EDGEWORTH, Maria; Richard Lovell Edgeworth. Essay on Irish Bulls. FIRST EDITION. , 316 pp. Interior: No half title, sporadic staining in places, worn hole puncture mark to bottom blank margin, piercing same place on pages throughout, worming to lower blank margins on last ten pages, pages age toned, occasional spotting/foxing. Otherwise good. Exterior: full contemporary calf (worn, rubbed corners bumped), spine re-backed (a while ago). 8vo. London: J. Johnson, 1802.
SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR AND ALSO BY THE ACTOR RICHARD HEARNE. GALLICO, Paul (1897-1976). Love, Let Me Not Hunger. FIRST EDITION. (Pages lightly age toned). Publisher’s green cloth (light wear) with black pictorial dust-jacket (chipping with loss, some wear, presented in protective sleeve). London: William Heinemann Limited, 1963.
The City; or, The Physiology of London Business; with Sketches On ‘Change, and at the Coffee Houses. 1845.
Very RARE FIRST EDITION. [EVANS, David Morier]. (1819-74). The City; or, The Physiology of London Business; with Sketches On ‘Change, and at the Coffee Houses. XII, 211, , [4:adverts] pp. (Occasional light spotting, a few tears (without loss to text). Publisher’s brown/purple cloth (cloth faded, spine re-backed using later cloth, corners bumped, later endpapers and pastedowns). Otherwise good. 8vo. London: Baily Brothers, Exchange Buildings, 1845.
Satirical Anti-Papist work by a former Franciscan who converted to Calvinism. From the Collection of Giancarlo Beltrame (1925-2011). RENOULT, Jean-Baptise (b. [?]1664). Les Avantures de la Madona et de François d’ Assise. Recueilles de plusieurs ouvrages des Docteurs Romains; Ecrites d’ un stile recreatif; en même temps capable de faire sentir le ridicule du Papisme sans aucune controverse. Small 8vo (145 x 93mm). Additional engraved title, woodcut device on title, head-pieces, initials and ornaments, 9 engraved plates, errata leaf (engraved title shaved, some very light spotting and staining, minor loss to blank margins in places -without loss to text). Contemporary half vellum (some wear to foot of spine, stained). Provenance: Max Fabrice (modern ex-libris sticker); Doublette (old armorial stamp and blindstamp on title); later German stamp. Amsterdam: Chez Daniel de la Feuille, 1701.