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        Of the Imitation of Christ

      Essex House Press, London 1904 - Of the Imitation of Christ. Three, Both for Wisedom, & Godlines, most Excellent Bookes: Made 170 Yeeres since by one Thomas of Kempis, & for the Worthines thereof oft since Translated out of Latine into Sundrie Languages by Divers Godlie and Learned Men. Now Newlie Corrected, Translated, and with most Ample Textes, and Sentences of Hoile Scripture Illustrated by Thomas Rogers. MDLXXX. Woodcut on the title-pages and woodcut initials and device on the colophon. Partly printed in red. Folio. [296 x 214 x 30 mm]. [1]f, 215 pp. Bound by Bayntun-Riviere in red morocco, the covers tooled in gilt with a single fillet border and panel of three fillets extending to squares at the corners. The spine divided into six panels with gilt compartments, lettered in the second and third and dated at the foot, the others with an ornamental centre, the turn-ins tooled with three gilt fillets, marbled endleaves, top edge gilt, the others uncut. The colophon reads: "Of these Four Books of The Imitation of Christ by Thomas A Kempis, Edited by Ernest Godman from the Earliest English Translations, the First Three are from that of Thomas Rogers MDLXXX, the Fourth from that of the Lady Margaret Countess of Richmond, and Printed by Wynkyn De Worde in MDIIII. This Book has been Printed at the Essex House Press, Campden, Glos., under the Care of C. R. Ashbee, by whom also is the Block which was Cut on the Plank by Alec. Miller. AD. MDCCCCIIII". 100 paper copies were printed, of which this was no.87. There were also 10 on vellum. Occasional minor spotting, but a very good copy.

      [Bookseller: George Bayntun ABA ILAB]
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        Leadless Decorative Tiles, Faience, and Mosaic . history, materials, manufacture and use of ornamental flooring tiles, . recipes for tile-bodies, and for leadless glaze and art-tile enamels.

      - Staffordshire, the author 1904. Large thick octavo publisher's cloth with inset illustration; xxiv,852pp; 37 plates (18 colour), numerous illustrations. Mild signs of use but an uncommonly good copy. Probably the definitive work on 19th century tile manufacture, this is an enormous compendium on the history and manufacture of decorative tiles. But, more importantly, this contains the results of years of research into ridding the industry of lead-poisoning. Furnival notes that almost 600 women and girls working in the manufacture of earthernware and china had died of lead poisoning between 1895 and 1898. With added contributions on tiles in China (by Bushell), in India (by Clarke and Marshall), and on designing (by Ambrose Wood). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Richard Neylon]
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        The English Jersey Cattle Society's Herd Book

      12-London- English Guernsey Cattle Society, 1904 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. %0D%0AFive herd books of the English Jersey Cattle Society, detailing the breeding activities of the Guernsey herds in the UK between 1905-1956. %0D%0AContaining:%0D%0AVolume XVI (1904)%0D%0AVolume XVIII (1906)%0D%0AVolume XIX (1907)%0D%0AVolume XXIV (1912)%0D%0AEach volume contains details of the births of bulls and cows within each registered herd in the UK, along with lists of the society council members. %0D%0AWith one photographic frontispiece%0D%0ACondition: %0D%0AIn red cloth bindings. Externally, sound, though with some sunning to the spines, and some bumping and slight wear to the extremities. Dampstaining to the boards of three volumes. A few marks to the boards also. Internally, generally firmly bound although slightly strained in places. Pages are bright, though with some scattered instances of foxing throughout. Overall: GOOD. %0D%0A%0D%0A.

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Das lebende Modell. Zwanzig Malerische Aktstudien. Band I & Band II. 2 vols. (complete)

      A. Schumann's Verlag, Leipzig 1904 - Folio. Unpaginated. Original printed wrappers bound with strings. Each volume has 8 unnumbered text pages and 20 cardboard sheets containing 20 photographic reproductions (colored monochrome prints). Each print is protected with a decorative tissue-guard, and depicts a female model posing nude outdoors. Minor foxing on covers of first volume, and sporadic age-toning along paper margin (not affecting text or prints). Text in German, gothic script. Wrappers in overall good+, interior in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        Mr. William Shakespear's Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies. Faithfully Reproduced in Facsimile from the Edition of 1685

      Methuen & Co., 1904, - SHAKESPEARE, William. Mr. William Shakespear's Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies. Faithfully Reproduced in Facsimile from the Edition of 1685. L: Methuen & Co., 1904. Pp. [14], 1-273, 1-328, 1-303. Port. frontis with tissueguard opposite facsimile title page. Folio, grey cloth covered boards, light brown cloth covered spine, printed paper label to spine, pages untrimmed.Spine label browned with some creasing, a few dampspots and slight foxingto spine cloth, browning and various smudges to front and rear boards, light wear to edges, corners bumped, else a bright, tight copy. Vg. 650.00 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Doull, Bookseller (A.B.A.C.)]
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        The Poems of... with Illustrations from his own pictures and designs. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by W.M. Rossetti

      London: Ellis & Elvey 1904. . Two volumes, square 8vo, xxvii, (i), 227, (1); xiii, (iii), 246, (2) pp. 20 plates, later inscription to both fly leaves, marbled endpapers. Bound for William Brown, Edinburgh, in contemporary blue half morocco, gilt spines, t.e.g., some minor rubbing, some marks to the boards otherwise an attractive set. Including valuable notes by the Editor, and including the first publication of the sonnet “After the French Liberation of Italy”. Wellbeck II p697. Printed at the Astolat Press, Guildford.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop]
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        His own visions growing into reality. Our Village. Hay Carrying.

