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 APOLLO 11., Apollo 11 Mission Commentary 7-20-69  CDT 12:59 [and] Apollo 11 Mission Commentary 7-20-69 CDT 20:34 ..
APOLLO 11.
Apollo 11 Mission Commentary 7-20-69 CDT 12:59 [and] Apollo 11 Mission Commentary 7-20-69 CDT 20:34 ..
[Issued by Mission Control, Houston, 20th, July 1969]. Two parts, each of 27 leaves quarto, stapled, printed on one side. Fine copies in cloth cases.
¶ The first printed account of the first men on the moon - the transcripts of the conversations between astronauts and Mission Control through the landing (the first of the two sets of transcripts), and with Armstrong and Aldrin as they prepare for and take their first steps onto the surface. Unassuming but evocative documents, these were prepared in a rush for distribution to the press; legend says that they were ready within minutes, it may be true. Legend also says that copies in these cases come via Texas bookseller and murderee John Jenkins who filched as many copies as he could from the press table.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 8309
AUD 750.00 [Appr.: EURO 500 US$ 597.35 | £UK 442.75 | JP¥ 66898]
Keywords: science space moon rockets c20th travel
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 [GORDON, ADAM LINDSAY]., Ashtaroth: A Dramatic Lyric.
[GORDON, ADAM LINDSAY].
Ashtaroth: A Dramatic Lyric.
Melbourne, Clarson, Massina 1867. Octavo publisher's green cloth. An ink splash on the back cover but a rather good copy.
¶ First edition of Gordon's second book and the beginning of his brief and dramatic attempt to achieve literary and popular success. His first book 'The Feud' had appeared three years' earlier but was a very private affair - for all purposes nonexistent. His third book followed this one by a week, like this a financial loss, and his next book killed him. His suicide was a clever career move and the publishing boom began.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 1409
AUD 125.00 [Appr.: EURO 83.5 US$ 99.56 | £UK 74 | JP¥ 11150]
Keywords: literature poetry c19th Australia
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 [MEDICINE]., Australasian Medical Conference. Transactions of the Ninth Session, held in Sydney, New South Wales, September, 1911.
[MEDICINE].
Australasian Medical Conference. Transactions of the Ninth Session, held in Sydney, New South Wales, September, 1911.
Sydney, Govt Printer 1913. Two volumes octavo publisher's cloth; plates, illustrations, tables. An excellent set.
¶ A wealth of papers including contributions by Jung ('On the Doctrine of Complexes') and Freud ('On Psycho-Analysis'), this latter at least written specifically for the congress. Were these published anywhere else? and is this the first publication of either in Australia?
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 5326
AUD 150.00 [Appr.: EURO 100 US$ 119.47 | £UK 88.75 | JP¥ 13380]
Keywords: science medicine psychology Australia c20th
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[PRINTING].
The Australasian Printer's Keepsake. A selection of tales, essays, sketches, and verse, illustrative of the craft in Australia. By Victorian compositors.
Melbourne, Fitzgerald 1885. Octavo contemporary half roan (rubbed); viii,168pp. Library gilt stamp on covers and label inside the front; title a little marked; not a bad copy.
¶ Originally issued in wrappers but rarely seen still in them, rarely seen at all for that matter.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 2771
AUD 300.00 [Appr.: EURO 200 US$ 238.94 | £UK 177.25 | JP¥ 26759]
Keywords: printing history c19th Australia trades work

 
Barque "Norna." (Correspondence relative to). [with] ... Further Correspondence.
Sydney, Govt printer 1861. Foolscap disbound; 6pp and 1 page on blue paper.
