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CHURCHILL, Winston S.

Published by London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1899 (1899)

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Item Description: London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1899, 1899. Octavo. Loose sheets in recent blue full morocco, plush-lined box, title gilt to the spine. Half-title somewhat soiled and browned, last leaf with some marginal splits, no loss of text, and soiling verso, but otherwise just light toning and some marginal finger-soiling and chipping throughout, overall very good. Unbound pre-publication sheets of Churchill's second book, with his holograph corrections, some quite extensive, to 17 pages. Working papers from the early part of Churchill's writing career are exceedingly uncommon. Just one minor correction marked here seems to have been adopted in the published version, but a number were taken up in the single-volume edition published in 1902. Churchill's tendency to rewrite, revise, amend, and generally to tinker with his work right down to the wire, and often beyond - "an indefatigable reviser" (Woods) - was the source of great frustration, and expense, to his publishers throughout his career. "Revise would follow revise, eventually to become a 'Final Revise'; this title, however, rarely fulfilled its promise. More often than not 'Overtake Corrections' then began to arrive, sometimes even after the presses had started running" (Woods, Artillery of Words, p.156). Here Churchill has marked up an unsewn set of the sheets to the first volume, and it seems unlikely that this was in preparation for the single-volume edition as a number of his emendations actually represent expansions of the text. Of particular interest are those made in chapter III, "The Fate of the Envoy", pp. 100–04 , which include a note of the source for his dramatic description of the death of Gordon; "I received this account in Feb. from a man I sent up to Khartoum from the steamer I was on about Feb. 10th, & have it now at home". A highly desirable document of the writing of Churchill's "superb" history (DNB) of the war in the Sudan and of his involvement in it. Cohen A2.1.b: Woods A2(a). Bookseller Inventory # 90104

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Winston S. Churchill

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Item Description: Longmans, Green and Co., London, 1900. Hardcover. First edition, third printing. This first edition, final printing of Churchill's second book was signed by Churchill on 28 December 1900, during his first lecture tour of the U.S. and Canada, for Major-General Sir Gerald Charles Kitson KCVO, CB, CMG (1856–1950), then serving as British Military Attache in Washington, D.C. The author's signature in black ink in two lines on the Volume I frontispiece verso reads: "Winston S. Churchill / Dec.28.1900". Signatures in Churchill's early works are scarce, doubly so when dated and contemporary. The signature is in firm and more youthfully rounded script characteristic of his early signatures. The ink is mildly age-toned but distinct with minimal age-spreading. Four lines in pencil on the Volume I half title read: "Gerald C. Kitson / Military Attache / Washington / from the author". The same words in the same hand are written on the Volume II ffep. Churchill was just 27 years old. In October he had won his first seat in Parliament partly on the strength of his celebrity as a Boer War hero, having been captured and made a daring escape. Churchill's lecture tour was intended to improve his finances at a time when MPs received no salary. Biographical sources and contemporary Canadian press indicate that Churchill lectured at Ottawa's Russell Theatre on 27 December 1900, leaving Ottawa either late afternoon or early evening of the 28th (likely via overnight train), arriving in Toronto early in the morning of the 29th. Before he was British Military Attache in Washington, Gerald Kitson was Commandant of Canada's Royal Military College. Kitson knew Lord Minto, the Governor General of Canada who hosted young Winston in Ottawa. On 28 December, the British Government named Kitson Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (C.M.G.). This may have been the impetus for Churchill to sign a book for Kitson that day, and makes quite plausible Kitson's presence in Ottawa, likely at Government House where Churchill was staying. In 1902, Kitson became Commandant of the Royal Military College Sandhurst (from which Churchill graduated in 1894). A still very 19th Century Churchill left this signature in his "tale of blood and war." While Churchill was abroad, Queen Victoria died, and the end of her 64-year reign also closed Churchill's Victorian career as a cavalry officer and war correspondent adventurer. Churchill returned to England in February 1901 to take his seat in Parliament and begin a 60-year career as one of the 20th Century's great statesmen. This first edition, third printing of The River War is not only the most scarce issue of the first edition, but also the last unabridged issue to this day. All three printings of the first edition (2,646 copies total) are virtually identical, issued respectively in November 1899, February 1900, and June 1900. Only 151 third printing copies were bound. This set is in very good plus condition, unrestored and wholly intact. The bindings are clean with bright gilt, trivial wear at extremities, and slight mottling on the blank Vol. I rear cover. Spine presentation is excellent - nicely rounded and unfaded with only minor wrinkling at the spine ends. The massive weight of the text strained nearly all surviving original bindings. Here the Vol. I front hinge is a little tender but remains firmly attached and the Vol. II binding remains tight. The contents show no additional ownership marks. Very light spotting in Vol. I is primarily limited to prelims and page edges. Light Vol. II spotting is intermittent throughout. All illustrations, maps, and plans are intact, as are the protective tissue frontispiece covers. The original black endpapers are intact, with no sign of typical gutter cracks. The set is preserved in a custom, half-morocco clamshell case with a nested, fully enfolding cloth chemise for each volume and a pocket for the set description. Additional detail and images upon request. Bibliographic reference; Cohen A2.1.b, Woods/ICS A2(a.3), Langworth p.29. Bookseller Inventory # 003151

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CHURCHILL, Winston S.

