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O
THE FAR SIDE OF THE WORLD.
Collins. London.,1984. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. The tenth novel in O'Brian's Aubrey and Maturin series. Pages margins are browned as is common with this book, otherwise a fine tight copy in publishers dark green boards with gilt lettering and publishers device to the spine. In the original full colour illustrated dustwrapper with the publishers price clip and new circular gold price(9.95) sticker to the inner flap. It appears the publisher had a change of mind regarding the price either at the time of publication, or very shortly after as few copies with the original, lower, price exist. There is a minor production fault where the original laminate has wrinkled along the front hinge, otherwise a near fine example of the dustwrapper with just a hint of fadig to the red spine, only noticable when studied closely. Generally a nice, clean and bright copy.:
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Book number: 8119
GBP 300.00 [Appr.: EURO 345.5 US$ 391.47 | JP¥ 43406]

 
O
WOOD ENGRAVINGS FROM LA VIDA BREVE.
The Rocket Press, Blewbury, Oxfordshire. ND. 1991. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION. (9.2 x 6.3 inches). One of only 40 copies, numbered and signed by the artist on the colophon. 24 wood engravings by O'Connor printed from the original blocks, on hand made Zerkel paper, in blue, brick red, brown and green, each one either signed or initialled by O'Connor. The folded title and colophon pages and all 24 loose sheets are housed in a green paper chemise within a beige cloth covered portfolio folder with a green printed wood engraving to the front panel. The engravings were originally commissioned by Hal Cheetham for his private printed volume entitled 'La Vida Breve' which was issued in 1991. O'Connor attended the Royal College of Art during the 1930's where his teachers included Eric Ravilious, John Nash and Robert Austin. Each of them influenced him, but it was from Ravilious that he learned his great love of wood engraving.
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Book number: 8506
GBP 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 288 US$ 326.23 | JP¥ 36172]

 
COOK. CAPT. JAMES. ; ANDERSON. G. W. ABRIDGES.
VOYAGES ROUND THE WORLD PERFORMED BY CAPTAIN JAMES COOK F. R. S. By Royal Authority, Containing the Whole of His Discoveries in Geography, Navigation, Astronomy Etc. With Memoirs of His Life, and Particulars Relative to His Unfortunate Death. Embellished with engravings.
J. Robins & Co. Albion Press. London. 1822. 4to. (11 x 8.7 inches). viii,799pp, + Directions to the Binder/ publishers advert leaf. Fourteen full page engravings, including a portrait frontis and the Death of Cook, plus 4 vignettes. Complete. Text printed in double column. Some page corners creased and page edges a bit browned but overall a very good copy. Bound in contemporary full brown calf boards with later (probably early twentieth century) re-spine of Burgundy calf with raised bands, each with gilt decorative roll. Compartments double ruled in gilt. Brown morocco label, gilt. Edges and corners bumped and rubbed. Spine with raised bands, ruled in blind. Red title label, ruled and lettered in gilt. Previous owners armorial bookplate on the front free endpaper. Overall a very good copy.
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Book number: 8880
GBP 750.00 [Appr.: EURO 863.5 US$ 978.68 | JP¥ 108515]

