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WHITE SAMUEL ALEXANDER
Le faucon du Nord-Ouest.
G.P. Bibliothèque Rouge et Or, Série Souveraine., 1958. 1958. In-8. Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 186 pages. Cartonnage crème. Illustrations noir & blanc et couleurs de Henri Dimpre. 132ème ouvrage de la Bibliothèque Rouge et Or.. Avec Jaquette. . . Classification Dewey : 843.0692-Livres d'enfants. .
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WHITE SAMUEL ALEXANDER
Le faucon du Nord-Ouest.
G.P. Bibliothèque Rouge et Or, Série Souveraine., 1958. 1958. In-8. Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 186 pages. Cartonnage crème. Illustrations noir & blanc et couleurs de Henri Dimpre. 132ème ouvrage de la Bibliothèque Rouge et Or.. . . . Classification Dewey : 843.0692-Livres d'enfants. .
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ALEXANDER, SAMUEL [1859-1938]
Moral Order And Progress: An Analysis Of Ethical Conceptions Second Edition
London: Keagan Paul, Trench, Trubner, & Co, Ltd, 1891. Hardcover. Bound in at the front of the text is the notice: "In consequence of the destruction by fire of a portion of the stock of 'Moral Order and Progress, ' an edition has been reproduced, which is an exact reprint of the first edition of this work. " Blue blindstamped cloth with black and gilt decoration on cover and spine, gilt lettering on spine, brown endpapers; 413 pages; minimal marks, Bangor Theological Seminary Library (printed label inside front cover, small sticker on spine, pocket inside rear cover) ; slight uniform toning of pages; hinges tight, spine a little shaky; otherwise unmarked, clean, sound, attractive copy; 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Very Good .
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Book number: 25683
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Keywords: Philosophy 19th Century British Realism Ethics Samuel Alexander

 JORDAN SAMUEL ALEXANDER, RABBI JOCHANAN BAR NAPPACHA, LEBENSBILD EINES TALMUDISCHEN WEISEN DES DRITTEN JAHRHUNDERTS NACH DEN QUELLEN DARGESTELLT, I. THEIL (INAUGURAL-DISSERTATION)
JORDAN SAMUEL ALEXANDER
RABBI JOCHANAN BAR NAPPACHA, LEBENSBILD EINES TALMUDISCHEN WEISEN DES DRITTEN JAHRHUNDERTS NACH DEN QUELLEN DARGESTELLT, I. THEIL (INAUGURAL-DISSERTATION)
Wilhelm Kunosky & Sohn, Budapest, 1895. 94 pages. Etiquettes de code sur le dos et le 1er plat. Tampons de bibliothèque sur le 1er plat et en page de titre. Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung der Philosophischen Doktorwürde an der Kaiser-Wilhelms-Univ. Straßburg. In-8 Broché. Etat d'usage. 2ème plat abîmé. Dos abîmé. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 430-Langues germaniques. Allemand. .
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 WHITE SAMUEL ALEXANDER, THE RAIDERS
WHITE SAMUEL ALEXANDER
THE RAIDERS
Streamline Publications Ltd., Non daté. Non daté. In-12. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur acceptable. 159 pages.. . . . Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon. .
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ISRAELI, ISAAC --- ALTMANN, ALEXANDER / STERN, SAMUEL MIKLOS
Isaac Israeli. A Neoplatonic Philosopher of the Early Tenth Century. His Works translated with comments and an outline of his Philosophy by A. Altmann and S.M. Stern. With a New Foreword by Alfred Ivry.
Chicago and London, The University of Chicago Press 2009. Paperback, xxix, 226 pp.
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Book number: T17870
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Keywords: Filosofie > Ethiek ISRAELI, ISAAC

