[London: Thomas McLean, 26 Haymarket, 1833]. Plates:1. Going a Pace2. Putting a Good Head to It3. A Regular Purl4. Feeling a Brook5. Pounded6. Rather Stale. Read More about Thoughts while Fox Hunting
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[London: Thomas McLean, 26 Haymarket, 1833]. Plates:1. Going a Pace2. Putting a Good Head to It3. A Regular Purl4. Feeling a Brook5. Pounded6. Rather Stale. Read More about Thoughts while Fox Hunting
St. Petersburg: pri Imperatorskoi Akademii Nauk, 1802. First and only edition of the first primer of the Tatar language in the Russian empire. The first primer of the Tatar language, compiled by a native Siberian Tatar under the direction of Iosif Ivanovich Giganov 1764-1800?), a priest and teacher at the..... Read More about Bukvar' tatarskago i arabskago pis'ma. [Primer of Tatar and Arabic
[Reichenberg, Bohemia: July 1875]. A large and elaborate testimonial from the notables of the Bohemian town of Reichenberg (today Liberec in the Czech Republic) extending formal condolences to Maria Anna of Savoy, consort of Ferdinand I (1793-1875), who was ruler of Austria Hungary from 1835 to 1848. Following his abdication..... Read More about Calligraphic Testimonial to the Dowager Empress of Austria, on the death of Ferdinand, from the...
[Buffalo]: Printed [by Matthews Northrup] for Private Distribution, . First edition. Presentation Copy of the Rare First. Review of the tarpon in literature, pointers on angling for tarpon, and “A Partial Bibliography of the Tarpon” at pp. 53-57. Privately printed, and re-issued in several editions through 1951. Read More about The Tarpon
1914. A choice Beerbohm manuscript, a deft sonnet in honor of painter Walter Sickert (1860-1942), invoking Whistler and other figures of Max’s youth, and the music halls — “The Hoxton Palace of Varieties” — and reflecting upon the passage of time and enduring presence of Sickert, who was in 1914..... Read More about Autograph manuscript draft, signed (“Max”), Sonnet to W.S. June 1914
n.p. [likely Philadelphia]: March 27, 1782. Rare autograph of the early prominent Quaker abolitionist Anthony Benezet (1713-1784). Benezet taught at a Quaker day school and tutored slaves and free blacks at night. His efforts to educate Philadelphia's black population led to the establishment of a Quaker school for free blacks..... Read More about Autograph Document Signed twice ("Anth'y Benezet"), a bill to Jeremiah Warder for...
Birmingham: John Baskerville, Printer to the University, 1763. The third variant of the Subscriber's list, with the most names, ending with that of the Hon. Charles York, Esq, Attorney General. Baskerville's Masterpiece, in Staggemeier & Welcher Binding. The 1763 edition of Baskerville's Bible has always been recognised as his masterpiece..... Read More about The Holy Bible, Containing the Old Testament and the New: Translated out of the Original Tongues...
Paris: Lemerre, 1869. First edition, one of 350 copies on papier vergé de Hollande of a total edition of 360. The first edition of Verlaine's third book, one of 350 copies on papier vergé de Hollande, in a fine binding by PAUL BONET (1889-1971).Fêtes galantes, a collection of delicate, sonorous..... Read More about Fêtes Galantes
London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1905. First edition. A stunning Fazakerley binding in absolutely fine condition, each fore-edge decorated with three brilliantly executed miniature watercolors of the following works: (vol. I) Rome, after J.M.W. Turner; The Lady of Shallott, after William Holman Hunt; Venice, after Turner (vol II) Lake Geneva..... Read More about Pre-Raphaelitism and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
Paris: Ém. Paul, L. Huard et Guillemin, 1893. First edition, no. 9 of 20 large-paper copies on Japon Impérial, of a total edition of 650 copies. A classic work on early French bookbinding, comprising a history of the bookbinding trade in Paris, a study of the progression of binding styles..... Read More about Les Relieurs Français (1500-1800). Biographie Critique et Anecdotique Précédée de l'Histoire...
Paris: Societatis Typographic Librorum Officii Ecclesiastici …, 1633. Bound by The French Binders, 1934. Beautifully bound in full red morocco by The French Binders, successors to The Club Bindery, and signed on the rear turn in by two of the firm's most distinguished binders, Henry Hardy and Gaston Pilon. The..... Read More about Caerimoniale episcoporum iussu Clementis VIII Pont. Max. reformatum. Omnibus ecclesiis praecipuè...
