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Item Description: London. Magazine. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Very good in wrappers. This is the original issue and it is complete in illustrated wrappers. It shows mild wear with small tears to edges of bottom cover and fading. Bookseller Inventory # 017224

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Littell's Living Age No. 1409 June 3,: Eliakim Littell

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Item Description: Littell & Gay, Boston, MA, 1871. periodical. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Pages 578-640. Contents include: Sir Thomas Browne from Cornhil Magazine; Seed Time and Harvest translated from the french from Platt Deutsch; Memoirs of Madame Plessis - Mornay fromthe Edinburgh Revie, Wilfed Cumbermede Part VI by George MacDonald from Saint Paul's; Darwinism and Religion, Philosophy and Mr. Darwin, life in Mars, and others. including poetry, miscellany and advertising. Illustrated advertising for Chickering and Sns on rear cover. Edge wear, creasing and tears to edges of covers. Periodical is lightly soiled along the bottom edge all pages. ref24. Bookseller Inventory # 90619

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Littell's Living Age No. 1417 July 29,: Eliakim Littell

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Item Description: Littell & Gay, Boston, MA, 1871. periodical. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. Contents include: The early Life of Henry Broughman Temple Bar; Patty Part II Macmillan's Magazine; Charles Young and his Times, Wilfrid Cumbermede and much more. 258-320 pp. Illustrated advertising for Thea Nectar, Domestic Seewing Machne Co. Pratt's Astral Oil, Chickering and Sons. Edge wear, creasing, small edge tears ref 24. Bookseller Inventory # 90620

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Littell's Living Age No. 1389 January 14,: Littell & Gay

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Item Description: Littell & Gay, Boston, MA, 1871. singleissuemagazine. Book Condition: Good. first thus. Littell's Living Age No. 1389 January 14, 1871. Published by Littell and Gay, Boston, MA. Contents include The Future of France, Seed Time and Harvest, Browning's Poems, Louis XIV, Madame Beauharnais de Miramion, Rev. Albert Barnes, and much, much more. Advertising for watches, books, cure-alls, pianos, and many others.Condition: Wear, soiling, chipping to covers, offset to covers. Slight toning to pages.lr 6 3/4See photos. Bookseller Inventory # 90120

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Littell's Living Age No. 1429 October 28,: Littell & Gay

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Item Description: Littell & Gay, Boston, MA, 1871. singleissuemagazine. Book Condition: Good. first thus. Littell's Living Age No. 1429 October 28, 1871. Published by Littell and Gay, Boston, MA. Contents include Early English Literature, The Maid of Sker, Oliver Van Noort, Wyatt's Poems, Scientific use of the Mont Cenis tunnel, and much, much more. Advertising for Sapolio, Opium Eaters cure, new publications, etc. Condition: Wear, soiling, chipping to covers. Slight toning to pages.lr 6 3/4See photos. Bookseller Inventory # 90122

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Littell

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Item Description: Littell and Gay, Boston, 1876. Hardcover. Book Condition: VG. First Edition. The book is three-quarter leather with dark green boards. Ex-lib reference book not allowed out of the library; identifying bookplate inside front cover. The gilt title on the spine is bright and the book is very presentable. A review of world issues. NOTE: This heavy volume may require extra postage, please contact seller for details. Bookseller Inventory # 003721

