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Atkinson, Jeff

Published by Rosenberg Publishing, Australia (2005)

ISBN 10: 1877058300 ISBN 13: 9781877058301

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About this Item: Rosenberg Publishing, Australia, 2005. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. illustrated 211 pages. Seller Inventory # 008872

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Robert Sewell

Published by Gale, Making of Modern Law (2012)

ISBN 10: 1275755585 ISBN 13: 9781275755581

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About this Item: Gale, Making of Modern Law, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG1275755585

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About this Item: The Apple Manor Press. Brand new softcover reprint of a classic work originally published in 1959. Printed on demand by the Apple Manor Press on acid free paper. 248 total pages (includes all unnumbered pages). This title usually ships in 1-2 days. The print size for this reprint is moderate but considered acceptable to most readers in the standard print size. The print and page size may be reduced from the original. The price quoted is for the standard size. Optional large version may have print size equal to or larger than the original and is available for an extra $4.96. Seller Inventory # 100564

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Atkinson, Jeff

Published by Rosenberg, Sydney 2005 (2005)

ISBN 10: 1877058300 ISBN 13: 9781877058301

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About this Item: Rosenberg, Sydney 2005, 2005. 22.5 x 15.0cms, 210pp, b/w illusts, fine paprback & cover Atkinson uses Proctor to trace the evolution of settler society from 1820s to the 1860s: imprisonment, transportation, Van Diemen's Land, Tasmania, Melbourne (before and during the Gold Rush). Seller Inventory # 150118

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Published by Proctor Electric Company, Philadelphia (1949)

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About this Item: Proctor Electric Company, Philadelphia, 1949. Pictorial Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Blue boards, hardcover, b/w frontispiece of Mary Proctor 156 pgs index. many b/w photographs, illustrations, clean copy. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Woman's Studies. Seller Inventory # 00282190

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Atkinson, Jeff

Published by Rosenberg, Sydney (2005)

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About this Item: Rosenberg, Sydney, 2005. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. 211 pp., b/w illustrations, index. This biography is the true story of a woman who was transported to Australia as a convict in the l820s. While not a significant historical figure, she represents the thousands of people, mainly convicts and former convicts, who settled this country in the first wave of white migration. She was personally involved in two of the most important episodes in Australia's history - the convict era and the gold rushes of the nineteenth century. Seller Inventory # 6239

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Mary Proctor

Published by Frederick Warne

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About this Item: Frederick Warne. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Light foxing. No dust jacket. Pages tanned. Wear/marking to cover. Ink marks on front end papers. Faded spine. Undated. Seller Inventory # mon0001264866

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Mary Proctor

Published by Frederick Warne (1111)

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About this Item: Frederick Warne, 1111. Condition: Good. Some wear to boards with a patch of sunning to top spine end. Content has light toning. Poor DJ with some loss and tape repairs. Seller Inventory # 9999-9990036026

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Atkinson, Jeff.

Published by Rosenberg Publishing, Australia, 2005. 1st ed. (2005)

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About this Item: Rosenberg Publishing, Australia, 2005. 1st ed., 2005. Soft covers, 22.5x15cm, illustrated, index,228 pp, bumped corners, owners details on half title page. This biography is the true story of a woman who was transported to Australia as a convict in the l820s. While not a significant historical figure, she represents the thousands of people, mainly convicts and former convicts, who settled this country in the first wave of white migration.She was personally involved in two of the most important episodes in Australia's history - the convict era and the gold rushes of the nineteenth century. By tracing her life we gain a unique insight into what life was like for ordinary people in those times.Her life is the history of early Australia in microcosm. Seller Inventory # 52697

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Atkinson, Jeffrey

Published by Rosenberg Publishing (2005)

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About this Item: Rosenberg Publishing, 2005. Paperback. Condition: Good. we ship books from UK within 1 working day. Seller Inventory # mon0000508288

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anonymous

Published by Ernest Brown & Phillips Ltd The Leicester Galleries London (1936)