Paris: Chez l'Editeur, Rue de Sorbonne, No. 4, n.d. [ca. 1800]. A rare example of an odorless varnished binding ("reliure en vernis sans odeur"), a delicate and expensive technique in which layers of varnish were applied to covers decorated with either painted or engraved scenes. Albert Ehrmann, in his 1965..... Read More about Tablettes de Soirées
New York: Sold by William Hamilton, Edmund and George W. Blunt [etc.], 1825. First edition. A choice copy of the uncommon first edition of this standard American manual, by the important New York publisher of The American Coast Pilot, Bowditch’s Practical Navigator, and many other sea manuals. Blunt’s advertisement to..... Read More about The Merchant and Seaman’s Expeditious Measurer; Containing a Set of Tables, which show at one...
New York: George H. Doran, . First American Edition. Inscribed on the half-title: "Not that I assume to select your reading- Merely a thought that you would enjoy these delightful stories, and the quaint form of their telling. Cordially Will Bradley July '23"... Read More about Kai Lung's Golden Hours
[Pleasantville, New York: Privately Printed, 1929]. First edition. ‘It’s Better Just a Little Farther on’. Bradley was Secretary-Treasurer of the Beaverkill Trout Club from 1910-1929; the club had 43 members at the time of his writing. A brief but detailed section of reminiscences is followed by early photographs of sport..... Read More about Fly-Fishing Reminiscences (With Illustrations) of My Early Years (1908-1916) at the Beaverkill...
[Manchester]: Thurs. 25 Aug 1842. "My Dear Sir / I called yesterday but you were out. I wished to invite you to a conversazione at my house this evening at 7 oC, where besides exhibiting explaining my modes of inducing the phenomena, I expect a number of patients to be present..... Read More about Autograph Letter, signed (“Jas Braid”), an invitation to a conversazione on Neuro Hypnotic...
Dublin: 1719/20. Calligraphic specimen by the "Little Man from Nuremberg," Matthias Buchinger, displaying the digitless performer's extraordinary facility with the pen and his characteristic omni-directional and mirror-image calligraphy. The specimen, dating from Buchinger's time living in Ireland, comprises an ornamental head-piece encompassing the name "John Rochfort," with large capital "ABC"..... Read More about Calligraphic specimen
New York [but: Barnstable, Mass.]: Holt, Rinehart and Winston [Crane Duplicating Service], . First edition, uncorrected long galley proofs. Inscribed Proof. Perhaps Burroughs' finest novel after Naked Lunch, Cities of the Red Night intercuts a detective novel plot with scenes in the ill-fated pirate colony of Captain Mission on Madagascar..... Read More about Cities of the Red Night. A Boy’s Book
London: Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans, 1855-56. First edition. "In 1852 Burton proposed to the Royal Geographical Society that he make the hajj, or pilgrimage, to the Islamic holy cities of Mecca and Medina. Forbidden to non-Muslims, less than half a dozen Europeans were known to have visited them and..... Read More about Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to El Medinah and Meccah
London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1861. First edition. Read More about The City of the Saints and Across the Rocky Mountains to California
Argentorati [Strasbourg]: Vuendelinus Rihelius [Wendelin Rihel], March, 1545. Fourth edition of the Calvin; second Froben folio edition of the Erasmus. Calvin’s ‘Instutitio’: Cornerstone of Liberty. “Calvin's ‘Institution of the Christian Religion’ was the first systematic statement of a Reformed Church. It is the most important doctrinal work of the Reformation..... Read More about Institutio christianae religionis nunc uerè demum suo titulo respondens. [Bound after:]...
New York: Tor Books, 1984. Advance review copy from the author’s manuscript; published, January 1985. Advance Copy of a Major Work of Science Fiction, Signed. Advance copy, reproduced from the author’s manuscript, of Orson Scott Card’s breakout novel Ender’s Game (with publisher’s marks indicating receipt on 3/21/84), sent out in..... Read More about Ender’s Game
[New York]: Done into a privately emprynted booke, 1926. "One hundred copies of this conversation have been printed for H.D.W./ of which this copy is no. 65" with Connett device A at fo ot of limitation leaf. The Derrydale ‘1601’ in Original Condition. The famed Fireside Conversation, written while Clemens..... Read More about 1601] Being a fireside conversation in the tyme of the Goode Queene Bess in which divers persons...
Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1883. First edition, first state of p. 441 (tail piece depicting an urn, flames and the head of Mark Twain) and p. 443 (caption reads "The St. Louis Hotel"). “The two discoverers of the Mississippi were De Soto and Mark Twain”, as Fred Pattee..... Read More about Life on the Mississippi. By Mark Twain
London: Thos. McLean, June 2, 1834-1835. Reeve, R.G. First edition. 1. "The Disappointment or Retreat in a Shower---Gallantry at a Discount..." March 2nd, 1835. 26 Haymarket. R.G. Reeve Sculpt. 2. A Frost. March 2nd 1835. . R.G. Reeve Sculpt. 3. "Repose in the Mail." March 2nd 1835. R.G. Reeve Sculpt..... Read More about Incidents in Travelling
Bismarck, N. D: The Tribune Co., Printers, 1900. Only edition. ‘The wolf is the enemy of civilization, and I want to exterminate him’. Scarce polemical guide to wolf hunting by Benjamin Corbin (1835-1912), Civil War soldier, trapper, hunter, stockman and frontier land promoter, who called himself the “boss wolf hunter.”..... Read More about Corbin's Advice or The Wolf Hunter's Guide. Tells How to Catch 'Em and All about the Science of...
Florence: 6 November 1539. A letter of recommendation from Cosimo II de Medici (1519-1574), Duke of Florence and later the Grand Duke of Tuscany, for his counselor Agnolo Niccolini (1502-1567), addressed to the Conte di BeneventoWith a later Medici family letter: Medici, Carlo de. Letter signed, [N.p. , likely: Rome]..... Read More about Letter signed (“fratello et servitor Cosimo de Medici”), to the Conte di Benevento, 6 di...
Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1844. First edition. Thomas De Quincey, 1775-1859. Pursuing ever more transgressive excursions after his Confessions of an English Opium-Eater (1821) and his On Murder Considered as one of the Fine Arts (1827), De Quincey turned his attention to the concepts of value, wages..... Read More about The Logic of Political Economy
London: A. Bettesworth ... and W. Mears, 1725 [for 1724]. First edition. An excellent imaginary voyage by the author of Robinson Crusoe. Read More about A New Voyage round the World, by a Course never sailed before. Being a Voyage undertaken by some...
London: 1821. First edition, one of only 36 copies. One of only 36 copies printed of this reply to the French printer Crapelet's harsh criticisms of Dibdin's chapter on Paris in his Bibliographical Tour (1821). This copy in a fine contemporary binding by Charles Lewis, and with distinguished collector's provenance..... Read More about A Roland for an Oliver; Or, Brief Remarks upon the Preface and Notes of G.A. Crapelet, attached...
Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1894. First edition. Presentation Copy from Mabel Loomis Todd. Volume I INSCRIBED to Mabel Loomis Todd's confidant and perhaps the first independent reader of the proofs of the LETTERS, Albert Josiah Lyman: "To Dr. Lyman / from /Mabel Loomis Todd / Amherst, / 17 Decr 1894."Todd met..... Read More about Letters ... Edited by Mabel Loomis Todd
Boston: Redding & Co, 1845. Second edition, improved. Second edition of this popular work on the evils of gambling and the tricks and deceptions used to defraud the unwary, by the riverboat gambler-turned anti-gambling crusader Jonathan Green (1813-1887). With chapters on cheating in poker, faro, and many other games. Green's..... Read More about An Exposure of the Arts and Miseries of Gambling; Designed Especially as a Warning to the...
[Havana, Cuba]: Bohemia, April 16, 1964. Signed beneath the image with the revolutionary's signature slogan, "Hasta la victoria siempre, Che." A rare image of Che, taken in Havana in 1964 for Bohemia, a Cuban weekly magazine. Read More about Photograph, inscribed
Paris: Chez Buisson, Libraire, rue Hautefeuille, 1792. Second edition overall and first French. Variant issue. Second edition: The ‘Federalist’ in the French Revolution. The first French edition of Hamilton, Madison, and Jay's celebrated collection of articles supporting the ratification of the United States Constitution. The other issue of this printing..... Read More about Le Fédéraliste, ou Collection de quelques Écrits en faveur de la Constitution proposée aux...
