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        Oeuvres de Pierre Curie Publiées par les soins de la Société Française de Physique

      Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1908 Book. Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Large 8vo (240x155 mm). Frontispiece portrait, diagrams, small library stamp on front free endpaper, half-title and verso of title, library bookplate, contemporary dark-blue library cloth (spine a little tanned). Provenance: University of Texas, The Sir Owen Richardson Collection of the Atom, The History of Science Collections. ---- PMM 394; Garrison-Morton 2003. - First Edition. A collection of all his works on radiation, including radium..

      [Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books]
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        The Chase of The Golden Plate. [In the Strand Magazine Original Issues].

      London: George Newnes. 1907, 1908. - First magazine appearance. 4to. Publisher's card wraps. Minor edgewear, a little loss and chipping to spine panels, most notably to the February 1908 issue. Decmeber 1907 is a Christmas issue with extra content and a lavish colour cover. Internally clean and bright with the usual blizzard of advertisments for everything from corsetry to elephant guns these three issues contain the complete "Golden Plate" and numerous other works by such luminaries as W.W. Jacobs and F. Anstey aongside articles on "Babies in Poetry" and "Can Crime be Cured By Surgery?" The answer to that last question by the way is "No! Stop that." to anyone who was toying with it as a theory without an extensive collection of Strand Magazines to hand. As always, The Strand is awesome to behold and marvellous to read and without doubt the closest most of us are going to get to time travel. Protected by a tailor made clamshell box. Futrelle was another of those characters who seemed able to write hundreds of novels covering almost any subject whilst also pusruing a career as a telegram operator, journalist and probably a whole host of other stuff. Strangely enough Futrelle (an American) was in Europe in 1912 seeing publishers and exploring new ground for his stories; he decided to return home on a brand new ship called the Titanic, and is numbered amongst the lost of that disaster. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books, ABA ILAB]
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        The True History of the Conquest of New Spain

      London: Hakluyt Society, 1908. Complete in 5 volumes, edited and published in Mexico, by Genaro Garci´a ; translated into English, with introduction and notes, by Alfred Percival Maudlay. Collation, volume 1, lxv+396pp, volume 2, xvi+343pp, volumes 3, case of maps, volume 4, xiii+393pp, volume 5, xiv[2]463pp, xxxvipp list of Hakluyt publications, all maps and illustrations complete as in index. Bound in original publishers blue cloth, with gilt letterng and crest on boards. Cloth lightly rubbed on edges, lightly dust/dirt marked, map case ( i.e volume 3 ) cloth section on top edge split, botton edge has a crease line. generally all binding in good clean firm condition. Internally, no loose pages,neat previous owners name on 1 half title page, age browning to endpapers. Pages and illustrations in very goofd clean condition. A good clean complete 5 volume set. A57. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        House on the Borderland: From the Manuscript, discovered in 1877 by Messrs Tonnison and Berreggnog, in the Ruins that lie to the South of the Village of Kraighten, in the West of Ireland. Set out here, with Notes

      London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1908. First edition. Hardcover. 300pp. Octavo [19.5 cm] Red cloth with gilt stamped title and author on front board and backstrip. Good. Spine rolled, backstrip and faded, covers rubbed. The top edge of the text block has multiple very tiny stains. There is a small moisture stain on the spine, and there is a 1/2 inch long split in the cloth at the head of the spine. The spine ends and the corners are bumped. The underlying boards are exposed at the corners. Bookplate on front pastedown, cosmetic splitting to hinges, minor foxing to endsheets. There is a large loss from the fore edge margin of p. 79, not affecting the text. The pages are yellowed and have very occasional light foxing and very light stains. Uncommon first edition of this classic of supernatural fiction. Precedes the Arkham House (American first) by 38 years. This novel is a classic example of the 'found journal' narrative (i.e. Lovecraft's Necronomicon or Danielewski's House of Leaves). The influence of Hodgson on supernatural fiction cannot be overstated. H.P. Lovecraft wrote: "...perhaps the greatest of all Mr. Hodgson's works .... The wanderings of the Narrator's spirit through limitless light-years of cosmic space and Kalpas of eternity, and its witnessing of the solar system's final destruction, constitute something almost unique in standard literature. And everywhere there is manifest the author's power to suggest vague, ambushed horrors in natural scenery. .....a classic of the first water." Bleiler p.101. Currey, p. 243 Reginald 07284.

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        A Midsummer Night's Dream

      London, William Heinemann; New York, Doubleday, Page & Co.,, 1908. With Illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Quarto. Original tan cloth, titles and pictorial design to spine and upper board gilt. Tipped-in colour frontispiece and 39 plates, line drawings throughout. Contemporary gift inscription to front free endpaper. Boards rubbed and dulled, corners and ends of spine bumped with the bump to the upper corner also affecting the contents, spotting and toning to contents. A very good copy. First Rackham edition, first impression, trade issue.

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        The Chase of The Golden Plate.