 
SMITH. ADAM.
AN INQUIRY INTO THE NATURE AND CAUSES OF THE WEALTH OF NATIONS. The fourth edition.
Printed for A. Strahan; and T. Cadell. London. 1786. THREE VOLUMES. 8vo. (8.5 x 5.4 inches). Volume one; viii, 499 + errata; Volume two; vi, 518, [5] Appendix + errata; Volume three; v + errata, 465, (49) index + (1) ad pp. (The 4pp of contents in volume two are miss-bound at the back of the book before the appendix). Complete. ---- Neat previous owners names, one earlier one which has been neatly crossed through and a later one, on each of the title pages. Some staining to the top outer corner of the first and last pages in volumes one and two but overall a very good set. Rear blank free endpapers lacking from volume one and there is a tear to the corner of one of the rear blank free endpapers, with loss, in volume two, but all text pages are complete. ----- Attractive 18th century full tan tree calf bindings, almost certainly by William Scott of Edinburgh, using tools from the workshop of James Scott. Flat spines with red title labels, ruled and lettered in gilt. Gilt tools of Floral pattern and bird in nest, both tools being used by Scott on other bindings. Black circular number pieces with floral gilt roll surrounds and gilt ruling and decoration to panels. Floral gilt border to boards. Some loss to the top and bottom of spines and some rubbing and bumping to the edges. Lower hinges of volumes one and two cracked but holding firm. An attractively bound early set of Smith's great work. ---- This fourth edition, the second 8vo edition, has only slight differences from the third edition, and Smith himself says in the Advertisement at the beginning of the book, 'I have made no alterations of any kind'. ---- J. H. Loudon. James Scott and William Scott, bookbinders - several examples.
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Book number: 10080
GBP 4500.00 [Appr.: EURO 5180.5 US$ 5872.05 | JP¥ 651087]
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SMITH. ADAM.
AN INQUIRY INTO THE NATURE AND CAUSES OF THE WEALTH OF NATIONS. With a life of the Author, Also a view of the doctrine of Smith, compared with that of the French Economists; with a method of facilitating the study of his works; from the French of M. Garnier.
Printed for William Allason and J. Maynard. London, and W. Blair. Edinburgh. 1819. THREE VOLUMES. 8vo. (8.5 x 5.5 inches). Some minor browning to the first and last couple of leaves of each volume otherwise very good copies bound, without the half titles, in fine recent bindings of contemporary style full sprinkled antique style brown calf. The spines with five raised bands, compartments ruled in gilt. Red title labels, gilt. Boards with floral roll borders in gilt. All edges marbled. Generally this is a very good, tight set in attractive bindings.
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Book number: 8683
GBP 1250.00 [Appr.: EURO 1439 US$ 1631.13 | JP¥ 180858]

 
AESOP. ; L'ESTRANGE, SIR ROGER.
FABLES, OF AESOP. And Other Eminent Mythologists with Morals and Reflections.
Printed for R. Sare, T. Sawbridge, B. Took, M. Gillyflower, A.&J. Churchill, and J. Hindmarsh. London. 1692. FIRST L'ESTRANGE EDITION. Tall Quarto. (13 x 8.5 inches). Erratic pagination, but the text is complete. --- Portrait frontis of L'estrange, by Roger White after Geoffrey Kneller, Title page, viii (Preface), viii (Alphabetical table), Illustration of Aesop, 28 (Life of Aesop), 1-144, 137-306, 319-480pp. --- Some minor browning to a few leaves and the last couple of dozens leaves with a light damp stain to the top of the page, but generally a nice copy with good margins. Bound in contemporary full brown calf. Spine has been expertly relaid, with raised bands and original red title label, lettered in gilt, and new free endpapers, and mottled boards, which have been professionally and neatly repaired to corners and edges. Boards with double blind ruled borders. Early previous owner's engraved bookplate, with book number, on the front paste down endpaper. Minor rubbing to leather and some minor bumping to edges but overall a very good copy of this classic work. -- Wing: A706.
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Book number: 9620
GBP 1100.00 [Appr.: EURO 1266.5 US$ 1435.39 | JP¥ 159155]

 
EINSTEIN. ALBERT.
RELATIVITY. The Special and the General Theory. A popular exposition. Translated by Robert W. Lawson. D.Sc.
Methuen & co. Ltd. London. 1920. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. 8vo. (7.7 x 5.2 inches). Portrait frontis and five line diagrams within the text. 8pp publishers adverts at back of book. Apart from some offsetting to the blank endpapers, this is a very good, clean and bright copy with neat previous owners name on front free endpaper. Publishers original red cloth with blind stamped lettering to front board, within a blind ruled border, and gilt lettering and ruling to spine. Spine lettering is dulled and the cloth uniformly faded and the corners a bit bumped and extremities a little rubbed. Cracking to the rear inner hinge but firm and sound. Overall a very good clean copy. ---- This important translation, apart from being the first English edition, also contains new text written by Einstein specially for this edition; Appendix III, The Experimental Confirmation of the General Theory of Relativity.
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Book number: 9743
GBP 850.00 [Appr.: EURO 978.75 US$ 1109.17 | JP¥ 122983]

