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London: Privately Printed, 1885. Engraved frontispiece, decorative initials at chapter headings, 31pp., untrimmed, slim tall 8vo, original printed boards, spine rubbed; (outer hinge a bit weak). London: n.p., 1885. Very good (+), internally fine. A facsimile reprint of the 1652 edition. Flyeaf contains handwritten notes by previous owner, Dr. Saul Jarcho.
Ottawa, Canada: 1939. 2 pages (front and back), 8 x 5 inches, Government House, Ottawa, April 19, 1939. Written to powerful New York attorney Frederic R. Coudert during a lecture tour of Canada, in part: "...Nothing is settled yet and I will try and send you a line from Toronto if I have made any final arrangements while I am here. I only came over to give off these lectures which I hoped might be of use in Canada at.....
London: Simpkin & Marshal, 1835. 40 full-page engraved plates by Thomas Barber, one folding map at rear, engraved title page. 110 pages, 8vo, red cloth with gilt spine-lettering and front cover decoration; covers rubbed and faded at edges, spine worn with some repairs. London: Simpkin & Marshall, (ca. 1835). A worn copy, but still very good.
London: 1926. An interesting pair of T.L.S.'s to acclaimed music critic Herman Klein, inviting him to attend a Garden Party for their Majesties' The King and Queen of England at Buckingham Palace. First letter: 8vo. 1 page, Lord Chamberlain's Office, St. James Palace, July 6, 1926, in part: "...I have not forgotten my promise, and will with pleasure include the names of Mrs. Klein and yourself in the list I am submitting..." Second letter: 4to. 1 page, Lord Chamberlain's Office.....
London: Privately Printed, 1817. 3 volumes. Small slim 8vo, attractively bound in older 3/4 polished burgundy calf over marbled boards; gilt spines with green leather labels (lightly worn), t.e.g. London: Privately Printed for the author, 1817. First edition. A very good(+) copy of this exceedingly scarce title.
London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1914. Frontispiece and 19 other mounted color plates, 21 in-text figures by Hugh Thomson. 235pp. Short thick 4to, original highly decorative gilt pictorial cover; neatly re-backed in similar cloth with spine title preserved; inner hinge repaired; contemporary gift inscription otherwise clean. London: Hodder & Stoughton, . First edition. A very good(-) copy. Houfe 479.
London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1914. Frontispiece and 19 other mounted color plates, 21 in-text figures by Hugh Thomson. 235pp. Short thick 4to, original highly decorative gilt pictorial red cloth (front cover bright; spine a bit faded and rear cover spotted). London: Hodder & Stoughton, . First edition. Overall a very good copy. Houfe 479.
1778. Two-sided etching, line-engraving and aquatint on paper. Image measures 18 x 14 1/2". This etching depicts William Pitt (1708-78), first Earl of Chatham and known as "the Great Commoner," who was a long-time opponent of Britain's policy towards its American colonies. Barry published these two prints in 1778 in posthumous support of the Earl, writing at the bottom, "This print is most respectfully addressed to the Patriotic members of both houses of Parliament and to all who preserve a......
London: George Philip & Son, 1882. Atlas. Revised and Enlarged of all the Counties in England. 12mo (7.35 x 5.25 inches tall), maroon clothbound hardback, gilt. 47 page index + 4pp publisher's catalogue. Good condition, mansuscript initials on contents page. With Consulting Index and 43 lithographed color maps. John Bartholomew (1831-1893) was a Scottish cartographer known throughout Great Britain for his finely produced maps, often in color.