Published by London, New York and Bombay: Longmans, Green & Co., 1899 (1899)

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Item Description: London, New York and Bombay: Longmans, Green & Co., 1899, 1899. 2 volumes, octavo. Original dark blue cloth, titles and pictorial decoration gilt to spines and front boards, black-coated endpapers. Both volumes separately housed in a navy full morocco book-form folding case, within a blue quarter morocco pull-off case with blue cloth sides and titles gilt to spine. Contemporary ownership inscription to half-titles. Very light bumping to extremities, both volumes very slightly rubbed and vol. I rear board gently bowed; vol. I with small crease to bottom corner of front free endpaper and half-title with two minute wormholes and negligible foxing. An excellent copy. Portrait frontispiece in each volume. 4 illustrated plates and 11 folding maps in volume 1, 2 illustrated plates and 9 folding maps and three non-folding maps in volume 2, and numerous illustrations, maps and plans in the text. First edition, first impression, first or second state - Cohen is ambiguous about the status of the point, a minor typographic error (second inverted comma missing after THE 'LONDON GAZETTE[']) corrected on p. 459 of volume II - of Churchill's second book, preceded only by The Story of the Malakand Field Force (1898), "2000 copies published on 6 November 1899" (Woods). It includes, of course, his account of the charge of the 21st Lancers, to whom he was attached, at Omdurman on 2 September 1898, described by the Dictionary of National Biography as "that last cavalry charge of the dying century". DNB also considers The River War a "superb" history; whilst Churchill himself more graphically called it "a tale of blood and war". Cohen A2.1.a or b: Woods A2(a). Bookseller Inventory # 100913

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Churchill, Winston S.

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Item Description: Longmans, Green and Co., 1899. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First Editions, First Printings of this two volume set. A beautiful copy bound in the ORIGINAL publisher's blue cloth with the maps present. Both books are complete, and in nice shape. The bindings are tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp with minor wear. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the books. Overall, a wonderful set in collector's condition. We buy Churchill First Editions. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-15105019062

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Item Description: Library of Imperial History, in association with the Hamlyn Publishing Group Ltd. 1973, 1973. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Limited Edition. Complete in 38 volumes. Large 8vo. (9.4 x 6.3 inches). The Centenary Edition. Limited Edition of 3000 sets. This set is one of those without the limitation labels affixed to the flyleaves. Includes the 4 supplement volumes of Collected Essays published later, in 1976. Bound in full publisher's vellum with gilt titles to spines and with Churchill's coat of arms stamped in gilt to front boards within a single ruled gilt border. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Silk marker in each volume. Including all the original dark green slipcases, each with the gilt stamped Churchill coat of arms on the front panel, for the 34 volumes of the works. The four volumes of Essays are without these slipcases. A few of these cases are rubbed or lightly marked, but overall very good. Bindings with differing degrees of browning to the covers, as is usual with this set, although this one is generally brighter than usually found and shows very well on the shelf. Illustrated throughout with numerous maps, charts, photographs and illustrations. This set contains all 50 of Churchill's published titles, and was issued to mark the centenary of his birth. Originally published with a strict limitation of 3000, but in fact only about 1700 sets of 34 volumes were actually issued. This set also includes the matching additional 4 volumes of Essays, published 3 years later. Bookseller Inventory # 9287

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Churchill, Winston S.

Published by Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1949 (1949)

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Item Description: Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1949, 1949. Fourth printing of this one volume abridged edition first printed in 1933 but using the setting from the 1902 edition. Bound in mustard yellow cloth with gilt titles on spine only. There are 22 maps, many folding and some in two colours. 381 pages, index, appendices. Book is clean, binding firm, gilt dull but readable. Page edges even, top edges have a few scattered spots. Contents clean, maps neatly folded. Signed by Churchill on the half title in the shaky hand typical of late 1950's signature, appropriate for this late printing. Bookseller Inventory # 30975

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Churchill, Winston S.