      1904 1904 - Margins marked, but image clean and in very good condition. Original pen-and-ink watercolour illustration on card (367 × 269 mm), in a wash-line mount. The original illustration, signed by the artist, for one of the scenes in Mary Russell Mitford's "Our Village", which comprised a series of sketches of country life. Brock's illustrations form part of the "Series of English Idylls" published by J. M. Dent & Co. The scene depicted shows Robert, a boy from the village, watching an artist painting a particular view to which the boy has led him. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Propos d'âmes simples.

      Paul Ollendorff 1904 - - Paul Ollendorff, Paris 1904, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition originale sur papier courant, fausse mention de sixième édition, il n'a été tiré que 10 Hollande en grands papiers. Envoi autographe signé de l'auteur. Dos légèrement fendillé et comportant deux infimes manques en pied, quelques passages du tetxe soulignés au crayon de couleur bleu. Couverture illustrée d'un dessin de Sem. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        BLUE GRASS COOK BOOK

      Fox, Duffield & Company, New York 1904 - .[xlii, 350 pgs.].FIRST EDITION.WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY JOHN FOX, JR. AND ILLUSTRATED WITH 13 PHOTOGRAPHS BY A.L. COBURN INCLUDING FRONTIS.Photos of African-American women preparing food.Recipes include Breads, Soups, Fish, Croquettes, Meats, Game, ETC.Grey/Blue cloth boards stamped on cover with title in blue lettering.Coburn was a well known photographer at the turn of the 19th century.Small defects to this volume include: slight fading to the spine and outside margins of covers, front hinge cracked but holding, and slight toning to back and front endpapers.SCARCE. 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Eveleigh Books]
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        Jack London's Great Novel The Sea Wolf. Begins in the January Century. [Promotional poster]

      The Century, [New York] 1904 - Dramatic illustrated poster (signed in the image, "C.") printed in red, green and black. 20-1/2 x 12 inches. Several near repairs to short closed tears; bright and very attractive. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Jeffrey H. Marks, Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Department of the Interior Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, Map of Choctaw Nation

      U.S. Government of Choctaw Nation, 1904. OUTSTANDING COLOR MAP OF CHOCTAW NATION IN INDIAN TERRITORY Lithograph Sheet size: approx. 38 4/5" x 34" This is an incredibly detailed and vividly colored terrain map produced by the U.S. government of Choctaw Nation in Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma). The Choctaw Indians are a Muskogee-speaking people, and are the historical inhabitants of central Mississippi. During the eighteenth century, the Choctaws began coming into regular contact with Europeans. While the Choctaws got along peaceably with the French, they instantly clashed with the British who attempted to destroy the Choctaw's traditional mode of politics. Indeed, after expelling the French from the lower Mississippi Valley in 1763, the British took complete control of Choctaw trade, gradually reducing the Choctaw nation into a total state of dependency. . Book.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries]
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        Le radium. Vol. 1", no. 1 (inaugural issue)

      1904. Le Radium. Vol. 1, no. 1 (inaugural issue). 4to. 32pp. Text illustrations. Notice to subscribers, on tinted paper, tipped to first leaf; subscription card laid in. 295 x 211 mm. Original printed wrappers, front wrapper stamped "Specimen," very slight wear. Light browning but a fine copy. </p><p>The Inaugural Issue of the first French periodical dedicated to the study of radioactivity and related subjects (the German Jahrbuch der Radioaktivitat und Elektronik, edited by Johannes Stark, was also founded in 1904). Le Radium&#39;s editors included Henri Becquerel (1852-1908), who discovered spontaneous radioactivity in 1896; Pierre Curie (1859-1906), who shared the 1903 Nobel Prize with Becquerel and Marie Curie for his extraordinary contributions to the study of radioactivity; and Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937), who won the Nobel Prize in 1908 for his investigations into the disintegration of the elements and the chemistry of radioactive substances. On the back wrapper of this issue is a full-page advertisement for radium salts and other radioactive substances, which were priced according to the strength of their radiation.

      [Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's Historyofscience.com]
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        Jane Austen THE NOVELS Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Emma, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey & Persuasion, Lady Susan, The Watson's, and A Memoir of Jane Austen by her Nephew J. E. Austen Leigh ( Complete in Six Volumes )

      Macmillan and Co, London 1904 - Published in 1904, this is a nice early set of the Novels of Jane Austen along with the Memoir by her Nephew, in six volumes, bound in old red cloth with leather spine title labels, top edges gilded, internally illustrated with the engraved frontispieces originally used in the early Bentley editions, along with an engraved portrait of the author, foxing to endpapers, a few minor marks within else contents to all volumes generally nice and clean, the cloth covers have some signs of wear, spines sunned with some noticeable lightened making to the boards, some repaired splits to cloth along spine edges else in good general condition. Books are heavy and will require extra shipping costs above the standard basic quote [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cox Rare Books PBFA]
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        HERMES, rivista mensile dell'arte e del pensiero moderno - fondata e diretta da GIUSEPPE BORGESE e ENRICO CORRADINI - (1904-1906) TUTTO IL PUBBLICATO, Firenze, Tipografia G.Spinelli & C., 1904