¶ A sordid story of the treatment of Lascar seamen and, to me, surprising use of authority. Seems if a ship's officer complains to the Water Police that his crew are refusing to obey orders said crew is rounded up and thrown into gaol. The Norna's crew were arrested on the charge of Captain Crawford. The Water Police Magistrate's account here is more defensive than clear but it emerges after much to and froing that one seaman had possibly been murdered at sea and another came close to death in Sydney, due to mistreatment by the captain and second officer. They were held and charged. Then, the near dead sailor was put back on board the Norna, told that sea voyage would be good for his health and the Norna set sail with a new captain. Probably not a great decision: the Norna was wrecked somewhere round the Coral Sea and most of the crew pretty much marooned by the new captain. But that's another story.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 9769
AUD 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 23.5 US$ 27.88 | £UK 20.75 | JP¥ 3122]

 
[HAZLITT, WILLIAM].
Beauties of the Dulwich Picture Gallery.
London, Whittaker 1824. Small octavo half morocco (rubbed); vi,101pp. A few old library stamps, nothing serious.
¶ Quite rare it seems. Is this the first guide to the gallery?
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 5800
AUD 240.00 [Appr.: EURO 160 US$ 191.15 | £UK 141.75 | JP¥ 21408]
Keywords: art history collection guide book museum painting

 [GODWIN, WILLIAM]., Cloudesley: A Tale.
[GODWIN, WILLIAM].
Cloudesley: A Tale.
London, Colburn & Bentley 1830. Three volumes octavo, contemporary half gilt calf (sides a bit rubbed). Without the advertisement leaves at the end of volumes two and three; half titles not called for. An occasional splodge here and there but a rather good fresh copy inside and quite handsome outside.
¶ First edition.
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Book number: 8033
AUD 1200.00 [Appr.: EURO 800 US$ 955.77 | £UK 708.25 | JP¥ 107038]
Keywords: literature fiction c19th England gothic novels thrillers
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[EDUCATION].
Copy of Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education. (1841-42).
[London] Ordered to be printed .. July 1842. Foolscap folio half calf; 303pp.
¶ The appointment of the committe in 1839 was the first direct step towards public responsibility for education - and pretty well failed. Here, after the correspondence with various educational societies (and some letters from the Sub-Committee on Singing) are a series of reports on the state of schools in several counties.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 6331
AUD 200.00 [Appr.: EURO 133.5 US$ 159.29 | £UK 118.25 | JP¥ 17840]
Keywords: education government reform progress c19th England children schools social sciences

 EXHIBITION - OSAKA 1903, [Daigokai naikoku kangyo hakurankai jonai jitchi shukuzu]. Fifth National Industrial Exhibition ... Osaka.
EXHIBITION - OSAKA 1903
[Daigokai naikoku kangyo hakurankai jonai jitchi shukuzu]. Fifth National Industrial Exhibition ... Osaka.
Osaka 1903 (Meiji 36). Colour lithograph 55x79cm; folded as issued. A couple of smudges and spots; a rather good copy with its original colour illustrated outer wrapper,
¶ A pretty good bird's-eye view. The Fifth National Industrial Exhibition in Osaka in 1903, while the last of the series begun in 1877 was the largest and included a lot of firsts. It was the first with a court for foreign countries - quite a few exhibited their wares. It was the first held at night - electricity and illumination was a great feature - and the Japanese public was introduced to wireless telegraphy, American automobiles, x-rays and cinema. A sixth exhibition scheduled for 1907 was to be an international exhibition but that plan fizzled. The Tokyo exhibition of 1907 was pretty grand but not what was hoped for after 1903. It was 1970 before Japan held an international exhibition.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 10263
AUD 300.00 [Appr.: EURO 200 US$ 238.94 | £UK 177.25 | JP¥ 26759]
Keywords: graphic art international exhibitions c20th Japan progress modernism manufactures bird's-eye
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 [RYMER, JAMES MALCOLM]., The Dark Woman; or, the Days of the Prince Regent.
[RYMER, JAMES MALCOLM].
The Dark Woman; or, the Days of the Prince Regent.
London, John Dicks 1861-62. Two volumes largish octavo half gilt calf; 104 wood engravings after Gilbert, Sargent and Standfast.