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Item Description: Littell and Co., Boston, 1881. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Appears to be a quarterly volume (summer, 1881) binding copies of the weekly magazine of the same name, without covers or advertising matter. Titles blocked in gilt to spine (where the Roman numerals are eschewed to declare "Vol 150") are considerably faded but still legible. Contains articles on Schliemann's diggings at Troy; Prime Minister Disraeli; "Lawn Tennis and its Players"; Hindu Households; The Future of Islam; The Early Life of Thomas Carlyle; A Japanese Bride; "Hector Berlioz, a Biography"; Sir Walter Scott and his Mother; The Arabs of the Desert; The Return of the Jews to Spain, etc. But the bulk of this content seems to consist of (attributed) excerpts from OTHER publications, including Quarterly Review; Blackwood's Magazine; Fraser's Magazine; Cornhill Magazine; Macmillan's Magazine, Temple Bar, the Spectator, The Saturday Review, The Pall Mall Gazette, Nature, etc. Oddest to the modern eye is the near complete absence of bylines: A few pieces carry author's name to tail, though many bear only initials or are simply signed "The Editor." The text is justified in two columns per page without illustrations, presenting a somewhat forbidding prospect, though said pages remain flexible and easily read. Bound volume magazine. 824 pp. Reduced from $29. Bookseller Inventory # 002317

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Littell

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Item Description: Littell and Gay, Boston, 1876. Hardcover. Book Condition: VG. First Edition. The book is three-quarter leather with dark green boards. Ex-lib Reference book not allowed out of the library, identifying bookplate inside front cover. The gilt title on the spine is bright and the book is very presentable. A review of world issues. Bookseller Inventory # 003722

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Littell's Living Age Magazine: Littell and Gay

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Item Description: Littell And Gay, Boston, 1871. SingleIssueMagazine. Book Condition: Good. 1st edition. Boston: Littell And Gay. Good. 1871. Single Issue magazine. Size: 6 by 9 inches Pages: 62 Condition : This Vintage magazine is in good to very good collectible condition with edge wear, dust soiling to the covers, a tear where the front cover meets the spine about 2 inches , a small sold damp staing to the margin edges of the first 6 pages and the last 8 pages, This is minor in nature but it is there. ; This vintage magazine is a original 1871 literary, history and travel magazine with some of its contents as follows Castle st. Angelo by W. W. Story , Seed-Time and harvest by Fritz Reuter, The Personal History of Imperialism in 1870 by Fraser's magazine, Earl Dene , The New Constitution of Germany. Also a section of Poetry . Littell's Living age gather together the Best articles form various magazines form around the world and reprinted them for it's American readers. This seams to have worked well as this magazine ran for many years. . Whbx 6. Bookseller Inventory # 631407

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Littell, E.

Published by E. Littell & Company, Boston, MA (1851)

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Item Description: E. Littell & Company, Boston, MA, 1851. Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Illuatrated (illustrator). 1st Edition. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 032321

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Published by Littell and Gay, Boston (1876)

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Item Description: Littell and Gay, Boston, 1876. Black Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 824 pp. Previous owner's name, Hon. H. Hamlin (Hannibal Hamlin, US Senator from Maine and Lincoln's Vice-President) on a preliminary or title page. Covers and spine are of black, pebble-textured, cloth. Spine has a somewhat worn, pasted-on, black title block with blind-stamped, bright gilt lettering and rules. Covers and spine are very slightly aged, soiled and edge-worn. Spine ends and corners are slightly bumped and rubbed. Speckled edges are slightly aged and/or soiled. Living Age was published weekly and featured brief articles on topics of interest relating to politics, government, literature, current events, history, poetry, etc. Many of these articles were reprinted from other peridocal sources such as The Edinburgh Review, Blackwood's, The Westminster Review, Gentleman's Magazine, Cornhill Magazine, Macmillan's Magazine, The British Quarterly Review, Fraser's Magazine, St. Paul's, The Contemporary Review and The Revue des Deux Mondes, among others. Interior is very slightly aged and, occaisonally, very slightly soiled. Some of the articles in this volume include: life at high pressure, early kings of Norway by Thomas Carlyle, the siege of Florence, German home life, the birth of a republic, the heart of Africa and the slave trade, excerpts from "The Three Feathers" by William Black, Saxon studies, "Have We Two Brains?", the new French ministry, the debt of English to Italian literature, the metaphysics of conversion, Sir Arthur Helps, an unpublished letter of Coleridge, modern astronomy, the tercentenary festival at Leyden, William Hazlitt, secret papers of the empire, the funeral of a son of heaven, Garibaldi and the Tiber, Swinburne's poem "A Vision of Spring in Winter," Milton, the cost of living, dead Dutch cities, vicissitudes of ritual, a Spanish passion-play, Arctic vegetation, the Russian Revolution of 1762, John G. Whittier's poem, "Lexington," instinct and reason, fashions and tricks of speech, the Suez Canal, dreams, literary curiosities, Livingstone's "Last Journals," the statue of Memnon, the bogeys of the day, a monastery among the Apennines, Germany and Austria, Royalists and Republicans, the mental effect of pecuniary pressure, Indian missions, Giannetto, the centenary nuisance, Mr. Smith's Assyrian discoveries, Arctic exploration, the Colorado potatoe beetle, lost knowledge, feminine snobs, the Covenanters Charles II and Argyle, Eton, Isaac Casaubon, the Dean of Chester on Fashion, Gaspard de Coligny, an Italian Spring in England, the aesthetic modifications of dissent, the success of humbugs, an unconsidered view of the future of Europe, Macready's reminiscences and the characterlessness of sermons. Cross reference: our books #005999, #006000, #006001, #006002 and #006004. Bookseller Inventory # 20027

