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501 MASEFIELD, John MARTIN HYDE. THE DUKE'S MESSENGER
London Wells Gardner, Darton and Co 1910 Hardcover 
1st British edition. Blue pictorial cloth in original red illustrated dust wrapper. Top edge gilt. B&W plates by T. C. Dugdale. Offset on free endpaper from dw and on tp from frontis tissue guard, otherwise an excellent copy of this 17th century English adventure in a scarce but tattered dw that has separated into two pieces. ; 8vo 
Price: 35.00 USD
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502 MASON, James Frederick THE BOOK OF CHEER
New York Dodge Publishing Company 1903 Flexible leather 
In flexible suede with gilt decorative title frame on front cover. Top edge gilt. Moire patterned bronze endpapers and lovely Art Nouveau decorative frames and devices in ochre and green surround the text. Slight offset of the decorations on facing pages. Selected poems, prayers, and inspirational sayings by Robert Louis Stevenson, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Charles Kingsley, &c. Printed in black on heavy paper. Unpaginated. Paste-down endpapers darkened, but otherwise an excellent gift book. Includes original printed gift card. ; Small 8vo 
Price: 35.00 USD
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503 MAUPASSANT, Guy de FORT COMME LA MORT
Paris Ollendorff N.D. Hardcover 
Approximately 7 x 5-1/4 inches; 315pp. In old marbled boards backed in leather with gilt lettering and decoration; t.e.g. Covers show a little edgewear. Marbled endpapers. Old inscription (dated 1924) on front blank. Paper toning. Numerous black & white text illustrations by Andre Brouillet. An attractive production of this story of an aging painter in love with the daughter of his mistress. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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504 MAYBECK, Bernard R PALACE OF FINE ARTS AND LAGOON PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, 1915
San Francisco Paul Elder & Company Softcover 
Original stiff orange textured paper with gilt decoration and lettering over flexible boards. Yapped edges a little worn, and top of spine chipped, but otherwise the cover is bright and very attractive. Lovely tipped-photo frontis and one additional photo of the Palace of Fine Arts and Lagoon on a Foggy Night. Interesting contemporary illustrated book plate of Louise Wahl on front free endpaper. The only book by renowned architect Bernard Maybeck (1862-1957). ; 12mo 
Price: 125.00 USD
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505 MAYER, Frederich DER ZWEIKAMPF. Ein Sittengeschichtlicher Beitrag
Erlangen Der Palm'schen Verlags Buchhandlung 1843 Hardcover 
Thin 8vo. (21cm). XVI, 51 pages. In marbled boards stamped in gilt “Athenaeum” on front cover with old leather title bookplate. Athanaeum stamp on title page, and page “1” as well. Pages toning a little, a few numbers on front paste-down.Text in German schrift. [DUELING] 
Price: 125.00 USD
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506 MCMURTRIE, Douglas C. THE GOLDEN BOOK THE STORY OF FINE BOOKS AND BOOKMAKING--PAST AND PRESENT
Chicago Pascal Covici 1927 Hardcover 
Limited edition, No. 14 of 220 copies. SIGNED by the author. In 3/4 leather with marbled boards. Slight abrasion of front marbled endpaper due to removal of bookplate. Top edge gilt; deckle edge. A study of the import and power of the printed word from early manuscript efforts to the understanding of the setting of type and the printing of books in the modern Private Press resurgence. A consideration of book arts. An attractive, near-fine copy of this comprehensive book. ; AL 
Price: 175.00 USD
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507 MEASE, James ARCHIVES OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. A WORK DEVOTED TO COMMERCE, MANUFACTURES, RURAL AND DOMESTIC ECONOMY, AGRICULTURE, AND THE USEFUL ARTS. Vol III
Philadelphia David Hogan 1813 Hardcover 
8vo. in worn old calf; foxing throughout. With three illustration plates including one of Fulton's Steam Ferry Boat. Library label on front paste-down and contemporary owner's signature on title page. Topics include: New mode of measuring a Ship's sailing," Remedy for Peach worm; On the economy of Bees, On the cultivation of Woad, cattle, sheep, glazing earthenware, Dyes, to keep hams through summer, imports, exports, patents, burr millstones, conversion of iron into steel, collection of saltpetre, on the form of chimneys, hanging grindstones, making bricks, &c. [Resident in Philadelphia, James Mease (1771-1846) was a physician and author and active in the scientific, agricultural, and industrial communities]. 
Price: 55.00 USD
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508 MEEKER, CLAUDE THE HOME OF THE BRONTES
Champlin Press 1916 Hardcover Signed by Author
Limited edition: 87 of 200 copies. Signed by author. Also inscribed by author on front free endpaper. Half wood veneer backed in vellum. Edges rubbed and bumped. Pages uncut. Handsomely printed on handmade paper with frontis and spot illustrations, and red initial caps. Handsome collector's armorial bookplate of James and Anna Kilbourne on front endpaper to whom the book is inscribed. Small faint library stamp on front paste-down endpaper and in bottom margin of title page--barely noticable. Rear endpapers show slight glue stains from removal of paper pocket. "A Paper Read Before the Kit-Kat Club on Thursday, December Second, Nineteen Fifteen." An interesting personal narrative of travels in Yorkshire--especially regarding the Bronte's family and landscape. ; Small 4to; 22 pages 
Price: 85.00 USD
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509 MEIKLE, James THE TRAVELLER; OR, MEDITATIONS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS WRITTEN ON BOARD A MAN OF WAR. TO WHICH IS ADDED, CONVERSE WITH THE WORLD UNSEEN.
New York Printed for S. Dodge, By George Forman 1811 Hardcover 
1st American edition. 12mo; xii, 360 pages in contemporary full calf with gilt lettered leather label on spine. Covers show moderate wear, rear cover detached. Contemporary inked owner's signatures of Giles Dayton on front free endpaper and on front blanks. Self-reflection and observations by the Royal surgeon during his sojourn upon a man of war during 1757-1762. Sabin 47402.; 12mo 
Price: 70.00 USD
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510 MENURET DE CHAMBAUDE (Jean-Jacques) ESSAIS SUR L’HISTOIRE MÉDICO-TOPOGRAPHIQUE DE PARIS, OU LETTRES A M. D’AUMONT, Professeur en Médecine, a Balence, Sur le climat de Paris, sur l’état de la Médecine, sur le caractère et le traitement des maladies, sur l’Inoculation, le Magnétisme animal.. Nouvelle Édition, Augmentée de quelques Lettres sur les changemens et objets nouveaux que Paris présente depuis 1785, sur la Vaccine, le Galvanisme, etc.
Paris Chez Mequignon l'aine, et Chez A. Bouvier, 1804 Hardcover 
(1st edition pub. 1786.) Approx. 16.5 cm; xxxvi, 360, [2 bl.] pages. In full calf with gilt decoration and leather title label on spine. All edges marbled and marbled endpapers. Contemporary inked signature of M. Jadelot on half title. Expanded to include the fascinating period in French history with medical observations taken during the ebb and flow of war and siege, violence, death, epidemic, starvation during the time of the French Revolution, the coming of Napoleon, &c. &c. Covers a little stained and rubbed. Text in French. [P] #186 
Price: 325.00 USD
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511 MERCURIALE, Girolamo. [1530-1606] HIERONYMI MERCURIALIS FOROLIVIENSIS DE ARTE GYMNASTICA LIBRI SEX: in quibus exercitationum omnium vetustarum genera, loca, modi, faculates, & quidquid denique ad corporis humani exercitationes pertinet, diligenter explicatur
Amstelodami Andreae Frisii 1672 Hardcover 
In facsimile (1979?). Limited edition of 2800 copies of which this is numbered “50” of this title printed for Editions Medicina Rara. Ilkley, England: Scolar Press. 8vo, half leather with marbled boards; raised bands and gilt lettering on spine. All edges speckled in red. Housed in protective slipcase. 387, [43] pages, [7] leaves of plates (4 folding). With a separate printed small 4to “Introduction.” A handsome, near fine copy of this facsimile edition of the original 1672 Amstelodami printing. With numerous illustrations, several fold-out. The medical history of gymnastics and exercise. Text in Latin. #129 
Price: 95.00 USD
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512 MEYERS, Albert Cook IMMIGRATION OF THE IRISH QUAKERS INTO PENNSYLVANIA 1682-1750 WITH THEIR EARLY HISTORY IN IRELAND
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania The Author 1902 Hardcover 
SIGNED by the author on the copyright page. Small 4to. (approximately 6-1/2 x 9-1/2 inches); xxii, 477 pages in original blue cloth backed in brown. Lacking spine, but still sound. Former owner's name and sticker on front paste down. Numerous illustrations including facsimiles of signatures and certificates of removal, also plates from photos and drawings of portraits, Meeting Houses, &c. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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513 MICHEL, Martin. 1759-1824. QUINTESSENZ AUS ANFANG, MITTE UND ENDE DER WUNDERCURVERSUCHE, WELCHE ZU WÜRZBURG UND BAMBERG...und durch Martin Michel,...und durch...Prinzen A. v. Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst unternommen worden sind, etc.
