreichs. Secession Wien. Klinger Beethoven. April-Juni 1902. Ver Sacrum. V. Jahr. Wien, A. Holzhausen, (1902). Kl. 4°. (18 x 16 cm). 86 S., 6 Bll. Anz., mit 2 Orientierungsplänen u. 16 Original-Holzschnitten, illustr. OUmschl.

      . . Garvey/Wick 119, 14 - Nebehay, Klimt Dok. S. 276ff. - Nebehay, Secession S. 27ff.- Ausstellungskatalog zur berühmten Beethoven-Ausstellung in der Wiener Secession 1902.- Der 2farb. illustr. Titel wurde v. Alfred Roller gestaltet. Die Holzschnitte (14 x 13 cm) sind von den Original-Stöcken abgezogen und von folgenden Künstlern: Ferdinand Andri, Rudolf Jettmar (2), Friedrch König (2), Max Kurzweil, Maximilian Lenz, wilhelm List, Elena Luksch-Makovsky (2), Karl Moll, Koloman Moser, Felician Myrbach, Emil Orlik (2), Ernst Stöhr.- "Der einzige Katalog der Secession, der mit Originalgraphik, das heißt mit von den Originalplatten gedruckten zweifarbigen Holzschnitten ausgestattet ist" (Nebehay, Secession XXVII).- Gustav Klimt gestaltete den berühmten Beethovenfries für die XIV. Ausstellung der Vereinigung Bildender Künstler Österreichs Secession. In dieser Ausstellung - als Hommage an den Komponisten Ludwig van Beethoven konzipiert - erfuhr die Idee des secessionistischen Gesamtkunstwerks ihre hervorragendste Ausprägung. Unter der Leitung von Josef Hoffmann wirkten insgesamt 21 Künstler an der Ausstellung mit. Das Zentrum der Ausstellung bildete die im Hauptraum platzierte Beethovenstatue von Max Klinger.- Rücken etw. ausgebliechen u. leicht rissig, sonst schönes, nur gering gebrauchtes Exemplar.# Vienna Secession exhibition catalog (XIV Exhibition, April-June 1902) of the famous Max Klinger Beethoven exhibition; the only catalog of the Secession with original graphic.- The Vienna Secession's fourteenth exhibition, dedicated to Ludwig van Beethoven, was one of the movement's most widely attended and popular shows. The Secessionists revealed their ideas about art, space, and experience through various artistic contributions paying tribute to the great composer. A total of twenty-one artists participated in the exhibition.- Nice copy in the original wrapper.

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        Hispania, revista de Literatura y Arte Crónicas quincenales.

      1889-1902. Ed. Hermenegildo Miralles. - . Barcelona. . 4 Vol. . . Folio Mayor. Tela Editorial. Bellas Artes / Catálogos (General), Hemeroteca / Revistas / Publicaciones , Siglo XIX . Emblemática publicación del movimiento novecentista en España. Cuatro años completos, desde el número 1, enero de 1899 al número 93, diciembre de 1902. Gran profusión de láminas de Daniel Vierge, Pascó, Ramón Casas, Carlos Vázquez, Ricardo Canals, Baxeiras, etc., viñetas, dibujos y fotografías. Textos de Pereda, Rodrigo Soriano, Peru Nuño, etc. Cuatro volúmenes encuadernados en tela editorial estampada. Buen estado. .

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        Reminiscences of Ednah Dow Cheney (born Littlehale)

      Boston: Lee & Shephard, 1902. First edition. Photogravure frontispiece portrait, vignette title-page, and 11 portraits. x, 254, [1] pp. 8vo. Original brown cloth, upper cover lettered in gilt. Spine dulled and tips rubbed (with slight loss); ex-library with bookplate and withdrawal stamp on front pastedown. Good, sound copy and now scarce. c INSCRIBED on the flyleaf:"Miss Estelle M. H. Merrill"Pres. of the ___ (?) Association"from ED Cheny"January 13, 1903"A rare inscription from this Boston abolitionist (1824-1904), ardent women's suffragist, secretary of the New England Freedmen's Aid Society, author of many books, friend of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Bronson Alcott, and many others, and biographer of Louisa May Alcott. An important memoir of this extraordinary woman, written at the end of her life.Estelle M.H. Merrill was an author (under the pseudonym "Jean Kincaid"), and the founder of The Cantabrigia Club for women, and thee editor of CAMBRIDGE SKETCHES BY CAMBRIDGE AUTHORS (1896).

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