New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1895. The Author's Autograph Edition, #202/500. Octavos, 40 volumes; VG; uniformly bound in the publisher's original three quarters green morocco, marbled boards, paneled spines with gilt text and tooling, top edges gilt; marbled endpapers; 13 volumes with sunned spines; very mild wear to bindings; One of 500 sets, this is number 202, all volumes with limitation pages; this set contains page 209 of original manuscript of The Alhambra tipped in to volume one of The Alhambra, with several edits by Irving in ink.; shelved above HC Fiction.
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Boston: James Osgood, 1819-1891. First. 33 Volumes, Quartos Octavos and 12mos; All uniformly bound in crimson morocco with gilt lettering and dates, raised bands on spines; Gilt "L" on each front board; Red silk endpapers, all edges gilt; Some wear along the edges, bumping to the corners and some spots of fraying and sunning to spines and corners; Almost all first editions; Bindings sturdy; A handsome set; Shelved above US History; GP Consign; Set is heavy, please contact us for international and priority shipping;.
Lutetiæ [Paris]: Apud Bernardum Turrisanum, sub Aldina Bibliotheca, via Iacobæa, 1565. Folios; VG; bound in early full brown leather, paneled spines with gilt tooling and lettering; volume 1 rebacked with previous spine preserved; volume 2 has cracking to hinges, chipping to tail of spine, large chip missing to head of spine; ex-library bookplate to front pastedown of volume 1; Aldine dolphin-and-anchor device on title-pages; Large capital initials, decorated initials; scattered and sparse marginalia; At foot of title-page: Cum priuilegio Regis; several mispaginations; Parts 2-4 have seperate title pages: Tomvs secvndus (tertivs, qvartvs)--Operum M. Tullii Ciceronis; Part 1 dated 1566.; Part 1 contains the rhetorical works, Part 2, the orations, Part 3, the epistles Part 4, the philosophical works. Part 1 includes additions and corrections to parts 2-4.; Latin text, with some Greek words; consignment; shelved case 4.
London: W. Bowyer, for Bernard Lintot/J. Wright for Lawton Gilliver, 1717/1735. First Editions. Quartos, 2 volumes; VG; bound in uniform early calf, newly rebacked with spines preserved; spines paneled with gilt tooling, new black and red morocco labels with gilt titling; original marbled endpapers; Volume 1: 1717. First issue without Tonson in imprint. Large folding frontispiece portrait of Pope by G. Vertue after Jervas. Title-page in red and black. With a half-title. The ornament on the title-page is triangular, containing a lyre with two crossed trumpets. Signature O2 is a cancel. Volume 2: 1735. Titlepage in red and black. With a half-title. Directs to the Binder bound before half-title; MS consignment; shelved case 0.
New York: Little, Brown and Company, 1903. National Edition, #992/1050. Octavos, 18 volumes; VG; bound in uniform full 20th century dark blue leather, gilt rules and lettering to spines; top edges of text blocks gilt, others uncut; marbled endpapers, silk pastedowns; all volumes numbered on the limitation pages; interiors clean; shelved above Africa.
