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Item Description: . London, John Williams Junior, 1673, ., 1673. small folio [32 x 19 cm]; [iv 240 pp, extra engraved title page as frontis, double-page map of eastern Mediterranean to Caspian Sea, Arabia, Black Sea, foldout panorama of part of Constantinople, total of 50 engravings including costumes, plans, views. contemporary full calf, worn, gilt title lettering on red leather spine label, spine ends chipped, joints cracked but holding, front fixed endpaper chipped, interior is crisp, clean & near fine, only slight foxing in some outer margins, in good cover. Cox I, 206. Blackmer Cat 297: 'Sandys travelled to the Levant in 1610, spending a year in Turkey, Palestine and Egypt. His observations first appeared in 1615 and his text was soon regarded as a special authority on the Levant. Sandys was also interested in colonial promotion and was one of the undertakers of the third charter of the Virginia company in 1611'. Wing S680. Also described in the text are Cyprus, Crete, Malta, Sicily, the Aeolian Islands, Rome, Venice, Naples, Syracuse, Massena. There is good description of the Jews in the Holy Land, the peoples of Egypt, Turkey, their customs, religion, ceremonies, etc. New S. T. C. 21726: These celebrated travels were 'written in a pleasant style, are distinguished by erudition, sagacity and a love of truth'. A picture of this book is available on request. Bookseller Inventory # A13233

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GROTE, George

Published by John Murray, London (1872)

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Item Description: John Murray, London, 1872. Ten volumes, octavo, folding maps and illustrations; a fine set in contemporary polished half calf, marbled sides and edges, spines decorated in gilt in compartments. A very handsome set of this classic history of Greece, widely read in the nineteenth century: this is the fourth of several editions. Bookseller Inventory # 3511201

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WORDSWORTH, Christopher.

Published by William Orr, London (1853)

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Item Description: William Orr, London, 1853. hardcover. Book Condition: near fine. This is a handsome and picturesque plate book with views of Greek landscapes and ruins, described by the eminent English scholar, Christopher Wordsworth, nephew of the famous Romantic poet, William Wordsworth. Handsomely bound copy of one of the finest Victorian accounts. Originally published in 1839, this edition is revised, with added engravings. With 26 hand-colored steel engraved plates, hundreds of woodcuts; engraved title, colored map. 458 pages, short thick 4to, full contemporary brown morocco; ornately gilt spine and covers, a.e.g. London: William Orr, 1853. New Edition, revised. Near Fine. Bookseller Inventory # 237942

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WYSE, Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas; Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn

Published by Hurst and Blackett, London (1871)

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Item Description: Hurst and Blackett, London, 1871. Decorative Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. First edition. Introduction dated February, 1871. Brown cloth binding with dark brown blindstamped decoration. Yellow sticker from "Mudie's Select Library" to front board. Gold titles, decoration to spine. Black endpapers. Attractive antique library bookplate, hand-numbered and hand-dated, from one of the USA's oldest institutions. 42 pp. introduction by Miss Wyse, followed by 274 pp., 16 pp. Letters to Friends at Home by Stanley, 16 pp. advertising. Light edgewear and scuffing, minimal library markings, very good condition. Scarce. Antique ex-library. Bookseller Inventory # 005020

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Item Description: London, Geo. B. Whittaker, 1825. Contemp. hcalf. Spine gilt and with gilt lettering. A few scratches to leather at hinge. Engraved frontispiece (View of Athens). XV,IV,167,175 pp. and 1 folded facsimile-letter. The half-title a bit browned, otherwise clean and fine. The scarce first edition. Bookseller Inventory # 45289

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Item Description: Henry Teesdale & Co., London, 1835. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 15 x 11 Inches. 380 x 270mm. Original green half-leather, boards detached, spine lacking three centimetres of leather, all rather scratched, bumped and stained (see pictures). Titlepage and text block and all maps are Very Good. The forty-six engraved maps are beautifully hand-coloured, and the map of India is a bigger fold-out sheet; an excellent copy, let down only by its binding. Bookseller Inventory # 004061

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Item Description: T. Cadell, London, 1829. 8 volumes, 8vo, contemporary polished brown calf, double gilt borders on covers enclosing a blindstamped roll and within triple blindstamped rules, spines stamped in gilt and blind, and with maroon morocco labels; light wear, else generally fine throughout. A handsome set. Undertaken at Gibbon's urging, "Mitford's history for many years remained popular, and had the merit of supplying a laborious English work on a comparatively neglected subject. It was superior at most points to the Greek history by John Gillies published in 1786 É It may be added that Mitford never visited Greece, never travelling beyond Naples" (DNB). Lowndes, p. 1580. Bookseller Inventory # 23996