 
EINSTEIN. ALBERT.
RELATIVITY. The special and the General Theory. A popular exposition. Translated by Robert W. Lawson. D.Sc.
Methuen & Co. Ltd. London. 1920. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. 8vo. (7.7 x 5.3 inches). Portrait frontis and five line diagrams within the text. Complete with the 8pp publishers adverts at back of book. A few light spots to the first few pages but overall a clean, bright copy in recent fine binding of full red morocco. Spine with raised bands, compartments ruled, decorated and lettered in gilt. Single gilt ruled border on boards. Top edge gilt, others untrimmed with rough edges. ------ This important translation, apart from being the first English edition, also contains new text written by Einstein specially for this edition-- Appendix III, The Experimental Confirmation of the General Theory of Relativity.
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Book number: 9829
GBP 1250.00 [Appr.: EURO 1439 US$ 1631.13 | JP¥ 180858]

 
POPE. ALEXANDER.
THE RAPE OF THE LOCK. An heroi-comical poem.In five canto's.
Bernard Lintott.London. 1714. FIRST COMPLETE EDITION.8vo.(7.4 x 4.4 inches).Illustrated with Frontis and five full page plates by Du Guernier,after Du Bose.Title page printed in red and black.A coule of leaves with small light marks but overall a very good copy in contemporary mottled sheep.Rebacked to style.Red label,gilt.Spine decorated in gilt.Leather bookplate of Peter Murray Hill on front paste down.First Edition of The Rape of the Lock in its full form and as a separate piece; the masterpiece of Pope's earlier period, his authorship acknowledged for the first time on the title.A two-canto earlier version had been anonymously printed in Bernard Lintot's Miscellany,1712.-----Griffith 29.Ashley IV, p.8.Rothschild 1570.
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Book number: 5913
GBP 3850.00 [Appr.: EURO 4432.25 US$ 5023.87 | JP¥ 557041]

 
POPE. ALEXANDER.
THE RAPE OF THE LOCK. An heroi-comical poem. Adorned with plates.
Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for F. J. Du Roveray. London.,1801. Reprint of 1798 Illustrated edition. 8vo.(7 x 4.5 inches). Beautifully illustrated with copper engraved frontis and five full page plates by Stothard, Fuseli, Burney & Hamilton. Engraved by Bartolozzi, Bromley, Holloway, Neagle & Smith. A clean and fresh copy in fine twentieth century binding of quarter brick morocco. Spine triple ruled, lettered and decorated in gilt. Beige cloth on boards. Marbled endpapers. A lovely bright copy of this lovely edition.:
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Book number: 7697
GBP 175.00 [Appr.: EURO 201.5 US$ 228.36 | JP¥ 25320]

 
POPE.ALEXANDER.
THE WORKS.
C.Bathurst,W.Strahan,J and F.Rivington......London.,1770. NINE VOLUMES.8vo.Illustrated with 24 copper engravings.Very good bright set bound in contemporary full tan calf,spines ruled in gilt.Each volume with red morocco title lebel,decorated and lettered in gilt.Some rubbing to most volumes and a few hinges cracked but all still holding firm.Overall an attractive set of eighteenth century bindings.Previous owners bookplate on front paste downs.:
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Book number: 3080
GBP 550.00 [Appr.: EURO 633.25 US$ 717.7 | JP¥ 79577]

 
TENNYSON. ALFRED.
ENOCH ARDEN, Etc.
Edward Moxon & Co. London.,1864. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (6.6 x 4.4 inches). Finely bound contemporary full red morocco binding by Zaehnsdorf. Decorative central tooling and pannelled borders blind stamped on boards. Board edges with gilt piping. Spine with five raised bands, ruled in blind. The compartments with blind tooled Fleur de Lys design and gilt lettering. Gilt inner dentelles. Marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. Previous owners neat name to title page. A lovely copy in a beautiful Victorian leather binding.:
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Book number: 8061
GBP 200.00 [Appr.: EURO 230.25 US$ 260.98 | JP¥ 28937]