      - Questa elegante rivista nasce a Firenze nel 1904 nel pieno di un fervore culturale che tendeva alla sprovincializzazione ed alla diffusione di nuovi pensieri filosofici, e del formalismo estetico, influenzati da D'Annunzio (molti dei presenti e futuri collaboratori di Hermes erano suoi seguaci) , e da Papini e Prezzolini. (Il loro Leonardo era stato appena fondato nel 1903). Il Fondatore GIUSEPPE ANTONIO BORGESE (Palermo 1882- Fiesole 1952) allora giovanissimo (aveva 21 anni) venne affiancato in questa avventura da ENRICO CORRADINI (S. Miniatello FI 1865- Roma 1931). Corradini aveva appena fondato nel 1903 "Il Regno" di ispirazione nazionalista ed interventista. Gli scritti furono opera di Aliotta A., Angeli D., Bacci O, BORGESE stesso (numerosi) Calò G., Cecchi E., Cippico A., Colautti A., Corradini E., Costetti G., BENEDETTO CROCE, Dami L., GABRIELE D'ANNUNZIO, DE KAROLIS A., Fabris G.A., Forester R., Freschi A., Giuliotti D., Lesca G., Macinai E., Maffii M., Morasso M., PAPINI GIOVANNI (numerosi), Puccioni N., Ratti F.V., Romano-Catania G., Sorani A., Taddei M., Tarchiani N., Teresah. Notevole il contributo estetico di grandi artisti illustratori: DE KAROLIS (sue le bellissime copertine), Nomellini Plinio, Emil Zorn, Charles Doudelet, Giovanni Costetti. Negli eleganti testi, preziose le incisioni, testatine e fregi di A. Spadini, De Karolis, Costetti, L'editore presentò anche una uscita in due volumi e la numerazione che segue discende da ciò. La nostra collezione è tutta a fascicoli sciolti in positive condizioni, (con alcuni sapienti restauri alle copertine e su carta stanca ma vallda) A richiesta potreMo inviare foto dettagliate. formato cm. 28 x 20 (le copertine originali hanno le frange e le pagine interne in carta pesante a mano sono in barbe . VOLUME I (gennaio 1904) pp. 1-60 cop. verdina (con tavola 1 IL DOLORE di Nomellini. VOLUME II (febbraio 1904) pp. 61-110 cop.color malva con tavola 2 DOLORE di ZOIR) VOLUME III (marzo-aprile 1904) pp. 111-174 copertina arancione. VOLUME IV (maggio-giug 1904) pp. 175-210 copertina bleu VOLUME V (luglio 1904) pp. 211-278 copertina grigia, con tavola 5 DOUDELET. VOLUME VI (novembre 1904) pp. 279-336) cop. color malva con tavola 6 (L'ospite). LA RIVISTA VENNE SOSPESA PER ALCUNI MESI E RIPRESE A MAGGIO 1905. VOLUME VII (maggio 1905) pp. 1-50 MANCANTE - NON E' PRESENTE. VOLUME VIII-IX (ott-novemb 1905) pp. 51-114 copertina bleu VOLUME X-XI (dic 05-gen. 1906) pp. 115-182 copertina color malva VOLUME XII (luglio 1906) pp. 183-206 copertina grigi Sull'ultima pagina c'è il commiato di BORGESE (.il gallo sacro smette cosi' il suo canto, ma Ermes condurr? ancora molte anime al di l? dei confini del mondo. ) TUTTO IL PUBBLICATO (Righini periodici fiorentini volume I pos. 1422) LA COLLEZIONE ' ALLOGGIATA IN ELEGANTE SCATOLA COLOR MALVA CREATA APPOSITAMENTE DAL RESTAURATORE GIULIANA BORASCHI. DI PARMA.

      [Bookseller: Ferraguti service s.a.s. - Rivisteria]
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        THE DEFENCE OF GUENEVERE AND OTHER POEMS

      John Lane.The Bodley Head.London.,1904. FIRST JESSIE KING EDITION.8vo (7.7 x 5.5 inches).Dated 1904 but actually published November 1903.Fully illustrated with Frontispiece,half title and title page,plus 23 full page plates and 71 smaller page decorations by King.Previous owners name and date (1904) on front free endpaper.Both sets of endpapers with some foxing but the rest of the book is nice and clean.Original red cloth with gilt decoration designs by King to both boards and spine.A very good clean copy with the gilt still nice and bright.A very beautiful book.:wph.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        With Louis Wain to Fairyland

      1904. first edition. Louis Wain At His Very Best&#133;WAIN, Louis. With Louis Wain to Fairyland. Described by Nora Chesson. London: Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd., [1904]. No. 5674.First edition. Folio (13 1/8 x 9 3/4 inches; 333 x 247 mm.). [36] pp. Twelve magnificent full-color, full-page illustrations, black & white pictorial title-page and twenty-three black & white drawings in the text. Publishers red cloth over color pictorial boards. The front cover with a full-color illustration showing four of the characters from the book, the lower cover with a duplicate of the full-color illustration "The Babes in the Wood". Minimal wear to board extremities, small neatly repaired tear to lower margin of last leaf, otherwise a near fine copy of this very scarce title. We have seen this book only twice before - we sold a copy nineteen years ago, and another copy appeared at auction in the UK in 2005 (original boards - rubbed -browned and frayed; detached) £1,650 + 20% (about $3,250).The full-page color illustrations:The Forty ThievesJack the Giant-Killer[Robinson] Crusoe finds Footprints in the SandBluebeardRobin HoodCinderella and her SistersAladdin and the Genie of the LampThe Babes in the WoodSindbad and the Old Man of the SeaJack and the BeanstalkThe Sleeping BeautyBeauty and the BeastAt the end of the nineteenth century, Louis Wain (1860-1939), the Edwardian cat artist who went mad, became a household name as an illustrator of cats, whom he depicted in all sorts of activities, from skating and playing cricket to driving motor cars, attending dances, and playing musical instruments. &#147;He invented a cat style, a cat society, a whole cat world. English cats that do not look like Louis Wain cats are ashamed of themselves&#148; (H.G. Wells).&#147;From 1883, Wain began to draw cats as they had never been drawn before, cats in humorous guises, in human situations, but always beautifully handled&#133;although he was sometimes forced to draw dogs before he became well-known!&#148; (Houfe, The Dictionary of British Book Illustrators and Caricaturists 1800-1914).Nora Chesson (1871-1906) was an English poet. Here she has interpreted many of our favorite fairy tales into poetic form, each one beautifully illustrated by Louis Wain who had just the year before started his long-standing relationship with the publisher Raphael Tuck.Dale, 209.

