Paris: Librairie des Bibliophiles, 1885. One of 15 copies on Whatman paper, from the Large Paper edition of... Read More about Faust…Traduction d’Albert Stopfer
Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1863. Paton, Noel & Walter. Later edition (First was 1849). Read More about Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers and Other Poems
Amsterdam: 1708. Second edition. A charming copy of Chapelle's best known work. He recounts a voyage through Provence and Languedoc in both poetry and prose. The work also includes poems by the Kight of Cailly and accounts of campaigns against the Spanist at Rocroi. Read More about Voyages de Messieurs Bachaumont et La Chapelle: Auquel on a joint les Poesies Du Chevalier de...
London: Printed [by William Bowyer] for A. Millar, 1765. Bowyer's ledgers show that 500 copies were printed. Read More about The Works of Francis Bacon: Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Alban, and Lord High Chancellor of...
London: Printed for Longmans, Green, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1823. First edition. IN BOARDS, UNCUT. Subscriber's list (p. ix-xliv) includes The King, Duke of York. Alexander Boyd who took 10 copies (as marked in pen), Sir Walter Scott (10 copies), James Watt, et al This book was published to get..... Read More about A Collection of Poems, Chiefly Manuscript, and from Living Authors
London: printed for Longmans, Hurst, Rees and Orme, ater-Noster Row, 1804. First Edition. Read More about Miscellaneous Plays
Paris: Librairie Plon, nd (1924). First edition. Read More about Histoire de France
London: Witherby and Co, 1913. First Edition. Intended as a guide for the sportsman as well as the specialist, the volume forms a scarce companion to Baker’s Indian Ducks and Their Allies. Read More about Indian Pigeons and Doves
London: William Mitchell & Co. Montreal: Peter Leech, nd (c. 1880). Read More about Balzac's Droll Stories collected from the Abbeys of Touraine
Philadelphia: Printed only for Subscribers by George Barrie & Son, 1895-1900. Edition Definitive. Number 175 of 1000 copies printed on Imperial Japan Paper. Read More about The Edition Definitive of the Comedie Humaine
London: Leonard Smithers: Royal Arcade Old Bond Street, 1897. One of 250 copes. Read More about The Novels of Balzac: WITH 4 TITLES ONLY: Splendours and Miseries of the Courtesans. Parisian...
Boston: Hardy, Pratt & Co, 1899. Édition Grand Format. HAND-COLORED PLATES. Read More about The Village Rector
London: H.S. Nichols 3 Soho Square and 62a Piccadilly W, 1896. Read More about Memoirs of Bertrand Barère, Chairman of the Committee of Public Safety during the Revolution....
London: Arthur Humphreys, 1907. Later edition. Part of the Royal Library Belles Lettres Series. Read More about Nero
London: for Henry Colburn, Public Library, Conduit Street, Hanover Square, 1818. First edition thus. Barrett (1786-1820) first published a poem entitled ' Woman' in 1810; in this version of 1818 ' I determined to rewrite the poem ... I have found so much omission, alteration, and new matter necessary, that..... Read More about Woman, A Poem
Boston: Little, Brown and Company, . Thirteenth and Centennial Edition. Completely Revised. Read More about Familiar Quotations. A Collection of Passages, Phrases and Proverbs traced to their sources in...
London: Arthur Hall, Virtue & Co. [R. Clay, Printer. Bread Street Hill], 1853. First edition. Engravings by Bartlett (1809-1854), as superb as those for his famous AMERICAN SCENERY (1840). Read More about The Pilgrim Fathers; or, The Founders of New England in the Reign of James the First
Lausanne et Paris: Editions de Clairefontaine, . Read More about Les Fleurs du Mal suivie du Spleen de Paris
[New York]: Privately Printed by [The Derrydale Press], 1930. One of 500 copies. Memorial volume of verse privately printed by Connett and never intended for sale. "An extremely rare Derrydale book ... very scarce ... and very hard to come by" (Frazier). Read More about Abdul. An Allegory
London: Printed by Edward Brewster and Richard Chiswell, 1708. First Published in 1611. Read More about The Practice of Piety
London: J. Roberts near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-lane, 1731. "The Fourth Edition, Corrected" Pretty Copy. Originally published in London in 1719, HEALTH consists of homely medical advice in verse, with a Preface in prose that warns against drunkenness: "most diseases have their rise and origin in intemperance." Edward Baynard (1641-1719)..... Read More about Health, a Poem. Shewing How to Procure, Preserve and Restore it. To which is annex'd The Doctor's...
Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1977. First edition. Inscribed by the Beale, who was ambassador to the US from Australia during the Kennedy administration, "for dear Jane [Engelhard] / with affectionate regards / from Howard Beale / Nov. 24 '77" Read More about This Inch of Time
London: David Bogue, Fleet Street. Late Tilt and Bogue, 1846. Absolon, John. A gift to " E A N Royds from his sincere friend Edward B. Lees on leaving Eton Xmas 1859." Read More about The Poetical Works of...with a Memoir of their Lives and Writings, by Thomas Miller
London: George Virtue, 1838. The First Edition. Read More about The Waldenses or Protestant Valleys of Piedmont, Dauphiny, and the Ban de la Roche
Paris: Chez J.-B. Garnery, Librairie, rue de Pot-de-Fer, No. 14, [c. 1823]. Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont (1711-1780) was a Royal Governess, Teacher, Popular Novelist, Educational Writer for Women and Children. She settled in London and started a Monthly Magazine for Women: "Nouveau Magasin" and the first woman editor of..... Read More about Le Magasin des Jeunes Dames, ou Instructions pour les Personnes qui entrent dans le monde et se...
London: George Bell & Sons, York Street, Covent Garden, 1869. Cruikshank, George. New edition. Inscribed "To Chas. Kent Esquire with the best regards of George Cruikshank July 4, 1870." opposite engraved title. Read More about George Cruikshank's Table Book