 
TENNYSON. ALFRED.
MAUD, AND OTHER POEMS.
Edward Moxon & Co. London. 1866. TWELFTH EDITION. 8vo. (6.8 x 4.2 inches). Finely bound contemporary full dark green morocco binding. Decorative flower and leaf design to the top and bottom of both boards and a single gilt ruled border to the centre. Board edges with gilt ruling. Spine with five raised bands. The compartments with gilt ruled lines, flower and leaf designs and lettering. Triple gilt ruled lines to the turn-ins. Marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. Previous owners neat inscription, dated 1867, to the half title page. A lovely copy in a beautiful Victorian decorative leather binding. The binding is unsigned but the work of a skilled bookbinder.
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Book number: 10016
GBP 475.00 [Appr.: EURO 547 US$ 619.83 | JP¥ 68726]

 
RACKHAM. ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES.; POE. EDGAR ALLAN.
POE'S TALES OF MYSTERY AND IMAGINATION.
George G. Harrap. London.,1935. FIRST RACKHAM EDITION. 4to. Colour frontis and eleven full page colour plates, each with a printed tissue guard. 17 full page mono plates and 11 smaller line drawings throughout the text. A fine copy in a beautiful early leather binding by Bayntun Riviere. Half burgundy morocco. Spine with raised bands. Compartments fully gilt decorated and lettered. Burgundy cloth on boards. Marbled endpapers. Neat previous owners name, dated 1940, on endpaper. Top edge gilt. Original publishers decorated cloth front board and spine are bound in. A little foxing to a few pages at the start and end of the book but overall a bright clean copy in a highly attractive early Bayntun Riviere binding.:
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Book number: 7761
GBP 875.00 [Appr.: EURO 1007.5 US$ 1141.79 | JP¥ 126600]

 
CLARKE. HARRY. ILLUSTRATES.; POE. EDGAR ALLAN.
TALES OF MYSTERY AND IMAGINATION.
Tudor Publishing Company. New York.,1936. REPRINT EDITION. Large 8vo (10.7 x 8.3 inches). Finely illustrated with 8 full colour tipped-in plates, 24 full page mono plates, decorative title page and 26 vignettes, some repeated throughout the book. Top edge with original publishers black stain, the others untrimmed. Black endpapers. A fine, clean copy in publishers black cloth. Black and gold printed onlay to the front board. Spine with gilt lettering and small publishers design. The design gilt is rubbed but the lettering is fine and bright. Remains of the rare original illustrated dustwrapper loosely inserted. Most of it present, if torn and a little creased, apart from the front inner flap, so it could be easily restored if required. Housed in the original publishers black paper covered box with colour plate onlaid to the top. The box is rubbed and a bit bumped to the edges but overall in very good condition. Overall a lovely copy of one of the most powerfull illustrated books of the early twentieth century.:
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Book number: 7968
GBP 450.00 [Appr.: EURO 518.25 US$ 587.21 | JP¥ 65109]

 
ANDERSON. J. H.
THE FRANCO GERMAN WAR. July 15 - September 1, 1870.
Hugh Rees, Ltd. London.,1911. Reprint. 8vo. (8.2 x 5.7 inches). Fifteen fold out plans and large folding map bound at the end. Finely bound in early full red calf binding. Spine with raised bands, each with gilt wavy line. Compartments fully decorated and ruled in gilt. Gren title label, gilt. Boards with double gilt ruled borders. Turn-ins with blind stamped floral design. Marbled endpapers. All edges marbled. Gilt stamped arms of Marlborough College on front board. Prize inscription on the front free endpaper, dated December 1910. A little foxing to the outer margin on a few leaves but overall a very good copy in a fine quality binding.:
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Book number: 7152
GBP 95.00 [Appr.: EURO 109.5 US$ 123.97 | JP¥ 13745]