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        The Scarlet Letter

      New York, privately printed,, 1904. A Romance Literally Reprinted from the First Edition. With fifteen original colored illustrations by A. Robaudi and C. Graham. Large octavo (244 × 167 mm). Bound for Asprey in full scarlet morocco, covers with central panel in gilt infilled with stylized flower and leaf tools, one-line gilt rule around edges, spine lettered gilt and with similar flower ornaments in compartments, red endpapers with green and gold curved lines all over, gilt edges. Original printed front wrapper and spine bound in at end. Frontispiece and 14 plates all in two states, coloured and uncoloured, with printed tissue guards; 30 plates in all. A fine copy in a fine binding. Special limited edition, one of only 125 copies printed on Japanese imperial paper (one copy was printed on vellum).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        With Louis Wain to Fairyland

      Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd. [1904], London - Paris - New York - Fabulous large format original Louis Wain fairy book containing 12 full page colour illustrations and black and white line illustrations on all of the other pages. Contains classic fairy tales - Beauty and the Beast, Jack and the Beanstalk, Robinson Crusoe, Robin Hood, Sleeping Beauty and so on. Paper covered illustrated boards [front and rear] over red cloth backstrip. 335x250 mm. 36pp. Corners / edges worn. Scuffing / scratching to boards. Professionally rebound, retaining the original backstrip and end papers and with the gutta percha reset and although holding overall it is delicate and a few of the pages have come loose. This is a problem with the manufacture of this book, mainly due to the poor early wood pulp paper quality which is now tanned and chipped around some of the edges, and just has to be accepted as I feel that too much restoration would detract. The quality and brilliance of the large colour illustrations is quite superb in this hard to find and quite rare Louis Wain edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Little Book Store]
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        Family Cares Calendar for 1905

      1904. first edition. A Very Scarce Louis Wain CalendarWAIN, Louis. [CALENDAR]. Family Cares Calendar for 1905. London: Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd., [1904]. Oblong quarto (8 3/8 x 11 3/4 inches; 212 x 299 mm.). Four stiff-card leaves printed on recto and red ribbon and (later) red string. Each card with a wonderful full-color drawing, a calendar for the month(s) shown and a two-line verse. An incredible survival.At the end of the nineteenth century, Louis Wain (1860-1939), the Edwardian cat artist who went mad, became a household name as an illustrator of cats, whom he depicted in all sorts of activities, from skating and playing cricket to driving motor cars, attending dances, and playing musical instruments. &#147;He invented a cat style, a cat society, a whole cat world. English cats that do not look like Louis Wain cats are ashamed of themselves&#148; (H.G. Wells).&#147;From 1883, Wain began to draw cats as they had never been drawn before, cats in humorous guises, in human situations, but always beautifully handled&#133;although he was sometimes forced to draw dogs before he became well-known!&#148; (Houfe, The Dictionary of British Book Illustrators and Caricaturists 1800-1914).Not in Dale

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        IN ANIMAL LAND WITH LOUIS WAIN

      1904. Fine. WAIN, Louis. IN ANIMAL LAND WITH LOUIS WAIN. London: S. W. Partridge & Co. [1904]. [52] pp. + 4 pp. advertisements. 4to., red and green paper covered boards, front board with color illustration by Wain. Very good, spine with moderate tiny chipping, slightly affecting title. Corners slightly worn. Hinges cracked. B/w advertising pages, 2 or 3 ads to a page, some with illustrations, at front and rear. Tipped-in color frontispiece has a small crease to bottom right corner, not affecting image. A few of the age-toned text pages have small closed tears in the margins, with no loss. text and illustrations printed in sepia, green, or blue. Four color plates in fine condition, with only the frontispiece having the small crease. Mostly cats; one color plate illustrates a lane of promenading dogs. Wain&#39;s anthropomorphized creatures are not always sweet or friendly!

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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        DICCIONARI POPULAR DE LA LLENGUA CATALANA . Catalunya, Mallorca, Valencia, Andorra, Rosselló, Sardenya, Llenguadoc, etc.

      Editor : Francisco Baxarias 1904-1906 - Barcelona 1904-1906 . Enquad : Tela original , llom de pell, gofrats y daurats en llom i cobertes . 17,5 x 25cms. VIII+1209+1127+1399pag. Tema : Diccionaris , Lingüística . Sinopsi : Totes les paraules compreses en tots les altres DICCIONARIS catalans d' ençá de la publicació del primer, en 1650, pel gramàtich en Pere Torra ; les variants de les comarques de Catalunya, Malloca, Valencia y illa de Sardenya . Redactat i ordenat en vista dels Diccionaris de totes les Llengües Neu-Llatines y 'ls principals documents referents al nostre Idioma . Llibres en bon estat , restes d'oxid en fulls guarda .

