Munich: published by the Academy, nd [ca 1773]. First German Edition. The First English Edition of this work... Read More
nd c. 1950.
Quebec: Zech & Fils, nd.
Manchester: Richard Johnson, Printer, Brook Strreet, 1894.
Brunswick, Maine: Nov., 2, 1858. "Your favor of Nov. 6 I have just rec'd. I regret very much that I have no autograph of the Emperor and have never had any. While in Europe I received some notes from distinguished men but they have long since passed into the hands...
Aberdeen, (Scotland): Printed for the Third Spalding Club, 1929. First edition.
11 May, 1802. He was Minister of Justice from 1799 to 1802 under Napoleon. The =quaetion raised in this ketter is "Shall Napoleon be a lifetime Consul?"
London: Rudolf Ackermann, 1814. First edition. Fine Early Copy of Ackermann's Oxford. An early copy. The list of plates in vol. I is the first state (it does not list the portraits of Founders; this copy does not include the Founders). Plate 1, vol.1, is mislabeled “History of Cambridge” and...
London: Ackermann, 1816. First Edition, First Issue (paper watermarked 1816). This folio forms part of one of Ackermann’s larger, though not so successful projects, his History of the Colleges. Ford in his book on Ackermann notes that William Combe wrote the text for this, as well as five other schools...
[London] in the Savoy: John Bill and Christopher Barker, 1670.
N. P: . Contributor's Copy–Honoring Adenauer. From the library of Henry Cabot Lodge who was one on the contributors to this collection. The magazine “Der Spiegel” produced a special issue to honor Chancelor Adenauer on his retirement. This notebook contains facsimiles of the contributions. The contributors are Harold Macmillan, Dwight.....
London: Printed for Longman. Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1822. First edition.
London: Printed for Longman. Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1819. Fourth Edition.
Osborne: 11August 1855. As Secretary for Prince Albert. Phipps, as private secretary to Prince Albert, responds to the invitation of Gourlie and Anderson to attend the meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science as the Prince and the Queen will have just “arrived in the Highlands for...
1843. Rare - the plate for this print remained private and was never used for a published edition.
London: William and John Innys, 1720-24. With preliminaries and titles of both first and second editions.
Westminster: St Clement Dane, September 15, 1772. ALEHOUSE LICENSE 1772 IN WESTMINSTER. Alehouse license for The Crooked Bill in the parish of St. Clement Danes. The fee for the one-year license was £. 10 each to the proprietors Ambrose Pennington and John Waite.
London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1860. First Edition. A lighthearted look at sport and camping in the Canadian wilds.
London: James Cochrane and Co, 1835. First edition. "War of the Two-Brothers," with a contemporary letter of Admiral Sartorius. First edition of this lively first-hand account of events in Portugal in 1834 during the so-called "War of the Two-Brothers." The author James Alexander is perhaps best known nowadays as having...
Paris: Plon, nd. Inscribed. Inscribed "Pour M. Emile Rossignol/ cordialement/ Massu/7.4.73."
Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1847. Seventh Edition.
Hampshire: 27 May 1887. Alison writes explaining that while he is always "most willing to do what I can to assist you", the week he had chosen coincided with H.R.H. and Gerneal Nicholson coming down to inspect the Engineers.Having served at Lucknow (where he lost his left arm), Ashantee, Egypt.....
London: Published by Thomas McLean, 1823 [but later, plates watermarked 1822-1824]. Alken, Henry. First edition. A fine copy of "Alken's most important work... It must always form the cornerstone of any Alken collection" (Tooley)The plates and text between them offer a thorough survey of the sports practiced in Great Britain...
London: Henry G. Bohn, York Street, Covent Garden, 1852. Revised edition.
New York: Century, 1919.
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."