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Veritable Duchene. [c.1790’s early 1800’s].£150.00
RARE French Revolutionary era periodical. [LEMAIRE, Anton?]. Veritable Duchene. Issues 150-200 of 8pp each (issue 155 is mis-bound, light spotting, pages lightly browned, foxing in places, light soiling). Contemporary calf with red morocco title label to spine (rubbing to calf). Paris: L’imprimerie de la Societe Litteraire, rue Tournon, No.17. No Date: [c.1790’s early 1800’s].
The Red Badge of Courage. 1900.£50.00
Scarce, early paper-back edition. An amazing survivor! CRANE, Stephen (1871-1900). The Red Badge of Courage. Early soft-cover edition. (Pages age-toned, some minor tearing without loss to text). Publisher’s cream pictorial wrapper (lacking lower wrapper, spine chipped with loss, upper wrapper detached with first few pages, some chipping and tearing, please note the last pages of this book are the two pages of adverts). London: William Heinemann, 1900.
Vinea Persereani ad Raymundum Cortelecium… 1827.£60.00
Wine Interest. Exceptionally rare 1820’s pamphlet relating to Persereano, Italy. Vinea Persereani ad Raymundum Cortelecium cum Teresia Voralea Nuptias Ineuntem. 10pp. (Foxing, staining and spotting, some minor worming to blank margins). Disbound (without boards). Utini, [Udine??] Apud Fratres Mattiuzzi, 1827.
Evenings In Boston. 1827.£60.00
BLAKE, John Lauris. Evenings in Boston. Frontispiece 120,  pp. Interior: Browning to pages, some staining. Exterior: Publisher’s quarter, pictorial boards (heavy stain to upper board, corners bumped, worn). PROVENANCE: “Charles E Miller from his affectionate grand-mother Hannah Miller…1828”. 8vo. Boston, Bowles and Dearborn, 1827.
Memoirs of the Life and Works of the Late Right Honourable Sir John Sinclair Bart. 1837.£140.00
Rare 2 volume set with additional piece of ephemera. SINCLAIR, Rev. John. (1797-1875). Memoirs of the Life and Works of the Late Right Honourable Sir John Sinclair Bart. By His Son The Rev. John Sinclair, M.A. 2 volumes. (Occasional light spotting, occasional tearing). Publisher’s half purple (?)(faded) cloth, with paper title labels to spines (text blocks broken in places throughout both volumes, bindings loose). Vol 1: , vi, ii, 362. Vol 2: , ii, 427 pp. 8vo. London: William Blackwood, 1837.
Mrs. HOUSTOUN. The Poor of the Period. 1884£40.00
[HOUSTOUN, Matilda Charlotte] (1811-92). Mrs. HOUSTOUN. The Poor of the Period. 2 volumes. (Occasional light soiling and spotting, some tearing, front-end paper of volume 2 torn with loss). Publisher’s plum/brown cloth (boards and spines detached)- please see photos for condition. 8vo. London: F. V. White, 1884.
A commemorative discourse pronounced at Quincy, Mass …. 1840.£25.00
WHITNEY, George. A COMMEMORATIVE DISCOURSE Pronounced at QUINCY, MASS., 25 May, 1840, on the Second Centennial Anniversary of the Ancient Incorporation of the Town. With an appendix. Pamphlet. , 71,  pp. (Occasional light spotting, some closed tearing, light chipping, first few pages coming loose). Dis-bound (no covers/boards) 8vo. Boston: James Munroe and Company, 1840.
[Tennyson]. Poems. MDCCCXXX. – MDCCCXXXIII. 1862.£90.00
[TENNYSON, Alfred Lord]. Poems. MDCCCXXX. —-MDCCCXXXIII. Pages uncut (Occasional light spotting and light staining). Original blue wrappers (creasing and light stains to covers). 8vo. [Toronto]: Privately printed, 1862.
Painted Windows. 1869.£20.00
BURN HARVEY, Rev. Frederick. Painted Windows. A Lecture Delivered in The Town Hall, Berkhamsted by the Rev. Frederick Burn Harvey, M.A. On the New West Window Presented to Berkhamsted Church by the Late Thomas Whately, Esq. Published by Request. Frontispiece plan of Berkhamsted Church. (Light occasional spotting, general age toning to pages). Publisher’s purple cloth, tooled in blind and lettered in gilt (spine re-backed with new cloth, cloth faded, stained). Publisher’s adverts bound in at the rear. London, Longman, Green, and Co., 1869.
North Midland Sunday School Association. [1870/1?]£25.00
ENFIELD, Richard (?). North Midland Sunday school Association. Report for the Year 1869. Read at the Annual Meeting, Held at the Victoria Street Chapel, Loughborough, Easter Tuesday, April 19 1870. One folding table (occasional soiling and light spotting to text, table soiled). Publisher’s orange wrappers (chipped with minor loss, spine splitting). 8vo. Leicester: Ward and Sons, [1870/1?]