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[MARTIN, WILLIAM (SIR) ]
Notes on Sir William Martin's "The Taranaki Question" 1861
Dunedin: Hocken Library, 1968. Hardcover. Pages unnumbered. Black boards with gilt lettering on spine. Page dimensions: 203 x 128mm. "This book, a true facsimile of the 1861 edition, is an important source of information regarding the origins of the Maori Wars. It is a detailed examination from the Government viewpoint, of Sir William Martin‘s attack on Government policy in his ‘The Taranaki Question‘, also issued in the Hocken Facsimile series. First published in 1860, these Notes carried the statement that they were ’by the Governor’. In 1861 they also appeared as part of Paper E-2 in the ’Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives of New Zealand’, and in the present ’Revised Copy’ form, but without statement of authorship. Although subsequently and widely attributed to C. W. Richmond, Professor Keith Sinclair in ’The Origins of the Maori Wars’ (1961, p. 282) made it clear that the Notes were in fact compiled by F. D. Bell, Frederick Whitaker and T. Gore Browne. " - from dust-jacket flap.. Fine in Fine dust jacket .
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Keywords: Maori New Zealand

9789401303958 WILLIAM MARTIN 69075, Tao Te King voor ouders
WILLIAM MARTIN 69075
Tao Te King voor ouders
Altamira. Paperback. Pp: 168. In Tao Te King voor ouders geeft William Martin opvoedkundige adviezen in de vorm van korte interpretaties van de klassieke teksten van de Tao Te King. Hij snijdt belangrijke opvoedingsvraagstukken aan en formuleert daarover verrassende inzichten en adviezen. Het gaat hem daarbij om het subtiele evenwicht tussen doen en zijn, handelen en niet-handelen.nLao Tse was een Chinees filosoof die waarschijnlijk rond 500 v.Chr. leefde en die gezien wordt als een van de stichters van het taoïsme. ISBN: 9789401303958. Cond./Kwaliteit: Goed.
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ACENA PABLO MARTIN TRANSLATED BY CHISLETT WILLIAM WRIGHT DAVID CAMIER ET AL
1857-2007 Banco Santander 150 Years of History
Madrid, Santander. 2007, First Edition. (ISBN: 9788475068022). Hard Cover. Clean tight copy with very slight creasing to the edges of the dustjacket. Heavy/Oversized book, we will request extra shipping. Very Good/Very Good.
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ADAMS WILLIAM M AND MULLIGAN MARTIN EDITING
Decolonising Nature Strategies for Conservation in a Post-Colonial Era
London, Earthscan. 2004, Reprint. (ISBN: 1853837490). Soft Cover. From an academic library with the usual stamps etc. Clean tight copy. Very Good/No Jacket.
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Book number: 329219
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 AESCHINES. CHORLEY, RICHARD JOHN. DAVIES, BYAM MARTIN. BREMI, JOHANN HEINRICH (1772-1837). COOKESLEY, WILLIAM GIFFORD (1802-1880), Aeschinis oratoris opera Graece / ad fidem codicum manuscriptorum recognovit animadversionibusque illustravit Jo. Henr. Bremius Helveto-Turicensis: in two volumes
AESCHINES. CHORLEY, RICHARD JOHN. DAVIES, BYAM MARTIN. BREMI, JOHANN HEINRICH (1772-1837). COOKESLEY, WILLIAM GIFFORD (1802-1880)
Aeschinis oratoris opera Graece / ad fidem codicum manuscriptorum recognovit animadversionibusque illustravit Jo. Henr. Bremius Helveto-Turicensis: in two volumes
Turici : impensis Ziegleri et filiorum 1823. First Edition. Near fine set in the original publisher's buckram. edges very slightly toned. Corners sharp with an overall tight. bright and clean impression. Physical description; 2 v. (xiv. 352; xxxi. 338 p.) ; 20 cm. Subjects; Aeschinis. Greek Opera. Oratory.