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        DICCIONARI POPULAR DE LA LLENGUA CATALANA . Catalunya, Mallorca, Valencia, Andorra, Rosselló, Sardenya, Llenguadoc, etc. Il.lustrat ab etimologies llatines, gregues, aràbigues y hebrayques per Mossen Marian Grandia . 3 TOMOS + 1 Apendix. Obra Completa

      Francisco Baxarias, Barcelona 1904 - En el lomo tiene una etiqueta adhesiva pequeña de clasificacion y numeracion de la biblioteca al cual pertenecia, y en la primera pag. tiene un sello de la misma. Manchas esporadicas de oxido. 3 vols. (VIII, 1209 p. ; 1127 p. ; 1399 p.). Tela original, lomo piel, gofrados y dorados modernistas en lomo y planos. Bonita edición modernista de este diccionario anterior a la normalización lingüística, con los términos usados en las tierras de habla catalana. En todas las páginas, escudo catalán y orlas o cenefas modernistas. Size: 25 x 18

      [Bookseller: Reus, Paris, Londres]
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        Dialogues de bêtes

      Paris, Société du Mercure de France 1904 - Livre épuisé 14,2 x 11,6 cm, demi maroquin à coins orangé, dos à cinq nerfs, titre doré, tête dorée, couv. et dos conservés (Moens), 119 pp. Condition : Edition originale sur papier vergé (après 19 ex. sur hollande). Exemplaire enrichi d'un envoi autographe signé Colette Willy à Jacques Liouville, médecin et océanographe qui prit part à la deuxième expédition du Pourquoi pas? Rare exemplaire parfaitement établi dans une reliure signée de Moens. Très bon état. 400g. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Faustroll]
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        Map of part of Northern Ontario Showing the Northern Part of the District of Nipissing, Algoma and Thunder Bay

      The Copp Clark Co., Toronto 1904 - An impressive large scale and detailed map of the Northern part of Lake Superior. The maps also depicts the North West part of Lake Huron district of Nipissing, Algoma and Thunder Bay., Size : 750x1775 (mm), 29.5x69.875 (Inches), Printed in Color Very Good, with some skillful repair which is to be expected from these large scale maps. Laid on acid free canvas for long term preservation

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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        Poliphili Hypnerotomachia

      Methuen, London 1904 - Titre : Poliphili Hypnerotomachia~~Auteur : Colonna Francesco Éditeur : Methuen ~ Description : Colonna Francesco (1453-1538) ~ L'Hypnerotomachie ou songe de Poliphile ~ A Londres, Methuen, 1904. ~ In-fol ;, rare copie de l'édition du Poliphili Hypnerotomachia de 1499, vélin. Oeuvre du Dominicain Francesco Colonna Le Songe de Poliphile est le chef- d'oeuvre typographique d'Alde Manuce et sans aucun doute un des plus beaux livres illustrés de tous les temps. Dans cette oeuvre, au sujet symbolique et écrite dans un style raffiné et plein d'artifice, le Dominicain Francesco Colonna (1433-1527) tente d'exprimer, dans une attitude chère aux humanistes, la conscience aiguë de la splendeur de la vie. Le goût de la Renaissance pour l'Antiquité apparaît à travers ses descriptions de palais somptueusement décorés. L'illustration comprend cent-soixante-dix superbes gravures sur bois, dont une dizaine à pleine page. Cette iconographie a été, depuis plus de cinq siècles, l'objet des attributions les plus variées. Les noms de Bellini et de Mantegna ayant été d'abord proposés, c'est à Benedetto Bordone de Padoue que les chercheurs attribuent de nos jours ces gravures. Sans doute parce que le sujet lui convenait, l'illustrateur, quel qu'il fut, produisit un chef-d'oeuvre sans égal, où texte et image s'intégraient parfaitement. Arches, temples, vases, sculptures, inscriptions, chars de triomphe correspondaient admirablement aux descriptions de l'auteur, avec en plus une sorte de verve qui donnait au livre entier son brio. C'était une plongée sensuelle dans les splendeurs ressuscitées du passé païen (M. Lowry. Le Monde d'Alde Manuce). As regards the authorship of the wonderfull illustrations, the signature b. on the third has led to their being attributed to numerous celebrated artists (A.W. Pollard). Ce livre a exercé une influence considérable, non seulement sur l'esthétique du livre à cette époque mais aussi dans les multiples applications de l'art décoratif (Brun). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Spirit of Easter.

      The Youth's Companion [1904], Boston - First Edition, Signed by the author on the first page over an image of an Easter lily, in pencil as usual, "Helen Keller". 4to; 2pp; dark blue wrappers printed in silver, the corners chipped, the front cover s split at the edge, the text sewn with light green yarn, covers a bit soiled, about very good. The text is on French folded coated glossy stock; printed in dark blue with images of lilies in light green, with photographic image of a young Helen Keller in blue. The author and title are printed in dark blue at the top of the page with lilies decorating the margins. The text is printed in dark blue as well, within a light green double rule on each page. This is a handsome and early publication by Keller. Helen Keller (1880-1968), noted American lecturer and author, was blind and deaf from the age of two. At the age of seven Anne Sullivan became her teacher, and Keller's progress was remarkable. She graduated from Radcliffe in 1904 with honors and spent the rest of her life writing and lecturing raising money for the blind and other social causes. Keller first published in The Youth's Companion in 1893; she tells us in THE STORY OF MY LIFE (1902) that this brief account of her life written when she was 12 was undertaken to restore her self-confidence (after the Frost King episode). In 1903, her second book OPTIMISM appeared. In 1904, John Macy had become part of the Keller - Sullivan household. He was then an editor at The Youth's Companion and undoubtedly persuaded Helen to undertake this inspirational text. Keller had been introduced to Swedenborgian teachings by John Hitz in 1893, and her writing in this pamphlet reflect that spirit. This is an early separate appearance - her fourth (?) and is quite scarce. RLIN and OCLC searches locate only two copies- at Indiana and Columbia. 100 Most Influential Women, pp. 65-68. NAW The Modern Period, pp. 389-393. Lash, Helen and Teacher. Herrmann, Helen Keller A Life. Keller, The Story of My Life, p. 74. See an Image. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Sir Henri Blake, Governor of Ceylon (1903 - 1907) and Kanyan chieftains.