Leipzig: F. H. Brockhaus, 1822 Hardcover 
8vo (approx. 21.5 x 12.5 cm); viii, 344 pages, in marbled boards backed in green cloth with gilt rules and lettering. Marbled endpapers. Frontis portrait. Printed by Friedrich Arnold Brockhaus and Johann Friedrich Pierer. Includes the miraculous cures (with peasant Martin Michel) by the priest Prince A. von Hohenlohe-Schillingsfurst. Small stain on spine and edges rubbed; front and back matter with foxing, remainder of book is generally clean. Text in German. Scarce. #189 
Price: 125.00 USD
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514 Millay, Edna St. Vincent MAKE BRIGHT THE ARROWS. 1940 NOTEBOOK
New York And London Harper & Brothers 1940 Hardcover 
1st edition. Small 8vo in blue boards with 3/4 black linen and paper label on spine. A near fine copy. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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515 Millay, Edna St. Vincent PRINCESS MARRIES THE PAGE: A PLAY IN ONE ACT
New York And London Harper & Brothers 1932 First Edition Hardcover 
1st edition. Tall 8vo in original green boards backed with yellow linen with gilt lettering and decoration on spine. Printed at the Golden Hind Press. Decorations by J. Paget-Fredericks. Color frontis illustration. Millay wrote this play during her undergraduate years at Vasser. A very good copy. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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516 MILLAY, Edna St. Vincent THE PRINCESS MARRIES THE PAGE. A PLAY IN ONE ACT
New York and London Harper & Brothers 1932 Hardcover 
8vo. in original green boards backed in cloth with original illustrated dust wrapper. 1st edition. Decorations by J. Paget-Fredericks. A near fine copy with a nice dust wrapper that has a few small closed tears. An early effort by Ms. Millay while an undergraduate at Vassar, written in 1917. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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517 MILLER, John Stocker POEMS OF YOUTH
Chicago Privately Printed 1907 Hardcover 
1/135 copies. Printed by C. L. Ricketts. 12mo (4-1/2 x 7 inches). Half vellum with original green paper over boards. t.e.g. and gilt lettering on spine. Cover shows slight wear with small stain on back cover and crease near top front corner. Nice decorative hand-made endpapers with collector's plate of Walter Taylor Sumner, Episcopal Bishop of Chicago. Tipped-in photo frontis of old water mill. Scarce.; 12mo; 71 pages 
Price: 35.00 USD
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518 MILLER, Marion Mills THE SONGS OF SAPPHO INCLUDING THE RECENT EGYPTIAN DISCOVERIES: THE POEMS OF ERINNA; GREEK POEMS ABOUT SAPPHO; OVID'S EPISTLE OF SAPPHO TO PHAON
New York Frank-Maurice, Inc. 1925 Limited Edition Hardcover 
1/750. Parchment-paper backed boards, a little rubbed and chipped near spine. Preface: [The Dance of the Sapphic Stanza]; B&W plates of ancient classic sculpture and vase pictures. Introduction by David Moore Robinson: Recovery and Restoration of the Relict of Sappho; The Real Sappho (Critical Memoir). Includes Poems and fragments quoted by ancient writers. Often includes the ancient Greek lettering along with the translations. ; Small 4to; xiv, 435 pages 
Price: 45.00 USD
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519 MOLIERE, Jacques-Rochette de la ANGOLA: AN EASTERN TALE
London Chapman & Hall, Ltd. 1926 Limited Edition Hardcover 
1/1000. Patterned paper over boards backed with tan linen. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Printed paper label on matching patterned paper dust wrapper. Introduction by Augustus John. Very Good book in patched, soiled dust wrapper which lacks large portion of bottom right corner. Made and printed in England at the Curwen Press. A satire on 18th century manners and customs in Paris. ; 8vo 
Price: 20.00 USD
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520 MONRO, Alexander. 1697-1767. THE WORKS OF ALEXANDER MONRO, M.D. FELLOW OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY, FELLOW OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, AND LATE PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE AND ANATOMY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. Published by his Son, Alexander Monro, M.D. President of the Royal College of Physicians, and Professor of Medicine and of Anatomy and Surgery in the University of Edinburgh. To Which is Prefixed The Life of the Author.
Edinburgh: Printed for Charles Elliot, 1781 Hardcover 
4to (approx. 30.5 x 24.5 cm) xxiv, 791, [1] pages. A few sections with pages opened, but primarily the book is unopened as issued from the publisher. Unusual, presumably in original “temporary” boards from publisher with inked title on spine; binder’s notes at rear. Text block broken between pages 272-73 and 400-01; and loose in a few other places. No frontis but with 7-folding copperplate etchings bound in. The covers are worn and stained, the pages are uncut and with varying degrees of toning or light spotting. A scarce item. [A] #192 
Price: 600.00 USD
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521 MONTESQUIEU LE TEMPLE DE GNIDE SUIVI D'ARSACE ET ISMÉNIE
Rouen Chez J. Lemonnyer 1881 Hardcover 
Large paper edition, No. 690. In 3/4 leather with speckled boards; gilt lettering and raised bands on spine. Top edge gilt. Edges rubbed and gilt dulled. Engraved plate illustrations, some with tissue guards. With illustrated portrait bookplate by William Bell Scott of Joseph Knight (1829 -1907) literary critic and author, the editor of "Notes and Queries," contributor to the DNB, author of biographies including Dante Gabriel Rossett, &c. &c. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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522 MONTGOMERY, Morton L. HISTORY OF READING PENNSYLVANIA 1748-1898 And the Anniversary Proceedings of thh Sesqui-Centennial, June 5-12, 1898
Reading, Penn. Times Book Print 1898 Hardcover 
In full green cloth with gilt lettering and decoration on spine. 8vo (approx. 9x5-1/2 inches); 298 pages including index at rear. Large folding map tipped in. Numerous illustrations from photos and text drawings. Covers with a little abrasion and front inner hinge cracked. Numerous old newspaper clippings and manuscript lists of names laid in. Record of the early development of Reading's industrial and manufacturing center include Bicycles, Book Binding, Cigars, Iron, Candy, Hosiery, Brass Works, Breweries, &c, &c...as well as its religious, cultural, political and architectural history. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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523 Moore, Charles H. THE MEDIEVAL CHURCH ARCHITECTURE OF ENGLAND
NY The Macmillan Company 1912 First Edition Hardcover VG/NONE 
Green Cloth cover with bumped corners and shelfware on edges of spine. Slight staining top of front cover. Aging tape repair to tear on p. 73.; Large 8vo in blue cloth with gilt lettering on the spine, a little discolored at top edge of covers. Top edge gilt. Using his own measured drawings and photographs the author defines the difference between the English and French styles of church architecture built during the Mediaeval period. A detailed architectural study. With 23 Plates in half-tone and 149 text illustrations. ; Drawings & Photographs; 8vo 
Price: 20.00 USD
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524 MOORE, John A JOURNAL DURING A RESIDENCE IN FRANCE FROM AUGUST, TO DECEMBER, 1792. TO WHICH IS ADDED, AND ACCOUNT OF THE MOST REMARKABLE EVENTS THAT HAPPENED AT PARIS FROM THAT TIME TO THE DEATH OF THE LATE KING OF FRANCE.
London Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson 1793 Hardcover 
2 Volumes. Octavos in 3/4 calf with marbled boards, with gilt ornament and black leather title labels on spines (rebacked at an earlier time). Marbled endpapers with ornate armorial bookplates of Baron Marcus Rosenkrantz on front paste downs. Very nice copy of the color fold-out map in Vol. 2. John Moore (1729-1802) a physician and a published author, witnessed first-hand the burgeoning French Revolution when he was stationed in Paris as an attache in the household of the British Ambassador. The covers are edge-worn, but a nice set allowing the reader to watch a facet of the French revolution unfold through the eyes of this British observer. ; JL 
Price: 425.00 USD
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525 MOORE, Thomas THOMAS MOORE'S COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS. COLLECTED BY HIMSELF
New York Thomas Y. Crowell 1895 Hardcover 
Original red cloth in ornately decorated publisher's binding. Signed gilt design ("TBH" Theodore Brown Hapgood, Jr. (1871-1938) ) with ornated floral and bird decoration is bright on front cover, a bit dulled on spine. 8 x 5-1/2 inches; xxiv, 800 pages. Illustrated. An excellent example of the beauty of decorated cloth cover designs. ; 8vo 
Price: 30.00 USD
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526 MOORE, Thomas] VOYAGES D'UN IRLANDAIS A LA RECHERCHE D'UNE RELIGION...
Lyon & Paris Chez Perisse Freres 1834 Hardcover 
16mo (17cm) in full calf with gilt decoration, leather title label and old library sticker on spine. Covers worn and occasional light staining to paper, but the book is still tight and sound. Marbled edges. Translation into French of Thomas Moore's classic "Travels of an Irish Gentleman in Search of a Religion," (1833), that was popular among the anti-protestant movement in France. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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527 MORE, Hannah THE COMPLETE WORKS OF HANNAH MORE
New-York Harper & Brothers 1836 Hardcover 
1st American Edition. Two volumes bound as one in full old leather with gilt lettering on spine and marbled edges. Marbled endpapers and small inked name on front blank. Engraved portrait of More and extra-illustrated title page dated 1835. Text printed in double columns. Hannah More (1745-1833) was a British author, poet, dramatist and philanthropist. In the 1770's & 80's More lived in London and was actively involved with the intellectual and literary elite and a member of the Bluestocking Group. In 1785 she moved to Somerset and in the following decades wrote many moral and ethical books and tracts, some of which embraced anti-revolutionary thought, anti-slavery, anti-French, and women's education. In later life she set up schools for the poor focusing upon reading and the Bible. Covers worn with splitting at head of spine; light occasional foxing. ; AL 
Price: 150.00 USD
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528 MORFORD, Henry JOHN JASPER'S SECRET. SEQUAL TO CHARLES DICKEN'S MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD
New York City R. F. Fenno & Company 1898 Hardcover 
Small 8vo (7-3/4 x 5 inches); 431 pages with 3 pages of publisher's ads at rear. In full green cloth with pictorial gilt on spine. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Very light rubbing and bottom corners "bumped" otherwise an excellent copy. [The second "ending" to Dickens' unfinished novel, Mystery of Edwin Drood, was written by Henry Morford, (1823-1881) a NY journalist and travel writer. It was originally published serially in 8 parts in England 1871-72. This is the first edition in book form. Authorship of this title was wrongly attributed to Charles Dickens, Jr. and Wilkie Collins (assigned by Allibone and Cushing to Henry Morford).] 