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Item Description: Longman?s Green & Co., London , 1899, 1899. First edition 1st impression, published 1899 in 2 volumes. The best edition with coloured maps and illustrations not present in the abridged text versions issued later. One of 2000 sets produced. An incredibly lavish production from a relatively unknown author. The pair sold new for 36 shillings, compared to normal books like Malakand at 7s 6d new and 3s 6 d for the Silver Library edition. Bound in dark blue green (almost black) cloth, blocked with gilt decorations of the Mahdi's tomb and a gunboat. xxiii+462, xiv+ 499 pages, total of 57 illustrations, many especially drawn by Angus McNeill of the Seaforth Highlanders, 34 maps and plans many coloured and folding. A clean attractive set with shiny gilt and clean covers. Original black endpapers intact, some small scars from old labels, armorial bookplate on front pastedown in vol. I, on white side of free endpaper of vol. II. All maps present and neatly folded. Light to moderate foxing throughout the text is fairly typical. Top corner bumped on front cover of vol. I (A2a). Bookseller Inventory # 35068

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Churchill, Winston S.

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Item Description: Longmans, Green & Co, London, 1899. Hardcover. First Edition. 8vo. xxii, [2], 462; x[4], 499pp. Index. Vol 1: 16 maps & plans; 25 illustrations; Vol. II: 18 maps & plans, 33 illustrations by Angus McNeil, Seaforth Highlanders. Bayntun-Riviere binding in full red morocco with gilt lettering and ruling to covers, spines & inside boards; 5 raised bands; marbled endpapers; AEG. Original dark blue covers & spines bound in at rear of each volume. A fine set in the striking Bayntun-Riviere leather binding. Churchill wrote this, his second book, while still an officer in the British army. Here he provides the history of the British involvement in the Sudan and the conflict between the British and Dervish forces. "The first object of this book is to relate in exact military detail the operations directed by Lord Kitchener of Khartoum on the Upper Nile from April 1896 to February 1899, which I have called 'The River War,' and which resulted in the reconquest of the Egyptian Soudan. But in order that the reader may understand, and even sympathise with the emotions which these events excited, I have prefixed a general survey of the geography, aspect, and history of the country, and have tried to show its connection with Egypt and Great Britain." - Preface. Only 2000 copies were published on 6 November 1899. Woods A2(a). Bookseller Inventory # 12720

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CHURCHILL, Winston S.

Published by London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1933 (1933)

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Item Description: London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1933, 1933. Octavo. Original mauve cloth, titles to spine in black. Housed in a quarter black morocco drop down box. Hinges cracked, contents a little browned, cloth rubbed at the edges. Very good. With maps and plans. New (cheap) issue from second-edition [1902] plates, first printing. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "Inscribed by Winston S. Churchill Oct. 21 1934". This issue includes a new introduction in which Churchill explains that "a generation has grown up which knows little of why we are in Egypt and the Sudan, and what out work there has been", and expressing "the hope that the story which these pages contain may be some help and encouragement to those young men and women who have still confidence in the destiny of Britain in the Orient". Cohen A2.4.a; Woods A2(d). Bookseller Inventory # 35508

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CHURCHILL, Winston S.

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Item Description: London, New York and Bombay: Longmans, Green & Co., 1899, 1899. 2 volumes, octavo. Original dark blue cloth, titles and pictorial decoration gilt to spines and upper boards, black-coated endpapers. Both volumes separately housed in a navy full morocco bookform folding case. Extremities rubbed with tiny splits to the joints of volume 1, tape reinforcement to the hinges between half-title and frontispiece in both volumes, cracked in volume 1,spotting throughout; good condition. Portrait frontispiece in each volume. 4 illustrated plates and 11 folding maps in volume 1, 2 illustrated plates and 9 folding maps and three non-folding maps in volume 2, and numerous illustrations, maps and plans in the text. First edition, first impression, second state - minor typographic error (second inverted comma missing after THE 'LONDON GAZETTE[']) corrected on p. 459 of volume II - of Churchill's second book, preceded only by The Story of the Malakand Field Force (1898), "2000 copies published on 6 November 1899" (Woods). It includes, of course, his account of the charge of the 21st Lancers, to whom he was attached, at Omdurman on 2 September 1898, described by the Dictionary of National Biography as "that last cavalry charge of the dying century". DNB also considers The River War a "superb" history; whilst Churchill himself more graphically called it "a tale of blood and war". This particular copy has a good military provenance: both volumes bear the contemporary armorial bookplate of wealthy Huguenot-descended businessman Henry Pigé-Leschallas (d. 1903), father of Captain Gilbert Pigé-Leschallas, of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, who was killed in action at Gallipoli (for the blunders of which Churchill himself was largely blamed). They also have the armorial bookplates of Henry Frederick, 6th Marquess of Bath, one of the "Bright Young People" of the 1920s who went on to gain the rank of Major in the Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry, and be awarded the Bronze and Silver Star for action in the Second World War. Cohen A2.1.b: Woods A2(a). Bookseller Inventory # 85338

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CHURCHILL, Winston S.

