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 WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE [STARRING FRED TERRY, H. B. IRVING, ROBERT LORAINE, W . H. VERNON, BERTRAM WALLIS, A. HOLMES-GORE, ARTHUR ROYSTON, J. NUTCOMBE GOULD, FAY DAVIS, WINIFRED DOLAN, HILDA RIVERS IN] SOLE LESSEE AND MANAGER GEORGE ALEXANDER, Much Ado About Nothing: Souvenir Theatre Programme Performed at St. James's Theatre, King Street, St. James's, London
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE [STARRING FRED TERRY, H. B. IRVING, ROBERT LORAINE, W . H. VERNON, BERTRAM WALLIS, A. HOLMES-GORE, ARTHUR ROYSTON, J. NUTCOMBE GOULD, FAY DAVIS, WINIFRED DOLAN, HILDA RIVERS IN] SOLE LESSEE AND MANAGER GEORGE ALEXANDER
Much Ado About Nothing: Souvenir Theatre Programme Performed at St. James's Theatre, King Street, St. James's, London
Performance Programme circa 1890. 1890. Original souvenir theatre programme 10'' x 8'' with colour illustrated front cover. Contains 4 printed pages of text with some illustrated advertisements to the lower cover. In near Very Good condition with a little age soiling to the edges.
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 WESTERN STORY (JOHN H. HAMLIN; JOHN FREDERICK - AKA MAX BRAND; GEORGE OWEN BAXTER - AKA MAX BRAND; REGINALD C. BARKER; HARRY ADLER; GEORGE GILBERT; ERNEST HAYCOX; GEORGE LAW; ERLE WILSON; HELEN RIVERS; JOHN NORTH), Western Story Magazine: October, Oct. 11, 1924 ("Larramee's Ranch")
WESTERN STORY (JOHN H. HAMLIN; JOHN FREDERICK - AKA MAX BRAND; GEORGE OWEN BAXTER - AKA MAX BRAND; REGINALD C. BARKER; HARRY ADLER; GEORGE GILBERT; ERNEST HAYCOX; GEORGE LAW; ERLE WILSON; HELEN RIVERS; JOHN NORTH)
Western Story Magazine: October, Oct. 11, 1924 ("Larramee's Ranch")
NY, Street & Smith. 1924. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XLVI, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Sidney H. Riesenberg. Includes "The Talking Trail" (complete novel) by John H. Hamlin; "In the Hills of Monterey" (pt. 2 of 6) by John Frederick [Max Brand]; "Larramee's Ranch" (pt. 5 of 6) by George Owen Baxter [Max Brand]; "Bottom-side Up" by Reginald C. Barker; "Crude Stuff" by Harry Adler; "Leaded Barrels" by George Gilbert; "The Snowbird" by Ernest Haycox. Two Articles: "Death Dance" by George Law; "Men Who Made the West" by Erle Wilson. Miscellaneous: "Hunt Grizzlies in Alaska"; "A Puzzler for the Northwest Customs"; "the Foot-and-Mouth Disease"; "In the Days of Lewis and Clark"; "Reclamation Projects in Six States"; "Scenery Versus Pulp"; "Finds Fossil Whale"; "A City Camp for Ducks"; "Escalators for Salmon"; "Heralds of Spring"; "A Corner of Utah"; "Bones of Bison Found"; "Lost Lumberjacks"; "The Indian Artists of the Far Northwest"; "A Road Program for Manitoba"; "Arrow Kills Big Bear"; "Canadian Horses Recovered"; "Wild Cat Attacks Boy". Departments: "The Round-up"; "The Hollow Tree" by Louise Rice; "Where to Go and How to Get There" by John North; "Missing". Illustrations are uncredited. Upper front hinge tear glue-repaired; creasing; 1.5" losts at heel; hinge tears. Very Good.