Price: 75.00 USD
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529 MORGAGNI, Giovanni Battista. 1682-1771. CARTEGGIO INEDITO con Giovanni Bianchi (Janus Plancus).
Bari: Societa Tipografica Editrice Barese, 1914 Hardcover 
8vo (20.5 cm) in hand-made paste-paper over boards with leather title labels on spine. Forni Bookplate. xv, [bl.], 275, [1]. Introduction by Prof. Guglielmo Bilancioni. A few illus. plates. Paper toning. With silk book ribbon. Correspondence between Bianchi and his mentor Morgagni. Morgagni was considered the founder of modern pathological anatomy relying on the practice of dissection and preserving specimens from humans for instruction. Text in Italian. #193; 8vo (20.5 cm) in hand-made paste-paper over boards with leather title labels on spine. Forni Bookplate. xv, [bl.], 275, [1]. Introduction by Prof. Guglielmo Bilancioni. A few illus. plates. Paper toning. With silk book ribbon. Correspondence between Bianchi and his mentor Morgagni. Morgagni was considered the founder of modern pathological anatomy relying on the practice of dissection and preserving specimens from humans for instruction. Text in Italian. #193 
Price: 65.00 USD
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530 MORGAGNI, John Baptist. THE SEATS AND CAUSES OF DISEASES, INVESTIGATED BY ANATOMY; CONTAINING A GREAT VARIETY OF DISSECTIONS, AND ACCOMPANIED WITH REMARKS. Abridged, and Elucidated with Copious Notes, by William Cooke.
Boston: Wells and Lilly; and H. C. Carey and I. Lea, Philadelphia, 1824 Hardcover 
2 Volumes. 1st American edition. Boston: Wells and Lilly: and H. C. Carey and I. Lea, Philadelphia, 1824. 8vo’s (21.25 cm) in full tree calf with leather title ?labels on spines. Covers rubbed and chipped with some cracking at spines. Front joint at head of spine and inner hinge of Vol. 1 cracked. Occasional light foxing throughout. Corner piece missing from pages 17-18, but no loss of text. Two small holes in rear endpapers of Vol. 2. By this work, Morgagni was considered the founder of modern pathological anatomy. “[It] consists of a series of 70 letters reporting about 700 cases and necropsies. As best he could, he correlated the clinical record with the post-mortem finding. Morgagni gave the first descriptions of several pathological conditions,” Garrison Morton 2276 (referring to the Venice 1761 Latin edition); Osler 1181.; 2 Volumes. 1st American edition. Boston: Wells and Lilly: and H. C. Carey and I. Lea, Philadelphia, 1824. 8vo’s (21.25 cm) in full tree calf with leather title ?labels on spines. Covers rubbed and chipped with some cracking at spines. Front joint at head of spine and inner hinge of Vol. 1 cracked. Occasional light foxing throughout. Corner piece missing from pages 17-18, but no loss of text. Two small holes in rear endpapers of Vol. 2. By this work, Morgagni was considered the founder of modern pathological anatomy. “[It] consists of a series of 70 letters reporting about 700 cases and necropsies. As best he could, he correlated the clinical record with the post-mortem finding. Morgagni gave the first descriptions of several pathological conditions,” Garrison Morton 2276 (referring to the Venice 1761 Latin edition); Osler 1181. #194 
Price: 1200.00 USD
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531 MORGAN, Octavius SOME ACCOUNT OF THE ANCIENT MONUMENTS IN THE PRIORY CHURCH, ABERGAVENNY
Newport (Printed for the Monmouthshire and Caerleon Antiquarian Association, By H. Mullock) 1872 First Edition Hardcover 
11 x 7 3/4 inches. Original red cloth publisher's binding with black decorative frame and gilt title on spine. With 13 tipped-in albumen photographs of monumental effigies from the 13th to the 17th century. The photos still hold a nice tonal range. Covers separating from textblock. Tipped-in errata slip. Occasional foxing throughout, not affecting photos. Inked owner's signature (MP) on back free endpaper. A fascinating history of a small place revealed through its monuments and effigies. [#543 Gernsheim: "Incunabula of British Photography".] ; Small 4to 
Price: 85.00 USD
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532 MORISON, Alexander. 1779-1866. THE PHYSIOGNOMY OF MENTAL DISEASES.
London: Editions Medicina Rara 1975 Hardcover 
Handsome modern reprint edition, #50 of 2500 copies from the 1843 London edition. Bound in half leather with glossy black paper over boards and housed in a slipcase. Printed on one side of the page only, with case studies incorporating multiple portrait plates of each subject in various states of their mental derangement. The cases are arranged under the mental illness heads of Mania, Monomania, Dementia, or Idiocy. Based upon a series of lectures the author commenced in 1823. A faint dull spot on front cover, otherwise a near fine copy. [A] #195 
Price: 95.00 USD
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533 MORLEY, Christopher TRANSLATIONS FROM THE CHINESE
New York George H. Doran Company 1922 First Edition Hardcover 
Attractive orange and gilt decorative paper over boards backed with cloth, with illustrated paper label of instrument playing Chinese man on front cover and with worn title label on spine. Owner's bookplate on endpapers; endpapers browning. Hinges starting. Contemporary inked owner's signature on title page. The Norman Remington Co., Baltimore sticker on rear end page. And in Morley's words from the colophon "And both publisher and author invoke handsome generous blessing on anyone who actually buys it." ; 8vo; 86 pages 
Price: 15.00 USD
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534 MORRIS, William GUENEVERE TWO POEMS BY WILLIAM MORRIS
London Franfrolico Press 1930 Hardcover 
# 27 of 450 copies. Handsomely printed and published by Jack Lindsay's Franfrolico Press. Original brown boards with black cloth spine and edges. Top edge gilt. Includes two poems by William Morris: "The Defence of Guenevere," and "King Arthur's Tomb;" and a foreword by Gordon Bottomley. Handsomely illustrated with 8 collographs of drawings by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Hand set on Barcham Green Vellum. One of Franfrolico's later efforts closely resembling the Kelmscott style. Slight damage to edge of front board, but otherwise a very good copy. Rather scarce.; Small 4to 
Price: 225.00 USD
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535 MORSE, Jedidiah GEOGRAPHY MADE EASY: BEING AN ABRIDGMENT OF THE AMERICAN UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHY
Boston Thomas & Andrews 1807 First Edition (?) Hardcover 
Eleventh edition, corrected by the author. 17.5 x 10 cm; 432 pages with fold-out map of the United States. In contemporary old leather. Covers worn with top half-inch of spine rubbed away and lacking spine label. Contemporary inked name and notations on front endpapers. Paper toning. Frontis map removed. Contains information on Astronomical Geography, a Chronological Table of Remarkable events, from the Creation to the Present Time. Includes the geographical history of the United States, the North America, South America, West India Islands,Europe, Asia, Africa and "New Discoveries." Dedicated: "To the Young Masters and Misses throughout the United States...with warmest wishes for their early improvement in every thing that shall make them truly happy..." 
Price: 85.00 USD
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536 MORTON, Leslie T GARRISON AND MORTON’S MEDICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY. AN ANNOTATED CHECK-LIST OF TEXTS ILLUSTRATING THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE Second Edition, Revised.
