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Liss, David

Published by Random House, New York (2000)

ISBN 10: 0375502920 ISBN 13: 9780375502927

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About this Item: Random House, New York, 2000. Condition: Fine. First Edition. Uncorrected proof in plain wrappers. Galley/Proof. Seller Inventory # 19021

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Proofs of a Conspiracy - against all: Robison, John Arthur

Robison, John Arthur

Published by Aziloth Books, UK. (2012)

ISBN 10: 190838879X ISBN 13: 9781908388797

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About this Item: Aziloth Books, UK., 2012. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. John Robinson, a distinguished Professor of philosophy at Edinburgh University, took it upon himself to discover all he could of the Illuminati's structure and schemes. His book, when first published in 1790, caused a sensation in Europe and America. It has remained one of the most important source works for the study of the most enigmatic of secret societies. PLEASE NOTE: International Economy shipping to world zones 1 and 2 is by sea and could take up to 90 days to arrive. Seller Inventory # 02748

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JON TRACE

Published by SPHERE, LONDON, UK (2010)

ISBN 10: 0751543020 ISBN 13: 9780751543025

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About this Item: SPHERE, LONDON, UK, 2010. Soft cover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. A NICE CLEAN AND TIGHT FIRST EDITION FIRST PRINT UK UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY OF THE VENICE CONSPIRACY BY JON TRACE.ALL BOOKS DESPATCHED WRAPPED IN BUBBLE WRAP AND A STRONG CARDBOARD BOX. Seller Inventory # 000769

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THE COLLOGHI CONSPIRACY ( Pristine Uncorrected Proof: Hill, Douglas

Hill, Douglas

Published by Gollancz, UK (1990)

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About this Item: Gollancz, UK, 1990. Hardcover. Condition: As New. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Douglas Arthur Hill was a Canadian science fiction author who lived in Wood Green, London. He died in 2007. after being struck by a bus at a zebra crossing. He was in his early 70s. This is an immaculate unread copy of the uncorrected proof with pristine blue wrappers, a spotless spine and white, untouched pages. AS NEW. Please note that this is an uncorrected proof and NOT a hardcover. Uncorrected Bound Proof. Seller Inventory # 5749

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THE COLLOGHI CONSPIRACY ( Pristine Uncorrected Proof: Hill, Douglas

Hill, Douglas

Published by Gollancz, UK (1990)

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About this Item: Gollancz, UK, 1990. Soft cover. Condition: As New. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Douglas Arthur Hill was a Canadian science fiction author who lived in Wood Green, London. He died in 2007. after being struck by a bus at a zebra crossing. He was in his early 70s. This is an immaculate unread copy of the uncorrected proof with pristine blue wrappers, a spotless spine and white, untouched pages. AS NEW. Please note that this is an uncorrected proof. Uncorrected Bound Proof. Seller Inventory # 5750

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A CONSPIRACY OF ALCHEMISTS: THE CHRONICLES OF: Schwarz, Liesel

Schwarz, Liesel

Published by Del Rey, UK (2013)

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About this Item: Del Rey, UK, 2013. Soft cover. Condition: As New. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Del Rey, UK. Early 2013. Volume 1 in the Chronicles of Light and Shadow series, which enriches the UK sf scene compliments of US author and UK resident Liesel Schwarz, The second volume in the series was published in August, 2013. This is a very fine copy with a spine as stiff as the manhood of a dongtastic and optimistic octogenarian boulevardier on a beano to Brighton with a song in his heart, a condom in his pocket and a bag full of viagra in his rucksack. The proof also offers superb wrappers which conform nicely to the 90 degree standard set for their corners by book-collecting aesthetes around the world, and they are as sharp as the acid dropped by the patrons of a 1960's psychedelic all-nighter at Middle Earth in Covent Garden, with Pink Floyd, The Soft Machine and The Social Deviants providing the aural stimulus, with a stoned head running the light show. The pages are spotlessly clean and a joy to behold. Liesel Schwarz is an American who lives and studies in the UK. THE PROOF IS VERY FINE AND SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 14024

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About this Item: Robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati, 1891. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. First American Edition. Green hardcover shows edgewear with corner and spine end bumping. Front endpapers have several name stamps. The 407 pages are clean, tight and unmarked but are tanned. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 20939

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THE RED WOLF CONSPIRACY; CATHRAND VOYAGE VOLUME: Redick, Robert