1898-1924. Contains the following 16 items in 3 categories: 1) American Negro Academy, Group of 14 "Occasional Papers" ; Washington, D.C. Group of 14 issues of this landmark African American intellectual publication, beginning with Occasional Papers No. 3 in 1898; the latest journal is No. 22 (1924). Various paginations; small 8tos, original wrappers. Condition varies; many are fragile, particularly the earliest issues, but handleable.Textblocks all appear complete. No journal is missing its front cover, i.e., all are present; however, some (Nos. 3, 4, 7 and 9) are separated and others severely chipped. The 4 issues with the loose front wrappers also are lacking a (blank) bottom wrapper. Conversely, a couple issues-- namely No. 15, No. 16 and No. 17-- are Very Good+ to Near Fine. Founded in Washington D.C by 78-year-old Reverend Alexander Crummell, the American Negro Academy was an organization of black intellectuals dedicated to the promotion of higher education, the arts, and science for African Americans as part of the overall struggle for racial equality. This group of their Occasional Papers includes: #3 Alexander Crummell's 1898 paper "Civilization the Primal Need of a Race;" #4 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE NEGRO PROBLEM (Cook, 1898), #5 "How the Black St. Domingo Legion Saved the Patriot Army in the Siege of Savannah, 1779" (Steward, 1899),#6 "The Disfranchisement of the Negro" (Love, 1899), #7 "Right on the Scaffold, or The Martyrs of 1822 (Grimke, 1901); #9 "The Early Negro Convention Movement" (Cromwell, 1904), #11 "The Negro and the Elective Franchise" (Grimke, Cook, Hope, et al., 1905); #14 "Charles Sumner Centenary," a historical address by Grimke (1911); #15 "Peonage" (Hershaw, 1915); #16 "The Ballotless Victim of One-Party Governments", 1913 Annual Address (Grimke); #17 "The Ultimate Criminal," 1915 Annual Address (Grimke); "Papers of the American Negro Academy" series of six essays by various authors , #21 "The Shame of America, or, The Negro's Case Against the Republic" (Grimke, 1924); and #22 "The Challenge of the Disfranchised: A Plea for the Enforcement of the 15th Amendment" (Cromwell, 1924). 2) The Atlanta Riot: A Discourse by the Rev. Francis J. Grimke, Pastor of the Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church, October 7, 1906 Grimke, Rev. Francis J. [s.l.]: Published by Request, 1906. 1st ed. Paperback. 14p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Poor; with loose front cover, heavily chipped, with back cover absent; textblock is complete and still stapled, though with some closed tears at spine. No markings. Very hard to find. 3) Paul Cuffe Sherwood, Henry N. Washington, D.C.: Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1923. (Reprinted from the Journal of Negro History, VIII, No. 2, April 1923). 77p. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. Good. Despite some damage, these exceedingly scarce pamphlets represent the work of some of the greatest African American scholars of any era.; shelved case 1 or window.
New York: Harper & Row, 1962. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 240 pages; VG/G-; in black and brown dust jacket, black and brown spine with white titling; rubbing and wear, particularly to spine, including chips missing to head and tail of spine, tear along fore hinge; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut '$4.00'; Inscribed on the ffep by E. B. White using his nickname, "Rachel / with love from / Andy"; JM consignment; Case 3.
Paris: Chez Desaint & Saillant, Libraires, 1762. First Edition. Octavos, 2 volumes; VG-; bound in contemporary acid-washed calf, paneled gilt spine with two labels and gilt titling; moderate wear and rubbing to boards, cracking to hinges; text block edges red; marbled endpapers; This set is lacking the scarce third volume; ex-library, with labels to tail of spines, bookplates to front paste-downs, blind-stamp to title-pages, possible other markings; BS consignment; shelved case 3.
New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press, 1905. Connoisseur's Federal Edition, #46/400 (1000). Large Octavos, 8 volumes; VG-; bound in 3/4 brown calf, marbled boards and endpapers, paneled spines with gilt ruling and titling; top edges gilt, others deckled; some rubbing and wear to bindings, primarily at extremities, hinges, and heads and tails of spines; The Connoisseur's Federal Edition of the Writings of Abraham Lincoln is limited to four hundred signed and numbered sets, of which this is Number 46. Perforated limitation number present; shelved above Civil War.
Lipsiae & Francofurti; Utopiae: Sumptibus Jo. Caspari Mayeri, 1690; . First German Edition; Later Edition. 12mo., , 292 pages, , 223 pages; VG; bound in vellum, faded lettering to spine; mild wear and rubbing; ink writing to ffep, second rear endpaper; separate title page for Epistolae, published in Utopiae 1672; text in Latin; First Edition of Literae Nomine published in Germany; JG consignment; shelved case 0.
New York: Hodder and Stoughton, 1909. First American Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 414 pages; G+; bound in publisher's burgundy cloth, gilt lettering to spine; chipping to head and tail of spine; age-toning to pages; like the British first edition, the American has a fragile binding; 'The Constitutional Menace' on pages 405-414 has had the paragraphs numbered in pen; 1 of 465 copies; RB consignment; shelved case 5.
