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Lovelace, Ada; Krysa, Joasia (int)

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Lovelace, Ada

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About this Item: 2012. PAP. Condition: New. New Book.Shipped from US within 10 to 14 business days. Established seller since 2000. Seller Inventory # IB-9783775729048

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Ada Lovelace

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About this Item: Paperback. Condition: New. Paperback. Die englische Schriftstellerin Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, Tochter Lord Byrons, entwickelte bereits in ihrer Jugend ein tiefes Interesse für die Mathematik, insbesondere .Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 36 pages. 0.172. Seller Inventory # 9783775729048

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Ada Lovelace (contributions)

Published by Hatje Cantz Publishers 2012-01-31 (2012)

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Ada Lovelace

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Ada King Lovelace; Editor-Betty A. Toole

Published by Critical Connection (1992)

ISBN 10: 0912647094 ISBN 13: 9780912647098

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About this Item: Critical Connection, 1992. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG0912647094

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Ada Lovelace

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About this Item: 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Paperback. Die englische Schriftstellerin Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, Tochter Lord Byrons, entwickelte bereits in ihrer Jugend ein tiefes Interesse für die Mathematik, .Shipping may be from our Sydney, NSW warehouse or from our UK or US warehouse, depending on stock availability. 36 pages. 0.172. Seller Inventory # 9783775729048

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William King-Noel (1805-1893), 1st Earl of Lovelace, scientist and Fellow of the Royal Society, husband of Lord Byron's daughter Augusta Ada (1815-1852), Countess of Lovelace [ Peter John Locke King ]

Published by One from 6 Great Cumberland Place London. Two on letterheads of East Horsley Tower. 1853 and 1854 (1852)

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About this Item: One from 6 Great Cumberland Place London. Two on letterheads of East Horsley Tower. 1853 and 1854, 1852. The three items in good condition, lightly aged. The first two with mourning borders (for his wife, who had died in 1852). Lovelace's handwriting is idiosyncratic. ONE: 12 February [1852]. From 6 Great Cumberland Place. 1p., 16mo. Acknowledging receipt of 'a memorial from certain inhabitants of Limpsfield, as well as the letter of Mr. Elliott'. TWO: 9 January 1853. 1p., 12mo. Stating that he has 'felt it inexpedient to comply with the requisition transmitted to me in February last'. THREE: 30 July 1854. 1p., 4to. Addressed to King as 'Dear Locke'. He encloses the other two items, explaining that he thought it 'decidedly inexpedient to give assent to the application', and commenting on the writer of the letters: 'He seems to feel that a sentence is passed against him, on a secret charge, without opportunity for denial or explanation. I pass no sentence, have entertained no charge, and desire therefore no explanation. In the recommendations that I submit to the Ld Chancellor I endeavour to act for the advantage of the public service of the County, and if in so doing I am obliged to an application, it is my work to do so without giving & certainly without implying any censure.'. Seller Inventory # 17285

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Tales of Fashionable Life: Edgeworth, Maria; [Lovelace,

Edgeworth, Maria; [Lovelace, Ada]

Published by Printed for J. Johnson, London (1812)

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About this Item: Printed for J. Johnson, London, 1812. Complete set of Anglo-Irish educator and novelist Maria Edgeworth's Tales of Fashionable Life: the second edition of Volumes I-III, and the first edition of Volumes IV-VI. Known as "the Great Maria," Edgeworth was widely acclaimed in her day: her emphasis on practical, hands-on education for children was influential on both sides of the Atlantic, and bestsellers like Castle Rackrent and Belinda inspired a generation of English novelists. Tales of Fashionable Life includes a series of short works, most notably The Absentee, which traces the exploitation of the Irish land and people at the hands of absentee landowners: "a great part of your timber, the growth of a century -- swallowed in the entertainments of one winter in London!" Informed by Edgeworth's firsthand knowledge of Anglo-Irish manners and politics, The Absentee's regional realism impressed writers as diverse as Walter Scott, Ivan Turgenev, and John Ruskin. This set was part of the library at Ashley Combe in Somerset, built in 1799 and improved in 1835 for the benefit of Ada Byron, daughter of poet Lord Byron and young bride of Ashley Combe's owner, William King, later the First Earl of Lovelace. A gifted polymath, Ada Lovelace would work with mathematician Charles Babbage on his Difference Engine and Analytical Engine, and her notes on the latter, which contain an algorithm for generating Bernoulli numbers, are often cited as the first computer program. In 1886, decades after Ada's death, the Earl purchased the Ben Damph Forest in Scotland, and built Ben Damph House, where these books eventually settled. A near-fine set of literary classics, with a connection to two pioneering nineteenth-century Englishwomen. Six twelvemo volumes, contemporary three-quarter calf over marbled paper boards, spines ruled and numbered in gilt, red morocco spine labels lettered in gilt and tooled with a floral gilt border. All half-titles present. Contemporary stamp of Ashley Combe to front pastedowns, later stamp of Ben Damph Forest Library to front free endpapers. Shelfwear to paper boards and corners. Seller Inventory # 1001448

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