Redick, Robert

Published by Gollancz, UK (2008)

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About this Item: Gollancz, UK, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Gollancz, Orion. UK. 2008. Uncorrected bound proof of the first edition of the first volume in the Cathrand Voyage series. This copy has an immaculate spine, clean pages and solid, sharp wrappers which do, however, show small signs of use. Almost fine. Seller Inventory # 16082

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The Red Wolf Conspiracy : The Chathrand: Redick, Robert

About this Item: London,United Kingdom:Gollancz, 2008. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. A superb and beautiful UK uncorrected bound proof in softcover card wraps.The book has been signed , publication dated(1Feb 2008 )by Robert Redick who has also added the following quote from the book " Art though my bloodkin lost to storm these sundering years" all directly to the title page.The book has also been signed and dated(11/4/08)by the UK illustrator (Edward Miller)who has drawn a fabulous indian ink type sketch all to the half title page(this is a sketch not a doodle)The book is in brand new, totally unused , very fine condition.All my books are securely wrapped and boxed and are swiftly dispatched within two working days.often less*****please note, I do Not charge extra for individual books that weigh heavier than an average of 0.9 kilos gross(when boxed) and will reduce shipping costs when processing orders for books that weigh less than 0.9 kilos Gross. Books dispatched to the UK will be sent either First Class Recorded delivery or Special delivery (depending on value) and purchases outside the UK are sent by Royal Mail Airmail. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # ABE-1088365105

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MACFARLANE, Ian

Published by Book Distributors, Melbourne (1975)

ISBN 10: 0909082014 ISBN 13: 9780909082017

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About this Item: Book Distributors, Melbourne, 1975. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 160pp, b/w illustrations, bibliography, index. Stamp to title page "PRE PUBLICATION ADVANCE COPY JULY 1975 NOT FOR SALE". Wrappers a little scuffed all else VG. Seller Inventory # 000129

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About this Item: Robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati, 1891. Cloth. Condition: Good. First Edition. Front board slightly speckled, spine and rear board far less so. Internally lightly foxed and age toned. Faint tide line to extreme lower edge of last few pages. Footnotes, errata, index, appendix, 406p. An important work on early Kentucky history, when an attempt was made by certain Americans to join the area (then known as the old south-west) to the Spanish Empire. Seller Inventory # 000105

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About this Item: Robert Clarke & Co, Cincinnati, (OH), 1891. First edition. 8vo. 406, (1, errata) pp. Inscribed by the author on the front endpaper. Coleman 2746: "Valuable study of early political intrigue in Kentucky. Such prominent men as General James Wilkinson, Aaron Burr, and Harman Blennerhassett were the prime movers in the scheme to separate Kentucky from the federal Union and attach her to the Spanish government of Louisiana." Paper spine label mostly removed (no other markings), else very good. Original green cloth, gilt spine title, floral endpapers. (9247). Seller Inventory # 62503

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MacFarlane, Ian

Published by Book Distributors Melbourne 1975 (1975)

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About this Item: Book Distributors Melbourne 1975, 1975. 1st edition stiff wrappers As New 8vo. 160pp., b/w pls., text ills., bibliog., index, 'This book exposes the official lies, the deceits, the 'printing errors' and the semantics that hid the truth about the conspiracy'. Very scarce. Seller Inventory # 68005

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macfarlane,ian

Published by book distributors melbourne (1975)

ISBN 10: 0909082014 ISBN 13: 9780909082017

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About this Item: book distributors melbourne, 1975. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. soft cover in very good condition,tan spots on top page edges. Seller Inventory # 300680

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The Red Wolf Conspiracy - double-signed, lined: Robert VS Redick

Robert VS Redick

Published by Gollancz, UK (2008)