Greenfield, MI: [Henry Ford], 1929. First Edition. Octavo, 40 pages; VG-; bound in full black calf, gilt titling to front cover, plain spine; some wear to hinges, head of spine, sun-fading to edges of boards; loose within is an envelope and typed letter addressed to one of the invitees listed in the rear of the book, reading in part "Mr. Henry Ford...take pleasure in presenting...a copy of "To Thomas Alva Edison and Guests October 21st. 1929" on the occasion of the first anniversary of the dinner..."; TH consignment; shelved case 5.
San Francisco: City Lights, 1973. First City Lights Edition. Octavo; VG; Softcover in black and white; Book is SIGNED by Bukowski on the title page; First City Lights edition. This book, a collection of essays and articles by Bukowski were taken from the Open City newspaper and originally published as a single volume by Essex House. This edition published in 1973. Some wear to the edges, light creases to the wraps, some age toning to spine. Signature is bold; Shelved case 2.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1936. First Edition. Octavo; VG in VG- Slipcase and jacket; Tan spine with black lettering; Blue cloth boards with gilt design and lettering; Slipcase shows wear and some light discoloration, mostly at the edges; Jacket is toned and has some small tears and chipping on the edges, mostly at the corners and spine; Book is in excellent shape with some minor edgewear. Upper edge gilt, sewn in bookmark. toning to the text block; Previous owners bookplate on front paste down; Book has been signed by Cather and is number 169 of a limited edition of 333. Shelf in Case 2. Consigned.
New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1923. First Edition. Octavo, 72 pages; VG/VG; spine is beige with black lettering; dust jacket is in a mylar covering, has price uncut '$1.00', has minor wear along the top and bottom edges, has rubbing and discoloration on both covers; binding has minor shelf wear, has two bumps on the top edge, has occasional loose strings; pages have minor age toning; signed by Herbert Hoover on the ffep; SG Consignment; shelved case 5.
London: 1676. First Edition, Second Issue. 12mo, 234 pages; VG; bound in later full burnt orange calf, paneled spine, one compartment with gilt lettering, others plain; double-ruled blind boards; bookplate on the front pastedown of the Wickenheiser Milton Library; *2, A-I12, K10, lacking the final blank leaves K11 and K12; Second issue, with frieze face (or Medusa) woodcut on title page. The second issue is also sometimes called the second edition. The first issue (or first edition) has a fruit instead of a face.; JG consignment; shelved case 0;.
London: 1676. First Edition, Second Issue. 12mo, 234 pages; VG; bound in contemporary vellum, faded paneling and lettering to spine; name written on ffep; *2, A-I12; K10, lacking final blank leaves K11 and K12; Second issue, with frieze face (or Medusa) woodcut on title page. The second issue is also sometimes called the second edition. The first issue (or first edition) has a fruit instead of a face.; JG consignment; shelved case 0;.
Lipsiae & Francofurti: Sumptibus Jo. Caspari Mayeri, 1690. First German Edition. 12mo., , 292 pages; VG-; 3/4 bound in tan leather, beige paper boards; paneled spine with blind-stamped title; ex-library, with a library binding with call number on tail of spine, stamp to both sides of title page; slight age-toning to interior; front hinge slightly loosened; text in Latin; First Edition published in Germany; JG consignment; shelved case 0.
Boston: Stimpson and Clapp, 1831. First Edition. Octavo, 320 pages; VG; bound in brown cloth, paper label with black titling to spine; minor wear and rubbing to extremities, bumping to corners, some sun-fading; label with some mild wear; small tear to sfep; Inscribed on the copyright page by Daniel Webster to John S. Jenness, dated Nov. 26th, 1831; shelved case 5.
London: Charles Lillie, 1710-1711. First Edition. Octavos, 4 volumes; Fair; bound in full contemporary brown calf, paneled spine with burgundy label, gilt lettering, gilt tooling to other compartments; severe wear to spines, including half of label missing on volume 1, lower two compartments missing on volume 3, most of lower three compartments missing on volume 4, cracking and chipping to all volumes; rubbing to boards; bookplate to front pastedown of all volumes; red speckled text blocks; TB consignment.