¶ Rare - any and all of Rymer's novels are rare - and an outstanding copy, made more so by being in a handsome contemporary binding of dark green half calf, spines satisfyingly rich with gilt and contrasting labels (the labels consign authorship to Errym, Rymer's most common pseudonym) - almost unknown on penny (or halfpenny) dreadfuls. On the endpapers is the inscription of John Gordon Edward Sibbald, 7th December 1866 and the bindings speak of a well-heeled reverence for what was a trashy thriller but the book itself is unthumbed. Perhaps Sibbald had another reading copy? - it seems inconceivable that it was an unwanted gift. According to Summers, The Dark Woman was issued in 104 weekly parts at a halfpenny each; in monthly parts at threepence (which seems dear) and as two volumes supplied with titles and contents on completion - as here; all are made up of the weekly parts. One of Rymer's later novels, well after his successes of the forties like The Black Monk or Varney the Vampyre, but Rymer never ran short of thrilling deeds - darstardly, dare-devil or gruesome; any page or two will exhaust the meek reader.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 8023
AUD 1850.00 [Appr.: EURO 1233.25 US$ 1473.47 | £UK 1092 | JP¥ 165016]
Keywords: literature fiction thrillers penny dreadful horror c19th England
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 [DILLON, JOHN]., The Decision of the Three Judges of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, pronounced seriatim Monday, 11th of April, 1836, on the Applicability of the Marriage Act of England to this Colony; with a report of the case, and a review of the arguments.
[DILLON, JOHN].
The Decision of the Three Judges of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, pronounced seriatim Monday, 11th of April, 1836, on the Applicability of the Marriage Act of England to this Colony; with a report of the case, and a review of the arguments.
Sydney, printed by William Jones 1836. Octavo unbound as issued (an early if not original strip of paper down the spine); [2],40pp (last blank), [1] (blank). Title and last blank quite dusty. Inscribed and signed by Dillon - then a solicitor to the Supreme Court - to John Gurner who arrived in Sydney in 1817 as Barron Field's clerk, became the chief clerk, and later a commissioner of the Supreme Court.
¶ Rare and one of the earliest authoritive attacks on legal judgments published in the colony - and worthy of notice as the case hinged upon the concept of legal independence from Great Britain. Ferguson (2116) appends an uncommonly long note indicating that he at least found it of interest ("important case" are his words). A John Maloney was convicted of bigamy but made representation that as he had first married after, and not in accordance with, the passing of the Marriage Act then his first marriage was invalid. The Chief Justice (Forbes) and Justice Dowling determined the Marriage Act had no application in New South Wales and found him guilty; Justice Burton disagreed as does Dillon in this pamphlet. He has found himself unable to merely report the case without comment as this decision now left the colony with "no law prevailing here as to marriage". Ferguson found three copies including his own and since then only one more copy seems to have found its way to an Australian library.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 7558
AUD 600.00 [Appr.: EURO 400 US$ 477.88 | £UK 354.25 | JP¥ 53519]
Keywords: law social sciences history c19th Australia marriage bigamy
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[CLELAND].
The Decorative Work of T.M. Cleland. A record and review, with a bibliographical and critical introduction by Alfred E. Hamill.
NY, Pynson Printers 1929. Quarto, very good in publisher's cloth and mildly dusty dustwrapper; xxiiipp and 99pp plates. Numerous illustrations, some colour, and a mounted folding sample.
¶ Edition of 1200 copies, some six years in the making. Beautifully produced, it's a pity about Cleland.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 1774
AUD 85.00 [Appr.: EURO 56.75 US$ 67.7 | £UK 50.25 | JP¥ 7582]
Keywords: art monographs c20th America graphic arts typography design advertising illustration

 , Densha to Norimono.
Densha to Norimono.
Osaka, Fujiya 1930 (Sowa 5). 19x26cm colour illustrated wrapper; 12pp including wrapper; full page colour illustrations on each. The last page has cartoon gags. Minor signs of use, an almost splendid copy.
