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         From Kulja, across the Tian Shan to Lob-Nor.

      Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington. Nikolai Mikhailovich Przheval'skii (1839-88) was a Russian geographer and explorer. His expeditions => extensively contributed to Europe's knowledge of Central Asia and advanced the study of the region's geography, fauna, and flora, earning him the Founder's Gold Medal from the Royal Geographical Society in 1879, as well as a breed of horse named in his honor. In his second expedition to Central Asia (1876-77), documented here, Przheval'skii traveled through Kulja, today called Yining, to Lop Nur, although the ultimate goal of reaching Lhasa was not achieved due to an illness and worsening relations with China. For this => first English edition, English explorer Edward Delmar Morgan translated the account of the trek and Thomas Douglas Forsyth provided an introduction. The volume includes => two color folding maps; the larger shows Przheval'skii's journey through South Asia in 1877 and the smaller one depicts the "comparison between Chinese and Prejevalsky's geography from tracings by Baron Richthofen." Evidence of Readership: On the title-page, beside the author's name, "London 5/11/88 -- Telegram death of Col. Prejevalsky while on expedition to Thibet." Occasionally, an inked or penciled mark or number in a margin. Provenance: On verso of title-page, signature of M. Holzmann and (in a different hand) "C.J.M. 5944." Most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.

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         Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes

      London: C. Kegan Paul & Co, 1879. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition, First Printing; one of 750 copies in the first printing. Very Good with scratches to front cover, light rubbing to cloth at corners and spine ends, spine cloth slightly darkened. Light shelf lean. Inner hinges professionally repaired. Small binder ticket to rear paste down, small bookseller ticket to front paste down. Tipped in sheet at front with previous owner gift inscription; faded previous owner details to preliminary blank page. Pages toned. A nice copy of Robert Louis Stevenson's earliest published work, which is considered to be a pioneering classic of outdoor literature.

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         [Manuscript letter concerning articles for 'Good Words' magazine on the Great Indian Famine of 1876-78].

      4th June 1879. MANUSCRIPT LETTER TO THE EDITOR OF 'GOOD WORDS'. Written in black ink to half a side of folded headed note paper. Editor's remarks written in red ink to the facing side of the page, slotted into a paper mount including a typed transcription of the letter.Light browning and discolouration to paper edges and fold. Very good indeed. The 'Lady with the Lamp' here enquires whether Dr. Norman MacLeod, Editor of 'Good Words' magazine, would like two articles for his July and August issues giving an account of the Great Famine in Bombay Presidency, which is estimated to have killed five and a half million people throughout the affected regions between 1876 and 1878.

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         Stanford's Large Scale Map of Afghanistan

      Stanford, London 1879 - showing the new British Frontiers according to the treaty of Gandamak. Folding linen backed map colored in outline. Orig cover & label. 32.25 x 37.75 in. 24 mi to the in. Fine. Oxus River south to Sind and Persia to Kashmir. Nice map. Hatchuring shows good representation of mountain ranges. Oct 1, 1879 London Stanford.

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         Sämmtliche Werke und Handschriftlicher Nachlaß. Erste kritische Gesammt-Ausgabe

      Sauerländischer Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1879. CLXXX, 472 Seiten mit 2 Stahlstichen, Halbleder auf 5 Schmuckbunden mit 2 goldgeprägten Rückenschildern und Kopfgoldschnitt (gering fleckig)

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         'English Sporting Guns, Volume 1'. A cloth-bound volume containing twelve trade catalogues of firearms and accessories

      The item comes from the working library of W.E. Ekins and Son, gunmakers and gunsmiths in Adelaide from 1879 to 1969. The catalogues date from the late 1800s and early 1900s; manufacturers represented are Scott & Son, Hunter Arms Company, Cashmore, Charles Boswell, Claborough & Johnstone, Holloway (three catalogues), Holloway & Naughton, Thomas Bland, Webley, and Webley & Scott. Sizes vary from octavo to large oblong quarto; all original covers are retained. The condition is very good to excellent, with the exception of the largest and oldest ('Webley's Solid-frame Revolvers', 1889 - hardly sporting!) which has some chipped margins neatly reinforced with paper. Further details are available on request.

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         History of Afghanistan, from the earliest period to the outbreak of the war of 1878.

      London W.H. Allen & Co. 1879 - Second edition pp.xxviii, 456, errata leaf, large folding map. Bound in contemporary calf, spine gilt. A very good copy.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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         Stanford's Large Scale Map of Afghanistan

      London: Stanford, 1879. 1879. No Binding. Fine. showing the new British Frontiers according to the treaty of Gandamak. Folding linen backed map colored in outline. Orig cover & label. 32.25 x 37.75 in. 24 mi to the in. Fine. Oxus River south to Sind and Persia to Kashmir. Nice map. Hatchuring shows good representation of mountain ranges. Oct 1, 1879 London Stanford.

