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Category: All Categories: Collectible and Rare Books: Antiquarian: 1801-1900
102 items found.   List items by:   Author     Title     Publisher
76.
Russel, William, 1741-1793  
The History of Modern Europe, With an Account of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire...
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Publisher: Philadelphia: Printed For William Young Birch And Abraham Small, By Robert Carr. 1802.
1 leaf, [37], 452 p.; 22 cm. Title continues: and a View Of The Progress Of Society, From The Rise Of The Modern Kingdoms, To The Peace Of Paris, In 1763. In a Series Of Letters By William Russell, L. L. D. Second American Edition, Carefully Corrected. Vol. IV. Bound in full leather; front cover loose; ex-R. I. Historical Society with label; blindstamp & previous owner stamp on t.-p.; about 1-1/2" cut from bottom of t.-p., not affecting imprint. Volume IV ONLY [of 5]. Stock#OB245.

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77.
Bible. English. Authorized. 1834  
The Holy Bible Containing the Old Testament and the New; Translated out of the Original Tongues
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Publisher: Hartford, Conn., Andruss & Judd, 1834.
729, 222 p., illus., 4 plates; 13.5 cm. Hills, English Bible in America 868; American Imprints 23341. Bound in full gold-decorated leather with owner name 'Cornelia Stone' in vertical running frame on front cover. A very nice binding for the period. stock#LdeP029.

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78.
Scott, Walter, Sir, 1771-1832  
The Lady of the Lake. A Poem. In Six Cantos
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Publisher: Ithaca [N.Y.] Mack, Andrus, & Woodruff, 1837.
273 p., front., 13 cm. American Imprints 46711. Sir Walter Scott was one of the most popular writers of the ealy American Republic. Bound in contemporary sheep. Stock#SmOB 015.

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79.
Authors, Various, Illustrated by: Hand-colored Plates Plus Engravings  
THE LADY'S MAGAZINE or Entertaining Companion for the FAIR SEX, Appropriated Solely to Their USE and AMUSEMENT
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Publisher: Printed for G. Robinson London, Patternoster Row.
This bound volume of issues is about 9 x 5.5 inches (about 22 x 14 cm) 3/4 leather, red cloth cover with green leather corners and spine, gilt decorations on all leather edges and on spine, gilt spine titles. The edges are rubbed and corners worn and the red cloth has a little light soil and a couple of small splots on the front board, otherwise the colors and gilt are bright. Plain colored endpapers, hinges started but strong. Previous owner's bookplate on front paste-down. All edges stained red. The text is on rag paper, very clean and fresh throughout. Issues include: 1807: Jan, April, May, June, Sept; 1809: Jan, Feb, May, June, Sept. Images included: 10 hand-watercolored fashion plates (Regency period). These usually represent two figures (often front and back views) of women in congenial activities - playing the harp, lounging and conversing, walking arm-in-arm, etc. One is so cute, it reminds me sharply of Kate Greenaway. Plus: 23 engravings and 13 folding engravings. The folding engravings are mostly embroidery patterns (or rather, designs) for such things as borders and trimmings, crown of a cap, designs to decorate veils, etc. Very delicate and mostly flora-inspired. The engravings include scenes and portraits, with a "gallery" of English peers at the end of the book. The texts cover a wide range of topics including current fashion, biography, history and natural history, travel, poetry, foreign news, births, marriages, and deaths, essays, etc. Apparently what a 'Lady' of the period would need to know to carry on sprightly parlour conversation. Ladies in the obituaries are noted for their piety, pleasantness, manners, and tenderness. Their patronage is recounted. Many died in 'childbed' or in 'unsuccessful labor.' Gentlemen are noted for their accomplishments. No further comment from ye cataloger. COLLECTIBLE 3592 Serial, First Editions No Dust Jacket (as issued) Hard Cover Very Good Condition 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Collectible