      London, Collier and Co. 1908 - First edition. 8vo. 224pp. Near fine in publisher's ribbed bottle green clothtitled in gilt to the spine and front board. Decorated in blind to front board with two pictorial inlays. Light bumping to head and tail of spine otherwise fine. Internally clean A splendid copy. Jacques Heath Futrelle (April 9, 1875 - April 15, 1912) was an American journalist and mystery writer. He is best known for writing short detective stories featuring the "Thinking Machine", Professor Augustus S. F. X. Van Dusen. Returning from Europe aboard the RMS Titanic, Futrelle, a first-cabin passenger, refused to board a lifeboat insisting his wife board instead, according to his wife, with the belief that her boarding would give him a better chance of surviving; he perished in the Atlantic. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Standard Atlas of Grand Traverse County Michigan Including a Plat Book of the Villages, Cities and Townships of the County

      Chicago: Geo. A. Ogle & Co., 1908. hardcover. very good(+). Atlas with with 24 pages of maps (13 of which are double page) and 5 pages of illustrations. Folio, measures 18" x 15.5". Bound in leather with buckram corners and spine; gold stamped title. Expert repairs to binding. Tear to map of Michigan and small tears to a few other maps. Minor overall wear, otherwise maps are in very good condition. Maps and views complete. Chicago: Geo. A. Ogle & Co., 1908. Fantastic atlas of Grand Traverse county in Michigan with maps of of each individual township and many towns (including Interlochen, the future site of the world renowned arts center). Town plans show streets, land plots and their owners, waterways and other geographical features and railroad lines. Some maps have several insets. Supplemental maps by George F. Cram of Chicago include the entire county, the state of Michigan, the United States and the world. Atlas also includes 2 pages of advertisements, a patron's reference directory and 11 pages of extensive land survey, governmental, financial and historical information. Illustrations include photographs of private homes, portraits of prominent citizens, and notable buildings.

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        The Battles of Sole Bay and Texel

      London: Navy Records Society, , 1908. Folio. 10 folding chromolithographic plates, linen-backed, c.360mm high, opening to form a panorama nearly 14m long, in contemporary blue cloth portfolio with leather title label. Accompanied by Corbett's A Note on the Drawings in the Possession of The Earl of Dartmouth Illustrating The Battle of Sole Bay and The Battle of Texel. 45pp. Octavo. pamphlet. Very good in the original pink light card wraps. The first 3 plates cover the Battle of Sol (28 May 1672); the remaining 7, Texel (11 August 1673). An excellent set Issued as Volume XXXIV in the Navy Records Society Series, this is by far the scarcest and most desirable of their publications. Corbett's text examines the controversy over the origins and authority of the drawings, discussing how much William Van de Velde the Elder may have had to do with their production. He was present at Sole Bay and Schooneveld, and made drawings of the actions from the Dutch point of view, four of them being in the British Museum, and tapestries made from another bird's-eye view of the engagement hang at Hampton Court. However, he is not believed to have been present at the Battle of Texel, and the execution of this series lacks van de Velde's "masterly touch."; "Still there is strong evidence to show that, directly or indirectly, they originated in the Master's studio." This discussion is followed by an Order of Battle of the Dutch and British Fleets, an examination of the strategies pursued and a detailed description of the plates.

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        Songs of the Cowboys (Signed)

      Santa Fe: The Press at the Palace of the Governors, 2012. Limited edition. Hardcover. Fine. Ronald Kil. 4to. 77,(3)pp. A finely printed edition of Jack Thorp's 'Songs of the Cowboys', first printed in 1908. One of 10 special deluxe copies (from a total edition of 100 copies), this copy being copy number 10. Finely printed by Tom Leech and James Bourland on the No. 4 Vandercook Press at the Palace. The text paper is Hahnemühle. Endpaper and cover sheets were handmade by Tom Leech incorporating grama grass harvested near Stanley, New Mexico. This deluxe copy is quarter morocco, gilt, decorated paper boards, bound by Priscilla Spitler. The illustrations were handcolored by the artist, Ron Kil. With an original page from the 1908 first edition tipped-in, this page being pp.29-30, "Coy Boys Lament" and "Chopo". Accompanied by an audio CD performed by Mark Lee Gardner and Rex Rideout. This copy signed on the title page by the contributors: Ronald Kil, Mark Lee Gardner, and Rex Rideout. Also signed in the colophon by the printer and papermaker, Tom Leech. Housed in a custom clamshell case, also made by Priscilla Spitler. A fine copy.

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        Nymphidia: The Court of Fairy (Limited Edition)

      Stratford-on-Avon: The Shakespeare Head Press, 1908. Small octavo. One of 250 numbered copies printed on handmade paper, this being No. 137. Near Fine in publisher's black quarter-cloth and paper-covered boards with gilt titles.

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        Happy Hearts - A Picture Book for Boys and Girls Including "The Raft in the Bush" and "Chronicles of the Court"

      London and Melbourne: Ward Lock & Co Limited, 1908. Red cloth spine over illustrated boards, coloured frontispiece and 8 other black and white plates, numerous line drawing illustrations, 176pp, illustrated back endpapers. Two long (chapter) stories (The Raft in the Bush and The Chronicles of the Court) by Ethel Turner, two poems by Rigby, and additional stories, verse and poems and stand-alone illustrations. Complete but somewhat battered copy. MInor marks to covers, some rubbing to edges. The first page is the half title page, and the front stuckdown is blank, so it's likely that the original front free endpaper has been stuck to the original front stuckdown. Frontis loose, with a tear that extends into the picture by 2cm: frontis has a crease, additional edgewear, and its tissue guard has some tears. Some light toning/foxing throughout, heavier age shading to endpapers. Pages 78/79 have loss of characters to four words due to paper transfer between the pages, though missing words can be deduced. Owner pencil has been removed from title page, one text page illustration and two plates: pencil indentations can be seen on the reverse of the plates. 1cm by 1mm tear in page 1 and pinhole/puncture to page 13-42, text all still legible. Three 1cm blue lines marking chapters in the contents pages, blue line and blue spectacles on illusration on verso of title page, one 1cm line in a margin at a chapter heading. Tear to margin of plate on p59, small waterstain to bottom of back stuckdown and back cover. Binding tight. Extensive photographs available. . Hard Cover. Fair/No Jacket. Illus. by D H Souter; Matthew Arnold . 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Le Gynécée *

