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Item Description: Delta Education, Inc., 1998. Book Condition: Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP82695552

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Lever, Charles

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Item Description: P. F. Collier Publisher, New York. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. From Lever's Works. No date given, c1890. Brown boards with gilt designs. Illustrated. Binding with wear, soiled page edges with age toning to the pages. Frayed corners, end pages torn. Bookseller Inventory # 1923

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Lever, Charles

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Item Description: P. F. Collier, 1882. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. gilt designs and lettering rubbed but visible, binding shaken, heavy edge wear, particularly on spine; first few pages loose; illustrated with photo electrotype illustrations, printed in two-column format; 576 pp; Bookseller Inventory # 029365

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Lever, Charles

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Item Description: P. F. Collier, 1882. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. gilt designs and lettering rubbed but visible, binding shaken, heavy edge wear, particularly on spine; first few pages loose; illustrated with photo electrotype illustrations, printed in two-column format; 494 pp; Bookseller Inventory # 029366

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Charles Lever

Published by PF Collier January 1882 (1882)

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Item Description: PF Collier January 1882, 1882. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. No Jacket. FAIR: Boards heavily rubbed, hinge cracked, some bumped/chipped page edges & bent corners; age toned text is clean & free of marks or foxing. 576 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 20100315169534

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Women's works : paintings, drawings, prints and: Sellars, Jane.

Sellars, Jane.

Published by National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, Liverpool (1988)

ISBN 10: 0901534757 ISBN 13: 9780901534750

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Item Description: National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, Liverpool, 1988. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Fine. First Edition.. Includes: Paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture by women artists in the permanent collection : Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight, Sudley Art Gallery, Liverpool. iv, 90 p. : ill., ports. ; 30 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 89) and index. A fine crisp copy. [ Location: BOX 5 ] Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 024390

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Item Description: Delta Education, Inc., 1998. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: Acceptable. Noticeable wear, but still very usable. Prior owners name inside. Otherwise, clean mark-free interior! SHIPS WITHIN 24 HOURS! Tracking Provided. DHL processing & USPS delivery for an average of 3-5 Day Standard & 2-3 Day Expedited! FREE INSURANCE! Fast & Personal Support! Careful Packaging. No Hassle, Full Refund Return Policy!. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000632388

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Lever, Charles

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Item Description: P.F. Collier, New York. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No D.J. First Edition. pp. 494. Firm and clean throughout with little evidence of use. Gilding on front cover and spine is significantly faded. Edges of covers are worn, and corners are worn and curled. Page 1 in book has removed from binding. Top and bottom edges of spine are worn. Some scuff marks on front and back covers. Previous owner's writing on first page. Coloured edges of pages are faded. Scans available on request. Size: 7" x 10". Bookseller Inventory # COLL1717

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Charles James Lever

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Item Description: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from The Works of Charles Lever, Vol. 5: Luttrell of Arran; Bramleighs of Bishop s Folly One half the world knows not how the other half lives, says the adage; and there is a peculiar force in the maxim when applied to certain remote and little-visited districts in these islands, where the people are about as unknown to us as though they inhabited some lonely rock in the South Pacific. While the great world, not very far off, busies itself with all the appliances of state and science, amusing its leisure by problems which, once on a time, would have been reserved for the studies of philosophers and sages, these poor creatures drag oh an existence rather beneath than above the habits of savage life. Their dwellings, their food, their clothes, such as generations of their fathers possessed; and neither in their culture, their aspirations, nor their ways, advanced beyond what centuries back had seen them. Of that group of islands off the northwest coast of Ireland called the Arrans, Innishmore is a striking instance of this neglect and desolation. Probably within the wide sweep of the British islands there could not be found a spot more irretrievably given op to poverty and barbarism. Some circular mud hovels, shaped like beehives, and with a central aperture for the escape of the smoke, are the dwellings of an almost naked, famine-stricken people, whose looks, language, and gestures mark them out for foreigners if they chance to come over to the mainland. Deriving their scanty subsistence almost entirely from fishing and kelp-burning, they depend for life upon the chances of the seasons, in a spot where storms are all but perpetual, and where a day of comparative calm is a rare event. Curious enough it is to mark that in this wild ungenial spot civilization had once set foot, and some Christian pilgrims found a resting-place. There is no certain record of whence or how they first came, but the Abbey of St. Finbar dates from an early century, and the strong walls yet attest the size and proportions of the ancient monastery. Something like forty years ago the islanders learned that the owner of the island, of whose existence they then heard for the first time, proposed to come over and live there, and soon afterwards a few workmen arrived, and, in some weeks, converted the old crypt of the Abbey into something habitable, adding two small chambers to it, and building a chimney - a work of art - which, whether meant for defence or some religions object, was, during its construction, a much-debated question by the people. The intention to resume a sovereignty which had lain so long in abeyance would have been a bold measure in such a spot if it had not been preceded by the assurance that the chief meant to disturb nothing, dispute nothing of Vested interests. They were told that he i who was coining was a man weary of the world and its ways, who desired simply a spot of earth where he might live in peace, and where, dying, he might leave his bones with the Luttrells, whose graves for generations back thronged the narrow aisle of the church. These facts, and that he had a sickly wife and one child, a boy of a few years old, were all that they knew of him. If the bare idea of a superior was distasteful in a community where common misery had taught brotherhood, the notion was dispelled at sight of the sad sorrow-stricken man who landed on an evening of September, and walked from the boat through the surf beside his wife, as two sailors carried her to shore. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9781331425960

