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KAMPEN,ALBERT VON
FIFTEEN MAPS ILLUSTRATING CAESAR's GALLIC WAR by Albert Von Kampen. Edited by James S.Stallybrass
London, Swan Sonnenschein & Allen/Cambridge Macmillan & Co. Dublin Hodges,Foster & Figgis 2nd edition 1880 Hand colored maps 13 of 15 (mostly in outline & with opposing forces' camps marked) . Oblong quarto original boards but without their cloth covering. Titlepage +(15 leaves incl.Preface & contents + leaves of text + 13 maps 1 leaf of adverts. A leaf of text accompanies each map, those for Octodurus + Pons in Rheno which lack the maps have also had the text removed. Three maps have been cut down to the plate mark and mounted professionally, a few others have slightly rough edges. *The text is condensed from the results of latest researches and examined in the light of the French Military Staff maps of the regions.
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Book number: V67349
GBP 13.00 [Appr.: EURO 14.5 US$ 16.19 | JP„ 1751]
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Keywords: Caesar's wars France maps

 A'KEMPIS, THOMAS (1380-1471) ITALIAN VERSION BY J. GERSON, DELL' IMITAZIONE DI CRISTO DI TOMASO DE KEMPIS, Canonico Regol. Volgarmente intitolato Gio: Gersone.
A'KEMPIS, THOMAS (1380-1471) ITALIAN VERSION BY J. GERSON
DELL' IMITAZIONE DI CRISTO DI TOMASO DE KEMPIS, Canonico Regol. Volgarmente intitolato Gio: Gersone.
Lucca, per i Marescand[oli]. 1709 from imprimatur Printer's mark woodcut on titlepage + a few decorated small intials and a few printer's ornaments as headpieces. . Small 12mo vellum (head and foot of spine worn/some marks but neat and tight) 454pp + privilege leaf dated 1709. Two small holes to blank endpaper & titlepage leaving the attributed name as G*RSO*E (privilege leaf mentions Gerson also). Some edge dusting but mainly to endpapers and first and last pages. Print very clear and legible.
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Book number: V64598
GBP 148.00 [Appr.: EURO 164.75 US$ 184.31 | JP„ 19936]
Catalogue: Antiquarian
Keywords: religious classic
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V64598.jpg A'KEMPIS, THOMAS (1380-1471) ITALIAN VERSION BY J. GERSON, DELL' IMITAZIONE DI CRISTO DI TOMASO DE KEMPIS, Canonico Regol. Volgarmente intitolato Gio: Gersone. 

 KIRBY, W. F., EUROPEAN BUTTERFLIES AND MOTHS With 61 Coloured Plates based on Berge's "Schmetterlingsbuch"
KIRBY, W. F.
EUROPEAN BUTTERFLIES AND MOTHS With 61 Coloured Plates based on Berge's "Schmetterlingsbuch"
London, Cassell and Company, Limited 1898 Hand-coloured plates (52 of 61) + 1 uncoloured plate. . Quarto half green calf (cover detached and spine leather missing all but label) lacks 9 plates and approx 8 text leaves. The lovely plates with flowers/plants among the butterflies and caterpillars would make fine frameable plates.
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Book number: V58598
GBP 170.00 [Appr.: EURO 189.25 US$ 211.7 | JP„ 22899]
Catalogue: Antiquarian
Keywords: butterfly hand colored plates
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V58598.jpg KIRBY, W. F., EUROPEAN BUTTERFLIES AND MOTHS With 61 Coloured Plates based on Berge's "Schmetterlingsbuch" 

 KIRCHHOFF,A. TRANSLATED BY GEORGE PHILIP JR. DEPICTED BY H. LEUTEMANN, GRAPHIC PICTURES OF NATIVE LIFE in Distant Lands. Illustrating the Typical Races of Mankind. Depicted by H.Leutemann .. Printed by G. Loewensohn, Fuerth.
KIRCHHOFF,A. TRANSLATED BY GEORGE PHILIP JR. DEPICTED BY H. LEUTEMANN
GRAPHIC PICTURES OF NATIVE LIFE in Distant Lands. Illustrating the Typical Races of Mankind. Depicted by H.Leutemann .. Printed by G. Loewensohn, Fuerth.
London, George Philip & Son 1888 Doublepage chromolithographs (12). . 11.5 x 7.8 inches green pictorial cloth [Japanese scene] on beveled boards (rebacked with cloth rather faded/rubbed & corners quite worn) All Edges Gilt. Half title + titlepage + contents leaf + 54pp + plates on stubs. Aborigines of Australia +Papuas +Polynesians + Eskimo (corner loss & 2 clean tears with no loss) + American Indians + Hottentots & bushmen (torn mainly along fold) +Negroes +Nubians +Arabs +Indians +Chinese (tape repair to fold) +Japanese (tear to fold without loss). The paper is a bit brittle and there are some other tears but not touching printed or picture area. Some tanning towards edges and new endpapers. Each of the plates has about ten large figures figures hunting, cooking among their houses, fishing from boats, merchants selling. For example Japan shows a village square with a Temple, people watching acrobats, drummer wearing a mask, lady with children etc. American Indians are shown hunting, digging manioc, shooting turtles from canoes, on horseback with baby in cradle and loading pack animals with Guanaco skins among their tents, hammocks etc.
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Book number: V69768
GBP 132.00 [Appr.: EURO 147 US$ 164.38 | JP„ 17781]
Catalogue: Antiquarian
Keywords: travel world ethnicity races lifestyle Victorian chromolith plates
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V69768.jpg KIRCHHOFF,A. TRANSLATED BY GEORGE PHILIP JR. DEPICTED BY H. LEUTEMANN, GRAPHIC PICTURES OF NATIVE LIFE in Distant Lands. Illustrating the Typical Races of Mankind. Depicted by H.Leutemann .. Printed by G. Loewensohn, Fuerth. 