      Mercure de France, Paris 7.12.1908. - Broché 28 x 23, couverture imprimée rempliée. Tranches jaunies et menus défauts. Suite d'images sans complaisance, et même féroces, de nus féminins, précédée d'une glose par Rémy de Gourmont . Typographie fantaisie, dessiné et gravé sur bois par P.E. Vibert. Édition originale. L'un des 500 exemplaires numérotés et signé sur Arches, outre 10 Chine et 1000 Simili Japon

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        CORNER OF PEMBROKE EAST - BRYN MAWR

      Strand, Paul. Original vintage hand-colored platinum photograph of a dormitory at Bryn Mawr College, 9 3/8 x 7 inches, tipped to original mounting board. Framed and glazed. (No date, but circa 1908). Titled and signed by Paul Strand in the lower margin. Fine condition. At the beginning of Paul Strand's career as a photographer, he travelled to the Ivy League colleges and made hand-colored platinum photographs which he sold to the students and alumni.

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        Rosa Bonheur, sa vie et son ouevre (SIGNED)

      Paris: Ernest Flammarion, 1908. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Very rare and collectible. Three-quarter calf morocco with marbled boards (hardcover) with leather covered corners, 32,3 x 23,5 cms., 1st edn, frontispiece in heliogravure as a portrait, VIII, 445, (3) pps. with approx. 300 illustrations + six plates executed in heliogravure, bibliography, iconography, appendices, matching marbled endpapers. Front cover is loose at top portion of spine. Extra illustrations pasted in, loosely inserted engraving by Klumpke who has signed the book in pencil on half page. Her signature is very rare. She and Bonheur were admittedly lovers after they met in Paris in the 1890s. Also signed by Conrad K. Roland, artist of New Jersey bird studies, influenced by Bonheur, whose collection is in the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia. Wonderful association copy. French text. Heavy weight book..

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        ATLAS OF THE CHINESE EMPIRE

      London, Morgan & Scott, Ltd., published for the China Inland Mission,1908.. containing separate maps of the eighteen provinces of China proper on the scale of 1:3,000,000 and of the four great dependencies on the scale of 1:7,500,000 together with an index to all the names on the maps and a list of all protestant mission stations, &c. 1908, small folio, approximately 345 x 235 mm, 13½ x 9½ inches, pages: xii, index map and 22 coloured maps, 6 are double page, 1 double page map with extending flap, 16 pages of Index, plus 4 pages of adverts, original publisher's red cloth, gilt lettering to spine and upper cover in English and Chinese. Spine badly worn and split, corners worn with some card showing, shelf wear to edges, light staining to covers, lacks endpapers, margins of maps have pale age-browning, 2 maps have pale foxing, occasional stain to margins, blank sides of maps spotted with pale staining, a few small closed tears neatly repaired to bottom margins of first few pages of prelims, neat pencil notes on the blank side of first map, last advert leaf reinserted, a fair copy only, in worn binding. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        THE BREWSTER GENEALOGY 1566-1907

      1908. Jones, Emma C. Brewster. THE BREWSTER GENEALOGY 1566-1907. NY: The Grafton Press, 1908. #666 of a limited edition. 2 volumes. 1415pp., index, frontis. portraits both volumes, illus. b/w throughout. 8vo. Blue cloth stamped in gold, teg. This was the personal copy of Mary Alice James Perkins and included are her hand-written notes and family records and a folded pamphlet on "Constitution and By-Laws of the Kansas Society of Mayflower Descendants", 1915. Perkins family bookplates on front pastedown page of both volumes. Minor rubbing on edges, else fine bright hardcover set

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        MAX PLANCK: A group of 18 offprints, monographs and journal issues by and about Max Planck

