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Title pages present but loose, no other prelims. The textblock is cracked in many places with some loose pages and segments. A few pencil annotations within. Inner hinges to front and rear are cracked and so the boards have considerable give. An old tape repair to the front and rear.
Heavy rubbing to board edges and surface wear to front and rear. The World of Rare Books ]. Original red linen over light card wraps, title gilt to upper panel. Folding coloured plate of yacht flags. Ex-Connecticut State Library with their bookplate inside lower panel of the wraps, embossed stamp through the first few leaves, inked accession number to the upper wrap.
Uncommon, just a handful of copies of these early handbooks to the club have survived. The New York Yacht Club was founded in , probably the third such club - after the Narrangansett Boat Club and the Detroit Boat Club - founded in the United States, the earliest date for a copy of the constitution that we have been able to trace is Duncker, Alexander Friedrich Wilhelm Hrsg. Residenzen der ritterschaftlichen Grundbesitzer in der Preussischen Monarchie, Rheinland 2. Titel in Golddruck montiert sind.
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Perhaps unsurprisingly, many reviewers reviled the book upon its publication. And indeed, Little Dorrit does: Dealer description tipped in. Plates generally darkened at edges as often. An extremely good copy. Bauman Rare Books ]. Catalogue des cephalopodes fossiles des Alpes Suisses avec la description et les figures des especes remarquables: Cephalopodes Tentaculiferes Ammonitides, G. Seltene Originalausgabe, kein Reprint.
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A Tale of the Last Century. Octavo, 24 original parts in original yellow printed wrappers, uncut and occasionally unopened. Housed in custom clamshell box. First issue, with the first word on page , line 15 from the bottom in No. All ads present, including the tipped explanatory slip in part 20, regarding omitted plates; an additional advertising leaf present in No. Afterward published in book form two clothbound volumes, dated and Closed tear to first plate in No. Interiors with scattered light foxing and marginal soiling, light age-wear and soiling to wrappers; minor creasing to final few leaves of No.
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Text generally clean and fine, light rubbing to bindings. Who do you take me for? To put me in a web of lies, terrors, insults, adulteries. She loved but is separated from her husband, who was unfaithful after a month of marriage. However, her husband turns up near the end of Act III, with adoption papers for a young orphan, whom he hopes Jane will bring up with his support, and Jane is given pause. On returning home she upbraids him for following her in secret rather than declaring himself openly, and refuses to trust him. The present fragment suggests an alternative which Dumas could not use, possibly because it seemed too final at this stage of the play.
Sohn - Tonlithographie. Livingston's Discoveries in South-Central Africa, from to Reprinted by arrangement from the "British Banner" Newspaper.
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With an accurate map. The publication of this short narrative - "the first authentic narrative of the important exploration of the Rev. Livingston" Preface - preceded the appearance of Livingstone's fuller account in Missionary Travels It had previously been issued as "detached portions" in the British Banner. Despite the claim in the pamphlet's Preface that the map had been "submitted to Dr. Livingston" prior to publication, "Kalahari" has been misspelt "Lahari".
Moreover, Livingstone's name appears without the final '-e' both on the cover and throughout the text, a spelling that Livingstone himself dropped around this time. Meridian Rare Books ]. Librairie Du Cardinal ]. The first edition of the Star Spangled Banner in book form. It had been printed only as a broadside in A BAL binding B, with no sequence noted. A good plus to very good minus copy with excellent contents. Lean to spine, chipping to cloth at head and heel of spine, contemporary ownership signature to title page, light normal shelfwear. The second and third stanzas of the original song are often omitted in public ceremonies as a gesture of courtesy to the British; the words "hireling and slave" of stanza three refer to the common British practice of using mercenary soldiers.
It is interesting that the critic Charles F. Richardson, writing in American Literature, mentions the "bald, rude rhymes" in the work. He goes on to say that the song, along with "Adams and Liberty" and "Hail Columbia," is "so closely enshrined in the patriotic heart. Richardson's comments seem a just assessment of a work that had not yet become a national symbol.
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He commends the study of Arabic to Talmudists. Title and preface in French; text in Hebrew and Arabic. Zenker II, erroneously dated. Fine condition, a superb, beautiful copy. One of the classics of western exploration done under the auspices of the Congress. This publication was especially noted for the number and variety of plates of scenery, native americans, and flora and fauna as well as the fold-out maps. This volume contains plates of scenery, native americans, as well as all maps published in Vol.