Andre Deutsch, 1965 Hardcover 
8vo in original green cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Spine a bit faded with small nick and tips bumped, and endpapers with light spotting, but otherwise a nice copy of this valuable reference work. [P] #196B 
Price: 25.00 USD
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537 MOYER, Dennis K. FRAKTUR WRITINGS AND FOLK ART DRAWINGS OF THE SCHWENKFELDER LIBRARY COLLECTION
Kutztown, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania German Society 1998 Hardcover 
Volume XXXI of the Pennsylvania German Society, 1997. Quarto in beige linen with red lettering and illustration onlay on front cover; in the original illustrated dust wrapper. Profusely illustrated with color reproductions of the frakturs, drawings and other art created by the religious sect called the Schwenkfelders. Text includes this sect's early history and a discussion of the development of fraktur in America. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. New in publisher's shrinkwrap. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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538 MUMFORD, James G. 1863-1914 SURGICAL MEMOIRS AND OTHER ESSAYS
New York: Moffat, Yard & Company, 1908 Hardcover 
1st edition. 8vo; ix, 358 pages in publisher’s green cloth with gilt lettering. Top edge gilt. Illustrated. Former owner’s dated signature on front free endpaper and number written on back paste-down. Covers a little rubbed, but otherwise a very good copy. Mumford was a physician and instructor at Harvard Medical School and author of books and essays on medicine, surgery and the history of medicine. “The contents include essays on Hippocrates, Galen, Vesalius, Paré, Haller, John Hunter, and Lister,” Osler 6238. [A] 
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539 MUMFORD, James Gregory. 1863-1914 A NARRATIVE OF MEDICINE IN AMERICA
Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott, 1903 Hardcover 
1st edition. 8vo; 508 pages. In publisher’s green cloth with gilt lettering. Top edge gilt. Former owner’s signature from the date of publication on front free endpaper. Gold a little dull on spine, covers a little scuffed, and gutter cracked at title page, but still tight and clean. Mumford was a physician and instructor at Harvard Medical School and author of books and essays on medicine, surgery and the history of medicine. Dedicated to William Osler. Osler 6237. [A] #197 
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540 NAPIER, GEORGE G.  HOMES AND HAUNTS OF ALFRED LORD TENNYSON
Glasgow  James Maclehose & Sons  1892  Hardcover  
A Very Good copy.Brown cloth with bright gilt lettering and rules over black labels on cover and spine. on slightly rubbed brown cloth over boards. Illustrated throughout with b&w photogravure portraits, illustrations and architectural photographs in vignettes and plates. One of 550 copies on Japanese vellum. Photogravures by Annan of Glasgow. A handsome, fascinating book offering insight into the place and people who inspired Tennyson's writings. ; Small 4to  
Price: 110.00 USD
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541 NASH, John Henry NICOLAS JENSON, PRINTER OF VENICE. His Famous Type Designs and Some Comment Upon the Printing Types of Earlier Printers
San Francisco Printed by John Henry Nash 1926 Hardcover 
Limited Edition of 207 copies, this being No.106. Folio (16-1/4 x 10-1/2 inches) in original marbled boards backed in pigskin with leather title label, and gilt lettering on spine. The type is a recutting of Jenson's Roman letter by Morris Fuller Benton. This copy is Lacking the leaf of Plutarch's Vitae Parallelae Illustrium Virorum. With 10 blanks at front and rear and 8 pages of printed text. Edges a bit rubbed and paper with occasional light spotting. An important typographical effort. 
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542 NEELY, F. Tennyson GREATER AMERICA. HEROES, BATTLES, CAMPS, DEWEY ISLANDS, CUBA, PUERTO RICO
New York / London F. Tennyson Neely 1898 Hardcover 
Oblong octavo in original red cloth; expertly rebacked with new endpapers. Contemporary pencilled inscription on front free endpapers. B&w photo plates of the Spanish-American War and domestic scenes with war-time locales; with captions. Views of the military camps and Cuba by war correspondent and novelist Gilson Willlets; those of Dewey Islands by author Margherita Arlina Hamm. Nice images providing a context for this brief military jaunt. 
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543 NEWHALL, Beaumont  THE HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY FROM 1839 TO THE PRESENT DAY. REVISED AND ENLARGED EDITION
New York  The Museum of Modern Art  1964  Hardcover  
The fourth revised and expanded edition of the text first published in the 1937 illustrated catologue of the Museum of Modern Art's exhibition "Photography 1839-1937." Quarto in original blue cloth with original printed dustwrapper. A near fine copy in an edge-chipped dust wrapper that is darkening at the edges. This new edition includes new photographs never published before. From recording images, to documentary reporting, to photography as art, this history traces the evolution of technology and the range of our conception of what a photography is. Includes bibliography and index at rear.  
Price: 30.00 USD
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544 NICOLAI, Ernst Anton. 1722-1802. REZEPTE UND KURARTEN mit theoretisch-practischen Anmerkungen
Jena: Verlag der Crokerschen Buchhandlung, 1790 Hardcover 
. Volume 3 (of five). 2nd edition, increased and improved. Small 8vo (approx. 18.5 cm); [2], 764 pages, in contemporary worn boards. Textblock separate from binding. Neat, contemporary signature on front free endpaper and title page. Pages uncut, with light to moderate foxing throughout. Nicolai was a professor of chemistry and clinical medicine at the University of Jena, and was a proponent of the Classical theory of the four humors (bodily fluids) and vitalism, a recognition of the human soul and mind-body relationships. Text in German. #200 
Price: 150.00 USD
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545 NOLAN, J. Bennett WALKS IN READING TOWN
Chamber of Commerce of Reading Pennsylavania 1945 Hardcover 
First edition in orange cloth with blue printed titles, inscribed by author on front free endpaper. Photo illustrated. A little worn at head of spine and owner's blind stamp in bottom margin of "Preface," otherwise a very good copy. A noted regional historian and bibliophile, Nolan Bennett continues his efforts to bring the past glories of Reading Pennsylvania to life for the modern reader. ; 8vo 
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546 NUSSEY, Ellen REMINISCENCES OF CHARLOTTE BRONTË by her friend Ellen Nussey
Bronte Press 1985 Hardcover 
Abridged. 24mo. (5 x 3-5/8 inches); 28pp. in floral paper over boards with paper title label on front cover. Printed on lavender paper. Numerous b&w illustrations. Hand-tinted vignette on title page and preface. No. 44 of 75 copies and signed by the illustrator. Fine. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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547 NUSSEY, Ellen REMINISCENCES OF CHARLOTTE BRONTË by Her Friend Ellen Nussey
Bronte Press 1985 Hardcover 
No. 31 of 75 copies and SIGNED by the illustrator. Abridged. Miniature book (2-7/8 x 2 inches); 28pp. in floral paper over boards, backed with grey silk and with paper title label on front cover. Printed on lavender paper. Nice hand-colored illustrations. A fine copy. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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548 NUTTING, Wallace NEW HAMPSHIRE BEAUTIFUL
Framingham Mass. Old America Company 1923 Hardcover 
Small 4to. (approx. 10 x 7 inches); 302pp. In green cloth with gilt lettering on front cover and spine. Illustrated from photos and sketches by the author with 304 pictures covering all the counties in New Hampshire. Nutting (1861-1941) was the author of several illustrated books about New England, the Mid-Atlantic, England and Ireland. He is noted for the marketing of many of his hand-tinted photographs scenic and interior genre scenes of early American life, and Early American reproduction furniture. Spine darkened, including lettering; small white dot on rear cover; otherwise a very nice copy. 
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549 O'Brien, Harriet LOST UTOPIAS A Brief Description of three quests for happiness, Alcott's Fruitlands, Old Shaker House, and American Indian Museum Rescued From Oblivion, recorded and Preserved by Clara Endicott Sears...
Boston Perry Walton 1929 Softcover 
Original printed wrappers. 4to. (10-1/2 x 7-1/2 inches); 66pp. Second edition. Three utopian experiments including Alcott’s Fruitlands. Edges lightly chipped and joint starting at top of spine with neat repair to strengthen inner hinge. Many illustrations from photos. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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550 OAKESMITH, John RACE AND NATIONALITY. AN INQUIRY INTO THE ORIGIN AND GROWTH OF PATRIOTISM
New York Frederick A. Stokes Company 1919 Hardcover 
1st edition. 8vo. in original green cloth with black lettering. Stamp of previous owner on front plank and half-title page. Covers a little soiled, copyright date penned on title page and paper toned with occasional underlining in text. A good, tight copy of an interesting book offering an analysis of race as a critical principle of nationality through an international view of the religious, the literary and the political. A classic book dealing with the literature of modern racism. 