      Book. Very Good. Soft cover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 1. Die Einheit des physikalischen Weltbildes: Vortrag gehalten am 9. Dezember 1908... Leipzig: Verlag von S. Hirzel, 1909, 38 pp. Original wrappers, some edge chipping, inscribed at top margin by American philosopher of science, Ernest Nagel (March 1925). First edition. - <br><br> 2. New paths of physical knowledge. Extract from: Philosophical Magazine, 1915, vol. 28, p. 60-71. Stapled. - <br><br> 3. Über neuere thermodynamische Theorien. Leipzig: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft, 1912, 34 pp. Original printed wrappers, unopened, some edge chipping. First edition. - <br><br> 4. Neue Bahnen der physikalischen Erkenntnis... Leipzig: Barth, 1916, 28 pp. Original wrappers, little stained. Second edition. Ownership stamp by Richard Prager, astronomer and pioneer of stellar photometry. - <br><br> 5. Das Prinzip der Erhaltung der Energie. Leipzig u. Berlin: Teubner, 1921, 278 pp. Original printed boards, soiled and chipped. Fourth edition. - <br><br> 6. Neue Bahnen der physikalischen Erkenntnis... Leipzig: Barth, 1923, 28 pp. Original printed wrappers. Third edition. - <br><br> 7. Kausalgesetz und Willensfreiheit... Berlin: Julius Springer, 1923, 52 pp. Original printed wrappers, unopened, some chipping at spine. First edition. - <br><br> 8. Ansprache, gehalten in der öffentlichen Sitzung am 24. Januar zur Feier des Jahrestages König Friedrichs II. Offprint from: Sitzungsberichte der preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften, 19. Februar 1924, 8 pp. Little staining to gutter. - <br><br> 9. Das Weltpild der neuen Physik. Leipzig: Barth, 1929, 52 pp. Original printed wrappers. Second edition. - <br><br> 10. Das Weltpild der neuen Physik. Leipzig: Barth, 1930, 52 pp. Original printed wrappers. Third and fourth edition. - <br><br> 11. [FERGUSON, Allan]. Prof. Planck and the Principle of Causality in Physics. In: Nature,Vol. 130, No. 3271, July 9, 1932, pp. 45-48. - <br><br> 12. Feier des 80. Geburtstages des Ehrenmitgliedes der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft Herrn ... Max Planck... Offprint from: Verhandlungen der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft, Vol. 19, No. 2, 1938, pp. 57-76. Stapled as issued. - <br><br> 13. Sinn und Grenzen der exakten Wissenschaft... Leipzig: Barth, 1942, 33 pp. Original printed wrappers, browned. Some pages with annotations in pencil. First edition. - <br><br> 14. Wissenschaftliche Selbstbiographie. Leipzig: Barth, 1948, 34 pp. Original printed wrappers, little browned. Second edition. - <br><br> 15. Die Physik im Kampf um die Weltanschauung... Leipzig: Barth, 1948, 30 pp. Original wrappers, little browned. Fifth edition. - <br><br> 16. Vom Wesen der Willensfreiheit... Leipzig: Barth, 1948, 30 pp. Original wrappers. Fifth edition. - <br><br> 17. Max Planck in seinen Akademie-Ansprachen. Erinnerungsschrift der Deutschen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 1948, 199 pp. Original printed wrappers. First edition. - <br><br> 18. [FLINT, H. T.] Prof. Max Planck, For. Mem. R. S. Reprinted from: Nature, Vol. 161, p.13, 1948. 4 unnumbered pages. Author&#39;s dedication copy, monographed. - <br><br>.

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        JOUONS À L&#39;HISTOIRE. La France mise en scène avec les Joujoux de deux petits Français

      Boivin & Cie. Paris. 1908. FIRST EDITION. 4to. (12.6 x 9.4 inches). All pages mounted onto hinges to allow the book be opened flat. Illustrated with 30 wonderful full page colour plates. A bright clean copy throughout with a small booksellers label to the front paste down endpaper. Rear free endpaper a little creased but still a superior copy in the publishers pale blue cloth-covered, bevelled-edged boards with full colour lettering and illustrations to the front panel. extremities a little rubbed and bumped but overall a lovely copy of this attractive book.

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        The Poetical Works of Oscar Wilde, Including Poems in Prose with Notes Bibliographical, Introduction Index and Facsimiles of Title-Pages

      Portland: Mosher, 1908. Limited. hardcover. fine. Photographic portrait frontispiece. xxiv, 394, & 15 pages. Short square 8vo, rebound in full green morocco; gilt- decorated spine with raised bands; marbled endpapers, uncut edges, t.e.g. Portland, ME: Thomas B. Mosher, 1908. A fine copy. Limited Edition, one of 750 copies on Van Gelder hand-made paper.

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        The Roly-Poly Pudding

      London and New York: Frederick Warne, 1908. First printing: "1908" is present on both title page and copyright page plus "[All Rights Reserved]" appears under 1908 on the title page. Sound binding with intact hinges. Generally clean pages with a few finger smudges. Light cover wear. Cover applique has a small chip at lower left corner and a two pencil lines at the top. Includes a protective clam shell box.. First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Potter, Beatrix. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Toyei Shuko.

      Printed and issued by the Shimbi Shoin. 1908-09., Tokyo, - An Illustrated Catalogue of the Ancient Imperial Treasury Called Shosoin. Compiled by the Imperial Household. Folio. 6 vols. 376 plates, of which 48 are color woodblock prints. Original decorative silk covers, very slightly worn, in cases. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Journal de Voyage: Égypte, Palestine, Syrie, Turquie, Grèce, Italie

      Davos, Davos SA 1908 - 2 volumes [complete]. An exceptionally well preserved set of this rare title, retaining the unsophisticated slipcase and both dustjackets. 289, vi; 299, v pages. Splendid palm motif to front covers, with gilded titles to front and spine; decorative endpapers, all edges red. Profusely illustrated with photographs tracing the journey from 22 November 1904 to 3 May 1905. Seemingly unread, with no ownership markings.Slight bump to lower right corner of front board of vol. 2. Clean and sound with faint foxing to jackets and blanks at front and rear only; else remarkably as-new. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Osterbuch [Hasenbuch]

      Berlin: B. Cassirer, [1908]. First Edition. Oblong quarto. Color pictorial paper covered boards, color decorated endpapers, 16 superb full-page pochoir colored illustrations by K. F. E. von Freyhold. Celebrated for its depth of feeling and delicate coloration and composition, these series of illustrations by Freyhold are among the finest to be found in any Jugendstil books of the period. A book seldom found without repairs, this copy is completely unsophisticated with all plates clean and bright. The spine has some slight fraying on top and bottom, corners slightly chipped and hinges only starting to weaken with some separation. Covers show some wear and soiling, yet a very nice copy indeed, in its original state of a book many consider to be the finest representation of Jugendstil art.

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        MAX PLANCK: A group of 18 offprints, monographs and journal issues by and about Max Planck.