      1904. albumen print on mount, 28,1 x 21,8 cm. KEYWORDS:ceylon / india / colombo

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        Handbook Of The Croquet Association: Various Volumes Between 1904 & 1981

      The Croquet Association 1904 - Alongside the monthly Croquet Association Gazette, the Association published a yearly handbook from the early 1900's. More a reference guide than the Gazette the contents vary from year to year but generally feature the laws of croquet with updates and revisions, the committee members of the association, medal results for the prior year and the membership roll with handicaps. All 1st editions. 8vo, Bound in quarter cloth with titled paper covered boards. Run comprises 1904-1915 with 1906 being the red cloth backed 'Official Handicap Book'. From 1919 the format changed to a paperback with card wraps. This run complete from 1919 to 1964, lacking only the war years (1940-1946: presumably not produced) and 1953. From 1966 the book is issued every two years as the abridged year book until 1972 when it is renamed the Directory of the Croquet Association, the contents remaining largely unchanged. These paperback volumes gathered in groups of 6 or so and held together with treasury tags. Volumes are largely in very good condition. Internally bright and clean with very occasional notes and marginalia. Expected shelfwear to the boards and wraps, light rubbing and occasional wear and bumping to the cloth oth the hardbound volumes, paper bound volumes intact with occasional spine damaged.  

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        New Land, Four Years in The Arctic Regions. IN TWO VOLUMES.

      Longmans, Green, & Co, London. 1904 - This is a very good copy in the original blue cloth covers with a silver design to the front covers. Very heavy books. For any enquiries please do get in touch. If you are ever in Bath, please visit our bookshop Bath Old Books; although this book is at my home. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        New Land. Four Years in the Arctic Regions

      Longmans, Green, and Co., London - 1904, 1st English Translation. (Hardcover) Good to very good. xvi,496; xii,504pp. Two volumes Octavo in original silver decorated blue cloth, library label on front covers and library stamps throughout with plates (including frontispieces) from photos and illustrations from photos and drawings (maps), and 5 maps on three folding sheets, including 4 coloured on 2 sheets in rear pocket. Arctic Bibl. 17322. Narrative of the second Fram Expedition, 1898-1902, under Sverdrup. Includes the mapping of southern & western Ellesmere Island, and the discovery of Axel Heiberg, Ellef Ringnes, Anud Ringnes, and Findlay Islands. The expedition filled in the last major unknown area on the map of the western Arctic. Translated by Ethel Harriet Hearn. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Wolf-Leader. Newly translated by Afred Allinson.

      London, Methuen. [1904] - First English Edition. 8vo. Publisher's decorated wraps, white card overprinted in red and black. Very light edgewear, an ink number to left extremity of front panel and trifling chipping to the spine panel. A near fine copy of an extremely fragile item. Clean, crisp and bright with border colours unfaded around the striking Frank Adams cover illustration. Internally crisp and clean with the customary reams of advertisements for Whelpton's Purifying Pills and Swan Fountain Pens preceding the story. Described as 'One of the best Werewolf novels every written', this is a chilling tale of a man who gains the ability to control wolves after begging for assistance in his revenge against a persecutor from a giant talking wolf walking on its hind legs (this strikes me as a somewhat unwise move, I'd be more inclined to temporarily shelve my thirst for vengeance and think seriously about the potential of gainful employment in say, the circus and fairground industries). A splendid copy of a rare survival. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        A History of English Furniture, 4 Volumes, The Age of Oak, The Age of Walnut, The Age of Mahogany and The Age of Satinwood

      Lawrence & Bullen, Limited; Putnam, London; New York 1904 - Folio - over 12. Book. 1904 to 1908, important study of English furniture, reprinted several times, but none of the reissues capture the elegant production of the first edition, which is commensurate, in book-form, with the antique pieces it focuses upon. The volumes are internally very clean, bindings tight. Foreedges have some soilage, not affecting pages themselves. Rubbing to spine along gutters, and morocco corners. Leather is contemporary -- of date of publication. Wear to spine tips, and some grubbiness in general to spine, but not disconcerting. Preliminaries in Vol One loose but still attached, but not affecting frontis ill page, nor title page and beyond. Otherwise, this and other volumes tight. Interiors fine, and thus overall the set is very good. 60 colour plates, and many other photographic illustrations -- over 900 black and white illustratiions. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        6 VOLS. By ANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON (The Little Colonel)