 [CHILDRENS CHAPBOOK].  ANDERSON, ALEXANDER [1770 - 1870] - ILLUSTRATOR.  WOOD, SAMUEL [1760 - 1844] - PUBLISHER, The YOUNG CHILD'S A B C, or, First Book
[CHILDRENS CHAPBOOK]. ANDERSON, ALEXANDER [1770 - 1870] - ILLUSTRATOR. WOOD, SAMUEL [1760 - 1844] - PUBLISHER
The YOUNG CHILD'S A B C, or, First Book
New - York: Published by Samuel Wood, 362 Pearl - Street [ J. C. Totten, print ], 1806. 1st printing (American Imprints 11909; Hamilton 235; Rosenbach 325; Weiss, p. 18; Welch 1461.1). Not in the Osborne Catalogue, Gumuchian, nor the Spencer Catalogue. Period stiff grey card-stock wraps, sewn. Wraps with two wood-cuts each. Wrappers detached. 16 pp. T.p. vignette. Alphabet pp. 4 - 16, two per page, each letter illustrated with a cut [for 26 total]. Cuts by Anderson [attribution per Rosenbach]. 16mo. 3-7/8" x 3-3/16". Average wear. Some soiling to covers. A solid VG copy. "Contains alphabets in hornbook form, a syllabary, with woodcuts illustrating objects in alphabetical order." [Rosenbach]. This work has the distinction of being the first publication issued by Wood, who would go on to a distinguished career in the publishing trade, with thousands of titles under his imprint. Cf. Weiss, Samuel Woods & Sons [NY: 1942], p. 3. ABPC shows 4 cc of later printings, ca. 1815 - 1820, to have come to auction in the past 30+ years, none of this first printing. Rare in the trade.
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Book number: 37748
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BECKETT, SAMUEL & JOHN WATERS & HELMUT NEWTON & ALEXANDER COCKBURN & GEORGES BATAILLE; STREET, GRAND
Grand Street 53: Fetishes
Grand Street, 1995. First Edition. Softcover. ISBN: 1885490046. STiff unmarked book, aobut new, in crisp covers. ; Summer 1995; 0.6 x 8.9 x 7 Inches; 270 pages. Fine .
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Book number: 31464
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Keywords: 1885490046

 
BROOKS, ALDEN, FREDERICK PALMER, ERNEST THOMPSON SETON, PETER CLARK MACFARLANE, JOYCE KILMER, SAMUEL ALEXANDER WHITE, GEORGE FITCH. AND OTHER CONTRIBUTORS
Collier's (January 22, 1916)
New York, 1916, First Edition. Soft Cover , Very Good, Very good in original wrappers with the date writ large at the bottom of the front cover. Rubber stamp. Sticker on the back cover.
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Book number: b40267
USD 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 21 | £UK 18 | JP¥ 2700]

 
BUTLER, SAMUEL; STREATFIELD,RICHARD ALEXANDER (EDITOR)
Essays on Life, Art and Science
Port Washington, NY, Kennikat Press. 1970. (ISBN: 0804613451) Hard Cover . Fine, Pages clean and bright. Binding tight, Cover clean. No remainder marks, no shelf wear. Fine/No Jacket.
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Book number: Fx1341
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Keywords: Art Criticism Science Evolution 0804613451

 
STEWART (SAMUEL ALEXANDER) & CORRY (THOMAS HUGHES)
A Flora of the North-East of Ireland. Including the Phanerogamia, the Cryptogamia Vascularia, and the Musineae.
Belfast: The Belfast Naturalists' Field Club, 1888. First edition, 8vo (190 x 130 mm), a very good ex-library copy, orig. cloth, gilt.
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Book number: 36830
GBP 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 40.75 US$ 48.75 | JP¥ 5266]
Keywords: BOTANY IRELAND IRISH FLORA NATURAL HISTORY

 
STEWART (SAMUEL ALEXANDER) & CORRY (THOMAS HUGHES)
A Flora of the North-East of Ireland. Flowering Plants, Vascular Cryptogams and Charophytes.
Belfast: The Quota Press, 1938. Second edition, 8vo (220x 145 mm), lix, 472pp., maps, a very good ex-library copy, orig. cloth.
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Book number: 36831
GBP 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 29 US$ 34.82 | JP¥ 3761]
Keywords: BOTANY IRELAND IRISH FLORA NATURAL HISTORY

 
DANFORD, SAMUEL ALEXANDER
Spreading Scriptural Holiness Or, the North Dakota Movement
Christian Witness Co, 1913. First Edition; First Impression. Hardcover. Blue hardcover with black lettering. An excellent account of the Methodist church's spread in North Dakota. Rare first edition. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 137 pages. Very Good with no dust jacket .
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Book number: 56378
USD 59.97 [Appr.: EURO 50 | £UK 43.25 | JP¥ 6477]
Catalogue: Religion
Keywords: North Dakota Church History Genealogy Americana Church Planting Holiness Methodism