      - 1. Die Einheit des physikalischen Weltbildes: Vortrag gehalten am 9. Dezember 1908. Leipzig: Verlag von S. Hirzel, 1909, 38 pp. Original wrappers, some edge chipping, inscribed at top margin by American philosopher of science, Ernest Nagel (March 1925). First edition. - 2. New paths of physical knowledge. Extract from: Philosophical Magazine, 1915, vol. 28, p. 60-71. Stapled. - 3. Über neuere thermodynamische Theorien. Leipzig: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft, 1912, 34 pp. Original printed wrappers, unopened, some edge chipping. First edition. - 4. Neue Bahnen der physikalischen Erkenntnis. Leipzig: Barth, 1916, 28 pp. Original wrappers, little stained. Second edition. Ownership stamp by Richard Prager, astronomer and pioneer of stellar photometry. - 5. Das Prinzip der Erhaltung der Energie. Leipzig u. Berlin: Teubner, 1921, 278 pp. Original printed boards, soiled and chipped. Fourth edition. - 6. Neue Bahnen der physikalischen Erkenntnis. Leipzig: Barth, 1923, 28 pp. Original printed wrappers. Third edition. - 7. Kausalgesetz und Willensfreiheit. Berlin: Julius Springer, 1923, 52 pp. Original printed wrappers, unopened, some chipping at spine. First edition. - 8. Ansprache, gehalten in der öffentlichen Sitzung am 24. Januar zur Feier des Jahrestages König Friedrichs II. Offprint from: Sitzungsberichte der preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften, 19. Februar 1924, 8 pp. Little staining to gutter. - 9. Das Weltpild der neuen Physik. Leipzig: Barth, 1929, 52 pp. Original printed wrappers. Second edition. - 10. Das Weltpild der neuen Physik. Leipzig: Barth, 1930, 52 pp. Original printed wrappers. Third and fourth edition. - 11. [FERGUSON, Allan]. Prof. Planck and the Principle of Causality in Physics. In: Nature,Vol. 130, No. 3271, July 9, 1932, pp. 45-48. - 12. Feier des 80. Geburtstages des Ehrenmitgliedes der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft Herrn . Max Planck. Offprint from: Verhandlungen der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft, Vol. 19, No. 2, 1938, pp. 57-76. Stapled as issued. - 13. Sinn und Grenzen der exakten Wissenschaft. Leipzig: Barth, 1942, 33 pp. Original printed wrappers, browned. Some pages with annotations in pencil. First edition. - 14. Wissenschaftliche Selbstbiographie. Leipzig: Barth, 1948, 34 pp. Original printed wrappers, little browned. Second edition. - 15. Die Physik im Kampf um die Weltanschauung. Leipzig: Barth, 1948, 30 pp. Original wrappers, little browned. Fifth edition. - 16. Vom Wesen der Willensfreiheit. Leipzig: Barth, 1948, 30 pp. Original wrappers. Fifth edition. - 17. Max Planck in seinen Akademie-Ansprachen. Erinnerungsschrift der Deutschen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 1948, 199 pp. Original printed wrappers. First edition. - 18. [FLINT, H. T.] Prof. Max Planck, For. Mem. R. S. Reprinted from: Nature, Vol. 161, p.13, 1948. 4 unnumbered pages. Author's dedication copy, monographed. - [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Vitality, Fasting and Nutrition: A Physiological Study of the Curative Power of Fasting, Together with a New Theory of the Relation of Food to Human Vitality (First Edition 1908); with an Introduction by A. Rabagliati, M.A., M.D., F.R.C.S.

      Rebman Company 1908 - Rare hardback copyright 1908; light green cloth boards with gilt lettering and caduceus on burgundy spine (see photo); four gently bumped corners; sunning and very light staining to top of rear board; faint wrinkling midway of spine along rear joint; a few pages show a tiny bit of faint damp staining on top edge only; text block tight and square with pages tanned from age; includes photos of patients taken at various stages during self-induced fasts; a rare and fascinating look at this esoteric subject; 648 pages (bx19) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Jane Austen&#39;s Novels

      London - J. Dent and Co., 1908 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A relatively scarce collection of Jane Austen&#39;s Novels in Ten Volumes edited by R. Brimley Johnson and with coloured illustrations by C. E. and H. M. BrockFive volumes of a ten volume set. Volumes I and II are Sense and Sensibility in two parts (fifth edition); volumes V and VI are Mansfield Park in two parts (fifth edition); and volume X is Persuasion (sixth edition). Henry Matthew Brock (1875- 1960) was a British illustrator and landscape painter of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Charles Edmund Brock (1870 - 1938) was a widely published English line artist and book illustrator, who signed his work C. E. Brock. He was the eldest of four artist brothers, including Henry Matthew Brock, also an illustrator. Previous owner&#39;s ink inscription to verso of front free endpaper to volume I. Condition: In illustratedcloth bindings. Externally, in excellent condition with only minor wear to extremities and the odd slight mark. Internally, firmly bound. Bright and generally clean throughoutbut with occasional spotting, mostly to text block edge and occasional handling marks to pages. Some endpapers unopened and slight marginal chipping and occasional closed tears where pages have been opened. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED.

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        Vieux tapis d&#39;Orient: publié par le Musée impérial royal autrichien d&#39;art et d&#39;industrie de Vienne: complement de l&#39;ouvrage Tapis d&#39;Orient, paru de 1892 à 1896 sous la direction du Musée imperial royal de commerce de Vienne; avec préface par A. von Scala,

      Leipzig: Karl W. Hiersemann. Very Good; 20 x 26.5 (66 cm) Portfolio of original printed cloth with new . half-calf. Edges of text and mounting sheets reinforced. New guard . tissues. Very Good condition. Minor discoloration to foot.. 1908. Portfolio. Illustrated by 25 chromolithographs tipped onto printed sheets; GWO 987. The French edition of Altorientalische Teppiche. Copy # 348 of 400 printed in German, English or French. Sumptuously produced pictorial survey of mostly Persian carpets described and shown in very fine color. [CSROT 4873].; 20; [3], 7, [2] pp. .