      L. C. Page and Co, Boston 1904 - TITLE: 6 VOLS. By ANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON (The Little Colonel) AUTHOR: ANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) /COPYRIGHT: L. C. PAGE & COMPANY, BOSTON EDITION: Some may be first editions CATEGORY: Children BINDING/COVER: Hardbacks without dust jacket COLOR: Beige CONDITION: Overall the set is in fair plus plus condition. All volumes have been rebound with a blue spine overlay. Book is without marks or writings, pages are clean, and book is tight and sturdy. SIZE: 5 ½ x 8 ½ (approximately) PAGES: (see below) pages. BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: 1. THE LITTLE COLONEL'S HOUSE PARTY. 1904. ILLUSTRATED By LOUIS MEYNELL. 264 PAGES. THE FRONTISPIECE HAS A PIECE OF TAPE RUNNING ALONG THE ENTIRE EDGE. THERE IS A CHIP TO THE TITLE PAGE ALONG THE EDGE. THE SPINE AREA OF ALL BOOKS HAVE BEEN REBOUND (SEE PHOTO). 2. THE LITTLE COLONEL IN ARIZONA. PUBLISHED September 1904 ON COPYRIGHT PAGE WITH 1905 ON TITLE PAGE. ILLUSTRATED By ETHELDRED B. BARRY. 313 PAGES. THE SPINE AREA OF ALL BOOKS HAVE BEEN REBOUND (SEE PHOTO). 3. THE LITTLE COLONEL'S CHRISTMAS VACATION. PUBLISHED October 1905 ON COPYRIGHT PAGE WITH 1906 ON TITLE PAGE. ILLUSTRATED By ETHELDRED B. BARRY. 333 PAGES. THE SPINE AREA OF ALL BOOKS HAVE BEEN REBOUND (SEE PHOTO). 4. THE LITTLE COLONEL'S HERO. PUBLISHED October 1902 ON COPYRIGHT PAGE WITH 1904 ON TITLE PAGE. ILLUSTRATED By ETHELDRED B. BARRY. MUSIC By ALBION FELLOWS BACON. 274 PAGES. THE SPINE AREA OF ALL BOOKS HAVE BEEN REBOUND (SEE PHOTO). 5. THE LITTLE COLONEL STORIES. WITH 1904 ON TITLE PAGE. ILLUSTRATED By ETHELDRED B. BARRY. 192 PAGES. THE SPINE AREA OF ALL BOOKS HAVE BEEN REBOUND (SEE PHOTO). 6. THE LITTLE COLONEL AT BOARDING-SCHOOL. PUBLISHED JULY 1903 ON COPYRIGHT PAGE WITH 1904 ON TITLE PAGE. ILLUSTRATED By ETHELDRED B. BARRY. 306 PAGES. THE BACK BOARD HAS A NICK TO THE LOWER EDGE. THE SPINE AREA OF ALL BOOKS HAVE BEEN REBOUND (SEE PHOTO). COMPETITIVE PRICING! Once paid books will ship immediately without email notification to customer (it's on the way), you are welcomed to email about shipment date! REFUNDS: All ViewFair books, prints, and manuscript items are 100% refundable up to 14 business days after item is received. InvCode E H V VIEWFAIR BOOKS: 005011 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ORIGINAL JOURNALS OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION 1804 - 1806 PRINTED FROM THE ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS...TOGETHER WITH MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL OF LEWIS AND CLARK...NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME PUBLISHED IN FULL AND EXACTLY AS WRITTEN

      New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1904-1905.. Seven volumes bound in fourteen parts, plus atlas volume. Plates (many in color), facsimiles. Quarto. Original gilt green cloth. Cloth a bit discolored on both parts of first, fourth, and fifth volumes; most spines sunned; some minor silverfishing on some volumes. Internally clean and tightly bound. Overall a very good set, several of the volumes unopened. One of 200 large paper sets on Van Gelder paper. "The most elaborate work on this expedition" - Howes. A cornerstone of modern historical research, printing for the first time many major primary documents which did not appear in the Biddle edition, including the Floyd and Whitehouse journals, and material from the Clark-Voorihis papers, along with facsimile manuscripts, maps, portraits, and other illustrative matter. Also valuable is Victor Paltsits&#39; bibliography of the Lewis and Clark expedition, in the first volume. "This edition is notable for its thorough Introduction, covering the history of the expedition and earlier exploration, and a detailed account of the original journals and their various editions....In its maps and numerous illustrations, the Thwaites edition is an outstanding source of visual materials relating to the expedition" - LITERATURE OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION. HOWES L320, "c." LITERATURE OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION 5d.1. WAGNER-CAMP 13:7 (note). TWENEY, WASHINGTON 76.

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        Mr. Winston Churchill on the Aliens Bill

      The Liberal Publications Department (in connection with the National Liberal Federation and the Liberal Central Association), London 1904 - Here is the extremely rare 1904 leaflet publication of Churchill's letter in opposition to the Aliens Bill. Churchill's letter of 30 May 1904 was printed in the Manchester Guardian and published soon after by the Liberal Publication Department as this single-sheet, double-sided "Leaflet No. 2006" measuring 8 x 5.25 inches. The fight against the Aliens Bill was an important one for Churchill - providing opportunity for his first speech from the Liberal Opposition benches, burnishing his Liberal credentials as a champion of the disenfranchised, and ultimately scoring a political victory against the Conservative Party he had so recently abandoned when the Aliens Bill was defeated. The Aliens Bill of 1904 was a thinly disguised effort at anti-Semitic and anti-immigrant electioneering by the Conservative British Government. "A series of pogroms in Tsarist Russia over the previous twenty-five years had brought to England a large and increasing number of Jews, most of them poor, ill-educated and unskilled." (Sir Martin Gilbert, Volume II, p.81) The Aliens Bill proposed giving the Home Secretary considerable powers of discretion and control in order to check the number of aliens. The young Churchill left his father's Conservative Party and crossed the aisle to become a Liberal in late May of 1904, earning a reputation as both a brash young radical and a traitor to his class. Churchill took a strong stand against the bill with the commanding mix of withering rhetoric and logical deconstruction that would become his trademark: "To judge by the talk there has been, one would have imagined we were being overrun by the swarming invasion and 'ousted' from our island." And yet "all the aliens of Great Britain do not amount to a one-hundred-and-fortieth part of the total population." (Letter of 30 May 1904, Vol. II, p.82) Churchill took the bill to task for being both unworkable in application and unjust in intent: "The simple immigrant, the political refugee, the helpless and the poor - these are the folk who will be caught in the trammels of the bill." And before appealing to the better nature of "English working men" Churchill clearly stated the political impetus and cultural prejudice underpinning the Aliens Bill: "It is expected to appeal to insular prejudice against foreigners, to racial prejudice against Jews, and to Labour prejudice against competition; and it will no doubt supply a variety of rhetorical phrases for the approaching election." Procedural debate about the Bill in June gave Churchill the opportunity to make his first speech from the Opposition benches. Serving on the Committee tasked with the Bill, Churchill took every opportunity to attack. The Government abandoned the Bill on July 7. The small number of original Churchill leaflets and pamphlets available to collectors from the Pre-WWI decade beginning in 1904 frequently owe their survival to the fact that they were bound in annual compilations by the Liberal Publication Department. This leaflet appears to have been disbound. Aside from a rough left edge, the pamphlet is in superlative condition - crisp and bright with no spotting or markings of any kind. The leaflet is protected by a black hard case, stamped in gilt on the front cover, that completely enfolds the pamphlet within. The case is in perfect condition, with a previous owner bookplate on the inside front cover. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A13, Woods A7 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Sämtliche Werke. (16 Bände 1. und 2. Abt.) Historisch-kritische Ausgabe. Besorgt von Richard Maria Werner., Enthält: 1. Band: Dramen I (1841-1847) Judith; Genoveva; Der Diamant.2. Band: Dramen II (1844-1851) Maria Magdalene; Ein Trauerspiel in Sicilien; Julia; Herodes und Marianne.3. Band:Dramen III (1851-1858) Der Rubin; Michel Angelo; Agnes Bernauer; Syges und sein Ring; Ein Steinwurf; Verkleidungen.4. Band: Dramen IV (1862) Die Nibelungen.5. Band: Dramen V (1830-1863) Fragmente, Pläne.6. Band: Dramen VI Demetrius (1864). 7. Band: Gedichte I Gesamtausgabe 1857; Gedichte II Aus dem Nachlaß 1857-1863.8. Band: Gedichte III Nachlese 1828-1859.Novellen und Erzählungen; Mutter und Kind; Pläne und Stoffe (1835-1863).9. Band: Vermischte Schriften