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 ALFRED K. BUCHANAN, WILLIAM G. MARTIN, In Motion
ALFRED K. BUCHANAN, WILLIAM G. MARTIN
In Motion
New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1969. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Near Fine in a Very Good+ price clipped dust jacket. Illustrations by William Brooks. ; Original dust jacket protected by archival Brodart cover. All domestic orders shipped protected in a Box..
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Book number: 140909
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AMIS, MARTIN AND NAIPAUL, SHIVA, AND BOYD, WILLIAM AND TREMAIN, ROSE, AND MCEWAN, IAN AND RUSHDIE, SALMAN ET AL
Granta Best of Young British Novelists 7.
Penguin, 1983. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback, 319pp, illustrated softback covers. B + w illustrations. Internally clean and tight. A reprint of the classic issue of Granta, with extracts from the 20 writers judged in 1983 to be the best of their generation... Very Good.
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WILLIAM MCPHERSON; ISABEL ALLENDE; MARTIN AMIS
Granta 33: What Went Wrong? (Summer, 1990)
US: Granta Books, 1990. Paperback. 0140138587 Very good. Some creasing. *. Very Good .
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WILLIAM MCPHERSON; ISABEL ALLENDE; MARTIN AMIS
Granta 33: What Went Wrong? (Summer, 1990)
US: Granta Books, 1990-11-01. Hardcover. 0140138587 Literature & Fiction. Very good.. Very Good .
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Keywords: 0140138587 Letters & Miscellan Essays Anthologies Social Studies Sociology Anthologies (Non-Po Literary Collection General Literature - Classi Sociology

 ANALOG (JERRY POURNELLE; GEORGE ALEC EFFINGER; WILLIAM TUNING; GENE WOLFE; GEORGE R. R. MARTIN; LAURENCE M. JANIFER; L. E. MODESITT, JR.; STEPHEN A. KALLIS), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: May 1973
ANALOG (JERRY POURNELLE; GEORGE ALEC EFFINGER; WILLIAM TUNING; GENE WOLFE; GEORGE R. R. MARTIN; LAURENCE M. JANIFER; L. E. MODESITT, JR.; STEPHEN A. KALLIS)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: May 1973
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1973. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XCI (erroneously prints XCIII), No. 3. Edited by Ben Bova. Cover art by Gaughan for "Sword and Scepter" (pt. 1 of 2) by Jerry Pournelle. Includes "Naked to the Invisible Eye" (novelette) by George Alec Effinger; "Survivability" (novelette; 1st story) by William Tuning; "How I Lost the Second World War and Helped Turn Back the German Invasion" by Gene Wolfe; "With Morning Comes Mistfall" by George R. R. Martin; "An Agent in Place" by Laurence M. Janifer; "The Great American Economy" by L. E. Modesitt. Science Fact: "Minicomputers" by Staphen A. Kallis, Jr. Reader's Departments: "The Editor's Page: Who's in Charge Here?" by Ben Bova; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "In Times to Come"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks". Illustrated by Jack Gaughan, John Schoenherr, Kelly Freas, Leo Summers, and Gray Morrow. Stress tear to front cover at mid hinge;. Very Good-.
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Book number: PO772
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 CRAIG ANTRIM; MARLENE BLEICH; WILLIAM CRUTCHFIELD; GEORGE KETTERL; KATHLEEN MCCAFFERTY; JAY MCCAFFERTY; JOHN MCCRACKEN; PETE MENDEZ; JOHN OKULICK; MARTIN WEBBER; NANCY WEBBER, Eleven San Pedro Artists : Chapman College Guggenheim Gallery, March 25-April 20, 1977
CRAIG ANTRIM; MARLENE BLEICH; WILLIAM CRUTCHFIELD; GEORGE KETTERL; KATHLEEN MCCAFFERTY; JAY MCCAFFERTY; JOHN MCCRACKEN; PETE MENDEZ; JOHN OKULICK; MARTIN WEBBER; NANCY WEBBER
Eleven San Pedro Artists : Chapman College Guggenheim Gallery, March 25-April 20, 1977
Orange, Calif.: Chapman College, 1977. 8vo. 23 pp. Very Good. Soft Cover. Typographical paper wraps. Staple binding. Minor shelf wear on verso, else fine. B&W plates throughout. Extremely Scarce. Collection from San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. .