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        CHILDREN&#39;S STORIES THAT NEVER GROW OLD

      1908. 1. (NEILL,JOHN R.)illus. CHILDREN&#39;S STORIES THAT NEVER GROW OLD adapted by Mary Stone. Chicago: Reilly & Britt on(1908). 8vo (6 x 7 3/4"), yellow pictorial cloth, 312p. + ads, near Fine. 1st edition. A selection of 19 children&#39;s classics including LITTLE BLACK SAMBO, ALICE IN WONDERLAND, THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, THE STORY OF PETER RABBIT, TOPSY FROM UNCLE TOM&#39;S CABIN, LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD, BLACK BEAUTY, RIP VAN WINKLE, HANSEL & GRETHEL and others. Illustrated by Neill with over 70 full page color illustrations plus several black and whites. This includes an early Potter piracy, a wicked looking Sambo, and an interesting Alice among all the other wonderful tales. Nice copies of the first printing are rare and this is a beauty. (See Schiller 403 for later printing).

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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (ALS) to his wife

      New York, March 1908. Folds from mailing, still about Fine, with envelope. A three-page AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED as "Pearl" (Grey was born Pearl Zane Gray) to his wife "Dolly" on three sheets of illustrated New Grand Hotel stationery with envelope postmarked March 1908. Grey discusses his rotten position: "I&#39;m afraid I can&#39;t have Outing publish my book until everybody&#39;s got good and ready to let me.... And I, like an idiot signed that paper, which legally gives them the right to my photographs. Why didn&#39;t you or Murphy see that? If they don&#39;t choose to use the story & pictures I can&#39;t get the book published at all. It&#39;s most damnably sickening. I don&#39;t know what to do.... For a measly little hundred dollars I have about queered my chances.... Murphy says it will work out allright [sic]. I hope so, but tonight I can&#39;t see anything but black. Will be on the mountain tomorrow." Zane Grey decided to become a writer just five years before this letter when he wrote a fishing story that appeared in RECREATION MAGAZINE. Outing published Grey&#39;s third book, THE LAST OF THE PLAINSMEN, in 1908 complete with Grey&#39;s photographs. It was based on a trip Grey made out West with Col. "Buffalo" Jones in 1907. This trip was the turning point in Grey&#39;s life, but his book about Jones and his experiences in the Grand Canyon was not successful. It would be a few more years before Grey became a success with RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE. An outstanding early letter revealing the torment of a struggling writer.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Biedermeier-Wünsche

      Stuttgart: Julius Hoffmann, (1908). Oblong folio. 25pp. + 50ff. loose plates, one of which is in full color. One of 400 numbered copies. This guide to Austrian printed ephemera is illustrated throughout with black-and-white reproductions of valentines, greeting cards, paper games and dolls, and more. The extra plates show examples of ephemera produced by the major publishers of the time. Beidermeier refers to a style of visual and decorative arts that was popular between 1815 and 1848 in Austria, characterized by its elegance. Some Biedermeier cards are elaborately decorated and over-the-top. Many feature movable pictures, with tabs that turn and change the images or animate arms and legs. A fragile publication in remarkably fine condition, save for a slight split to bottom of spine and light discoloration and wear to bottom edge. In paper wrappers printed with the publisher&#39;s insignia. Housed with the loose plates in a handsome dark red morocco-backed box.

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        Le Bouton de l&#8217 Armée française.

      J. Leroy 1908 - in-4 ( 205 X 215 mm ), demi-basane fauve, dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre de chagrin brique, couverture illustrée, non rogné. ( Reliure postérieure ). XIV et 126 pages et ( 1 ) feuillet pour la table générale. 53 planches représentant chacune 24 boutons dont 52 coloriées au pinceau à laquarelle et reproductions dans le texte. EDITION ORIGINALE RARE qui ne fut tirée qu'à 250 exemplaires. Exemplaire sur vélin fort. Histoire regiments armee costumes uniformes [Attributes: First Edition]

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        My African Journey

      London: Hodder & Stoughton. 1908. First edition: colonial issue. 8vo. xiv, 226pp, frontis photograph (WSC with a dead rhino) with tissue guard, 46 other tipped-in plates (60 images), 3 maps (with red highlights). Original red cloth, the upper board decorated in blue, grey and black featuring an image of WSC based on the frontis photograph, a gilt asterisk underneath the publisher&#39;s name on spine (the only indication that this is the &#39;Colonial&#39; issue of the edition); the corners a trifle rubbed, head and tail of spine more so with a tiny break at the head, the spine a bit faded and with some damp marks, extending to the foot edge of the lower board. None of this has affected the book-block, the text pages are clean and crisp. The uncut edges a little yellowed. There is some offsetting on the endpapers; the front eps have a bookseller&#39;s tiny stamp twice, an owner&#39;s name and another&#39;s cataloguing mark &#39;T 281&#39; (the latter repeated on the rear paste-down), a bookplate has been removed from the front free endpaper, with minimal marking. Slight straining of the binding between pages 80 & 81. All plates and maps are present; this is a good to very good copy with minor marking of the spine and foot of lower board. ***Churchill&#39;s account of his travels in British East Africa, written while he was Under Secretary of State for the Colonies. This is the only one of Churchill&#39;s published works which features his own photographs. .