¶ Once inside the hero of this book is the tram - or streetcar if you prefer. There is a page of ships, a train, lots of cars, barges in the river, but trams throng the streets.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 10089
AUD 300.00 [Appr.: EURO 200 US$ 238.94 | £UK 177.25 | JP¥ 26759]
Keywords: childrens juvenile illustration graphic art c20th modernism transport trams automobiles Japan technology
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[JONES, WILLIAM].
A Dissertation on the Orthography of Asiatick Words in Roman Letters.
[London 180-?]. 8vo in elderly but later plain wrapper; pp56, 7 plates.
¶ Extracted from the octavo edition of Asiatick Researches.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 6406
AUD 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 23.5 US$ 27.88 | £UK 20.75 | JP¥ 3122]
Keywords: language linguistics India Arabic Persian Asia c18th

 , [Eiji Kunmo Zukai or Ei Kuno Zukai depending on the transcriber].
[Eiji Kunmo Zukai or Ei Kuno Zukai depending on the transcriber].
Kyoto, Ogawa Kinsuke 1871 (Meiji 4). 225x155mm publisher's wrapper with title label; woodblock illustrations throughout. Some worming and a marginal stain, neat repairs to the first few margins. A very decent copy with its colour illustrated outer wrapper, this smudged and rumpled but complete and untorn.
¶ A rare and most appealing illustrated introduction to English. To an extent unseen in any other non-western culture faced with the colonial ambitions of the west the Japanese controlled their own re-education. They were not showered with unwanted primers by missionaries and other pious businessmen. They produced, printed and determinedly digested their own, using whatever sources they could find, the occasional hired expert and their imagination. The more I look at books like these, which were assiduously studied, the more I wonder how anyone learnt any English. How many Japanese went to their graves calling a camera a desk and hoping for an opportunity to introduce 'pluckant' into conversation? Leaving aside errors, books like these make no sense as tools to me but tens, hundreds of thousands of Japanese students set out with these as guides on the road of bunmei kaika - government sponsored enlightenment and civilization - and got there way faster than anyone should have. In fact the more I think about it the more I wonder how anyone learns any language.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 9673
AUD 750.00 [Appr.: EURO 500 US$ 597.35 | £UK 442.75 | JP¥ 66898]
Keywords: social sciences language linguistics dictionaries vocabulary c19th Japan progress trade Asia education
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 [HARRIS, ALEXANDER]., The Emigrant Family: or, The Story of an Australian Settler.
[HARRIS, ALEXANDER].
The Emigrant Family: or, The Story of an Australian Settler.
London, Smith Elder 1849. Stout octavo, the three volumes bound together in contemporary quarter calf and cloth. An occasional spot but a pretty good copy in what looks like a colonial binding (plain and a bit awkward); bound without half titles.
¶ First edition of this well meaning but somewhat documentary novel.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 8348
AUD 850.00 [Appr.: EURO 566.75 US$ 677 | £UK 501.75 | JP¥ 75818]
Keywords: literature fiction Australia c19th three deckers
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 , English, Japanesh, Small Dictionary; [Eiwa haya-gaku jibiki Binran].
English, Japanesh, Small Dictionary; [Eiwa haya-gaku jibiki Binran].
Tokyo, Osaka? 1872 (Meiji 5). 16x6cm publisher's wrapper with title label; illustrated title in English on red paper, 30pp accordian folding, first page printed in blue. Owner's inscriptions on the covers. A pleasing copy, a most pleasing book.
¶ Perfect for the narrowest pocket, or sleeve maybe. The explanatory Japanese with each of the 509 entries is tiny and clear. Osaka Women's University has a copy and that's all I could find anywhere. The NDL database lists it only on microfilm as part of a collection of English studies titles issued in the seventies.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 10069
AUD 300.00 [Appr.: EURO 200 US$ 238.94 | £UK 177.25 | JP¥ 26759]
Keywords: social sciences language linguistics dictionaries vocabulary c19th Japan progress trade Asia education
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 EXHIBITION - SYDNEY 1879., Estudos Coloniaes. Nova Galles do Sul (Australia).