      Berlin, Behr Verlag, 1904 - Einband im Rückenbereich leicht verblasst, sonst guter frischer Zustand Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 4500 20 cm, Original-Ledereinband, marmorierter Schnitt Neue Subskriptions-Ausgabe. (zweite unveränderte Aufl.)

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        The Scarlet Letter

      New York: privately printed,, 1904. A Romance Literally Reprinted from the First Edition. With fifteen original colored illustrations by A. Robaudi and C. Graham. Large octavo (259 × 176 mm). Contemporary binding by Zaehnsdorf for Brentano&#39;s (New York), in brown crushed morocco with red onlay, covers with central panel in gilt infilled with stylized flower and leaf tools, spine lettered gilt with flower ornaments in compartments, brown silk endpapers, gilt ruled edges, inner dentelles and top edge gilt, other edges uncut. Frontispiece and 14 plates all in two states, coloured and uncoloured, with printed tissue guards; 30 plates in all. Spine a little rubbed; an excellent copy, internally fine. Special limited edition, one of only 125 copies printed on Japanese imperial paper (one copy was printed on vellum).

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        RELACION DE LOS OBISPADOS DE TLAXCALA, MICHOACAN, OAXACA Y OTROS LUGARES EN EL SIGLO XVI

      El Editor, Mejico 1904 - BOOK DESCRIPTION: Colección Documentos Históricos de México, tomo II. Manuscrito de la Colección del señor don Joaquín García Icazbalceta. Publícalo por primera vez su hijo Luis García Pimentel, individuo correspondiente de la Real Academia de la HIstoria etc. Méjico en casa del editor, calle de Donceles Nº 9. 1904. Reempastado en holandesa con lomo y puntas de morocco, preservando en interiores cubiertas originales. [12] + 190 + 1pp. Incluyendo, en las no numeradas, la portada, 2 bco. medio título, dedicatorias, introducción y advertencias. Contiene: Obispado de Tlaxcala (pp. 1-29). Obispado de Mechuacan (sic) (pp. 30-59). Obispado de Antequera (Oaxaca) (pp.59-97. Cartas de religiosos (pp. 97-153). Y "Lista de los pueblos de indios que están en el distrito y subjetos á la gobernacion de esta Nueva España" (pp. 153-188). Indice (pp. 189-190). Impreso en Corbeil, Francia, Imprenta de éd. Crété. En 4ª de forros, que se conserva en interiores, se anunciaba el Tomo I de esta Colección: Memoriales de Fray Toribio de Motolinia. X + 364 pp. con una lámina, 1903. Precio 10 Fr. BOOK CONDITION: Las cubiertas originales, algo ajadas, han quedado protegidas con la pasta holandesa, lomo y puntas en piel. Los interiores se conservan pulcros, sin la menor marca de sellos, subrayados o detalle devaluatorio, como nuevos, salvo un amarronamiento en corte superior, por edad del papel, que ya pasa del siglo. Cinta marcalectura. Los márgenes son lujosamente amplios, y las notas "al margen" lo son realmente, y muy frecuentes, a la altura de la vista y de más cómoda lectura que a pie de página. Ver fotografías o solicitarlas. Muy RARO. Peso: 675 grs. (1 lb. 8 oz.) . 24.5x17. Cm [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Science of The New Thought

      The Science of The New Thought Book Concern 1904 - red cloth with gilt lettering; faded a bit on the spine ; dusty top ; previous owner's name on ffep; minor edge wear and corners lightly bumped o.w. very good. promotional flyer on book laid in. on the title page, E, Whitford Hopkins listed as a Metaphysician. "Truth is Stranger than Fiction" a widely used cliche listed below his name. This book got an raving review in the Atlantic Monthly but there is othewise very little known about the book. The book is chock full of interesting assertions made apparently by Hopkins some of which might have been deemed controversial for that era. Here are just a few of the titles of the chapters: The Law of Vibration The Rationale of Physical Culture Power of Man Thought Habits Man A Mental Community Mental Alchemy Mental Healing The Spiritual man [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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