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DOUGLAS, LORD ALFRED (ED.)
The Spirit Lamp: Ii , 13 May 1892; Iii. 20 May 1892; Iv, 27 May 1892; V, 3 June 1892; Vi, 10 June 1892; Volume 2, I, 21 October 1892; Volume 3, Ii, 17 February 1893; Volume Iv, I, May 1893; Volume Iv, Ii, May 1893 .
. description of the last 2 issues (the rarest) : James Thornton, 1893. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. May, June, 1893. First editions. Vol. IV, No. I, II. Original blue printed wrappers.. Vol. IV # 1 with contributions by John Addington Symonds (2), Alfred Douglas (3), Lionel Johnson, Pierre Louys, and others. Vol. IV # II pages 49-100 - contributions by Oscar Wilde "The Disciple," Alfred Douglas (2), John Addington Symonds, Eric Stenbok, A. R. Bayley (2), Gleeson White, H. M. Beerbohm. The original Spirit Lamp came to prominence when its editor, Sandy Wason, sold it to a Magdalen undergraduate and Old Wykehamist, Lord Alfred Douglas late in 1892. Bosie, as he was known to his friends, already had publishing experience behind him: at Winchester he had co-founded and edited a magazine called The Pentagram. From December 1892 to June 1893, he published poetry and prose in five issues of the Spirit Lamp, which bore the new subtitle 'An Aesthetic, Literary and Critical Magazine'. the first 3 series were subtitled: an Oxford Magazine without News. PLEASE ASK FOR FULL DESCRIPTION OF CONDITION AND CONTENTS BEFORE ORDERING . James Thornton was the brother of the founder of Thornton's bookshop (est. 1835) and uncle of John Henry Thornton the 2nd generation bookseller in Broad street, Oxford. TOGETHER 9 ISSUES. With this collection we also offer the original invoice for the first issue published by James Thornton to the editors Wason, Phillimore,Sykes & Eccles, dated 9 May 1892. This invoice also confirms that 250 copies were printed.
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Book number: F2875-B
GBP 1500.00 [Appr.: EURO 1740 US$ 1815.64 | JP 245623]
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Keywords: Oxford Oscar Wilde Alfred Douglas Beerbohm

 
ERASMUS (ED. P.S.ALLEN)
Opus Epistolarum Des. Erasmi Roterodami : Denuo Recognitum Et Auctum,. 12 Volumes
. Percy Stafford Allen, Helen Mary Allen and Heathcote William Garrod. Compendium vitae P.S. Allen addidit H.W. Garrod. Indices (T. XII) compilavit Barbara Flower; perfecit et edidit Elisabeth Rosenbaum, Oxford, d. Clarendon, 1906-1958, 12 volumes in 8: REPRINTED OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1992. Original volumes with their dates of publication: Vol. I: 1484-1514, XXIV + 615 p. (1906) / Vol. II: 1514-1517, XX + 603 p. (1910) / Vol. III: 1517-1519, XXXI + 634 p. (1913) / Vol. IV: 1519-1521, XXXII + 632 p. (1922) / Vol. V: 1522-1524, XXIII + 631 p. (1924) / Vol. VI: 1525-1527, XXV + 518 p. (1926) / Vol. VII: 1527-1528, XXIII + 558 p. (1928) / Vol. VIII: 1529-1530, XLIV + 515 p. (1934) / Vol. IX: 1530-1532, XXIII + 497 p. (1938) / Vol. X: 1532-1534, XXIV + 440 p. (1941) / Vol. XI: 1534-1536, XXVII + 400 p. (1947) Oxford reissue of the original edition which was originally published between the years of 1906 to 1947. Twelve Volumes (complete) including the Indices (Vol. 12). 8vos. plates. Original navy blue cloth bindings with spinal gilt titles. Prefaces in English, main body of texts in Latin. This is a tight, fine set which, when complete, is now quite scarce. All volumes in protective glassine wrappers .Percy Stafford Allen (7 July 1869 - 16 June 1933) British classical scholar, best known for his writings on Desiderius Erasmus.
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Book number: RYL001
GBP 395.00 [Appr.: EURO 458.25 US$ 478.12 | JP 64681]
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Keywords: Latin Rare Philosophy

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