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551 OAKLEY, Amy ENCHANTED BRITTANY
New York The Century Co. 1930 Hardcover Signed by Author & Illustrator
Illustrated by Thornton Oakley. Inscribed and Signed by the Author and the Illustrator. First Printing. 8vo. in blue cloth with gilt lettering. Endpapers are a "sketch-map" of the area. An intimate exploration of the landscape, history and culture of Brittany. The illustrator, Thornton Oakley (1881-1953) studied with Howard Pyle (the founder of the Brandywine School) at Chadds Ford. As well as his paintings of industrial America, he had a career illustrating for Scribner's Century, Harper's Monthly, &c. &c., and issued a series of paintings of industrial America in WWII for National Geographic. This wife and husband issued several travel books which she authored and he illustrated. Spine a little faded, otherwise a very good copy of this travel narrative. ; Signed by Author & Illustrator 
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552 OAKLEY, Amy HILL-TOWNS OF THE PYRENEES
New York The Century Co. 1923 Hardcover Signed by Author & Illustrator
Illustrated by Thornton Oakley. Inscribed and Signed by the Author and the Illustrator. First Printing. 8vo. in green cloth with gilt illustrations and lettering. Endpapers are a "sketch-map" of the area. An intimate exploration of the landscape, history and culture of the mountains between France and Spain. The illustrator, Thornton Oakley (1881-1953) studied with Howard Pyle (the founder of the Brandywine School) at Chadds Ford. As well as his paintings of industrial America, Oakley had a career illustrating for Scribner's Century, Harper's Monthly, &c. &c., and issued a series of paintings of industrial America in WWII for National Geographic. This wife and husband issued several travel books which she authored and he illustrated. Spine a little faded, and very slight rubbing to edges, otherwise a very good copy of this travel narrative. ; Signed by Author & Illustrator 
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553 OLIPHANT, Mrs. (Margaret) THE LITERARY HISTORY OF ENGLAND IN THE END OF THE EIGHTEENTH AND BEGINNING OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
London MacMillan 1882 Hardcover 
3 Volumes. Octavos in original green cloth with gilt lettering on spines. Margaret Oliphant (1828-1897) was an author and critic with a prolific output of novels, biographies, criticisms and travel books. Included among many authors and topics in this set she opens with William Cowper and Robert Burns, explores the Romantics, poetry, Jane Austen, Maria Edgeworth and Susan Ferrier, Literature in Ireland, "The Cockney School" of writers in London and ends with Philosophers and Historians, and Theologians. A comprehensive and considered study by a near contemporary including many now obscure names. The tips are a little bumped with light wear, otherwise an excellent, tight, attractive set. ; AL 
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554 OSLER, William. 1849-1919. BIBLIOTHECA OSLERIANA. A Catalogue of Books Illustrating the History of Medicine and Science Collected, Arranged, and Annotated by Sir William Osler, Bt. and Bequeathed to McGill University
Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1929 Hardcover 
Thick 4to (28 cm); xxxvi, [1], 785, [1] pages, in original blue buckram with gilt lettering on spine. Covers lightly scuffed with cloth splitting at front joint; spine a little faded, paper with light toning. Sir William Osler’s massive volume recording his own library. “It is probably the most complete, well-annotated bibliography in the history of medicine,” Garrison Morton 6772. #203 
Price: 350.00 USD
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555 OVIO, Giuseppe. 1863-1957. STORIA DELL’OCULISTICA
Cuneo: Tipografia Ghibaudo, 1952 Hardcover 
2 Volumes. Small, thick 4to’s (24 cm) bound in brown cloth stamped with gold. Vol. 1: 1316, [3], [bl.] pages; Vol. 2: 1020, [3], [bl.] pages. Illustrated with half-tone portraits, text illustrations and diagrams. A history of opthalmology with bibliographies at the rear of each volume. Pages toning, and Volume 1 with a bumped tip on the front cover, otherwise an excellent set of this scare title. Text in Italian. Garrison Morton 6007. #205 
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556 PAAL, Hermann. JOHANN GOTTFRIED RADEMACHER 1772-1850 Atzt in Goch und sein Erfahrungsheillehre. Mit Auszügen nach neueren Gesichtspunkten geistesgeschichtlich, ärztlich und charakterologisch beleuchtet
Jena: Verlag von Gustav Fischer, 1932 Hardcover 
Approx. 22 cm in ¾ green cloth with green boards and with printed paper title label on spine; 96 pages. Illustrated. Faint musty smell, and slight fading at top edge, otherwise a very good copy. Rademacher, an MD who embraced homeopathy, identified the physical organs as the seat of disease and offered remedies selected on their affinity for the organ in which the disease resided. Text in German. [P] #206 
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557 Paine, R. F.  BY THEIR WORKS"
1919  Hardcover  
A Near Fine copy. Brown paper over boards with gilt title. Slightly scuffed spine. Pages uncut. Tipped in photo portrait. A nicely produced little book of the selected writings of the Ohio author and newspaper editor R. F. Paine. Homespun editorials taking in local religion, the Great War, a Story About a Dog and Baseball as Reform. The kind of real life material Frank Capra based his movies upon. ; 12mo; 91 pages  
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558 PANSIER, P. (Editor). COLLECTIO OPHTALMOLOGICA VETERUM AUCTORUM
Paris: Librairie J. B. Bailliere et Fils, 1933 Softcover 
8vo’s (25.5 cm) in publisher’s printed wrappers; pages unopened. Topics include: de Villanova’s “Libellus Tegiminis de Confortatione Visus.,” 1308; “Congregatio sive Liber de Oculis,” 1559; “Memoriale Oculariorum quod compilavit Ali Ben Issa,” comparing Hebraic and Arab texts; “Tractatus de Passionibus Oculorum Qui Vocatur Sisilacera id est Secreta Secretorum...,”1143-1180; ”Tractatus de Egritudinibus Oculorum ex Dictis Sapientium Veterum Compillatis...,” Monachi Montiscassini Constantini’s “Liber de Oculis,” and Galieni’s “Littere ad Corisium de Morbis Oculorum et Eorum Curis,” &c., &c. Covers a little darkened or chipped. Fasc. I with covers nearly detached, Fasc. II, spine split but covers attached and text complete. Seven issues publishing early documents and treatises regarding the eye, some for the first time. Text in Latin. #208 
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559 PANSY (Pen name of Isabella MacDonald Alden) FOUR GIRLS AT CHAUTAUQUA
Boston D Lothrop Company 1876 Hardcover 
12mo. (7 x 4-1/2 inches) in original publisher's cloth binding stamped decoratively in gilt and black on front cover and spine. First title in the"Chautauqua Girls" series. Chautauqua was a popular institution originating in the late 19th century operating as a kind of summer camp/tent meeting with professional circuit speakers and lecturers often including Christian instruction and religious meetings. Front inner hinge cracked preceding the frontispiece. Former owner's dated signature on front paste-down. Spine ends a little rubbed and tips bumped. 
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560 PANUM, P. L. 1820-1885. DET MEDICINSKE STUDIUMS OG EXAMENSVAESENS REFORM
Kjobenhavn: Gydendalske Boghandel, 1868 Hardcover 
8vo (approx. 19.75 x 12.5 cm); [1], [bl.], 120 pages, in marbled boards, old but probably not contemporary binding. Original wrappers bound in, top corner lacking from front wrapper including a portion of the frame rule, but not affecting the text. Considered one of the foremost Danish physicians of his time, Panum, noted for ground-breaking work in epidemiology, was a pioneer in the laboratory study of physiology and pathology and dedicated much of his life to the reform and progress of medical education. Text in Danish. Scarce. #209 
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561 PARACELSUS. 1493-1541. Arthur Edward WAITE, Editor. THE HERMETIC AND ALCHEMICAL WRITINGS OF AUREOLUS PHILIPPUS THEOPHRASTUS BOMBAST OF HOHENHEIM, CALLED PARACELSUS THE GREAT. With a biographical preface, elucidatory notes, a copious hermetic vocabulary, and index.
London: James Elliott and Co., 1894 Hardcover 
2 Volumes. 1st edition. Thick quartos (approx. 28.5 x 22 cm); xvi, 394; viii, 396, [4] pages. In maroon cloth with gilt lettering on spines and gilt sunburst surrounding a pentagram on front c2 Volumes. overs. Top edges gilt, fore-edges uncut, covers with beveled edges. Covers a bit rubbed, small paper number labels on spine and remnants of removed book plate on front paste-downs. Former owner’s stamp on half-title, title and contents pages. Waite (1857-1942), a scholarly mystic, translated the writings of Paracelsus into English. Paracelsus pioneered the use of chemicals and minerals in medicine. This work “consists of (a) The large body of literature, entire and unabridged, attributed to Paracelsus, and treating directly of alchemy, and the transcendental doctrines and physics of the Magnum Opus; (b) The whole Paracelsian literature of the Great Elixir and the Universal Medicine; (c) So much of the Hermetic philosophy and cosmogony of Paracelsus as has been judged necessary to illustrate his alchemical teachings; (d) An exhaustive collection of alchemical references scattered through the chirurgical works of Paracelsus.” [From the Preface.] Osler 529. [A] #210 
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562 PARDOE, Julia THE COURT AND REIGN OF FRANCIS THE FIRST KING OF FRANCE. 3 Volumes
New York Scribner and Welford 1887 Hardcover 
8vo's in original red cloth, decoratively stamped in blind with gilt lettering on spines. Very slight edgewear. With full-page engraved portraits with tissue guards in all volumes. Inscription on half titles with gutter beginning to open in volume 1, but still sound. 
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563 PARE, Ambrose. 1510-1590. [MALGAIGNE, J.-F. 1806-1865]. OEUVRES COMPLÈTES D’AMBROISE PARÉ...ET PRECÉDÉES D’UNE INTRODUCTION SUR L’ORIGINE ET LES PROGRÈS DE LA CHIRURGIE EN OCCIDENT DU SIXIÈME AU SEIZIÈME SIÈCLE, ET SUR LA VIE ET LES-OUVRAGES D’AMBROSE PARÉ, par J.-F. Malgaigne.
Paris: Chez J.-B. Bailliere, 1840 Hardcover 
3 Vols., illustrated with frontis portrait (and one other) and 217 text illustrations of instruments and procedures. Tall 8vo’s (24.5 x 16 cm). Bound as a French Prize Binding in full burgundy calf with gilt frames on covers and gilt lettering and rules on spines; marbled endpapers. Gilt lettering regarding the prize on front cover of Volume 1. Covers a little scuffed and odd discoloration from volume-to-volume. Spine of Vol.1 faded, of Vol. 2 darkened, and entirety of Vol. 3 darkened; with small sticker removed at bases. Occasional light toning to pages. Old stamp of Rouen bookseller on verso of free endpapers and gilt name of former owner at base of spines. Includes a comprehensive introduction to the art of surgery spanning the 6th-16th centuries, a biography and a bibliography of Pare’s works by Joseph-Françoise Malgaigne. Text in French. “The best edition of Paré’s works,” Garrison Morton 59; Osler 660. #211 
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564 PARIS, Paulin LE ROMANCERO FRANÇAIS. HISTOIRE DE QUELQUES ANCIENS TROUVÈRES ET CHOIX DE LEURS CHANSONS CHANSONS...
