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London: Oxford University Press, 1913. VOLUME I ONLY. Hundreds of illustrations -- photographs, drawings and plans. xxix + 486pp., 4to, gilt-lettered and decorated blue cloth; extensive pencil notes inside rear cover, ownership signature inside front cover, corners bumped, spine faded, spine ends frayed and torn. London: Oxford University Press, 1913. Internally very good, a worn, very good (-) copy.
Amsterdam: Reynal, 1769. 2 volumes in one. xxiv, 263; , 170, pp. Short 8vo, bound in full contemporary calf; gilt spine with red & black labels (rubbed but sound and attractive); marbled endpapers, red edges. Amsterdam: Chez Marc-Michel Rey, 1769. Dutch edition, published the same year as the first Geneva edition. Charles Bonnet (1720-1793) was a Swiss naturalist with with wide-ranging interests including entymology, botany, psychology, religion and philosophy. This is his last important work, dealing with the past and.....
New York: Hugh Gaine, 1794. according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: Together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David. , 171,  pp. Thick 18mo, contemporary calf, spine and edges of corners worn, corners bumped, endpapers and title page lightly soiled, some pages with very light foxing. New-York: By direction of the General Convention, printed by Hugh Gaine, 1794. In 1789, the Episcopal Church of the United States approved the use.....
Rome: Salvioni, 1795. Each book is printed throughout in red & black with a fine engraved vignette on the title page, and other full-page engravings. 92; 88; 120pp. Thin 12mos. Gloriously bound in contemporary full red straight-grained morocco with heavy floral gilt tooling on the covers and spines; outer dentelles, marbled endpapers, silk ribbons. The 3 volumes are housed together in a brown calf solander slipcase with blind-stamped decorations. Roma: Per Luigi Perego Salvioni, 1795. Fine.
London: Salvation Army, 1890. Colored folding frontispiece. Tall 8vo, cloth. London: Salvation Army, (1890). First Edition. Good. First Edition of the key book of the Salvation Army movement. Written by the noted reformer W.T. Stead, from elaborate notes by the Army's founder. His proposals helped to bring about a great many social reforms. Printing and the Mind of Man 373.
New York: Dilly, 1765. Containing, I. The Scripture Ground, on which the Right of Infants to Baptism is founded. II. The Evidence by which it is supported. And III. A Solution of the most material objections. 43pp., slim 12mo, 1/2 brown morocco, marbled boards. New York printed, London reprinted for Edward and Charles Dilly, 1765. Very good (+). The author was minister of the Presbyterian Church in New York City.
New York: Alston, 1766. Containing, I. The Scripture Ground, on which the Right of Infants to Baptism is founded. II. The Evidence by which it is supported. And III. A Solution of the most material objections. 43pp., slim 12mo, 3/4 red morocco (rubbed), marbled boards. New York printed, London reprinted Edinburgh Reprinted by Gray and Alston, 1766. Very good (+). The author was minister of the Presbyterian Church in New York City.
Nancy: Nicolas Baltazard, 1722. 287 pages. 12mo, full contemporary mottled calf, ornately gilt spine with red leather spine label; marbled end papers (rubbed overall with foot chipped and hinges starting). Paris: Nicholas Baltazard, 1722. Very good. Early ink inscription from 1846 on verso of title page.
London: Edw. Jones, 1692. 174 pages, slim 12mo, handsomely rebound in full brown polished calf, blind stamped pattern on both covers and red leather spine labels. In the Savoy: Printed by Edw. Jones, for Henry Herringman, London, 1692. Seventh Edition. Near fine. The text was written by Boyle when he was but 22 years old and is in the form of a letter addressed to Lindamor, 'a learned youth, well-born and well-bred.' It was suggested that this imaginary character, who.....