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(DORR, THOMAS WILSON). (ANTHONY, HENRY B.; AMES, SAMUEL; RIVERS, GEORGE; JENCKES, THOMAS A.; BLODGET, WILLIAM P.)
The Dorriad, and the Great Slocum Dinner; with Introductory Remarks and Annotations
Providence, RI: Sidney S. Rider and Brother, 1870. 1870. Providence, RI: Sidney S. Rider and Brother, 1870. 1870. Fair. - Octavo. The remnants of a gilt-lettered leather spine are present, but the covers are lacking. 53 pages with engraved head- & tail-pieces. The front & rear endpapers are soiled & there is an owner's ink name on the front endpaper. There is occasional soiling to the text & the front edges of a few overlapping pages are darkened. Good reading copy.

Two nineteenth-century satiric pieces. The author of the mock-heroic "Dorriad" was anonymous. "The Great Slocum Dinner", according to the introduction, was by the authors listed above. These pieces relate to the "Dorr Rebellion", a brief armed uprising [1841-1842] in Rhode Island led by Thomas Wilson Dorr. The insurrection was precipitated by the increasing disenfranchisement of the citizens of Rhode Island, many of them recent Irish Catholic immigrants, who were unable to vote because of a requirement that voters own at least $134 of landed property. Fair .

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Catalogue: Americana
Keywords: AMERICANA; RHODE ISLAND; ELECTORAL SYSTEM; DISENFRANCISEMENT; THE DORR REBELLION; THOMAS WILSON DORR; THE DORRIAD AND THE GREAT SLOCUM DINNER; WILLIAM P. BLODGET; HENRY B. ANTHONY; SAMUEL AMES; GEORGE RIVERS; THOMAS A. JENKES; SATIRE; NINETEENTH CENTURY;

 
EVANS, ARTHUR; HOCART, A.M.; GRIFFITH, C.L.T.; HORNELL, JAMES; MOIR, J REID; FIRTH, RAYMOND; MALCOLM, L.W.G.; WILLIAMS, F.E.; PITT-RIVERS, GEORGE HENRY LANE FOX; MCCONNELL, R.E.; GATES, R.RUGGLES; SELIGMAN, C.G.;,,
Contribute to The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland Vol.LV (January-June 1925)
London, The Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1925. F First Edition. A very good copy in the original green printed wrappers, spine ends chipped, text clean and tight.
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Catalogue: ANTHROPOLOGY

 
FORLONG, JAMES GEORGE ROCHE. (1824-1904), INDIAN ARMY GENERAL. AUTHOR OF THE MAJOR WORK OF COMPARATIVE RELIGION "RIVERS OF LIFE.
Three Autograph Letters Signed by James Forlong at the Time of Publication of His Major Work "Rivers of Life".
Edinburgh, Scotland: March 4 & 6 and April 13, 1883. 1883. - Each letter is penned in black ink and fills all 4 sides of his cream letterhead, which is folded once to form 4 sides, each 7 inches high by 4-1/2 inches wide, with Forlong's Edinburgh address printed at the top of the first side. The letters are signed "J. Forlong". Folded twice for mailing. Very good.

James George Roche Forlong (1824-1904) was a Major General of the Indian Army. Trained as an engineer in Scotland and England, he joined the Indian Army in 1843 and later held posts with the government of Oudh. His exposure to Indian religions led him to explore, research and develop heterodox ideas about religious origins. His substantial work "Rivers of Life" was regarded as blasphemous by some for its sexual interpretations of religious rituals and symbolism.