ISBN 10: 0575081767 ISBN 13: 9780575081765

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About this Item: Gollancz, UK, 2008. Soft cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: None issued. Ed Miller (illustrator). 1st Edition. Signed, lined and dated by the author. Hand-sketched with a full page detailed drawing of The Charthrand by Ed Miller. In new and unread condition. Synopsis : The Chathrand - The Great Ship, The Wind-Palace, His Supremacy's First Fancy - is the last of her kind - built 600 years ago she dwarves all the ships around her. The secrets of her construction are long lost. She was the pride of the Empire. The natural choice for the great diplomatic voyage to seal the peace with the last of the Emperor's last enemies. 700 souls boarded her. Her sadistic Captain Nilus Rose, the Emperor's Ambassador and Thasha, the daughter he plans to marry off to seal the treaty, a spy master and six assassins, one hunderd imperial marines, Pazel the tarboy gifted and cursed by his mother's spell and a small band of Ixchel. The Ixchel sneaked aboard and now hide below decks amongst the rats. Intent on their own mission. But there is treachery afoot. Behind the plans for peace lies the shadow of war and the fear that a dead king might live again. And now the Chathrand, having survived countless battles and centuries of typhoons has gone missing. This is her story. Signed by Author and Illustrat. Seller Inventory # 001228

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About this Item: Robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati, 1891. Hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition. Original green cloth, 407 pages including index, appendix and errate sheet. Mottling to covers. Front gutter cracked exposing underbinding but still firmly held. Spine darkened but title, etc. legible. The machinations of General James Wilkinson and his judicial playmates to separate the new state of Kentucky from the United States and attach it to the Spanish crown. Seller Inventory # 3107

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About this Item: 1713. 8vo., pp. xiv, 127, [1], 80; separate register to each part; title and dedication printed in red and black; slightly later panelled calf, spine gilt in compartments, upper joint cracked but very firm; armorial bookplate of Sir John Anstruther of that Ilk, Bart., to blank title verso.First edition, dedicated to Queen Anne, 'and to all the Princes who share in her royal blood'. The Vindication of Robert III was first published in 1695.An attempt to clear the King of any wrongdoing in the Gowrie Conspiracy (1600), written by the venerable Scottish politician, 'a person eminent for his learning, and for his abilities as a statesman and general' (Horace Walpole). 'I thought it my duty, to publish it now, when such as evidently appear no friends to the monarchy, do vent their spleen, either by forging or repeating what may raise contempt on the memories of the dead kings, and the justice of their parliaments' (p. x). Seller Inventory # E2300

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Green, Thomas Marshall

Published by Robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati (1891)

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About this Item: Robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati, 1891. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. The remainder of the title reads: "The early struggles of Kentucky for autonomy; the intrigues of Sebastian in 1795 - 7, and the legislative investigation of is corruption. Not an ex-library copy. No remainder marks. Most books shipped within 24 hours. All books mailed with Delivery Confirmation. Rubbed at the spine ends. Minor edge tears on the fore edges and a 1/2" tear at the left top edge of the Prefatory page. Very good condition. Coleman, Bibliography of Kentucky History 2746. Howes G-374. Not a reprint edition or Print-on-Demand. ; 8vo.; 406, (2) pages. Seller Inventory # 37161

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An Historical Account of the Conspiracies by: CROMERTY, George, Earl

About this Item: Edinburgh: James Watson 1713, 1713. Original leather binding. Raised panels to spine. Small title label to the spine. Label to the inside board for "Fintry House Library" and another for J.R.P. Forrest. 2 parts, first edition, half-title, title printed in red and black, The leather boards are quite rubbed to the edges. Spine has chipping to the edges and top and bottom. Internally clean and tidy throughout. Blank front end paper is 3/4 detached (but holding just). Very slight darkening only. Overall a nice copy. The Gowrie Conspiracy refers to one of the mysteries of Scottish history. In August 1600 the King and a large retinue came to Gowrie`s home in Perth, saying that he had been invited there by the Earl`s brother, Alexander. A scuffle took place in which the two brothers were killed. Three scenarios have been put forward to explain the events: 1.that Gowrie and his brother, Alexander Ruthven, concocted a plot to murder or more probably to kidnap King James and that they lured him to Gowrie House for this purpose; 2.that James paid a surprise visit to Gowrie House with the intention, which he carried out, of killing the two Ruthvens; 3.that the tragedy was the outcome of an unpremeditated brawl following high words between the King and Gowrie, or his brother. xiv, [ii], 1-127, [i], 1-80 pp. Seller Inventory # 1605

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Joelsohn, Hermann] as Hermann Borchardt

Published by Simon & Schuster, New York (1943)