Boston: American Stationers Co., John B. Russell, 1837. First edition. His Second Book, Doheny Copy. Hawthorne’s second book, and although it was not the dismal failure that Fanshawe had been, it attracted hardly any notice when it was issued thus in 1837. Now, of course, it is one of the..... Read More about Twice-Told Tales
New York: The Century Co, 1901. First edition. INSCRIBED TO WILL BRADLEY. Inscribed on flyleaf in pencil, "To Will Bradley-With affectionate regards from the pestiferous Oliver Herford.", with his sketch of a lion below. A fine association. Read More about Artful Antics
New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1913. First edition. Presentation to a Cousin. Presentation inscription from the author, “To dear Jane von Glehn / Henry James / April 5th 1913”. Supino notes that 2,750 copies were printed on 17 March 1913.Artists Jane Erin Emmet de Glehn and her husband Wilfrid de..... Read More about A Small Boy and Others
Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1894. One of 300 copies on paper. The Kelmscott Keats. Keats — especially his “La Belle Dame sans Merci” — was an icon of the Pre-Raphaelites, and how deeply Morris felt about the publication of this book is illustrated by his discovery of some initial mistakes in..... Read More about The Poems of John Keats
London: Published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, 52 Tavistock Square, 1926. First edition, one of 3000 copies. Alistair Cooke’s Copy. Preface on verso of title: “The following is based on the Sidney Ball Lectures delivered before the University of Oxford in 1924, and a Lecture delivered..... Read More about The End of Laissez-Faire
London: Macmillan, 1913. First edition. First edition of Keynes' first book, based on lectures given at the London School of Economics in 1911 and coinciding with his taking a seat on the newly created royal commission on Indian finance and currency. Read More about Indian Currency and Finance
London: Macmillan, 1923. First edition. Read More about A Tract on Monetary Reform
London: Macmillan and Co, 1930. First edition. First edition of Keynes' first major statement on monetary theory. "In the summer of 1924 Keynes began a fuller academic treatment of monetary theory. This took shape slowly over the next six years and ultimately appeared in two volumes in October 1930 as..... Read More about A Treatise on Money
New York: Pach Bros, 1960. An uncommon image of Lawrence (1917-200), signed by him on the mount. Read More about Photograph of Jacob Lawrence
[New York: 1936]. This mock-up of LIFE magazine appeared one month before the first published issue of November 23, 1936. It was circulated to potential advertisers to provide a model for the general form and content of the magazine. LIFE is referred to as "Time's Picture Magazine," as the title..... Read More about Rehearsal, a "Dummy" for the week ending Sept. 24, 1936. Printed Dummy No. 2
West Hatfield, Massachusetts: Pennyroyal Press, [Spring, 1989]. Moser, Barry. One of 6 copies. One of 6 Special Copies. One of 6 copies only of the special Deluxe edition (the ordinary Pennyroyal edition was limited to 200 numbered copies in half binding), signed on the colophon by the author, Norman Maclean..... Read More about A River Runs through It
London: The Field Office, 1878. First edition. A fresh and attractive copy of one of the standard works on the subject. A portion of the book appeared in “The Field” from August 1876 to November 1877, but the text was expanded and extensively revised. Includes chapters on tennis in England..... Read More about The Annals of Tennis
[Boston: 1855]. An album of large oval portrait photographs of the members of the 1855 Massachusetts State Senate, all but 5 signed by the subject. The legislature that year sought to pass, among other things, resolves relating to Bloody Kansas, an act relating to the employment of children in factories..... Read More about "Commonwealth of Massachusetts American Senate 1855." [Title on upper cover
Saint-Paul, A.-M: Les Cahiers du Contadour, [n.d., 1939]. First edition in French, one of a very few copies printed. 'Je m'appelle Ishmaèl" — véritable édition originale de Moby Dick en français. The first notice of Moby Dick in French dates from the first volume of the Revue des Deux Mondes..... Read More about Moby Dick. Traduit de l’Américain par Lucien Jacques, Joan Smith et Jean Giono
Ithica [i.e. Ithaca, NY]: J. E. Barbour, 1838. First edition. An early depiction of the minstrel-show character, Jim Crow and more generally of the genre of offensive black stereotyped lyrics later termed "coon-songs." The Jim Crow character was popularized in the late 1820s by Thomas Dartmouth "Daddy" Rice, who performed..... Read More about The Jim Crow Song Book
London: Andrew Melrose, 1913. Special deluxe edition limited to 280 numbered copies only (this copy is no. 219). SIGNED BY AUTHORS AND SHACKLETON. Read More about Antarctic Days. Sketches of the homely side of Polar life by two of Shackleton's men …...
