1925. 3.5 x 4.5 inches, no place, February 24, 1925. Signed in full with the addition of a sentiment written in Gaelic (not translated). Very good(+) condition. Irish radical politician who, in 1916, joined the Irish Republican Brotherhood. He fought in Marrowbone Lane in the Easter Uprising and was subsequently jailed in Wormwood Scrubs and Brixton prisons in England. He was a member of the Irish Republican Army, the guerrilla army of the Irish Republic, and successfully organized many bank.....
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London: Swan Sonnenschien, 1887. 254 pages, 8vo, printed wrappers. London: Swan Sonnenschein, Lowrey, 1887 Inscribed "To Evelyn Marshall Field in memory of the summer in Munich."The spine is partially destroyed, & the front cover is loose, but otherwise a fine, clean copy of a scarce book, in a half morocco slipcase. With the bookplate of George Barr McCutcheon.
Philadelphia: Moses Thomas, 1816. , 176 pages. 12mo, full contemporary calf with gilt spine and borders (spine and front joint rubbed and neatly repaired but still attractive; several early ownership signatures; light spotting on a handful of pages, otherwise clean). Philadelphia: Moses Thomas, 1816. First American edition. A very good copy of this scarce American imprint. OCLC lists only 6 copies. -- Shaw/Shoemaker 38280.
New York: Franklin, 1811. 3 volumes in one, 279 pages, overall browning, 12mo, contemporary mottled calf, joints strengthened, red leather label on spine. New York: Franklin Company, 1811. First Edition. Very good. Scarce. A commentary on the effects of European colonialism & religious intolerance. Essential reading for anyone interested in Romantic Orientalism, Ireland and the development of the early 19th century novel. OCLC 2376647; Shaw & Shoemaker 23436;.