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Item Description: Oxford; Printed at the Clarendon Press 1776. In-4 en reliure postérieure XIXème, demi chagrin chocolat, dos à nerfs très orné à motifs dorés. Titre doré .2 feuillets blancs, titre, XIV + 1 feuillet d'errata, 304 pages. Bien complet des 7 planches dépliantes. Exemplaire très propre et bien relié. Peu courant. Bookseller Inventory # 113871

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Parry, William

Published by Published by Knight and Lacey; and Wesley and Tyrrell , London and Dublin (1825)

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Item Description: Published by Knight and Lacey; and Wesley and Tyrrell , London and Dublin, 1825. , xxiii, 360 pages including appendix and illustrative letters at rear, illustrated with frontispiece and 3 colour plates First Edition , covers and spine rubbed in places, small dark patches at head and tail of spine, previous owner's name label to fornt pastedown, some light offsetting of print from plates to text but otherwise internally clean, a tight copy, in good condition , half brown calf with marbled paper, gilt titles on black leather spine label, red speckled edges Octavo Hardback. Bookseller Inventory # 39184

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Item Description: London, Printed for Tho. Passinger, at the Three Bibles on London-Bridge., , 1683. Quarto, 171x122mm. In 19th century full, mid-tan russia, elaborately decorated in the 17th century style with a gilt panel surrounded by a broad gilt roll incorporating leaves and flowers; decorative gilt roll on edge of boards and inner gilt rolls. Binding slightly rubbed at extremities, with very small hole in calf in centre of front board. Sometime rebacked, relaying the original spine; four raised bands, with gilt decoration on the bands, ornate gilt decoration in the compartments and title gilt. All edges gilt. Type-written catalogue entry for this book (before it was rebacked) tipped in at head of front paste-down, beneath which there is the armorial book-plate of Henry Francis Lyte 'Laetitia et Spe Immortalitatis'. [The Reverend Henry Francis Lyte, M.A., 1793-1847, was born in Ednam, Roxburghshire, Scotland, and educated at Portora Royal School, Eniskillen, Ireland. He entered Trinity College Dublin in 1811 and was admitted ad eundem at Oxford in June 1834. Henry was curate at Marazion in Cornwall when he married Anne Maxwell in January 1818; they had five children. Henry moved to Brixham in April 1824 where he established the first Sunday school in the Torbay area, with over 700 pupils and a staff of 80. In 1826 Henry was instituted as the first incumbent of All Saints Church in Lower Brixham, a post he held until his death. Henry supplemented his income by educating 'the wayward sons of nobility' together with his own children. One of the wayward sons became Lord Salisbury, three times Prime Minister during the reign of Queen Victoria. Henry wrote poetry as well as the hymns 'Abide With Me', traditionally sung at Wembley before the FA Cup final, initially at the suggestion of King George V, and 'Praise my soul the King of Heaven'. In 1947 a memorial tablet to Henry Frances Lyte was placed in Westminster Abbey. Henry collected antiquarian religious books and his library of 4,500 books, amassed with the help of his son, took 16 days to auction in London after his death; the sale catalogue, marked with the sale price realised for each item, may still be seen in the National Library.] Small cream roundel with brown border centred on front free end-paper with illustration and 'Still am I busy, bookes assembling, | For to have plentie is a pleasaunt thing. | Shyp of Folys | Pynson 1509, fol.'. [4], 124, 123-242 [i.e. 244]; [4], 167, [1] pages; signatures A-Z4, 2A-2H4; A2, B-Y4 (gathering 2C1-4 mis-folded by the original binder and runs 2C1, 2C4, 2C3, 2C2). Small ownership stamp: ‘Alexander Gardyne [1801-1885], 1883’, on verso of second blank. The tipped-in catalogue description for this book states: ‘ sadly the enthusiastic binder has cropped the margins with some loss of last lines and catchwords (particularly to the prelims of the first part, the second and third being reasonably unscathed).’ Printed in black letter and roman type. Titles within ornamental woodcut border. Some pen and sepia ink decoration in margin of page 191. Early paper repair at foot of page 227 affecting last line of text. [Second part]: 'The Honour of Chivalry: The Second and Third Part: Being a Continuation Of the First Part of the History Of the Renowned Prince Don Bellianis of Greece' has a separate dated title-page, separate pagination and register, with decorated capitals and wood-cut head- and tail-pieces throughout; paper fault at foot of pages 45 and 47, just touching last line of text. Some occasional minor browning. Crisp, clean and tight. An attractive book. ESTC R24084. (Photographs available on request.). Bookseller Inventory # 14209