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         Photographic Views of Lynn, Mass., with Historical Sketches from 1629 to 1879 ; also, A List of Enterprising Business Houses

      Lynn [ Massachusetts ]: Heal, Josiah W., 1879. First Edition. Boards. Good. First Edition. Not paginated. Oblong. 12 x 9 inches. 49 leaves affixed to binding structure with linen hinges.New leather spine and corners over original cloth boards gilt. Front pastedown is additional advertising, rear pastedown is blank. About half the leaves have significant dampstaining (the lightest at the foreedges and only marginal, the worst extending about 1/3 into the text or photograph portion of the page) Image quality varies, the worst being the photograph of Lydia Pinkham's building which is badly spotted.One leaf is printed on a different paper stock, in partial color and with slightly smaller page dimensions. Boards. There are at least two works with this title. 1) [ as here ] with 24 albumen illustrations and many additional pages of business advertisements.2) A photograph album with 23 glazed collotype images with rounded corners, captions, and surrounded by decorative borders but with no advertisements. Both contain images by photographer C.E. Cook. Interestingly some content appears to be different. The present example contains forty nine leaves (98 pages) plus an additional page of advertising affixed to the front pastedown. Of these, 24 pages are albumen photographs with captions (but no decorative borders and square corners).There are 4 pages of information about Lynn and it's statistics/goverance. The balance (aside from the photographs) are advertisements for local firms - some full page, some as small as a business card. Some advertisements are two color, with a few pages full color productions. OCLC/Worldcat notes eight examples with [71] pages, [24] pages of plates (or 95 pages total). This example, with 99 pages total, would be the "most complete" version at least according to Worldcat descriptions. One page is an avertisement with a photograph of a building owned by the publisher Josiah W. Heal, noting that he is heading west, and desires to sell the building at a good price, not something a publisher would likely waste money on printing for very long. A substantial and impressive undertaking for such a localized area. Scarce in the marketplace. Charles Wood 2003 catalog for 3,500 noting "These 'booster books' were never common; this is the first one I have seen on the market in at least a decade." In addition to his example, Swann's in 2014 for 4,750 (noting 34 images).Both were in better condition than the example offered here.

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         Les tribulations d'un Chinois en Chine

      - Hetzel, Paris 1879, Grd. in-8 (18x27,5cm), 203pp., relié. - Edition illustrato con 53 disegni di Bennett e una mappa. editor di cartonnage ha dichiarato: "Nel primo" green - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale illustrée de 53 dessins de Benett et une carte. Catalogue AB in fine pour l'année 1880. Cartonnage d'éditeur dit "Aux initiales" de couleur vert moyen. Plaque supérieure signée Berger en très bel état, aux ors lumineux, avec de légères zones vaguement décolorées dans le médaillon central. Second plat de type C2 de Magnier en très bonne condition avec une mince rayure et de petitez zones grattées. Dos bien net, avec un minucule manque en tête et les coiffes frottées. Coins émoussés. Un feuillet légèrement ressorti. Rousseurs éparses. dans l'ensemble un assez bel exemplaire dans une condition appréciable. Un des titres les plus célèbres de Jules Verne qui donnera lieu à des adaptations au cinéma. Ce roman d'aventure tourne autour d'une morale simple, qu'il faut avoir connu les malheurs et la peur pour apprécier la valeur de la vie. C'est ainsi qu'un millionnaire chinois n'a plus goût à rien. Ce dernier se retrouve ruiné et décide de se donner la mort, mais n'éprouvant rien au moment de se suicider, il demande à son ami de le tuer dans un délais imparti. Le héros apprend plus tard qu'il n'est pas ruiné. Il veut alors vivre et épouser Lé-Ou. C'est sans compter la menace de mort qui pèse sur lui et la difficulté à retrouver son ami à sa poursuite. NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures.

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         Travels and researches among the lakes and mountains of Eastern & Central Africa.

      London John Murray 1879 - First edition. 8vo., xxii, 417pp., 3 folding maps, 14 plates, illustrations, original decorated grey cloth, gilt edges, black endpapers, light fading to spine, a fine copy. J. Frederic Elton was British Consul in Mozambique and spent considerable time fighting the slave trade in the region. "He explored the region around Lake Nyassa and enjoyed considerable sport after elephant, hippopotamus, impala, eland, black rhinoceros, and buffalo. His descriptions of elephant hunting with his two rifles, "Big Henry" and "Little Henry", are particularly vivid. During his return to the coast he contracted fever and died." (Czech). Czech p55. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         THROUGH THE DARK CONTINENT [TWO VOLUME SET] Or the Sources of the Nile around the Great Lakes of Equatorial Africa and Down the Livingstone River to the Atlantic Ocean

      Harper & Brothers, New York 1879 - Light wear to spine ends and other extremities. Hinges professionally repaired. ; Decorative dark green boards with pictorial design in black and brown. Gilt lettering to spine and front board. Brown endpapers. "10 maps and 150 woodcuts". Including maps in rear pockets ; 8vo; 522, 566 pages [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         SPORT IN BRITISH BURMA, ASSAM, and the CASSYAH AND JYNTIAH HILLS

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1879. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. In two volumes, With notes of sport in the hilly districts of the northern division, Madras indicating the best localities with natural history notes, illustrations of the people, scenery, and game, together with maps to guide the traveler or sportsman, and hints on weapons, fishing tackle ...for killing game met with in those provinces. Yellow endpapers, previous owner's name, San Antonio, Tx. Feb, '97. Brown cloth, black rules, decoration, gilt titles, rubbing at head and heel of spines, interiors clean and tight. Two folding maps,( one with tear near binding)10 color lithographs by Vincent Brooks Day & Son as called for, (one of a horse caught in a tree where it had fallen) 253pp., 230pp., all edges untrimmed, one margin water stain. Both volumes complete.

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         Klinger, Max. - Rettungen Ovidischer Opfer (Opus II). - Blatt VIII. - "Narcissus und Echo II".