These three letters, all with excellent content, are written to a Mr. Simpson, who is regarded by the editor of the Glasgow Herald James Stoddart as "one of the first living authors" on ancient religions. The letters concern the process of publishing and promoting "Rivers of Life". It was scheduled to be published that spring by Bernard Quaritch, along with its accompanying chart, which Forlong would prefer to have distributed in a case rather than rolled up. The letters are largely devoted to pressing Simpson to help publicize the book: "If you would like a good friend, testify to the usefullness of the work in any Dailies Weeklies or Magazines about the same time I shd be much obliged." One author tells Forlong "Yr immortal IX Chapter [is] one of the strongest and best pieces of ethnological & mythological writing I have ever encountered". However, Forlong seems anxious that the controversial content of his opus, which includes research on phallic religions and is frank about the sexual nature of many rites and ceremonies, will offend the reviewers. "[They] will be wrath for my treading on their most tender corns & even 'secret parts'!" On how to approach the book, Forlong urges Simpson on March 6: "I wish you would not do your thorough reading of the vols until you have dashed thro them all & especially my last chapter No. IX wch goes systematically into the philosophical questions especially from p 459 to the end." Forlong is also concerned that he will not be viewed as anti-religion or irreligious. "Necessarily my work is anti biblical not in regard to the Jewish bible only but as I say in my Preface xxxi I will mete out praise & blame to all as impartially as I can." He writes further on April 13th, "I wish you would therefore kindly send 'Notice No. II' going a little into matters & showing the spirit of the work. I would not wish the Scotch view to fancy I am not religious for this wd not only damage the book but wd not be true, I holding that I have a highly religious nature tho breaking with all the superstitions of the past.. Very good .

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Catalogue: Metaphysics
Keywords: METAPHYSICS; COMPARATIVE RELIGION; J. G. R. FURLONG; INDIAN ARMY GENERAL; AUTHOR; THREE AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED BY JAMES FORLONG AT THE TIME OF PUBLICATION OF HIS MAJOR WORK "RIVERS OF LIFE"; BERNARD QUARITCH; JAMES STODDART; RICHARD VARY CAMP

0934738920 GRACE, ARTHUR - GEORGE BURNS, GEORGE CALIN, BILLY CRYSTAL, WHOOPI GOLDBERG, BOB HOPE, ALAN KING, SAM KINISON, ROBERT KLEIN, JERRY LEWIS, RICHARD LEWIS, STEVE MARTIN, JACKIE MASON, RICHARD PRYOR, JOAN RIVERS, LILY TOMLIN, ROBIN WILLIAMS AND STEVEN WRIGHT, Comedians
GRACE, ARTHUR - GEORGE BURNS, GEORGE CALIN, BILLY CRYSTAL, WHOOPI GOLDBERG, BOB HOPE, ALAN KING, SAM KINISON, ROBERT KLEIN, JERRY LEWIS, RICHARD LEWIS, STEVE MARTIN, JACKIE MASON, RICHARD PRYOR, JOAN RIVERS, LILY TOMLIN, ROBIN WILLIAMS AND STEVEN WRIGHT
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New York: Eastman Kodak Co, 1991. 0934738920. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. ISBN: 0934738920. Very Good in wrappers. Crease to front and rear panel. ; 0.6 x 11 x 10.5 Inches; 192 pages.
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 INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF POPULATION. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. PITT-RIVERS, GEORGE HENRY LANE FOX (1890-) ED., Problems of Population Being the Report of the Proceedings of the Second General Assembly of the International Union for the Scientific Investigation of Population Problems . .. London, June 15-18, 1931
INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF POPULATION. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. PITT-RIVERS, GEORGE HENRY LANE FOX (1890-) ED.
Problems of Population Being the Report of the Proceedings of the Second General Assembly of the International Union for the Scientific Investigation of Population Problems . .. London, June 15-18, 1931
London : George Allen & Unwin Ltd. 1932. First Edition. Fine cloth copy in a near fine. very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw. now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight. bright. clean and sharp-cornered. ; 378 pages; Description: 378 p. : folding map. diagrs. ; 24 cm. Subjects: Population --Congresses.Weight in Kg appr.: 2
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PITT-RIVERS. GEORGE LANE FOX
Aua Island: Ethnographical and Sociological Features of a South Sea Pagan Society
London, Royal Anthropological Institute. 1925. 14pp. 4to. 6 plates. Rebound in card covers. Extract from Journal of The Royal Anthropological Institute. A very clean copy.