Paris Techener 1833 Hardcover 
8vo. (8-1/2 x 4-3/4 inches); untrimmed. In 3/4 red calf with marbled boards with gilt decoration and lettering on spine. Covers quite worn with split at top of spine, text block separated at front inner hinge and cracked at rear. Marbled endpapers, front free endpaper lacking, paper label for Library of Congress on front paste-down. Title page with stamps of 1875 Library of Congress and LC Duplicate/Exchanged stamp. Also stamp of other institutional library and the distinctive stamp of François Guizot (1787-1874) an historian, statesman, and prominent figure in French politics prior to the Revolution of 1848. The author, Alexis Paulin Paris (1800-1881) was a scholar of medieval French literature and wrote extensively on the subject. Trouvère refers to the medieval aristocratic poet-composers of French heroic tales in the northern dialects of France from the mid-12th until the 14th centuries. Text in French. 
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565 PARISETUS (Ludovicus). 1503-1570 DE DIVINA IN HOMINEM BENEVOLENTIA, atqu e beneficentia orationes tres ad viros Regienses habitae
Venice Aldi Filii 1552 Hardcover 
16 x 9.5 cm. in old parchment with manuscript inked titles and date on spine. Anchor dolphin device on title page and verso of final leaf. Errata on recto of final leaf. Numbered folios on recto only. Errors in foliation (as is common) with some inconsistencies with the order and numbering of the folios, but text complete. Folio 52 is printed "25"; 100, 103, 102, 101, 104; 156, 156, 158, 157, 160; 227 printed as "129;" 229 as "129." Last folio is "239" [i.e. 478, (3)] pages. Spine darkened, 1" stain on front cover, and old inked notations on front paste-down. First four pages with very small worm loss in margin, and occasional marginal toning and light spotting to a few pages, otherwise a very good copy. Includes orations delivered at Reggio: Oratio Prima, Oratio Secunda, and Oratio Tertia. "Conduct of Life." Preface by the author to Julius III. Text in Latin. Scarce. 
Price: 550.00 USD
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566 PARK, Roswell. 1852-1914. THE EVIL EYE THANATOLOGY AND OTHER ESSAYS
Boston: Richard D. Badger. The Gorham Press, 1912 Hardcover 
8vo; 380 pages, in publisher’s ribbed green cloth with gilt lettering on front cover and spine, and stamped with printer’s figurative logo in blind on rear cover. Dedicated to Sir William Osler, “Ideal Scholar and Friend.” Includes chapters on Serpent-Myths, Iatro-Theurgic Symbolism, The Knights Hospitallar of St Johns, Student Life in the Middle Ages, The Career of the Army Surgeon, the Discovery of Circulation, &c. &c. A little light rubbing otherwise an excellent copy. Osler 3619. [A] #212 
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567 PARRISH, M. L. VICTORIAN LADY NOVELISTS George Eliot. Mrs. Gaskell. The Brontë Sisters. First Editions in the Library at Dormy House, Pine Valley, New Jersey, Described with Notes
London Constable and Company 1933 Hardcover 
A near perfect copy of this limited edition of 150 copies of which this is No. yy. Small 4to. (approx. 10 x 7-1/2 inches) in green cloth stamped in blind and gilt. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Errata slip tipped in. Numerous illustration plates of portraits, facsimiles and half-tones from photos. Typed letter laid in with address of Holly Lodge (the address of George Eliot) addressed to “My dear Chapman” (possibly John Chapman of publishers Chapman and Hall with whom George Eliot has worked in the past?) and typed signature of G. H. Lewes (1817-1878) insisting that Mrs. Lewes is not the author of “Adam Bede.” [The author’s true identity is revealed in 1859.] 
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568 PELLETAN, J. QUESTIONS DU JOUR AUTOUR DE M. PASTEUR. Microbes et Parasites. -- Virus et Vaccins. Ecoles et Facultes La Rage. Causeries Scientifico - Mondaines.
Paris: Librairie Universelle Hardcover 
n.d. (1886?). Preface by Victor Meunier. 12mo (18.3 x 11.5 cm); x, 380 pages in mottled boards backed in textured brown cloth. Anti-Pasteur tract regarding the treatment of rabies, claiming more deaths from rabies following the treatment than occurred before its introduction. Covers a little rubbed at edges and contemporary signature on front free endpaper, otherwise a very good copy. The botanist, Dr. Jules Pelletan (1833-1892), was the publisher of the “Journal de Micrographie.” Text in French. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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569 PENDLETON, Philip E OLEY VALLEY HERITAGE. THE COLONIAL YEARS: 1700-1775
Birdsboro Pennsylvania German Society 1994 Hardcover Signed by Author
Quarto in original cloth and photographic dust wrapper. SIGNED by the author. An in-depth study of the evolving patterns of settlement of the English, German and Swedish into the rich agricultural landscape of Berks County, Pennsylvania as understood through original documents, records, photographs and existing structures. Primary research contributes to the understanding of the development of this region's architectural, religious, economic, governmental and social institutions that came together to form a community. Profusely illustrated from photos, maps and architectural plans. A fine copy of this book that provides a snapshot of the intertwined lives and livelihoods of this prosperous Quaker and Pennsylvania-German community. Because of the beauty and number of the extant residential and agricultural buildings from the early period of America's history, Oley Township was listed as the first National Register Historic District occupying an entire rural municipality. Can be sold unopened in shrinkwrap or inscribed by the author. Please contact the bookseller directly to order if inscription requested. ; Signed by Author 
Price: 50.00 USD
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570 PENNELL, Joseph] A LONDON REVERIE
London Macmillan and Co. 1928 Hardcover 
4to. in original cloth with gilt lettering on front cover and spine. With 56 drawings of statues, public buildings, street scenes, and favorite London landmarks by Joseph Pennell, printed full-page with commentary on each. Arranged with an introductory essay and notes by J. C. Squire. Unpaginated. Frontis of Boadicea, Westminster Bridge. 
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571 Pennsylvania Society of the Colonial Dames of America  FORGES AND FURNACES IN THE PROVINCE OF PENNSYLVANIA
Philadelphia  Society of Colonial Dames of America  1914  Hardcover  
8vo in black library cloth with gilt titles and shelf numbering on spine. With bookplate on front paste-down, and blind stamp at top margin of title page, and contemporary gift inscription on front blank. Small closed tear on one leaf with no loss of text. Numerous illustrations of iron masters houses, iron works, stoves, stove plates, and industrial landscapes of the colonial Pennsylvania countryside. A very good copy.  
Price: 65.00 USD
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572 PERRET, Dr. L. ERREURS SUPERSTITIONS DOCTRINES MÉDICALES
Paris J.-B. Bailliere et Fils, 1879 Softcover 
8vo, xii, 351 pages, in original printed wrappers. Covers darkening with a little chipping at edges, but pages clean. Spine darkened and cracked. Pages unopened. Occasional faint toning or spotting, but generally a very good, never-read, copy of this title. Text in French. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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573 PETERS, Hermann, 1847-1920. AUS PHARMAZEUTISCHER VORZEIT IN BILD UND WORT
Berlin Julius Springer, 1891 Hardcover 
2 Vols. 8vo’s (approx. 21 x 14 cm); xiv, 305, [1]; xi, 287 pages in ¾ leather with marbled boards with raised bands and gilt lettering and ornate decoration on spine. All edges red. Marbled endpapers. Title page in red and black. Numerous illustrations throughout. Traces the origins of pharmacy in topics such as alchemy, quackery, metals, chemical preparations, nutrition, &c, &c. Light rubbing at edges, but a nicely-bound, handsome set. Text in German. 
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574 PEZOLD, Joannes Nathaneal, 1739-1813. DE PROGNOSI IN FEBRIBUS ACUTIS
Lipsiae: Apud. Jacobaeeros patrem et filium, 1778 Softcover 
Second edition, revised and enlarged. Small 8vo (20.5 cm); 143, [bl.], [1], [bl.] pages, in old plain paper wrappers, spine lacking. Some doodles on blanks and blanks torn. Text in Latin. 
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575 PHILLIPS, Richard [Editor] ANALYSIS OF A NEW WORK OF TRAVELS, LATELY PUBLISHED IN LONDON. THE STRANGER IN IRELAND; or, a Tour in the Southern and Western Parts of that Country, in the year 1805. By John Carr...
1806 Disbound 
8vo. Disbound. [1], 2- 88, plus two-page index at rear. Extracted from Richard Phillips' "Collection of Modern & Contemporary Voyages & Travels." Illustrated with a nice folding view of Dublin, showing a little light foxing in margins.Contents include observations of the Irish Character, Anecdotes of Individuals, Irish Beggars, the City of Dublin, Church-Militant Fanatics, Irish Breakfast, Dueling, Music, the Military, Irish Women's Legs, Roads and Lodging...whatever drew itself to Mr. Carr's attention. 