      - Radierung / Strichätzung, Aquatinta & Kaltnadel, auf festem glänzendem Japanbütten, 1879. Von Max Klinger. 27,6 x 18,2 cm (Darstellung) / 29,9 x 20,8 cm (Platte) / 40 x 29 cm (Blatt). Singer 32 IV (von VI). In der Platte links unten gestochene Signatur: "MAX KLINGER". Oben links und rechts bezeichnet: "OP. II. / VIII." - Gratiger feinnerviger Abzug. - Im äußersten oberen Rand drei kleine Flecklein. Sonst tadellos. Guter Zustand. Max Klinger (1857 Leipzig - 1920 Großjena). Deutscher Bildhauer, Maler und Grafiker des Symbolismus. 1874/75 Studium an der Großherzoglich Badischen Kunstschule in Karlsruhe bei Karl Gussow und Ludwig Des Coudres, 1875 an der Königlichen Akademie der Künste in Berlin. 1878 präsentierte Klinger zum ersten Mal seine Gemälde in der 52. Ausstellung der Königlichen Akademie der Künste in Berlin. Ab 1879 lebte er völlig zurückgezogen in Brüssel und beschäftigt sich intensiv mit Radierung und Aquatinta. Aufenthalte in Brüssel, München, Paris und Rom. Großer Erfolg als Graphiker, u.a. mit dem Radierzyklus "Paraphrase über den Fund eines Handschuhs" (1881). Klinger zählt zu den wichtigsten Vertretern der polychromen Plastik. Zu seinen Hauptwerken zählen u.a. die Skulpturen "Beethoven", "Die neue Salome" und "Kassandra". Eine sozialkritische Sicht beweist Klinger in den Radierzyklen, ?Dramen? und ?Ein Leben? Zahlreiche Künstler der Moderne wie Käthe Kollwitz, Ernst Barlach oder Edvard Munch beriefen sich auf ihn. Sprache: Deutsch

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         CAUDEBEC EN CAUX - DOUZE DESSINS D'APRES NATURE GRAVES A L'EAU-FORTE PAR M. P. CARBONNIER. TEXTE PAR M. R. DE MAULDE

      Me Ve CADART 1879 - CARBONNIER TIRAGE NUMEROTE 78 sur 150 sur HOLLANDE. - 1879, PARIS, Me Ve CADART. - GRAND PORTFOLIO A LACETS IN-FOLIO, 54 par 38 cm. - P. de fx titre, au dos la justification du Tirage à 150 exemplaires sur Hollande, le nôtre portant le 78. Page de titre, 53 pages avec bandeaux et lettrines, gravures dans le texte. - SUIVENT les 12 EAUX FORTES. TRES RARE EXEMPLAIRE BIEN COMPLET de ses 12 Eaux Fortes. - [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE BERNARD MARIE ROLIN]
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         Heidelberga. Prächtige Ansicht von Heidelberg über den Neckar. Facsimile-Reproduktion des Kupferstichs von Frederik de Wit durch die Reichsdruckerei Berlin um 1880

      Faksimile-Reprint auf großem Büttenblatt in der Größe des Originals mit fein abgesetztem Plattenrand, Plattengröße 34 x 49 cm, Blattgröße 48 x 61 cm, rechts unten in der Platte signiert "F. de Wit Excudit Amstelodami", rückseitig blauer Rundstempel "Facsimile-Reproduction der Reichsdruckerei Berlin", Papier leicht gegilbt und im breiten Rand etwas lichtrandig, geglättete Mittelfalz, im Himmel über dem Geißberg ein kleiner blasser Braunpunkt, im unteren Rand der bildlichen Darstellung zwei kleine Löcklein, rückseitig mit Papier der Zeit fachgerecht hinterklebt, ansonsten gut erhalten, sehr selten und für uns anderenorts antiquarisch nicht nachweisbar, auch als Faksimile-Reprint sehr selten Die in brillanter Druckqualität auf handgeschöpftem Bütten zwischen 1879 und 1921 entstandenen Facsimiles der Reichsdruckerei mussten, um eine Verwechselung mit den Originalen zu vermeiden, mit einem Stempel "Facsimile Reproduction der Reichsdruckerei" versehen werden.

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         The Sacred Books of China. The Sacred Books of the East. The Texts of Confucianism. Part I: The Shu King, The Religious Portions of the Shih King, The Hsiao King

      Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1879 - First edition, first printing. Octavo,22.8*16cm, xxx,492p.Ex-library with usual treatments.Volume III of the Sacred Books of the East series. Bound in original brown cloth with gilt lettering. Extremities of spine worn and chipped. Front hinge cracked but binding secure, pages lightly toned but firm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         LES ELEMENTS DE L'ART ARABE. LE TRAIT DES ENTRELACS

      Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1879. First edition. Large quarto in 3/4 brown marble with burgundy leather; VG; 6-band embossed spine with gold gilt; boards show some amount of shelf wear around corners and spine and slight soiling; small sticker inside front board; previous owner's signatures on ffep; strong binding; paper slightly faded and plates clean; contains 190 lithographs of patterns and 10 color lithographs (1 with gold lining); Jules Bourgoin traveled to Damascus in 1875 and came upon 150 plates which he could not acquired but reproduced and elaborated upon; 47 pages of text in French; shelved in Case # 7; please contact us for shipping costs. Dupont.

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         A Confidential Agent.) ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT of 'A Confidential Agent'. Payn's detective novel, with numerous corrections on every page.

      [1879?] 1879 - 566pp. 4to. The first page of the earlier notebooks are signed by Payn, initially from 43 Warrington Crescent and then from 15 Waterloo Place, London. The first page is dated May 30; the final page is dated December 5, presumably 1879. The manuscript is initially titled 'The Family Crash(?)' Payn wrote the novel in a series of black cloth-covered notebooks which have been bound up in two volumes in full olive morocco. The volume was presented to Horace Pym with a signed presentation inscription "from his affectionate friend James Payn. Aug. 11th. 1883". Both volumes contain the bookplate of Horace Noble Pym.' A Confidential Agent' was published by Chatto & Windus in 3 volumes, 1880. James Payn, 1830-1898, was an author and influential literary journalist who ?came to exercise formidable power as a literary broker and patron (Sutherland, Victorian Fiction). He wrote a regular column for the Illustrated London News and became editor of the Cornhill Magazine. His first major success as a novelist came with the publication of Lost Sir Massingberd (1864), which increased the circulation of Chambers?s Edinburgh Journal, in which it was serialsed, by 20,000 and established Payn as an early contributor to the detective genre. Horace Pym, solicitor, 1844-1896, was a noted book collector and a friend of Wilkie Collins as well as other writers of the period, including James Payn. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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         Hints for Pupils in Drawing and Painting. With Illustrations from Charcoal Drawings by William M. Hunt.