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PITT-RIVERS, GEORGE HENRY LANE-FOX
The Clash of Culture and the Contact of Races. An Anthropological and Psychological study of the Laws of Racial Adaptability, with special reference to the Depopulation of the Pacific and the Government of Subject Races.
London, George Routledge & Sons, Ltd, 1927. hardcover (blue cloth), 312 pp.. (Some foxing throughout the book).
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Book number: 3224
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PITT-RIVERS, GEORGE.
THE RIDDLE OF THE 'LABURUM' AND THE ORIGIN OF CHRISTIAN SYMBOLISM.
London: George Allen & Unwin, 1966. First Edition. FINE CLOTH VOLUME IN FINE DUST JACKET. Colored frontispiece. Beautifully illustrated and designed. Small octavo.
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Book number: 14M-13467
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PITT-RIVERS, GEORGE:
The Riddle of The 'Labarum' And The Origin of Christian Symbols.
London, George Allen & Unwin Ltd. 1966 1st edition Hardback, 8.5 x 6 inches. In blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine, in glossy illustrated dustwrapper. In very good near fine condition with very good dustwrapper. (DW some rubbing to edges and minor darkening.) Slight darkening to endpapers, else a very clean and tight copy. 92pp. 26 b&w photo illustrations, and a colour frontispiece.
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RIVERS, GEORGE R.R.
Captain Shays a Populist of 1786
Boston, Little, Brown and Company. 1897, First Edition. Hard Cover. This FIRST EDITION hard cover is in VERY GOOD CONDITION. 358pp with 4pp of publisher ads, bound in green cloth with gilt lettering & design top edges gilt and deckled page edges. Covers show edge & spine darkeing, bumped corners and owner name on ffp - dated 1897, with offsetting from pressed flower. BINDING AND HINGES STRONG AND TIGHT. Fiction story about Shay's Rebellion in Massachusetts.
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PITT-RIVERS, GEORGE HENRY LANE-FOX
The Clash of Culture and the Contact of Races: An Anthropological and Psychological study of the Laws of Racial Adaptability, with special reference to the Depopulation of the Pacific and the Government of Subject Races
London, George Routledge & Sons. 1927, First Edition. Hardcover, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Signed by Author. Includes bibliography and index. Includes signed dedication from the author to historian Antonovitch. Books signed by Pitt-Rivers are very scarce. Some minor spotting. Very Good/No Jacket. Signed by Author.
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Keywords: Folklore Anthropology Ethnology History Racism Sociology Oceania Polynesia Melanesia Depopulation Miscegenation Polygamy Psychology Maoris New Zealand Samoa Australia Signed Demography Demographics Population Colonialism George Henry Lane-Fox Pitt-Rivers

 
RIVERS, GEORGE
The Count's Snuff-Box
Boston, Little Brown & Co. 1898, First Edition. Hard Cover, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 1st edition, 8vo, 283pp, frontis + illustrations by Clyde De Land, green cloth lettered & decorated in gilt, teg, few minor ink splashes to front board, ep hinges cracked, o/w VG Copy, no DJ. Very Good/No Jacket.
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 GEORGE LANE-FOX PITT-RIVERS, Czecho-Slovakia: The Naked Truth About the World-War Plot
GEORGE LANE-FOX PITT-RIVERS
Czecho-Slovakia: The Naked Truth About the World-War Plot
USA, Sons of Liberty. 1975, Reprint. Paperback, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Originally printed in 1938. Date of this reprint unknown. Grainy reproductions of black and white illustrations. "On the Czech-Jewish struggle to force Hitler to war over the Sudetan Germans." - Singerman 0449. Yellow high-lighting to contents. Moderate wear. A sound copy. Circa 1975?. Very Good.