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Book number: 17-1955
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ALAIN BESANÇON, DENIS LACORNE, JAMES KURTH, JACQUES JULLIARD, FRANÇOIS BAYROU, NICOLAS BAVEREZ, JEAN-LOUIS BOURLANGES, PIERRE MARTIN, DUO CAROLI, ALAIN LANCELOT, SYLVIANE AGACINSKI, MATHIEU MUCHERIE, WILLIAM PFAFF, PHILIPPE LE CORRE, OLIVIER DEBOUZY, HENR
Commentaire n°119, automne 2007
Paris, Commentaire, 2007, Broché, in-8. Pages 617-891. Condition: Bon état
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 ARGOSY (H. BEDFORD-JONES; W. C. TUTTLE; ROBERT CARSE; STOOKIE ALLEN; KARL DETZER; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; DENNIS LAWTON; WALTER CLARE MARTIN; HAPSBURG LIEBE; GEORGE BRUCE; ANTHONY RUD; J. T. CHAMPION; HERB LEWIS; JAMES JOYCE; BETTY WOOD MCNABB; MORE), Argosy Weekly: January, Jan. 4, 1936
ARGOSY (H. BEDFORD-JONES; W. C. TUTTLE; ROBERT CARSE; STOOKIE ALLEN; KARL DETZER; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; DENNIS LAWTON; WALTER CLARE MARTIN; HAPSBURG LIEBE; GEORGE BRUCE; ANTHONY RUD; J. T. CHAMPION; HERB LEWIS; JAMES JOYCE; BETTY WOOD MCNABB; MORE)
Argosy Weekly: January, Jan. 4, 1936
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1936. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 261, No. 2. Pulp magazine. [Edited by Albert J. Gibner.] Cover art by V. E. Pyles for "Texas Shall Be Free!" (pt. 1 of 5) by H. Bedford-Jones. Includes "A Deal for Dogieville" by W. C. Tuttle; "The Brothers" (novelette) by Robert Carse; "Men of Daring: Sergt. Stanley Morgan, Uncle Sam's Man at Point Barrow" (true story in pictures) by Stookie Allen; "Ladder's Up!" (pt. 2 of 5) by Karl Detzer; "The Wolf of Cobble Hill" (novelette) by William Merriam Rouse; "Perique" (pt. 4 of 6) by Dennis Lawton (Frederick Faust aka Max Brand); "Instead of Guns" by Walter Clare Martin; "Killer's Joke" by Hapsburg Liebe; "Flying Circus" (pt. 6 of 6) by George Bruce; "The Spotted Ethiopian" by Anthony Rud. Short Features: "The Three Sacred Emblems" by J. T. Champion; "The Longest Race" by Herb Lewis; "A Burglar Who Believed in Signs" by James Joyce; "Where The Word Argosy Comes From"; "Geographical Oddities in the Americas" by Betty Wood McNabb; "On the Up and Up" by Robert Fuller; "Iceburg Hunters" by J. W. Holden; "The Men Who Make the Argosy - Robert Carse"; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead." Edges trimmed with minor losses and tears; a number in pencil on contents page. Very Good+.