EXHIBITION - SYDNEY 1879.
Estudos Coloniaes. Nova Galles do Sul (Australia).
Lisbon, Imprensa Nacional 1879. Octavo publisher's printed wrapper (a stain in the top corner of the wrapper only, a bit marked and used); 40pp. Used but a decent copy with a couple of stamps of the Ministerio das Colonias.
¶ An account of the present state of New South Wales produced for dispersal in Portugal, presumably for prospective exhibitors, in the lead up to the 1879 International Exhibition in Sydney.
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Book number: 8947
AUD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 50 US$ 59.74 | £UK 44.5 | JP¥ 6690]
Keywords: social history c19th Australia Portugal international exhibitions Sydney
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 , Euthanasia Or Turf, Tent and Tomb.
Euthanasia Or Turf, Tent and Tomb.
London, Routledge 1893. Octavo publisher's illustrated glazed boards (rubbed with wear to edges and hinges). Certainly read but a very decent, even proper, copy.
¶ First edition, yellowback issue. It was also issued in cloth at a higher price. A title for every reader, the cover of this romantic thriller might convince us that is a book for the horsey set - but what is that monk doing on the field? Newcastle University attributes this to E.W. Hornung; what did their librarian know that no-one else does? If true then Hornung has masterfully assumed the style of a less polished author who seems expert in the daily routine of an English officer in the Austrian cavalry. What shines through here is that the aristocracy must be judged by different standards to the rest of us. The hero, the poor younger brother Lord George, is seen as the "soul of honour and loyalty and truth" by all around him while he behaves appallingly by lower class standards. The Euthanasia of the title is indirect, by way of expiation, but I guess it is there. The rest of the title takes place in England, Hungary and Naples. Despite its inclusion in Hubin this is not crime fiction, there is no murder here except of ethics.
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Book number: 10137
AUD 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 166.75 US$ 199.12 | £UK 147.75 | JP¥ 22299]
Keywords: literature fiction c19th England yellowbacks
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 [VENABLES, ROBERT]., The Experienc'd Angler: or, Angling Improv'd. Being a general discourse ... third edition much enlarged.
[VENABLES, ROBERT].
The Experienc'd Angler: or, Angling Improv'd. Being a general discourse ... third edition much enlarged.
London, for Richard Marriot 1668. Small octavo sheep (rebacked and recornered); [16],96,[6]pp, extra engraved title and 10 engravings through the text. Some worming at the end - of no great consequence. With the preliminary blank A1.
¶ One of the trio of Anglers; it was for a while, later in the century, included with Walton and Cotton but then slipped into relative obscurity. Venables' little fishing book seems to be about the only gentle, even warmhearted, product of an otherwise unhappy, troublesome and mean-spirited man. At least once here he preaches charity to the "sick and indigent" which he does not seem to have been able to extend to his own daughter and grandson. The first edition appeared in 1662, the second edition seems to have vanished altogether and this third is quite changed from the first. At the end, in a contemporary hand, is a short recipe for bait.
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Book number: 7398
AUD 2000.00 [Appr.: EURO 1333 US$ 1592.94 | £UK 1180.5 | JP¥ 178396]
Keywords: sport fishing fish angling c17th England natural history
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[DILKE, SIR CHARLES WENTWORTH].
The Fall of Prince Florestan of Monaco. By himself.
London, Macmillan 1874. Octavo half calf (a small chip from the spine); [4],79pp, map and one plate. Ex parliamentary library with their gilt crest on the front board and incorporated into the spine, no other markings; scattered spots but a good copy.