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About this Item: Ernest Brown & Phillips Ltd The Leicester Galleries London, 1936. 2nd edition. Softback. Large 16mo. 16pp. Publisher's light brown soft card covers, black lettering + line around edges on front. Single metal staple. Slight rust to staple, faint tiny knocks corners, faint shelf dust, faint fade around edges else very clean & tight & unfoxed. Clean tight copy. VG. Seller Inventory # 51231

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About this Item: Printed for the Bibliographical Society at the Chiswick Press, London (item 7 and 9) and the University Press, Oxford (item 8), first editions, 1900 - 1901, 1900. Half-leather, 5 raised bands, gilt lettered spine, large 4to, Item 7: xxxi, 143 , [54] pp of plates Item 8: 217 pp including 24 plates + item 9: 27 pp 3 coloured plates. Three scarce illustrated monographs published by the Bibliographical Society and bound in one volume. Macfarlane (Item 7) describes some 253 works or editions published or printed by Verard in France from 1485 t o 1512 and another 32 of doubtful connection, with 79 plates showing type styles, devices and illustrations . The plates show type styles, devices and illustrations used in the production of his books. In item 8 Proctor surveys l the early Greek press and types to about 1500 : Scholderer said of this masterly account that it was "as remarkable for its comprehensiveness as for its detail". Barwick (item 9) includes an appendix of lists of Queen Mary's books. Ex-library, binding rubbed at extremities, but very sound, contents generally very good, offsetting from the colour plates, The library marks and labels are : gilt number on spine (uniform with spine lettering); large label (overstamped 'withdrawn') on front pastedown endpaper, small circular library stamp on prelims, on each page of facsimiles, and occasional text pages. Lower and fore-edges of Verard item untrimmed and edges somewhat darkened, otherwise Good. Seller Inventory # ABE-01348

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Yerkes Observatory, Wisconsin; Mary Proctor (1862-1957), Anglo-American astronomer; Alice Hall Farnsworth (1893-1960); Otto Struve (1897-1963); Nicholas Theodore Bobrovnikoff (1896-1988)

Published by Yerkes Observatory Williams Bay Wisconsin. Dated 10 December (1925)

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About this Item: Yerkes Observatory Williams Bay Wisconsin. Dated 10 December, 1925. 6 x 8 cm black and white photograph. In fair condition, lightly faded, with crease to one corner. Proctor's caption, in pencil on the reverse, reads; 'A group at Yerkes Obsy, Dec. 10, 1925. | Left to right | Otto Struve (Dr.) | N. T. Bobrovnikoff (student) | E. Zabler (janitor) | Mis Elizabeth Struve (Computer) | Alice Farnsworth (Dr); Margrethe Jorgensen (Computer) | Mrs. Sullivan (asst. in photo. dept.) | Mrs. Lee (Office Secretary) | Lela Cable (Computer) | This photo was made on a day when Messrs. Frost, Barrett, Lee, Van Biesbroeck & Ross were all absent some of them at the faculty dinner at the Univ. of Chicago.'. Seller Inventory # 15540

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Mary Proctor (1862-1957), Anglo-American astronomer after whom a crater on the moon is named, daughter of the British astronomer Richard Anthony Proctor (1837-1888) [Alfred Fowler, astrophysicist]

Published by Several from St Joseph Missouri; others from New York Washington and London England. Between and 1931 (1889)