 KIRCHMANN, JOHAN OF LUBECK (1575-1643) AND NICOLAS RICAULT, DE FUNERIBUS ROMANORUM Libri Quatuor .. Accessit & FUNUS PARASITICUM Nicolai Rigaltii [bound with Kirchmann's] DE ANNULIS Liber Singularis.
KIRCHMANN, JOHAN OF LUBECK (1575-1643) AND NICOLAS RICAULT
DE FUNERIBUS ROMANORUM Libri Quatuor .. Accessit & FUNUS PARASITICUM Nicolai Rigaltii [bound with Kirchmann's] DE ANNULIS Liber Singularis.
Frankfurt, Thomas Henr. Hauenstein 4th edition 1672 . Three Works in one Volume, small octavo marbled roan on five raised bands, spine extra gilt with floral compartments with red gilt spine label (edges & corners worn/spine ends chipped). General title in red & black +[22]pp prelims +Ricault's FUNUS PARASITICUM 22pp (with separate titlepage dated 1672) bound here when it probably should be at the end + 489pp +[35]pp +[2]pp blank); red & black titlepage to DE ANNULIS with mask woodcut to title +[14]pp +184pp +[21]pp index. Sporadic browningthroughout but text otherise clean and complete. *The first work describes various Roman funeral ceremonies, burial customs, obituary etc. the second work everything on Roman rings. Text in Latin.
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Book number: V73550
GBP 220.00 [Appr.: EURO 245 US$ 273.97 | JP„ 29634]
Catalogue: Antiquarian
Keywords: funeral ceremonies Roman rings Latin
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V73550.jpg KIRCHMANN, JOHAN OF LUBECK (1575-1643) AND NICOLAS RICAULT, DE FUNERIBUS ROMANORUM Libri Quatuor .. Accessit & FUNUS PARASITICUM Nicolai Rigaltii [bound with Kirchmann's] DE ANNULIS Liber Singularis. 

 KNIGHT, CHARLES (1791-1873) EDITOR, LONDON
KNIGHT, CHARLES (1791-1873) EDITOR
LONDON
London, Charles Knight and Co. 1841-1844 Frontispiece + 649 engravings throughout the text by Fairholt, Landseer, Shepherd, Dickes, Harvey, Corbould et al. . 6 volumes large octavo tan half calf, gilt raised spine bands with red & black spine labels (1 label missing, tips worn, 1 volume rebacked with old spine relaid, somewhat rubbed but all covers well attached) xx +iv +444pp, xx +416pp, xx +400pp, xx +400pp, xxiv +400pp, xxiv +402pp. The chapters such as education in London, the Old Jewry, Military London, Railway terminals, Charities, museums etc are by various authors (inc. J.C. Platt, J.Saunders, F.W. Fairholt, J.R. Planche“, W. Weir, G.L. Craik and the editor). A tight neat copy. *Note extra shipping charge for 6 vols.
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Book number: V10272
GBP 66.00 [Appr.: EURO 73.5 US$ 82.19 | JP„ 8890]
Catalogue: Antiquarian
Keywords: London history topography
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V10272.jpg KNIGHT, CHARLES (1791-1873) EDITOR, LONDON 