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About this Item: Simon & Schuster, New York, 1943. Soft cover. Condition: Very good plus. Mans (illustrator). 1st Edition. [656pp]: xx, 636; sewn signatures glued with card endleaves in unprinted card covers, with jacket glued to spine ($2.75 on flap); 216 x 147 x 31 mm. The German-Jewish immigrant's first book in his adopted country, first edition proper (published much later in Germany); translated from German by Barrows Mussey, with an Introduction by Franz Werfel (who first encountered the work as a play & suggested adapting it as a novel). Issued 26 July 1943 at $2.75 in cloth, making it likely that the present copy was issued for review (this format otherwise unrecorded); no notice of an advance copy is anywhere in evidence. Later copies of the book were supplied with a separate Index of Characters. The fragile jacket (though predictably dusty) exhibits remarkably little wear: a tiny split at heel of lower joint, & two closed tears at crown rear. A scarce wartime title which is highly elusive in jacket; the present paperback issue (likely an advance copy) remains obscure. Seller Inventory # 004077

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Green, Thomas Marshall

Published by Robert Clarke and Co., Cincinnati (1891)

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About this Item: Robert Clarke and Co., Cincinnati, 1891. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. First Edition. Original green cloth, 407 pages including an index, appendix and errata sheet. Slight edgewear, otherwise fine and crisp with extremely bright spine gilt. 19th Century owner's inked signature on front fly leaf. Seller Inventory # 1823

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Proofs of a conspiracy: ROBISON (John)

ROBISON (John)

Published by Edinburgh, for W. Creech, T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1797, (1797)

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About this Item: Edinburgh, for W. Creech, T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1797, 1797. Couverture rigide. Condition: Bon. Edition originale. cart. papier marbré raciné moderne. - On y joint : Postscript to the second edition of Mr. Robison's Proofs and conspiracy against all the religions and Governments of Europe. London for T. Cadell, W. Davies & W. Creech 1797, de 35pp., pl. veau glacé raciné début XXe, encadrement d'une grecque dorée sur les plats avec équerre et compas dans les angles, tache claire en marge. Bon exemplaire dans des reliures différentes mais proches. Edition originale très rare, surtout avec le supplément "Postscript" répondant à certains arguments de l'abbé Barruel et exemptant la maçonnerie anglaise de l'accusation de conspiration. Robison développe ici la thèse d'un complot maçonnique dans la révolution française en parallèle à l'action des Illuminés de Bavière. Il se base sur des renseignements fournis par l'agent secret Alexander Horn. Cette thèse recoupe celle du jésuite français A. Barruel. Dorbon n°6548 (trad. fçse) "ouvrage de la plus grande rareté." - Fesch p.1251 (trad. fçse) - Wolfstieg 3806 - Caillet n°9512 "Ouvrage rempli de faits et de documents dont Barruel a beaucoup profité pour son Histoire du Jacobinisme". in 8°, de 4ff. 496pp., Seller Inventory # 20086

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Robison, John

Published by Printed for William Creech and T Cadell, and W. Davies, Edinburgh (1797)

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About this Item: Printed for William Creech and T Cadell, and W. Davies, Edinburgh, 1797. First edition. Original gray paper covered boards, white paper spine. Excessively rare first edition of of the first and most elaborate treatise aimed at exposing the excesses and scandals of Free Masons, especially laying claim to the workings of the Illuminati, the most feared of all secret societies in the 18th Century. John Robison (1739-1805) was a noted Scottish physicist and mathematician and professor of philosophy at the University of Edinburgh who in his later years became enamored with promulgating various worldwide conspiracy theories. This work, his chief 'scholarly' output was purported to stem from valid research though chiefly from the testimonies of one man, a 'secret monk' whose name was Alexander Horn. The work was extremely popular and went through many editions including a stated Second Edition in the same year, Third and Fourth Editions in 1798, etc. It was translated into French, German and other editions appeared through 1803. Robison personally contacted Benjamin Franklin in America to challenge him with the book, and Franklin gave a lengthy written response, in short saying that while Doctrines of the Illuminati had no doubt spread in the United States, that he did not believe the Lodges of the Free Masons "in THIS country had, as Societies, endeavored to propagate the diabolical tenets of the Illuminati." 496 pages. Tope edges shaved, others uncut. All leaves including endsheets original. Includes original three preliminary pages, 1) "To the Right Honorable William Wyndham," 2) poem by Lucretius and 3) Corrections as well as introduction pp. 1-17. Printed on laid paper. A most important and exceedingly scarce survival, a completely unsophisticated copy. Spine has lost all paper, corners bumped, covers soiled; internally clean and bright. Seller Inventory # 2323

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