London: Harper & Brothers, 1923. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 406 pages; VG/G; spine beige with burgundy labeling; dust jacket price clipped, with moderate rubbing and sunning to spine, mild wear elsewhere; some tape to interior of dust jacket, visible to head and tail of spine; interior clean; First Printing, with "E-X" to copyright page; shelved case 4.
London: William Pickering, 1836-1839. First Edition. 8vos., 4 volumes; VG; 3/4 bound in dark green leather, marbled green paper boards and endpapers, paneled spine with gilt lettering and minor gilt decorations; top edge of text block gilt; minor bumping and peeling to corners, head and tail of spine; some foxing throughout; ex libris bookplate on every volume; shelved above US politics.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1965. Octavo; VG-/G+; teal spine, black lettering; all volumes' dust jackets have tape on fore corners and spine edges, general shelfwear, general edgewear, rubbing on fore corners and spine edges, penned text on spine, spine sun toned, interior age toned; all volumes' boards have slight bowing, some edgewear, rubbing and bumping on fore corners and spine edges, ex-libris stickers on front pastedown, stamp on front end paper; all volumes' text blocks age toned, occasional penciling, soiling on exterior head and tail edges; volume 1 dust jacket has small closed tear on head edges, chipping on spine edges; volume 2 dust jacket has open and closed tears on rear edges, open tear on rear head fore corner, damp staining on spine; volume 3 dust jacket has open tear on rear head edge; volume 4 dust jacket has small open tear on spine tail edge; volume 5 dust jacket has small closed tear on front tail edge, small closed tear on rear interior flap head edge; volume 5 text block has light soiling on exterior fore edge; 5 volumes.
1816. First Edition. Octavo, 104 pages; VG; bound in modern marbled paper wraps; mild aging to pages; boldly signed R. Rush on cover, from his own library. Great American Statesman, Author, Editor, and Patriot who played a ket role with John Quincy Adams and Jmes Monroe in proclaiming the Monroe Doctrine. Was U.S. Secretary of State, Secretary of the Treasury, and Agent to secure the Smithson Bequest to establish the Smithsonian Institute. Richard Rush was thr son of Dr. Benjamin Rush, Founding Father and Surgeon General for the Continental Army during the American Revolution. Excellent magazine content includes a poem about the Wasp and letters that are signed in type print by Commodore William Bainbridge. Shelved case 1.
London: 1676. First Edition, Second Issue. 12mo, 234 pages; VG; bound in later full brown calf, paneled spine, one compartment with red label and gilt lettering, others with gilt tooling; gilt triple-ruled boards, gilt double-ruled board edges, gilt dentelle roll; top compartment on spine restored, cover reattached; bound by Bedford; top edge of text block gilt, others uncut; ex-library, with stamp on title page and on front and rear blank; *2, A-K12; Second issue, with frieze face (or Medusa) woodcut on title page. The second issue is also sometimes called the second edition. The first issue (or first edition) has a fruit instead of a face.; JG consignment; shelved case 0;.
Dar es Salaam: Oxford University Press, 1973. Reprinted edition; signed. Octavo in dark green hardcovers with gold letters on spine; VG; boards show some soiling and slight shelf wear; no DJ available; President's Nyerere's dedication to Senator Richard R. Clark and signature on ffep; frontispiece and centerfold photographs; paper and text clean; pp. 366; contains 70 speeches; shelved in Case # 5.
London: Lawton Gilliver, 1729. Second Edition. Octavo, -24, -232; VG; bound in 3/4 brown calf, marbled boards, paneled spine with gilt; some mild wear and rubbing, primarily to extremities; top edge gilt; marbled endpapers; title in black and red; Frontispiece: Ass carrying books and an owl, variety 1, some mild water-staining; mild foxing; D3, E2, P3 all cancels; lacking the entire errata, (sig. A). It belongs at the end, and white it is sometimes bound following the title page, it is missing in its entirety in this copy.; three early names in ink on title page; shelved case 0.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1935. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, vii 407 pages; VG/G-; spine green with black lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut '$3.75'; dust jacket is missing the top two inches from the head of the spine, chipping to tail of spine, upper edge of rear cover, corners, mild chipping elsewhere; interior clean; lower fore corner of text block has minor scuffing; AM consignment; shelved case 12.
Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, S.A. Mixed Editions. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; red/black spines with gilt text; 10 Volumes: v. 1, Prologos, pp 1078 ; v. 2, Discursos, pp 621 ; v. 3, Conferencias, pp 1042 ; v. 4, Articulos y Otros Trabajos, pp 1195 ; v. 5, Biografias, pp 1005, ; v. 6, Biografias, pp 1197 ; v. 7, Biografias, pp 662 ; v. 8, Ensayos, pp 720 ; v. 9, Ensayos, pp 707 ; v. 10, Idearium, pp 653 ; cloths have slight sunning to exteriors; minor wear to exteriors otherwise; slight white marks to tail exterior edges; small chip to front joint of v. 10; strong boards; text blocks shows slight soiling wear to exterior edges; interiors clean; marbled endpapers; frontispiece to each volume; illustrated; Spanish text; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders;.
Boston: Laurens Maynard, 1897. First Edition. Small Octavo, viii, 173 pages; G+; green spine, gild text; boards strong, some shelfwear, general edgewear, rubbing on fore corners, spine edges and hinges, bumping on fore corners and spine head edge, spine sun toned, interior age toned; text block age toned, title page has some separation; MS consignment; shelved case 0.
Leipzig: Bernard Tauchnitz, 1868-1880. 18mo; 5 volumes; G/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spines, brown with gold print; Boards quarter bound with brown leather to spines and corners, marbled paper to boards, wear to corners and spine caps, shelfwear to paper, light scuffing to leather; Textblocks have red-speckled edges, owner label on front pastedown, stains from leather edges on endpapers; CONTENTS [note: series "No." taken from Complete catalogue of the Tauchnitz Edition of British and American authors, Leipzig, 1905): Friends in Council : a series of readings and discourse thereon : in two volumes. Vol. I [No. 1303] / Sir Arthur Helps. (1873; cracked front hinge, foxing throughout; 263 pages) — A Cruise Upon Wheels : the chronicle of some autumn wanderings among the deserted post-roads of France : in two volumes. Vol. II [No. 1447] / Charles Allston Collins. (1874; surface tear to paper on rear; foxing to endpapers, age-toning to paper; 288 pages) — Two French Marriages : in two volumes. Vol. I (Collection of British Authors, vol. 991) [No. 991] / Mrs. C. Jenkin. (1868; penciled name on front flyleaf, foxing throughout; 299 pages) — A Poetry-Book of Songs and Sonnets, Odes and Idylls. Second Series, From the End of the Eighteenth Century to the Present Time [No. 1751] / Amelia B. Edwards [editor] (1878; foxing to endpapers, age-toning to paper; “A Poetry Book II”— spine; x, 334 pages) — Mrs. Denys of Cote : in two volumes. Vol. II [No. 1904] / Holme Lee (1880; foxing to endpapers, age-toning to paper; 296 pages).
New York and London: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1976. Reprinted. Large Octavo; VG-; red spines with black text; no jacket; 14 volumes: v. 1, Ancient Art: Pre-Greek and Greek Architecture, pp 304 [ISBN 0824024117]; v. 2, Ancient Art: Pre-Greek and Greek Art, pp 290 ; v. 3, Ancient Art: Roman Art and Architecture, pp 279, ; v. 4, Medieval Architecture, pp 268 ; v. 5, Medieval Art, pp 223 [082402415x]; v. 6, Fifteenth Century Art and Architecture, pp 286 ; v. 7, Sixteenth Century Art and Architecture, pp 297 ; v. 8, Seventeenth Century Art in Italy, France, and Spain, pp 282 ; v. 9, Seventeenth Century Art in Flanders and Holland, pp 291 ; v. 10, Rococo to Romanticism: Art and Architecture, 1700-1850, pp 302 ; v. 11, Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Architecture, pp 216 ; v. 12, Painting from 1850 to the Present, pp 219 ; v. 13, Islamic Art and Architecture, pp 372 ; v. 14, Chinese Art, pp 198 ; cloths have quite mild to exteriors; strong boards; text blocks only show light wear to exterior edges; previous owner's name lightly in pencil to ffeps; interiors clean; profusely illustrated; arts - History; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
London: John Murray, 1823. 8vo; G+ hardcover without dust jacket; brown spine with faded black text; boards are extremely age-toned with marks, rubbing and horizontal lines; front gutter is partially damaged bvut boards are in tact; paste downs, end papers, title page have wrinkles and foxing; edges are strongly discolored and deckled but pages with limited stains are clean and legible;325p.