 KORNMANN,HENRY, ENUCLEATAE QUAESTIONES Complectentes perjucundum Tractatum De VIRGINUM STATU AC JURE [Brief Questions including a very pleasant discussion of the status & rights of Virgins] ..
KORNMANN,HENRY
ENUCLEATAE QUAESTIONES Complectentes perjucundum Tractatum De VIRGINUM STATU AC JURE [Brief Questions including a very pleasant discussion of the status & rights of Virgins] ..
Nuremberg (Norimbergae), Johann Zieger 1679 . Duodecimo black roan gilt and blindstamped with 5 raised bands blind-tooled and compartments gilt (one hinge splitting but holding/tips worn & scuffed) All Edges Gilt. Fine armorial bookplate on pastedown of Robert Marquess of Crewe. Titlepage +[22]pp prliminaries +284pp (? lacking 2 blanks after Finis). *First published in 1610 under the title Sibylla Trygandriana seu De Virginitate. Because this work deals with sexual, medical and occult matters it was an immediate success. Several editions were published with false imprints but this is not one of the pirated editions. A treatise on women & virgins as regarded by law and their status based on classical & theological writings, superstitious beliefs & occult practices. In 140 chapters each starting with a question which is then answered.
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Book number: V71095
GBP 198.00 [Appr.: EURO 220.5 US$ 246.57 | JP„ 26671]
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Keywords: women virgins virginity legal medical occult
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V71095.jpg KORNMANN,HENRY, ENUCLEATAE QUAESTIONES Complectentes perjucundum Tractatum De VIRGINUM STATU AC JURE [Brief Questions including a very pleasant discussion of the status & rights of Virgins] .. 

 LAMY, J.P. (EDITS) GOTTFRIED MIND (1768-1814), OEUVRE DE GEOFROI MIND de Berne receuilli de différens Cabinets particuliers et publié par J.P. Lamy, Editeur d'Arts à Berne et Bâle. Livraison accompagnée d'une Notice historique er biographique du Peintre.
LAMY, J.P. (EDITS) GOTTFRIED MIND (1768-1814)
OEUVRE DE GEOFROI MIND de Berne receuilli de différens Cabinets particuliers et publié par J.P. Lamy, Editeur d'Arts à Berne et Bâle. Livraison accompagnée d'une Notice historique er biographique du Peintre.
Berne, Basle & Lausanne, J.P. Lamy 1816 approx (no date given) Hand-coloured aquatints (12) of children by Geofroi Mind engr. by [Ernst] Rauch mounted on printed titled brown art paper all but one with diamond or oval embossed blindstamp L.(Lamy) or JPL. . Oblong quarto red roan with green diamond shaped onlay gilt, titled JEUX D'ENFANTS DE MIND, later red cloth slip case (spine, corners & some parts of rear board repaired with leather & near matching gilt edge tooling) recased with new endpapers & large engraved label of Lamy laid down on older Free EP. Titlepage with stipple engraved vignette of Mind and his cat at work +[2]pp Foreword +[6]pp Life of Mind +12 plates mounted within rules with "Jeu d'Enfants Bernois, Mind del. & Rauch sc." on each and owner of the original picture on most. *This collection of 12 aquatints is the most charming of four published by Lamy and identical to the 3rd MIND-3 in the Helvetic Archives Gugelmann collection. They are: 1) Two boys and sled, no owner listed (black edge smudged into part of white of picture); 2) Girl riding on a boy with whip, Mr. Sigmond Wagner; 3) Four boys playing soldiers, owner as 2 (black edge smudged into mount only away from picture); 4) Boy riding goat, owner as 2 (outer edge of brown mount has minor tissue adhesion); 5) Line of 8 children, Comte Uxbridge; 6) Eleven children passing under a bridge made by 4 girls holding cloth, owner as 6; 7) Six sitting children pulled up by another & one watching, owner as 6 (small break-through at embossed stamp); 8) See-saw (Schaukeln), owner as 6 (only one without blindstamp); 9) Game of marbles, owner as 6 (2 corners torn where glued down without loss); 10) Whipping-tops with 9 children & dog (Kreiselspiel), owner as 6 (some light finger marks on white area 2cm old tear repaired without loss); 11) Girl in middle of circle, owner as 6 (sl. Crooked ?replaced on mount); 12) Ten children playing King of the Castle, Mr. J.J. Bacofen. Scarce complete set as published by Lamy in this collection, charming Berner Trachten, lively scenes of play.
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Book number: V68609
GBP 2530.00 [Appr.: EURO 2815.75 US$ 3150.63 | JP„ 340793]
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Keywords: Swiss Bernese artist Gottfried Mind
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V68609.jpg LAMY, J.P. (EDITS) GOTTFRIED MIND (1768-1814), OEUVRE DE GEOFROI MIND de Berne receuilli de différens Cabinets particuliers et publié par J.P. Lamy, Editeur d'Arts à Berne et Bâle. Livraison accompagnée d'une Notice historique er biographique du Peintre. 