      Boston: Houghton, Osgood and Company; Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1879. - 12mo, gray cloth over boards, author, title and paint-brush design in black on upper cover. [5], 32 pp., 20 photolithographic [?] plates, including frontis., printed in brown, with tissue guards. A label for "Fresh Cream from Champernoun Farm, John Thaxter, Proprietor" is laid into the volume. John Thaxter, a gentleman farmer, was the son of Celia and Levi Thaxter. An extraordinarily poignant association copy of this art instruction manual illustrated by William Morris Hunt, inscribed by Hunt to Celia Thaxter, just a month before it was her fate to discover his body in a shallow reservoir on Appledore Island after he had gone missing, with six of the plates initialed by Hunt as well. Inscribed in ink "Celia Thaxter, from Wm. M. Hunt, Aug 1879." Artist William Morris Hunt (1824-1879), a friend of Celia Thaxter and a regular visitor at her famed Isle of Shoals retreat for artists and writers, arrived there in July of 1879 in a state of nervous exhaustion, feeling that his work had come to an end. Writing to Annie Fields on 19 July, Thaxter noted "Just think of our having William Hunt here, shuddered back from the dreadful verge, so attenuated, so pathetic He and his sister, his brother, and his man Carter are all housed beneath this cottage roof; and I hope and trust that the air is going to do everything for him." Thaxter described the final weeks Hunt spent on the Island as pleasant and seemingly enjoyable and salubrious, although she clearly remained concerned about his depressed state. On Monday 8 September, however, tragedy struck: He had not seemed more depressed than usual that morning. He sat with us by the fire for a while after breakfast. It had been raining. Then he went out, and we never saw him again. It was an hour or two before we were really aroused to alarm about him; for each one thought him in this or that place where he was accustomed to be, and no anxiety entered our hearts, for of such a catastrophe we could not dream?At the top of the ledge behind the cottage at Appledore is a tiny basin hollowed out of the rock to catch the rains, a shallow reservoir filled with water?It is a lovely place, this little sheet of tranquil water lying out on the top of the rocks, open to the sky and reflecting its every tint and change as perfectly as the great ocean beyond it?Here on that Monday morning, when all our little world was seeking him, I found all that was left of our beautiful friend, floating upon his face, while the wind fluttered a fold of his long coat which lay on the water dark in the still and sunny glitter of the surface elsewhere unbroken. In a moment help was on the spot, and unavailing efforts to resuscitate him were made, but life had been gone for some hours. "I found him," she wrote to a close friend. "It was reserved for me, who loved him truly, that bitterness." The exact cause of Hunt's death remains unclear. While many have considered it suicide, Hunt was also suffering from vertigo which may well have led to accidental drowning.Originally a student of Hunt's, the author of this volume, Helen Knowlton, encouraged other women to take his experimental art classes, became a teacher and artist herself, and authored a biography about Hunt entitled Art Life of William Morris Hunt. Knowlton dedicated the manual to Hunt, "from whose teaching much of the material for these pages" was obtained. Hunt was harshly criticized for teaching women as it was considered to be a waste of his time. An unusually poignant association book, inscribed and initialed by Hunt to his dear host and friend during his final stay on Appledore Island. REFERENCES: The Letters of Celia Thaxter (Boston, 1897), pp. 93-94; Knowlton, Helen M. Art Life of William Morris Hunt (Boston, 1899), pp. 86-88.CONDITION: Good, extremities rubbed with slight loss at head and foot of spine, spine sunned, 1 cm. ink stain on left edge of lower cover, tissue guards foxed. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Naval

      1879-1891. The Log of the cutter "Ileen," 106 pages, 9" by 14", bound in brown leather. "ILEEN" in gilt lettering on cover; "LOG/BOOK/ILEEN/F.G." in gilt lettering on spine. Fred Gebhart owned the cutter "Ileen." "Capt Lynch" written in pencil on the first page by the cutter's captain, Thomas Lynch, a very poor speller. The entries are lightly penned. Original spelling.