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GROTE, GEORGE

Published by London. John Murray (1869)

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Item Description: London. John Murray, 1869. 12 volumes octavo 7x5 inches, A VERY HANDSOME SET - 12 VOLUMES IN HALF PERIOD LIGHT CALF GILT with marbled boards, foredges and endpapers. Ilustrated with a portrait, maps and plans. A pretty set for a library. Bookseller Inventory # 4422

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Item Description: Renshaw, 1873, 2nd rewritten & enlarged edition, 18 x 12 cm., xii + 180 pages + advertisements, frontispiece, original cloth, SIGNATURE OF JAMES DRUITT in pencil on the fly-leaf, SIGNATURE OF KATHERINE FITZROY DRUITT in ink at the top of the title-page, slight tear at the inner edge of the fly-leaf, foxing of the frontispiece & title-page & a few leaves following, small very slight scuff on the rear cover otherwise covers very bright & internally very clean & sound. NOTE: In his preface, Dr. Druitt notes that in this rewritten and enlarged second edition "not much of the original work remains.". Bookseller Inventory # 2018

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WILLIAMS, Hugh William.

Published by London Longman (1829)

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Item Description: London Longman, 1829. First edition. 2 volumes, royal 8vo., 64 engraved plates after Williams, each with leaf of descriptive letterpress, contemporary crimson half morocco gilt, all edges gilt, an excellent copy. Williams, a Scottish landscape painter, returned from an extended tour in Greece and Italy in 1818. The work contains a fine series of engravings of the main historical sites and beautiful landscapes of Greece. Atabey 1337; Blackmer 1811. Bookseller Inventory # 88448

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PAUSANIAS.

Published by London Macmillan (1913)

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Item Description: London Macmillan, 1913. Second edition, 6 volumes, 8vo., original green cloth gilt, a fine set. The standard modern edition. Bookseller Inventory # 89375

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Item Description: hardcover. Very scarce, beautiful volumes. 2 volumes. Illustrated with 121 superb steel engravings. Thick folio, 1/2 red morocco over pebbled cloth, raised bands with gilt devices. London: London Printing and Publishing Co., no date, ca. 1860. Bookseller Inventory # 141129

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Paul Halstead (Editor)

Published by T&T Clark

ISBN 10: 1850758247 ISBN 13: 9781850758242

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Item Description: T&T Clark. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1850758247

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Item Description: 1730. Contemp. vellum backed boards. Book Condition: Very Good. Folio. .commentarii in Homeri.Iliadem. Alexander Politus Florentinus de CL. Reg. Scholarum Piarum nunc primum latine vertit, recensuit, notis perpetuis illustravit. Accedunt notae Antonii M. Salvini V. CL. Vol 1-2 (complete in 3) 1730-32. vol 1: (2), (10), LXXII, 520 pp.; vol2: (2), (14), XXIV, 521-952, 161, (1), (2) pp. Title page in red and black with printed vignette. Text in Latin and Greek. Completely uncut. Eustathius of Thessalonica From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Eustathius of Thessalonica (1110c. - 1198) was a native of Constantinople who became archbishop of Thessalonica. After being a monk in the monastery of St. Florus, he was appointed to the offices of superintendent of petitions, professor of rhetoric, and deacon of the church of Constantinople. After being appointed to the bishopric of Myra he was raised to the archbishopric of Thessalonica, where he remained until his death in 1198. Euthymius and Michael Choniates delivered funeral orations on him, of which manuscripts survive in the Bodleian Library at Oxford. Nicetas Choniates (viii.238, x.334) bestowed praise on him as the most learned man of his age, a judgement which is difficult to dispute. He wrote commentaries on ancient Greek poets, theological treatises, homilies, epistles, and an important account of the sack of Thessalonica by William II of Sicily in 1185. Of his works, his commentaries on Homer are the most widely referred to: they display an extensive knowledge of Greek literature from the earliest to the latest times; other works exhibit an impressive character, and a great oratorical power which earned him the esteem of the imperial family of the Comneni. His most important works are the following: * The Sack of Thessalonica, an eye-witness account of the siege in 1185 and the subsequent sufferings of the people of Thessalonica. In the early sections of this compelling memoir Eustathius describes political events at Constantinople from the death of Manuel I Comnenus through the short reign of Alexius II Comnenus to the usurpation of Andronicus I Comnenus, with sharp comments on the activities of nobles and courtiers. The Greek text was edited most recently by Kyriakidis; there is an English translation by Melville-Jones and a German translation by Herbert Hunger. * Commentaries on the Iliad and Odyssey . These are not original commentaries but collections of extracts from earlier commentators of those two poems; there are many correspondences with the Homeric scholia. This vast compilation was made with great diligence and perseverance from the numerous and extensive works of the Alexandrian grammarians and critics, as well as from later commentators, and constitute the most important contribution to Homeric scholarship in the Middle Ages, not least because all the works from which Eustathius made his extracts are lost. He quotes from a prodigious number of authors; but though it is certain that he had not read all of them, and that he quoted some at second-hand, it is entirely likely that he was personally acquainted with the works of the greatest ancient critics, namely Aristarchus of Samothrace, Zenodotus, Aristophanes of Byzantium, and others, which were probably still accessible in the libraries of Constantinople. He was also an avid reader of the Deipnosophistae of Athenaeus. As commentaries per se these works are less impressive: his remarks are very diffuse, frequently interrupted by all kinds of digressions and filled with etymological and grammatical errors inherited from his Alexandrian predecessors. The commentary contains very little original material, but covers grammar, mythology, history, and geography. The first edition, by Majoranus, was published in Rome in 1542-1550 (4 volumes, fol.), an inaccurate reprint being later published in Basel in 1559-1560. A. Potitus' edition (Florence, 1730, 3 volumes, folio), contains only the commentary on the first five books of the Iliad with a Latin translation. A tolerably correct reprint of. Bookseller Inventory # 001599