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Item Description: London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1899, 1899. 2 volumes, octavo. Original dark blue cloth, gilt titles and pictorial decoration to spines and front covers, black-coated endpapers; housed in a grey cloth slip-case. Library label of Van Bergen on front pastedowns. A little wear to extremities of bindings. A very good set. Portrait frontispiece in each volume, 4 plates and 11 folding maps in volume 1, 2 plates, 9 folding maps and three non-folding maps in volume 2, numerous illustrations, maps and plans in the text. First edition, first impression, second state, of Churchill's second book, preceded only by The Story of the Malakand Field Force (1898). It includes, of course, his account of the charge of the 21st Lancers, to whom he was attached, at Omdurman on 2 September 1898, described by the Dictionary of National Biography as "that last cavalry charge of the dying century". DNB also considers The River War a "superb" history; whilst Churchill himself more graphically called it "a tale of blood and war". Cohen A2.1.b. Bookseller Inventory # 98880

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Churchill, Winston S.

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Item Description: Longman?s Green & Co., London , 1899, 1899. First edition 1st impression, published 1899 in 2 volumes. The best edition with coloured maps and illustrations not present in the abridged text versions issued later. One of 2000 sets produced. An incredibly lavish production from a relatively unknown author. The pair sold new for 36 shillings, compared to normal books like Malakand at 7s 6d new and 3s 6 d for the Silver Library edition. Bound in dark blue green (almost black) cloth, blocked with gilt decorations of the Mahdi's tomb and a gunboat. xxiii+462, xiv+ 499 pages, total of 57 illustrations, many especially drawn by Angus McNeill of the Seaforth Highlanders, 34 maps and plans many coloured and folding. Clean set in original cloth. Both volumes signed by the editor, Col. Rhodes on the front endpapers, but since this is a black surface, they are very difficult to see. Contents unusually clean and free of spots, no publishers catalogue, so perhaps originally sold in US. Vol. I has a small splash mark on front cover, gilt on spine clear but not shiny, front free endpaper almost detached, rear on is detached but present. Vol. II has a vertical wrinkle in spine, both hinges fully split. (A2a). Bookseller Inventory # 50021

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Churchill, Winston L. Spencer

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Item Description: Longmans, Green, and Co., London, 1899. Volume Two ONLY, of Two. FIRST EDITION, SECOND IMPRESSION, with the typo corrected on page 459. Publisher's original navy blue cloth. INSCRIBED by Churchill on the half-title: "Yours vy truly, Winston S. Churchill." A preliminary blank is missing, and the book shows residual water damage. The pages are lightly (but entirely) dampstained and somewhat wrinkled throughout. All the maps and illustrations are present. From the estate of Churchill's American cousin, Eva Purdy Thomson [d.1917], with her "Nepahwin" blindstamp on the first page of text, and on a half-dozen or so interior text pages. Nepahwin was the informal name of her estate near New Windsor-on-the-Hudson. In the year of her death, the property was converted to a retreat for religious workers. Churchill's second book. The first two impressions totaled only 2500 copies. A title not commonly found inscribed. Together With: A 1p. ALS from Churchill to Eva on 105, Mount Street stationery, dated Jan. 31, 1901, in which Churchill thanks Eva for attending his lectures and agrees to "inscribe the books." (i.e. This volume and, presumably, the other now-missing volume of the set). The letter was written in New York, near the end of Churchill's American lecture tour. The letter is on a single folded sheet, with the verso of the last leaf mounted on a piece of light cardboard. This item was part of a larger collection of Churchill material that descended from Eva Purdy Thomson. Details are available upon request. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 000210

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CHURCHILL, Sir Winston S.

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Item Description: London Longmans, Green, and Co., 1899. First Edition of Churchill’s "The River War" CHURCHILL, [Sir] Winston S. The River War. An Historical Account of the Reconquest of the Soudan. Edited by Col. F. Rhodes, D.S.O. Illustrated by Angus McNeill, Seaforth Highlanders. In two volumes. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1899. First edition. Two octavo volumes (9 x 6 inches; 227 x 152 mm). xxii, [2], 462, [2, blank]; x, [4], 499, [1, blank] pp. Seven photogravure portraits (including frontispieces) with tissue guards, twenty-three inserted color maps (twenty folding), and numerous maps and illustrations in the text. Original dark blue cloth with front covers pictorially stamped and lettered in gilt with gilt facsimile signature at lower right and spines pictorially stamped and lettered in gilt with two gilt rules and top and bottom. Black endpapers. Edges uncut. Previous owner's old ink signature on title-page of each volume. Light thumbnail sized dampstain to top margin of Volume I, from page 440 through the end. Volumes slightly skewed. A very good, clean copy in the original binding. "The first object of this book is to relate in exact military detail the operations directed by Lord Kitchener of Khartoum on the Upper Nile from April 1896 to February 1899, which I have called ‘The River War,’ and which resulted in the reconquest of the Egyptian Soudan. But in order that the reader may understand, and even sympathise with the emotions which these events excited, I have prefixed a general survey of the geography, aspect, and history of the country, and have tried to show its connection with Egypt and Great Britain" (Preface). Woods A2(a). HBS 67300. $4,000. Bookseller Inventory # 67300