First entry: "New York towards the east Sat. June the 7 1890. At 12.30 P.M. got under way From New York Bound on a cruze…At 7 30 went into Huntington wind lite and came to Anker at 12 M…June the 8 Hunting. Bay At 520 AM got underway…at 1 P.M. came to Anker in Black Rock harbor. 4 fathames water. At 420 got under way bound to New York…" The "Ileen" got to New York on June 10th then came to anchor at "White Stone" at 1:15 AM June 11th. There are entries every day about the weather and the wind, with notes such as "All hands to work on Rigen," "All hands imployed," "All hands at work making covers fore gun and ruder," "All hands imployed in ships duty," "All hands imployed fiting fenders fore points men imployed puting in ice house," and "All hands on shore washing cloths." Still at White Stone on July 20, 1890: "At 10.20 got under way with Mr Weston, Mr. Schiler, Mr. Stenesson And three Ladys on Board And went to city Island. Came to Anker at city Island had Lunch on Board. At 12.15 got under way. At 3.11 Bound to Larch mont came to Anker at Larch mont at 4.20 Mr. Skyler Left yacht went to New York At 745 got under way Bound to White Stone. Mr. Stenesson Left Ileen went on Board Mr. Westons yacht Bound to Shelter Island. At 12 midnite came to Anker at White Stone." The "Ileen" docked at Whitestone until July 26th: "at 5.20 got under way with Mr. Weston and one other gentle man Bound to Larchmont. At 7 P.M. came to Anker at Larch mont." Leaving Larchmont at 8:10 A.M., July 31st, the "Ileen" returned to Whitestone at 11:05 A.M. remaining there until August 5th when she return to Larchmont and, on August 6th, to Whitestone. On August 7, 1890, the "Ileen" left Whitestone at 8:30 A.M., for New York "at 10.40 took tug Boat went to 26 St. East River came to Anker at 12.30 P.M." Left at 6:10 P.M. for City Island, docking there until August 10th. The "Ileen" anchored at New York (August 11-12), then went to Long Island Sound bound for Newport, Rhode Island, arriving on August 15th. Leaving on the 19th, she headed for Narragansett Pier, arriving August 20th. From the Log: "Sat. Naragansett Piear Aug the 23 this day Fine Plesant wether with hevy see Raling in on the Breach. At 10 A.M. got underway to sale A Race with the sloop yacht Theates. Around the Bell Buoy At the south west point of Block Island 32 Nautecul miles out. And Back. Ileen wone the Race By 11 minuets 14 sec wind East By south to south."

From "The New York Times,' August 31, 1890: "Narragansett Pier, Aug. 30. - A most remarkable exodus began immediately after the close of the exciting tennis matches…Paul Stevenson's yacht Thetis and Fred Gebhart's cutter Ileen had an exciting race to Block Island and return Saturday, the Ileen, sailed by Capt. Thomas Lynch, winning by 13 minutes." The race was part of the festivities held to coincide with the U.S. National Singles Championship for Men held at the Newport Casino, Newport, Rhode Island, since August 1881. All but the men's singles champion had been decided by the end of August 1890. On September 3, 1890, Oliver S. Campbell of Brooklyn, New York, won the 1890 Single Championship of America, defeating Henry W. Slocum, Jr., the 1888 and 1889 champion. At 19 years, six months, and nine days, Campbell was the youngest men's singles champion, a record he held for 100 years. On September 9, 1990, 100 years and 6 days later, Pete Sampras won his first U.S. Singles title at 19 years, 28 days. Campbell won again in 1891 and 1892.

The "Ileen" then sailed to Dutch Island in Narragansett Bay, then to Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts, back to Newport and Vineyard Haven on September 4, 1890. Returning to 26th Street in New York on September 10th, the "Ileen" sailed to "Clifton Staten Island," West Point, Tarrytown, and New York City where she docked at 35th Street from September 16th to October 2nd. The last entry of 1890 was October 6th at City Island. The next page begins City Island, July 10, 1891, with entries from New York until September 25th when the "Ileen" headed back to Newport (September 26th to October 1st). On the next page, in another hand, is a "List of vesels Built in Naran River By John sandars." Listed are five schooners and eleven sloops. Very good condition.

The 1879 log book "Express" is mostly a voyage from Stonington to Cape Horn and back. Several loose documents are folded inside the cloth, hand stitched cover, including bills of lading, letters, customs documents, etc. A few log entries with uncorrected spelling: "30 June 1879 / First part brisk winds from NE and fine weather Stearing SSW with all sail set at 7PM while some of the men ware fooling Jo King [?] got over board let the schooner come to the wind and lowered the Boat but could not save him it being quite rough." "27 July 1879 / First part brisk winds from ESE and fine weather stearing SSW with all sail set saw a few finn Back Whales." "24 August, 1879 / In the Straits of Magellan." "7 Sept 1879 / Last part airs and pleasant weather at Anchor in Fortiscue Bay got a Boat load of Wood some gees and Ducks."2 Oct 1879 / Last part calm with thick rainey weather one Boat went guning Shot one Otter saw a few fur seals." 18 Nov 1879 / ...the wind light and a very bad Sea on. The Worst looking place i ever got in sight of is outside." "2 Dec 1879 / First part light winds from W with fine weather at 2 PM the Boats came on board from the Rock with 32 skins lept off and went in to Saturday Harbor and came to Anchor in 5 faths. Water Big Anchor 30 faths Chain. Beemed the skins." 30 March 1880 / Middle and Last parts strong breeze from ENE with fair weather Stearing NNW with all sail set so roughf that we cannot do Work on the riging the Schooner making a considerable water and Blowing the Salt Binds bad." First two sections of the text block are loose. Covers held together by cloth hand stitched to form a jacket. Exterior and binding is in fair condition. Log interior is in very good condition.



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         Washington Territory

      New York: Julius Bien 1879 - Sheet Dimension: 22 x 17. Lithograph. On February 8, 1853, the Washington territory was formed and named to honor the United States’ first president, George Washington, though the state would not become official until November 11, 1889. During this gap the territory would expand and contract, including parts of modern day Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming. By 1863, the current Eastern boundary would be represented by the Snake River and the 117th meridian. Julius Bien, the lithographer received a number of awards and honors for his excellence in the field, including the opportunity to serve as the president of the National lithographers Association. Included are the divisions of townships, country seats, cities, towns, railroad limits, military reservations and Indian reservations.

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         The Marble Queen, Vol I - III

      Chapman and Hall, 1879. Hardcover. Good. 1879. No dust jacket. Decorative brown cloth with gilt lettering. 3 volume set. Vol.1 261 pp. vol.2 240 pp. and vol.3 248 pp. Front endpaper has been removed from vol. 1. All books have rough cut pages and cracking to hinges and gutter. Pages lightly tanned and thumbed at the edges, with some creased corners and foxing. Some pages are uncut. Vol.3 has some dogeared corners. All boards are mildly rub worn, with some light shelf wear to spine, edges and corners, corners are bumped. Slight crushing to spine ends. Tanning to spine and edges. Some light marks and staining to boards. Spine of vol. 3 soiled.