Gunstock Hill Books ]. Federzeichnung in schwarzer Tusche auf Papier. Gesammelte Graphik von Dr. Quarter mid-tan leather with raised bands on spine in decorative compartments gilt, titling and numbering gilt. With steel engravings illustrating various scenes throughout. Slightly worn, rubbed and bumped; head of spine slightly chipped; some hinges split. Minor foxing and browning throughout; occasional creasing; some signatures partially detached. He provided libretti for over 30 composers, including Auber, Meyerbeer, Rossini, and Verdi.
Meyerbeer described his libretti as "tailor-made for the music, full of dramatic, emotional and also merry situations" that contained "excellent parts" for the available singers. Herbert Schneider in Grove Music Online. Complete sets are very scarce. Leather bindings were one of the three formats also bound in cloth or paper wraps in which "Uncle Tom's Cabin" was originally issued: With a small card autographed by Stowe laid in: One of the most famous Abraham Lincoln quotes is his comment to Stowe: Antic Hay Books ].
Im Januar wollte er eine Zeugenaussage gegen Alkoholschmuggler in Fort Smith zu Protokoll geben, wurde dort am Binders half caramel calf corners, back with five bands set with ornate golden dotted with golden double boxes richly embellished with decorative golden pieces of cherry morocco title and volume number of rooms morocco fir, light scratches on some caps, cap restored Volume 4 of the top, some split and restored bits, gilt frames on flat marbled paper, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, some corners bumped, gilded heads, binders of the time.
Precious autograph dedication signed by the author to Mrs. Paul Huet, wife of the famous Romantic painter and friend of Victor Hugo. Some spots, sometimes strong, affecting some slips. Leipzig, Oskar Leiner Plakat mit typographischem Text und kl. Balzac's intended collection was never finished.
In , Balzac wrote a complete catalogue of the ensemble which includes works he started or envisioned but never finished. In some cases, Balzac moved a work around between different sections as his overall plan developed; the catalogue given below represents that last version of that process.
Balzac's works were slow to be translated into English because they were perceived as unsuitable for Victorian readers. Ives and others in Philadelphia — In , Balzac wrote a preface an "Avant-propos" to the whole ensemble in which he explained his method and the collection's structure. The importance of the woman is underlined by Balzac's contention that, while a biologist may gloss over the differences between a male and female lion, "in Society the woman is not simply the female of the man".
He then describes his writer's role as a "secretary" who is transcribing society's "history"; moreover, he posits that he is interested in something that no previous historian has attempted: He also notes his desire to go behind the surface of events, to show the reasons and causes for social phenomena. Balzac's first novel Les Chouans was inspired by this vogue and tells of the rural inhabitants of Brittany during the revolution with Cooper-like descriptions of their dress and manners. Many of Balzac's shorter works have elements taken from the popular "roman noir" or gothic novel , but often the fantastic elements are used for very different purposes in Balzac's work.
His use of the magical ass' skin in La Peau de chagrin for example becomes a metaphor for diminished male potency and a key symbol of Balzac's conception of energy and will in the modern world. In a similar way, Balzac undermines the character of Melmoth the Wanderer in his "Melmoth Reconciled": Balzac takes a character from a fantastic novel by Charles Robert Maturin who has sold his soul for power and long life and has him sell his own power to another man in Paris As depicted in his works, Balzac's spiritual philosophy suggests that individuals have a limited quantity of spiritual energy and that this energy is dissipated through creative or intellectual work or through physical activity including sex , and this is made emblematic in his philosophical tale La Peau de chagrin , in which a magical wild ass's skin confers on its owner unlimited powers, but shrinks each time it is used in science.
Balzac frequently bemoans the loss of a pre-Revolutionary society of honor which has now become — especially after the fall of Charles X of France and the arrival of the July Monarchy — a society dominated by money. The other source of power is rank. People of good blood aspire to a title, while people with titles aspire to the peerage.
The opening section of The Secrets of the Princess Cadignan provides an explanation of why the title of prince is not prevalent nor coveted in France compared to contemporary Germany or Russia. The difference in outcome is partly explained by Balzac's views on heredity: This deficit is compounded by the fact that his mother had not only married a commoner far beneath her in rank, but she had also performed menial labour to support herself when her husband died. Another contrast is between Emile Blondet and Raoul Nathan.
Both are multi-talented men-of-letters. He marries Madame de Montcornet and eventually becomes a prefect. Nathan is described as half-Jewish and possessing a second-rate mind. Nathan succumbs to the flattery of unscrupulous financiers and does not see that they are prepared to bankrupt him to achieve their purposes. Blondet sees what is happening but does not enlighten Nathan.