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WORDSWORTH, Christopher [1807-1885].

Published by London: William S.Orr And Co., 1853. (1853)

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Item Description: London: William S.Orr And Co., 1853., 1853. Hardcover. large 8vo. pp. xxiv, 458. 27 steel-engraved plates (incl. frontis., additional title & 1 map) & c350 wood-engraved text illus. (15 full-page), by R.Brandard, E.Radclyffe, E.G.Scharf, Meissonier, Sargent, Daubigny, & others. A handsome copy in full morocco by J.White, the sides with gilt ornamental border, gilt-tooled spine, inside dentelles, all edges gilt (the only imperfections are a little rubbing of the corners & a small chip at the head of the spine). A new carefully revised edition, with an index, an added 'History of the Characteristics of Greek Art' by George Scharf, tinted wood-engravings, and one map of Greece replacing the two separate ones of the north and south. Wordsworth, nephew of the poet and his literary executor, was headmaster of Harrow and later Bishop of Lincoln. In 1832-33 he travelled in Greece, and discovered the site of the oracle of Zeus at Dodona. The numerous plates and text illustrations depict scenery, architecture, and costume. cfBlackmer 1840-41. Bookseller Inventory # TRDeeWOR20

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LIEUTENANT HALSTEAD

Published by GREECE SALONIKA THESSALONIKI (1918)

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Item Description: GREECE SALONIKA THESSALONIKI, 1918. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. On offer is a modest archive of original handwritten letters from what is known as the "Forgotten Front" of World War I being Salonica. There are five letters here from Lieut. Halstead, Royal Army Medical Corps, written from Greece/Salonica to his wife during the great Doiran campaign of autumn 1918. Letters are: Sept. 19, 1918 (3 pages), Oct. 1, 1918 (4 pages), Oct. 4, 1918 (3 pages), Oct. 18, 1918 (4 pages) and Oct. 29, 1918 (2 pages). They detail a range of era related history and conditions of this RAMC officer: lack of leave and post on this front, the September offensive and the pursuit into Bulgaria, Bulgarian artillery bombardments and aerial activity, frenzy of casualties at the casualty clearing station, the Spanish influenza pandemic of which there are several references etc. Super content. Overall VG. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 0001093

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Item Description: Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Republic of the original 16 hardcover. Greece Spring and Autumn Park Wang Tong Guangxu 32 years editionFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # RQ065844

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Published by Green & White Pub

ISBN 10: 1860991629 ISBN 13: 9781860991622

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Item Description: Green & White Pub. Book Condition: Good. Ex-library, so some stamps and wear, but in good overall condition. Bookseller Inventory # Z1-F-001-00619

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Item Description: London, Henry Colburn and Co., 1820. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Second edition in English. 4to, pp. xii, 482, with frontispiece, 1 folding map (tear with amateur repair), 6 plates; modern half-calf with original wrappers bound in, light browning and spotting, including some plates, partly unopened. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-13693611160

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Item Description: Book Condition: Like_New. The Visual Poetics of Power: Warriors, Youths, and Tripods in Early Greece (Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches). Bookseller Inventory # Amz4357363

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Leake, William Martin.