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Published by Littell and Gay, Boston (1875)

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Item Description: Littell and Gay, Boston, 1875. Black Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 824 pp. Previous owner's name, Hon. H. Hamlin (Hannibal Hamlin, US Senator from Maine and Lincoln's Vice-President) on a preliminary or title page. Covers and spine are of black, pebble-textured, cloth. Spine has a somewhat worn, pasted-on, black title block with blind-stamped, bright gilt lettering and rules. Covers and spine are very slightly aged, soiled and edge-worn. Spine ends and corners are slightly bumped and rubbed. Speckled edges are slightly aged and/or soiled. Living Age was published weekly and featured brief articles on topics of interest relating to politics, government, literature, current events, history, poetry, etc. Many of these articles were reprinted from other peridocal sources such as The Edinburgh Review, Blackwood's, The Westminster Review, Gentleman's Magazine, Cornhill Magazine, Macmillan's Magazine, The British Quarterly Review, Fraser's Magazine, St. Paul's, The Contemporary Review and The Revue des Deux Mondes, among others. Interior is very slightly aged and, occaisonally, very slightly soiled. Some of the articles in this volume include: life at high pressure, early kings of Norway by Thomas Carlyle, the siege of Florence, German home life, the birth of a republic, the heart of Africa and the slave trade, excerpts from "The Three Feathers" by William Black, Saxon studies, "Have We Two Brains?", the new French ministry, the debt of English to Italian literature, the metaphysics of conversion, Sir Arthur Helps, an unpublished letter of Coleridge, modern astronomy, the tercentenary festival at Leyden, William Hazlitt, secret papers of the empire, the funeral of a son of heaven, Garibaldi and the Tiber, Swinburne's poem "A Vision of Spring in Winter," Milton, the cost of living, dead Dutch cities, vicissitudes of ritual, a Spanish passion-play, Arctic vegetation, the Russian Revolution of 1762, John G. Whittier's poem, "Lexington," instinct and reason, fashions and tricks of speech, the Suez Canal, dreams, literary curiosities, Livingstone's "Last Journals," the statue of Memnon, the bogeys of the day, a monastery among the Apennines, Germany and Austria, Royalists and Republicans, the mental effect of pecuniary pressure, Indian missions, Giannetto, the centenary nuisance, Mr. Smith's Assyrian discoveries, Arctic exploration, the Colorado potatoe beetle, lost knowledge, feminine snobs, the Covenanters Charles II and Argyle, Eton, Isaac Casaubon, the Dean of Chester on Fashion, Gaspard de Coligny, an Italian Spring in England, the aesthetic modifications of dissent, the success of humbugs, an unconsidered view of the future of Europe, Macready's reminiscences and the characterlessness of sermons. Cross reference: our books #005999, #006000, #006001, #006002 and #006004. Bookseller Inventory # 20026