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576 PIERACCINI, Gaetano. LA STIRPE DE’MEDICI DE CAFAGGIOLO: Saggio di RIcerche Sulla Transmissione Ereditaria del Caratteri Biologici
Firenze: Vallecchi Editore 1924 Hardcover 
3 Volumes. Limited, numbered First Edition. Large 4to’s (approx. 32 x 22 cm) in brown boards with black lettering. With numerous plates. One of the most exhaustive studies of heredity in a single family ever attempted at that time. Vols. 1 & 2 deal with the various branches and single members of the Medici family; Vol. 3 has chapters devoted to various phases of their heredity. Illustrated with numerous portrait plates, facsimiles, charts, diagrams and genealogical charts, some folding. Also interesting not only for the Medici family discussion, but the additional 12 contemporary Florentine families treated within the context of this great city. Corners bumped and closed tear at base of spine of Vol. 2. Text in Italian. 
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577 PIESSE, Louis. 1803-1880. LA MÉDECINE ET LES MÉDECINES Philosphie, ?doctrines, institutions, critiques, moeurs, et biographies médicales.
Paris: Londres: New-York: J. B. Bailliere et Fils, 1857 Hardcover 
2 Vols. 12 mo’s (17.5 x 11.5 cm) in red marbled boards re-backed in brown leather with leather labels on the spines. Illustrated late-19th century engraved BOOKPLATE “Bibliotheque Lafitte,” designed by Agry, Paris, on front marbled paste-downs. Covers a little scuffed with some abrasion to the marbled papers and a piece missing from front free endpaper of Vol. 2; but books still tight, sound and attractive. Text in French. 
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578 PINKERTON, Allan THE DETECTIVE AND THE SOMNAMBULIST The Murderer and The Fortune Teller
Chicago W. B. Keen, Cooke & Co. 1875 Hardcover 
Illustrated, small 8vo. (7-1/2 x 5 inches) in original ribbed green cloth with pictorial gilt of a watching eye with "We Never Sleep" underneath and lettering and bars in black and gilt on front cover and spine. Covers a little worn and light foxing on interior pages. Signature of early owner on front free yellow endpaper. Publisher's illustrated catalogue of mysteries at rear. Pinkerton (1819-1884) founded the first detective agency of the United States. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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579 Pliny, the Younger SECUNDI EPISTOLAE ET PANEGYRICUS
London Jacobi & Richardi Tonson, & Johannis Watts 1741 Hardcover 
12mo.; [24], 360, [10]p. Title page in red and black with vignette. Text of pp 306 & 307 has been transposed. Index at rear. Engraved frontis scenario by L[ouis] Cheron; engraved by Gerard Van Der Gucht (a pupil of Cheron), as well as engraved head and end pieces and decorated initial caps. In worn old calf, spine and edges chipped, cracked; title label lacking. Marbled endpapers; covers clumsily reglued at inner hinges. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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580 PLOSS, Hermann Heinrich; BARTELS< Max, and BARTELS, Paul. AN HISTORICAL GYNAECOLOGICAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL COMPENDIUM
London William Heinemann 1935 Hardcover 
3 Volumes. 1st of this edition. Small 4to’s (24.5 x 18 cm) in publisher’s blue cloth with gold lettering on front cover and spines. Housed in board slipcases as issued. Edited by Eric John Dingwall. Profusely illustrated with more than 1000 b&w plates, text illustrations, and 7 color plates. Spines a little faded, corners lightly rubbed, and cloth of Vol. 2 puckered with a small nick in the spine, otherwise a very good set. Regarding the German 1885 edition, “A vast amount of data concerning every aspect of woman is collected into these volumes...all treated at length in what has become a standard and authoritative work... An English translation by E. J. Dingwall...has added much to the value of both text and plates,” Garrison Morton 179. [A] 
Price: 175.00 USD
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581 PODESCHI, John B. (Compiler) BOOKS ON THE HORSE AND HORSEMANSHIP RIDING, HUNTING, BREEDING & RACING 1400-1941 SPORT IN ART AND BOOKS. THE PAUL MELLON COLLECTION
The Tate Gallery for the Yale Center for British Art 1981 Hardcover 
Thick quarto in orange cloth and original illustrated dust wrapper. Very slight edgewear to dust wrapper, otherwise a near fine copy. Numerous black & white illustrations and 17 color plates, as listed. Bibliography includes books and periodicals. Index at rear. A very attractive production, and useful for the collector of things equine. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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582 POE, Edgar Allan  THE BELLS AND OTHER POEMS. ILLUSTRATIONS BY EDMUND DULAC
New York and London  Hodder and Stoughton, (n.d.)  Hardcover  
1st NY trade edition. Quarto in original cream buckram with gilt lettering and ornate blind decoration of bells. Spine and edges darkened. Decorative endpapers with bell pattern. Old gift inscription on half-title. Beautifully illustrated by Edmund Dulac with 28 full-color plates with captioned tissue guards [as listed], and ten headpieces printed in black. With many of Poe's best poems including "Annabel Lee," "The Raven," "The Conqueror Worm," and "Tamerlane." A nice copy of this lovely book.  
Price: 325.00 USD
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583 POE, Edgar Allan THE LITERARY EMPORIUM; A Compendium of Religious, Literary, and Philosophical Knowledge. [Includes Poe's "The Raven" ]
New York J. K. Wellman 1845 Hardcover 
Volume 1 & 2, 1845, bound together as issued. Approx. 22.5 x 14 cm; 378 pages. In maroon ribbed cloth stamped with decorative blind frames and gilt medallion in the center of the front and back covers. Spine with gilt decoration and lettering. Spine faded with small chip in center and rubbed ends with small split in cloth at front joint. The first two volumes of this publication. Includes Poe's "The Raven" issued in the same year as its original publication, on the last pages (pp376-78). Illustrated with 7 engraved plates and 7 hand-colored botanical lithographs with tissue guards. Covers a bit rubbed and corners "bumped" with light to moderate foxing throughout and dampstain at the top margin of some pages.But still a nice, solid copy of this early printing of Poe's most famous writing. Includes articles on Female Education, Death, Poetry, Fiction, Christian Topics, Travels, the Cultivation of the Mind, &c. &c. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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584 POE, Edgar Allan THE GIFT: A CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S PRESENT. 1843 [Containing the first printing of "The Pit and the Pendulum."]
Philadelphia Carey and Hart 1842 Hardcover 
Approx. 18.5 x 12 cm; viii, 328 pages. Contains the first printing of "The Pit and the Pendulum" by Edgar Allan Poe, page 133. In full tan leather with ornate gilt floral decoration on covers and gilt lettering and decoration on the spine; all edges gilt. Yellow endpapers; old sticker on title page. Illustrated with engraved frontispiece, extra-illustrated title page and 7 plates, one of which is detached and laid in. An early Victorian gift book featuring American authors (many women) and American artists. Covers rubbed, but gilt bright and joints and hinges strong; foxed throughout as is common with this title. Rather scarce. 
Price: 600.00 USD
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585 POLLOCK, Walter H.; GROVE, F. C.; MITCHELL, E. B.; ARMSTRONG, Walter THE BADMINTON LIBRARY OF SPORTS AND PASTIMES. FENCING, BOXING AND WRESTLING
London Longmans, Green & Co 1893 Hardcover 
Third edition. Original brown pictorial cloth. Illustrated with photo-frontis and 40 plates (most with tissue guards) , those plates depicting fencing are photographs. Occasional light foxing throughout. A little rubbed at head and heel of spine with contemporary owner's signature on half-title, otherwise a very good copy. Includes a complete bibliography of the art of fencing by Egerton Castle. ; 8vo 
Price: 75.00 USD
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586 POPE, Alexander THE POETICAL WORKS OF ALEXANDER POPE, ESQ. Including His Translation of Homer. Complete in One Volume. To Which is Prefixed The Life of the Author by Dr. [Samuel] Johnson. New Edition
Philadelphia Porter & Coates N.D. Hardcover 
[1883]. Small 4to. (9-1/4 x 6-1/2 inches); 484 pages, in ornate publisher's binding of full turkey morocco, stamped in blind and gilt. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Former owner's dated signature on front blank. Illustrated including and engraved frontis portrait of Pope with tissue guard. Printed in double columns.Lightly rubbed at tips and spine ends otherwise a very nice, tight, attractive copy. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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587 PORTER, Katherine Anne SHIP OF FOOLS
Boston Toronto Little, Brown and Company 1962 Hardcover 
1st edition. An excellent copy in yellow cloth with burgundy lettering on spine; in original unclipped dustwrapper. A little light rubbing to edges of dustwrapper, otherwise a near fine copy. The subject of the film of the same name starring an all star cast including Vivian Leigh, Simone Signoret, Oskar Werner. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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588 POWER, D'Arcy, 1855-1941. EPOCH-MAKING BOOKS IN BRITISH SURGERY. The Surgeons Mate by John Woodall
Bristol: John Wright and Sons; London: SImpkin Marshall, 1928 Softcover 
Reprinted from The British Journal of Surgery, Vol. XVI, No. 61, 1928. Bristol: John Wright and Sons. London: Simpkin Marshall, 1928. Small 4to in printed mustard wrappers. 5 pages, with illustration plate from the original volume of the illustrated title page with portraits of the illustrious in the discipline. Covers a little darkened. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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589 POWER, D'Arcy. EPOCH-MAKING BOOKS IN BRITISH SURGERY. The Whole Course of Chirurgerie Compiled by Peter Lowe, Scotchman. Reprinted from The British Journal of Surgery, Vol. XV, No. 60, 1928. Bristol: John Wright and Sons.