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 RIVERS, GEORGE R. R. (GEORGE ROBERT RUSSELL) (D. 1900.), The Governor's Garden : a Relation of Some Passages in the Life of His Excellency Thomas Hutchinson, Sometime Captain-General and Governor-In-Chief of His Majesty's Province of Massachusetts Bay
RIVERS, GEORGE R. R. (GEORGE ROBERT RUSSELL) (D. 1900.)
The Governor's Garden : a Relation of Some Passages in the Life of His Excellency Thomas Hutchinson, Sometime Captain-General and Governor-In-Chief of His Majesty's Province of Massachusetts Bay
Boston : Little. Brown and Co. 1898. 1898 Edition. Very good copy in green. title-blocked cloth. Spine cover faded. Some rubbing and edge nicks to the spine ends. Panel edges slightly dulled and rubbed. Bumped corners. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight. bright. clean and strong. ; 259 pages; 259p. illus.; 19cm. Subjects: Hutchinson. Thomas. 1711-1780 --Fiction. Massachusetts--History--Colonial period. ca. 1600-1775--Fiction. Notes: First published in 1896. by George R. R. Rivers.Weight in Kg appr.: 1
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PITT-RIVERS, GEORGE
The Riddle of the 'Labarum' and the Origin of Christian Symbols
London, George Allen & Unwin Ltd, 1966, First Edition. Hard Cover with dust jacket. Octavo, colour fronts. 92pp. mono. illustrations. Dustwrapper just a little soiled, and with a few tears and creases, minimal loss. Book very good, clean and sound. Removable clear protective wrap. /Good.
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Book number: 34455
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Keywords: Religion Religious Theology Pitt-Rivers Symbolism Legend Mythology History Archaeology

 RONALD JEANS, DONOVAN PARSONS, MAX RIVERS [STARRING GEORGE GUINNESS, WILLIAM CAVANAGH, GEORGE GOODENOUGH, ERNEST THESIGER IN:], Charles B. Cochran's Revue (1926): Souvenir Theatre Programme Performed at The Palace, Manchester
RONALD JEANS, DONOVAN PARSONS, MAX RIVERS [STARRING GEORGE GUINNESS, WILLIAM CAVANAGH, GEORGE GOODENOUGH, ERNEST THESIGER IN:]
Charles B. Cochran's Revue (1926): Souvenir Theatre Programme Performed at The Palace, Manchester
Performance Programme Dated 1926. 1926. Original stapled colour illustrated souvenir theatre programme 8½'' x 5½''. Contains 8 printed pages of text. In Very Good condition.
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Book number: 88839
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 WESTERN STORY (ARTHUR HAWTHORNE CARHART; FRANK RICHARDSON PIERCE; SETH RANGER; RAY HUMPHREYS; VON CORT; GLEN W. WICHMAN; CLIFF WATERS; E. E. WILSON; GEORGE CORY FRANKLIN; H. FREDRIC YOUNG; J. A. THOMPSON; HELEN RIVERS; JOHN NORTH; LT. CHARLES E. CHAPEL), Western Story: July 11, 1936
WESTERN STORY (ARTHUR HAWTHORNE CARHART; FRANK RICHARDSON PIERCE; SETH RANGER; RAY HUMPHREYS; VON CORT; GLEN W. WICHMAN; CLIFF WATERS; E. E. WILSON; GEORGE CORY FRANKLIN; H. FREDRIC YOUNG; J. A. THOMPSON; HELEN RIVERS; JOHN NORTH; LT. CHARLES E. CHAPEL)
Western Story: July 11, 1936
NY, Street & Smith. 1936. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. CXLIX, No.1. Pulp magazine. Cover art is uncredited for "The Circle Star" (complete novel) by Arthur Hawthorne Carhart. Includes "Square Outlaw" (pt. 1) by Frank Richardson Pierce; "CCC Blazes" (pt. 3) by Seth Ranger; "Shorty's Three Little Pigs" by Ray Humphreys; "Gun Smoke Sawbones" by Von Cort; "Fair Warning" by Glen W. Wichman; "Shifted Stakes" by Cliff Waters. Articles: "The Outdoor West To-day" (South Dakota) by E. E. Wilson; "Frontier Chuck" by George Cory Franklin. Miscellaneous: "Plenty of Room"; "Chukar Cartridges"; "More Dams"; "Land Mismanagement"; "Dust Storms"; "Early Irrigation". Departments: "Interesting and True" by H. Fredric Young; "The Round-up"; "Mines and Mining" by J. A. Thompson; "The Hollow Tree" by Helen Rivers; "Where to Go and How to Get there" by John North; "Guns and Gunners" by Lieut. Charles E. Chapel; "Missing" Illustrated by Emenhoffer. Tears at spine ends; tape ghost at head; edges trimmed; creasing. Good.
