Published by W Grierson, T.P.s Weekly Office, 1909
Condition: Good. Boards have some toning/darkening. Content has light toning with inscriptions and previous owner names to ffep - gilt tipped page ends. Stable binding. No DJ.
Published by Printed by George Grierson, Printer to the KIng's Most Excellent Majesty, Dublin, 1812
Condition: Very good. 52 Georgii III. Cap. 20. 4 p., only 2 printed. 29 cm. Disbound. "Anno Quinquagesimo Secundo Georgii III. Regis." Title continues: "and to permitting Goods and Commodities to be imported into and exported from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, in any Ship or Vessel, until the Twenty-fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and fifteen; and to the amending an Act for consolidating and extending the several laws in force for allowing the Importation of certain Goods and Merchandize into and from certain Ports in the West Indies, until the Twenty-fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and fourteen.".
Published by Dublin: Printed by Boulter Grierson, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1759
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. crown8vo, not paginated. Title plus Psalm 1 to Psalm 88 only. Professionally bound in old full calf boards, new backstrip lettered gilt. Some staining mainly at the end, lower fore-corner last leaf missing affecting a few words on the verso otherwise a VG part work. Scarce.
Published by Printed by George Grierson, Printer to the KIng's Most Excellent Majesty, Dublin, 1813
Condition: Good. 53 Georgii III. Cap. 36. 4 p., only 2 printed. 30 cm. Disbound. Two green marks on rear. "Anno Quinquagesimo Tertio Georgii III. Regis." "Vessels in the Service of the Hudson's Bay Company exempted, provided they shall not carry more that Twenty Passengers.".
Published by DUBLIN: Printed by Boulter Grierson, Printer to the King's most Excellent Majesty. 1762., 1762
8vo. Sin encuadernar.99 pp.Edición de Dublin, bastante más rara que la publicada en Londres en el mismo año. Explicación de los motivos que conducieron la declaración de Guerra contra España Great Britain declared war on Spain in early 1762. This collection prints documents explaining and justifying the Pitt administration's actions in the years leading up to the declaration of war.Palau, después de 211 781.
Published by Mrs S Grierson Mill Books, 1986
Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Binding tight, content clean and straight. Unclipped pictorial dust jacket in excellent condition very minimal edge wear. Pictures provided upon request. If purchasing internationally, please inquire about shipping charges before purchase. Ships within 1-2 business days.
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Published by Printed By Boulter Grierson, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty., Dublin, 1765
Book First Edition
Hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition. Pp.xxxv, (1), 477. Full calf decorative gilt covers & spine.Covers and spine worn with corners bumped & rubbed. Lower spine end nicked. Internally clean. Good overall. Important record and valuable research tool for historians. Covering the years 1310-1612.
Published by G. A. Grierson, Printer to The King's Most Excellent Majesty (Printed By the Executor), King's Arms and Two Bibles in Essex Street, DUBLIN, 1757
Full-Leather. Condition: Good+. In contemporary Full Leather binding, with 4 Raised Bands to spine with gilt decoration in the compartmenrts. Fine tooled decoration in centres and corners of front and rear with traces of gilt. All page edges gilt. Old gift inscription on Title Page and 1757 hand written beneath the printed date in Roman numerals M,DCC,LVII. 4 1/2" Tall. Pages in very good condition, binding firm. Some wear to leather, mainly at corners and a small piece of leather is mssing from very bootom of spine (see photos). If you would like more pictures please ask. Size: 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall.