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About this Item: Several from St Joseph Missouri; others from New York Washington and London England. Between and 1931, 1889. 25 items. in good condition, lightly aged and worn. A small but evocative collection, ranging from a bill of sale of the family's effects in the year following the death of Mary Proctor's father in 1888, to a letter from her cousin in 1931, reprimanding her for spending too much money on unnecessary tickets. Mary Proctor was born in Dublin to British parents; the early part of her life was spent in the United States, and following the First World War she settled in England. As her entry in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography states, Mary Proctor was 'known as the children's astronomer', and 'gained lasting reputation by her books'. ONE to FOUR: Four cabinet card (16 x 10.5 cm) portraits of MP, by the photographers: Aimé Dupont of New York; J. W. Graham of St Joseph, Missouri; Rockwood of New York; of St Joseph, Missouri. The Graham photograph is particularly attractive, showing MP in fur-trimmed winter coat, gloves and hat, leaning against a carved cabinet. None of the four images is present in the National Portrait Gallery collection. FIVE: Carte-de-visite portrait by the Montreal photographer William Notman of MP's father Richard Anthony Proctor. In good condition. A copy of this image, in poorer condition, is in the National Portrait Gallery collection (NPG Ax18211). SIX and SEVEN: Two Autograph Letters Signed (both 'A. Fowler') from the astrophysicist Alfred Fowler. The first on Imperial College letterhead; the second on letterhead of 19 Rusthall Avenue, Bedford Park, London. 6 and 7 March 1931. Both 2pp., 12mo. Regarding the payment of accounts to individuals including Sir Frank Dyson. In the second letter he expresses regret that she has had 'these troubles about money matters', and the hope that 'there are better times in store for you'. EIGHT and NINE: Book contract between MP and the New York Publisher William Beverley Harison, for 'Star and Constellation Guide and Supplementary Hand Books'. Dated 10 October 1900. 3pp., foolscap 8vo. Typewritten onto printed form, with typewritten additions on slips, and signed by MP, Harison and a witness. With duplicated notice (1p., foolscap 8vo) of Harison's bankruptcy by Thomas Alexander, Clerk of the New York District Court. TEN: Transcription by MP of prose-poem titled 'Voices of the Suns | By Richard A. Proctor' (published in his 'Universe of Suns', 1884). 4pp., 12mo. Begins: 'I watched the depths of darkness infinite, bestrewn with stars, | Till dreaming I beheld, from out the mystic realms beyond my ken, | A star come forth with ever gliding rush'. With emendations, and exhibiting some variation from the printed text. ELEVEN: Autograph Letter Signed from her cousin Edward Proctor Mullins, 2 December 1930, declining to stand as guarantor for a loan: 'It has always been one of the strictest rules of the Bank of England that we are not allowed to undertake any form of guarantee [.] You must be more careful with your money & not spend it on unnecessary tickets. I cannot go on sending money'. TWELVE: Typed Letter Signed to MP from R. B. Bradford, Chief, United States Bureau of Equipment, Navy Department, 11 July 1901, regarding the 'utility for the naval service' of 'star charts of the northern and southern hemisphere'. THIRTEEN to FIFTEEN: Two Typed Letters Signed to MP from the London literary agents Christy & Moore, the first lacking the last leaf; the second signed by Leonard P. Moore. 18 September and 16 December 1931. The first letter responds positively to her proposal to write a book on 'Total Eclipses of the Sun' ('I do not regard it by any means as a "trifle that is not worth while bothering with"'), and denies the claim that 'I "ask too big a price for your manuscripts"'. The second letter relates to the possibility of a German translation of her 'Evenings with the Stars' by Curt Thesing (1879-1956): 'As Dr. Kurt Thesing points out, it would be hopeless to bring it out during the present economic crisis'. With royalty statement from Christy & Moore, regarding M. Seller Inventory # 18999

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Percival Lowell [Percival Lawrence Lowell (1855-1916), American astronomer] [Mary Proctor (1862-1957), American astronomer]

Published by 'Reprint from Popular Astronomy'. 'Lowell Observatory November' (1896)

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About this Item: 'Reprint from Popular Astronomy'. 'Lowell Observatory November', 1896. 5pp., 8vo, with five plates. Stitched. In brown printed wraps headed 'Compliments of the Author', with 'Reprint from Popular Astronomy' at foot. Heavily aged, in worn and stained wraps repaired with tape. At the head of the cover Lowell has written 'iss Mary E. Proctor'. Manuscript note in another hand (presumably Proctor's) on cover: 'Contains a note in Lowell's own handwriting on page 2'. Lowell's autograph note on p.2, with slight loss due to trimming of the edges of the pamphlet, reads: 'For further story by me see Jan. '97 pular stronomy'. There are further notes, in pencil in another hand (presumably Proctor's), in the margin of p.4. A 12mo leaf, carrying a page of ink notes of classical names in this second hand, is loosely inserted. This offprint is excessively scarce: the only copy traced on either COPAC or OCLC WorldCat at the Boston Athenaeum. Seller Inventory # 15767