 
KIRKALDY. ANDRA.
FIFTY YEARS OF GOLF: MY MEMORIES. By Andra Kirkaldy of St. Andrews. Told to Clyde Foster.
T. Fisher Unwin Ltd. London. 1921. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (9 x 6 inches). Illustrated with 21 mono photos on 16 plates. Four pages of adverts at end of book. Neat ink stamp of Kent & Canterbury hospital on the front blank free endpaper but no other stamps or ownership marks. Some light foxing to a few pages but generally a very good, clean copy in the publishers original green cloth with gilt lettering to the spine. Author's facsimile signature in gilt to the front board. Both boards with a blind stamped ruled border. Top edge trimmed, the others not and rough edged. Faint mark to the top of the fronmt board where a paper label has been carefully removed and little rubbing to the edges but overall a very good copy.
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Book number: 9046
GBP 135.00 [Appr.: EURO 155.5 US$ 176.16 | JP¥ 19533]

 
LANG. ANDREW.
BALLADS AND LYRICS OF OLD FRANCE. With Other Poems. - The Old World Series.
Thomas B Mosher. Portland, Maine. 1902. Third Mosher Edition. Limited to 925 copies on Van Gelder paper. Originally published in 1872. 8vo. (7.1 x 3.9 inches). Fine, clean copy in a fine leather binding for Hatchards of London. Contemporary full tan morocco. Spine with raised bands. Compartments double box ruled and pips in gilt. Blind ruling extending onto boards and ending with a floral device around each raised band. Gilt ruled borders, with floral corner pieces and dots on boards. Front board with title in gilt. Triple gilt ruled turn-ins. All edges gilt. Previous owners bookplate to the front paste down endpaper. Some offsetting to the blank endpapers from the leather turn-ins and the bottom corners a little bumped but overall a fine, bright copy in a highly attractive early binding.
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Book number: 9298
GBP 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 288 US$ 326.23 | JP¥ 36172]

 
BANNER. ANGELA.
ANT AND BEE AND THE DOCTOR. Book 11.
Kaye and Ward Ltd. London. 1971. FIRST EDITION. (4.9 x 4 inches). Illustrated in colour throughout by the Author. Original colour illustrated boards. A little rubbing to the edges but overall a very good copy but without the dustwrapper.
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Book number: 9651
GBP 60.00 [Appr.: EURO 69.25 US$ 78.29 | JP¥ 8681]

 
ANGUS. W.(ILLIAM).
THE SEATS OF THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY IN GREAT BRITAIN AND WALES. In a collection of views, engraved by W. Angus. From pictures and drawings by the most eminent artists. With descriptions of each view.
Published by W. Angus. Gwynne's Buildings, Islington. Dated 1787, but actually 1815. . Oblong 4to. (12 x 9.4 inches). A nice wide margined copy with all edges untrimmed. Illustrated with engraved title & 63 engraved views, each with a descriptive leaf of letterpress opposite. Originally issued in 1787 with just 48 views, this re-issued enlarged edition is complete with 63 plates. Good strong impressions of the engravings. In early marbled paper covered boards and with a new spine of burgundy Morocco leather with raised bands. The compartments are ruled and lettered in gilt. With the ex libris bookplate of Winston Churchill's daughter, Mary Spencer - Churchill, mounted onto the inner front board. An attractive series of views of Britain and Wales from the late 18th and early 19th centuries including the Churchill's ancestral home, Blenheim House in Oxfordshire.
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Book number: 9508
GBP 550.00 [Appr.: EURO 633.25 US$ 717.7 | JP¥ 79577]