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80.
Dickens, Charles  
The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit
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Publisher: Chapman and Hall London 1844.
First Edition in book form Very good+ in elaborate full leather (calf) covered boards with gilt borders on the front and rear boards, five raised bands on the spine with red morocco, title labels with gilt text in two of the compartments with gilt tool work in the others. The end sheets are marbled with gilt inner dentelles that have offset to the edges of the first and last free end pages. The top edge of the text block is gilt. The binding is by Ramage of London as can be seen by that firm's gilt embossed line on the front paste down just above the dentelle. There is a small prior owner's book plate on the front pastedown, the same name with an address is stamped on the first free end page and the name appears again in ink on the second free end page. While the hinges are tight and sound the joints are rubbed; but, with no sign of starting. An octavo measuring 8 3/16" tall by 5 1/4" containing 624 pages of text. Illustrated with 40 engraved plates by H. K. Browne ("Phiz"). This is a mixed state first edition with the transposed pound sign on the sign-post on the vignette title page; but, with the second issue, fourteen-line errata page. (Gimbel/Podeschi, A72; Smith, 65-67; Eckel, p83)Our code number = TB22114

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81.
Walton, Izaak, 1593-1683  
The Lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker, Herbert, and Sanderson. With Some Account of the Author and his Writings
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Publisher: Boston, Hilliard, Gray & Company / Cambridge, Brown, Shattuck & Co., 1832.
Two volumes: xcvi, 224, 336 p.; 18 cm. American Imprints 16948. First published London, 1670; this is the first American edition. The title-page design evokes the Pickering look. From the 19th-century library of the First Congregational parish, Milton, Massachusetts. Bound in blue publisher's cloth; very good. stock#LdeP003.

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82.
Freeman, Samuel, 1743-1831  
The Massachusetts Justice; Being a Collection of the Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts...
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Publisher: Boston: Published by Thomas & Andrews, proprietors, no. 45, Newbury-Street, Oct. 1810. J.T. Buckingham, printer, [1810].
296 p.; 22 cm. Title continues: Relative to the Power and Duty of Justices of the Peace. Alphabetically Arranged. To which are added, under the proper heads, a variety of forms, grounded on said laws. The whole intended for the use of those who practise in the office of a justice, to assist them in the various duties thereto belonging. With an appendix, containing extracts from sundry laws of the United States, and other useful matter. To all which is added an index. By Samuel Freeman, Esq. compiler of the Town officer, Probate auxiliary, and American clerk’s magazine. Third edition, much improved. Copyright Oct. 10, 1810, by Thomas & Andrews. "The first and second editions of this work were divided into two parts; the first related to the power and duty of justices composing the Court of General Sessions of the Peace. This court having been abolished, the laws which were the subject of its jurisdiction, exclusively, are left out, and the rest... are, in this edition, incorporated with the latter, and formed into one alphabetical collection; to which have been added such laws, passed since 1802, as were applicable to the work" --Advertisement concerning this third edition, p. [4]. Dated October, 1810. Error in paging: p. 112 misnumbered 211. Shaw & Shoemaker 20148 and Shaw & Shoemaker 22855. There was no flyleaf and oil from the leather has stained the title-page edges. Bound in contemporary full leather; very good. Stock#OB749.

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83.
Klopstock, Frederic Gottlieb : Shoberi, Frederic (translator):  
THE MESSIAH : description of the principal events attending the passion and crucifixion of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, with occurences from his resurrection to his ascension now first translated by Frederic Shobe

Publisher: London, J & J Cundee, nd circa 1810. (Albion Press Edition) .
viii + iv advertisement + 475pp + 10 plates (as called for). Translated by Frederic Shoberi from the german of Frederic Gottlieb Klopstock, to which is prefixed "Memoirs of the Life of the Author". Bound in full calf, gilt tooled decoration to front cover, fancy gilt decoration to spine, joints starting to split front and rear but boards fully secure, internally a good tight copy, minor foxing spots, minor worm damage - mostly pin hole damage to margin, marbled endpapers and page outer edges.Good cond. 8 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches

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84.
Beattie, James, 1735-1803, LL.D. Anderson, Alexander, 1775-1870, engraver  
The Minstrel; Or, The Progress of Genius: In Two Books. With Some Other Poems
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Publisher: New-York: Published by William Durell, no. 106, Maiden-Lane. P. Heard, printer, 1802.
76, [3], 78-124 p., [4] leaves of plates, illus.; 18 cm. First American edition of a popular British poem. Wood-engravings signed: A [i.e., Alexander Anderson]. Shaw & Shoemaker 1854; Hamilton 217. Front & rear leaves repaired; bound in full leather by HG Bindery; good. Stock#OB786.