¶ First edition and something of a hit - printed in March there were three more printings by July. A light hearted satire charting the fate of a radical Cambridge educated prince attempting to apply liberal reform; and meant to satirise the British public's view of Dilke and his republican leanings. Offered anonymously to Macmillan, apparently they first refused it because it had too many slighting references to Dilke himself. When published it was taken by many to be an attack on Dilke by Matthew Arnold.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 6039
AUD 95.00 [Appr.: EURO 63.5 US$ 75.66 | £UK 56.25 | JP¥ 8474]
Keywords: literature fiction satire c19th England

 [BALLANTYNE, R.M.]., Fighting the Whales; or doings and dangers on a fishing cruise.
[BALLANTYNE, R.M.].
Fighting the Whales; or doings and dangers on a fishing cruise.
London, Nisbet 1863. Small octavo publisher's decorated green cloth blocked in gilt and blind; 124,[2]pp, four colour litho illustrations; two page publisher's advert at the end. A nice, bright copy. Ballantyne's Miscellany volume I.
¶ First edition and an appealing copy of this dramatic little book. Nisbet advertises 15 titles in course of preparation and 16 did appear over the next several years, but not all the titles advertised.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 8558
AUD 135.00 [Appr.: EURO 90 US$ 107.52 | £UK 79.75 | JP¥ 12042]
Keywords: literature fiction c19th juvenile children nautical whaling whales
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[TRADE UNIONS].
First Annual report of .. the Government Statist in Connection with Trades Unions. Report for .. 1886, with an appendix. [ .. Second Annual Report .. Third Annual Report ..].
Melbourne, Govt Printer 1887-89. Three papers foolscap folio; each 6pp.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 6544
AUD 50.00 [Appr.: EURO 33.5 US$ 39.82 | £UK 29.75 | JP¥ 4460]
Keywords: trade unions government political economy trades c19th Australia history social sciences

 [JACSON OR JACKSON, MARIA ELIZABETH]., The Florist's Manual, or, hints for the construction of a gay flower garden. With observations on the best methods of preventing the depredations of insects.
[JACSON OR JACKSON, MARIA ELIZABETH].
The Florist's Manual, or, hints for the construction of a gay flower garden. With observations on the best methods of preventing the depredations of insects.
London, for Henry Colburn 1816. Octavo, uncut in publisher's boards with title label on the spine; 74,[2 publisher's list]pp, two folding plans for flower gardens. Rear endpaper removed, still a nice copy.
¶ First edition of Miss Jacson's most successful book; it ran to at least three editions. According to a great-nephew Maria and her sister Frances took up their pens to bail out their feckless cleric brother, Shallcross; Maria with botany and Frances with novels. It took twenty years or more for Shallcross to drink himself to death so they each wrote four or five books between the mid 1790s and the early 1820s. The booklist at the end announces her sister's new novel 'Rhoda'. A mix of taste manual and practical gardening this is, according to diligent feminist historians, one of the first gardening books for women written by a woman. Miss Jacson deplores both the habit of ladies leaving the layout of their gardens to the taste of their head-gardeners and the fad for American plants "with their names painted on large headed pegs". Such things "will not produce a gay flower-garden". The consensus is that 'Jacson' is the correct spelling. Librarians of the world take note.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 9888
AUD 165.00 [Appr.: EURO 110 US$ 131.42 | £UK 97.5 | JP¥ 14718]
Keywords: gardens gardening science natural history botany c19th England manuals women feminism taste design landscape
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[JAPAN].
General View of Commerce & Industry in the Empire of Japan.
Tokyo, Yamaguchi 1897. Octavo publisher's cloth; [6],318pp, seven double page and two larger folding maps. Parliamentary library gilt crest on the front cover and an inoffensive stamp on the title; a very good copy.
Richard Neylon, BooksellerProfessional seller
Book number: 6914
AUD 350.00 [Appr.: EURO 233.5 US$ 278.77 | £UK 206.75 | JP¥ 31219]
Keywords: travel history c19th Japan commerce economics Asia

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