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 WESTERN STORY (GEORGE OWEN BAXTER; MAX BRAND; COURTNEY RILEY COOPER; HUGH F. GRINSTEAD; HARLEY P. LATHROP; F. R. BUCKLEY; FRANK RICHARDSON PIERCE; ERLE WILSON; HELEN RIVERS; JOHN NORTH), Western Story Magazine: August, Aug. 9, 1924 ("the Love of Danger")
WESTERN STORY (GEORGE OWEN BAXTER; MAX BRAND; COURTNEY RILEY COOPER; HUGH F. GRINSTEAD; HARLEY P. LATHROP; F. R. BUCKLEY; FRANK RICHARDSON PIERCE; ERLE WILSON; HELEN RIVERS; JOHN NORTH)
Western Story Magazine: August, Aug. 9, 1924 ("the Love of Danger")
NY, Street & Smith. 1924. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XLV, No.3. Pulp magazine. Cover art is uncredited (actually unreadable, "Howard Has.). Includes "The Race" (novel) by George Owen Baxter; "The Love of Danger" (pt. 2 of 6) by Max Brand; "Object: Adventure" (pt. 4 of 5) by Courtney Riley Cooper; "It's Knowing Where to Look" by Hugh F. Grinstead; "With Tied Hands" by Harley P. Lathrop; "Peg Leg Checks Out Twice" by F. R. Buckley; "His Dog Understood" by Frank Richardson Pierce. Article: "Men Who Made the West: Buffalo Bill" by Erle Wilson. Miscellaneous: "Saguaro National park"; "Alaska petition Received"; "Indian School Grows"; "More Farms in Canada" ; "Were Some Indians Vegetarians?"; "Find Ancient Tool in California"; "Big Lake Trout"; "Two Die in Snowslide"; "Cheif of Shasta Tribe Passes Away"; "Cattle Malady Bars Exports". Departments: "The Round-up"; "The Hollow Tree" by Louise Rice; "Where to Go and How to Get There" by John North; "Missing". Illustrations are uncredited. Standard wear and tears to edges; small losses at spine ends; a few minor cover stains. Very Good.
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 WRIGHT, JOHN [ILLUSTRATIONS BY MISS MAY RIVERS, WORTHINGTON G. SMITH AND GEORGE SHAYLER], The Fruit Grower's Guide. Volume II, Division IV only
WRIGHT, JOHN [ILLUSTRATIONS BY MISS MAY RIVERS, WORTHINGTON G. SMITH AND GEORGE SHAYLER]
The Fruit Grower's Guide. Volume II, Division IV only
Published by J. S. Virtue & Co. Limited, 294 City Road, London circa 1890. circa 1890. Hard back binding in publisher's original racing green and black tooled, bevelled edged, cloth covers with delightful grape vine and fruit tree embossed decoration to the front cover, gilt to all edges. 4to 11'' x 9''. Contains 344 printed pages of text with 8 tissue-guarded chromo colour plates and monochrome illustrations throughout. Rubs to the turned-in spine ends and lower corners and in Very Good condition.
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