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Mary Proctor (1862-1957), Anglo-American astronomer after whom a crater on the moon is named, daughter of the British astronomer Richard Anthony Proctor (1837-1888) [Alfred Fowler, astrophysicist]

Published by Several from St Joseph Missouri; others from New York Washington and London England. Between and 1931 (1889)

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About this Item: Several from St Joseph Missouri; others from New York Washington and London England. Between and 1931, 1889. 25 items. in good condition, lightly aged and worn. A small but evocative collection, ranging from a bill of sale of the family's effects in the year following the death of Mary Proctor's father in 1888, to a letter from her cousin in 1931, reprimanding her for spending too much money on unnecessary tickets. Mary Proctor was born in Dublin to British parents; the early part of her life was spent in the United States, and following the First World War she settled in England. As her entry in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography states, Mary Proctor was 'known as the children's astronomer', and 'gained lasting reputation by her books'. ONE to FOUR: Four cabinet card (16 x 10.5 cm) portraits of MP, by the photographers: Aimé Dupont of New York; J. W. Graham of St Joseph, Missouri; Rockwood of New York; of St Joseph, Missouri. The Graham photograph is particularly attractive, showing MP in fur-trimmed winter coat, gloves and hat, leaning against a carved cabinet. None of the four images is present in the National Portrait Gallery collection. FIVE: Carte-de-visite portrait by the Montreal photographer William Notman of MP's father Richard Anthony Proctor. In good condition. A copy of this image, in poorer condition, is in the National Portrait Gallery collection (NPG Ax18211). SIX and SEVEN: Two Autograph Letters Signed (both 'A. Fowler') from the astrophysicist Alfred Fowler. The first on Imperial College letterhead; the second on letterhead of 19 Rusthall Avenue, Bedford Park, London. 6 and 7 March 1931. Both 2pp., 12mo. Regarding the payment of accounts to individuals including Sir Frank Dyson. In the second letter he expresses regret that she has had 'these troubles about money matters', and the hope that 'there are better times in store for you'. EIGHT and NINE: Book contract between MP and the New York Publisher William Beverley Harison, for 'Star and Constellation Guide and Supplementary Hand Books'. Dated 10 October 1900. 3pp., foolscap 8vo. Typewritten onto printed form, with typewritten additions on slips, and signed by MP, Harison and a witness. With duplicated notice (1p., foolscap 8vo) of Harison's bankruptcy by Thomas Alexander, Clerk of the New York District Court. TEN: Transcription by MP of prose-poem titled 'Voices of the Suns | By Richard A. Proctor' (published in his 'Universe of Suns', 1884). 4pp., 12mo. Begins: 'I watched the depths of darkness infinite, bestrewn with stars, | Till dreaming I beheld, from out the mystic realms beyond my ken, | A star come forth with ever gliding rush'. With emendations, and exhibiting some variation from the printed text. ELEVEN: Autograph Letter Signed from her cousin Edward Proctor Mullins, 2 December 1930, declining to stand as guarantor for a loan: 'It has always been one of the strictest rules of the Bank of England that we are not allowed to undertake any form of guarantee [.] You must be more careful with your money & not spend it on unnecessary tickets. I cannot go on sending money'. TWELVE: Typed Letter Signed to MP from R. B. Bradford, Chief, United States Bureau of Equipment, Navy Department, 11 July 1901, regarding the 'utility for the naval service' of 'star charts of the northern and southern hemisphere'. THIRTEEN to FIFTEEN: Two Typed Letters Signed to MP from the London literary agents Christy & Moore, the first lacking the last leaf; the second signed by Leonard P. Moore. 18 September and 16 December 1931. The first letter responds positively to her proposal to write a book on 'Total Eclipses of the Sun' ('I do not regard it by any means as a "trifle that is not worth while bothering with"'), and denies the claim that 'I "ask too big a price for your manuscripts"'. The second letter relates to the possibility of a German translation of her 'Evenings with the Stars' by Curt Thesing (1879-1956): 'As Dr. Kurt Thesing points out, it would be hopeless to bring it out during the present economic crisis'. With royalty statement from Christy & Moore, regarding M. Seller Inventory # 15544

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