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Published by Littell and Gay, Boston (1876)

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Item Description: Littell and Gay, Boston, 1876. Black Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 824 pp. Previous owner's name, Hon. H. Hamlin (Hannibal Hamlin, US Senator from Maine and Lincoln's Vice-President) on a preliminary or title page. Covers and spine are of black, pebble-textured, cloth. Spine has a somewhat worn, pasted-on, black title block with blind-stamped, bright gilt lettering and rules. Covers and spine are very slightly aged, soiled and edge-worn. Spine ends and corners are slightly bumped and rubbed. Speckled edges are slightly aged and/or soiled. Living Age was published weekly and featured brief articles on topics of interest relating to politics, government, literature, current events, history, poetry, etc. Many of these articles were reprinted from other peridocal sources such as The Edinburgh Review, Blackwood's, The Westminster Review, Gentleman's Magazine, Cornhill Magazine, Macmillan's Magazine, The British Quarterly Review, Fraser's Magazine, St. Paul's, The Contemporary Review and The Revue des Deux Mondes, among others. Interior is very slightly aged and, occaisonally, very slightly soiled. Some of the articles in this volume include: life at high pressure, early kings of Norway by Thomas Carlyle, the siege of Florence, German home life, the birth of a republic, the heart of Africa and the slave trade, excerpts from "The Three Feathers" by William Black, Saxon studies, "Have We Two Brains?", the new French ministry, the debt of English to Italian literature, the metaphysics of conversion, Sir Arthur Helps, an unpublished letter of Coleridge, modern astronomy, the tercentenary festival at Leyden, William Hazlitt, secret papers of the empire, the funeral of a son of heaven, Garibaldi and the Tiber, Swinburne's poem "A Vision of Spring in Winter," Milton, the cost of living, dead Dutch cities, vicissitudes of ritual, a Spanish passion-play, Arctic vegetation, the Russian Revolution of 1762, John G. Whittier's poem, "Lexington," instinct and reason, fashions and tricks of speech, the Suez Canal, dreams, literary curiosities, Livingstone's "Last Journals," the statue of Memnon, the bogeys of the day, a monastery among the Apennines, Germany and Austria, Royalists and Republicans, the mental effect of pecuniary pressure, Indian missions, Giannetto, the centenary nuisance, Mr. Smith's Assyrian discoveries, Arctic exploration, the Colorado potatoe beetle, lost knowledge, feminine snobs, the Covenanters Charles II and Argyle, Eton, Isaac Casaubon, the Dean of Chester on Fashion, Gaspard de Coligny, an Italian Spring in England, the aesthetic modifications of dissent, the success of humbugs, an unconsidered view of the future of Europe, Macready's reminiscences and the characterlessness of sermons. Cross reference: our books #005999, #006000, #006001, #006002 and #006004. Bookseller Inventory # 20029

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Published by Littell and Gay, Boston (1875)