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Item Description: Longmans, Green & Co. London.,1899, 1899. FIRST EDITION. Two volumes. 8vo. (9.3 x 6.2 inches). Portrait frontis' of Viscount Cromer in volume one, and Lord Kitchener in volume two. Illustrated throughout with 56 mono plates, mostly by Angus McNeil of the Seaforth highlanders, and 34 maps, 20 of these fold out. With the corrected text -- inverted comma present on page 459 of volume 2. 32pp publishers catalogue at end of volume one dated 10/99. A very bright clean copy with many gatherings still unopened. In the publishers dark blue cloth with gilt lettering and illustrations to front boards and spines. Black coated endpapers. Inner hinges are cracked but both volumes still firm and tight. The cloth at the top and bottom quarter inch of both spines has been neatly strengthened with dark blue cloth to match. Overall a very good copy of this important work. Churchill's second book. Only 2003 copies were published on 6th November 1899.:. Bookseller Inventory # 7349

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CHURCHILL, Winston S.

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Item Description: London, New York and Bombay: Longmans, Green & Co., 1900, 1900. 2 volumes, octavo. Original dark blue cloth, titles and pictorial decoration gilt to spines and upper boards, black-coated endpapers. A particularly nice copy: bright and tight. Portrait frontispiece in each volume, 4 illustrated plates and 11 folding maps in volume 1, 2 illustrated plates and 9 folding maps and three non-folding maps in volume 2, and numerous illustrations, maps and plans in the text. First edition, second impression, of Churchill's second book, preceded only by The Story of the Malakand Field Force (1898). It includes, of course, his account of the charge of the 21st Lancers, to whom he was attached, at Omdurman on 2 September 1898, described by the Dictionary of National Biography as "that last cavalry charge of the dying century". DNB also considers The River War a "superb" history; whilst Churchill himself more graphically called it "a tale of blood and war". Cohen A2.1.c: Woods A2(a). Bookseller Inventory # 97454

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CHURCHILL, Winston S.

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Item Description: Longmans, Green and Co., London, 1902, 1902. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full burgundy morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, rule to boards gilt, signature to front board gilt, plain coated endpapers, inner dentelles gilt, all edges gilt. Light foxing to prelims otherwise a fine copy. With frontispiece and 22 maps and plans. New and Revised Edition. Woods A2(b). Bookseller Inventory # 33021

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Churchill (Winston Spencer), Rhodes (Col. F.)

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Item Description: Book Condition: Very Good. An historical account of the reconquest of the Soudan. Edited by Col. F. Rhodes. Illustrated by Angus McNeill. In two volumes. Pp. xxiv+462+xiv+500(last blank), 7 photogravure plates (both frontispiece portraits lacking tissue guard), text illustrations, 34 maps & plans (23 coloured, of which 20 are folding and the rest full page), appendices, index; rebound in half brown morocco, the spines lettered and decorated in gilt between raised bands, light brown cloth boards, the leather faintly marked, spines a trifle faded; t.e.g.; short closed tears to 3 the maps, the final blank cropped in Volume II, scattered foxing and occasional slight soiling; Longmans, Green, and Co., London, 1899. First edition, first printing, second state, with the corrected inverted commas enclosing 'The London Gazette' on p. 459 of Volume II. Cohen A2.1.b; Woods A2(a). *Churchill's second book, relating 'in exact military detail the operations directed by Lord Kitchener of Khartoum on the Upper Nile from April 1896 to February 1899' [Preface]. Bookseller Inventory # 132226