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        Den lange Rejse.

      6 bd. (Bræen. Skibet. Det tabte Land. Norne-Gæst. Christofer Columbus. Cimbrenes Tog). Alle orig. udgaver. Kbhvn. 1908-23. Indbundet ubeskåret med de originale for- og bagomslag i privat halvlæder.. Et pænt eksemplar af et af hovedværkerne i det 20ende århundredes danske litteratur

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        Liberalism and Socialism by Winston S. Churchill, first edition, only printing, bound in Pamphlets & Leaflets for 1908, Being the Publications for the Year of the Liberal Publication Department

      On the few occasions we've seen this very early Churchill speech pamphlet offered, it has been removed from a bound volume. Here is not only the speech, but the bound volume. It contains, of course, the elusive first edition, only printing of Churchill's speech defining the difference between Liberalism and Socialism given in Dundee on 4 May 1908. This is a 4 page paper pamphlet dated "15/6/08" published by the Liberal Publication Department and printed by Strangeways & Sons. The volume in which the speech is bound is likewise published by The Liberal Publication Department and contains pamphlets and leaflets published before 16 November 1908. Bound in a black leather pebble grain leater spine over green ribbed buckram covers, the book measures 8.25 inches tall by 5.5 inches wide by 1 inch thick. It contains a table of contents indexing by subject the numerous bound pamphlets and leaflets. The book is a fascinating piece of history, containing pamphlets and leaflets of all shapes and sizes, many of which are folded in and, we imagine, are unlikely to now be found anywhere else given their fragility and ephemeral nature. Condition of the bound volume is near-fine. The binding is particularly good, with clean and bright boards showing only light wear at the corners. Spine presentation is likewise superior, with bright gilt and only light wear at the spine head and tail. The spine leather remains supple and intact. The contents, including the Churchill speech pamphlet, are truly excellent. The binding is tight, the pages are exceptionally bright and clean, and the top edge retains bright gilt. There is no spotting and no inscriptions. Protected in a removable, archival mylar sleeve. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A24, Woods A13.

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        THE WAR IN THE AIR

      1908. [first binding, fine] And particularly how Mr. Bert Smallways fared while it lasted. With Illustrations by A. C. Michael. London: George Bell and Sons, 1908. 2 pp undated ads. Original blue cloth decorated in gilt. First Edition of this extraordinary tale of a Cockney cycle mechanic who is carried off by a drifting balloon and is then caught up in a surprise German air attack on New York City -- which in turn precipitates the collapse of civilization. Though this book typifies Wells&#39;s fantastic "fiction about the future" (and includes a remarkable forecast of aerial warfare), it is perhaps more noteworthy as one of his earliest warnings about "the German menace" -- a topic to which he would devote increased attention over the coming years.~This copy is in Currey&#39;s binding "A" (with lettering in gilt on both the front cover and the spine, and with no mounted color plate). This is a remarkably fine, bright copy (free endpapers browned, as always); since this is also the primary binding, one could not hope to find a much better copy. Wells Soc. 36; Hammond B11; Currey p. 526. Housed in a morocco-backed clamshell case.

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        The Dynasts

      London: Macmillan, 1904; 1906; 1908 - A complete set Hardy's verse epic of the Napoleonic Wars First editions, second issue of first part. 3 vols., 8vo. . Bound in three quarter blue morocco and blue cloth, gilt spine, t.e.g., for Sotheran. Spine lightly sunned, else fine. Purdy, pp. 119-134 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        A Motor-Flight Through France. First edition. Very rare in the original dust jacket. A Motor-Flight Through France captures all of the riches and charm of France during the Belle Époque in Edith Wharton&#39;s, beautiful romantic prose. Wharton was utterly beguiled by France at the dawn of the twentieth century, and in this volume her brilliant sketches of "l&#39;Hexagone" provide an enchanting and indelible portrait of the land during this era

      New York: Scribner&#39;s, 1908. First edition. Octavo, original green cloth with gilt titles to the spine and front panel. Top edge gilt. Illustrated throughout. Fine in the original dust jacket which shows some chips to the spine and a large chip to the rear panel. Very rare in the original dust jacket. A Motor-Flight Through France captures all of the riches and charm of France during the Belle Époque in Edith Wharton&#39;s, beautiful romantic prose. Wharton was utterly beguiled by France at the dawn of the twentieth century, and in this volume her brilliant sketches of "l&#39;Hexagone" provide an enchanting and indelible portrait of the land during this era. But Wharton&#39;s travelogue is as much about the thrill of travel as it is about place. With the automobile in its infancy, Wharton was experiencing the countryside as few people ever had, liberated from the ugliness of train yards and the constraints of passage by rail. "The motor-car has restored the romance of travel," she wrote.

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        The Description and Natural History of the Coasts of North America (Acadia)

      Toronto : Champlain Society , 1908 . First Edition . Good . 8VO . Publications of the Champlain Society II. Translatedd and edited, with a memoir of the author, collateral documents and a reprint of the original by William F Ganong. With reproduction of original illustrations, drawings by Ganong and photgraphs of the area including two fold-out maps, both worn but complete. One of the scarcest of Champlain Society publication. An ex-library copy in the original gilt-stamped red binding with usual interior markings, overall light wear to covers with remants of label and evidence of label removals on lower spine, some black marks on rear board, Spine faded, some minor bubbling to rear board.

