Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Company, The Riverside Press, 1887. First American edition following very shortly after the English... Read More about Our Hundred Days in Europe
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New York: Scribner, 2003. First American edition. Signed and dated “2003” on the title page by the author. Ali's first book, short listed for the Booker Prize, and named in the same year by Granta as one of Great Britain's best young writers. Read More about Brick Lane
Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1895. The Riverside Edition. The Divine Comedy, Beautifully Bound. Read More about The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri
New York: Grossman Publishers, 1969. First printing. Read More about The Divine Comedy. Translated by Thomas G. Bergin
London: J. Noon, 1740, 1731 & 1730. Second Edition. Read More about Alkibibla. A Disquisition upon Worshipping towards the East. In Two Parts. together with; A...
Kentfield, California: The L-D Allen Press, 1954. Dean, Malette. One of 175 copies. The typeface is Romanée, set by hand: the paper is Crown & Sceptre, hand-made in England. Printed on an Acorn Press. Read More about The Private Journals of Stendahl, 1811-1817. Selected & Newly Translated by Francis Carmody
Cagne-sur-Mer, France: The L-D Allen Press, 1952. One of 300 copies. Read More about La Porte de Malétroit
London: Samuel Tinsley, 1878. First edition. According to Wolff, who derived the author's name from an inscription and ephemera in his copy, the author was the town clerk of Southold, Sussex. Lovely copy of a rare triple-decker. Read More about George Hern. A Novel. By Henry Glemham. in Three Volumes
New York: Farrar and Rinehart, Inc, 1933. First Edition, earlier state of the text on pages 352 and 1086 and the word "found" duplicated on page 397 line 22. Inscribed to Achmed Abdullah. Inscribed "Dear Achmed : To sign this for you first memory but some trepidation-remembering it goes to..... Read More about Anthony Adverse
New York: Farrar and Rinehart, Inc, 1933. First Edition, earlier state of the text on pages 352 and 1086 and the word "found" duplicated on page 397 line 22. Inscribed. “Inscribed for Miss R.B. McIntosh with the cordial regards of the author, Hervey Allen December 19 35”. Read More about Anthony Adverse
New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1933. First edition, first issue with publisher's monogram design on verso of title and other points. Inscribed. Inscribed at length on the front free endpaper: "Autographed for H.L. Batterman, Jr with cordial regards. My dear Mr. Batterman: It may interest you to know that some..... Read More about Anthony Adverse
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1895 & 1896. First edition , First Issue. Read More about A Kentucky Cardinal. A Story. WITH: Aftermath. Part Second of "A Kentucky Cardinal"
London: R. Norton for T. Garthwait, 1667. First edition. Read More about The Causes of the Decay of Christian Piety. [Bound with:] The Gentleman's Calling [And:] Private...
London: printed for W. Cademan, in the lower-walk of the New-Exchange, in the Strand, 1684. First Edition. ESTC: The author of "The whole duty of man" and "The art of contentment" is Richard Allestree, to whom this work is sometimes attributed; sometimes also attributed to Dorothy Coventry, Lady Pakington or..... Read More about The Art of Patience under all Afflictions. An Appendix to the Art of Contentment
London: Printed by R. Norton, for George Pawlet at the sign of the Bible in Chancery-Lane, near Fleetstreet, 1687. Later edition, first published in 1660. Early edition of this popular manual on the right conduct of gentlemen, most often ascribed to the Royalist celrgyman Richard Allestree. Read More about The Gentleman's Calling
N. P: n.d. Inscribed “To Wes Hartley-a bright and dignified Sport-With Adminration… Gloria I. Alley. Read More about Autograph note signed “Gloria I. Alley
Rome: Typis. Sac. Congreg. de Prop. Fide, 1789. Read More about Alphabetum Aethiopicum sive Gheez et Amhharicum, cum Oratione dominicali, Salutatione angelica,...
Rome: Typis. Sac. Congreg. de Prop. Fide, 1797. Read More about Alphabetum Arabicum una cum Oratione Dominicali, Salutatione Angelica et Symbolo fidei
Rome: Typis. Sac. Congreg. de Prop. Fide, 1787. Second, revised edition, following the 1776 first edition. Text rewritten, plate enlarged. Read More about Alphabetum Barmanorum seu regni Avensis. Editio altera emendatior
Rome: Typis. Sac. Congreg. de Prop. Fide, 1771. First edition. Read More about Alphabetum Brammhanicum seu Indostanum Universitatis Kasi
[Rome: Typis. Sac. Congreg. de Prop. Fide, n.d., 1809]. The last in the series of elegant type specimens of exotic languages issued by the Propaganda Press from the 1770s onward. Uncommon. Read More about Alphabetum Cophtum sive Aegyptiacum [Caption title
Rome: Typis. Sac. Congreg. de Prop. Fide, 1771. Read More about Alphabetum Graecum cum Oratione Dominicali, Salutatione Angelica, Symbolo Fidei, & Praeceptis...
New York: Viking, (1996). First edition. This copy is inscribed by Patricia "Tish" Hankey Alsop, wife of Stewart to her sister-in-law Corinne , 'sis", Alsop Chubb, "For Sis with love from Tish February 1996." A fine association copy. Read More about Taking on the World, Joseph and Stewart Alsop-Guardians of the American Century
New York: Harper & Row, (1964). First edition. This copy is inscribed by the Author, famous WASP columnist, to his sister Corinne , 'sis", Alsop Chubb, "For darling Corinney with much love and infinite admiration, Joe." Read More about From the Silent Earth. A Report on the Greek Bronze Age
hartford: Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, 1800. First edition, first issue, before the lines "In swelling phrase and terms unmeaning veils | Her hellish plots, her dark designs conceals' were censored from p. 20. One of the founding and most talented members of the Hartford Wits and of the famous..... Read More about A Poem; Sacred to the Memory of George Washington, late President of the United States, and...
New York: Harper & Row, (1968). First edition. This copy has a T.L.S. laid in to Percy Chubb, his brother-in-law from this famous WASP columnist, on Saturday Evening Post stationery thanking him for his letter about the book, with a holograph postscript "As you probably know I'm switching to Ñewsweek."..... Read More about The Center. People and Power in Political Washington