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Winston S. Churchill

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Item Description: Longmans, Green, and Co., London, 1899. Hardcover. First edition, first printing. This is the first edition, first printing, first state of Churchill's second published work. Published in two massive volumes in 1899, the first edition of this book is compelling in every respect. First, of course, is the inherent merit of the work itself. The text is arresting, insightful, powerfully descriptive, and of enduring relevance. Mohammed Ahmed was a messianic Islamic leader in central and northern Sudan in the final decades of the 19th century. In 1883 the Mahdists overwhelmed the Egyptian army of British commander William Hicks, and Great Britain ordered the withdrawal of all Egyptian troops and officials from the Sudan. In 1885, General Gordon famously lost his life in a doomed defense of the capitol, Khartoum, where he had been sent to lead evacuation of Egyptian forces. Though the Mahdi died in 1895, his theocracy continued until 1898, when General Kitchener reoccupied the Sudan. With Kitchener was a very young Winston Churchill, who would participate in the battle of Omdurman in September 1898, where the Mahdist forces were decisively defeated. In this book about the British campaign in the Sudan, Churchill - a young officer in a colonial British army - is unusually sympathetic to the Mahdist forces and critical of Imperial cynicism and cruelty. This work offers us the candid perspective of the future great man of the 20th century from the distinctly 19th century battlefields where Churchill learned to write and earned his early fame. Here is a chief architect of the Second World War involved in what has been called the last "genuine" cavalry charge of the British army. In addition to being a compelling piece of writing, the first edition of The River War is also beautiful, rare, and bibliographically important. Aesthetically it is lavish and striking; the large, weighty volumes are beautifully decorated with gilt representations of the Mahdi's tomb on the spines and a gunboat on the front covers. Each of the two large volumes is printed on heavy paper with a profusion of illustrations, maps, and plans. From a collector's standpoint it is scarce. There were only 2,000 copies of this beautiful edition, first printing. Moreover, this is one of the few Churchill books for which there was no concurrent U.S. first edition. Bibliographically it is notable that the first edition is the only unabridged edition to this day. Here is a first edition, first printing, first state set. First state is confirmed by the typographical error on p.459 of Volume II, omitting the single quotation mark following 'LONDON GAZETTE. (See: Cohen, Vol. I, A2.1.a&b, pages 32-42.) Condition is very good overall, the noteworthy feature of this set being unusually clean and complete contents. The contents remain exceptionally bright for the edition. We find no previous ownership marks and a mere hint of spotting is barely discernible, appearing entirely confined to the otherwise clean fore edges. All of the extensive illustrations, maps, and plans are intact, including the frontispieces and tissue guards. This is not a "married" set; both the contents and bindings of both volumes are an exact match in condition. What leads us to grade this set as only "good plus" is the fact that both volumes have been fitted with new endpapers (white, replacing the original black) and the original bindings, though now tight, do show scuffing and wear with some dulling of the spines. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A2.1.a, Woods/ICS A2(a.1), Langworth p.29. Bookseller Inventory # 003136

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CHURCHILL, Winston S.

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Item Description: London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1902, 1902. Octavo. Original red cloth, title gilt to upper board and spine, together with facsimile gilt signature and block of one of Kitchener's Nile gunboats to the upper board, and of the Mahdi's tomb to the spine, black surface-paper endpapers. Very slight fading to spine (but considerably less than usual), very slight rubbing to ends and corners with a very small tear to cloth at head, spotting to edges, end leaves, and somewhat to margins of some inner leaves, still an excellent copy, sound and presenting very well. Photogravure portrait frontispiece of Kitchener, 14 coloured maps and plans, 6 of them folding, a further 8 sketch-maps in the text. 40pp. publisher's advertisements at the rear. First one-volume edition, the second overall following the two-volume first edition of October 1899, this one of only 1,003 copies (as such a more scarce edition than the first) published on 15 October 1902. The text had been revised considerably, and a new chapter added describing the ultimate destruction of the khalifa and the end of the war, making Churchill's self-described tale of blood and war "at once accurate and complete." All subsequent editions of The River War are based on the 1902 abridged and revised text. A very smart copy in the original cloth. Cohen A2.2; Woods A2(b). Bookseller Inventory # 95957

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CHURCHILL, Winston S.

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Item Description: Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1933, 1933. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full burgundy morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards gilt, Churchill's signature to front board gilt, marbled endpapers, inner dentelles gilt, all edges gilt. A fine copy. With 22 maps and plans. First Cheap Edition. Bookseller Inventory # 33022

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Winston Churchill

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Item Description: Longmans, Green and Co., 1899. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Winston Churchill, "The River War", 1899. Longmans, Green and Co. First edition. 2 volumes, octavo. Re-bound in 3/4 blue leather with new endpapers but otherwise the contents of both volumes is intact and entirely present in extremely nice condition. The hinge at the title page is just barely present, but the board and and binding are tight and solid. Pictures available upon request. First edition, first impression. Churchill wrote this, his second book, while still an officer in the British army. Here he provides the history of the British involvement in the Sudan and the conflict between the British and Dervish forces. "The first object of this book is to relate in exact military detail the operations directed by Lord Kitchener of Khartoum on the Upper Nile from April 1896 to February 1899, which I have called 'The River War,' and which resulted in the reconquest of the Egyptian Soudan. But in order that the reader may understand, and even sympathise with the emotions which these events excited, I have prefixed a general survey of the geography, aspect, and history of the country, and have tried to show its connection with Egypt and Great Britain." - Preface. Only 2000 copies were published on 6 November 1899. Woods A2(a). The books include his account of the charge of the 21st Lancers, to whom he was attached, at Omdurman on 2 September 1898, described by the Dictionary of National Biography as "that last cavalry charge of the dying century". DNB also considers The River War a "superb" history, though Churchill called it instead "a tale of blood and war". Bookseller Inventory # 015761