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85.
Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774  
The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith With an Account of his Life and Writings...
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Publisher: Philadelphia: J. Crissy, and Thomas, Cowperthwait, 1838.
527 p., front.; 22.5 cm. Title continues: Stereotyped from the Paris Edition. Edited by Washington Irving. Complete in One Volume." Bound in contemporary full calf, some wear to hinges and corners; very good. Stock#OB722.

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86.
Herbert, George, 1593-1633  
The Poetical Works of George Herbert. Illustrated
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Publisher: London, James Nisbet, MDCCCLVI [1856].
256 p.; 21 cm. Contents: The Temple. The Church Militant. Miscellaneous. "The ornamentation designed by H. N. Humphreys, and engraved by H. N. Woods" (p. 6). Additional illustrations by Birket Foster and John Clayton (cf. p. [4]). Bound in full Victorian leather, top edge gilt, corners worn, scuffed; very good. Stock#OB505.

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87.
Dickens, Charles  
The Posthumous Papers Of The Pickwick Club
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Publisher: Chapman and Hall London 1837.
First Edition Very good in a fine more recent 3/4, dark green leather and light green cloth covered boards with gilt rules at the edges of the leather and with five raised bands on the spine with gilt gilt tooling and text in the compartments. There are three early prior owner's names with dates of 1838, 1893 and 1918 written in ink on the title page. The preliminaries show some soiling and minor foxing. With the exception of the illustrated plates, the bulk of the text is free from foxing or tanning. Without a dust jacket as issued. The book is contained within a fine, green cloth covered, double slip case. This is the first book edition with all of the issue points present to include two chapter IIIs with the signature mark of "E", the half title page and the directions to the binder/errata. 609 pages with forty-three illustrations by R. Seymour and "Phiz". (Smith, vol. 1, 3) An extremely handsomely bound book.Our code number = TB22492

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88.
Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527. Byerley, John Scott, 1750- 1837  
The Prince. Translated from the Original Italian of Niccolo Machiavelli. To Which is Prefixed an introduction...
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Publisher: London: Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1810.
xii, xcv, 211 p.; 23 cm. (6 ll., a-f, A-N8, O2). Title continues: "Shewing the Close Analogy between the Principles of Machiavelli and the Actions of Buonaparte by J. Scott Byerley." John Scott Byerley argues that Britain coulf do better in defeating Napoleon if it adhered to rational, Machiavellian practices. Byerley, despite American library catalogers, did exist. His biography is in Notes & Queries, 13th series, vol. 152, p. 160. Bertelli (Machiavelli) XIX, 30. Stock#OB970. Vg, untrimmed in original boards, most of paper spine perished, blue paper over boards has tears.

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89.
Hope, Anthony Illustrator: Illustrated by Charles Dana Gibson  
THE PRISONER OF ZENDA

Publisher: Henry Holt NY 1898.
Good with no dust jacket Hardcover Extremities rubbed & frayed. Front gutter cracked but binding still tight. Small fingernail-size chunk missing from front spine juncture. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 307 pages; 24807aq

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90.
Ratclife, Mrs. [i. e. Ann Ward Radcliffe], 1764-1823  
The Romance of the Forest. Interspersed with some Pieces of Poetry
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Publisher: Exeter [N.H.] Published by J. & B. Williams, 1834.
Two volumes: 186, 184 p.; 12.5 cm. Bound in gold-stamped publisher's leather; very good. Stock#SmOB002.

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91.
Ramsay, Chevalier (Andrew Michael), 1686-1743  
The Travels of Cyrus: To Which Is Annexed, A Discourse upon the Theology and Mythology of the Pagans
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Publisher: Albany: Printed And Sold By Pratt & Doubleday, 1814.
xxii, [23]-404 p.; 8vo. First published London, 1727. Scottish born, the Chevalier was converted to Catholicism by Fenelon; this book, ostensibly about pagan Persians, is like the Telemaque, which it imitates, a philosophical guide to life. This is the first American edition. American Imprints 32604. Very good copy, paper foxed, in a very good contemporary full leather binding, no tooling, with red leather label. Stock#OB011.