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         The Marble Queen, Vol. I - III

      Chapman and Hall 1879 - 1879. No dust jacket. Decorative brown cloth with gilt lettering. 3 volume set. Vol.1 261 pp. vol.2 240 pp. and vol.3 248 pp. Front endpaper has been removed from vol. 1. All books have rough cut pages and cracking to hinges and gutter. Pages lightly tanned and thumbed at the edges, with some creased corners and foxing. Some pages are uncut. Vol.3 has some dogeared corners. All boards are mildly rub worn, with some light shelf wear to spine, edges and corners, corners are bumped. Slight crushing to spine ends. Tanning to spine and edges. Some light marks and staining to boards. Spine of vol. 3 soiled. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Lilith. Gedicht in drie Zangen.

      Haarlem, W.C. de Graaff, [1879 MDLM: 'Van deze uitgave zijn ook exemplaren vervaardigd zonder jaartal op de titelpagina en het omslag of de band']. Bedrukt perkament (rug professioneel gerestaureerd). (4), 66 p. Niet afgesneden. 1e druk.l Auteursexemplaar, met de signatuur van Emants in de rechterbovenhoek van het voorplat. Bovendien is dit het vooralsnog enig bekende luxe-exemplaar, gedrukt in bruin en zwart met rode kaders op geschept papier, gebonden in een band van heelperkament.Cf.: Marcellus Emants, Schrijvers prentenboek deel 23, (Den Haag, NLMD, 1984), p. 18 (dit exemplaar!).

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         Selected Speeches and Reports on Finance and Taxation, from 1859 to 1878

      D. Appleton and Company, New York 1879 - First edition. Half morocco and marbled paper covered boards. Rubbed at the extremities, and a small piece of leather peeled on the rear board, else a near fine copy. Inscribed by John Sherman to leading American banker, financier, and philanthropist George F. Baker, who provided much of the initial funding for the Harvard Business School. Laid in are two Autograph Letters Signed by Sherman to Baker. The first letter, two pages, is undated and asks if Baker can provide copies of this book (then no longer available), as "I understand you have some copies taken by the Syndicate then selling U.S. Bonds." The second, a single page dated January 5, 1895, tells Baker not to send copies as Sherman intends to reprint the volume. John Sherman, the brother of William Tecumseh Sherman, was a powerful Senator from Ohio during and after the Civil War. He served as Secretary of State and also as Secretary of the Treasury where he was the principal author of the Sherman Antitrust Act. A nice association. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Aegypten in Bild und Wort Band 1 (1879) und 2 (1880)

      Aegypten in Bild und Wort Band 1 (1879) und 2 (1880) dargestellt von unseren ersten Künstlern von Georg Ebers Druck und Verlag von Eduard Hallenberger 1879 und 1880 Der Zustand ist gut siehe Fotos. Bei Fragen bitte einfach melden.

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         La Renaissance en France. Dessins et gravures sous la direction de Eugène Sadoux.

      Paris, A. Quantin, 1879-1885. - Trois volumes in-folio rel. pleine toile verte de l'éditeur, titre en rouge, noir et or sur les plats, dos lisses, un peu passés, ornés de filets noirs, titre et tomaison dorés, VIII-234, 324, 316pp, lettrines illustrées en deux couleurs, bandeaux, 162 fig. in-texte et 86 superbes grandes planches toutes gravées à l'eau-forte dont 4 doubles (montées sur onglets), représentant dessinés et gravés sous la direction de Eugène Sadoux. Les planches sont tirées sur vergé. Bel ex. de cette étude monumentale, parue en 15 livraisons et restée inachevée pour des raisons financières et suite au décès de l'auteur. Le troisième volume est imprimé sur papier de Hollande. Il contient une suite des hors-texte tirée sur Japon, avant la lettre, ainsi qu'un état supplémentaire pour 8 figures in-texte, également sur Japon (Vicaire- VI 316-317). Sommaire : Tome I. Le Nord I. Flandre, Artois, OLe-de-France (isne et Seine-et-Marne) - Tome II. Le Nord II: Ile de France (Seine et Oise)., Paris, Normandie - Tome III:.Ouest: Bretagne Maine, Anjou, Angoumois, Anis et Saintonge. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Les tribulations d'un Chinois en Chine

      Hetzel 1879 - - Hetzel, Paris 1879, Grd. in-8 (18x27,5cm), 203pp., relié. - Edition originale illustrée de 53 dessins de Benett et une carte. Catalogue AB in fine pour l'année 1880. Cartonnage d'éditeur dit "Aux initiales" de couleur vert moyen. Plaque supérieure signée Berger en très bel état, aux ors lumineux, avec de légères zones vaguement décolorées dans le médaillon central. Second plat de type C2 de Magnier en très bonne condition avec une mince rayure et de petitez zones grattées. Dos bien net, avec un minucule manque en tête et les coiffes frottées. Coins émoussés. Un feuillet légèrement ressorti. Rousseurs éparses. dans l'ensemble un assez bel exemplaire dans une condition appréciable. Un des titres les plus célèbres de Jules Verne qui donnera lieu à des adaptations au cinéma. Ce roman d'aventure tourne autour d'une morale simple, qu'il faut avoir connu les malheurs et la peur pour apprécier la valeur de la vie. C'est ainsi qu'un millionnaire chinois n'a plus goût à rien. Ce dernier se retrouve ruiné et décide de se donner la mort, mais n'éprouvant rien au moment de se suicider, il demande à son ami de le tuer dans un délais imparti. Le héros apprend plus tard qu'il n'est pas ruiné. Il veut alors vivre et épouser Lé-Ou. C'est sans compter la menace de mort qui pèse sur lui et la difficulté à retrouver son ami à sa poursuite. NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] first edition illustrated with 53 drawings by Benett and a map. "Initials" publisher's cartoon green 203pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Illustrated Historical Register of the Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia, 1876, and of the Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1878.