London: Simpkin Marshall, 1828 Softcover 
Small 4to in printed mustard wrappers; 5 pages with illustration plate of Peter Lowe’s Tomb from a photo. Covers a bit dulled, and large chip pulled from first page, but not affecting the text. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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590 PRINGLE, Giovanni. 1707-1782. OSSERVAZIONI SOPRA LE MALATTIE DI ARMATA IN CAMPAGNA, E IN GUARNIGIONE, CON UN’ APPENDICE D’ESPERIENZE COMUNICATE ALLA SOCIETÀ REALE DI LONDRA...
Venezia: Nella Stamperia Remondini, 1762 Hardcover 
Small 4to (26 cm); xx, 191, [1] pages, in limp boards, backed with old mottled paper (perhaps as issued?). Old number and darkened hand-lettered title label on spine. Covers stained, spine moderately chipped with a few old inked numeric notations on rear. Forni bookplate on front paste-down. Translated from the 1753 London edition with the addition of a treatise by Gerardo Van-Swieten, a pupil of Boerhaave, on the diseases of the army and their cures. Old manuscript note fragments in Italian laid in, including a seeming list of medical titles and prices, and a letter dated 1773. At rear, “Appendice in cui si Contengono Esperienze Intorno alle sostanze Septiche, ed Antiseptiche, con Riflessioni riguardanti l’uso di esse nella teria medica;...;” “Composizioni de‘ medicamenti seondo l’intendimento dell‘ Autore;...” and with separate title page (but consecutive pagination), “Breve Descrizione delle Malattie che regnano piu comunemente Nele Armate, e del Methodo di trattarle del Signor Van-Swieten.” Venezia: Nella Stamperia Remondini, 1762. Title-page vignette, and old inked name on title page. Decorated with nice initial caps and head- and tail-pieces. Some pages with light stain in gutter and a little light spotting throughout, but overall a clean and sound copy of this work. Text in Italian. Pringle, considered the founder of modern military medicine,...”lays down the principles of military sanitation and the ventilation of barracks, goals, hospital ships, etc. He did much to improve the lot of soldiers,” Garrison Morton 2150, (on the London, 1752 edition). 
Price: 450.00 USD
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591 PRUNELLE, M. [Clement F. V. G.] DE L’INFLUENCE EXERCÉE PAR LA MÉDECINE SUR LA RENAISSANCE DE LETTRES. DISCOURS PRONONCÉ DAN LA SALLE DES ACTES DE LA FACULTÉ DE MÉDECINE DE MONTPELLIER, LE 20 NOVEMBRE 1809, JOUR DE L’INAUGURATION DU BUSTE DE S. M. I. ET R.
Montpellier Chez Jean Martel 1809 Hardcover 
Small 4to (27 cm); 110, [1] pages in old red boards backed with calf and lettered with gilt on spine. Spine rubbed and cracked at head, tips bumped and vertical crease along fore-edge of cover. Pages with moisture stain in top right corner, not affecting text. Montpellier bookseller’s ticket on front paste-down. Text in French. “Prunelle was librarian at Montpellier and Professor of legal medicine and of the history of medicine. In 1815 for political reasons he was dismissed and settled in Lyons where his career met with great success. This ‘Discours’ is of value for the many references to the literature of the history of medicine and for the sketch of the evolution of medicine through the Middle Ages and Renaissance,” Osler 6382. 
Price: 225.00 USD
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592 Putnum, Mrs. William Lowell ODOURS OF HYACINTHS
Printed By William Edwin Rudge: 1930 First Edition Hardcover 
1/500 copies. 6 1/4" x 8 3/4" Original orange boards backed in blue cloth; spine faded and edges rubbed. ; 1/500 copies. 6 1/4" x 8 3/4" Original orange boards backed in blue cloth; spine faded and edges rubbed. Nicely printed, limited edition of domestic poetry. ; Sm8vo; 41 pages 
Price: 20.00 USD
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593 QUINCY, John. PHARMACOPOEIA OFFICINALIS EXTEMPORANEA. Or, a Complete English Dispensatory, in Four Parts..... The Tenth Edition, much enlarged and corrected.
London Printed for Thomas Longman, 1736 Hardcover 
Small 8vo in old full speckled leather with spine and edges reinforced with old tape; xvi, 700 pages, plus lx-page index at rear. Inner hinges also with old tape keeping covers precariously attached. Former owner’s stamp and penned address on front pastedown. Pages toning. A few small holes from insects in front matter. A comprehensive 18th century pharmasutical reference in rather poor (but complete) condition. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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594 RACINE, J OEUVRES [WORKS]
Paris Compagnie Des Libraires 1779 Hardcover 
3 Volumes. 24mo's in full old calf with gilt decorated spines and leather title labels. Spines and edges rubbed, Volume 1 lacking volume number. All edges marbled. Hinges cracked and tender, but bindings still sound. Marbled endpapers. Illustrated title pages and engraved chapter heads. De L' Imprimerie de Didot L'Aine. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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595 RAMSDEN, J. THE BRONTË HOMELAND: OR MISREPRESENTATIONS RECTIFIED
Westminster The Roxburghe Press 1897 Hardcover 
Small 8vo. (7-5/8 x 5 inches) in dark red cloth stamped in gilt. Pages uncut. Illustrated with plates from photos. Roxburghe Press bookplate inserted at rear preceding two pages of publisher’s ads. Small stain on back cover, tips a little worn, faint, occasional spotting to front and back matter, otherwise a vg copy. Written as a rebuttal to Dr. William Wright’s work ‘The Brontës in Ireland.’ 
Price: 75.00 USD
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596 RAWLINGS, Marjorie Kinnan CROSS CREEK
New York Charles Scribner's Sons 1942 Hardcover 
1st edition, 2nd printing with Scribner's "A" but no colophon. No price on dw. 8vo. in green cloth stamped with silver in original illustrated dust wrapper. Illustrated endpapers. Illustrations by Edward Shenton. A very good copy in an edge-chipped, spine-darkened dust wrapper, now housed in protective mylar. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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597 RAY, John Howson (Editor). HANDBOOK AND GUIDE TO MANCHESTER: BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 10TH ANNUAL MEETING, 1902
Manchester F. Ireland, 1902 Hardcover 
8vo (20.5 cm) in publisher’s illustrated blue cloth. 202 pages with 24 full-page advertisements at rear including Electro-medical Apparatus, Pharmaceutical Products, Temperance Male Nurses, Germ Filter, Hydro-therapy, and Tabloid Chests and Cases for Doctors. A comprehensive introduction for the medicos to the history, climate, politics, libraries, commercial, medical education, utilities, medical charities, urban planning and amusements of the City of Manchester, England in 1902. Profusely illustrated from photos and with maps, some folding and some in color. Folding map of the city of Manchester with 4-inch closed tear and crimped edge. Covers soiled with darkened spine and rubbed tips. A good snapshot of the city at the turn-of-the-century with a medical perspective. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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598 REDI, Francesco, (1626-1697) BACCO IN TOSCANA. DITIRAMBO. Colle Annotazioni Accresciute.
Firenze [Florence] Per Piero Matini 1691 Hardcover 
3rd edition, improved. Small 4to (23 cm); (8), 46; (2), 251, [bl.] pages in contemporary vellum, spine decorated in gilt with leather title label on spine. Yapped fore-edges; teg. Marbled endpapers with residue of removed label on front pastedown. Title page in red and black with printer’s vignette; contemporary inked name. Faint, old inked oval stamp in margin of title page and first page of text. With decorative head- and tail-pieces, and ornamental initial caps. Redi used the form of Ditirambo (dithyramb), a poetic meter of the ancient Greeks in the form of a song, here a paean praising the benefits of wine, particularly Tuscan wine. The poem is 46 pages, followed by additional annotations including other beverages and chocolate. Spine split at top and bottom on front joint, and covers a little soiled and bowed, but still an attractive copy. Redi was a leading physician in Italy known for discrediting the theory of spontaneous generation and for his work in the field of parasitology. Text in Italian. “One of the most famous panegyrics on wine ever written...The notes are full of learned information on wines of all kinds, and on other drinks such as chocolate, tea and coffee, which latter Redi particularly hated,” Simon. Bibliotheca Gastronomica, 1268; Osler 5384 (for the 1st, 1685 edition). 
Price: 850.00 USD
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599 REED, John F CAMPAIGN TO VALLEY FORGE JULY 1, 1777-DECEMBER 19, 1777
Philadelphia University of Pennsylvania Press 1965 Hardcover VG-, dust jacket only Signed by Author
1st edition. 8vo. in original tan cloth in original illustrated dustwrapper; 448 pp. INSCRIBED & SIGNED by the author on the title page. Owner's names on front free endpaper and title page. Illustrated with maps, photos, facsimiles, &c. Includes Notes, Bibliography, and Index at rear. A very good copy in a lightly edge-worn dust wrapper. ; Signed by Author 
Price: 45.00 USD
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600 Reese, Lizette Woodworth A WAYSIDE LUTE
Portland, Maine Thomas B. Mosher 1909 Hardcover Signed by Author
SIGNED by author on front free endpaper. Limited edition of 450 copies. In original decorative boards backed in ivory paper with printed paper title on spine. In original slipcase with paper title label on spine. Small hole at edge of spine, otherwise a very nice copy. Reese, (1856-1935) was a Baltimore poet who influenced both Emily Dickinson and H. L. Mencken. ; Signed by Author 
Price: 65.00 USD
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