 LAPIDE,CORNELIO CORNELII A (VAN DEN STEEN OU LA PIERRE), COMMENTARII IN CANTICUM CANTICORUM
LAPIDE,CORNELIO CORNELII A (VAN DEN STEEN OU LA PIERRE)
COMMENTARII IN CANTICUM CANTICORUM
Lugduni, Jacob & Peter Prost Brothers 1st first edition 1637 Large copperplate printers mark on Titlepage + 2 emblematic woodcuts (repeats) + foliated and tail pieces. . Folio contemporary blindstamped pig with 2 working clasps with central emblem within floriated concentric panels on 5 raised bands beveled wooden boards old paper titling label bands painted black (old if not even original) (some rubbing/staining but in very good condition) Titlepages in red and black +[14pp] =foreword & approbations 492pp +[26pp] The book is in such good state that aside from neat ownership Capucinorum Tubij, in which monastary it seems to have been for a long time having an early hand written, with a later rubber stamp of the same and also a printed strip tipped to below imprint date for the same, there are no other marks. *One of Lapide's commentaries on the books of the Old Testament. Only St.Paul & Pentateuch were published while he was still in Belgium, he was then called to Rome where he was Professor of Hebrew and Scripture and where he spent the last 20 years teaching and editing his commentaries until his death in 1637. This, as several of his other works were only published after his death and then were in almost continual print as "They explain not only the literal, but also the allegorical, tropological, and anagogical sense of the sacred text, and furnish a large number of quotations from the Fathers and the later interpreters of Holy Writ" [Catholic Encyc.]
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Book number: V68779
GBP 380.00 [Appr.: EURO 423 US$ 473.22 | JP„ 51186]
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Keywords: religion Bible commentaries Song of Songs Solomon First edition.
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V68779.jpg LAPIDE,CORNELIO CORNELII A (VAN DEN STEEN OU LA PIERRE), COMMENTARII IN CANTICUM CANTICORUM 

 LAW,WILLIAM (1686-1761), REMARKS UPON A LATE BOOK, ENTITULED, THE FABLE OF THE BEES, or Private Vices, Publick Benefits. In a Letter to the Author. To which is added, A Postscript, containing an Observation or two upon Mr. Bayle.
LAW,WILLIAM (1686-1761)
REMARKS UPON A LATE BOOK, ENTITULED, THE FABLE OF THE BEES, or Private Vices, Publick Benefits. In a Letter to the Author. To which is added, A Postscript, containing an Observation or two upon Mr. Bayle.
London, William & John Innys the West-end of St.Paul's 1726 Decorative headpiece of St. Paul's. . Octavo roan gilt ruled on 5 raised bands (rebacked /tips worn) Titlepage +106pp + [4]pp Innys' book list. Inner hinge strengthened else a very neat clean tight edition. *An attack on Bernard de Mandeville's Fables of the Bees dealing with Vices & ethics of the time. This is the third edition (first was 1724) with the 1762 edition by a different publisher wrongly also called the third.
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Book number: V72224
GBP 187.00 [Appr.: EURO 208.25 US$ 232.87 | JP„ 25189]
Catalogue: Antiquarian
Keywords: ethics vices fable bees morality
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V72224.jpg LAW,WILLIAM (1686-1761), REMARKS UPON A LATE BOOK, ENTITULED, THE FABLE OF THE BEES, or Private Vices, Publick Benefits. In a Letter to the Author. To which is added, A Postscript, containing an Observation or two upon Mr. Bayle. 

 I.P.P.L. [JEAN-PAUL PERRIN] TRANSLATED BY SAMSON LENNARD, LUTHERS FORE-RUNNERS: or, A Cloud of Witnesses, Deposing for the Protestant faith. Gathered together in the Historie of the Waldenses: Who for diuers hundred yeares before Luther successiuely opposed Popery, professed the truth of the Gospell, and sealed it with their bloud ... Diuided into three parts. The first concernes their originall beginning ... The second containes the historie of the Waldenses called Albingenses. The third concerneth the doctrine and discipline which hath bene common amongst them, and the confutation of the doctrine of their aduersaries.
I.P.P.L. [JEAN-PAUL PERRIN] TRANSLATED BY SAMSON LENNARD
LUTHERS FORE-RUNNERS: or, A Cloud of Witnesses, Deposing for the Protestant faith. Gathered together in the Historie of the Waldenses: Who for diuers hundred yeares before Luther successiuely opposed Popery, professed the truth of the Gospell, and sealed it with their bloud ... Diuided into three parts. The first concernes their originall beginning ... The second containes the historie of the Waldenses called Albingenses. The third concerneth the doctrine and discipline which hath bene common amongst them, and the confutation of the doctrine of their aduersaries.
London, Nathanael Newbery 1624 . Small quarto calf rebacked with old spine label laid on and recornered (one corner again worn). Titlepage in red & black + [12]pp prelims +66pp +[2]pp omitted earlier +144pp +143pp +103pp. Titlepage with professional repair to three corners & next page and last page with similar repairs. Second book with one page of old hand written notes interpolated. New endpapers but retaining a blank before the title and bookplate of Earls of Dacre. A few ink corrections and two ink spots but only about 6 pages are affected. A neat copy in original binding with later repairs.
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Book number: V72907
GBP 525.00 [Appr.: EURO 584.25 US$ 653.79 | JP„ 70718]
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Keywords: religion Protestant Waldenses Lollards Albigensians
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V72907.jpg I.P.P.L. [JEAN-PAUL PERRIN] TRANSLATED BY SAMSON LENNARD, LUTHERS FORE-RUNNERS: or, A Cloud of Witnesses, Deposing for the Protestant faith. Gathered together in the Historie of the Waldenses: Who for diuers hundred yeares before Luther successiuely opposed Popery, professed the truth of the Gospell, and sealed it with their bloud ... Diuided into three parts. The first concernes their originall beginning ... The second containes the historie of the Waldenses called Albingenses. The third concerneth the doctrine and discipline which hath bene common amongst them, and the confutation of the doctrine of their aduersaries. 