N.p: October 1881. To the mother of Emily Parson, Civil War nurse. Legendary, pioneering nurse Florence Nightingale (1820-1910) writes to the mother of an American nursing pioneer, Emily Elizabeth Parsons, a year after her death. In part: "I have received your kind note and the book containing some of your..... Read More about Autograph letter signed ("Florence Nightingale"), to the mother of Emily Elizabeth...
London: John Crook, 1656. First edition. First edition, in a contemporary binding, of this selection of Saint Patrick's works, edited by the Anglo-Irish historian James Ware (1594-1666). An important text, containing the editiones principes of St. Patrick's 'Confessio' and 'Epistola,' based on the 'Book of Armagh' and the manuscripts from the..... Read More about S. Patricio, qui Hibernos ad fidem Christi convertit, adscripta opuscula: quorum aliqua nunc...
London: Adam Islip, 1601. First edition in English, first issue. First English translation of Pliny's Natural History. The first edition of the first English translation of the magestrial Natural History of Pliny, made by Philemon Holland (1552-1637), one of the most accomplished translators of the Elizabethan age. "This encyclopaedia of..... Read More about The Historie of the World. Commonly called, The Naturall Historie ... Translated into English by...
London: John Murray, 1830. First edition. First edition of this "glowing and detailed biography" (ODNB) by the second wife of Sir Thomas Raffles (1781-1826), British colonial governor and founder of Singapore. With only scant formal schooling, Raffles relied upon his prodigious natural intelligence and energy as he worked his way..... Read More about Memoir of the Life and Public Services of Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, F.R.S., etc. Particularly...
[Copacabana Palace Hotel, Rio de Janeiro: October 1997 - December 2014]. ‘en este maravilloso Cipriani’. Fine diverse autograph album of noted guests at the Cipriani restaurant in the Copacabana Palace Hotel, in Rio de Janeiro, often with sentiments inscribed to the manager, Hervé Jean Yves Schmidt, including Harald, king of..... Read More about Autograph album of the manager of the Cipriani Restaurant at the Copacabana Palace Hotel, Rio de...
[Albuquerque, New Mexico? n.d., 1928 or 1929?]. Illustrated promotional brochure for the Roosevelt Hunting Club, “the largest sport and recreational organization in the world, controlling three great hunting and fishing preserves — a million acres in New Mexico, Arizona, and Old Mexico. The Sport paradise of the continent.”The club had..... Read More about Roosevelt Hunting Club [Cover title
[New York: Nick Lyons Books] [American Museum of Fly Fishing, Manchester, VT, 1987]. One of 105 copies (100 for sale), numbered on frontispiece and colophon, and signed by the author. One of 100 copies. The finely produced deluxe edition of this substantial and interesting history. An essential book. Read More about American Fly Fishing. A History
London: Heinemann, 1909. First edition. A finely bound copy of this classic of Antarctic exploration. Read More about The Heart of the Antarctic. Being the story of the British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909. With...
Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood, 1863. First edition. A classic of exploration. Notes the D.N.B., “The importance of Speke's discoveries can hardly be overestimated. In discovering the source reservoir of the Nile he succeeded in solving the problem of all ages.” Speke was the first European to see Lake Victoria..... Read More about Journal of the Discovery of the Source of the Nile
London: printed by W. Bulmer and Co., for G. Nicol, 1798. Second edition, corrected. The official account of Lord Macartney's voyage and embassy to the Qianlong emperor in 1792-94, “compiled by the Secretary (and Minister Plenipotentiary in the absence of the Ambassador) Sir George Leonard Staunton. Macartney’s chief object was..... Read More about Authentic Account of an Embassy to the Emperor of China.. Taken chiefly from the papers of His...
