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Hawthorne, Nathaniel (Cody, Sherwin Biog)

Published by Sherwin Cody Pub, Rochester, NY (1907)

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About this Item: Sherwin Cody Pub, Rochester, NY, 1907. paperback. Condition: Good. Illustrated by Frontis"nutshell Lib. " Ilust (illustrator). Good Cond, clean PAPERBACK; 128pg pages; BLACK title on DECORATED (THISTLES, CLOVER) Cover art. Small book.has black spine strip.INCLUDES BIOG pages 7-25 AUTHOR. Seller Inventory # 24839

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Lincoln, Abraham (Cody, Sherwin Biog)

Published by Sherwin Cody Pub, Rochester, NY (1907)

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About this Item: Sherwin Cody Pub, Rochester, NY, 1907. paperback. Condition: Good. Illustrated by Frontis"nutshell Lib. " Ilust (illustrator). Good Cond, clean PAPERBACK; 128pg pages; BLACK title on DECORATED (THISTLES, CLOVER) Cover art. Small book.has black spine strip.INCLUDES BIOG pages 7-25 AUTHOR. Seller Inventory # 27106

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Bradley, H. Dennis:

Published by London, T. Eerner Laurie Ltd., (1925)

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About this Item: London, T. Eerner Laurie Ltd., 1925. 8°, OLn. EA, 1st. Edition,. 444 + 4 S. Verlagsanz., 5 s/w Abb. auf Tafeln, Erste Ausgabe. Inhalt u. a.: The Physikal and Elementary, How the Voices came through, Confirmation by cross Evidence, Without an Outside Medium, The Evidence of Lord Northcliffe, The Miracle of the direkt Voice, The Search for Reasons, A Voice Medium Séance, A Trance Medium, The third Experiment with Munnings. Einband leicht angeschmutzt, Schnitt u. ganz wenige Innenseiten etwas fleckig, zwei S. mit ganz wenigen leichten Farbmarkierungen, eine Seite unten mit kleinem Abriss ohne Textverlust, insgesamt für das Alter noch recht gut erhalten. Good copy. +++++ Bitte beachten: Lieferung nach Vorauszahlung. An Buchhandel, Antiquariate, Behörden, Öffentliche Bibliotheken, Universitäten, Museen liefern wir auf Wunsch mit Rechnung. +++++ Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 900. Seller Inventory # 13214

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Ben Hibbs, editor; William Chamberlain Marvin De Vries, Kingsley Tufts, Willard H. Temple, Richard Macauley et al; George Hughes cover.

Published by Curtis Publishing (1954)

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About this Item: Curtis Publishing, 1954. Pictorial Wraps. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Small folio, 13 3/4" tall, 168 pages, wire saddle stitched, illustrated wraps. A very good, clean, magazine overall with minor cover wear, cover picture (church christening) bright, with small subscriber label, BUT two areas of chipping at the fore-edge and a short edge tear; interior binding solid, paper white. This issue includes dozens of full page color ads for automobiles, home appliances and consumer products. Seller Inventory # 24663

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Albert Payson Terhune, Garrett Swift, William Wallace Cook, Edgar Franklin, Jared L. Fuller, Seward W. Hopkins, Marcus D. Richter, Bertram Lebhar et al.

Published by Frank A. Munsey Co. (1905)

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About this Item: Frank A. Munsey Co., 1905. Stiff Pictoral Wraps. Condition: Good. First Edition. Single issue, quarto, 7" x 10", 144 pages, illustrated color wraps, a slightly oversized cover over untrimmed pulp paper interior resulting in typical short edge tears. A good copy overall with moderate wear and light exterior soiling, chipping at the corners and back strip, a previous owner's name written along top margin; binding solid, paper clean, yellowed, with several short edge tears tears , BUT first and last pages dampstained at the bottom margin, not damaging text, and with previous owner's name on contents page. Seller Inventory # 43747

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About this Item: E. Joseph, London, bookseller's catalogue, Autumn 1984, 1984. Laminated illustrated wrappers, 8vo, 40 pp including numerous full-page ills. 21 items. Contents comprise: Jean de Bosschère; Brunelleschi; Edmund Dulac; John Anster Fitzgerald; Warwick Goble; Stephen Gooden; Trevor Haddon; Kay Nielsen; Arthur Rackham; W. Heath Robinson; Kit Williams. Good. Seller Inventory # ABE-35072

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Charles J. Peterson (editor); George F. Romer, K.T. Williams, Frank Lee Benedict, Fannie [F.] Hodgson [Burnett], Ella Rodman Church, Ann S. Stephens, et al

Published by Charles J. Peterson (1873)

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About this Item: Charles J. Peterson, 1873. Original Wraps. Condition: Good. First Edition. A single original issue complete with covers and ads. Octavo, 10" tall; [i] fold-out colored fashion illustration + [i] b&w steel plate engraving + [i] color fold out design + [x] b&w fashion illustration + pages 321 to 380 + [i] ads; sewn binding and original printed wraps. A good copy overall with significant exterior wear, covers tattered at all edges, back strip chipped, front cover loose; internal binding solid, paper moderately yellowed, with some minor maginal foxing, interior otherwise very good. Seller Inventory # 33423

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Social and Physical Culture: An Up-to-date Book: White, Annie Randall

About this Item: W. S. Reeve Publishing Co. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Shelf and handling wear to cover and binding, with general signs of previous use. Secure packaging for safe delivery. Seller Inventory # 1313879260