 LESGUILLON, HERMANCE (AND OTHERS), COURONNE POETIQUE DE NAPOLEON Hommage de la Poesie a la Gloire.
LESGUILLON, HERMANCE (AND OTHERS)
COURONNE POETIQUE DE NAPOLEON Hommage de la Poesie a la Gloire.
Paris, Amyot 1840 Engraved frontis of Napoleon by Breviere. . Octavo calf gilt decorated spine gilt ownership stamp to front cover "N.-V.-P. POIRIN 5 Mai 1842" with double ruled gilt lines to both covers (corners worn to tips/spine sunned/lower cover bit marked but a handsome and sound binding) All Edges Gilt. Frontis + viii + 316pp including index. Pale mark of former damp to gutter, green silk bookmark still attached to headband, pastedowns with tan and orange marks but lacking free endpapers. *Twenty-four poems by poets in reply to an appeal to raise a literary monument to Napoleon.
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Book number: V64346
GBP 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 22.5 US$ 24.91 | JP„ 2694]
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Keywords: poetry French France Napoleon
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V64346.jpg LESGUILLON, HERMANCE (AND OTHERS), COURONNE POETIQUE DE NAPOLEON Hommage de la Poesie a la Gloire. 

 SOCIETE DE GENS DE LETTRES [ACCORDING TO BRITISH LIBRARY BY J.P. GALLAIS WITH ANOTHER], HISTOIRE DE NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE depuis sa Naissance, en 1769, jusqu'a sa Translation a l'Ile Sainte-Helene, en 1815. Tome Second [Vol.2 ONLY in two parts].
SOCIETE DE GENS DE LETTRES [ACCORDING TO BRITISH LIBRARY BY J.P. GALLAIS WITH ANOTHER]
HISTOIRE DE NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE depuis sa Naissance, en 1769, jusqu'a sa Translation a l'Ile Sainte-Helene, en 1815. Tome Second [Vol.2 ONLY in two parts].
Paris, L.G. Michaud 1817 Frontispiece portrait (Cambacérčs author of the Napoleonic Code) engraved by Mme Soyer. . Volume II (of IV) octavo original lilac PAPER WRAPS with printed spine label. Completely uncut & unopened 176pp + 5-166pp. This volume covers Campaigns in Egypt and Italy to 1808 & includes his naming as Emperor. French texts in original pre-binding wrappers were sold in this condition in France at that time for binding by the customer. Slight splitting to foot & hinges of wrap, faint damp-marks to a few pages at the beginning. *An interesting contemporary account with a probable half title and another leaf at the start of Part 2 missing? Books like this in uncut wide margined condition are scarce.
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Book number: V6937
GBP 18.00 [Appr.: EURO 20.25 US$ 22.42 | JP„ 2425]
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Keywords: biography history Napoleon France
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V6937.jpg SOCIETE DE GENS DE LETTRES [ACCORDING TO BRITISH LIBRARY BY J.P. GALLAIS WITH ANOTHER], HISTOIRE DE NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE depuis sa Naissance, en 1769, jusqu'a sa Translation a l'Ile Sainte-Helene, en 1815. Tome Second [Vol.2 ONLY in two parts]. 

 
LEVER, CHARLES (1806-1872) WRITING AS HARRY LORREQUER (PHIZ ILLUSTRATIONS)
CHARLES O'MALLEY, the Irish Dragoon edited by Harry Lorrequer
Dublin Ireland, William Curry Jun. & Co. 1842 Plates(42 + 2 Engraved TP correct as listed) by Phiz. . Two Volumes octavo half calf gilt spine overall gilt with 4 gilt labels one red one darker (1cm split to foot of one hinge/damage to one volume's labels/lower board of vol.2 distorted) ix+(5)+348pp vii+336pp. Sold as a reading copy only in a binding that looks great on the shelf because many plates have a damp stain and some foxing but the text except for fewer than a dozen pages is entirely free from foxing/staining. A neat set.
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Book number: V67934
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LEVER, CHARLES (1806-1872) (ILLUSTRATED BY PHIZ)
DAVENPORT DUNN: A Man of Our Day. With illustration by Phiz.
London, Chapman & Hall 1st first edition in book form 1859 Frontispiece + engraved TP + 42 plates (total 44) by Phiz. . Octavo plum gilt roan (one hinge cracked/ head&foot of spine chipped & worn/spine faded/tips worn) vii+[i] +595pp. Inscription on FEP and 1" tear to one plate, with old repair, and faint corner damp marking to a few others never near to printed area. *Unlike Dickens' novels, also Phiz illustated and published by this publisher, this work seems to have been printed on less acid paper as it is not so prone to foxing. Here minor signs of use but minimal foxing/browning.
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Book number: V68053
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Keywords: Irish novel humour