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Item Description: Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1940. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good. This is a superlative jacketed copy of the rarest reprint of Churchill's second book. Originally published in 1899, The River War recounts Churchill's experiences and reflections concerning British involvement in the Sudan. In 1883, Mahdist forces of messianic leader Mohammed Ahmed overwhelmed the Egyptian army of British commander William Hicks and Britain ordered withdrawal from the Sudan. In 1885, General Gordon famously lost his life in a doomed defense of Khartoum, where he had been sent to lead evacuation of Egyptian forces. General Kitchener reoccupied the Sudan in 1898. With him was a very young Winston Churchill, who would participate in the battle of Omdurman in September 1898, where the Mahdist forces were decisively defeated. Writing about the British campaign in the Sudan, Churchill - a young officer in a colonial British army - is unusually sympathetic to the Mahdist forces and critical of Imperial cynicism and cruelty. This work offers us the candid perspective of the future great man of the 20th century from the distinctly 19th century battlefields where Churchill learned to write and earned his early fame. The text is arresting, insightful, powerfully descriptive, and of enduring relevance. In 1933, a so-called "Second Cheap Edition" was made from plates of the 1902 edition with a bibliographically significant new introduction by the author explaining that "A generation has grown up which knows little of why we are in Egypt and the Sudan." There were ultimately five printings of this edition. All are now highly sought in the original dust jackets, but most scarce is the dust jacket for this 1940 printing - the only wartime printing. The dust jacket is unique to this printing. Survival rate for these jackets is quite low, likely owing to the thin, white paper on which they were printed. The condition of this jacket is the very best we have ever seen, with a fine book beneath. The pale purple binding is bright and clean with square corners and just a little discoloration at the base of the spine corresponding to a small chip in the dust jacket. The contents are crisp, clean, bright, and tight with no spotting. There is a single inked owner inscription in beautiful script dated "July 18, 1942" on the front pastedown. The dust jacket is a treat - unclipped, bright, and with only trivial wear. Losses are confined to trivial corner wear with the exception of a .25 inch chip at the lower rear hinge. Two 1 inch closed tears are located at the upper rear hinge and at the rear flap fold. Very light soiling to the white panels. Overall a truly superior jacketed example of this scarce and fragile edition. The dust jacket is protected in a removable, archival quality clear cover. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A2.4.c, Woods/ICS A2(da.3), Langworth p.33. Bookseller Inventory # 000698

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Churchill, Winston Spencer

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Item Description: Longmans Green & Co, London, 1899. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. 2 vols. 8vo. Pp xxii, 462; x, 499. Illustrations, maps and plans - all as called for. Recently rebound in half morocco; new endpapers. Some marginal water staining. Some fingering and light soiling in the text. Bookseller Inventory # 07310

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Item Description: Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1940, 1940. This is the 3rd printing of this edition, and easily the scarcest of the 5 printings of this popular edition. The scarcity of this printing results in a premium and thus its appeal is primarily to completists. Those just wanting a readable early edition should look to the 1933, 1949, or 1951 printings. Similar in appearance to the 1933, the cloth is thinner and of different texture. A nice copy in the very scarce dustwrapper. Book is clean and tight with scattered spots on foredges. Dustwrapper is the correct pictorial blue and black on white style, unclipped, but has lost lower 2 inches of spine and extending into rear cover. (ICS A2da.3). Bookseller Inventory # 23586

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Item Description: Longmans, Green, and Co., London, 1899. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very good plus. First edition, first printing. This is a finely bound first edition, first printing of Churchill's second book. This first edition is notable for a number of reasons. Aesthetically it is lavish, each of the two large volumes printed on heavy paper with a profusion of illustrations, maps, and plans. From a collector's standpoint it is scarce; the publisher issued just 2,000 copies of this first printing. Bibliographically it is notable that this first edition is the *only* unabridged edition printed to this day. In 1902 Churchill (now a new member of Parliament) revised and abridged his text, excising much of the criticism of Kitchener for political reasons. All of the many subsequent editions of The River War are based on the 1902 abridged and revised text. Last but not least, the text is arresting, insightful, powerfully descriptive, and of enduring relevance. In 1883, Mahdist forces of messianic leader Mohammed Ahmed overwhelmed the Egyptian army of British commander William Hicks and Britain ordered withdrawal from the Sudan. In 1885, General Gordon famously lost his life in a doomed defense of Khartoum, where he had been sent to lead evacuation of Egyptian forces. General Kitchener reoccupied the Sudan in 1898. With him was a very young Winston Churchill, who would participate in the battle of Omdurman in September 1898, where the Mahdist forces were decisively defeated. Writing about the British campaign in the Sudan, Churchill - a young officer in a colonial British army - is unusually sympathetic to the Mahdist forces and critical of Imperial cynicism and cruelty. This work offers us the candid perspective of the future great man of the 20th century from the distinctly 19th century battlefields where Churchill learned to write and earned his early fame. Here is a chief architect of the Second World War involved in what has been called the last "genuine" cavalry charge of the British army. This first printing set features very good first edition contents finely bound in quarter red pebble grain morocco over heavy blue pebble grain buckram boards, with marbled endpapers, gilt top edge, head and foot bands, gilt spine title print and rules, and gilt rule transitions. The binding is in very good plus condition. The leather remains supple with no splits or cracking. The bindings are tight with only minor wear to extremities and modest cosmetic flaws, primarily some staining to the spines. The contents are very good for the edition. All of the profuse maps and plans are present and in excellent condition, including the photo plates and attendant tissue guards. Volume I is of course rebound without the publisher's rear catalogue. We find no previous ownership marks. Spotting is modest for the edition, mostly found on the fore and bottom edges and first few leaves, only intermittent and relatively light otherwise throughout. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A2.1.b, Woods/ICS A2(a.1), Langworth p.29. Bookseller Inventory # 002949