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Charles James Lever

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Item Description: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from The Works of Charles Lever, Vol. 5: Luttrell of Arran; Bramleighs of Bishop s Folly One half the world knows not how the other half lives, says the adage; and there is a peculiar force in the maxim when applied to certain remote and little-visited districts in these islands, where the people are about as unknown to us as though they inhabited some lonely rock in the South Pacific. While the great world, not very far off, busies itself with all the appliances of state and science, amusing its leisure by problems which, once on a time, would have been reserved for the studies of philosophers and sages, these poor creatures drag oh an existence rather beneath than above the habits of savage life. Their dwellings, their food, their clothes, such as generations of their fathers possessed; and neither in their culture, their aspirations, nor their ways, advanced beyond what centuries back had seen them. Of that group of islands off the northwest coast of Ireland called the Arrans, Innishmore is a striking instance of this neglect and desolation. Probably within the wide sweep of the British islands there could not be found a spot more irretrievably given op to poverty and barbarism. Some circular mud hovels, shaped like beehives, and with a central aperture for the escape of the smoke, are the dwellings of an almost naked, famine-stricken people, whose looks, language, and gestures mark them out for foreigners if they chance to come over to the mainland. Deriving their scanty subsistence almost entirely from fishing and kelp-burning, they depend for life upon the chances of the seasons, in a spot where storms are all but perpetual, and where a day of comparative calm is a rare event. Curious enough it is to mark that in this wild ungenial spot civilization had once set foot, and some Christian pilgrims found a resting-place. There is no certain record of whence or how they first came, but the Abbey of St. Finbar dates from an early century, and the strong walls yet attest the size and proportions of the ancient monastery. Something like forty years ago the islanders learned that the owner of the island, of whose existence they then heard for the first time, proposed to come over and live there, and soon afterwards a few workmen arrived, and, in some weeks, converted the old crypt of the Abbey into something habitable, adding two small chambers to it, and building a chimney - a work of art - which, whether meant for defence or some religions object, was, during its construction, a much-debated question by the people. The intention to resume a sovereignty which had lain so long in abeyance would have been a bold measure in such a spot if it had not been preceded by the assurance that the chief meant to disturb nothing, dispute nothing of Vested interests. They were told that he i who was coining was a man weary of the world and its ways, who desired simply a spot of earth where he might live in peace, and where, dying, he might leave his bones with the Luttrells, whose graves for generations back thronged the narrow aisle of the church. These facts, and that he had a sickly wife and one child, a boy of a few years old, were all that they knew of him. If the bare idea of a superior was distasteful in a community where common misery had taught brotherhood, the notion was dispelled at sight of the sad sorrow-stricken man who landed on an evening of September, and walked from the boat through the surf beside his wife, as two sailors carried her to shore. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9781331425960