Published by Dublin: Printed by Boulter Grierson Printer to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 1768
Seller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB, LONDON, United Kingdom
FIRST IRISH EDITION. 8vo, 180 x 115 mms., pp. xxx [xxxi - xxxii Contents], 351 [352 blank], contemporary quarter calf; boards dark and soiled, spine a little fragile, slight soiling of text. In his ODNB articles, Paul J. deGategno writes, "Macpherson's most important work, the posthumous Critical dissertations on the origin, antiquities, language, government, manners, and religion of the ancient Caledonians, their posterity the Picts, and the British and Irish Scots (1768), was a response to the Ossian phenomenon prompted by James Macpherson's Fragments of Ancient Poetry and his translations of the epics Fingal (1762) and Temora (1763). An unabashed defender of Ossian and a recognized Celtic authority on antiquities, John had met James Macpherson (no relation) in September 1760 during the latter's search for Ossianic poems in the highlands. Having provided the poet with various documents on Celtic history as well as leads to various Ossian manuscripts, John recited passages of Fingal and the fragments often heard in his neighbourhood (Saunders, 123; Stafford, 117, 120). In turn James Macpherson later used material from the minister's Critical Dissertations, to which he may have contributed part of the preface, in his dissertations on the epics, as well as his Introduction to the History of Great Britain and Ireland (1771), where he again acknowledged John's influence as an advocate of the Caledonian origins of the Scottish nation and as a critic of modern conjectural historians, such as William Robertson, whom John accused of 'looking with too much contempt on the origin of society' (Critical Dissertations, 18).".
Published by Dublin, G. and J. Grierson & His Majesty's Printers, 1803-1831., 1831
Duodecimo. 22, 55, 96, 22, 25, 28 pages. Hardcover / Original, very decorative full 19th century calf with gilt lettering on original, red spinelabel. Binding and interior in unusually excellent condition. Only a very small lesion (fraying) to the outer margins of three pages. Sprache: english.
Published by Printed by the Executor of George Abraham Grierson, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, and Jane Grierson, at the King's Arms and Two Bibles in Essex-Street, Dublin, 1756
Seller: Aardvark Rare Books, ABAA, EUGENE, OR, U.S.A.
Leather-bound. Condition: Very Good Minus. 12mo., 5 3/4 in x 3 1/2 in. Full contemporary brown leather. Corners slightly bumped. Moderate wear to extremities, binding very sound. age-cracking to surface of boards. Spine leather heavily rubbed away. Chipping to bottom of spine. 7 tooled bands, gilt rubbed away to 3. Edges neatly trimmed close to text. pp. . Contemporary or near contemporary ink inscriptions to front pastedown, 13 lines. Gift of Hill Coulson to James Morewood. Ink inscription continued on to rear free endpaper, 10 lines. Occasional pencil annotation throughout. Nicely laid paper, lightly tanned and very clean throughout. Has not showed up at auction since 2006, and only one copy found in libraries worldwide (University of Kings College). The Book of Common Prayer is an Anglican liturgical text that comprises services and prayers for important occasions in life: baptism, marriage, death, illness, and childbirth. Books of Common prayer emerged out of the English Reformation, as England's break with the Catholic Church inaugurated vernacular worship. Books of common prayers enabled lay people to establish a more direct connection with God. The present copy contains ink and pencil inscriptions that attest to its use as a devotional object, if not a text for deep study.
Published by Dublin: George Grierson and His Majesty's Printers, 1803 - 1832., 1832
Seller: Michael S. Kemp, Bookseller, Sheerness, KENT, United Kingdom
Association Member: PBFA
Small 8vo. 8 acts bound in one. pp. 22; 55; 17; 96; 22; 25; 40; 28. Contemporary reversed calf, contrasting leather spine label. Some offsetting on to the final title page, minor wear to the corners else a Fine tight volume. A scarce collection of Acts of Parliament printed and relating to Ireland, none of which appear in the usual on-line catalogues.
Published by Printed by Boulter Grierson, printer to the King's most excellent Majesty., M,DCC,LXX., Dublin, 1770
Buckram. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Complete in 2 volumes. Collation, xlviii,748-1512pp, 71pp index. Books measure 10 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches. Bound in modern buckram/cloth, leather title labels. Law society stamp on tail of spines, light staining. Both bindings in very good clean firm condition. Internally, very occasional small stamp, very light browning throughout. Pages in very good clean condition. Rare first edition. A good clean well bound 2 volume set. A25. C1 Size: Quarto.