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CHURCHILL, WINSTON SPENCER

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Item Description: Longmans, Green & Co, London, 1902. Cloth. Book Condition: VG. No Jacket. 2nd Edition Revised. Red cloth with gilt lettering and gilt mosque and gilt riverboat to spine and front panel. The is the second edition and the first one volume edition which has been abridged and revised. The maps have been kept but the photographs have been eliminated. Considerable sections of the text have been revised. Somewhat rare as the print run was only 1000 copies. Cloth on the spine has been restored and the endpapers renewed o/w a very good copy. Size: Octavo. Bookseller Inventory # 16823

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Item Description: London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1902, 1902. Octavo. Original red cloth, title gilt to upper board and spine, together with facsimile gilt signature and block of one of Kitchener's Nile gunboats to the upper board, and of the Mahdi's tomb to the spine, black surface-paper endpapers. A little rubbed and spotted, spine slightly sunned and creased, front pastedown slightly skinned from the removal of a bookplate, front hinge a little loose, contemporary ownership inscription in pencil to the front free endpaper, and inked to the title page, light marginal browning, very good. Photogravure portrait frontispiece of Kitchener, 14 coloured maps and plans, 6 of them folding, a further 8 sketch-maps in the text. First one-volume edition, revised (second edition overall). 1,000 copies published on 15 October 1902. The text had been revised considerably, and a new chapter added describing the ultimate destruction of the khalifa and the end of the war, making Churchill's self-described tale of blood and war "at once accurate and complete." Cohen A2.2; Woods A2(b). Bookseller Inventory # 85268

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Item Description: Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1940, 1940. This is the 3rd printing of this edition, and easily the scarcest of the 5 printings of this popular edition. The scarcity of this printing results in a premium and thus its appeal is primarily to completists. Those just wanting a readable early edition should look to the 1933, 1949, or 1951 printings. Similar in appearance to the 1933, the cloth is thinner and of different texture. here is a fine crisp copy in the truly scarce dustwrapper. Book is tight, foredges even and unspotted, top edges soiled and spotted, contents clean, owner name on free endpaper. The dustwrapper is correct, unclipped, some wear at spine end with a small piece gone at head of spine, max depth 4 mm. (ICS A2da.3). Bookseller Inventory # 14114

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Published by Longman?s Green & Co., London , 1899 (1899)

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Item Description: Longman?s Green & Co., London , 1899, 1899. First edition 1st impression, published 1899 in 2 volumes. The best edition with coloured maps and illustrations not present in the abridged text versions issued later. One of 2000 sets produced. An incredibly lavish production from a relatively unknown author. The pair sold new for 36 shillings, compared to normal books like Malakand at 7s 6d new and 3s 6 d for the Silver Library edition. Bound in dark blue green (almost black) cloth, blocked with gilt decorations of the Mahdi's tomb and a gunboat. xxiii+462, xiv+ 499 pages, total of 57 illustrations, many especially drawn by Angus McNeill of the Seaforth Highlanders, 34 maps and plans many coloured and folding. Both volumes 1st printings. This set has decent shelf appearance with clear gilt titling, vol II slightly brighter. Both front covers clean, but but vol. I has a horizontal crease in the cloth. Vol. I lacks the half title, contents very clean with almost no foxing. Both hinges broken. There is a damp stain at lower inside corner from page 325 to end. Spine ends worn with splits. Vol. II has unmarked bright covers, a small nick in the back joint, bookplate on pastedown, front hinge almost completely gone, rear hinge well cracked. Contents very clean with no foxing seen. (A2a). Bookseller Inventory # 35106

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