Boston: William Simonds and Company, 1848. Octavo; G-/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, green with gold print; Boards in green cloth with gold print, corners worn and exposed, tattering to spine head, worn edges, shelfwear; Text block has gilt edges, tanning/foxing to endpapers and interior, contents page for Jan.-July 1849 is inserted; July-Dec., 1848 (iv, 308 pages), Jan.-July 1849 (312 pages), illustrated.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1859,1860. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; 3/4 bound brown leather spines with gilt text to burgundy and green bars with decorations; 7 volumes; boards have slight soiling to exteriors, some rubbing to edges, strong boards; text blocks marbled; previous owner's bookplates to front pastedowns; slight sunning to exterior edges; interiors clean; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
London: Henry Colburn, 1814. Octavos, 2 volumes; Poor; 3/4 bound in brown leather, marbled boards; paneled spines, one compartment with burgundy label, one with an ex-library sticker, label on volume 1 has been lost; severe wear and rubbing to boards and binding; gutter visible on ffep of volume 1, with front board and spine detached from text block, but attached to rear board at hinge, volume 2 nearly detached in a similar manner, but still held together; ex-library, with usual stamps, bookplates, and stickers; volume 2 lacking front endpapers, all pages after 486;.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1897-1898. First Edition, Thus. 12mo; Good-; 3/4 bound in calf; brown spines with marbled boards; 8 volumes; two labels to spines; gilt text and tooling to spines; boards have noticeable rubbing to edges and corners; some chips to spine edges; text blocks show age darkened fore and tail edges; top edges of text block gilt; marbled endpapers; hairline defect to few front gutters; frontispieces with tissue guards; light pencil;.
New York: G.P. Putnam & Son, 1870. Octavo; pp 224; G-/no-DJ; dark brown spine with gilt text and decorations to spine; gilt borders and decorative gilt illustrations to front and rear; leather front board is detaching, as is; heavy wear to joints and fore edges; moderate rubbing to head and tail edges; chipped spine edges; slight sunning to spine and head edge; gilt scroll turn in to edges; text block have marbled endpapers; all edges gilt; previous owner's bookplate to front pastedown; frontispiece with light offset to tissue guard; illustrated; interior clean.
New York: Harper & Row, 1988. First Edition. Octavo, 319 pages; VG/VG; spine is black with blue lettering; dust jacket is in a mylar covering, has minimal shelf wear; has price uncut, "$19.95", binding has minimal shelf wear; pages have occasional underlining; signed by the author on the ffep; shelved case 10.
York, Pennsylvania: The Maple Press Company, 1944. Limited Edition, #274/600. Octavo, 47 pages; VG; plain black spin with yellow paper covered boards, red and black dragon to front board; inscribed by King on the ffep; "China as told by Madame Chiang Kai-Sheck in a series of addresses in New York, San Francisco, Chicago and in Ottawa, Canada, in behalf of the Chinese Relief and of the Chinese Government."; MK consignment; shelved case 9.
London: T. Davies, 1767. Quarto; G; hardcover; rebound in green cloth, gilt lettering; boards slightly bowed, general shelfwear, general edgewear, rubbing on bumping on fore corners and spine edges, soiling on front and rear, spine sun toned, some soiling in interiors, pastedowns damp stained, erased penciling on front end paper; text block age toned, separation visible in rear, occasional soiling, occasional damp staining, exterior fore edge damp stained; 395pp.
Philadelphia: John B. Austin, 1809. First Edition. First U.S. Edition. 12mo; Fair/no-DJ hardcover; Brown spine with gold text; Boards show strong wear, front board loosely attached to spine, moderate rubbing to corners/surface rubbing, stain on edge of rear board; Textblock heavily age-toned, strong staining to several pages/pasteboards, blank page in middle section with writing; 152pp.