Published by John Booth (1814)

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Item Description: John Booth, 1814. 1st Ed. 4to. xix + 472pp. + [iv] publishers adverts. 1 engraved plate (autograph facsimile of Suliote song, lightly offset). Some light sporadic foxing, ex.-Worcester lib. with a bookplate, contemporary boards, minor wear and marking with sl. loss to corners, rebacked in modern calf with gilt lettering to spine. Blackmer 970. ‘Leake’s first published work, part I only, all published, of his Researches, deals with the development of the Modern Greek language, grammar, syntax and pronunciation. It includes a catalogue of Modern Greek authors and texts, with places of publication. There are also passages on Wallachian, Bulgarian and Albanian.’ Additional postage may be necessary US$1744. Bookseller Inventory # 210884

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Grote, George

Published by LondonLondon: , 1849 (1849)

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Item Description: LondonLondon: , 1849, 1849. Near Fine. Mixed Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. This famous history of Greece is beautifully bound in 1/2 navy morocco over navy boards with five spine compartments and 4 gilt raised bands. There is some very scattered, minor underscoring under less than a dozen lines of text in the first 3 volumes. Otherwise this is a clean and beautiful set. Bookseller Inventory # 882073

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Item Description: London, G. and W. B. Whittaker, 1821, 29,5 x 23 cm., cartoné con lomo en tela, XI + 317 págs. + 3 h. + 4 láminas coloreadas a mano y una lámina facsimil. (Portada restaurada por el margen interno blanco. 1ª edición. El autor, erudito francés profesor en Oxford, partió de Venecia en 1818 viajando por Grecia y las islas Jónicas regresando a Londres a través de Italia). ["Laurent was a French classical scholar who had been engaged to teach modern languages at Oxford. Starting from Venice in July 1818 he visited Greece and the Ionian Islands, returning to London through Italy" (Blackmer). He based his work on "extracts from my journal, relating more particularly to Turkey and Greece"]. GRECIA TURQUÍA. Bookseller Inventory # 14T1C8

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Item Description: J. F. Diffenbacher, Publisher and Proprietor,, Pittsburgh, PA:, 1873. Book Condition: A VG+ copy. Adverts throughout, some illustrated with cuts. A useful primary source for information about individuals, companies & towns found in this Pennsylvania rare during this time, with a few listed towns apparently no longer extant. Wiggins & Co. known compilers of Pennsylvania & Ohio City & County Directories for this period, though we do not find this specific title recorded in the NUC, nor on OCLC. Neither ABPC nor AmEx show any copies being offered at any time. Rare. Modern dark tan quarter leather binding, with original board adverts laid-down. Original advert eps. 8vo. 8-1/4" x 5-1/4". 1st, and apparently only, edition. 2 - 320, [2 (advert leaf)], 321 - 399 [= 401] pp. Endpapers included in pagination scheme. Index of Advertisers begins text, followed by an 18 pp history of Butler. Bookseller Inventory # 34717

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Ray, Fred Eugene

Published by McFarland

ISBN 10: 0786435348 ISBN 13: 9780786435340

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Item Description: McFarland. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 0786435348 USED BOOK in good condition| No supplements| Normal wear to cover, edges, spine, corners, and pages | Writing / highlighting | Inventory stickers | Satisfaction guaranteed!. Bookseller Inventory # 0786435348

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Item Description: 1934. showing the couple standing together in their wedding clothes, she has her veil arranged around her feet and is carrying a bouquet of lilies, he is in full dress uniform with his hand on his sword, 8" x 6", no place, 29th November On 29 November 1934 the couple married at Westminster Abbey. The wedding was followed by a Greek ceremony in the private chapel at Buckingham Palace. Bookseller Inventory # 36761

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Watkins Thomas

Published by J. Owen, London (1794)

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Item Description: J. Owen, London, 1794. Full-Leather. Book Condition: Good Light Wear. No Edition Indicated. 24mo - over 5" - 5¾" tall. " In a series of letters to Pennoyre watkins from Thomas atkins in the years 1787, 1788 , 1789."In two volumes , 839 pp., combined , light foxing . Edge wear is light , bindings are tight , volume 2 bottom outside corner has been chewed a bit .Please e-mail for more details . Bookseller Inventory # 28570

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