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About this Item: W. S. Reeve Publishing Co., Chicago, 1903. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Illustrated by George Speil (illustrator). Red cloth & board binding rubbed at extremities; spine ends, corners abraded; boards scuffed; hinges & a few points in textblock cracked; rear endpaper detached but present; a few leaves nicked at fore-edges; leaf edges, a few margins foxed/smudged. No dj. ; Many wonderful b&w ils., color plates by George Speil, b&w photos. ; Small 4to; 430 pages. Seller Inventory # 39627

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Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. ; Samuel Richardson (1689-1761) ; Elizabeth Carter (1717-1806) ; Catherine Talbot (1721-1770) ; Hester Mulso Chapone (1727-1801) ; [assoc: Abraham VerPlank Lansing (1790-1875); James Lowell Battle

Published by [London : Strahan and Preston, New Street Square] ; Printed for J Johnson; W Otridge & Son; F & C Rivington; R Faulder & Son; W Lowndes ; J Walker ; Cuthell & Martin; Wilkie & Robinson; B C Collins; J Nunn; Darton & Harvey; Vernor, Hood & Sharpe., 1806 (1806)

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About this Item: [London : Strahan and Preston, New Street Square] ; Printed for J Johnson; W Otridge & Son; F & C Rivington; R Faulder & Son; W Lowndes ; J Walker ; Cuthell & Martin; Wilkie & Robinson; B C Collins; J Nunn; Darton & Harvey; Vernor, Hood & Sharpe., 1806, 1806. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 3 volumes ; 446, 443, 396 pp ; full leather with gold bands and red titles ; foxed ; tear to flyleaf of volume 1 ; title page of volume 1 not present ; engraved plates as frontispieces by E. Edwards and I. Neagle published by T. Cadell, copyright Se pt. 1, 1793 present in volumes 2 and 3 ; name of Atlantan James Lowell Battle on front ep of volume 1 ; publisher colophon: Printed for J Johnson; W Otridge & Son; F & C Rivington; R Faulder & Son; W Lowndes ; J Walker ; Cuthell & Martin; Wilkie & Robinson; B C Collins; J Nunn; Darton & Harvev; Vernor, Hood & Sharpe; Longman, Hurst, Rees, & Orme; Cadell & Davies, Lackington, Allen, & Co.; B Crosby: J Carpenter; S Bagster; and J Mawman ; [London : Strahan and Preston, New Street Square], 1806. ; copy of Abraham Ver Plank Lansing (1790-1875), son of Albany planter Jan van Arnhem Lansing (1769-1863) and Ariaantje Verplanck (1768-?), removed in the early 19th century to Watervliet, New York, the site of an extensive Shaker community, the first of its kind in America ; label of the Watervliet Literary Society on front ep of volume 1 ; The Rambler was an early periodical published by Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) of English Dictionary fame, on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 1750 to 1752, i n the pattern of the earlier Spectator periodical by Richard Steele and Joseph Addison ; "The sale was very inconsiderable, and seldom exceeded five hundred; and . the only paper which had a prosperous sale, and may be said to have been popular, was one which Dr. Johnson did not write. This was No, 97, written by [Samuel] Richardson, the author of Clarissa, Pamela, and Sir Charles Grandison.The four billets in No. 10 were written by Miss Mulso [Hester Mulso Chapone (1727-1801)]. No. 30 was written by Miss Catherine Talbot (1721-1770).She possessed great natural talents, a vigorous understanding, a lively imagination and refined taste. .The only remaining contributor was Mrs. Elizabeth Carter (1717-1806), who wrote No. 44 and 10 0.'She could make a pudding as well as translate Epictetus from the Greek; and work a handkerchief as well as compose a poem.'.Of the characters described in the Rambler, some were not altogether fictitious. Prospero in No. 200, was intended for [David] Garrick (1717-1779).Mrs. Piozzi [Hester Lynch Thrale Salusbury Piozzi (1741-1841)] informs us, that by Gelidus, the philosopher, [in] No. 24, the author meant to represent Mr. Coulson [John Colson (1680-1760), Lucasian professor at Cambr idge], a mathematician, who formerly lived at Rochester. The man 'immortalized for purring like a cat,' was one [John] Busby, a proctor in the Commons. He who 'barked so ingeniously, and then called the drawer to drive away the dog', was father to D r. [Samuel] Salter (1710-1778) of the Charter-house [ie., Samuel Salter, Sr. (1680-1756), Archdeacon of Norwich, who was a member of the Rambler Club, meeting weekly at the King's Head in Ivy Lane. Dr. Johnson, Hawkins, and Hawkesworth were among th e nine members].He who 'sung a song, and by correspondent motions of his arm chalked out a giant on the wall', was one Richardson, an attorney."--from The British Essayists: The Rambler, By Alexander Chalmers; Contents : [Volume 1] 1. Difficult y of the first address. Practice of the epic poets. Convenience of periodical performances -- 2. The necessity and danger of looking into suturity -- Writers naturally sanguine. Their hopes liable to disappointment -- 3. An allegory on criticism -- 4. The modern form of romances preserable to the ancient. The necessity of characters morally good. -- 5. A meditation on the spring -- 6. Happiness not local -- 7. Retirement natural to a great mind. Its religious use -- 8. The thoughts to be brought under regulation as they respect the past, present, and Future -- 9. The fondness of every man for his posession. -- The gradual improvement of manufactures -- 10. Four billets with their answers / [Hester Mulso Chapone (1727-1801)]. Remarks on masquerades. Book. Seller Inventory # 5544

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