      New York: The American News Company, [1879].(). 25 color lithographs and 800 engravings. 396 pp. + hors texte. Folio. Half-morocco, marbled eps. Binding rubbed along edges and crown of spine; front spine starting.

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         A Parisian Sultana: a translation of ?La Sultane Parisienne?. By H. Mainwaring Dunstan. 3 vols.

      Remington & Co. 1879 - 3 vols in 1 in orig. brown publisher?s cloth, borders blocked in blind, spine lettered in gilt. La sultane parisienne, 1877. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. Though not acknowledged on the binding or titlepage, this translation actually consists of two separate works. Vol. III, which has a half title stating ?Book III?, contains Venus in Ebony, the sequel to A Parisian Sultana. It was originally published as La Vénus noire, also 1877. Typical of Belot?s oeuvre, this is a somewhat risqué romance. It follows the fortunes of an African Princess, discovered living in secluded African tribe by the intrepid explorer Miss Poles. She is taken to Paris, where she is paraded as an obscurity, and courted for her mysterious beauty. Four copies on Copac: Oxford, Cambridge, NLS, BL. Wolff 379. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         LES ELEMENTS DE L'ART ARABE. LE TRAIT DES ENTRELACS

      Firmin-Didot, Paris 1879 - Large quarto in 3/4 brown marble with burgundy leather; VG; 6-band embossed spine with gold gilt; boards show some amount of shelf wear around corners and spine and slight soiling; small sticker inside front board; previous owner's signatures on ffep; strong binding; paper slightly faded and plates clean; contains 190 lithographs of patterns and 10 color lithographs (1 with gold lining); Jules Bourgoin traveled to Damascus in 1875 and came upon 150 plates which he could not acquired but reproduced and elaborated upon; 47 pages of text in French; shelved in Case # 7; please contact us for shipping costs. Dupont. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         The Zulus and the British Frontiers

      London: Chapman and Hall, 1879. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Modern Fine Binding - full red goat with 23k gilt decoration and lettering; hand sewn silk headbands; hand marbled end papers; 36 pages of publisher's advertisements at rear; all edges speckled (contemporary). Previous owner's name and Ramsay Lodge Library ink stamp to half title; minor marks and scuffs to some pages. Please contact for further details or pictures.

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         LES ELEMENTS DE L'ART ARABE. LE TRAIT DES ENTRELACS

      Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1879. First edition. Large quarto in 3/4 brown marble with burgundy leather; VG; 6-band embossed spine with gold gilt; boards show some amount of shelf wear around corners and spine and slight soiling; small sticker inside front board; previous owner's signatures on ffep; strong binding; paper slightly faded and plates clean; contains 190 lithographs of patterns and 10 color lithographs (1 with gold lining); Jules Bourgoin traveled to Damascus in 1875 and came upon 150 plates which he could not acquired but reproduced and elaborated upon; 47 pages of text in French; shelved in Case # 7; please contact us for shipping costs. Dupont.

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         The illustrated London News Vol. LXXV. July to December 1879

      George C. Leighton, London 1879 - George C. Leighton, London 1879 July to December. All edges gilt. Large folio sized hardcover bound with cloth backed boards. Beautiful engravings. Cloth to edges and corners worn and stained. Hinges are weak but binding remains firm. Internally pages a little toned. Overall in very good condition. Very Scarce. DISPATCHED FROM THE UK WITHIN 24 HOURS ( BOOKS ORDERED OVER THE WEEKEND DISPATCHED ON MONDAY) BY ROYAL MAIL. ALL OVERSEAS ORDERS SENT BY AIR MAIL. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Ensayo sobre las variedades de la vid comun que vegetan en Andalucia.

      Imprenta Estereotipia Peroja, Madrid 1879 - Segunda edición, revisada y muy ampliada con respecto de la primera que tan sólo lleva dos láminas. Obra dividida en tres partes en la que se analizan las variedades de vid común existentes en Andalucía. La primera parte, estudia las características generales de las viñas y en las segunda y tercera parte, listado de todas las clases de vides presentes en Andalucía, con los nombres más comunes recibidos en diferentes zonas y sus rasgos más destacados. Se añade una Memoria sobre el cultivo de la Vid dividida en XIII capítulos en los que se ofrecen todos los aspectos relacionados con la viticultura, preparación del terreno, cultivo, cuidado de las cepas, poda, enfermedades. etc. Encudadernacion algo rozada. Puntos de oxido en las láminas debido a la calidad de papel. Obra muy importante Size: 50,2 x 34 Cm. XXXV-IX Pp. 149 Pp. 44 Láminas Cromo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         A Dictionary of Chemistry Vols 1 - 9.

      Longman & Co., London 1879 - Nine volumes. All brown tan cloth boards. Original endpapers, no inscriptions. Minor wear and tear, spines in good cond. apart from 2 volumes that have discolour to lower areas. Booksellers label to FFEP, Gilbert & Field London. All bright tight clean copies. (15 x 24cm) ***Very Heavy - Please contact bookseller directly for revised P&P costs*** [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         The Waverley Novels Illustrated Edition Volume XXIX: Peveril of the Peak II

      A & C Black, 1879. Hardcover. Used; Acceptable. Hardcover; English language; a fair reading copy; Red cloth boards with paper title plate on spine Covers and spine worn, title plate worn and damaged Previous owners plate (measuring 26mm x 11mm) in top right corner of inside front cover, upside down. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent airmail.