 
LEVER, CHARLES (1806-1872) (PHIZ ILLUSTRATIONS)
OUR MESS Vol.I JACK HINTON, The GUARDSMAN
Dublin, William Curry Jun. & Co. 1st edition 1843 Steel Plates (27 including portrait of Lever) by Phiz. . Volume I complete in itself but further adventures of Our Mess are recounted in TOM BURKE (qv). Octavo half calf, gilt spine in compartments with 4 foliated corners and central design to each (tips bit worn/slight scuffing/rubbing/Lower board bowed) x+[4]+396pp. *Sold as a Binding - looks very handsome on the shelf but the plates are heavily foxed (as frequently) and a few pages and plate at the end are stained but legible. The rest of the text is almost entirely white. Reading copy in a handsome binding.
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Book number: V67936
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 LEVER, CHARLES (1806-1872) (HARRY LORREQUER), TOM BURKE of "Ours" with numerous illustrations on steel, by H.K. Browne. In Two Volumes. Vol.I [Vol.II]
LEVER, CHARLES (1806-1872) (HARRY LORREQUER)
TOM BURKE of "Ours" with numerous illustrations on steel, by H.K. Browne. In Two Volumes. Vol.I [Vol.II]
Dublin, William Curry, Jun. 1st edition 1844 Steel engraved plates (42 +2 frontispieces) by H.K. Browne. . 2 volumes leather-cloth spines repaired with marbled boards (edges rubbed) xii +372pp, x +294pp. Ownership E.F. Oldham in pencil to endpapers. One leaf torn with old repair using tissue & still quite readable, last leaf of vol.I with marginal repairs without loss, 3 corners torn off but only one affecting printed area with loss of end letters of 3 words. Extensive foxing/browning of plates, as usual.
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Book number: V73949
GBP 28.00 [Appr.: EURO 31.25 US$ 34.87 | JP„ 3772]
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Keywords: fiction Napoleon
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V73949.jpg LEVER, CHARLES (1806-1872) (HARRY LORREQUER), TOM BURKE of "Ours" with numerous illustrations on steel, by H.K. Browne. In Two Volumes. Vol.I [Vol.II] 

 LITTLETON, ADAM (1627-1694), SIXTY ONE SERMONS PREACHED MOSTLY ON PUBLICK OCCASIONS; Whereof Five formerly Printed. By Adam Littleton, D.D. Rector of Chelsey in Middlesex, and One of his Majesties Chaplains in Ordinary. With a Table.
LITTLETON, ADAM (1627-1694)
SIXTY ONE SERMONS PREACHED MOSTLY ON PUBLICK OCCASIONS; Whereof Five formerly Printed. By Adam Littleton, D.D. Rector of Chelsey in Middlesex, and One of his Majesties Chaplains in Ordinary. With a Table.
London, S. Roycroft for Richard Marriott. 1680 . Folio contemporary calf with newer label (spine repaired with old spine relaid/recornered but some surface pitting).TP +(14p=Preface & table of texts) +352pp TP +328pp TP +102pp (!0p= Scripture texts) +(52p=Index +(1p=errata verso blank) First titlepage in red and black + 4 further titlepages dated 1679 one of which is within thru pagination) Free endpapers with fine calligraphic ownership dated 1770 surrounded by Biblical inscriptions but endpaper restored to all margins and hinge. Both front and back pastedowns marked, lacks rear free endpaper but final leaf of text (errata) is blank on rear except for ownerships which have ink show-through to the errata on the recto of **Mmm(4). Book block with some marginal browning and a few marks but wide margins, and tightly bound sound condition.
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Book number: V73264
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https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V73264.jpg LITTLETON, ADAM (1627-1694), SIXTY ONE SERMONS PREACHED MOSTLY ON PUBLICK OCCASIONS; Whereof Five formerly Printed. By Adam Littleton, D.D. Rector of Chelsey in Middlesex, and One of his Majesties Chaplains in Ordinary. With a Table. 