      [Bookseller: Neil Williams, Bookseller]
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        SOUVENIRS DE MADAME DE CAYLUS. ( numéroté)

      Paris, L. Carteret, 1908.** - Relié de l' époque, demi - cuir, dor à nerfs (5) doré, plats de papier marbré, 14x21,5cm, (1) couverture originale, (6), frontispice ( portrait de l' auteur) par Boisson, 304pp, (2), couverture originale, (1), illustré n/b. N° 211 de 350 exemplaieres numéroté sur papier vélin du Marais. Préface par Voltaire, notice de Lescure, M, De. Nouvelle éditions illustré par Lionel Péraux, gravures au burin et a l' eau - forte par Léon Boisson. 700 g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die Entwicklung der Dampfmaschine. Eine Geschichte der ortsfesten Dampfmaschine und der Lokomobile, der Schiffsmaschine und Lokomotive, Band 1-2.

      Verlag von Julius Springer 1908 834 +. 732 sider. Ganzleinenband Sehr guter Zustand Erstausgabe. Erster Band mit 780 Textfiguren und 32 Bildnissen, Zweiter Band mit 1073 Textfiguren und 6 Bildnissen. Kleiner Fleck auf der Rückseite des ersten Bandes (siehe Photo). Ansonsten ein sehr wohl bewahrtes Werk Tysk

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        The Etched Work of Frank Brangwyn

      London: The Fine Art Society. Good+. 1908. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Lacks plates 1-4, which were original etchings. Some damp stains to spine of portfolio container, tanned feps, owner&#39;s signature and date to ffep, lower spine coming away from backing. ; B&W ; 1.7 x 21.4 x 15 inches; 22+ pages; Number 56 of 150. Plates 5 - 51 are reproductions of Brangwyn&#39;s etchings and drawings. Grey card with cream cloth spine and black lettering in beige cloth portfolio. Oversize volume requiring additional postage. .

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        La Sagesse et la destinée

      Paris: Eugène Fasquelle (Bibliothèque-Charpentier), 1908. Livre. Bon. Reliure signée. Paris, Eugène Fasquelle (Bibliothèque-Charpentier), 1908. 19 x 12 cm, in-12, 313 pp., reliure de plein maroquin vert richement décoré aux petits fers à froid, plats biseautés ornés d&#39;une large roulette à froid et dorée sur cuir repoussé, premier plat mosaïqué en relief d&#39;un vase modelé sur un fond de cuir orange le tout entouré d&#39;une guirlande nouée en tête, signature du relieur sur le premier plat, dos à 5 nerfs, doubles filets sur les coupes, encadrement intérieur, gardes et doublures de soie décorée, tête dorée, couvertures non conservées (reliure signée Saint André). On a relié en tête 1) une lettre autographe signée (2 pp. in-12) du relieur intitulée "Légende de la Reliure", expliquant la symbolique du décor de la reliure, 2) une lettre autographe signée (3 pp. in-12) de Sara de Lignereux expliquant à sa "chère Marguerite" qu&#39;elle a voulu lui offrir un livre qui lui était cher et que son mari, "le divin Maître Saint-André", voulut le relier. Les deux lettres sont datées du 20 juillet 1909 et situées au château du Préau à Vimory (Limousin). Ambroise Saint-André de Lignereux (né en 1861) était un décorateur spécialiste du travail du cuir. Il travailla au renouvellement des techniques du cuir d&#39;art et à leur propagation. Son épouse, née Sara Oquendo au Pérou, publia sous le pseudonyme de Arsène Arüss (elle est connue par la BnF sous le nom de Sarah Oguendo). Une reliure surprenante au décor particulièrement riche. Dos et premier plat passés, quelques traces de cire..

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        Essays on Life Art and Science

      A.C. Fifield 1908 - Reissue. Original green cloth lettered in black. From the library of Aldous Huxley, with his early ownership inscription, "A.L.Huxley July 26th 1909" to the front endpaper. A very good copy with minor wear to the spine and fading to the back panel. Later bookplate of Newport Reference Library to front pastedown, some spotting to page edges and slight loosening between a couple of sections. Huxley's inscription marks his fifteenth birthday and the subject matter reflects the change in his interest at the time from the family scientific study of his youth to literature and the arts. The last chapter, "The Deadlock in Darwinism", might have been of particular interest. Huxley's grandfather, T.H. Huxley, had been a famously outspoken advocate for Darwin's theory of evolution and Huxley's brother, Julian, was at about the time of the inscription at an international gathering in Cambridge to celebrate the centenary of Darwin's birth. The author would also be of interest to him. Huxley is known to have read and enjoyed Butler's is best known work, a dystopian novel, Erewhon. Huxley later provided an introduction for the 1934 reissue of Erewhon, in which he acknowledges it as the inspiration for his recently published, Brave New World. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Jahrbuch des Allgemeinen Verbandes der auf Selbsthilfe beruhenden deutschen Erwerbs- und Wirtschaftsgenossenschaften e. v. für die Jahre 1908 - 1911 (Das jahresberichts neue folge) XII. Jahrgang - XV. Jahrgang (50. - 53. Folge des Jahresberichts) - 4 Bände KOMPLETT - gebunden.,

      1908 -1911. 1908 - je Band ca. 250 Seiten; Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel.). Der Zustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; Orig. Halbleder; Komplettpreis für 4 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten! Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 4000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        (London Suburbs)

      London: , 1908. [Barnes, Chiswick, Fulham, Chelsea, Wandsworth, Putney] Size: 345 × 530 mm. Lithograph with original colour. Excellent condition. Sheet 15 from: Bacon&#39;s &#39;New Large - Scale Atlas of London and Suburbs&#39;. An impressively detailed map of this fashionable part of south west London. Scale of 4 inches to the mile.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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