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Item Description: Littell and Gay, Boston, 1875. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 824 pp. Previous owner's name, Hon. H. Hamlin (Hannibal Hamlin, US Senator from Maine and Lincoln's Vice-President) on a preliminary or title page. Covers and spine are of black, pebble-textured, cloth. Spine has a somewhat worn, pasted-on, black title block with blind-stamped, bright gilt lettering and rules. Covers and spine are very slightly aged, soiled and edge-worn. Spine ends and corners are slightly bumped and rubbed. Speckled edges are slightly aged and/or soiled. Living Age was published weekly and featured brief articles on topics of interest relating to politics, government, literature, current events, history, poetry, etc. Many of these articles were reprinted from other peridocal sources such as The Edinburgh Review, Blackwood's, The Westminster Review, Gentleman's Magazine, Cornhill Magazine, Macmillan's Magazine, The British Quarterly Review, Fraser's Magazine, St. Paul's, The Contemporary Review and The Revue des Deux Mondes, among others. Interior is very slightly aged and, occaisonally, very slightly soiled. Some of the articles in this volume include: life at high pressure, early kings of Norway by Thomas Carlyle, the siege of Florence, German home life, the birth of a republic, the heart of Africa and the slave trade, excerpts from "The Three Feathers" by William Black, Saxon studies, "Have We Two Brains?", the new French ministry, the debt of English to Italian literature, the metaphysics of conversion, Sir Arthur Helps, an unpublished letter of Coleridge, modern astronomy, the tercentenary festival at Leyden, William Hazlitt, secret papers of the empire, the funeral of a son of heaven, Garibaldi and the Tiber, Swinburne's poem "A Vision of Spring in Winter," Milton, the cost of living, dead Dutch cities, vicissitudes of ritual, a Spanish passion-play, Arctic vegetation, the Russian Revolution of 1762, John G. Whittier's poem, "Lexington," instinct and reason, fashions and tricks of speech, the Suez Canal, dreams, literary curiosities, Livingstone's "Last Journals," the statue of Memnon, the bogeys of the day, a monastery among the Apennines, Germany and Austria, Royalists and Republicans, the mental effect of pecuniary pressure, Indian missions, Giannetto, the centenary nuisance, Mr. Smith's Assyrian discoveries, Arctic exploration, the Colorado potatoe beetle, lost knowledge, feminine snobs, the Covenanters Charles II and Argyle, Eton, Isaac Casaubon, the Dean of Chester on Fashion, Gaspard de Coligny, an Italian Spring in England, the aesthetic modifications of dissent, the success of humbugs, an unconsidered view of the future of Europe, Macready's reminiscences and the characterlessness of sermons. Cross reference: our books #005999, #006000, #006001, #006002 and #006004. Bookseller Inventory # 6003

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Item Description: Littell and Gay, Boston, 1872. Black Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 824 pp. Previous owner's name, Hon. H. Hamlin (Hannibal Hamlin, US Senator from Maine and Lincoln's Vice-President) on a preliminary or title page. Covers and spine are of black, pebble-textured, cloth. Spine has a somewhat worn, pasted-on, black title block with blind-stamped, bright gilt lettering and rules. Covers and spine are very slightly aged, soiled and edge-worn. Spine ends and corners are slightly bumped and rubbed. Speckled edges are slightly aged and/or soiled. Living Age was published weekly and featured brief articles on topics of interest relating to politics, government, literature, current events, history, poetry, etc. Many of these articles were reprinted from other peridocal sources such as The Edinburgh Review, Blackwood's, The Westminster Review, Gentleman's Magazine, Cornhill Magazine, Macmillan's Magazine, The British Quarterly Review, Fraser's Magazine, St. Paul's, The Contemporary Review and The Revue des Deux Mondes, among others. Interior is very slightly aged and, occaisonally, very slightly soiled. Some of the articles in this volume include: life at high pressure, early kings of Norway by Thomas Carlyle, the siege of Florence, German home life, the birth of a republic, the heart of Africa and the slave trade, excerpts from "The Three Feathers" by William Black, Saxon studies, "Have We Two Brains?", the new French ministry, the debt of English to Italian literature, the metaphysics of conversion, Sir Arthur Helps, an unpublished letter of Coleridge, modern astronomy, the tercentenary festival at Leyden, William Hazlitt, secret papers of the empire, the funeral of a son of heaven, Garibaldi and the Tiber, Swinburne's poem "A Vision of Spring in Winter," Milton, the cost of living, dead Dutch cities, vicissitudes of ritual, a Spanish passion-play, Arctic vegetation, the Russian Revolution of 1762, John G. Whittier's poem, "Lexington," instinct and reason, fashions and tricks of speech, the Suez Canal, dreams, literary curiosities, Livingstone's "Last Journals," the statue of Memnon, the bogeys of the day, a monastery among the Apennines, Germany and Austria, Royalists and Republicans, the mental effect of pecuniary pressure, Indian missions, Giannetto, the centenary nuisance, Mr. Smith's Assyrian discoveries, Arctic exploration, the Colorado potatoe beetle, lost knowledge, feminine snobs, the Covenanters Charles II and Argyle, Eton, Isaac Casaubon, the Dean of Chester on Fashion, Gaspard de Coligny, an Italian Spring in England, the aesthetic modifications of dissent, the success of humbugs, an unconsidered view of the future of Europe, Macready's reminiscences and the characterlessness of sermons. Cross reference: our books #005999, #006000, #006001, #006002 and #006004. Bookseller Inventory # 20025