[Lausanne: Spengler & Cie, 1833]. An impressively large panorama running over 14 meters in total. The fête of 1833 was held over two days in August, involving nearly 800 participants pulling numerous floats, and was organized by David Constantin and Steinlen. In the present day the Swiss fête is organized..... Read More about La Fête des Vignerons at Vevey
[Boston: n.d., ca. May 1861]. Stowe requests portrait of daughter, for her son ‘who leaves for the seat of war’. The author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin writes to well known Boston photographer James Wallace Black (1825-1896):“Mr. Black, My daughter Miss Stowe I wish if possible to have taken this morning..... Read More about Autograph Note, Signed (“H B Stowe”) to Mr. [James Wallace] Black, photographer of Boston,...
[Nacogdoches, Texas: n.d., ca. 1901?]. First edition? UNRECORDED. Constitution and rules of this east Texas rod and gun club, whose early membership included a handful from Dallas and Garrison. Fern Lake is located a few miles south of Nacogdoches. The club was founded about 1901 and remains in existence.Includes a...... Read More about By-Laws, Rules and Regulations of The Fern Lake Fishing Club [Cover title
London: Longmans, 1959. First edition. "I went to Southern Arabia only just in time." Rare signed copy in the dust jacket. Arabian Sands is Thesiger's first and most important work, recounting his crossing of the Empty Quarter under the aegis of the Middle East Anti-Locust Unit in 1946-7. Although brief..... Read More about Arabian Sands
Boston and Cambridge: James Munroe and Company, 1849. First edition of the author's first book. Thoreau’s First Book, With an Unrecorded Contemporary Review : ‘Rare Merits’. A notable copy of Thoreau’s first book, largely overlooked when initially published, and now a recognized classic. Emerson famously declined to review his friend’s..... Read More about A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers
Buffalo: Published for the Author, 1854. First edition. Webb Copy. "A remarkable and accurate account of hunting elk, deer, bears, wolves, trapping and fishing from 1791 to about 1825, in the counties of Lycoming and those adjacent and in Warren County, Pa. Much Indian material in the book" (Phillips). "Tome's..... Read More about Pioneer Life; or, Thirty Years a Hunter. Being Scenes and Adventures in the Life of Philip Tome,...
1685. Signed by Check at upper right, and signed by various ministers below, including: Lawrence Hyde, Earl of Rochester, Lord Treasurer; William Craven, Earl of Craven, Privy Councillor; George Jeffreys, 1st Baron Jeffreys of Wem; Christopher, Duke of Albemarle, Privy Councillor; the Earls of Middleton and Bridgewater; and Baron DartmouthConsent..... Read More about Document signed. Christmas Quarter The Demands of Thomas Check Esq . Lieutenant of the Tower of...
Boston: Samuel N. Dickinson, 1842. Christian Gobrecht's Copy. With a very interesting presentation note from a previous Philadelphia owner, Alfred Darrach, dated 1928, affixed to the front pastedown, identifying the original owner (his grandfather) as Christian Gobrecht (1785-1844), artist, engraver, embosser, inventor, engraver to the U.S. Mint, and, from 1840-1844..... Read More about Dickinson's Embossed Cards. First Specimen Book
Boston: Alfred Mudge and Sons, 34 School Street, 1869. First Edition. WITH 6 PHOTOGRAPHS. Celebration of the arrival of first transatlantic telegraphic cable on American shores, with speeches of the dignitaries of Duxbury and Boston, and a patriotic summary of the history of telegraphy; n appendix gives material on the..... Read More about Landing of the French Atlantic Cable at Duxbury, Mass., July 1869
Siena: [Luca Bonetti], 1575. Uncommon edition of a an early sixteenth century play (first published Siena, 1519), printed by Bonetti, printer at Siena from 1571 know for his vernacular and popular works. The last page is a nice woodcut device of Romulus and Remus suckling the she-wolf, and a later..... Read More about Vitio Muliebre, Commedia del peregrino ingegno di Mariano Maniscalco da Siena. [Bound after:] Le...
Boston: Little, Brown & Company, 1866. First Little, Brown edition, one of 100 copies printed at the University Press: Welch, Bigelow & Co., Cambridge. Goodspeed’s Copy. Read More about The Complete Angler, or the contemplative man’s recreation … edited by John Major
London: Smith, Elder and Co, 1870. First edition. Read More about Reconnoitring in Abyssinia: A Narrative of the Proceedings of the Reconnoitring Party, Prior to...