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Charles James Lever

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Charles James Lever

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Item Description: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from The Works of Charles Lever, Vol. 5: Luttrell of Arran; Bramleighs of Bishop s Folly One half the world knows not how the other half lives, says the adage; and there is a peculiar force in the maxim when applied to certain remote and little-visited districts in these islands, where the people are about as unknown to us as though they inhabited some lonely rock in the South Pacific. While the great world, not very far off, busies itself with all the appliances of state and science, amusing its leisure by problems which, once on a time, would have been reserved for the studies of philosophers and sages, these poor creatures drag oh an existence rather beneath than above the habits of savage life. Their dwellings, their food, their clothes, such as generations of their fathers possessed; and neither in their culture, their aspirations, nor their ways, advanced beyond what centuries back had seen them. Of that group of islands off the northwest coast of Ireland called the Arrans, Innishmore is a striking instance of this neglect and desolation. Probably within the wide sweep of the British islands there could not be found a spot more irretrievably given op to poverty and barbarism. Some circular mud hovels, shaped like beehives, and with a central aperture for the escape of the smoke, are the dwellings of an almost naked, famine-stricken people, whose looks, language, and gestures mark them out for foreigners if they chance to come over to the mainland. Deriving their scanty subsistence almost entirely from fishing and kelp-burning, they depend for life upon the chances of the seasons, in a spot where storms are all but perpetual, and where a day of comparative calm is a rare event. Curious enough it is to mark that in this wild ungenial spot civilization had once set foot, and some Christian pilgrims found a resting-place. There is no certain record of whence or how they first came, but the Abbey of St. Finbar dates from an early century, and the strong walls yet attest the size and proportions of the ancient monastery. Something like forty years ago the islanders learned that the owner of the island, of whose existence they then heard for the first time, proposed to come over and live there, and soon afterwards a few workmen arrived, and, in some weeks, converted the old crypt of the Abbey into something habitable, adding two small chambers to it, and building a chimney - a work of art - which, whether meant for defence or some religions object, was, during its construction, a much-debated question by the people. The intention to resume a sovereignty which had lain so long in abeyance would have been a bold measure in such a spot if it had not been preceded by the assurance that the chief meant to disturb nothing, dispute nothing of Vested interests. They were told that he i who was coining was a man weary of the world and its ways, who desired simply a spot of earth where he might live in peace, and where, dying, he might leave his bones with the Luttrells, whose graves for generations back thronged the narrow aisle of the church. These facts, and that he had a sickly wife and one child, a boy of a few years old, were all that they knew of him. If the bare idea of a superior was distasteful in a community where common misery had taught brotherhood, the notion was dispelled at sight of the sad sorrow-stricken man who landed on an evening of September, and walked from the boat through the surf beside his wife, as two sailors carried her to shore. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at. Bookseller Inventory # LIE9781331425960

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Lever, Charles [Harry Lorrequer], Illustrated by Browne, H. K.

Published by New York: Pollard & Moss, Publishers 1882 (1882)

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Item Description: New York: Pollard & Moss, Publishers 1882, 1882. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Thick quarto, terracotta colored cloth covered boards with elaborate gilt decorative titles and spine titles. All edges stained brick red. 542pp. Illustrated with 16 full page chromo-lithographs by from drawings by H. K. Browne (Phiz)(specially engraved for this edition). A very tight, sound, square and fresh volume with gilt only slightly dulled at spine but very clear. A nice olid even edge stain. Faint discreet prior owner signature at ffep and one stain on tissue guard of frontispiece which has very faintly offset to the frontispiece. All other plates very fresh and fine. A near fine volume and scarce in this edition in such excellent condition. Bookseller Inventory # 05048

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Lever, Charles

Published by NY: P F Collier & Son (1900)

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Item Description: NY: P F Collier & Son, 1900. Pictorial Cover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. Pictorial Cover. Good/No Jacket. 6 Vol's -no dates but Circa late 1800's or early 1900's - tall set -- Titles: Harry Lorrequer, Tom Burke of Ours, The Knight of Gwynne, Davenpoet Dunn, Charles O'Malley, Jack Hinton, The Dodd Family Abroad, The Confessions of Con Cregan, Luttrell of Arron, Bramleigh of Bishops Polly, The Daltons, A Day's Ride -- Has illustrations -(dc). Bookseller Inventory # FG 909-1

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Item Description: Chapman & Hall / Routledge 1872-1873, London, England, 1872. Decorative Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. Early Printing (s). 16 individual vols. (all titles complete in one volume). A great reading set that still looks quite handsom on the shelf. Octavo, 8 3/4" tall, frontispiece + illustrated title page + plates, approx. 300 to 500 pages per volume; gilt titles and decorations on green cloth; a very good, clean, neat and bright hard cover set over all, mostly unread (most signatures uncut) BUT some volumes are frayed at top or bottom edge of spine cloth, some volumes rubbed through at fore-corner tips; hinges and bindings of all still solid, paper lightly to moderately yellowed. Set does not include several other Lever titles. Bookseller Inventory # 29553

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Lever, Charles

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Item Description: Ward Lock & Co., London. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. New Edition. No date [1890?]. 25 novels in 13 volumes. Half red morocco over marbled boards, gilt titles on spines, marbled edges. Two titles per volume except for 'The Dodd Family Abroad'. All volumes in very nice condition, top edges a little darkened but an attractive set. Charles Lever (1806-1872), an Irish physician and prolific writer, rivalled Charles Dickens in popularity, and his readers relished the wealth of incident and the inexhaustible fund of stories in his books. Bookseller Inventory # 6898

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Charles Lever

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Item Description: Ward Lock and Co., London, 1111. Leather. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. New Edition. 27 volumes of Lever's works, bound in red leather, darkened to spines, minor rubbing to extremities and corners. Marbled endpapers and edges, owner's attractive bookplate Size: 12mo. Bookseller Inventory # 63339

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