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Item Description: Littell and Gay, Boston, 1876. Black Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 824 pp. Previous owner's name, Hon. H. Hamlin (Hannibal Hamlin, US Senator from Maine and Lincoln's Vice-President) on a preliminary or title page. Covers and spine are of black, pebble-textured, cloth. Spine has a somewhat worn, pasted-on, black title block with blind-stamped, bright gilt lettering and rules. Covers and spine are very slightly aged, soiled and edge-worn. Spine ends and corners are slightly bumped and rubbed. Speckled edges are slightly aged and/or soiled. Living Age was published weekly and featured brief articles on topics of interest relating to politics, government, literature, current events, history, poetry, etc. Many of these articles were reprinted from other peridocal sources such as The Edinburgh Review, Blackwood's, The Westminster Review, Gentleman's Magazine, Cornhill Magazine, Macmillan's Magazine, The British Quarterly Review, Fraser's Magazine, St. Paul's, The Contemporary Review and The Revue des Deux Mondes, among others. Interior is very slightly aged and, occaisonally, very slightly soiled. Some of the articles in this volume include: life at high pressure, early kings of Norway by Thomas Carlyle, the siege of Florence, German home life, the birth of a republic, the heart of Africa and the slave trade, excerpts from "The Three Feathers" by William Black, Saxon studies, "Have We Two Brains?", the new French ministry, the debt of English to Italian literature, the metaphysics of conversion, Sir Arthur Helps, an unpublished letter of Coleridge, modern astronomy, the tercentenary festival at Leyden, William Hazlitt, secret papers of the empire, the funeral of a son of heaven, Garibaldi and the Tiber, Swinburne's poem "A Vision of Spring in Winter," Milton, the cost of living, dead Dutch cities, vicissitudes of ritual, a Spanish passion-play, Arctic vegetation, the Russian Revolution of 1762, John G. Whittier's poem, "Lexington," instinct and reason, fashions and tricks of speech, the Suez Canal, dreams, literary curiosities, Livingstone's "Last Journals," the statue of Memnon, the bogeys of the day, a monastery among the Apennines, Germany and Austria, Royalists and Republicans, the mental effect of pecuniary pressure, Indian missions, Giannetto, the centenary nuisance, Mr. Smith's Assyrian discoveries, Arctic exploration, the Colorado potatoe beetle, lost knowledge, feminine snobs, the Covenanters Charles II and Argyle, Eton, Isaac Casaubon, the Dean of Chester on Fashion, Gaspard de Coligny, an Italian Spring in England, the aesthetic modifications of dissent, the success of humbugs, an unconsidered view of the future of Europe, Macready's reminiscences and the characterlessness of sermons. Cross reference: our books #005999, #006000, #006001, #006002 and #006004. Bookseller Inventory # 20028

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Item Description: Littell and Gay, Boston, MA, 1876. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. (full book description) Littell and Gay, Boston, MA, 1876. 1st Edition Good, Hard Cover, DJ Not Issued. Size=6.5"x9", 824pgs. Leather cracked at head of spine, leather fore-edge corners worn at tip & one is chipped, paper that covers boards is chipped along front & rear fore-edges, some foxing on endpapers, o.w. clean & tight. NO ink names, bookplates, etc. Contents bright & foxing free. 20% OFF our regular catalogue price. SELLING WORLDWIDE since 1987. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES, WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE!. Journal. Bookseller Inventory # CONROY126238I