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 ARGOSY (H. BEDFORD-JONES; W. C. TUTTLE; ROBERT CARSE; STOOKIE ALLEN; KARL DETZER; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; DENNIS LAWTON; WALTER CLARE MARTIN; HAPSBURG LIEBE; GEORGE BRUCE; ANTHONY RUD; J. T. CHAMPION; HERB LEWIS; JAMES JOYCE; BETTY WOOD MCNABB; MORE), Argosy Weekly: January, Jan. 4, 1936
ARGOSY (H. BEDFORD-JONES; W. C. TUTTLE; ROBERT CARSE; STOOKIE ALLEN; KARL DETZER; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; DENNIS LAWTON; WALTER CLARE MARTIN; HAPSBURG LIEBE; GEORGE BRUCE; ANTHONY RUD; J. T. CHAMPION; HERB LEWIS; JAMES JOYCE; BETTY WOOD MCNABB; MORE)
Argosy Weekly: January, Jan. 4, 1936
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1936. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 261, No. 2. Pulp magazine. [Edited by Albert J. Gibner.] Cover art by V. E. Pyles for "Texas Shall Be Free!" (pt. 1 of 5) by H. Bedford-Jones. Includes "A Deal for Dogieville" by W. C. Tuttle; "The Brothers" (novelette) by Robert Carse; "Men of Daring: Sergt. Stanley Morgan, Uncle Sam's Man at Point Barrow" (true story in pictures) by Stookie Allen; "Ladder's Up!" (pt. 2 of 5) by Karl Detzer; "The Wolf of Cobble Hill" (novelette) by William Merriam Rouse; "Perique" (pt. 4 of 6) by Dennis Lawton (Frederick Faust aka Max Brand); "Instead of Guns" by Walter Clare Martin; "Killer's Joke" by Hapsburg Liebe; "Flying Circus" (pt. 6 of 6) by George Bruce; "The Spotted Ethiopian" by Anthony Rud. Short Features: "The Three Sacred Emblems" by J. T. Champion; "The Longest Race" by Herb Lewis; "A Burglar Who Believed in Signs" by James Joyce; "Where The Word Argosy Comes From"; "Geographical Oddities in the Americas" by Betty Wood McNabb; "On the Up and Up" by Robert Fuller; "Iceburg Hunters" by J. W. Holden; "The Men Who Make the Argosy - Robert Carse"; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead." 3.5" lower front and rear hinge tear/separation; short tears at head; standard edge tears; small loss at lower rear spine corner; pencil on cover. Good to Very Good-.
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 ASIMOV'S (ISAAC ASIMOV; BAIRD SEARLES; SOMTOW SUCHARITKUL; MARTIN GARDNER; PETER ALLEN DAVID; CRAIG MILLER; JEFF DUNTEMANN; JON L. BREEN; ERWIN S. STRAUSS; GORDON DYKSTRA; LARRY TRITTEN; TED REYNOLDS & WILLIAM F. WU; PETER PAYACK; RICHARD S. MCENROE), Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction: June 1980 ("Skinner")
ASIMOV'S (ISAAC ASIMOV; BAIRD SEARLES; SOMTOW SUCHARITKUL; MARTIN GARDNER; PETER ALLEN DAVID; CRAIG MILLER; JEFF DUNTEMANN; JON L. BREEN; ERWIN S. STRAUSS; GORDON DYKSTRA; LARRY TRITTEN; TED REYNOLDS & WILLIAM F. WU; PETER PAYACK; RICHARD S. MCENROE)
Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction: June 1980 ("Skinner")
NY, Davis Publications. 1980. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 4, No. 6. Edited by George H. Scithers. Cover art by Roger Stine. Includes "Editorial: Welcome Sibling!" by Isaac Asimov; "On Books" by Baird Searles; "Rabid in Mallworld" by Somtow Sucharitkul; "Off We're Going to Shuttle" by Martin Gardner; "Alternate Genesis" by Peter Allen David; "Under the Rainbow:" Science Fiction in Hollywood" by Craig Miller; "Cold Hands" by Jeff Duntemann; "The Day of the Trifles" by Jon L. Breen; "The SF Conventional Calendar" by Erwin S. Strauss; "Broken Toys" by Gordon Dykstra; "The Land of the Great Horse Laughs" by Larry Tritten; "Alien Lover" by Ted Reynolds & William F. Wu; "Dust" by Peter Payack; "Skinner" by Richard S. McEnroe. Illustrated by Karl B. Kofoed, Ron Miller, Janet Aulisio, Alex Schomburg, Hilary Barta, Mark S. Haskett, and Jim Thomas. Tanned; bumps and wrinkles at lower edge sof covers; a little rear cover foxing. No label, never was. Very Good.
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Book number: PK1693
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Keywords: Science Fiction Periodicals

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