 LLOYD, J.C. (OWNER AND PURCHASER), FISHING FLY WALLET and Actual portfolio of flies
LLOYD, J.C. (OWNER AND PURCHASER)
FISHING FLY WALLET and Actual portfolio of flies
Oxford, purchassed at Oxford Easter 1900 1900 . 185x110 leather wallet with vellum & felt leaves with pockets. Approx 40 made up fly lures the last opening giving dates of fish/weights etc. between 1900 and 1941. Soiled and used with three gusseted pockets inside the covers of the folder + 11 vellum "leaves" with many slaps and pockets. Lacking the leather wallet ties.
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Book number: V74141
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Keywords: fishing fly tying Victorian sport
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V74141.jpg LLOYD, J.C. (OWNER AND PURCHASER), FISHING FLY WALLET and Actual portfolio of flies 

 
LOFTIE,W.J. (ILLUSTRATED BY T.L. ROWBOTHAM)
ENGLISH LAKE SCENERY from original drawings.. With Archaeological, Historical, Poetical, and Descriptive Notes
London, Marcus Ward & Co. 1st edition 1875 Chromolith plates tipped in (5 of 6)+ wood cuts by T.L. Rowbotham . Small quarto green gilt cloth with large but darkened chromolith onlay and beveled boards (tips worn/ darkened and rubbed to gilt but quite sound) All Edges Gilt 114pp +catalogue which lists this work as "just published". Clean and without foxing. A similar Scottish and Welsh volume was also issued.
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 LOMEIER,JOHANN, DE VETERUM GENTILIUM LUSTRATIONIBUS SYNTAGMA.
LOMEIER,JOHANN
DE VETERUM GENTILIUM LUSTRATIONIBUS SYNTAGMA.
Ultajecti (ie Utrecht), Franciscus Halma 1681 Fine fullpage illustration of ceremonies by Joh. van den Avele. . Quarto contemporary calf on 5 raised bands spine gilt and with spine label (top cover nearly detached/lacks top and part of bottom spine compartment/tips worn) Engraved titlepage + Printed titlepage with large woodcut printer's mark +[4]pp dedication +[8]pp to the reader + 371pp +[1]p errata +[11]pp index + blank. One small worm hole to 3 leaves but only in the margin not affecting any print, otherwise clean crisp copy. *Lustration, atonement and purification rites such as ceremonial washing, sacrifices & other customs of worship of ancient peoples. Text in Latin with quotations and examples in Greek and Hebrew.
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https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V70301.jpg LOMEIER,JOHANN, DE VETERUM GENTILIUM LUSTRATIONIBUS SYNTAGMA. 

 LOUTH, WILLIAM (1660-1732), A VINDICATION OF THE DIVINE AUTHORITY and Inspiration of the Old and New Testament .. In Answer to a Treatise lately Translated out of French, Entitled, Five Letters concerning the Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures, By William Lowth, B.D. Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Winchester. The Second Edition, with Amendments. By William Lowth, B.D. Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Winchester. The Second Edition, with Amendments, and a New Preface ..
LOUTH, WILLIAM (1660-1732)
A VINDICATION OF THE DIVINE AUTHORITY and Inspiration of the Old and New Testament .. In Answer to a Treatise lately Translated out of French, Entitled, Five Letters concerning the Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures, By William Lowth, B.D. Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Winchester. The Second Edition, with Amendments. By William Lowth, B.D. Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Winchester. The Second Edition, with Amendments, and a New Preface ..
London, William Horton for John Wilmot (in Oxford) 2nd edition 1699 . Small octavo contemporary calf with double gilt rule to covers on 5 raised bands with damaged spine label (top cover very tenuously held/tips worn/leather scratched) [48]pp prelims +258pp (recte 256 as numbers 65&66 are missed out but text & catchword follow on). Newer endpapers, prelims and towards the end with mainly marginal dampmarks. *Written "in Answer to a Treatise lately Translated out of French, Entitled, Five Letters concerning the Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures". Text in English with quotations and examples in Latin, Greek & Hebrew with printed marginal notes. This second edition, "with amendments, and a new preface, wherein the antiquity of the Pentateuch is asserted, and vindicated from some late objections" (WING L3331).
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Book number: V73577
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https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V73577.jpg LOUTH, WILLIAM (1660-1732), A VINDICATION OF THE DIVINE AUTHORITY and Inspiration of the Old and New Testament .. In Answer to a Treatise lately Translated out of French, Entitled, Five Letters concerning the Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures, By William Lowth, B.D. Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Winchester. The Second Edition, with Amendments. By William Lowth, B.D. Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Winchester. The Second Edition, with Amendments, and a New Preface .. 