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Rossetti, Christina

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Item Description: 1866. Soft Bound. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Very good in wrappers. Original and complete issue with Stanza 1 of "Portrait" by Rossetti on p. 360. Fading to covers, wear to edges osf covers, name of person to front in light pencil. Rare volume. Bookseller Inventory # 017268

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Published by Littell & Gay, Boston (1871)

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Item Description: Littell & Gay, Boston, 1871. Hard Cover 1/2 Leather. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st US Edition 1st Printing. bound weekly magazine fron April 8, 1871 to June 24, 1871. Bookseller Inventory # 045437

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The "Alabama"], [Alfred, Lord Tennyson], [Oliver Wendell Holmes] etc.

Published by Littell, Son & Company,, Boston, MA (1865)

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Item Description: Littell, Son & Company,, Boston, MA, 1865. wrappers, 1st printing. 8vo, pp. 291 - 335. Page edges are quite chipped (not affecting contents). Contents show old tide mark to top centre, else bright and tightly-bound. Contains part 10, an excerpt from the first appearance in print of Anthony Trollope's "The Belton Estate; J. Leicester Warren's "The Bibliography of Tennyson"; an excerpt from an article which appeared in the British political publication "The Spectator" concerning the American claims for compensation from the British for the predations of the Confederate ship "Alabama" during the Civil War; a poem entitled "A Farewell to Agassiz" by Oliver Wendell Holmes; and several other articles and poems, together with some period advertisments. A single issue of this weekly magazine, in the original covers. Bookseller Inventory # 045117

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Eliakim Littell, (E.), (editor)

Published by E. Littell & Co., Boston, Massachusetts (1848)

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Item Description: E. Littell & Co., Boston, Massachusetts, 1848. Decorative Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. First edition thus. Small quarto, 10" tall, 620 pages, full brown decorated cloth. A very good copy overall, covers shelf worn with fore-corners rubbed through to boards and fraying to the top and bottom edges of the spine cloth. Endpapers are lightly soiled and yellowed. Binding is solid and the interior is clean and paper only lightly yellowed with occassional light foxing. Contains articles on varied subjects including the massacre in Oregon, pythonic and demoniac possession, female heroism, a history of the twentieth century written in 1730, the tube bridge and much more. repriced 1-18-13. Bookseller Inventory # 7636

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Published by Littell & Gay, Boston (1873)

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Item Description: Littell & Gay, Boston, 1873. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Very good in original wrappers. Bookseller Inventory # b32024

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Littell, E.

Published by Waite, Peirce & Company, Boston (1846)

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Item Description: Waite, Peirce & Company, Boston, 1846. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. Boston: Waite, Peirce & Company, 1846. First edition, 1846. Bound volume containing three thick monthly issues of this popular nineteenth century literary magazine containing fiction, essays, poetry, reviews, current events, more. Dark brown cloth lettered in gilt and decoratively stamped in blind, 628 pages. Some chipping to the corners and spine ends, surface of front joint cracked but cover well attached, hinges good, text block sound, pages clean and free from names or other markings. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 012317

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Littell, E.

Published by Littell Son and Company (1854)

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Item Description: Littell Son and Company, 1854. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very good minus. First Edition. Very good minus with wear and minor abrasions to the boards, inscriptions on front pastedown and flyleaf, and minor dampstaining and foxing to text. Still, a decent copy of a scarce book. Bookseller Inventory # 0761

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Littell, E.

Published by E. Littell & Company, Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Paris (1846)

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Item Description: E. Littell & Company, Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Paris, 1846. Hardcover. Book Condition: 4. Dust Jacket Condition: -1. First Edition. Very Good. No Jacket 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Littell's Living Age was an interesting read, and contains many unusual articles of the period. Much like a news summary magazine, Littell appears to have gathered interesting complete articles from various publications of the day, and republished them for his readership. The present volume contains many such articles, being over 600 pages in length. Includes among other things an article on the Life of Wollaston (an English chemist and natural philosopher). the burning of water, Harvey and the circulation of the blood, as well as fiction and other material. Original cloth boards with blind stamped designs, decorated spine panel, etc. Corners bumped and worn, wear at the head and tail of the spine panel, otherwise quite nice. Book. Bookseller Inventory # JK1315989

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Littell, E.