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92.
Wharton, Grace and Philip Wharton  
The Wits and Beaux of Society in 2 volumes of two

Publisher: Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, [1860] no. 189 of 250 2nd limited ed. copies..
395pp, 396pp. illustrated. orig. white cloth 8vos w/gilt decorations & titles & sewn-in marker ribbons: both Very Good [covers show age spots and darkening; spine strips are age darkened; text is untroubled; else a very nice clean, complete & tight set] A classic period look at the toffs of England with a Frenchman or two thrown in for good measure.

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93.
Reid, Thomas, 1710-1796  
The Works of Thomas Reid, D.D. F.R.S. Edinburgh. Late Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Glasgow
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Publisher: New-York: Published by E. Duyckinck, Collins and Hannay, and R. and W.A. Bartow. J. & J. Harper, printers, 1822.
Volumes 2 & 3 (of 3): iv, [1], 6-434; [3], vi-vii, [2], 6-317, [1] p. Errors in paging: vol. 2 p. 154 misnumbered 514; vol. 3 p. 236 misnumbered 326. Shoemaker 10078. Bound in contemporary full leather; very good. Stock#OB748.

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94.
Hyde, Nancy Maria, 1792-1816. Sigourney, L. H. (Lydia Howard), 1791-1865  
The Writings of Nancy Maria Hyde of Norwich, Conn. Connected with a Sketch of her Life
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Publisher: Norwich [CT]: Printed by Russell Hubbard, 1816.
252 p.; 19.7 cm. Edited by Mrs. Lydia Sigourney. Shaw & Shoemaker 37903; BAL 17616. Bound in contemporary printed boards with new spine. This copy is untrimmed. It was "restored" by a public library, which taped the spine and varnished the boards. Dragonfly Bindery, George & Pat Sargent, has brought it back to something approaching orriginal condition but with darkened boards. Stock#OB536.

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95.
No Author Indicated, Illustrated by: Wood Engravings  
THEODORE CARLETON: OR Perseverance Against Fortune; Plus Titles on Dog, Birds, Animals, Indians, and Coverings for the Head and Feet.

Publisher: No Publisher No Place.
Red cloth hardcover with embossed decorations. 144 pages (six parts of 24 pages each) very charminglly illustrated with woodcuts throughout. No date: circa 1860. No place, no publisher (no title page as issued). This appears to be a compilation of "reward of merit" type books given by teachers to students who excelled. These books were often published with a "memorial" to a child, although this one is free of such morbidity, and intead includes only the moral story of the title. The other sections include 'Sagacity of the Dog, ' 'Child's Book of Birds, ' 'Child's Book of Animals, ' 'Romance of Indian History, ' and 'Coverings for the Head and Feet." The latter is an illustrated history of hats, headgear, and footwear. The child who received this (Laydora) must have been thrilled with the illustrations of dog breeds and bird and animal species; not to mention the "romance" of the Indian history and quaintness of hats and shoes illustrated. The teacher inscription is written very pale and small, apparently in pencil, on the front free endpaper. The corner tips and spine ends are worn, some surface duskiness and few specks of black (ink?) on cover, front hinge weak, some foxing throughout, mostly marginal browning. Lots of charm in this one, and unusual for its lack of heavy handed moralizing. Of course the 'Indian Romance' stuff casts the native in negative light, but the stories appear to be based on historical incidents. A real little charmer waiting for an appreciative home. RARE 1883 No Edition Stated No Dust Jacket as Issued Hard Cover Good 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Souvenir

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96.
Polwhele, R. (Richard), 1760-1838  
Traditions and Recollections: Domestic, Clerical, and Literary; In Which Are Included Letters of Charles II, Cromwell...
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Publisher: London, John Nichols & Sons, 1826.
Two octavo volumes: viii, 360; iii, 361-820 p., 6 plates (4 folding) incl. portrait frontispiece; 22.5 cm. Polwhele, best remembered now, especially by feminists, for a poem against female authors, was part of the antiquarian movement. He gathered traditions and documents relating to Cornwall and, to a lesser degree, Devon. In some ways he shares the Romantic interest in the rural and wild places of England. Slight foxing. Bound in full leather by Dragonfly Bindery, George & Pat Sargent. Stock#OB456.