 
BRONTE. CHARLOTTE. EMILY & ANNE.
THE NOVELS. The Thornton edition.
John Grant. Edinburgh. 1905. FIRST EDITION of the Thornton Edition. 12 VOLUMES. Large 8vo. Includes Mrs Gaskell`s life of Charlotte Bronte. Illustrated throughout with mono plates. All volumes are affected by some foxing to some of the pages but nothing serious and overall this is still a very good set. The whole set has been finely bound in recent half mid brown morocco, spines with raised bands, navy blue title labels, gilt. Spine compartments decorated with gilt. Tan cloth on boards. Top edges gilt, others untrimmed. An attractive set of the most popular edition.
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Book number: 9971
GBP 1450.00 [Appr.: EURO 1669.25 US$ 1892.11 | JP¥ 209795]

 
BEALE. ANNE.
SIMPLICITY AND FASCINATION. Or, Guardians and Wards.
Richard Bentley. London. 1855. FIRST EDITION. 3 volumes. 8vo. (7.2 x 4.5 inches). iv,308; ii,332; ii,356pp. Bound without half titles. A bright and fresh set bound in recent half tan calf. Spines with raised bands, red titles labels, gilt. The compartments lettered, decorated and ruled in gilt. Marbled paper on boards. A bright and clean copy of this scarce title, in recent leather bindings. Not in Sadleir. Wolff 363.
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Book number: 7549
GBP 375.00 [Appr.: EURO 431.75 US$ 489.34 | JP¥ 54257]

 
ANON.
A COMPLETE COLLECTION OF PROTESTS. From the Year M.DC.XLI. (1641) to the present year M.DCCC.XXXVII. (1737).
Printed for W. Webb. London. 1737 . FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (7.9 x 5.1 inches). [12], 352, 351-470 [i.e. 472]p. Pagination is irregular, but the text is continuous and complete. Contemporary binding of full tan calf. Spine with raised bands. Compartments double ruled in gilt. hand written paper title label (probably 19th century) with small area of loss to the top right corner. Boards with double gilt ruled borders. Hinges cracked but still firm. Edges rubbed and bit scuffed but still a tight and well bound copy of this interesting title which describes a Collection of protests made in the House of Lords.
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Book number: 8264
GBP 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 288 US$ 326.23 | JP¥ 36172]

 
ANON.
A Hue and Cry After Part of a Pack of Hounds, Which broke out of Their Kennel in Westminster. To which is added, Modern Characters, By another Hand.
Printed for F. Style. London. 1739. FIRST, AND ONLY, EDITION. 8vo. Front wrapper, ii,28pp. Lacking the half title but with the rare printed front wrapper (showing the price of Six Pence) laid down and bound in. Text complete. Top edge of pages have been cut and gilded, the others are untrimmed. Pages a bit marked and rubbed but overall a very good example. The original front wrapper has some small areas of loss to the edges and corners and has been professionally laid down. Bound in modern half red crushed morocco by C. Walters. Spine with raised bands, ruled in blind. Compartments lettered in gilt. Boards with dark red cloth. Burgundy endpapers. Previous owners bookplate (Douglas Peter Crossman, Earl Stonham) on front pastedown endpaper. Overall a very good copy of this uncommon political satire, mocking the supporters of George II and Prince James Stuart, the Old pretender. Not in Halkett & Laing.
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Book number: 7194
GBP 135.00 [Appr.: EURO 155.5 US$ 176.16 | JP¥ 19533]

 
ANON. (CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY JOURNAL).
THE INDIVIDUAL.
W. H. Smith. Cambridge. 1837 - 37. Privately published Journal. 15 Issues, all published. Number 1 : Tuesday Oct 25, 1836 to Number 15, Tuesday March 14, 1837. Small 4to. (7.3 x 4.6 inches). Each weekly issue printed on different coloured paper. Finely bound in early full red calf. Lavish gilt decoration to boards and spine, gilt board edges and inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, original silk page marker. Marbled endpapers. Some overall wear but still a handsome and a rare item. A collection of verse and humorous prose by undergraduates of Cambridge University, including the following advice in a section of Hints to Freshmen; 'Make a fool or a blackguard of yourself as much as lies in your power; but if you cannot be a good blackguard, be a fool; it is much easier, and equally if not more expensive'.
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Book number: 9929
GBP 375.00 [Appr.: EURO 431.75 US$ 489.34 | JP¥ 54257]

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