 
MARIA DIVEN [MRS. GENERAL ALEXANDER SAMUEL DIVEN]
1891 - 1917 Original Archive of Twelve [12] Manuscript Diaries Handwritten by Wife of Noted CIVIL War General and Prominent Wealthy Floridian and One Time New York Congressman
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA FL BROOKLYN NEW YORK NY, 1891. . On offer is a sensational archive of twelve [12] original manuscript diaries all handwritten by Maria Diven, second wife of General Alexander Samuel Diven who married Maria, his junior by 25 years, in 1876 after the death of his first wife, Amanda Beers, who died in 1875. The diaries represent the years of their lives in 1891, 1892, 1896, 1897, 1900, 1902, 1906, 1907, 1911, 1910, 1912 and 1917. Save for the last year when her health declines and there are entries in only the first third of the year, she writes rather densely throughout. In the early years they were living at their home called Hazzard's Bluff on River Point Road, just across the river from Jacksonville Florida. In later years they are based in Brooklyn. Their Florida estate was built in an area well known for the many wealthy Northerners that settled their after the civil war. Collectors and historians of the area and the era will no doubt find a treasure trove of details of what life was like living as a very wealthy and prominent family along the St. John's River. The family seems to travel around by yacht and launches a lot and in the company of other prominent Generals and Colonels. There are lavish parties, trips on the yacht, trips to their Elmira New York home, plenty of socials, sitting on the piazza and much, much more. This is a large wealthy family with much on the go all described in great detail. At the turn of the century we find the family based in Brooklyn for most of the year then head to Orange County in the fall. They also take a longish trip in the West and the mountains, visiting and every other conceivable activity and adventure. This is a look with a breathtaking vista of breadth and depth by an articulate, intelligent woman of means and position. BIO NOTES: Alexander Samuel Diven, soldier, politician, businessman, popular Board of Director for the New York & Eire Railroad had a distinguished military career along with other outstanding accomplishments. He was the grandson of John Means and Elizabeth Clark and great grandson of Robert Means and Jane Irving, sister of General Irving of the Continental Army. Online sources say he was born in 1809 but in these diaries his wife says he celebrated his 74th birthday in 1893 which makes his birth year 1819. Also from another source: 'There's a big house with columns at 4915 River Point Road. It's not brick, though, it's wood, but you may have thought it was painted brick. In 1850 the first circular steam sawmill in Florida was built at the mouth of Pottsburg Creek. After the Civil War (in 1876), the old Empire Mill site was sold to Alexander S. Diven, a general in the Union Army and Congressman from New York. Apparently, he was just one of many Northerners who settled along the southern bank of the St. Johns River after the War. The house was built around 1877, and the property contained 34 acres at that time. The timbers used to construct the house are huge, some 10" by 12". They were taken from the log pond next to where the old mill had been. The foundation and chimney are made from bricks that were made at the claypit one-quarter mile from the homesite. General Diven started a grove of 700 orange trees on this site, with their own irrigation system. This grove continued until 1952, and the last of these trees was killed by the Christmas Freeze of 1983. I don't know if you were in Jacksonville then, BJ, but it snowed and school was out for days due to power outages and icy streets. Major Joseph Durkee, another Union officer, was County Sheriff, State Senator, and railroad executive. His son, Dr. Jay Durkee bought this home in 1909 from General Diven's son. in 1952, Major Durkee's grandson developed the adjacent 90 acres into a subdivision and named it "Empire Point," after the area where his old family home still stands.' Lastly this information: Amanda Malvina Beers b. 22 Oct 1810 m. 16 July 1834 at Angelica, New York, Alexander Samuel Diven b. 15 Feb 1809 Dix, Schuyler County, New York. Resided Elmira, New York. Amanda d. 18 Aug 1875 63y 9m 27d (Elmira City Death Record) buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira. Some of the diaries are in great shape, some in poor shape but all pages seem to be accounted for. Overall G+.; 48mo - over 3" - 4" tall; KEYWORDS: HISTORY OF, BROOKLYN, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, HAZZARDS BLUFF, ELMIRA, NEW YORK, AMERICANA, CIVIL WAR, CIVIL WAR ERA, PRE SUFFRAGE, UNION ARMY, GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC, GENDER STUDIES, WOMENS STUDIES, HANDWRITTEN, MANUSCRIPT, DOCUMENT, LETTER, AUTOGRAPH, DIARY, JOURNAL, LOG, KEEPSAKE, WRITER, HAND WRITTEN, DOCUMENTS, SIGNED, LETTERS, MANUSCRIPTS, HISTORICAL, HOLOGRAPH, WRITERS, DIARIES, JOURNALS, LOGS, AUTOGRAPHS, PERSONAL, MEMOIR, MEMORIAL, PERSONAL HISTORY, AMERICANA, antiquité, contrat, vélin, document, manuscrit, papier Antike, Brief, Pergament, Dokument, Manuskript, Papier oggetto d'antiquariato, atto, velina, documento, manoscritto, carta antigüedad, hecho, vitela, documento, manuscrito, Papel, ; Signed by Autograph. Good+ .
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Book number: 0001312
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[WISELIUS, SAMUEL IPERUSZOON] (VERT.); ALEXANDER-VINCENT PINEU DUVAL
De huwlyks ontwerpen, of De twee militairen. Blyspel. Vryelyk gevolgd naar het Fransch [...] door een' der vertalers van Den jongen Richelieu. Amsterdam, Abraham Mars, 1800.
8º: A-E 8 (E8 blanco), gepag.: 78 [2] pp. Papieren omslag. Van Aken II, p.186; CBMNL 3513
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Book number: 18824
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