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97.
Great Britain. Treaties, etc. Portugal 1810 Feb. 19  
Tratado De Commercio, E Navegacao Entre Os Muito Altos, E Muito Poderosos Senhores O Principe Regente De Portugal, E El Reino Unido Da Grande Bretanha E Irlanda, Asignado No Rio De Janeiro

Publisher: Lisboa: Na Impressao Regia Anno De M.DCCC. XIX. [1819].
Folio 33 p. (A-I2, I2 blank). 31.5 cm. The vital treaty between Great Britain and Portugal signed during the Napoleonic Wars as Wellesley was conducting the Peninsular war to save the Portuguese from the terrors experienced by the Spanish. The treaty opened all Brazilian ports to English merchants and signalled for the first time that non-Portuguese were allowed to trade directly with the colony. Maria I (17344-1816) was not only old, in 1792 she had suffered a mental collapse and her son Jaoa, John VI, served as Regent 24 years. In 1810 the government was in exile in Brazil and thus the Royal Press issued the first edition in Rio in 1810. This Lisbon edition was issued to make legitimate the treaty, with the restoration of the Capital and the accession of John as King. A very good copy, bound in recent half leather. HAN. OB /OS 3

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98.
Bourget, Paul Illustrator: Illustrated by Paul Chabas  
Un Saint

Publisher: Alphonse Lemerre Paris, France 1894.
Very Good+ with no dust jacket Hardcover Stains on fore edge; endpapers, pastedowns and copyright page tanned, balance of text clean and bright. Previous owner's name. Very light rubbing at spine edge; minor fraying at front corners. ; Decorated boards, 1/4 cloth, gilt spine lettering, gilt top edge (both still brilliant), ribbon marker, French text. ; 24mo 5" - 6" tall; 141 pages; 11138Naq --img

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99.
Haynes, Lemuel, 1753-1833  
Universal Salvation, a very ancient doctrine [microform] : with some account of the life and character of its author...
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Publisher: Litchfield [Conn.] Bennington [Vt.], Printed; Litchfield, Re-printed by T. Collier, 1807.
15 p.; 15 cm. Signatures: [A]â?´ Bâ?´ (B4 verso blank). Title continues: "a sermon delivered at Rutland, West-Parish, in the year 1805 by Lemuel Haynes." "The following discourse was delivered at Rutland, Vermont, June, 1805, immediately after hearing Mr. [Hosea] Ballou, an Universal preacher, zealously exhibit his sentiments." --Preface. "Universalism indeed." --p. 14-15. A hymn (damaged, outer half torn off). Lemuel Haynes was the most prominent African American of his era. Shaw & Shoemaker 12739. Stock#NS0304. Good+; damaged outer of last leaf half torn off/ untrimmed, unbound.

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100.
Allers, C. W. (Christian Wilhelm Allers) & Graf Bernstorff  
Unter Deutscher Flagge

Publisher: Stuttgart/Berlin/Leipzig: Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, 1890..
160pp. marbled endpp.; all edges gilt; frontis.; orig. green cloth folio w/gilt titles, decorations & tipped down illus. of young German marine with bugle: Good+ [bit of shelf rubbing of large, heavy volume at extremities; front hinge is cracked but very firm; some foxing; else G+] 9 full page & 170 other pencil & charcoal illustrations. Text in German by Graf Bernstorff & C. W. Allers. An enormous volume describing (in German) various military and civilian vessels, sailors and the record of a Victorian era steamship voyage through the Suez Canal and out to German Samoa. Wonderful drawings illustrating all these things by Allers (1857-1915), who had served in the navy and was a naturalist artist of the "bourgeois experience." This volume appeared at the moment in history when Germany began its naval arms race with Great Britain that carried on down to the First World War.

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101.
Farrar, Milman, Stanley, et al. (Deans)  
Westminster Abbey and The Cathedrals of England With Views of the Cathedrals and Portraits of the Dignitaries

Publisher: Philadelphia: John C. Winston & Co., 1895.
215pp. illus. orig. green cloth 4to w/gilt decorations: Very Good [light wear @ spine ends; rubbed @ corners; else a nice copy]

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102.
Adrien, Paul  
WILLIS THE PILOT A Sequel to the Swiss Family Robinson or Adventures of anEmigrant Family Wrecked on an Unknown Coast of the Pacific OceanInterspersed with Tales, Incidents of Travel and Illustrations of NaturalHistory
 Picture
Publisher: Mayhew & Baker Boston, MA 1858.
Hardcover Very Good- with no dust jacket; Spine edges worn. Edgewear. Spine faded. ; B&W Illustrations; 350 pages

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