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         The Waverley Novels, Complete 48 Volume Set. Waverley, Guy Mannering, Antiquary, Rob Roy, Old Mortality, Heart Of Midlothian, Legend Of Montrose, Bride Of Lammermoor, Ivanhoe, Monastery, Abbot, Kenilworth, Pirate, Fortunes Of Nigel, Peveril Of The Peak, Quentin Durward, St. Ronan's Well, Red Gauntlet, The Betrothed, The Talisman, Woodstock, Highland Widow/Two Drovers, Fair Maid Of Perth, Anne Of Geierstein, Count Robert Of Paris, Castle Dangerous, Surgeon's Daughter.

      Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1879.(). 12mo. Very Good, Half Leather On Marbled Boards & End Papers, Pages Top Edge Gilt, with some edge & minor shelf wear. Provenance: John Ruyle; William Whitman's bookplate inside cover. Illustrated with Steel & Wood Engravings. Each volume between 350-500 pages. Vols 12, 25 & 46 have detached boards. Vols 24 & 28 have small tears on end papers. Vols 38 & 48: head of spine chipped with portion missing. Vol. 26: head of spine repaired, corners rubbed, rebound Half Leather On Green Cloth, Mixed Marbled End Papers. Vol. 27: boards loose, corners rubbed, rebound Half Leather On Green Cloth, Mixed Marbled End Papers.

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         Les tribulations d'un Chinois en Chine

      first edition illustrated with 53 drawings by Benett and a map."Initials" publisher's cartoon green Hetzel Paris 1879 Grd. in-8 (18x27,5cm) 203pp. relié

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         A E I.

      London and Belfast: William Mullan and Son,, 1879. Arabia Egypt India. A Narrative of Travel. Octavo (211 x 135 mm). Contemporary tan half calf, raised bands to spine forming compartments gilt-tooled with arabesques, green morocco label, comb-marbled sides, edges and endpapers. Colour map frontispiece with tissue guard, additional folding colour map, 12 wood-engraved plates. Joints restored, extremities sympathetically refurbished, mild superficial craquelure to spine, small spot to prelims, short nick to top edge of initial blank, contents otherwise clean. A very good copy. First edition, presentation copy of this "notable travel account" (ODNB), inscribed in a secretarial hand to "George Augustus Sala, with Isabel Burton's kindest comple[men]ts - 21 Jun 1879" to the half-title, with Sala's ownership inscription directly below. Sala (1828-1895) was one of the leading literary figures in England during the second half of the 19th century, and a long-time friend of Isabel's husband Richard, whom he knew through membership of various semi-official clubs, including the Savage Club, which met at a Fleet Street hotel, and the Cannibal Club, "a coterie of intelligent bon viveurs which [also] included Richard Monckton Milnes, Algernon Swinburne and others" (Black, George Augustus Sala and the Nineteenth-Century Periodical Press, p. 9). In December 1875 Richard Burton was granted six months' leave from his post as consul at Trieste, and he and Isabel decided to travel to India, where he had begun his adventuring career as a soldier in the Bombay infantry. From Trieste they sailed by way of Port Said and Jeddah to Bombay, proceeding thence to Hyderabad before making a brief tour of Sind and returning to England via Goa and Suez. In addition to an itinerary, chapters cover the Jeddah massacre of 1858, the history of Hyderabad, Francis Xavier and the Goa Inquisition, and more. Richard also described the journey in his own work Sindh Revisited (1877), which lacked illustrations and focused more on military matters.

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         Eine neue Beobachtungs- und Untersuchungsmethode für Harnröhre, Harnblase und Rectum (Sp.649-652, 688-691, 713-716, 779-782, 806-810, 9 Abb.).

      Wien. med. Wschr., 29/24-26,29-30. - Wien, L.W.Seidel & Sohn, 1879, 4, Sp.649-732, 779-830, feiner Halbpergamenteinband im Stil der Zeit. First Edition - Max Nitze (1848-1906) devised an electrically lighted cystoscope in 1877, which made possible great improvements in the surgery of the bladder. Garrison & Morton No.4175

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         Catalogue of the valauble collection of Oriental Porcelain, Frankenthal and Dresden groups and Handsome cabinets of the late Paul Morren, notaire of Brussels

      London: Messrs. Christie, Manson Wood, 1879. 21 photographs, each tipped onto a seperate sheet. almost all of oriental porcelain. 236 lots. Priced (Total £6,690.19.6). 15 pp. 8vo. Crimson half morocco and marbled boards. Very Good. 21 photographs, each tipped onto a seperate sheet. almost all of oriental porcelain. 236 lots. Priced (Total £6,690.19.6). 15 pp. 8vo. 21 Photographs.

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        La Renaissance en France dessins et gravures sous lad direction de Eugene Sadoux

      Paris: A. Quantin, 1879. Edition limited to 100 numbered copies, this no. 53, printed on Hollande paper, folio, 3 volumes; 64 etched plates (4 double-page), each plate on two types of paper, (128 plates total) and approximatelt 240 etchings in the text, chapter titles and decorated initials printed in red and black, contemporary three-quarter brown morocco over marbled paper boards, spines in six compartments with gilt title direct in two, t.e.g., marbled endpapers; ex-Hill library, with perforated stamps on title pages and page 42 of each volume, call numbers on spines, and stamp on final pages, tidemarks on a handful of plates in volume 2, a very good set beautifully illustrated.

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