Published by Littell, Son and Company, Boston (1860)

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Item Description: Littell, Son and Company, Boston, 1860. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. Boston: Littell, Son and Company, 1860. First edition, 1860. Civil War era bound volume containing three thick monthly issues of this popular nineteenth century literary magazine containing fiction, essays, poetry, reviews, current events, more, most reprinted from other sources. Indexed by source and content. Dark brown cloth lettered in gilt and decoratively stamped in blind, 824 pages. Some chipping to the corners and spine ends, surface of front joint cracked but cover well attached, hinges good, text block sound, pages clean and free from names or other markings. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 012318

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Item Description: Littell & Co., Boston, Massachusetts, 1890. Decorative Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. First edition thus. 2 individual vols. Small quarto, 9" tall, 1: 824 pages; 2: 824 pages; both 3/4 calf over black and white marbled boards. A very good setoverall, covers moderately shelf worn with little soiling--bright; endpapers are lightly soiled and yellowed, hinges and bindings solid and interiors clean and paper only lightly yellowed with occassional light foxing. Contains selections from other publications of the day, including: Quarterly Review, Fortnightly Review, Macmillan , Cornhill Gentleman's , Blackwoods , Longman's, Spectator, Murray's etc. Bookseller Inventory # 37769

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Littell's Living Age Volume CVI July, August,: Littell

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Published by Littell & Gay, Boston (1870)

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Item Description: Littell & Gay, Boston, 1870. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. 8 3/4" X 6 3/8" in red leather with fancy gilt decoration. This was once an uncommonly handsome volume, but time has taken its toll. Heavily rubbed and abraded along edges and spine edges. Backstrip darkened and gilding a little faded. Name and date on flyleafGOOD MINUS to GOOD condition. This is 3 months of a weekly magazine bound into one volume. It seems to have been a "cuckoo bird" kind of magazine, reprinting articles found in other periodicals: Adventures of Audubon; Obituary of Charles Dickens; Battle of Fontenaye; Danish homes / English Homes Recent solar researches; Franco-Prussian War; The Grand Lama; The United States and Cuba; AND MANY MANY OTHERS. 824pp. Bookseller Inventory # 001409

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Eliakim Littell, (E.), (editor) ; Charlotte Mary Yonge, William Lucas Collins, et al

Published by E. Littell & Co., Boston, Massachusetts (1848)

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Item Description: E. Littell & Co., Boston, Massachusetts, 1848. Decorative Cloth. Book Condition: Good +. First edition thus. An ex-library copy marking to the tile and contents pages. Octavo, 9 1/4" tall, 824 pages, full brown decorated cloth. A good plus copy overall, covers shelf worn with fore-corners rubbed through to boards and fraying to all edges of the spine cloth, hinges cracked but secure, endpapers are lightly foxed; internal binding is solid and the interior is clean and paper only lightly yellowed with occassional light foxing. Contains articles on varied subjects selected from other publications of the day, including: Quarterly Review, Fortnightly Review, Macmillan , Cornhill Gentleman's , Blackwoods , Longman's, Spectator, Murray's etc. Bookseller Inventory # 38288

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Published by Littell, Son, and Company, Boston (1863)

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Item Description: Littell, Son, and Company, Boston, 1863. Leather. Book Condition: Good+. 1st Edition. Half leather with cloth boards. 616,616 pp. 8vo. Neat compilations of articles from 1863, with topics as diverse as Gettysburg, ancient Egypt, Napoleon, hot-air ballooning and art. Rubbed leather and handling wear to the boards. Some foxing and offsetting to the prelims, with mostly splendid interiors. Bookseller Inventory # 3867

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