 LUCKOMBE, PHILIP (D.1803) BUT NOT NAMED] WITH PLATES FROM BOOKS BY DR. CHARLES SMITH, THE COMPLEAT IRISH TRAVELLER containing A general Description of the most Noted Cities, Towns, Seats, Buildings, Loughs &c. in the Kingdom of Ireland, Interspersed with Observations on the Manners, Customs, Antiquities, Curiosities and Natural History of that Country. Vol. I. Illustrated with Elegant Copper Plates.
LUCKOMBE, PHILIP (D.1803) BUT NOT NAMED] WITH PLATES FROM BOOKS BY DR. CHARLES SMITH
THE COMPLEAT IRISH TRAVELLER containing A general Description of the most Noted Cities, Towns, Seats, Buildings, Loughs &c. in the Kingdom of Ireland, Interspersed with Observations on the Manners, Customs, Antiquities, Curiosities and Natural History of that Country. Vol. I. Illustrated with Elegant Copper Plates.
London, Printed for the proprietors and Sold by the Booksellers price 14s. Bound. 1788 Copperplates (18 + engraved titlepage with Irish view) inc. 8 large folding plates & maps by Charles Smith (1715?-1762) and Anthony Chearnley, engraved by Giles King, S. Octavo leather spined dark green papered boards with paper title label (rebacked & recornered) 188pp last leaf lacking but supplied in MS facsimile. Six leaves with central brown stain, map of Waterford with paper repairs to blank verso, otherwise remarkably clean and tight. *Includes 8 beautifully engraved large folding views of Waterford, Dungarvan, Youghal, Cork, Kinsale & Lismore and large folding maps of Waterford & Cork, evidently printed from the original plates of Charles Smith's Histories of Waterford and of Cork (1746, 1774). Very scarce - only 4 copies have appeared at auction in the last 30 years, and this copy of Vol I has more plates than all but one of the 2-volume sets listed by ABPC. Collates as Vol I of the same edition in Trinity College Dublin, which also has the plates from Smith's Histories. The second volume was shorter, only 74pp and up to 6 plates (cf. ESTC T85086 which like this is only Vol I, but T85086 has only 7 single and 3 double page plates so 8 less than this and the Trinity College Dublin copy).
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Book number: V74140
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https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V74140.jpg LUCKOMBE, PHILIP (D.1803) BUT NOT NAMED] WITH PLATES FROM BOOKS BY DR. CHARLES SMITH, THE COMPLEAT IRISH TRAVELLER containing A general Description of the most Noted Cities, Towns, Seats, Buildings, Loughs &c. in the Kingdom of Ireland, Interspersed with Observations on the Manners, Customs, Antiquities, Curiosities and Natural History of that Country. Vol. I. Illustrated with Elegant Copper Plates. 

 LYDON,A.F., GEMS FROM THE POETS
LYDON,A.F.
GEMS FROM THE POETS
London, Swan Sonnenschein 4th edition 1885 Color printed woodengraved plates (29 including TP) by Benjamin Fawcett . Tall octavo 266x175mm red gilt cloth (tips rubbed & slightly turned-in) All Edges Gilt 61pgs a few edges proud & front hinge pulled else V.G. with minor foxing mainly to blank areas & with prize bookplate on FEP (illustrated in McLean p204 cf.Friedman p38).
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https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V11551.jpg LYDON,A.F., GEMS FROM THE POETS 

 LYSER (OR LEYSER), JOHANN 1631-1684] HERE UNDER PSEUDONYM THEOPHILUS ALETHEUS, POLYGAMIA TRIUMPHATRIX, Id est Discursus Politicus DE POLYGAMIA Auctore Theophil Aletheo, cum Notis Athanasii Vincentii, Omnibus Anti-Polygamis ubique locorum, terrarum, insularum, pagorum, urbium, modeste` & pie` opposita.
LYSER (OR LEYSER), JOHANN 1631-1684] HERE UNDER PSEUDONYM THEOPHILUS ALETHEUS
POLYGAMIA TRIUMPHATRIX, Id est Discursus Politicus DE POLYGAMIA Auctore Theophil Aletheo, cum Notis Athanasii Vincentii, Omnibus Anti-Polygamis ubique locorum, terrarum, insularum, pagorum, urbium, modeste` & pie` opposita.
Londini Scanorum(ie Lund in Sweden) but actually Amsterdam according to British Library, Sumtibus Authoris [for the author] 1682 . Quarto later calf (rebacked) Titlepage +[7]pp To Reader +[1] blank +565pp +[1] blank + 532pp addenda & indexes +[2]pp blanks. Minor edge dusting/browning no foxing a clean tight copy in double column pages. *Third and most complete edition of this history of Polygamy through the ages defending plural marriages. Lyser was a Lutheran Pastor and quotes Luther's comments on the practice. He argued that polygamy was not only lawful, but a blessed estate commanded by God (Ditchfield, Books Fatal to their Authors, 1894 p56). This book was first published 1674 - in 1677 the King of Denmark ordered the entire edition to be destroyed and the author was threatened with capital punishment. Thus a false imprint here, and Lyser's name hidden by a pseudonym - which did not prevent him from being hounded from country to country.
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Book number: V73752
GBP 300.00 [Appr.: EURO 334 US$ 373.59 | JP„ 40410]
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https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V73752.jpg LYSER (OR LEYSER), JOHANN 1631-1684] HERE UNDER PSEUDONYM THEOPHILUS ALETHEUS, POLYGAMIA TRIUMPHATRIX, Id est Discursus Politicus DE POLYGAMIA Auctore Theophil Aletheo, cum Notis Athanasii Vincentii, Omnibus Anti-Polygamis ubique locorum, terrarum, insularum, pagorum, urbium, modeste` & pie` opposita. 

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